Since: Feb 13

San Diego, CA

#21 Feb 19, 2013
Slavery is never okay!
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#22 Feb 19, 2013
socci wrote:
<quoted text>
The Catholics in Gov have always been responsible for the immigration problem, from the Irish to Latin Americans to Islam.
<quoted text>
Yet created and ran by papal knights like Albert Pike. The KKK was created to instill FEAR in the newly freed blacks of anything Christian. They often burned crosses for this reason. Then it was all blamed on the Protestants in the Catholic owned press (Copperheads), as you are doing.
Rome's numbers are only due to war & genocide. The same are responsible for the abortion laws around the world beginning in Russia, 1920, to depopulate Orthodox and Protestants - non-Catholics. The Catholic politicians such as Biden, Pelosi, Panetta and others have not been excommunicated for their actions, while it is routine to threaten Latin American politicians for supporting abortion. Sanger answered to Rockefeller Foundation. Rockfish is a papal knight. Rome still rules things and is responsible for all the problems we see today. In fact I expect a soon washington backed immigrant civil war -

Hope im wrong about that.
You're wrong about a lot of things.
The Klan voiced strong support for racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism and immigration restriction.

Catholics do not belong to nor support The Ku Klux Klan, never have and never will.

(Newton, Michael, and Judy Ann Newton. The Ku Klux Klan: An Encyclopedia.(1991).)

http://www.questia.com/library/98084703/ameri...

You should be ashamed of your lying bigotry.
Are you a klucker?
socci

Lawson, MO

#23 Feb 19, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
The Klan voiced strong support for racism, anti-Semitism, anti-Catholicism and immigration restriction.
Catholics do not belong to nor support The Ku Klux Klan, never have and never will.
(Newton, Michael, and Judy Ann Newton. The Ku Klux Klan: An Encyclopedia.(1991).)
http://www.questia.com/library/98084703/ameri...

I didnt say Catholics belonged to it. I said the Vatican's Papal Knights founded and ran it. Have you heard of the Knights Templar?

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_order

They are responsible for much of the problems in the world today, and it traces back to the door of the Vatican and Roman Church.

While the KKK claimed to be anti-Catholic it's interesting they never actually did anything to Catholics.

Lordofnuts

Matthews, NC

#24 Feb 20, 2013
Al Carpenter wrote:
The hidden history of the Southern Baptists. Why does this not matter? The Southern Baptist Convention was the only religious organization to have been founded on the defense of slavery. I would appreciate comments on my book on this subject. "Southern Baptists and Southern Slavery: The Forgotten Crime Against Humanity.
http://www.amazon.com/Southern-Baptists-Slave...
The crime is not forgotten but Christians would like to forget the fact that the Bible was used to justify the enslavement, rape, beating, buying and selling of other human beings. This was a direct result of men writing in their own words to justify human desire, while claiming the creator of the universe inspired it by a delusional vision or psychotic whisper of the mind! The sad part is you have a rapidly shrinking but still large number of adults that still take the Biblical mythology to be the word of god because of________. Just fill in the blank because the personal reasons are as varied as the beliefs and doctrines of the 38,000 denominations or sects of Christianity!
Lordofnuts

Matthews, NC

#25 Feb 20, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
<quoted text>
Yup, that's why the Baptist's split, they sold their soul for slavery.
Baptist preachers accommodated themselves to the leadership of southern society.
Rather than challenging the gentry on slavery and urging manumission they began to interpret the Bible as supporting the practice of slavery and encouraged good paternalistic practices by slaveholders.
They preached to slaves to accept their places and obey their masters!
In fact, many Baptist preachers in the South argued in favor of preserving the right of ministers to be slaveholders.
Shameful perversion of The Word of God.
Dang protestants.
I agree they were the worst but Catholics and any Bible based sect are also guilty. The justification is written in black and white in every Bible!
Lordofnuts

Matthews, NC

#26 Feb 20, 2013
Christians were justified by the Bible for all acts of slavery! It was just one of many problems of man writing the bible and claiming in was inspired by the creator of the universe! "Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to those who are good and considerate, but also to those who are harsh."1 Peter 2:18

This website seems to be a one stop shop for all things Christian history. I have just stated looking over it but this page on slavery is very impressive! Look at the real newspaper ad offering a reward for the capture of a runaway slave!

http://www.badnewsaboutchristianity.com/gaa_s...

