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Jennie McGrath
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« Reply #420 on: February 03, 2008, 11:16:00 pm »

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  posted 07-01-2006 03:49 PM                       
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THE BENEDICTINES

Language Inventors Supreme.

EARLY HISTORY OF THE BENEDICTINES

Gnathberla: Under the protection of the religious order
we assemble perfectly adapted words (Auraicept 1053)

When St. Benedict of Nursia was asked by Pope Felix IV (526-530) to establish an order of highly motivated and well educated monks to evangelize Western Europe, this involved the introduction into these lands of a new culture, a foreign religion and many new languages. It was a very tall order, because each group of monks was instructed to:
1) locate a site and build a monastery which was to be the center of the evangelization effort,
2) build, equip and staff a scriptorium with a library where the new regional language was to be developed,
3) do Christian outreach work to overcome local prejudices and then
4) introduce the newly invented language to the population.
This extraordinary assignment was the Church's response to a serious challenge.

A CHURCH UNDER SIEGE

The task assigned to Benedict was to train monks to go out into western Europe and create a Roman Catholic Christian presence in areas where many Gnostic Christian missionaries from Ireland had long been active. After the Benedictine monks had established themselves in secure monasteries they were to do everything within their power to destroy not only the deep-rooted belief in the very ancient Ashera religion with its supreme Goddess, but also to re-evangelize the areas where Gnostic evangelists from Ireland had spread their own Gospels, most of them very different from those in the New Testament. (See "The Gnostic Gospels" by Elaine Pagels, Vintage Books 1989).

http://www.islandnet.com/~nyland/benedict.htm

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