The Spanish Inquisition And The Jews

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History

 

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Toya E

 

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June 11, 2015

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Many ironic elements were involved in the history of the Inquisition. The Spanish Inquisition lasted longer than any other preceding it and was the most cruel, bloodthirsty, and festive of all. The objective of the inquisition, in its early state, was to convert all Jews into Christians, but later it contradicted itself by making the new objective to rid the country of the newly converted Christians...
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In an age where the close bond between church and state existed, opposition to the church was intolerable. The Inquisition caused Spain to become intellectually backward, and economically and industrially damaged. The powerful influence of the Inquisition forbiddened social influences, such as books, from other parts of Europe to enter Spain...
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