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By Hugh Eteriano; Janet Hamilton; Sarah Hamilton; Bernard Hamilton

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96 In both passages, although he compares the Patarenes to Manichees, Hugh does not say that they are Manichees. He expresses his own opinion of the Patarenes in very general terms. 98 In this passage Hugh seems to be echoing St. Paul’s warning to Timothy: ‘Now the Spirit expressly says that in later 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 See See See See See See See See below, below, below, below, below, below, below, below, pp. 155, pp. 155, p. 195. pp. 176, pp. 164, pp. 173, pp. 163, pp. 157, 177. 177. 192.

XVII, ed. M. Pinder and T. Buttner-Wöbst, 3 vols. (Bonn, 1841–97), III, pp. 521–2. 155 Euthymius of the Periblepton, Epistola Invectiva, ed. Ficker, Die Phundagiagiten, p. 63. 157 B. The Bogomils A new form of Christian dualism developed in tenth-century Bulgaria,which came to be known as Bogomilism. The fullest account of its origins is that written by Cosmas the Priest. 158 Cosmas was an Orthodox priest in the Bulgarian Church and wrote in Old Slavonic. He reports: This, then, is what happened in the land of Bulgaria.

A. , The ‘Summa contra Haereticos’ ascribed to Praepositinus of Cremona, Publications in Medieval Studies, 15 (Notre-Dame, 1955), pp. 75–164; R. Manselli, ‘I Passagini’ BISI, 75 (1963), pp. 189–210. 24 bernard hamilton as a rebel by the prefect of Rome in 1155. 106 Except in the matter of rejecting the sacraments of sinful ministers, which was a widely discussed issue at the time even in orthodox circles, there is no overlap in the teaching of the Arnaldistas and that of the Patarenes described by Hugh.

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