|Albigensian Crusade: Cathars and Catharism in the Languedoc|
Catharism in the languedoc , cathar beliefs. cathars and heretics , the high culture of the troubadours and the counts of toulouse. the role of the roman catholic church: innocent iii , crusades (the albigensian crusade) and the annexation of the languedoc
|Bulgarian Bogomil and Apocryphal Ideas in Medieval English Culture|
Bogomil or proto-cathar ideas.
|Cathars (Carthari) regarded as heretics|
An account of catharism from a mainstream christian point of view , from an internet resource for studying the church in the middles ages.
|Cathars and the Kabbalah|
A distinctive forms of medieval kabbalism which had its birth or rather rebirth in the area of the languedoc.
|Cathars of the Languedoc|
Catharism and its relationship to dualism , gnosticism and the languedoc.
|Journey to the Land of Oc|
Offers detailed information and pictures about cathar lands , the albigensian crusade , as well as the cathar faith.
|Montsegur and the Cathar Heresy|
Introductuion to the cathar faith. the significance of events at montsegur during the cathar period , including the names , where known , of the cathars burned alive there. references to primary source material.
Text from the catholic encyclopedia about what the roman catholic church regards as a neo-manichean sect: the cathars who flourished in what is now southern france in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries.
|The Great Mysteries of the Languedoc|
Legends and theories concerning the cathars of the languedoc and their alleged links to rennes-le-chateau , the knights templar , the holy grail , the ark of the covenant , and the da vinci code.
|William Cathcart's Essays. |
A baptist view of gnostics , dualists and others regarded as proto-protestants. as well as cathars (" albigensians" ) , he discusses novatianists , donatists , henricians , petrobrussians and anabaptists.
|Worldwide Assembly of Good Christians|
Revival of the ancient cathar faith and practice.