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Wednesday, August 06, 2008

Antipope John E. Jones III anathematizes criticisms of Darwinism


In his Kitzmiller v. Dover encyclical, antipope John E. Jones III anathematized criticisms of Darwinism -- including intelligent design -- and excommunicated those who question Darwinism, including popes Benedict XVI and John Paul II and Cardinal Christophe Schonborn. Antipope Jones declared criticisms of Darwinism to be "breathtaking inanity" and said that organized religions are not "true" religions:

. . . .this much is very clear. The Founders believed that true religion was not something handed down by a church or contained in a Bible, but was to be found through free, rational inquiry. At bottom then, this core set of beliefs led the Founders, who constantly engaged and questioned things, to secure their idea of religious freedom by barring any alliance between church and state.

Antipope Jones also canonized Charles Darwin.

In another encyclical, antipope Jones dogmatically pontificated the answer to the question of how many angels can dance on the head of a pin.

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Blogger Larry Fafarman said...

The Kitzmiller decision was a pyrrhic victory for Darwinists -- it has practically no value as precedent but greatly increased the opposition to Darwinism.

Wednesday, August 06, 2008 5:23:00 PM  
Blogger Jim Sherwood said...

That's pretty good with Jones in his Pope's hat. Wait until Pope Benedict hears about what he's up to...

Wednesday, August 06, 2008 6:03:00 PM  
Anonymous Martian Buddy said...

There's nothing funnier than unintended self-parody.

Friday, August 08, 2008 8:17:00 AM  

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