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Bishop Williamson lashes out against the Jews again

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Keble said:
The only online translators I found produced varying levels of incoherency, and I'm unwilling to take on faith a translation from a conspiracy site. I take it by this you found the article by tracing things back from one of those sites?
Being neither an conspiracy theory adherent, a Mason, an anti-Semite or a Zionist, I will settle for the determination of the Nobel Committee, the weight of recognized academic opinion within the study of history and the fact the Archons of St. Andrew would not presume to honor an individual with the Patriarch Athenagoras Humanitarian Award under false pretenses. (While it will merely 'fuel' the fervor of the conspiracy minded folks out there, I should not that the Archons ranks include at least one former CIA director, many other high ranking current or former American government officials and numerous academics. This will likely only convince those who would prefer to believe uncorroborated hearsay because it fits into their preconceived nothions, but such is the way of the world. )
 

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podkarpatska said:
Keble said:
The only online translators I found produced varying levels of incoherency, and I'm unwilling to take on faith a translation from a conspiracy site. I take it by this you found the article by tracing things back from one of those sites?
Being neither an conspiracy theory adherent, a Mason, an anti-Semite or a Zionist, I will settle for the determination of the Nobel Committee, the weight of recognized academic opinion within the study of history and the fact the Archons of St. Andrew would not presume to honor an individual with the Patriarch Athenagoras Humanitarian Award under false pretenses. (While it will merely 'fuel' the fervor of the conspiracy minded folks out there, I should not that the Archons ranks include at least one former CIA director, many other high ranking current or former American government officials and numerous academics. This will likely only convince those who would prefer to believe uncorroborated hearsay because it fits into their preconceived nothions, but such is the way of the world. )
The weight of recognized academic opinion is that God doesn't exist. Just saying…
 

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Jonathan Gress said:
podkarpatska said:
Keble said:
The only online translators I found produced varying levels of incoherency, and I'm unwilling to take on faith a translation from a conspiracy site. I take it by this you found the article by tracing things back from one of those sites?
Being neither an conspiracy theory adherent, a Mason, an anti-Semite or a Zionist, I will settle for the determination of the Nobel Committee, the weight of recognized academic opinion within the study of history and the fact the Archons of St. Andrew would not presume to honor an individual with the Patriarch Athenagoras Humanitarian Award under false pretenses. (While it will merely 'fuel' the fervor of the conspiracy minded folks out there, I should not that the Archons ranks include at least one former CIA director, many other high ranking current or former American government officials and numerous academics. This will likely only convince those who would prefer to believe uncorroborated hearsay because it fits into their preconceived nothions, but such is the way of the world. )
The weight of recognized academic opinion is that God doesn't exist. Just saying…
???

(That's an invitation for clarification, btw  ;))
 

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J Michael said:
Jonathan Gress said:
podkarpatska said:
Keble said:
The only online translators I found produced varying levels of incoherency, and I'm unwilling to take on faith a translation from a conspiracy site. I take it by this you found the article by tracing things back from one of those sites?
Being neither an conspiracy theory adherent, a Mason, an anti-Semite or a Zionist, I will settle for the determination of the Nobel Committee, the weight of recognized academic opinion within the study of history and the fact the Archons of St. Andrew would not presume to honor an individual with the Patriarch Athenagoras Humanitarian Award under false pretenses. (While it will merely 'fuel' the fervor of the conspiracy minded folks out there, I should not that the Archons ranks include at least one former CIA director, many other high ranking current or former American government officials and numerous academics. This will likely only convince those who would prefer to believe uncorroborated hearsay because it fits into their preconceived nothions, but such is the way of the world. )
The weight of recognized academic opinion is that God doesn't exist. Just saying…
???

(That's an invitation for clarification, btw  ;))
Nah, I just like stirring the pot. ;)

But on a serious note, no I am not certain that most academics don't believe in God. It just seems that way to me after spending six years in grad school…
 

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Jonathan Gress said:
J Michael said:
Jonathan Gress said:
podkarpatska said:
Keble said:
The only online translators I found produced varying levels of incoherency, and I'm unwilling to take on faith a translation from a conspiracy site. I take it by this you found the article by tracing things back from one of those sites?
Being neither an conspiracy theory adherent, a Mason, an anti-Semite or a Zionist, I will settle for the determination of the Nobel Committee, the weight of recognized academic opinion within the study of history and the fact the Archons of St. Andrew would not presume to honor an individual with the Patriarch Athenagoras Humanitarian Award under false pretenses. (While it will merely 'fuel' the fervor of the conspiracy minded folks out there, I should not that the Archons ranks include at least one former CIA director, many other high ranking current or former American government officials and numerous academics. This will likely only convince those who would prefer to believe uncorroborated hearsay because it fits into their preconceived nothions, but such is the way of the world. )
The weight of recognized academic opinion is that God doesn't exist. Just saying…
???

(That's an invitation for clarification, btw  ;))
Nah, I just like stirring the pot. ;)

But on a serious note, no I am not certain that most academics don't believe in God. It just seems that way to me after spending six years in grad school…
You have my deepest sympathies  ;D!

And....you're probably right, given the general state of our institutions of "higher" learning these days  :(.
 

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Yes, the institutes of higher education seem to be degenerating to that of dog-like behavior.

At one local institution, one professor urinated on the door of another professor.

Lord Jesus Christ, come and save us.

Back on topic:

Bishop Williamson would do far better if he were to keep his mouth shut, except to preach Christ's death and Holy Resurrection.
 

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Maria said:
Bishop Williamson would do far better if he were to keep his mouth shut, except to preach Christ's death and Holy Resurrection.
*All* bishops would do well to heed that advice.
 

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Maria said:
At one local institution, one professor urinated on the door of another professor.
Was the person who did such a gypsy from Romania?
 
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