I've read the statements he made. On several different sites. I haven't repeated them on here verbatim. If you also have read them, is there any need? I didn't continue to claim anything. I made one statement, then said I wasn't going to rely on your Topix BS to have you try and faux-educate me on your interpretation.<quoted text>
Ignorant is you continuing to claim the Pope proclaimed something that he, in fact, did not.
You said you preferred to do your own research.
Yet, you haven't.
You're still ignorant.
And obviously proud of it.
Here you go lazy boy:
Labeling the disciples as a little intolerant, closed off by the idea that those who do not have the truth, cannot do good, Francis remarked the importance of the doing good commandment. The principle, he said, unites all humanity, beyond religions and ideologies, creating a culture of encounter which is at the basis of peace.
Narrow and self centered attitudes should be banned, as everyone doing good, including atheists, can be redeemed by Jesus, Francis said.
Just do good and well find a meeting point, the pope said.
And here's the jist of it: I don't care what the pope believes or doesn't believe of atheists. What I care about is how many believers such as yourself try your best to be the antithesis of a loving Christian.
Am I proud of being an atheist. Why wouldn't I be? It's not any different than anyone being proud of anything that is a significant part of who they are (of course I know you're trying to say I'm proud of being ignorant, but I'm just ignoring your own ignorance).