"For many centuries slavery was perfectly acceptable to Christians. Christians had no doubt that it was divinely sanctioned, and they used a number of Old and New Testament quotations to prove their case. Looking at the relevant passages it is clear that the Bible does indeed endorse slavery. In the Old Testament God approved the practice and laid down rules for buyers and sellers (Exodus 21:1-11, Leviticus 25:44). Men are at liberty to sell their own daughters (Exodus 21:7). Slaves can be inherited (Leviticus 25:45-6). It is acceptable to beat slaves, since they are property — a master who beats his slave to death is not to be punished as long as the slave stays alive for a day or two, as the loss of the master's property is punishment enough....."

"There are still Christians prepared to uphold the traditional Christian line on slavery. In 1996 Charles Davidson, a devout Christian Senator from Alabama, said that slavery had been good for blacks, and pointed out that the practice had biblical approval, citing the traditional prooftexts such as Leviticus 25:44 and 1 Timothy 6:1*......"

In 1995, the Southern Baptist Convention officially apologised for its earlier defense of slavery. The Church of England apologised for its part in 2006. in a debate held by the Church's governing body, before the vote Rev Simon Bessant described the Church's central role in the slave trade, saying: "We were at the heart of it." and "We were directly responsible for what happened. In the sense of inheriting our history, we can say WE OWNED SLAVES, WE BRANDED SLAVES, that is why I believe we must actually recognise our history and offer an apology."

"To date the Catholic Church still has not apologised for it's part in any of the Slave Trades it established or participated in, though in March 2000, Pope Jean Paul II, hinted at his Church's culpability asking unspecified people for forgiveness for unspecified crimes committed by some unspecified Catholics against unspecified victims"
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#27 Feb 20, 2013
socci wrote:
<quoted text>
I didnt say Catholics belonged to it. I said the Vatican's Papal Knights founded and ran it. Have you heard of the Knights Templar?
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_order
They are responsible for much of the problems in the world today, and it traces back to the door of the Vatican and Roman Church.
First off, your wiki article has very little to do with The Knights Templar. It is about secular middle-ages crusading military orders, both Catholic and Protestant.
Your article is irrelevant to the topic at hand.

Secondly, The Knights Templar were never The Vatican's Papal knights, nor were they sanctioned by the Papacy.
In fact, the pope decreed the dissolution of The Knights Templar by an Apostolic Decree (Bull of 22 March, 1312).

The Knights Templars were the earliest founders of the military orders, and immediately after they liberated Jerusalem, the Crusaders, considering their vow fulfilled, returned to their homes.
The defense of this precarious conquest, surrounded as it was by Mohammedan neighbours, remained.
In 1118, during the reign of Baldwin II, Hugues de Payens, a knight of Champagne, and eight companions bound themselves by a perpetual vow, taken in the presence of the Patriarch of Jerusalem, to defend the Christian kingdom. Baldwin accepted their services and assigned them a portion of his palace, adjoining the temple of the city; hence their title "pauvres chevaliers du temple" (Poor Knights of the Temple).
They were poor, reduced to living on alms, and they were hardly prepared to render important services, unless it were as escorts to the pilgrims on their way from Jerusalem to the banks of the Jordan, then frequented as a place of devotion. They set up and maintained hospitals and protective refuges for Christian pilgrims.
socci wrote:
While the KKK claimed to be anti-Catholic it's interesting they never actually did anything to Catholics.
You're clueless.
The KKK are responsible for much of the bigoted propaganda you gobble down about The Catholic Church.

Quit getting your food out of the garbage, it's affecting your mind.
Big Al

Hibbing, MN

#28 Feb 20, 2013
Reading the Bible has caused many atrocities over the years.

"During many ages there were witches. The Bible said so. The Bible commanded that they should not be allowed to live. Therefore the Church, after eight hundred years, gathered up its halters, thumb-screws, and firebrands, and set about its holy work in earnest. She worked hard at it night and day during nine centuries and imprisoned, tortured, hanged, and burned whole hordes and armies of witches, and washed the Christian world clean with their foul blood. Then it was discovered that there was no such thing as witches, and never had been." -- Mark Twain
socci

El Dorado Springs, MO

#29 Feb 20, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
First off, your wiki article has very little to do with The Knights Templar. It is about secular middle-ages crusading military orders, both Catholic and Protestant.

