Catholicism's reign over Europe during the dark ages set civilization back hundreds of years

April 2, 2014, 4:17 pm

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It wasn't Catholicism that was holding back Civilization. It was Feudalism. Representative of communism a Lord ruled over his Serfs who worked for the benefit of the commune. Another huge factor was the lack of personal hygiene in medieval society and was probably the reason for the rampant outbreak of the "Black Death"

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