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Why Apologize for the Spanish Inquisition?…

Why Apologize for the Spanish Inquisition?

by Very. Rev. Fr. Alphonsus Maria Duran

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0970223501, Paperback)

This booklet will suprise and even shock may readers. This easy reading booklet discloses the amazing discoveries aired on the BBC Documentary about the Spanish Inquisition. It also brings together the shattering conclusions of historians from diverse backgrounds such as the agnostic historian Dr. Leo Moulin, the Catholic author Vittorio Messori, and the Protestant historian William Prescott.

This powerful booklet constitutes a breakthrough approach to the Inquisition; not one of traditional self defenses nor attacks, but rather a focus on the valuable objective historical findings of the Inquisition which the Church instituted in a time of widespread confusion and violence.

A must for anyone seeking historical truth.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:25:50 -0400)

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