servants of Satan liba 102

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Jones 1 Tim Jones Liba 102 Sec. 17 9 April 2007 Klaits, Joseph. 1985. Servants of Satan: The Age of Witch Hunts . Bloomington: Indiana University Press. Joseph Klaits book Servants of Satan , brilliantly proves through collaboration of others work that witchcraft in Europe was a driven by superstition, fear, confessions, and religious beliefs. Throughout the book it is proven that the church, during this time played a huge part in the witch craze. Klaits writes, “Particularly those in the Catholic Church were hypocritically manipulating a gullible public to enhance their own power”. This further proves that the government had power to manipulate the community into anything. The book then moves in to explaining how religious beliefs also played a huge role in promoting the witch hunts. The work gives very investigative and engaging evidence to the idea that Europeans had no other way to explain many superstitious events going on during this time. As the book flows in to the second chapter, keeping the reader engaged, Klaits writes
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This note was uploaded on 09/30/2008 for the course LIBA 102 taught by Professor Dontknow during the Spring '07 term at Ole Miss.

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