Condell always delivers.A couple of minor points: Martin Luther's anti-Semitism was part of the inspiration for Hitler's, so Catholicism has to share the blame with Protestantism there. And I'm pretty sure that the Catholic Church did, in fact, excommunicate Goebbels -- not because of his involvement in Nazi crimes, but because he married a Protestant.Those are quibbles, though. If the Catholic Church had set out to serve the cause of evil, it's hard to see how it could have done a more effective job.
Just found this blog. Spent the whole morning reading about the Testimonium F. I am so thrilled. I am no biblical scholar like you guys but the fact that this argument (the anti I mean) has been so thoroughly ignored, and worse, suppressed, argues in its favor. For me anyway.But the reason I am writing is to alert you to the Wikipedia article titled: "Historicity of Jesus." Evidently it was written by a group called Wiki Project Christianity. As Wikipedia has become the defacto argument settler for modern Americans, I must implore one of you learned Christ debunkers to peruse the Wiki post and offer your two cents worth. I would do this myself but I don't have the chops or credentials of some of you guys. Thanks again for this great blog. I'm saving it to my faves!
Once again Pat Condell tells it like it is. I'm a former Catholic, not even a lapsed Catholic. Worse than that I declare I don't have any faith. What freedom at last!
I think it's possible that the Protestants have an even higher 'body count' of molested children. I do wish someone would compile statistics.http://stopbaptistpredators.org/index.htm
No, he's Orthodox (James 2:19).
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