Eckhart, Meister

Eckhart, Meister, a German philosopher and divine, profoundly speculative and mystical; entered the Dominican Order, and rapidly attained to a high position in the Church; arraigned for heresy in 1325, and was acquitted, but two years after his death his writings were condemned as heretical by a papal bull; died in 1327.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Eckermann, Johann Peter * Eckmühl
Ecclesiastes
Ecclesiastical Polity, the Law of
Ecclesiastical States
Ecclesiasticus
Ecclesiology
Ecgberht
Echidna
Echo
Eck, John
Eckermann, Johann Peter
Eckhart, Meister
Eckmühl
Eclectics
Ecliptic
Economy
Ecorcheurs
Ecstatic Doctor
Ecuador
Ecumenical Council
Eczema
Edda