Clarification on post (June 3rd 2013) about mass execution in 1886

It has been drawn to our attention that we need to make it clear that the men who were executed in 1886, were Roman Catholics, and not Bible-believing Christians.

Yes, they were Roman Catholics, and the RC religion teaches many unbiblical doctrines.
However, there is no denying the courage of those executed, and, it is possible that they were truly converted to Christ, in spite of the unbiblical teachings of the RC religion.

We trust we have clarified our position.

5 thoughts on “Clarification on post (June 3rd 2013) about mass execution in 1886

    • An individual who knows us sent an e-mail to us, concerned that our post might give the impression that we are ecumenical, because the men we commended were Roman Catholics. We are not ecumenical but we still felt we needed to reassure this person by posting a clarification.

      • You are dyed-in-the-wool bigots. ……………. go do some real good in this world instead of finding fault with everything and everyone. Better still, do it and dont write about it! you two are shameless finger-pointing, judgemental self promoters. You both are too miserable to live and why you bother living is beyond us.

        • Bigot: “a person who is utterly intolerant of any differing creed, belief, or opinion.”

          Sounds like P&M and his ilk to me.

          P&M continue to make ad hominem attacks rather than address our arguments – proving that he/she/it has lost the debate. And it continues to be judgmental about us while calling us judgmental. Typical illogic of reprobates.

      • I see.

        Well I have to admit that there are many people who are bigoted against Catholic people just because of Catholic teaching. Like I said, I’ve known many good Christians in the RCC in spite of their teaching. Many end up leaving the RCC, but many have also been so deceived as to think all the burdens of RCC tradition are important. Others I know stay with the RCC to be with family.

        I think people need to understand that individual Catholics have to be taken differently than the RCC as an organization.

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