challenging religious privilege in public life

Abuse in the Church


Europe’s sectarian wars lasted forever

Corruption in the medieval Catholic Church triggered the Reformation, a never-ending bloodbath of Catholic-Protestant wars in Europe.

The Conversion of Europe

The conversion of Europe is conditioned in modern thought by Christian stereotypes, spread by Christians in the intervening periods.

Christianity and the Nazis

Whenever one questions the role of Christianity during WWII, Christians will quickly respond by providing examples of heroic Catholics or Protestants.

From cultural genocide to the Dobbs decision, religious tyranny is America’s big bully

For decades, Catholic priests raped or molested Native American children who were taken from their homes by the U.S. government.

Christianity and its persecution of freethinkers

Until the Renaissance the Church was able, more or less, to enforce its monopoly of belief. But during the Renaissance, humanism flourished.

Holy Horrors: The medieval Catholic hierarchy

Popes, cardinals, archbishops, abbots, bishops, priests, and monks kept concubines and pocketed church wealth.

The Vatican’s Role in the Ratlines: Examining the Catholic Church’s Involvement in Nazi Escapes

The ratlines were established by the Catholic Church, particularly the Vatican, and were used to help high-ranking Nazi officials escape Europe.

Christian Vandalism in Europe

The true torchbearers during the Dark Ages were Arabs, Jews, heretics and pagans who kept alive pre-Christian teachings.

How the Catholic Church was largely responsible for the Dark Ages

Greek literature was preserved in the Greek Byzantine Empire, and was conveyed to Europe by the Jews and Moors.

Some examples of Christian Persecution of Philosophers

As soon as they had the power to do so, Christians destroyed books of philosophy. This is why so little pagan philosophy has survived.