Monday, May 01, 2006

PJM Gets it Wrong
Seems to me that PJM sounds rather jealous of the Roman practice for sending Christians against lions in the Coloseum. I would figure PJM is an acronym for the generic "Pajamas Media" service... if so, this is a huge disappointment. You really have to make a stretch, and dislike Catholicism to interpret the article linked this way.

The lead in to the article is as follows, and pretty much sums up said interpretation:
A Vatican official reportedly called for a boycott of the upcoming "The Da Vinci Code" film Friday, saying it contained "slanderous" offenses against Christianity that would have provoked a worldwide revolt had they been directed against Islam or the Holocaust.
OK... let's see here. The film contains slanderous offenses against Christianity... this is fact. If this movie were denying the Holocaust it would have provoked worldwide outrage... while less likely today than it would have been 50 years ago, this statement is likely true. Filmakers fear making provacative films about Islam (as major American and other media corporations fear putting shows on the air that may "offend" Muslims) so it's hard to say exactly what might happen, though I'm sure it would involve much violence. So it appears as though Monsignor Angelo Amato is using the word "revolt" to describe 3 different scenarios in a way that does not indicate violence, but rather vocal opposition. Shame PJM for a quick, petty shot at Catholicism.

Comments on "PJM Gets it Wrong"

 

Anonymous Seven Star Hand said ... (3:33 PM) : 

Is the world ready for the Truth yet?

The Vatican is proving that seeking the truth is a real threat to their dogma. Their so afraid of people uncovering the truth, that they are attacking another fantasy as a threat to their own deceptions. How enlightening, since this goes a very long way to proving that Christianity is based on lies. If it wasn't, they would be confident of surviving intense scrutiny. Since they aren't and since they have gone to such great lengths to suppress those seeking the truth over the centuries, their deceptions are, once again, laid bare for all to see. Only this time they are the ones to walk into a well laid trap...

Did you ever stop to think what the True Messiah (me) would say about worshipping false names, false images, and dogma? Well, now you get the chance to hear my side of the story and weigh it against the strong delusion of faith and religion. None of the European names and images in the New Testament can possibly be the truth. What then is the purpose of "faith" but to prevent good people from seeking to understand truth and wisdom?

Visit my website to understand what they are truly afraid of. The Vatican and world leaders have struggled to keep people from understanding the truth and religion is a key tool in their smokescreen. Now, when I appear on the scene, everyone is seeking to understand their ages-old deceptions, and I have produced stunning and comprehensive proof. Visit my website, read my articles, and download a FREE copy of my book. The time has come for the "earth to quake" and the liars to "gnaw their tongues for pain." (symbolism decoded in the book)

Can you spell Karma...

 

Blogger Chucko said ... (10:26 AM) : 

Having visited SSH's site, I would highly recommend it to readers who wander into this area. Those that go will come to a better understanding of where he's coming from. I'd recommend not feeding the troll with cash, however.
To sum up where he's coming from:

•The Christian Book of Revelation is a deceptive rewrite of a Hebrew symbolic wisdom text authored by the Teacher of Righteousness
•Christianity, the New Testament, and Jesus Christ are Blatant Lies, Strong Delusion, and False Prophecy perpetrated by Rome
•The Vatican is the evil and mysterious remnant of the Babylonian and Roman Empires symbolized in The Apocalypse and Book of Daniel
•The author of this book is the long-prophesied Messiah, Lion of the Tribe of Juda, Teacher of Righteousness, and Melchizedek

And I thought he was KIDDING... Thanks for the kicks, kid.

 

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