Response to the Spiritual Conquest
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December 4, 2012
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Furthermore, they wanted the Indians to respect the Spanish friars and evangelists so that conversion would be easier for them (the Spanish). If they did not object to that, then the Spanish would act cruel towards them until they complied.
When the Indians heard what the Spanish had to say, they naturally became skeptical about the situation...
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It greatly scared them to hear such a thing because no one ever told them that they were worshipping the wrong God. Furthermore, they feared the wrath of their ancestral gods if they were to neglect or forsake them. Because the Indians never left their native land, they did not know whether to believe the Spanish because they did not know where their own God reside, or to reject the offer...
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