As far as I know there's no evidence that Goebbels was himself a victim.
I meant to suggest that some think he was a victim. I really don't know myself. It would fit though.
The programme was short-lived and initiated as a propaganda campaign on the heels of Mit brennender Sorge in order to de-fuse its impact, heels of Mit brennender Sorge in order to de-fuse its impact, and failed to uncover very many cases of abuse
That's really because there isn't a lot of child abuse really in the catholic church in the first place. Yes, there's significant cases, and yes some of the things catholics have done to kids and women is awful, but really catholic churches aren't rape houses like Bill Maher makes them out to be.
Still, Joseph Gobbels had a grudge, which leads some to think he was raped. I'll talk more about it later if you're interested.
Agreed. It's an instance of the "no true Scotsman" fallacy. Besides which, if failing to keep the Ten Commandments disqualified anyone from being Christian, there wouldn't be any Christians left.
But we probably should try to define "Christian"; I'm not sure everyone means the same thing by it.
I went to a Baptist church that accepted gays. I'm sure many would think they were anti-Christian and what not.
Anyway, here's my last responses to Emperor Ing, who I think I really offended.
The book IS evidence
Okay, but come on, you can't think of any modern examples to justify your statement on modern atheist?
Like I said, in regards to the atheism as a religion:
1) Scientists/atheistic materialists say they don't believe in undefinable concept "God"
There's scientist who believe in God.
4) Atheistic scientists/atheistic materialists believe in undefinable concept "truth"
So you don't believe in truth? You believe in fantasy?
You can see this in people like Carl Sagan or Richard Dawkins, vehement atheists
Carl Sagan said:
Sagan, however, denied that he was an atheist: "An atheist has to know a lot more than I know." In reply to a question in 1996 about his religious beliefs, Sagan answered, "I'm agnostic." Sagan maintained that the idea of a creator of the universe was difficult to prove or disprove and that the only conceivable scientific discovery that could challenge it would be an infinitely old universe.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carl_sagan ... nd_beliefs
So I'm taking a page out of your book, mostly out of necessity, and not continue to address you on this manner. It seems you're really trying to offend me, but seriously, just think out your arguments and ideas more clearly and more based on facts and then we can have a good discussion.
C'ya later alligators.