Skip to comments.Columbus brought Christianity to the New World
Posted on 10/12/2020 3:05:29 PM PDT by CondoleezzaProtege
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“There’s a lack of nuance in the anti-Columbus day narrative” (written by a descendant of both Columbus and Aztec emperor Montezuma II) :
Christopher Columbus and the Bible (2nd article):
That is probably the real reason why his statue had to come down.
“He also introduced the indigenous people to the practice of Catholicism, although sometimes it was done by force.”
This summary will work for the core readers.
But of course his statue had to come down.
My Jewish friend in the south was shocked when I told her they are tearing down people like CC, she thought it was only confederate heroes.
The unusual signature of
On the Nina and the Santa Maria
Another reason for the Godless Maoists to hate Columbus.
The leftists would have you believe that the New World was a paradise on earth. The truth is that Native Americans had every vice that the Europeans did including slavery, human sacrifices, cannibalism, murder, genocide and war.
That’s what I heard last night on a radio show.
Columbus recorded in his diary on the trip that one of his goals was to spread the gospel.
He was not trying to prove the earth was round.
School at Valladolid, Columbus, and American Indians
Columbus brought Christianity to the New World and barbecue if you believe the cannibal stories...
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***The leftists would have you believe that the New World was a paradise on earth.***
A Paradise on earth it was! All the natives got along well and did nothing but the Happy Dance till the Evil White Man showed up! Here is my short list of how peaceful it was.
List of massacres.
And the younger people were bored to death.
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