You are undermining the authority of
Church leaders through all your criticism!
Your writing will mislead
many simple people!
Didnt Jesus say that those who give scandal to
little ones should be thrown into the ocean with a millstone round their
necks! (Matthew 18,6)
Loyal dissenters have often been killed
for their courage, it's no different in the Church.
In the end, it's the
Church who suffers.
Dissenters should be
Keep using the millstones, I say.
For the common good of
the Church, no mercy should be shown to individuals!
The common good, heh?
Let me tell you a story!
On October 22, 1707, Admiral Sir Clowdesley Shovell returned to England
from a battle in the Mediterranean with five warships. At the time
navigation was still difficult. Because of a heavy fog it was not easy to
determine the fleets exact location. But after consulting the captains of
the five ships, he set on a course due East. One seaman with a lot of
experience calculated a different location. The course taken was risky. He told
the admiral. Contradicting a superior was considered insurrection in the
Royal Navy. The man was promptly hanged. A few hours later the fleet ran
onto the rocks of the Scilly Isles just west of England. Three ships were
totally wrecked. More than 2000 sailors and soldiers died, including Admiral
Clowdesley himself. Dont you think the wrong man was hanged?
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