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" The witch has abandoned Christianity, has renounced her baptism, has worshipped Satan as her God, has surrendered herself to him, body and soul, and exists only to be his instrument in working the evil to her fellow-creatures, which he cannot accomplish... "
New England's Place in the History of Witchcraft - Página 9
por George Lincoln Burr - 1911 - 35 páginas
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - 1908
...Inquisition's treatment of witcheraft — for witcheraft, he reminds us, though the culmination of sorcery, was not the same. " The witch has abandoned Christianity,...body and soul, and exists only to be his instrument in working the evil to her fellow creatures which he cannot accomplish without a human agent." This...
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A History of the Inquisition of Spain, Volumen4

1907
...results, with the expectation of washing out the sin in the confessional and thus cheating the devil. The witch has abandoned Christianity, has renounced...body and soul, and exists only to be his instrument in working the evil to her fellow-creatures, which he cannot accomplish without a human agent. That...
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The American Historical Review

John Franklin Jameson, Henry Eldridge Bourne, Robert Livingston Schuyler - 1908
...Inquisition's treatment of witchcraft — for witchcraft, he reminds us, though the culmination of sorcery, was not the same. " The witch has abandoned Christianity,...body and soul, and exists only to be his instrument in working the evil to her fellow creatures which he cannot accomplish without a human agent." This...
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Witchcraft in Salem Village in 1692: Together with a Review of the Opinions ...

Winfield S. Nevins - 1916 - 273 páginas
...accused themselves."6 Henry C. Lea in his History of the Spanish Inquisition expresses the belief that the culmination of sorcery was witchcraft, and yet...abandoned Christianity, has renounced her baptism, has worshiped Satan as her God, has surrendered herself body and soul, and exists only to be his instrument....
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