Inquisition: A HistoryOnline Periodical or Article
The history of the Catholic Church is not a story containing one single, true and universally accepted series of beliefs. Although beliefs incongruous to the church are tolerated today, there was a time when the church tried to enforce its point of view with threats, excommunication, banishment, imprisonment, seizure of lands, torture, and death. This book documents the origins of the Roman Catholic Inquisition, explaining how the movement expanded and changed over many centuries. The author examines the Inquisition from the mid-thirteenth through the fifteenth centuries, the Spanish Inquisition, the Roman Inquisition, and the Modern Office of the Inquisition.
Publisher: Ipswich, MA : Great Neck Publishing