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    Quote Originally Posted by Victor View Post
    Rather than a black spot, it is an X-ray.

    We are told the fear of God is the beginning of wisdom, and we are commanded to love this same God. This is precisely what a child sexual abuser demands of his victims - he demand his victims both fear and love him.

    And God, of course, has absolute power. And the perfect expression of absolute power is to rape many children over many years and have the Hierarchy of the Church protect you from the law, and facilitate your crimes in the next parish.

    But why should we be surprised?

    After all, the Father was offended by us and in order to forgive us He tortured his Son to death on the Cross.

    The Father is the perfect role model for absolute power and the abuse of a child in his care.
    You know Victor, rather than enjoying this anti-clerical child porn of yours, you would be better off visiting your local parish and start working towards achieving your own salvation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lasting_Pain View Post
    God, Jesus, and the Holy Ghost are the same thing but they are separate entities that require worshiping. Even states that in the bible. Victor even stated that the Pope is above prosecution and the law. I like Catholics as people but their religion is really screwed up.
    Are you referring to my religion or is there another Catholicism I don't know about?

    See, here's how it works. The pope is about as above prosecution as the Queen of England would be. Basically, this is because there's hierarchy in the faith, and because of it the pope is not only a leader, but a "symbol" if you will. That's why the process of choosing a pope is so important--how would it look if you had to prosecute the pope, a figurehead of morality? Admittedly, in the past, there have been horrible popes--particularly before separation of church and state--but right now the pope's only power lies in the faith he's leading. And let's be honest, who listens to the pope besides Catholics? He's a spiritual leader, not a political one, despite what some say.

    Also, the three entities being one is basically like...three different hats God wears. Like how someone can be a daughter, a mother, and a sister all at once.

    But I repeat. The OP is about atheism. Just wanted to clear some stuff up.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    He's a spiritual leader, not a political one, despite what some say.
    He is a political leader in the sense of being head of a sovereign state, ie Vatican City. Being head of his own state actually has helped to allow the Papacy to maintain its independence from earthly powers. Not always of course(plenty of monarchs and emperors marched on the Vatican in the good ol'days).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    He is a political leader in the sense of being head of a sovereign state, ie Vatican City. Being head of his state actually has helped to allow the Papacy to maintain its independence from earthly powers. Not always of course(plenty of monarchs and emperors marched on the Vatican in the good ol'days).
    Ah, this is true. Sorry. I meant in a broader context...as in from a worldwide viewpoint. More than anything he handles spiritual affairs, I should rephrase, then.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bubbles View Post
    Ah, this is true. Sorry. I meant in a broader context...as in from a worldwide viewpoint. More than anything he handles spiritual affairs, I should rephrase, then.
    No I know what you meant. He is primarily a spiritual leader, not a political one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    You know Victor, rather than enjoying this anti-clerical child porn of yours, you would be better off visiting your local parish and start working towards achieving your own salvation.
    Actually, it's the Catholic priests who molest little boys,
    who need to work towards achieving their "salvation."

    In prison.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Actually, it's the Catholic priests who molest little boys,
    who need to work towards achieving their "salvation."

    In prison.
    By most estimates, 1.8% of all priests have engaged in pedophile acts. Higher rates exist in public schools. So you're directing your anger in the wrong direction. Try again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peguy View Post
    By most estimates, 1.8% of all priests have engaged in pedophile acts. Higher rates exist in public schools. So you're directing your anger in the wrong direction. Try again.
    Look pal, if you want to stick up for child molesters,
    knock yourself out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar View Post
    Look pal, if you want to stick up for child molesters,
    knock yourself out.
    Aren't we getting ridiculously off-topic?
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    Hey, not bad, Jaguar; you've established yourself as an offical TypologyC troll in less than 200 posts.

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