Manichaeism During The Middle Ages

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Manichaeism is an ancient religious movement and was named after the Prophet Mani who was believed that he received his revelation from a spirit called the Twin, which allegedly taught him divine truths. The Manichean Church from the beginning was dedicated to vigorous missionary activity in an attempt to convert the world. It was almost entirely disappeared from the Western Europe by the end of the 5th century when both the Christian Church and the Roman state vigorously attacked it. Because of its rapid widespread all over the world, it played a role during the Medieval Ages. The major Manichaeism’s characteristic was its dualism. This was one of the causes of debates during the Medieval Ages that from which questions were raised. The Manichean
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