Unequal ends — 4 Comments

  1. That the refusal to bury suicides was about the church’s belief that it had the right to determine a person’s destiny; that the sacraments were exercised as a form of societal control; that for its history since the time of Constantine, the church has frequently exercised oppressive and exploitative power over people’s lives; that by medieval times, the church is unrecognizable as anything that might be connected with a carpenter from Nazareth; that the church has not repented of that history and still clings as much as possible to worldly things; the list goes on.

    Sorry, Protestant prejudice!

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