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Tuesday, 18 October 2016

Why do Christians honour Mass Murderers?




Sadistic burner of men treated like a hero - WHY?

Christianity openly honours evil murderers as saints and heroes and come Sunday the faithful will be kneeling like trained sheep in the churches.

One example of the wickedness  behind this one aspect of blind fundamentalism is Sir Thomas More.

Sir Thomas More, 7 February 1478 – 6 July 1535, was venerated by Roman Catholics as ‘Saint Thomas More’. He was beatified in December 29th, 1886 by Pope Leo XIII and canonized in May 19th, 1935 by Pope Pius XI. Catholics often bless themselves when they recall Thomas More.

In 1980, More was added to the Church of England's calendar of Saints and Heroes of the Christian Church.  He was a councillor to Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to 16 May 1532.


However, this great veneration seems very bizarre when we recall that this monster of Christian fundamentalism was quite happy to authorise the BURNING AT THE STAKE of folks (heretics) who simply failed to share his pious religious world view.

During More's chancellorship, six people were burned at the stake for heresy.  His biographer Peter Ackroyd noted that Thomas More explicitly "approved of Burning".

Heresy in fact could be alleged for simply owning a banned book back then. 

More's sadism can be likened to any form of brutality from the later Nazi era. Consequently, can we ever see a time when the Church may decide to make saints out to Hitler's SS legions? After all, Hitler was a devout Christian as well. 




Surely the question today for all caring people within  any fair-minded global village community must be...

Why exactly does the Church honour Mass Murderers?

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