vile mohamadans provocation in cordoba spain
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(04-24-2010, 11:00 PM)Credo Wrote:
DesperatelySeeking Wrote:Where's El Cid when you need him?

Think twice about El Cid. He spent as much time fighting with Muslims against Christians as he did visa versa.

Since St. James is often brought up in threads such as these, how many people in all seriousness actually believe he came down from heaven and killed Moors in battle?

I tend to believe in miracles and Spain needed one then so yeah I do.
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(04-25-2010, 12:52 AM)Joshua Wrote: Like clockwork. Mohammedans are scorned on FE and here comes Credo and Alaric mounted atop their dromedaries to the rescue.
(04-24-2010, 11:00 PM)Credo Wrote: Think twice about El Cid. He spent as much time fighting with Muslims against Christians as he did visa versa.

He did not fight against Christians in as much as say King Henry V fought against Christians at the Battle of Agincourt. His campaigns against political enemies (who happened to be Christian, Moslem, etc.) were waged (with his Christian/Moor mixed army) for purely political or monetary gain. At no point did he frustrate the efforts of the various Reconquista campaigns in Iberia.

(04-24-2010, 11:00 PM)Credo Wrote: Since St. James is often brought up in threads such as these, how many people in all seriousness actually believe he came down from heaven and killed Moors in battle?

Do we actually believe that:

- the Virgin Mary appeared to three peasant children in Portugal concluding with the Sun dancing in the sky
- or that Saint Padre Pio could bi-locate
- or that Emperor Constantine on the eve of battle, looked up to the sun and saw a cross of light above it, and with it the Greek words "Εν Τούτῳ Νίκα".
- or that St. Joseph of Cupertino literally flew in the sky during periods of divine ecstasy
- or that St. Winifred of Wales lived for decades after being be-headed and miraculously re-attaching her head.
- or that the Holy Ghost entered into St. Philip Neri's mouth in the form of a globe of fire and enlarging and literally inflaming his heart

... where do you wish to begin in discrediting or mocking the various miracles and pious legends deemed worthy of veneration by Holy Mother Church?

In Corde Regis Christe,
Joshua

I sometimes think Credo has some stock in headhunters. Either he is a Muslim or is a former Muslim. I cant see anyone defending that vile shit religion with such strength as Credo. Unless they have some reason.
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(04-24-2010, 11:00 PM)Credo Wrote: Since St. James is often brought up in threads such as these, how many people in all seriousness actually believe he came down from heaven and killed Moors in battle?

I do.

On the other hand, your disbelief is manifest in almost every post you make. Perhaps your inclination to play the Devil's Advocate has drawn you closer to Darkness than to Light.
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(04-25-2010, 07:36 AM)alaric Wrote: "Like clockwork. Mohammedans are scorned on FE and here comes Credo and Alaric mounted atop their dromedaries to the rescue."-Joshua

Rescue huh?

I call them as I see them, Alaric. Both you and Credo have a history of convoluting threads dealing with Moslems by compulsively shifting attention to other subjects or "other" enemies of the Church on a regular basis ... and I am certainly not the first or the only person on FE to have brought this to your attention.
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#25
I'm startin to wonder if credo should be called mullah.
Seems a more fitting and honest name
LoL
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(04-25-2010, 08:33 PM)devotedknuckles Wrote: I'm startin to wonder if credo should be called mullah.
Seems a more fitting and honest name
LoL

Osama Bin Credo?

or Mullah Credo Omar?

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#27
mullah credo omar

LOL
nice ring to it though

but for brevity sake
mullahs just fine
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#28
Mullah, Mawlana, Alim, Imam or Sheikh?
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#29
Well we can change it up u know depending on the post
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#30
Now, seriously, we shouldn't joke about this.

It seems Credo is being drawn to error and darkness. We should pray for him.
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