jakeleg wrote:<quoted text>
Not touchy, you are, as every time I or someone else quote the scriptures, you and Rogue label us atheists. Why is that? How can quoting the Holy Book be deemed atheist?
Be frank, truhtful, honest. Have you ever fully read the old and new testaments? I had not for most of my youth and early adulthood as we were forbidden to do so under threat of excommunication. The bible, particularly the old testament were indexed by the Holy See. I have since learned that most nuns, brothers and priests had never read the old testament, save for parts that were given them that were deemed "safe". As soon as John XXIII relaxed the rules and mass missels were translated in the vernacular, and it was no longer prohibited to read the bible, the faithful, apprising itself, at last, of the horrors, started to leave the Church. Attendance at mass went, in some places, from 90% to today's 15-20%. Don't ask for proof, that's a fact you should know.
Okay, here gos and now you can call me an atheist if you want. If the Bible were on trial today, it would invoke the 5th, as it is totally self-incriminating. And if you don't agree with that statement, it is because you have NEVER read it.
Not touchy, you are, as every time I or someone else quote the scriptures, you and Rogue label us atheists.
That was answered in my original post.
Self incriminating or misread by tards such as yourself? Yep!