Belfast Telegraph

Thursday 2 October 2014

Bishop reveals strange beliefs

Bishop Richard Williamson, who was recently re-instated by the Pope, denies that Jews were killed in gas chambers during the Holocaust, despite evidence from thousands of eye witnesses, some of whom are still alive today.



We also have visible evidence of Nazi gas chambers still preserved to this day.

Despite this, Bishop Williamson says there is no evidence or proof for what took place.

Contrast this with the bishop’s belief that Jesus Christ was the Son of God, despite the fact that there are no living eye witnesses, neither is there any evidence of any artefacts belonging to or connected to Jesus Christ.

Jesus left no works of carpentry or self-written documents and no archaeological remains have even been found to prove his existence.

Even the Biblical accounts of Jesus’ life were not written down until almost 100 years after his death.

No contemporary historian mentions him either.

There is ample evidence for millions of Jews being gassed during the Second World War, but there is no evidence for the God Bishop Williamson believes exists.

Tom Bamford

Lurgan

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