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 THE MEDIEVAL, SPANISH, PORTUGUESE AND ROMAN INQUISITIONS

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 INQUISITION

HOW  WAS THE INQUISITION   ORGANISED?

ENFORCOMG A SENTENCE


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AUTOS DE LA FE (Spanish),
AUTO DA FE (Portuguese)


FINANCING THE INQUISITION

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OF EUROPE



 WHY THE

SPANISH INQUISITION
DECLINED

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WHAT MADE THE SPANISH INQUISITION SO HORRIBLE?
The Infographics Show  2019 (11.47)



High in the Pyrenees in the southwest of what is now France, in a time when the Church of Rome proclaims itself the one true religion, heresy has taken hold. The Pope sends the Inquisitors of Heretical depravity to exterminate the heresy. Unbelievers are hunted down, condemned and burned. In 1308 the entire village of Montaillou is taken prisoner of the Inquisition. No one is safe - not even the village priest and the chatelaine of its castle. From the secret files - the extraordinary revelations of village life under the Inquisition.


Spain 1468. A land where Christians, Muslims and Jews have lived in tolerance for centuries. But that time is ending. A young King and Queen bent on immortality proclaim themselves the Catholic Monarchs and start an Inquisition. Jews who had converted to Christianity are accused of secretly sabotaging the Christian faith. They become the pawns in a game of chess with dire consequences. Thousands perish in a ritual called the Act of Faith. In Zaragossa, the inquisitor is assassinated - setting off a wave of reprisals. Mothers will die to protect their children - and the highest in the land will pay the ultimate price. It is the beginning of the Spanish empire and a long dark night that will last for centuries

SECRET FILES OF THE INQUISITION - 1
ROOT OUT HERETICS

Kings of Docs, 2015  (53.24)

SECRET FILES OF THE INQUISITION -2
TEARS OF SPAIN
Kings of Docs, 2015  (53.24)

1522. The decadence of a Medici Pope in Rome outrages the devout priest in Germany named Martin Luther. In the face of the Protestant Reformation, a fanatical monk sets out to exterminate the heresy. On his path to power he will create the Roman Inquisition. And he will become the most hated Pope in history. Powerful leaders of the Catholic Church are arrested and imprisoned, accused of reading books banned by the Church. Free-thinking students are silenced. Darkness descends on the centers of learning and Renaissance. The Roman Inquisition leaves a legacy that lasts into the twentieth century.

The End of Inquisition. The secret files of the Inquisition are locked away for centuries. A Spanish priest devotes his life to exposing the brutal records of the Inquisition. Napoleon spreads the ideas of the Enlightenment. He conquers Italy, abolishes the Inquisition and orders its files sent to Paris. Spain's greatest painter, Goya, will depict the Inquisition for the first time - and then run for his life. The kidnapping of a young Jewish boy secretly baptized will be one of the desperate last attempts at exerting the power of the Inquisition. A devoted father fights to get back his son. The boy becomes a symbol for a Pope who is about to lose his dominion on earth

SECRET FILES OF THE INQUISITION - 3
WAR ON IDEAS
Kings of Docs, 2015  (49.41)

SECRET FILES OF THE INQUISITION - 4
END OF THE INQUISITION
Kings of Docs, 2015  (48.44)

FACTS ABOUT THE
ROMAN CATHOLIC INQUISITIONS
Exegetical Apologetics 2014 (21.12)

VIDEOS

THE MEDIEVAL, SPANISH, PORTUGUESE AND ROMAN

 INQUISITIONS

THE MEDIEVAL INQUISITION
(Quick overview).

Quill & Ink History 2017 (14.07)

THE SPANISH INQUISITION
(Quick overview).

Quill & Ink History 2017 (11.55)

THE

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STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE

INCREDIBLE

STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE

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STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE

INCREDIBLE

STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE

INCREDIBLE

STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE

INCREDIBLE

STORY OF THE JEWISH PEOPLE


THE EXECUTIONER OF VENICE -
Luigi Capuano

with Lex Barker - [Full Movie]
1963  (1.28.37)

INQUISITION - THE SPANISH INQUISITION
Reformed Malaya 2016 (44.01)
The Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition, commonly known as the Spanish Inquisition, was a tribunal established in 1480 by Catholic Monarchs, Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. It was intended to maintain Catholic orthodoxy in their kingdoms, ordering Jews
and Muslims to convert or leave.
It continued for nearly four hundred years.

The first auto-da-fé was held in Seville on February 6, 1481: six people were burned alive. From there, the Inquisition grew rapidly.