Secondly, The Knights Templar were never The Vatican's Papal knights, nor were they sanctioned by the Papacy.
In fact, the pope decreed the dissolution of The Knights Templar by an Apostolic Decree (Bull of 22 March, 1312).

The pope dissolved the knights Templar because they were papal knights as I said.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_order

That was only in France. In Portugal the knights continued as the Knights of Christ.

In Scotland the Templars founded Freemasonry.

• Origins of the Conspiracy

www.youtube.com/watch...
http://archive.org/details/FreemasonTemplars

There is no such thing as protestant knights. They are convert papal knights, some from Jews (Rothschilds Warburgs), muslim (Obama, Muslim Brotherhood), atheist (Jefferson, Franklin), many are catholic and evangelical (George Bush, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Rockefeller) all knighted in service to the Vatican's empire.

The Freemasons were founded by Templars & Jesuits who wrote the degrees of FM. The Templars also founded numerous other knights such as the Knights of the Golden Circle who ran the US Civil War. After the civil war the KGC became the KKK.

• The U.S. Civil War

http://protocolhistory.webs.com/uscivilwar.ht...

Anyway, the KKK was founded and ran by Freemasons who are the Vatican's Knights Templar. The same founded Washington DC! 1776, Illuminati, ect., ect.
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#30 Feb 20, 2013
socci wrote:
<quoted text>
The pope dissolved the knights Templar because they were papal knights as I said.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Military_order
That was only in France. In Portugal the knights continued as the Knights of Christ.
In Scotland the Templars founded Freemasonry.
• Origins of the Conspiracy
www.youtube.com/watch...
http://archive.org/details/FreemasonTemplars
There is no such thing as protestant knights. They are convert papal knights, some from Jews (Rothschilds Warburgs), muslim (Obama, Muslim Brotherhood), atheist (Jefferson, Franklin), many are catholic and evangelical (George Bush, Bill Clinton, Tony Blair, Rockefeller) all knighted in service to the Vatican's empire.
The Freemasons were founded by Templars & Jesuits who wrote the degrees of FM. The Templars also founded numerous other knights such as the Knights of the Golden Circle who ran the US Civil War. After the civil war the KGC became the KKK.
• The U.S. Civil War
http://protocolhistory.webs.com/uscivilwar.ht...
Anyway, the KKK was founded and ran by Freemasons who are the Vatican's Knights Templar. The same founded Washington DC! 1776, Illuminati, ect., ect.
Your articles say nothing of the kind to support your assertations.
Do you even read and comprehend that crap before posting it?

Any Catholic that joins The Freemasons will be excommunicated from The Church!

"More recently, Bishop Fabian W. Bruskewitz of Lincoln, Neb., said in April 1996 that members of 12 organizations he called "perilous to the Catholic faith" were subject to automatic excommunication if they did not quit the groups.

The list included Planned Parenthood, Call to Action, the Hemlock Society, Catholics for a Free Choice, the Freemasons....."

http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/...

You're sounding more like a mindless, nutty fanatic with every desperate post.
Alvin

