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The 15th century can be considered as a interval of transition from the beliefs of the center a long time to these of contemporary instances. the realm used to be speedy turning into extra secular in its developments, and, as an important consequence, theories and ideas that had met until then with virtually common recognition in literature, in paintings, in schooling, and in executive, have been challenged by way of many as untenable. It used to be, for that reason, an age of unrest and of serious highbrow task, and in any respect such occasions the claims of the Church because the dad or mum and expounder of Divine Revelation are bound to be wondered. no longer that the Church has have to worry inquiry, or that the claims of religion and cause are incompatible, yet simply because a few bold spirits are constantly to be reckoned with, who, by way of mistaking hypotheses for proof, reach convincing themselves and their fans that these in authority are unprogressive, and as such, to be despised.

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