I have a little job to do on our cabin out in the woods (putting plywood skirting around the bottom). So I went to buy some plywood, paint, etc. at Lowe's tonight. I feared the worst -- what with all the hurricanes, I figured plywood would be $40 a sheet. But no -- $15, as per usual. And plenty available. We must have this distribution thing figured out or something. Wow.
With this outline for the last three sessions, my history notes should be complete. I may have to do some more thinking, however, since these notes seem skimpier than my earlier outlines.
I wanted to end this nine-week session with the Schism of 1054, which I believe really separates one era of the Church from another; however, I ran out of material, so I guess I'll go ahead and go up through the First Crusade. These notes will thus end w/1099.
I haven't put Anselm or Abelard in here anywhere, since they both died in the 1100s -- maybe I should put Anselm here. Anyway, if people like this whole series, I might do the Second Millennium of the Church next Spring.
Your comments on this last period would be greatly appreciated. What am I missing?( Collapse ) Edited, expanded 10/27/05