Histoire des Vaudois


Books



Alexis Muston - L'Israël des Alpes Tome 1
Alexis Muston - L'Israël des Alpes Tome 2
Alexis Muston - L'Israël des Alpes Tome 3
Alexis Muston - L'Israël des Alpes Tome 4

The Waldensians

James Aitken Wylie - History of the waldenses

William Jones - The history of the christian church Volume 1
William Jones - The history of the christian church Volume 2


The Waldensians, or Vaudois, followers of Peter Waldo of Lyon, provided the next major target. They gave their money to the poor and preached the Christian gospel. Waldo attracted the hatred of the clergy when he commissioned a translation of the Bible into Occitan, the language of what is now southern France. The Waldensians started off as perfectly orthodox Roman Catholics, but after reading the bible their heresies mushroomed. They denied the temporal authority of priests and objected to papal corruption. They rejected numerous accretions, including the Mass, prayers for the dead, indulgences, confessions, penance, church music, the reciting of prayers in Latin, the adoration of saints, the adoration of the sacrament, killing, and the swearing of oaths. They also allowed women to preach. They were excommunicated as heretics in 1184 at the Council of Verona, and persecuted with zeal for centuries.


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