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Crusade propaganda and ideology

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Crusade propaganda and ideology

  1. 1. Crusade Propaganda and Ideology Model Sermons for the Preaching of the Cross
  2. 2. JAMES OF VITRY EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX •Born 1160-70 •1200-10 Master at University of Paris •1229 Cardinal Bishop of Tusculum •1240 Died •Born 1180-90 •1229 Master at University of Paris •1244 Cardinal Bishop of Tusculum •173 Died
  3. 3. JAMES OF VITRY Sermon 1 The sermon is about that who are or will become crusaders.  “The offering and liberation are cut off from the tample of the Lord and in it the name of Mohammed is invoked continuously.”  “The faithful city has been made a whore; once the city of perfect beauty, the joy of the whole world; justice used to dwell in her, but now murderers; ....”  “The time has not yet come to build the house of the Lord! Is this time for you to lies in ruins? My house lies in ruins and each of you busy with his own house.”
  4. 4. JAMES OF VITRY Sermon 2 The sermon is about that who are or will become crusaders.  “...the Lord orders us to raise the sign of the cross as the banner of the highest king in the Zion, that is in the church of God, by preaching the virtue of the cross, singing the praises of the cross with the voice of the herald and inviting the people o take the cross....”  “...Just as the tiger runs after the huanter in a wild chase and follows his cub with such affection that it throws itself onto the hunter’s spear, so Christ threw himself onto the spear of death to snatch us from the hunter’s, that devil’s hand.”  “...You must note carefully that, although God could liberate his land by himself with one word, he wants to honour his servants and wants to have companions in its liberation, giving you chance to save your souls
  5. 5. EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX Sermon 1 Theme is life of St. Paul and his suffering and interpretation of initial Bible passages.  “Noone can serves two musters: he will eiher hate the one and love the other or he will support and despite the other.”  “Do you know that love for this world is hatred of God.”  “Anyone who choose the world is enemy of God.”  “If we wanted, God could give us his blessing and a plenary remission of sins in our own country, but also wants you to leave your country in order to librate you from the fire of demons, desire, indulging and envy.
  6. 6. EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX Sermon 2-3 The sermons are about the invitation to the cross.  “Cross of Christ is the sword with which Chirist fought aganist the devil.”  “Take the holy sword, the gift of Christ, becouse it is a graet present of god. İt is given to you not only to believe in him but also to suffer for him.  “My dearest people, throw off your sins, you take the cross or intend take it. The lord will grand you victory over the enemies of the Cristian people.”  “Today the Mongols intend and strive hard to destroy the Cristians and to subject them to intolarable sevitude, but since the lord wants to free his people from the hands of Mongols, he holds out the golden sword to Judah so that he may defeat the opponents of his people.
  7. 7. EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX Sermon 4 The sermon about the invitation to take the cross.  “Was not the water sweetened by the wood? In these words you are succinctly shown why you should take the cross: by the taking of the cross all the bitterness of the heart is sweetened by the wood of the cross.”  “I found women more bitter than death; Solomon.”  “Hurry to take it climb the palm tree with the spouse and hold onto its fruit, the remission of sins and eternal life, which our Lord Jesus Christ has designed to make for us, who lives for ever and ever. “
  8. 8. Ideology of Sermons  First aim of preaching of the cross was to lead people away from their sins. Potential Crusaders are as sinner crusade turned their sins away.  The idea is divideing socity into two the virtuous who supported the crusade and non virtuous who did not.  All two author built up an image of crusders superior people.  The basic ideas and frameworks of crusade: 1. the crusedes were wars authorised and supported by god which could be understood as contemprory version of old tastemant. 2. participating in the crusades was a form of religious devotation. 3. becoming crusade was a form of conversion to a more thoroughly cristian life. 4. the most efficienty way of consequence of sins.
  9. 9. Structure of Sermons  Open model is easy adaptation for all situation, theme is interpretation of Bible’s passages.(EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX)  Extended model /Virtue of the cross: these are clearly meant to give the user of the model a choose of different referances to biblical outline and narrations.(JAMES OF VITRY)  Examplia  Narraions  Metaphor  Similitudius  Comparison
  10. 10. Structure of Sermons  Open model is easy adaptation for all situation, theme is interpretation of Bible’s passages.(EUDES OF CHATEAUROUX)  Extended model /Virtue of the cross: these are clearly meant to give the user of the model a choose of different referances to biblical outline and narrations.(JAMES OF VITRY)  Examplia  Narraions  Metaphor  Similitudius  Comparison

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