Modesto, CA

#31 Feb 20, 2013
Lordofnuts wrote:
Christians were justified by the Bible for all acts of slavery! It was just one of many problems of man writing the bible and claiming in was inspired by the creator of the universe! "Slaves, submit yourselves to your masters with all respect, not only to those who are good and considerate, but also to those who are harsh."1 Peter 2:18
This website seems to be a one stop shop for all things Christian history. I have just stated looking over it but this page on slavery is very impressive! Look at the real newspaper ad offering a reward for the capture of a runaway slave!
http://www.badnewsaboutchristianity.com/gaa_s...
"For many centuries slavery was perfectly acceptable to Christians. Christians had no doubt that it was divinely sanctioned, and they used a number of Old and New Testament quotations to prove their case. Looking at the relevant passages it is clear that the Bible does indeed endorse slavery. In the Old Testament God approved the practice and laid down rules for buyers and sellers (Exodus 21:1-11, Leviticus 25:44). Men are at liberty to sell their own daughters (Exodus 21:7). Slaves can be inherited (Leviticus 25:45-6). It is acceptable to beat slaves, since they are property — a master who beats his slave to death is not to be punished as long as the slave stays alive for a day or two, as the loss of the master's property is punishment enough....."
"There are still Christians prepared to uphold the traditional Christian line on slavery. In 1996 Charles Davidson, a devout Christian Senator from Alabama, said that slavery had been good for blacks, and pointed out that the practice had biblical approval, citing the traditional prooftexts such as Leviticus 25:44 and 1 Timothy 6:1*......"
In 1995, the Southern Baptist Convention officially apologised for its earlier defense of slavery. The Church of England apologised for its part in 2006. in a debate held by the Church's governing body, before the vote Rev Simon Bessant described the Church's central role in the slave trade, saying: "We were at the heart of it." and "We were directly responsible for what happened. In the sense of inheriting our history, we can say WE OWNED SLAVES, WE BRANDED SLAVES, that is why I believe we must actually recognise our history and offer an apology."
"To date the Catholic Church still has not apologised for it's part in any of the Slave Trades it established or participated in, though in March 2000, Pope Jean Paul II, hinted at his Church's culpability asking unspecified people for forgiveness for unspecified crimes committed by some unspecified Catholics against unspecified victims"
Hi Lord of Nuts: Great comments. Southern Baptist have damned my book out of hand without having read it. History is history. I have been a Southern Baptist pastor for 40 years and everything in that book is correct. Much of what you posted is in the book. How is it possible for so many people to be ignorant as to their own history? It was a joy to read your comments...truth is truth regardless of its source.
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#32 Feb 21, 2013
Big Al wrote:
Reading the Bible has caused many atrocities over the years.
Big Al, it would be foolish to deny that many people claiming to be Christian have committed many atrocities over the centuries.

But 'reading' The Bible is not the cause.
The causal problem is when one reads the Bible through the prism of their own bigotries.
Then they preach twisted scripture.

This has been one of the big problems of the Bible being printed in common language, thereby the Sola Scriptura practitoners think they are suddenly the only person in the world with the right interpretation.
A very dangerous concept.

Jesus didn't write a book and then flip it to his disciples, saying;"Read this and follow me."

Jesus started a church by educating some chosen disciples on how things are to be taught.
Those bishops and disciples then handed down the Tradition and teachings, both verbally and written, instructing people on Christ's message and what The Bible means.

It's those solo-slandering, loose cannon, Sola Scriptura artists that have caused so much damage for the last 1500 years or so.
Jesus weeps over this undiscipline and perversive heresy.

“Jesus=only way into Heaven”

Since: Nov 12

saved by grace through faith

#33 Feb 21, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
<quoted text>
Big Al, it would be foolish to deny that many people claiming to be Christian have committed many atrocities over the centuries.
But 'reading' The Bible is not the cause.
The causal problem is when one reads the Bible through the prism of their own bigotries.
Then they preach twisted scripture.
This has been one of the big problems of the Bible being printed in common language, thereby the Sola Scriptura practitoners think they are suddenly the only person in the world with the right interpretation.
A very dangerous concept.
Jesus didn't write a book and then flip it to his disciples, saying;"Read this and follow me."
Jesus started a church by educating some chosen disciples on how things are to be taught.
Those bishops and disciples then handed down the Tradition and teachings, both verbally and written, instructing people on Christ's message and what The Bible means.
It's those solo-slandering, loose cannon, Sola Scriptura artists that have caused so much damage for the last 1500 years or so.
Jesus weeps over this undiscipline and perversive heresy.
WRONG! You're following the pagan teachings of the Harlot Roman Catholic Church......which came about hundreds and hundreds of years after REAL Christianity was established.

Here's a link that shows some difference between Christianity and the RCC.
Question: "What is Roman Catholicism?"
Answer: http://www.gotquestions.org/roman-catholicism...

