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A woman is brought before the Spanish Inquisition after an Arch-Bishop dies in a mysterious fire. She has no memory of the incident, or of much of her past. Is something else at work? Can this
This is a poem about the Spanish Inquisition.
War, Power, Greed, Jihad, Inquisition, Crusades and Extremists, all words we associate with religion. Shamans, priests, prophets and magicians, servants of the gods, mediums of power, or frauds?
Who built the great ziggurats which stand on opposite sides of our world, in Iran and Central...
In the future, humanity is split between the Empire and the Union. While war rages on for total control of Earth, the Empire drafts men and women to solve its domestic troubles. Jaquan Fronde is one of these administrators. (Ongoing. Comments are welcome.)
Lucian Lamperouge is an artist of incredible talent, selected to be in the Praxis Pragmata in his teen years, an organisation dedicated to numerous art forms, after Christianity is separated as a political entity from atheists, who now equal Christians in number and power. As he begins to...
In 16th century Spain, two great friends, Raul and Felipe, find themselves on the opposing paths of medicine and the Church...
Humanity is governed by one world religion that has no tolerance for others.
This is my first serious attempt at writing. I've tweaked it so much, I'm not even sure what genre it is. Dystopian sci fi is my best guess.
Also I'm not sure what the rules are for PG and R, so I rounded up to be...
This fell out of my hands but it is really a reflection of the qualms I have with overly religious types. This is not a needle in the eye of any one religion though. It is really just a symbol for any belief that is so fogged that it causes harm to others.
Written for 2nd year university British Isles history course; on the difference between the witch hunts that took place in Scotland & England.
By Julian Strand
Essay adapted from a talk given for the Shakespeare Authorship Roundtable on Giordano Bruno and Hamlet, December 1999, Beverly Hills, California.