Pope Benedict now thinks he’s God, and forgives Jews for the murder of Jesus' in his new book
VATICAN CITY ITALY
Benedict has tackled one of the most controversial and critical issues in Christianity in a new book, making a sweeping exoneration of the Jewish people in the death of Jesus Christ.
In "Jesus of Nazareth," excerpts of which were released Wednesday, Benedict uses a biblical and theological analysis to explain why there is no basis in truth to claims that Jews as a whole were responsible for Jesus' death.
Interpretations to the contrary have been used for centuries to justify the persecution of Jews.
While the Vatican has long echoed Benedict's conclusion, Jewish scholars said the argument laid out by the German-born pontiff, who has had his share of missteps with Jews, was significant and would help fight anti-Semitism today.
“Sir Michael Black-Feather the English first minister, who was re-ordained on the 4th of January 2011, and now Archbishop to the free reformed Church of England said; “We can all forgive everyone and for everything, “But only God himself can forgive all those responsible for the murder Jesus, not a Pope, Priest, King, Queen or a man”.
The Pope has long been a delusional along with the rest of the catholic hierarchy, who give out forgiveness’s and absolutions very easily, which makes them feel better about themselves and their sinful ways, they have let go-on within their own church for years a paedophilia ring and then give those caught absolution “Not every sin can or will be forgive, and if the pope had bother to read the scriptures correctly he should or would know that?.
“But I suppose that would be an ecumenical matter”, Sir Michael said.