Consider Christian history. There have been literally hundreds of wars started or inflamed by Christian intolerance.
Accused women were stripped by inquisitor priests who searched their bodies for "witch marks" where they allegedly suckled demons.
It is clear the sexual abuse of women, children and vulnerable adults has been normalised in Catholic clerical culture.
If you believe Catholic Church leaders, you might easily imagine that the Nazis were a confederation of atheists and neo-pagans.
A Chilean prosecutor found it necessary to raid Church premises after access to pertinent information was denied by the Vatican.
The Catholic Church in Illinois withheld the names of at least 500 priests accused of sexual abuse of minors, the state’s attorney general says.
While Christianity wasn’t the sole catalyst for the Holocaust, there is no doubt that Christianity set the stage for the Holocaust to happen.
According to Amnesty International, the US Conference of Catholic Bishops intend to ban all abortion and birth control.
Until into the 1990s, doctors, nuns and priests in Spain allegedly stole newborn babies and sold them to couples hoping to adopt.
Until the Renaissance the Church was able, more or less, to enforce its monopoly of belief. But during the Renaissance, humanism flourished.