To our Saints and Holies

To our Believers and their Saints and Holies

My dear saints, were Adolf Hitler and the National Socialists right, that only saints in heavens, meaning spirits lighter than air can be true saints at some end?

3 thoughts on “To our Saints and Holies”

  1. After death true holies ascend to heavens where they continue their lives as immaterial spirits, so they must be lighter than air or other matter.

  2. 1) Saints don’t die by suicide. From the Wikipedia article you cited today: “Others, however, see it as a case of Jewish radicals refusing to compromise, resorting instead to suicide and the murder of their families, both prohibited by Rabbinic Judaism.” (Wikipedia: Siege of Masada)

    2) Adolf Hitler was anti-Christian. “The wide consensus of historians consider him to have been irreligious, anti-Christian, anti-clerical and scientistic. In light of evidence such as his fierce criticism and vocal rejection of the tenets of Christianity, numerous private statements to confidants denouncing Christianity as a harmful superstition, and his strenuous efforts to reduce the influence and independence of Christianity in Germany after he came to power, Hitler’s major academic biographers conclude that he was irreligious and an opponent of Christianity.” (Wikipedia: Religious views of Adolf Hitler)

    3) Oh, and he was a mass murderer.

    Who’s going to become your next saint? Herod? Nero? Stalin? I think Jesus wants to have a word with you.

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