What were the reasons for massacre of the Arians by the Pauline church.?
Asked by truth exposed, 27 Oct '12 08:34 pm
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At the beginning of the thirteenth century, the Roman Catholic Church was in an almost impossible situation. On one hand the institution was threatened with severe corruption from within its own structure. On the other hand it was faced with redundancy on account of the popularity of the teaching of the Paulicians.Answered by LIPSIKA, 27 Oct '12 08:41 pm
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