“Jesus=only way into Heaven”

Since: Nov 12

saved by grace through faith

#34 Feb 21, 2013
QUOTE FROM LINK:

Roman Catholic Church
(1) The “we were here first” argument. Roman Catholicism claims that it is the church that was established by the Apostles, and that, as a result, it is the one true church. When I read the New Testament, however, the church I see is most definitely not the Roman Catholic Church. In the New Testament church, there is no pope, no cardinals, and no priests. There is no infant baptism, apostolic succession, worship of Mary, or prayer to saints. In the New Testament, the Lord’s Supper is a remembrance of Jesus’ once for all sacrifice, not a continual re-presentation of that sacrifice. The “we were here first” argument does not match the New Testament evidence and does not have validity except on school playgrounds.

(2) The “we gave you the Bible” argument. Roman Catholicism claims that it decided what books belong in the Bible, and therefore, has authority over the teachings of the Bible. If that were the case, they did a very poor job of selecting books which support their doctrine. If that were the case, Roman Catholicism has provided its opposition with a book by which most Roman Catholic doctrines can be soundly refuted. But, it is not the case. God gave us the Bible (2 Timothy 3:16-17). Yes, God used the early church to canonize the Bible, but God was completely sovereign over the entire process. Yes, the early church councils that canonized the Bible may have been quasi-Catholic in some areas, but they absolutely were not Roman Catholic in the modern sense. No, Roman Catholicism did not give us the Bible. God gave us the Bible.

(3) The “30,000 Protestant denominations” argument. Roman Catholics argue against the Protestant concept of “sola scriptura”(the Bible alone) by pointing to the supposed results of sola scriptura, which is, in their minds, a terribly divided body of Christ in the form of 30,000+ Protestant denominations. The problem with this argument is that it incorrectly blames sola scriptura for the divisions within Protestantism. Sola scriptura is not the problem. The misapplication of sola scriptura is the problem. We all allow, to varying degrees, our traditions, preferences, and preconceptions to impact our theology. We all interpret biblical passages inconsistently due to our inherent biases. We are all fallen and imperfect human beings. Therefore, we will always be prone to mistakes in understanding God’s Word. But, sola scriptura is not the problem. Not fully applying sola scriptura is the problem.

Further, one thing all 30,000 Protestant denominations agree on is the fact that the Roman Catholic Church is very wrong on numerous very important issues. The disagreements Protestant churches have between each other are miniscule in comparison to the disagreements between Protestantism and Roman Catholicism. Even within the Roman Catholic Church, there are many Catholics who do not agree with various doctrines of their own church. Due to culture, tradition, and belief that the Roman Catholic Church is the one true church, though, they choose to remain in the Catholic Church rather than dividing and starting new churches.

http://www.blogos.org/gotquestions/roman-cath...

“Jesus=only way into Heaven”

Since: Nov 12

saved by grace through faith

#35 Feb 21, 2013
It's sad how the Satanists and Roman Catholic harlots are so united against REAL Christianity. It shows they must be serving the same master....Satan.

P.S.- I'm not saying every Catholic is unsaved, nor am I against Catholics......I'm against the false damnable doctrines of the RCC
Big Al

Hibbing, MN

#36 Feb 21, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
<quoted text>
Big Al, it would be foolish to deny that many people claiming to be Christian have committed many atrocities over the centuries.
But 'reading' The Bible is not the cause.
The causal problem is when one reads the Bible through the prism of their own bigotries.
Then they preach twisted scripture.
This has been one of the big problems of the Bible being printed in common language, thereby the Sola Scriptura practitoners think they are suddenly the only person in the world with the right interpretation.
A very dangerous concept.
Jesus didn't write a book and then flip it to his disciples, saying;"Read this and follow me."
Jesus started a church by educating some chosen disciples on how things are to be taught.
Those bishops and disciples then handed down the Tradition and teachings, both verbally and written, instructing people on Christ's message and what The Bible means.
It's those solo-slandering, loose cannon, Sola Scriptura artists that have caused so much damage for the last 1500 years or so.
Jesus weeps over this undiscipline and perversive heresy.
Thomas Jefferson wrote…

"Among the sayings and discourses imputed to him [Jesus] by his biographers, I find many passages of fine imagination, correct morality, and of the most lovely benevolence; and others again of so much ignorance, so much absurdity, so much untruth, charlatanism, and imposture, as to pronounce it impossible that such contradictions should have proceeded from the same being."

I agree with Jefferson.

