English | ASIN: B09TQ67XX4 | 2022 | 2 hours and 34 minutes | MP3 | M4B | 104 MB
This is a combo of three different topics, which are the following: Topic 1, Lourdes: You may have heard of Lourdes, a town in France where millions of people go every year, either as a tourist to take pictures or see what the hype is all about, or real believers who think that the town has a sanctity to it and can somehow cure them, help them, or inspire them through divine means. Whatever the reason for the many visitors is, it is undeniably an interesting historical heritage site, something worth exploring. Topic 2, the Gauls: This is a book about a people that has often been overlooked. Wallowing in the shadow of the seemingly almighty Romans, and dispersed throughout the ages into other peoples, the Gauls appear as if they had nothing going for them. Quite the opposite is true. The Gauls had a distinct culture, with habits, warfare, and so much more to offer to the intrigued historian and everyday researcher. Throughout the Iron Age and the Roman period, the Gauls were a collection of Celtic tribes from Continental Europe (circa from the fifth century BC to the fifth century advertisement).
Topic 3, the Huguenots: An important chapter in history is that in which the Catholic Church was being questioned by the commoners. People were standing up against tyranny and illogical rules. They had had it with hypocrisy and double standards. The abuse in the church wasn't representing the text in the Bible. Too much corruption had crept into the clergy, or so the narrative went about across the entire European continent. The Huguenots were a spiritual group of French Protestants who complied with the Reformed, or Calvinist, Protestant custom. The expression originates from the name of a Swiss politician, Genevan burgomaster Bezanson Hugues (from about 1491 - 1532) and was commonly used in Europe by the 16th century.
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