Who were considered heretics by the spanish inquisition quizziz?

Who were considered heretics by the spanish inquisition quizziz?

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  1. The answer is: heretics

    Heretic is a term given to the people who are not willing to accept religious teachings. At that time, the Spanish empire made Catholicism as a national religion and enforce its citizens to follow the belief. If they refuse they could either jailed or executed.

    At that time, atheists were not the only one that became the victim of Spanish Inquisition. Even though technically they believe in God, people with different religion such as Jews, Muslims, or Buddhist also became the target for execution.

  2. C.
    The point of the Spanish Inquisition was to punish or kill anyone who didn't follow Catholicism, first in Spain, then into Africa and the Americas.

  3. The correct answer should be A. heretics

    That's because their goal was to find and catch all those who would spread anything other than orthodox Catholicism in all kingdoms and colonies that belonged to the Spanish kingdom which was heavily influenced by the Catholic church.

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