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12,899.  I say nothing of the moral difficulties and perversions involved in revelation itself; though even in the Christianity of the Gospels, at least in its ordinary interpretation, there are some that are so flagrant that they almost outweigh all the beauty and benignity and moral greatness that so clearly distinguish the sayings and character of Christ ... Is there any moral atrocity that couldn't be justified by the imitation of such a Deity?  And could we possibly adore such a being without frightfully distorting the standard of right and wrong?  Any other of the outrages to the most ordinary justice and humanity involved in the common Christian idea of God's moral character sinks into insignificance beside this dreadful Hell-focused idealization of wickedness.  (Christianity & Gospels & Hell)  John Stuart Mill, The Usefulness of Religion 1874

 

 

12,958.  313 A.D.  Constantine would sign the Edict of Milan granting tolerance and protection to Christians.  (Catholicism & Christianity & Empire: Roman & Rome)  A Lamp in the Dark – The Untold History of the Bible

 

12,959.  If Constantine were a true believer, how could he turn and persecute other Christians?  (Catholicism & Christianity & Empire: Roman & Rome)  ibid.

 

12,960.  Many Christians saw in this new system an apostate union between the Church and the Powers of the World.  (Catholicism & Christianity & Empire: Roman & Rome)  ibid.

 

12,961.  Dominic along with Pope Innocent III were the two original founders of Rome’s most dreadful engine – terror and destruction.  (Catholicism & Christianity & Empire: Roman)  ibid.

 

 

12,983.  The complete annihilation of Catholicism, and even ultimately of Christianity.  It is necessary to seek a remedy.  Very well a remedy is at hand.  The Pope ... will never enter into a secret society.  It therefore becomes the duty of the secret societies to make the first advance to the Church and the Pope with the object of conquering both.  (Catholicism & Christianity & Illuminati & New World Order & Secret Societies)  Nubius, 1818

 

 

19,816.  For example, if you touch Mafia people, you’ll touch DC people.  And touching Christian Democrats, you touch Church people.  (Gangstas: Sicily & Mafia & Christian)  Corleone VI starring Caludio Gioe & Daniele Liotti & Simona Cavallari & Marco Leonardi & Salvatore Lazzaro & Marco Leonardi & Alfredo Pea et al, rozzer to rozzer

 

 

21,947.  Sometimes you can’t tell the Christians from the lions.  (GBH Films & Christianity & Film Noir)  Hustle 1975 starring Burt Reynolds & Catherine Deneuve & Ben Johnson & Paul Winfield & Eileen Brennan & Eddie Albert & Ernest Borgnine & Jack Carter & Colleen Brennan & James Hampton & Catherine Bach et al, director Robert Aldrich, Reynolds

 

 

30,045.  This new religion was undercover and banned in the Roman empire.  (Great Britain & England & Christianity & Empire: Rome)  Neil Oliver, Sacred Wonders of Britain III, BBC 2014

 

 

30,083.  Christian missionaries were streaming into the country.  (Great Britain & England & Empire: Rome & Christianity)  Bettany Hughes, Seven Ages of Britain 410 A.D. - 1066 A.D.

 

 

57,287.  It was in what is now western Turkey that the Mary cult started to become a global phenomenon.  A special devotion grew up around her to replace the old pagan goddesses like Diana or Artemis.  In church doctrine she went from being the mere mother of Jesus to ... the Mother of God.  This incredible clout was reinforced by the building of churches devoted to her and the dissemination of her image all over Byzantium, the Christian Roman empire in the east.  (Mary & Christianity & Byzantiumm & Cult & Orthodox Church)  Bettany Hughes, The Bible

 

 

30,135.  But from around the year 600 the Anglo-Saxon tribes began to be converted to Christianity by missionaries from Rome and saints from Ireland and the west.  (Great Britain & England & Anglo-Saxon & Christianity)  Michael Wood, The Great British Story: A People’s History: Britannia 1/8 BBC 2012

