Well, you know that of you commit the sin of incest, you go to hell, right? Well, according to the bible, we are all from the same two people: Adam and Eve. So wouldn’t that make us all related? Yes. So we’re all going to hell for being instesuous. Yay.
Saint John Thwing is the patron saint of Women in difficult labor. Is the name a coincidence?
In one state (so sorry I can’t remember which), a committee for science standards defined “Science” for that state. In part of that definition, it mentioned that their have been problems with Darwinian Theory, however, it said “This is not saying that Intelligent design should be tought in the classroom.”
In a 1631 edition of the King James Bible, in Exodus 20 verse 14, the word “not” was left out. This changed the 7th commandment to read, “Thou shalt commit adultery.” Most of the copies were recalled immediately and destroyed on the orders of Charles I. But there are 11 copies still remaining. They are known as the “Wicked Bible.” (The Bible museum in Branson, Missouri has one on display.) The printer was fined the equivelant of $400.
It took the Catholic church until 1992 to admit that Galilio was right.
All religions, including christianity, but with the exception of strong Asian religions, such as Buddhism, have ties to Paganism. Strong Pagan ties can be seen in the early stages of christianity, around medieval times (1400s).
I find this fact very intriguing as christians like to believe that their religion is the one and only true way to happiness and life after death.
In Leonardo Da Vinci’s famous painting “The Last Supper,” if you look to the right of Jesus (your left) you can see a person leaning away from Jesus. This is supposedly Mary Magdaline, who is not a whore, and might be married to Jesus. Want a bit of evidence? the gap in between Mary Magdaline and Jesus makes a / shape. This was the original symbol for the female. Coincidence? I think not.
Have’nt you ever thought that there was just too many religions for all of them to be true? well I have…
In the Jewish Prayer book for Passover – the name Moses doesn’t appear at all.
St. Isidore of Seville is the patron saint of computers and the Internet. Who says the One True Church is an archaic, lumbering beast? I’m guessing the pope primarily uses his computer for e-cards and kazaa.