SPANISH INQUISITION -
THE EDICT OF EXPULSION OF THE JEWS
The Story of Liberty 2012 (4.46)
The Spanish Inquisition on March 31, 1492 was one of the saddest days in history. Ferdinand and Isabella signed an edict to remove all the Jews from Spain. This was in direct objection to scripture, as Paul said so well, "Dear friends, my greatest wish and my prayer to God is for the people of Israel to be saved" Romans 10:1. History began to repeat itself again.... A state church was established and the Jewish people as well as all unbelievers in the state church where rounded up and tortured. The top down dictation of religion was enforced. We know as Christians a morality must come from the heart, not from rulers, through force. Not everything done under the name of Christianity is Christian. We need to read his word and love others, not persecute. Change comes from the heart,
bottom up, not top down.

MOVIE

INSIDE THE SPANISH INQUISITION
History Vincent Dunn
2017 (58.01)

INSIDE THE SPANISH INQUISITION
History -
BBC   2016  (1.34.37)

THE SPANISH INQUISITION DOCUMENTARY - 1
History - Diana Ploschen 2013  (11.42)
The Tribunal of the Holy Office of the Inquisition (Spanish: Tribunal del Santo Oficio de la Inquisición), commonly known as the Spanish Inquisition (Inquisición española), was established in 1478 by Catholic Monarchs Ferdinand II of Aragon and Isabella I of Castile. It was intended to maintain Catholic orthodoxy in their kingdoms and to replace the Medieval Inquisition, which was under Papal control. It became the most substantive of the three different manifestations of the wider Christian Inquisition along with the Roman Inquisition and Portuguese Inquisition.

THE SPANISH INQUISITION DOCUMENTARY - 2
History - Diana Ploschen 2013  (12.20)
The Inquisition was originally intended in large part to ensure the orthodoxy of those who converted from Judaism and Islam. This regulation of the faith of the newly converted was intensified after the royal decrees issued in 1492 and 1501 ordering Jews and Muslims to convert or leave.

THE SPANISH INQUISITION
New Heart New Spirit 2018 (22.16)

In this lecture, we discuss the Spanish Inquisition. In particular, we examine the role of Ferdinand and Isabella's conquest of the Iberian Penninsula, the forced conversion of Jews, the persecution of heretics and conversos, death statistics, and the legacy of the Spanish Inquisition.


TOMAS DE TORQUEMADA:
THE GRAND INQUISITOR
Biographics 2018 (18.47)

Tomas De Torquemada was the controlling force of the Spanish Inquisition. He presided over the systematic purging of so-called heretic Jews that has gone down in history as one of the worst religious persecutions of all time. But was he the monster that history has painted? In this week’s Biographics, we uncover the real story of Tomas De Torquemada.

THE SPANISH INQUISITION (IN OUR TIME)
BBC Podcasts 2018 (43.41)

Melvyn Bragg and guests discuss the Spanish Inquisition, the defenders of medieval orthodoxy. The word ‘Inquisition’ has its roots in the Latin word 'inquisito' which means inquiry. The Romans used the inquisitorial process as a form of legal procedure employed in the search for evidence. Once Rome's religion changed to Christianity under Constantine, it retained the inquisitorial trial method but also developed brutal means of dealing with heretics who went against the doctrines of the new religion. Efforts to suppress religious freedom were initially ad hoc until the establishment of an Office of Inquisition in the Middle Ages, founded in response to the growing Catharist heresy in South West France. The Spanish Inquisition set up in 1478 surpassed all Inquisitorial activity that had preceded it in terms of its reach and length. For 350 years under Papal Decree, Jews, then Muslims and Protestants were put through the Inquisitional Court and condemned to torture, imprisonment, exile and death. How did the early origins of the Inquisition in Medieval Europe spread to Spain? What were the motivations behind the systematic persecution of Jews, Muslims and Protestants? And what finally brought about an end to the Spanish Inquisition 350 years after it had first been decreed? With John Edwards, Research Fellow in Spanish at the University of Oxford; Alexander Murray, Emeritus Fellow in History at University College, Oxford;Michael Alpert, Emeritus Professor in Modern and Contemporary History of Spain at the University of Westminster

SPANISH JEWS: THE INQUISITION, EXPULSION & SURVIVAL
GaonWebFilms 2017 (7.50)
This video is about Judaism in Spain and the subsequent persecutions through the Inquisition and Expulsion of Jews and how the memory and practices of secret Jewish identity survived in Mexico and the American Southwest. This film was made in the exhibition "Fractured Faiths: Spanish Jews, Inquisition, and New World Identities" was held at the New Mexico History Museum in 2016. Thank you to Museum Director Dr. Andrew Wulf, and Curator of Spanish Colonial Art, Josef Diaz, for permission to film the exhibition.

SEPHARDIC JEWS ESCAPED
SPANISH INQUISITION TO NEW WORLD, DNA STUDY REVEALS -
 Earthly Headlines,The Jindo 2019 (14.29(
In one of the largest genetic studies of its kind, the DNA of thousands of Latin Americans reveals a widespread Sephardic Jewish ancestry throughout the New World. The Jindo takes a look at the history of the Spanish Inquisition, the two genetic studies conducted examining Jewish DNA in Latin American populations, and the implications of such discoveries.