…just go read it.
Look, I’m a married woman with a ton of kids.
Not only was I not born when these claimed events took place, but my parents had not yet met.
…and I’m supposed to believe that it’s credible, but never showed up for a really big, vulnerable target before?
via Moore Morality
A comment at Sarah’s blog:
I can’t even grasp the numbers.
If I could drape this blog in black crepe, I would today.
On October 25/ November 7, 1917, the Bolshevik Uprising began in St. Petersburg, Russia. The forces unleashed on that day a century ago led to some of the worst moments in the Twentieth Century, and the deaths of over 120,000,000 people. The inception of the Workers’ Paradise led to a mountain of skulls, and more lives stunted, warped, and twisted by suspicion and terror.
But not to worry. The next group will get Communism right this time.
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In the first century, Christians took such comprehensive care of their own that St. Luke remarked, “there were no needy persons among them.” During the plagues in the second and third century, Christians attended the needs of the sick and dying who had been abandoned by their pagan physicians and civil leaders. The Christian community went on to establish the first hospitals and orphanages such that, by the fourth century, the scope of their compassion attracted both the notice and ire of the Caesars.
The Injustice of Social Justice at Crisis Magazine.
For those who are “educated” as I am…. “Flavius Julian” is the guy you might know as “Julian the Apostate” from places like Under The Hood.
Short version? Imagine your most angry atheist– and this dude blew him out of the water.