Cascioli says Righi, and by extension the whole Church, broke two Italian laws. The first is "Abuso di Credulita Popolare" (Abuse of Popular Belief) meant to protect people against being swindled or conned. The second crime, he says, is "Sostituzione di Persona," or impersonation.
"The Church constructed Christ upon the personality of John of Gamala," Cascioli claimed, referring to the 1st century Jew who fought against the Roman army.
Now if we could just get the people who say they believe in him to actually follow his teachings, that would be a good trick.
Meet me in Montana.
XOXO Jesus (H. Christ)
I find it as much an act of faith to believe in no god as to believe in one.
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