History of Religion

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I have two questions for you and for both of these it would help to know something about the Roman Catholic Church in the past. Anyway, firstly, did dioceasan bishops always have to reside within the confines of their dioceases? Also, who was the first to propose that the Bible should be interpreted literally?

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