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📙 Saint Vincent Ferrer, His World and Life: Religion and Society in Late Medieval Europe by Philip Daileader (auth.) — epub download


Born amidst the Black Death, Saint Vincent Ferrer is deemed one of the most famous preachers of medieval Europe. A constant traveler, Ferrer traversed Europe, preaching of the apocalypse's imminence, converting Jews and Muslims to Christianity, and working for moral reform. This study reassesses Ferrer's motives, controversial methods, and impact.



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