Early Americas

Footprints Of the First Americans?
Human settlers made it to the Americas 30,000 years earlier than previously thought, according to new evidence.  A team of scientists came to this controversial conclusion by dating human footprints preserved by volcanic ash in an abandoned quarry in Mexico.  They say the first Americans may have arrived by sea, rather than by foot.  From BBC

Religion in the New World
“The Spaniards in Mexico and Peru used to baptize Indian infants and then immediately bash their brains out; by this means they secured these infants went to heaven.  No orthodox Christian can find any logical reason for condemning their actions, although all nowadays do so.  In countless ways the doctrine of personal immortality in its Christian form has had disastrous effects upon morals.”  Bertrand Russell

“The second European explanation was a perceived divine approval, in which God removed the natives as part of His “divine plan” to make way for a new Christian civilization. Many native Americans viewed their troubles in terms of religious or supernatural causes within their own belief systems.”  From Wikipedia


3 Responses to Early Americas

  1. Kelly says:

    I think you’re stereotyping Christians to being on the extreme spectrums. Not everyone is to this extreme degree you speak of. Some are just seeking an understanding with a higher power…

  2. thewordofme says:

    Hi Kelly, thank you for your comment.

    I know.
    There is much more that will go on this page–time is so short right now.

  3. Karl says:

    Joe Ortiz’s “Secret” Blog !

    In fact, his “End Times Passover” blog of April 10th has more than one secret – and Ice, LaHaye, and Lindsey aren’t exactly happy because it reveals in living color what they are REALLY peddling! Please open his blog SLOWLY because it is unbelievably explosive since the lead story is titled “Pretrib Rapture Secrecy?”

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