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Even atheists should welcome Benedict’s visit

Sunny day in Rome: Pope Benedict XVI wears his red Saturn hat , named after the ringed planet Saturn, at the end of the weekly general audience in St. Peter's Square at the Vatican on June 9, 2010. Photo by Eric Vandeville/ABACAPRESS.COM Photo via Newscom

Despite his uncuddly image, the pope has a message for believers and deniers alike.

You know the world’s natural order has settled down again when the Free Church of Scotland has voiced its disapproval of a papal visitation.

Several months have elapsed since it was announced that Benedict XVI would be embarking on a pilgrimage to Britain, yet in vain have I waited for them to denounce this man of perdition. There hasn’t even been a reference to the whore of Rome, nor hint of Beelzebub’s Footstool. In the name of the half-shut tabernacle door, what has been afflicting the Free Kirk, my favourite other Christian denomination? > more.


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This entry was posted on June 14, 2010 by in bible, christian, christianity, church, Faith, god, Jesus, life, politics, Religion, theology and tagged , , , , , , , , .



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