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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Actually Pope Francis is a theological conservative who is successful in presenting catholicism.

    This is pretty easy as catholics are hungry for a new image of their church.

    And I would emphasise that Pope Francis is a friendly conservative Pope.

    His job is to sell the church at a time when the reputation of the church is at an all time low. And he is doing a good job.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    Bam, take this Frank haters! :P

    Was this a real twitter war?
    I couldn't stop laughing!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    Was this a real twitter war?
    I couldn't stop laughing!
    Of course not...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    "The Roman Catholic Church would "promote friendship and respect between men and women of different religions," the pope said" - The Telegraph



    "The martyrs teach us that wealth, prestige and honor have little importance: Christ is the only true treasure." - Pope Francis on Twitter

    However, any argument won't work here since even if one can easily disprove these crazy statements with what he actually says, you're telling me it's a huge PR gag then. I'm an atheist and against institutional religion but you two are atheistic fundamentalists who base their beliefs on nothing but their own dislike for the opposite site, or can you name any action that would confirm his secret identity?
    That was a joke in the form of hyperbole. Very poorly thought out hyperbole. And I'm not atheist, I'm agnostic. And it isn't a PR gag.

    I'm pretty sure if you are the pope, you believe your religion is the one true religion with a certain fervor found in said super-nationalists. Only difference is that this guy is willing to step back and say he doesn't want to burn all dissidents. I don't know what that emotion of nationalism would be called. I have it, I just don't express it much.

    I'm still confused as to why certain people say extroverted. Could somebody explain why?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    ENFJ: reformer, liberal or more accurately Jesus #2 . Just a more outgoing version of him.
    Jesus was an illiterate Jew, a non land holder, an so a non person in the Roman Empire. By contrast Pope Francis is Head of State, with embassies all over the world, including the United Nations.

    It would be hard to imagine a greater contrast than between Jesus and Pope Francis.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    Jesus was an illiterate Jew, a non land holder, an so a non person in the Roman Empire. By contrast Pope Francis is Head of State, with embassies all over the world, including the United Nations.

    It would be hard to imagine a greater contrast than between Jesus and Pope Francis.
    But he did call himself the son of God and the king of Jews - at least his followers (In the bible version).

    How do you explain the not so small part of non-believers in higher positions? I've got interviews. They claim to use their position to promote charitable work. What trick is behind this?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Magic Qwan View Post
    Was this a real twitter war?
    I couldn't stop laughing!
    No, but it should be .
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    But he did call himself the son of God and the king of Jews - at least his followers (In the bible version).

    How do you explain the not so small part of non-believers in higher positions? I've got interviews. They claim to use their position to promote charitable work. What trick is behind this?
    In the light of the Royal Commission into Institutional Child Abuse, the formal catholic lay group has produced a report. The most interesting part is that it blames institutional child abuse on the abuse of power within the church.

    And it is startlingly obvious from the location of the Pope's embassy in Canberra, and the location of the house of the Archbishop, that one of their prime aims is power.

    And as we have discovered that power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely, it is no surprise the church is corrupt.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stephano View Post
    No, but it should be .
    I know, right?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mole View Post
    And as we have discovered that power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely, it is no surprise the church is corrupt.
    Absolutely true. The church has always been a power-hungry and abusive machinery of power, and the recent happenings around the vatican bank have proven that again. But why this pope? Why can't he be someone who actually can do something good (as most of his actions show)?
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