L'Eglise et les consentements arrachés. Violence et crainte dans le baptême et l'apostasie (Espagne, XVIe-XVIIe siècle)

Abstract : In the XVI and XVII centuries, Spain experienced two modalities of forced conversion : conversions of Muslims to Christianity, through forced baptisms during the revolt of the Germanias in Valencia in 1521 and through the decrees of expulsion of the Muslims in 1502 and 1525, that produced a series of mass conversions ; forced apostasy of Christians captured by Muslim pirates, then brought to North Africa and forced to become Muslims. So the excuse of fear and compulsion was used by Muslims to produce evidence of the nullity of their baptism and by renegades to be reconcilied with the Church in front of Inquisition trials when they came back to Spain.
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Isabelle Poutrin. L'Eglise et les consentements arrachés. Violence et crainte dans le baptême et l'apostasie (Espagne, XVIe-XVIIe siècle). Rivista di Storiadel Cristianesimo, 2010, pp.489-507. ⟨hal-01279917⟩

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