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101 Questions & Answers on the Crusades and the Inquisition: Disputed Questions

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The Crusades and the Inquisition, two separate historical events, are more closely related than most people realize. It is no accident that the Inquisition followed quickly on the heels of the Crusades, just as it is no coincidence that the Crusades as well as the Inquisition have been greatly misunderstood over the centuries, with popular historians focusing on and, ...more
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Published May 1st 2013 by Paulist Press
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Nancy De flon
Aug 03, 2013 Nancy De flon rated it it was amazing
Are the Crusades and the Inquisition really still disputed? Or has it been definitely settled that the Crusaders were "villains" who committed lots of atrocities against the infidels and that the Inquisitors were "villains" who went around indiscriminately burning people?

No, not true. With regard to the Crusades, the pendulum is swinging back to center from the "Christians as Villains" position, and the picture of Inquisitors as a white-robed army hunting down hordes of women and burning them as
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