Mad Max Wrote: 1 hour ago (8:32 AM)
(cont.) . . . (recall the resurrection of the body) and never teaches that the end justifies the means. 8. Prosecuting heresy was a way of preserving orthodoxy within one faith, Christianity, which then was not splintered as now. Heresy prosecutions did not target non-baptized persons. 9. Atheists during the 20th century proved themselves far more brutal and much more given to expediency than any secular or religious authority of the Middle Ages.
I fail to see any of your points, if god resurrects the body as it is in the ground, many of the early believers will be walking piles of dust? As for who the inquisition targets, her article says out that 30-40% of teenagers are falling away from their faith!