Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages

Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
Bundle of 3 - Middle Ages - Key Scholars of the Middle Ages
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This is a bundle of 3 highly animated, power point presentations on the Middle Ages – Key Scholars - Saint Anselm, Dante & Chaucer. The total number of slides is 56. Each power point presentation is highly editable, so you can change them or reorder the slides to fit your individual needs.

The Three Scholars include:
Saint Anselm: Archbishop of Canterbury, was one of the most important Christian thinkers of the 11th century.
St. Thomas Aquinas: Philosopher & Theologian, was ranked among the most influential thinkers of medieval Scholasticism.
Roger Bacon: Philosopher & Scientist, was thought of as a forerunner of modern science.

Power point presentation #1 is entitled, The Middle Ages - Key Figures – Anselm and contains 19 slides.

Saint Anselm of Canterbury was an Italian medieval philosopher, theologian, and church official who held the office of Archbishop of Canterbury from 1093 to 1109. He was one of the most important Christian thinkers of the 11th century.

Called the founder of scholasticism, he is famous as the originator of the ontological argument for the existence of God and as the archbishop who openly opposed the Crusades. As Archbishop of Canterbury he opposed King William II and King Henry I and fought for the elimination of Investiture.

Introduction
Background
Early Years
Years at Bec
Monastery Grows
Consecrated to Office
Archbishop of Canterbury
Conflict with King William II
Partial Reconciliation
Conflict with King William Again
William Bars Return
Conflicts & King Henry I
Henry & Investiture
Reconciliation
Investiture Settled
Final Days
End of Presentation

Power point presentation #2 is entitled, The Middle Ages - Key Figures - St. Thomas Aquinas and contains 23 slides.

Philosopher and theologian St. Thomas Aquinas was born circa 1225 in Roccasecca, Italy. Combining the theological principles of faith with the philosophical principles of reason, he ranked among the most influential thinkers of medieval Scholasticism.

An authority of the Roman Catholic Church and a prolific writer, Aquinas died on March 7, 1274, at the Cistercian monastery of Fossanova, near Terracina, Latium, Papal States, Italy.Shortly after his death, St. Thomas Aquinas's theological and philosophical writings rose to great public acclaim and reinforced a strong following among the Dominicans.

Universities, seminaries and colleges came to replace Lombard's Four Books of Sentences with Summa Theologica as the leading theology textbook. The influence of St. Thomas Aquinas's writing has been so great, in fact, that an estimated 6,000 commentaries on his work exist to date.

Introduction
Early Life
Life at the Monastery
Education
Family Kidnapping
Dominicans
Brilliant Thesis
Theology & Philosophy
“Double Truth”
“Existence of God”
“Behavior Towards God”
“Three Types of Laws”
Treatises For All
Major Works (2)
Commentaries
End of the Journey
Later Life
Death
Impact of Writings
End of Presentation

Power point presentation #3 is entitled, The Middle Ages - Key Figures - Roger Bacon and contains 14 slides.

The medieval English philosopher Roger Bacon insisted on the importance of a so-called science of experience. In this respect he is often thought of as a forerunner of modern science. Little is known for certain about the details of Bacon's life or about the chronology of and inspiration for his major works.

Early on Bacon had the idea for a universal, or general, science that would promote the spread of Christianity, prolong life, aid health, and unite theology (the study of God and His ways) and the science of experience.

Bacon had other reasons for urging Christians to take up a science of experience. At the time there were many who believed that a struggle with the antichrist (or great evildoer whose arrival on Earth was predicted in the Bible) was near at hand. Bacon saw a science of experience as a Christian weapon for the fight.

Introduction
Early Life
Lecturer & Writer
Important Life Events
A Universal Science
Franciscans
Confinement
His Works
Communium Naturalium
Book on the Study of Philosophy
Ahead of His Time
End of Presentation

This is one of many bundled power point presentations I offer in my store on ….the Middle Ages.
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