THE INMACULATE MEDIEVAL THEOLOGICAL CONTROVERSY
Keywords:Theology, Immaculism, Original sin, Middle Ages, St. Augustine
One of the major disputes that have existed in the history of theology, without a dou-bt, it is the relative to the immaculate question. It took centuries and dream dialectical controversies in the classrooms of universities to achieve a clear elucidation of the theme in the theological field. While, on the theological level, the root of the matter comes from St. Augustine’s thoughts about original sin, it will be in the middle ages when the conceptionist theme acquires solemn dyes in his disquisition. This article aims to collect, starting from the Augustinian tenets, the props in which the called “immaculate question” was developed throughout the middle ages, outlining its main protagonists and contributions.
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