Council of London (1102)


Council of London (1102)

The Council of London in 1102 was a Roman Catholic church council of the church in England convened by Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, to debate and pass decrees to reform the clergy.[1] The council made several decisions, including confirming homosexuality as a sin in the English and wider church,[2] and for condemning the slave trade that was occurring at the time.[3] Those present included John of Tours and Roger, the latter being elected to the see of Hereford by the council.

Footnotes

  1. ^ Smith "John of Tours" Downside Review p. 140
  2. ^ (Boswell, 1981) p.215 states "The Council of London of 1102 ... insisted that in future sodomy be confessed as a sin."
  3. ^ Pijper, Frederik (1909). "The Christian Church and Slavery in the Middle Ages". The American Historical Review (American Historical Association) 14 (4): 681. JSTOR 1837055. 

References

  • Smith, R. A. L., 'John of Tours, Bishop of Bath 1088-1122', in Downside Review vol. 70 (1942) pp. 132–141
  • Boswell, John (1981). Christianity, Social Tolerance, and Homosexuality. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. ISBN 0226067114 



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