Science And The Pope

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19 Responses to Science And The Pope

  1. steve case says:

    Good one. It’s late in the day for first chuckle of the day but it gets the nod.

  2. garyh845 says:

    Outstanding. Going to get a lot of mileage out of this one. Thanks Tony – thanks Michael Ramirez.

    One of my old favorites – sorry about the quality – but it’s been posted on my wall for about 20 years.

  3. Johansen says:

    a great many professional Churchmen do not believe in God, either, unless by “god” you mean “nature” or “the laws of nature”

    • Gator says:

      The only survey I have seen was of Anglican clergy, at it was 2%. But even Mother Theresa admitted to having doubts at times, that is why it is called, and not science. The questioning is integral.

      As an aside, it sure shows that Christians are much more honest than “climate experts”.

      • Gator says:

        Wow! The iPhone demons are out this morning! LOL

      • Johansen says:

        You don’t have “faith in faith”, you have “faith in the evidence”, as it is presented by Christianity’s early adherents AND foes. Christianity makes very specific claims; it’s not so much a new moral standard as it is a statement, or collection of statements, about its founder. It’s moral standards were held by 1st century Jews, of course, but equally as much by stoics like Marcus Aurelius, who despised early Christianity, and even by Plato. That’s why Natural Law, so called, is often invoked as an argument for the existence of God.

        • Gator says:

          Where did I say “faith in faith”. It’s simply faith.

          • Johansen says:

            Please disregard, Gator. I’m getting sucked into this blog when I have a S-L of work to do. Basically, the net-net of it is that the Pope is doing a lot of damage, and I’m basically one of those nuts who thinks the science-faith debate is a false dichotomy. Both should be, and can be, a search for objective truth based on the evidence at hand. It just makes me irritated, that’s all. Nothing personal

          • Gator says:

            Agreed. Faith can go in many different directions, but it should always be a search for truths. The same is also true for science.

      • Gary Lockhart says:

        No “h” in Teresa.

  4. Anon says:

    Off topic, but this just came out on Fox News, October 21, 2018:

    The Truth about Global Warming

    Phony parameterized models, house of cards, Obama political agenda, only model that is correct is the Russian model, bogus EPA endangerment finding, selectively cropping data periods to produce desired slopes, etc …

    https://youtu.be/fA5sGtj7QKQ

  5. Mr GrimNasty says:

    Wikileaks exposed Obama era infiltration of the Vatican and influence over policies like climate change. Some in the church believe conservative Pope Benedict XVI’s resignation was engineered by an unholy alliance of Obama/Soros/Clinton, so that he could be replaced by the ‘globalist left mouthpiece’ Francis. It wouldn’t surprise me, I can’t find the actual quote, but there was a boast which essentially said that they had their men in the Vatican and the Pope was their man now.

    • arn says:

      Former top communist and Whistleblower Bella Dodd already revealed in the 50ies that she met with several high ranked bishops of the vatican who were Communists.

      So that’s nothing new.
      Benedict on the other side was as a little boy member of the Hitler youth as this was mandatory for infants.
      As he refused to kiss islams ass((instead he pointed out that muslims are killing christians by 100k++ each and every years))
      and no globalisation or agw zealot
      he had a choice between “a huge trump-style shitstorm” and damage for the church or step down.
      The new pope was not just running around with people like videla during dictatorship in argentinia((made in USA btw,and Argentine never recovered from the debts the dictatorship made at US Banks))
      he was also accused for years to be a traitor and sellout by a fellow jesuit.

      Considering the unique circumstances it was easy for people to predict
      he is another globalist prick like barack.

      • Phil. says:

        Former top communist and Whistleblower Bella Dodd already revealed in the 50ies that she met with several high ranked bishops of the vatican who were Communists.

        So that’s nothing new.

        Members of the Communist party?
        Have you actually read Christ’s teachings?

        • Colorado Wellington says:

          Yeah, Jesus Christ preached class warfare. He set up Gulag camps to exterminate his opponents and create his kingdom on earth.

          You are a genius, Phil.

        • arn says:

          Phil-
          Bella Dodd indeed read Christs teachings:
          that’s why she left communism and became a christian.

          I am non religious btw nor from christian origin
          nor do i have ever heard that a single pope
          or the church of england promoted stuff like Marx.
          The same with the orthodox church of Russia(now and in the past).

          You just need to read about the ten planks of marxism and you will find that 3 of them are fascist to the core.

          There is a reason why communists like mussolini so easily converted to fascism
          as national socialism(fascism) is just the little brother of international socialism(communism)
          as can be seen in Hitlers free health care,free kindergarden,free education.
          And i’ll take fascism over communism any time as it is the lesser of 2 evils,killed in an entire world war less people.
          The same why i’ll take bush over obama.
          Bush will always create resistence as it is obvious how he is,while Obama could kill 10* more people and still face less than 10% of resistance bush will face,as he is hiding his crimes behind good intentions.

  6. MGJ says:

    Not so long ago, wits would ironically inquire “Is the Pope Catholic!?”

    Nowadays it seems reasonable to question whether he is even a Christian. His two major areas of interest appear to be left-wing politics and Islam. Or perhaps he thinks the persecution and murder of Christians around the world is good for their souls.

    • arn says:

      I predicted the day he became pope that this would no longer be just a rhetorical question.
      I even swored to a specific bodypart of his that he is not.

      So far my crazy predictions are far far more than all Climate Change predictions combined.

  7. Bill_W says:

    CAGW is their religion.

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