It's obviousMay 16 2010 at 11:18 AM
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Response to its obvious
Yvonne, as you know, there was a time when the greatest minds the Church believed it was heresy to think Earth wasn't flat.
Copernicus was considered a heretic for teaching what today is a no-brainer for twelve year old children.
It was seen heresy to disagree with the Church's contention that God created planets like billiard balls and placed them throughout space.
Newton, to prevent being labeled a heretic and executed (a nice word for murder) had to agree with the ignorant Church, but was one of the Illuminati who knew better and had to meet in secret.
This kind of ignorance, almost all of it refuted by today's Church of Rome, was excusable during those ancient times...BUT NOT TODAY.
Being labeled a heretic or an atheist by the Nucc's of the world has come to be a complement.
The greater always includes the lesser, but the reverse is never true.