The Albigensians’ beliefs, the 13th century mendicant orders, and the Magna Carta

The Albigensians were a medieval group of people who had many beliefs similar to those of the previous Manicheans. They believed that there were two gods or spirits in the universe, one who was good and one who was evil. They believed that the good god created the spiritual world and the evil god created … Continue reading The Albigensians’ beliefs, the 13th century mendicant orders, and the Magna Carta

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