Summary

Professor Thomas F. Madden is a widely published author and the director of the Center for Medieval and Renaissance Studies at Saint Louis University. In The Lost Warriors of God, Madden examines one of the most fascinating organizations in world history: the Knights Templar, whose members gave up home, family, and worldly possessions to defend the Holy Land and the Christian pilgrims who journeyed there.
©2013 Thomas F. Madden (P)2013 Crescite Group, LLC
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By LH on 18-05-15

Amazing and TRUE! No more conspiracy theories.

The Templars are often shrouded in myths and legends. It is nice to get a factual and historical look at what the Templars really were.

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5 out of 5 stars
By John C Erwin on 17-02-16

Great survey!

Interesting as usual. This is a good follow up to topics mentioned in "Heaven or Heresy" and The New Concise History of the Crusades. And, I like the back ground info provided regarding recent overrated novels and movies tied to Templar History. I'm not surprised. Worth the listen.

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