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Crux Ansata - H.G. Wells
« on: May 06, 2016, 04:55:23 PM »
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I think that it [the Church] stands for everything most hostile to the mental emancipation and stimulation of mankind. It is the completest, most highly organized system of prejudices and antagonisms in existence. Everywhere in the world there are ignorance and prejudice, but the greatest complex of these, with the most extensive prestige and the most intimate entanglement with traditional institutions, is the Roman Catholic Church. It presents many faces towards the world, but everywhere it is systematic in its fight against freedom.

H.G. Wells, Crux Ansata: An Indictment of the Roman Catholic Church


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The most evil institution in the world is the Roman Catholic Church.


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Roman Catholicism is a broken and utterly desperate thing, capable only of malignant mischief in our awakening world.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction
I. Why Do We Not Bomb Rome?
II. The Development Of The Idea Of Christendom
III. The Essential Weakness Of Christendom
IV. Heresies Are Experiments In Man's Unsatisfied Search For Truth
V. The City of God
VI. The Church Salvages Learning
VII. Charlemagne
VIII. Black Interlude
IXa. The Launching Of The Crusades By The Church
IXb. Christendom Marches East
X. A Catholic Gentleman of 1440
XI. Social Inequality In The 14th And 15th Centuries
XII. The Dawn Of Social Discontent
XIIIa. The Mental Atmosphere Before The Reformation
XIIIb. How Henry VIII Became A Protestant Prince
XIV. The Counter-Reformation
XV. The Jesuits
XVI. The Continual Shrinkage Of The Roman Catholic Church
XVII. The Struggle For Britain
XVIII. Shinto Catholicism
XIX. Roman Catholicism In America
XX. The United Christian Front
XXI. The Pretensions And Limitations Of Pope Pius XII
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