130304.2 Why, in the XXI century, Religions are not Treated as Businesses ?

John Nish
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1 second ago ( 4:45 PM)
The RCC, and every Church, should prove their core statements, as every decent business.

Otherwise, they are simply some other sellers of “miracle products”.

In any, case, they should be treated as any other business.

Why, in the XXI century, religions are treated as organizations with too many privileges ?
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John Nish
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1 second ago ( 4:40 PM)
I would like to see a Pope that confess that all the things about Jesus, as by example he being a God, son of a virgin, a Christ, were simple and profitable inventions of Paul.

The Church was too rich as soon as the year 313.

The invention of Hell and Heaven, the pardon of some sins, the future 2nd coming of Christ, were quite profitable.
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John Nish
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1 second ago ( 4:34 PM)
I bet that the next Pope will exactly the same as the ex-Pope B16,…. except by his physical. Same X century mind in other body, I mean. Maybe some other skin color, or something as superficial as that.

I guess that no Cardinal will be touched by any government, in this year. No clarification will be made about any fundamental concept, etc. In other words, the Church will continue to be exactly the same “great” business as it has been for centuries. No deep change, Any true change and would disappear. My guess.
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