The New York Times: The Nuns Who Bought and Sold Human Beings Kicked Out of Heaven Vol. III $54.00

Nevertheless, the triumph of marriage as a sacrament had given the clergy an opportunity to refine their reflections concerning fornication.  This time, they distinguish categories and cases with precision.  To ‘qualified fornication’ (which stood for the sin of lust consummated and included such public crimes as kidnapping for sex, adultery, incest, and ‘crimes against nature’)…

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Witchcraft is a composite phenomenon drawing from folklore, sorcery, demonology, heresy, and Christian theology.  The chief individual components defined as witchcraft in the classical period were: (1) those generally derived from sorcery (approximately 31%)-shapeshifting, riding or flying, cannibalism, child murder, the use of salves, familiars, invocation of demons, and the choice of night as the…

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The term cuckold refers to the husband of an adulterous wife. In evolutionary biology, the term is also applied to males who are unwittingly investing parental effort in offspring that are not genetically their own. (Step-Fathers) Although cuckoldry was a predominately-male crime, the cheating wife was by no means safe from the community’s criticism. She…