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  • By A customer on November 2, 2003

    I started reading this book thinking it would be a simple history of the Inquisition. It turned out to be much more. If you want to understand the modern Catholic Church, this book is for you. It contains an incredible amount of information on how the Church became what it is today. The authors are brilliant at explaining the history in a very simple yet complete way. They take the reader through the complexity of the politics behind the religion. They seperate the State from the Church. It will surprise you. I thought I would lose a bit more of whatever respect I had left for the Church after reading this book. Maybe I did. But I also gained a profound understanding of HOW it got to be what it is today. Fan or foe, you should inform yourself about this powerful institution that is the Catholic Church.

  • By Don Cannon on January 7, 2015

    informative and well written

  • By Khakikoone on June 19, 2017

    The person who wrote this book is totally wrapped up in Catholic lie/ideology. I let my grand daughters destroy that book.

  • By Timothy G. on December 17, 2016

    Very satisfied

  • By Rhapsody on August 30, 2016

    Well written and detailed

  • By newshound620 on June 26, 2011

    This book is an apologia for religion and especially the Catholic Church. The fact that one church, and Christianity, could control lives with fear, superstition and dogma, says a lot about the veracity of the human mind. The authors make excuses for the Inquisition at the same time that they catalog the cruelties heaped on Europeans for centuries.

  • By Emilio on October 27, 2015

    Great price. Fast shipping.

  • By WAZMAN on July 12, 2013

    A book I've been looking for, about the Inquisition, the Church, The Vatican, and Secret Societies keeping secrets. Thanks for the great book and fast ship.


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