Comparison Of Augustine And Pope Innocent III

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The Medieval worldview was quite different than other societies near that era; in the regard of a complete rejection and almost persecution of the humanism principle. Two men played key roles in the development and history of that time; they went by the names Augustine and Pope innocent III. The two of them shared a few common ideas and/or themes of human nature that truly reflects the Medieval worldview of how humans are inherently bad, unjust and must seek atonement for sinful behavior. Augustine’s interpretations are equal to Pope Innocents’ but less vicious in delivery by implicating the need for holy grounds and churches for the filth and sinful nature of men. From Augustine’s standpoint all human life will naturally live in unavoidable

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