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Christianity Thomas on 29 Mar 2010 12:49 am

Let’s hope the Catholic Church burns to the ground, and with luck the rest of Christianity with it

To follow up on the last post on the Catholic Church, Christopher Hitchens speaks:

And Richard Dawkins:

Ratzinger is the Perfect Pope:

No, Pope Ratzinger should not resign. He should remain in charge of the whole rotten edifice – the whole profiteering, woman-fearing, guilt-gorging, truth-hating, child-raping institution – while it tumbles, amid a stench of incense and a rain of tourist-kitsch sacred hearts and preposterously crowned virgins, about his ears.

It’s not just the Catholic Church that is filled with vile, hateful behavior. Most of Christianity is:

Florida church launches “No Homo Mayor” campaign

It should all burn to the ground. It could not possibly be clearer that God is imaginary.

If you are a Christian and you are looking for an alternative to “the whole profiteering, woman-fearing, guilt-gorging, truth-hating, child-raping institution”, try this:

Whywontgodhealamputees.com

You will be glad you did.

PS – And Islam is even worse.

7 Responses to “Let’s hope the Catholic Church burns to the ground, and with luck the rest of Christianity with it”

  1. on 30 Mar 2010 at 12:12 am 1.Moss said …

    “It should all burn to the ground.”

    The atheist desire to see Catholics burn as they rant about perceived hate from Catholics. Great, way to ratchet up the hate. Thanks for the alternative but I’ll pass.

  2. on 30 Mar 2010 at 9:25 pm 2.Marcus said …

    Moss. Run that by me again:

    “The atheist desire to see Catholics burn as they rant about perceived hate from Catholics.”

    Much as I try to get my head around whatever it is you are trying to say, it really doesn’t make any sense to me whatsoever – as in, it’s utterly incomprehensible. (Just out of interest, you aren’t Boz using a pseudonym, are you?)

    And for what it’s worth, I couldn’t agree more with the theme of this post. The quicker humanity is cleansed of the poison that is religion the sooner we can get on with enjoying life, working and living together in harmony, and, in the words of John Lennon, living life in peace.

    Now, who could possibly disagree with that?

  3. on 31 Mar 2010 at 1:24 am 3.A real-ist said …

    I agree with that! Let’s go back to the true reason why we celebrate Christmas in December, a winter festival and nothing more.

  4. on 31 Mar 2010 at 3:38 am 4.3D said …

    Marcus wrote:

    “Much as I try to get my head around whatever it is you are trying to say, it really doesn’t make any sense to me whatsoever – as in, it’s utterly incomprehensible.”

    Maybe I can help, I used to read a lot of stuff written by crazy people in my old job.

    I think what he is trying to do, is compare the author’s desire to see the church METAPHORICALLY burn down (as in, its influence in the world ended) with the ACTUAL massive destruction and pain caused by the church over the centuries and still going strong today — as if they are equal.

    Kind of a weak-assed attempt, but at least he is trying. It’s delusional as all hell, but keep in mind that he is crazy.

  5. on 31 Mar 2010 at 7:28 am 5.Marcus said …

    @ 3D. Thanks. At least that begins to start making some kind of sense. I think.

  6. on 04 Apr 2010 at 12:57 am 6.Makarel said …

    Generalizing Christians is pathetic, to say that all christians may go down with the Catholics is a very weak statement. Why?

    Well, let us generalize a few things ok, America is a fat country….what is your response? Obviously not! Iran is the “axis of evil.” I bet some will oppose that statement. There are those that see generalizing groups of people as pathetic, and I stand with them. Your video is utter crap, and a worthless blabber of so-called insights.

    So if you are trying to stamp ideas on various matters, see that you do not make a fool out of yourself. It (the video clip) may appeal to some (mainly athiests) but, that really says a lot abut them yes?
    But observe this:
    Athiests do not allow freedom of learning, expressions and thinking in work places, in universities and soon to be in public. It is that simple. They would not allow students to pick for themselves what they would think of religion, but if they do, it is done in a biased way, degrading its value of importance or reason for its existence. But who is at the top of the degrading list, CHRISTIANITY.

    There is a reason for this degrading though, it is due to the blunt, and selfish acts of the earlier people( they are not churches) that pushed and shoved Christianity down people’s throats, and if we do not comply, we get Barbequed. We can see that this mess is a result of what was done long before, and if there are actions-there are reactions, in this case a ripple-effect.

    The athiests may not even see that, they are calling for the burning down of Christianity (Hmm that is a thought). Can anybody see what will occur soon?

    For this is a cycle that can end but those involved do not comprehend it or wish it (by the look of things).
    It is nice to observe the fine details of a painting, but its better to step back and view the masterpiece, so what masterpiece are we painting?

    Or is it a disaster that we are painting?

  7. on 13 Apr 2010 at 5:13 am 7.LETAN said …

    Why do you guys have so much facts incorrect? “Satan is the god of this world”, he blinds the souls that have not committed to Christ and are victim to his spiritual attacks, give it a try, and you will all see.

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