If you believe that the Bible is the inerrant word of “God” and everything in it must be understood literally you end up burning witches and persecuting those who say the Earth revolves around the Sun and justifying slavery.

You have to take the Bible for what it is; a book written by human beings, in a human language, in an ancient time when things were very much different than today. You have to allow for the possibility that you may not understand it correctly.

“It is very pious to say and prudent to affirm that the holy Bible can never speak untruth -- whenever its true meaning is understood. But I believe nobody will deny that it is often very abstruse...”- Galileo Galilei

And you also have to keep in mind that no one alive today has ever seen the original of any of the books of the Bible and deliberate alteration is a distinct possibility .
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#37 Feb 21, 2013
Romans Road wrote:
It's sad how the Satanists and Roman Catholic harlots are so united against REAL Christianity. It shows they must be serving the same master....Satan.

P.S.- I'm not saying every Catholic is unsaved, nor am I against Catholics......I'm against the false damnable doctrines of the RCC
P.S.- Yes you are, why lie?
Why masquerade about yourself being a bigoted, ignorant liar?

"And no wonder, for even Satan masquerades as an angel of light. So it is not strange that his ministers also masquerade as ministers of righteousness.
Their end will correspond to their deeds."
2Cor.11:14,15
Cisco Kid

Modesto, CA

#38 Feb 21, 2013
Big Al wrote:
<quoted text>
......If you believe that the Bible is the inerrant word of “God” and everything in it must be understood literally you end up burning witches and persecuting those who say the Earth revolves around the Sun and justifying slavery.

You have to take the Bible for what it is; a book written by human beings, in a human language, in an ancient time when things were very much different than today. You have to allow for the possibility that you may not understand it correctly.......

And you also have to keep in mind that no one alive today has ever seen the original of any of the books of the Bible and deliberate alteration is a distinct possibility .
That is why Jesus didn't write a book and then flip it to his disciples, saying;"Read this and follow me."

Jesus started a church by educating some chosen disciples on how things are to be taught.
Those bishops and disciples then handed down the Tradition and teachings, both verbally and written, instructing people on Christ's message and what The Bible means.

It's improbable that there was any malicious alteration that could have gone unnoticed and corrected, as there were so many extant copies of the scriptures in so many diverse places that have been closely compared before culminating in today's publications.

The biggest culprits of alteration are those individuals claiming messages of private revelation.
Big Al

Hibbing, MN

#39 Feb 21, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
<quoted text>
That is why Jesus didn't write a book and then flip it to his disciples, saying;"Read this and follow me."
Jesus started a church by educating some chosen disciples on how things are to be taught.
Those bishops and disciples then handed down the Tradition and teachings, both verbally and written, instructing people on Christ's message and what The Bible means.
It's improbable that there was any malicious alteration that could have gone unnoticed and corrected, as there were so many extant copies of the scriptures in so many diverse places that have been closely compared before culminating in today's publications.
The biggest culprits of alteration are those individuals claiming messages of private revelation.
I am unaware of any oral Christian tradition that has survived intact to this day. The oldest known complete copies of the New Testament date to the 4th century; the time that the Roman Emperor Constantine declared that Christianity as defined by the First Council of Nicaea was the only true Christianity. Constantine commissioned 50 Bibles and it is entirely possible that anything that Constantine did not like was omitted or changed.
socci

El Dorado Springs, MO

#40 Feb 21, 2013
Cisco Kid wrote:
Your articles say nothing of the kind to support your assertations.
Do you even read and comprehend that crap before posting it?
Any Catholic that joins The Freemasons will be excommunicated from The Church!
"More recently, Bishop Fabian W. Bruskewitz of Lincoln, Neb., said in April 1996 that members of 12 organizations he called "perilous to the Catholic faith" were subject to automatic excommunication if they did not quit the groups.
The list included Planned Parenthood, Call to Action, the Hemlock Society, Catholics for a Free Choice, the Freemasons....."
http://www.catholicnews.com/data/stories/cns/...
You're sounding more like a mindless, nutty fanatic with every desperate post.

The clueless 'nut' is the one with no facts - You.

The fact is the Grand Wizard of the KKK is not Christian.

The KKK was founded by the Freemasons including Albert Pike.

And the Freemasons were founded by the Templars.

You just have no argument only left with belligerent name calling as a loser.

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