Leo the Great and the Spiritual Rebuilding of a Universal Rome
Leo the Great responded to the crisis of the western empire by replacing secular Rome with a Christian universal Rome that could survive its political demise. His humanitarian theology emphasizing the human nature of Christ made this universal Rome legitimate.
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Introduction to Leo the Great and the Late Roman World That Was His Stage
The Relationship between Rome and the Western Churches
The Idea of Justice and its Bearing upon Law and Mercy
Suffering Compassion and the Care of the Poor
The Humanity of Christ as a Model for Compassion
Overturning the Robber Synod and Preserving Christs Human Nature
The Elaboration of the Roman Primacy
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