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    • attacked by the Inquisition. This book is evidence of Eckhart's careful study
    • the shadows the agents of the Inquisition waited, listening, watching,
    • against this too-popular preacher should be laid before the Inquisition.
    • of the Inquisition, he said, “While the Church can refuse us the sacrament
    • Inquisition, and he went to England on a diplomatic mission for Maximilian
    • most dreaded agents of the Inquisition, the notorious Nicholas Savin.
    • which had attracted the attention of the Inquisition, and for a time he was
    • Antwerp 1531, which the Inquisition did their best to prevent, Henry
    • teachings by the Inquisition long after his death — has been kept alive
    • Inquisition reprimanded Bruno sharply. Plans were made to bring him before a
    • court of the Inquisition, but Bruno secretly left Naples and went to Rome,
    • the Inquisition. But Bruno brushed their fears aside. He had confidence in
    • From the moment he had arrived in Italy the spies of the Inquisition were on
    • prison of the Inquisition. He was charged with many heresies, most serious
    • the Roman Inquisition, and for seven years he experienced the terrors of the

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