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A Tale of Two Popes …

A tale of two Popes Author: Adrian Salbuchi is a political analyst, author, speaker and radio/TV commentator in Argentina.(Emphasis added) Published time: December 23, 2014 16:47¬† Pope Francis (R) greets Emeritus Pope Benedict XVI before a mass in Saint Peter’s … Continue reading

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Inconvenient truths about Christianity (Part 1)

Here is the link to a news article for your consideration, entitled “The Final Battles of Pope Benedict XVI”: http://www.spiegel.de/international/europe/pope-benedict-focuses-on-legacy-while-ignoring-vatican-power-struggle-a-838830.html. The article pulls back the curtain of secrecy that historically protects the sitting pope and shows that there is “unrest” … Continue reading

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Inconvenient truth about Christianity (Part 2)

In my last post, I shared excerpts from Petrus Romanus by Thomas Horn and Cris Putnam. We saw from history that the Christianity spread by the original apostles and faithful disciples who risked — and often forfeited — their lives … Continue reading

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Inconvenient truth about Christianity (Part 3)

Here I sit again, wondering where to go with all of this. The historically verifiable facts are so staggering against¬†the Roman Catholic Church as an institution that I can’t possibly give my readers a complete summary of all the damage … Continue reading

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Inconvenient truth about Christianity (Part 4)

In my last post, I made the comment that the Jews were treated more humanely that Chrsitans who refused to align with Catholic dogmas. That was absolutely incorrect. I apologize for that error. In that instance I was so tired … Continue reading

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The Inconvenient Truth About Christianity (Part 5)

This will be my final post in this series. I recommend these books for your consideration: Petrus Romanus, The Final Pope Is Here by Thomas Horn and Cris Putnum (2012, IBSN 13: 9780984825615) and A Woman Rides The Beast by … Continue reading

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