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Authors: Diego Beltrutti 
Book Description:
The structure of this book allows you to learn in a simple and understandable way, at least that is the intention of the author, the central content and the fundamentals of the original message of the Templar Knighthood, beyond the fictional, folk, bizarre, false, and misleading aspects.

The analysis of the profound and original motivations that underlie the movement of the Knights of the Temple, as well as the historical and social context, are essential elements not only for understanding the spirit of knighthood but also for recognizing the reasons for the rapid spread of this organization and its role in the military, economic, and spiritual history of medieval Europe.

The book is a commentary and analysis to the treatise “Liber ad Milites Templi de Laude Novae Militiae” that St. Bernard de Clairvaux wrote in Latin nine centuries ago and dedicated to the Knights of the Temple. For this commentary the author has used the catechetical formula just to underline the attempt to make the book easy to understand for the reader.

This book is even more interesting since the author, in addition to clearly explain who they were and how they lived the Knights of the Temple, belongs to the Venerabilis Ordo Sancti Sepulchri, still operating till today. (Imprint: Nova)

Table of Contents:
Foreword

Preface

Introduction

Aknowledgments

Liber ad Milites Templi de Laude Novae Militiae: St. Bernard of Clairvaux

The Book of the Knights of the Temple in Praise of the New Militia

Prologue

Chapter 1 - A Sermon of Exhortation to the Knights of the Temple

Chapter 2 - On Secular Knighthood

Chapter 3 - On the New Knighthood

Chapter 4 - On the Lifestyle of the Knights of the Temple

Chapter 5 - The Temple of Jerusalem

Analyses and Comments of the Text

Short Notes on Hugues de Payns

Short Notes on Bernard de Clairvaux

Biblical Quotations and Documents of the Catholic Church

List of Illustrations

Analytical Index

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      Religion and Spirituality
   Binding: ebook
   Pub. Date: 2013
   Pages: 6x9 - (NBC-C)
   ISBN: 978-1-62618-989-8
   Status: AV
  
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