The Resource Evangelization and cultural conflict in colonial Mexico
- Evangelization and cultural conflict in colonial Mexico
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- edited by Robert H. Jackson
- In a study published in the mid-twentieth century, French historian Robert Ricard postulated that the evangelization and conversion of the native populations of Mexico had been rapid and relatively easy. However, different forms of evidence show that the so-called ""spiritual conquest"" was anything but easy or rapid, and, in fact, natives continued to practice their traditional beliefs alongside Catholicism. Within several decades of initiating the so-called ""spiritual conquest, "" the campaign .
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