Two Death Sentences by the Inquisition Tribunal of Malta, 1639 (Paperback)Kenneth Gambin (author)
Paperback 120 Pages / Published: 01/12/2006
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Besides fighting Protestant doctrines, the setting up of the Roman Inquisition in 1542 was also aimed at introducing a sense of correct behaviour and belief expected from all Christians. The Inquisition was lenient with first-time offenders or with those who showed genuine signs of repentance. In those rare cases where the accused persisted in his or her errors, however, the Inquisition was clear: the obstinate and stubborn unrepentant who refused to be reconciled to the Church, had to be handed to the secular court to be burned at the stake.
Publisher: Midsea Books Ltd,Malta
Number of pages: 120
Weight: 240 g
Dimensions: 139 x 206 x 8 mm
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