 

 

30,263.  An odd eastern cult called Christianity.  (England & Christianity)  Julian Richards, Stories From The Dark Earth: Meet The Ancestors Revisited: Pagans of Roman Britain, BBC 2013

 

 

36,060.  The powerful but misguided esoteric movements of today such as  Freemasonry and the Illuminati hold to the belief that the Jesus of Christianity is in reality a representation of the Sun or astrological personification, and that Christianity is a later distortion or forgery that plagiarised from previous cults.  This is why you see so many attacks upon Christianity in our day.  (New World Order & Christianity & New Age & Jesus Christ)  Keith Thompson, Where the Rabbit Hole Ends

 

 

36,061.  Many of the leading anti-New-World Order researchers are actually deceivers and liars working with the New World Order to further the plan to make a one-world new-age religion, humanist utopia – removing Christianity from the face of the earth.  However, this utopia that is promised will result in a one-world fascist dictatorship.  (New World Order & Christianity & Fascism)  Keith Thompson, The Coming New-Age One-World Religion  

 

 

36,316.  Secret societies have been around almost as long as man.  The early Christians for instance were a secretive cult themselves, undermining the government of Church and State.  They adhered to secret forms of communication, rituals and were regressive in their rise to power.  (Secret Societies & Christianity)  Philip Gardiner, Angels, Demons and Freemasons

 

 

49,441.  Drinking beer is easy.  Trashing your hotel room is easy.  But being a Christian, that's a tough call.  That’s real rebellion.  (Rebellion & Christian)  Alice Cooper

 

 

49,713.  I am a Christian.  That obliges me to be a Communist.  (Communist & Christian)  George Bernard Shaw

 

 

50,084.  Traditional Christianity, that institutional form of Christianity is probably dying ... We’ve blessed slavery with the Christian scriptures, we’ve blessed anti-Semitism with the Christian scriptures, we stood by and watched Hitler destroy six million Jews, and then we were negative about women, and then we were negative about gay people, and we’ve been negative about left-handed people, we’ve been negative about mentally ill people, and we’ve been negative about divorced people, the Church has victimised a great many people in this world.  (Church & Christianity & Religion)  Rt Reverend John Shelby Spong, New Jersey March 2007, interview Bruce Burgess, Bloodline

 

 

58,284.  No more than 40 years ago, the subjects of Christian anti-Semitism and the Christian sources of anti-Semitism were generally considered taboo.  Many even denied that Christian anti-Semitism existed, seeing anti-Semitism as a non-Christian production, if not just a creation of the Jews.  In recent years, research on the Holocaust, together with a growing tolerance for discussion within the churches, has revealed the crucial role played by the Church in the persecution of Jews in Christendom.  Study of Christian anti-Semitism and its roots is not merely of academic interest; at bottom, Christian-Jewish relations – be they with Catholic, Protestants, or Fundamentalists – is about Christian anti-Semitism, and about efforts on the part of Christians to remove the stain of anti-Semitism.  (Judaism & Christianity)  Jerome A Chanes, Associated Executive Direction of the National Foundation For Jewish Culture, A Dark Side: Anti-Semitism Through the Ages p29

 

 

58,398.  I’m on a journey around the Mediterranean following in the footsteps of a man who 2,000 years ago travelled more than 10,000 miles around the Roman world on foot and many many more by sea.  (Paul & Christianity)  David Sutchet: In the Footsteps of St Paul I, BBC 2012

 

58,399.  To others he is the preacher of prejudices that have echoed down through history.  (Paul & Christianity)  ibid.

 

58,400.  Paul was Christianity’s first international ambassador.  (Paul & Christianity)  ibid.

 

58,401.  Jerusalem fell under direct rule of the Roman empire: the Jews never accepted the Roman occupation.  (Paul & Jerusalem & Christianity)  ibid.

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