A History of Christianity
A page-by-page criticism of Paul Johnson's horror story
By Michael Roll
A History of Christianity by Paul Johnson was published in 1976 by Weidenfeld & Nicholson.
"Of all the tyrannies that affect mankind, tyranny in religion is the worst; every other species of tyranny is limited to the world we live in, but this attempts to stride beyond the grave, and seeks to pursue us into eternity." (Thomas Paine)
The Church and the State are established in Great Britain. It is against the law to tell the truth in our schools, on the air waves, and in the press. A handful of religious tyrants, working through the highly efficient religious affairs departments, make sure the academic criticism contained in this booklet never comes to the attention of the people. Great Britain is a religious tyranny, all philosophical thought is censored.
Be warned - If you obtain A History of Christianity from the library, then you will need a very strong stomach, especially when you find out what the priests and their academic allies have done to the trusting minds of little children in order to 'defend their faith' and therefore keep themselves in the manner to which they are accustomed. There is one thing that people who have something to hide fear more than anything else, and that is public opinion. There is only one way to defend a supernatural faith, and that is to make sure the truth is never presented to the masses. Torturing the mind is a far greater crime than torturing the body. Northern Ireland and the Middle East stand as monuments to that statement.
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