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A large Church reformation and the noblest period of monasticism occurred in his day, and received deep marks of his genius.
The genius of monasticism, ancient and modern, is the propitiation of the Divinity who seeks to punish rather than to forgive.
The church is wedded to monasticism; one supports the other, and both make a unity exceedingly efficient in the Middle Ages.
Moreover, monasticism encouraged whatever it thought would make the soul triumphant over the body, almost independent of it.Beacon Lights of History, Volume VII|John Lord
Not even miracles can authenticate a religion which preaches monasticism and celibacy.A History of Mediaeval Jewish Philosophy|Isaac Husik