Kill them all and let god sort them out

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kill them all and let god sort them out

Arnaud Amaury (Latin: Arnoldus Amalricus; died ) was a Roman Catholic Cistercian abbot who played a prominent role in the Albigensian Crusade. Prior to the massacre of Beziers, it was reported that Amalric, when asked how to distinguish Cathars from Catholics, responded, "Kill them all! God will know his own. is the origin of the modern phrase, "Kill them all and let God.

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The Albigensian Crusades were a series of campaigns waged in France between and to stamp out what is known as the Cathar Heresy. The Cathars were a Gnostic group or sub-faith within the church that rejected some of the orthodox Roman Catholic views of faith in favor of their own views. Like other Gnostics the Cathars believed that there was a distinction between spirit and matter and that matter was inherently evil and thus sinful. They led a different lifestyle than orthodox catholics and rejected much of the materialism in society around them. It was probably this rejection of materialism as much as their beliefs that led to their branding as heretics. The Cathars attempted to hold themselves aloof from society and avoid being soiled by material things.

The famous quotations and phrases linked to each day of the year. Originally called Albigensians, they came to be more widely known as the Cathars. Cathars were Christians. But they rejected the authority of the Pope and other key aspects of Catholicism, so they were deemed heretics by the Catholic Church. Catholics and Cathars had lived there together for many years in relative harmony.

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Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius. A direct translation of the Latin phrase would be " Kill them.
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God will know his own. He was abbot of Poblet in Catalonia from to , then of Grandselve from to Failing in this, he distinguished himself by the zeal with which he incited men by his preaching to the crusade against them. Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius Kill them.

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  1. Saddbenedding says:

    "Caedite eos. Novit enim Dominus qui sunt eius." was allegedly spoken by Papal legate and Cistercian abbot Arnaud Amalric prior to the massacre at Beziers, the first major military action of the Albigensian Crusade. A direct translation of the Latin phrase would be "Kill them. have given rise to variants such as "Kill them all; let God sort them out.

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