Confesiones de un inquisidor

A bestseller internationally!

Christian fiction book in Spanish, published with Editorial Desafío.

Release date: April, 2017

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Portada Especial - Confesiones

Back-cover (translated):

500 years ago, in 1517, Martin Luther nailed his 95 Theses on the doors of the Wittenberg Cathedral, giving rise to the Reformation. The events that followed would transform the world forever, shaking the very foundations of the oppressive titan of its time – the Roman Catholic Church.

Antonio de la Cruz tells us his story, a young protégé educated as an inquisitor to defend the Holy Mother Church from the likes of Martin Luther and the enemies of the faith. Antonio then discovers what is behind the Holy Inquisition: the diabolical tortures, the incessant terror that it spreads across the continent and the hypocrisy of the clergy. Yet, should the truth be defended by the sword? Would Jesus identify with such abominations? Is it worth it to die for the truth?

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