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Christianity Thomas on 26 Dec 2011 12:51 am

The Pope Proves Once Again that He is Blind to Reality

This article about the Pope’s recent proclamations is remarkable. It demonstrates that the Pope is completely blind to reality and his own hypocrisy:

Pope calls for worshipers to remember ‘essence’ of Christmas

“Today Christmas has become a commercial celebration, whose bright lights hide the mystery of God’s humility, which in turn calls us to humility and simplicity,” the pope said after recalling the story of Christmas.

Humility and simplicity? This from a man who lives in his own gilded city, waited on hand and foot while sitting on his golden throne and holding his golden staff? The statement is unbelievable in its hypocrisy.

This is not the first time the Pope has done this. See this video for details:

5 Responses to “The Pope Proves Once Again that He is Blind to Reality”

  1. on 27 Dec 2011 at 3:59 am 1.ZZZ said …

    It is unclear why anyone would listen to anything the pope says. He is a walking contradiction.

  2. on 27 Dec 2011 at 4:06 am 2.Anonymous said …

    Perhaps the pope has read the bible, but he’s decided that whatever his god commands is morally good, hence all that violence and killing and raping and genocide and slavery and stuff, those were good things. Their god said do it, so it was done and it was good.

  3. on 10 Jan 2012 at 9:56 am 3.mstaarabu said …

    I think the owner of godisimaginary.com should add some tip about Crusade wars fought by Christians because some people only think that Muslims{Jihad} are the only ones who killed people so as to get followers.

  4. on 10 Jan 2012 at 1:23 pm 4.Anonymous said …

    I don’t think that is news to believers but Christians are pros at rationalizing things, using special pleading, and playing at Tu Quoque.

    For example, with respect to the Crusades, you’d probably hear that context matters as things are different now, that no-one alive today is responsible for what happened during the Crusades and then they’ll try to divert the conversation into killings by non-believers (which is not the same as killing in the name of something).

    Contrast that with the ridiculous notion that everyone alive today is responsible for the “sins” of a apple-eating rib-woman who was tricked by a talking snake and you’ll see how they have different values depending on if they are defending their views or attacking others.

  5. on 11 Jan 2012 at 12:25 pm 5.fred said …

    The Bible is full of stupid stories now the “talking snake” imagine.

    Though 15 yrs old and i dont believe this magic stories.

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