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    [–] Silly Questions Saturday, February 16, 2019 HendersonDaRainKing 1 points ago in history

    That's fascinating to me. So, the Papal States and the Church were looked at as two separate things?

    Going to war against the Pope and the Papal States had nothing to do with the Church and faith?

    It's an amazing snap shot of secular thought and speration of church and state considering the time era. Or am I still not getting it?

    I'm surprised the Reformation didn't happen earlier.

    [–] Silly Questions Saturday, February 16, 2019 HendersonDaRainKing 1 points ago in history

    That's a good point; Many of these wars didn't need "reasons" as they were so disconnected.

    That being said, I'd love to find some documents of Charles VIII self righteously calling the Pope out for bad behavior and calling out a diseased church.

    [–] Silly Questions Saturday, February 16, 2019 HendersonDaRainKing 1 points ago in history

    I find it so weird that in such a non-secular time, they would drop all religious pretenses and unabashedly go to war with the Vicar of Christ.

    I get why/how feudalism would bring them into conflict with the Vatican.

    What I don't understand is how they reconciled the fact that they often fight their own church. How did they place this reality in their theology?

    [–] Silly Questions Saturday, February 16, 2019 HendersonDaRainKing 3 points ago in history

    I don't think that was always true. Are there not many examples of the church fighting wars that had nothing to do with competing Popes? For example, Italian War of 1494–1498.

    [–] Silly Questions Saturday, February 16, 2019 HendersonDaRainKing 15 points ago in history

    When the Catholic Church went to war against other Catholic Countries, how did both sides explain that. Like .. you are fighting your church. Yet a part of the church. I don't get it.

    [–] Man isn’t even in the Marines yet HendersonDaRainKing 2 points ago in iamverybadass

    Wait...you are allowed phones in basic?

    I went to bootcamp in '91. Man...just to be able to listen to music on a phone in the evening...it would have made bootcamp....not bootcamp.

    [–] Is this the bus to the morgue? HendersonDaRainKing 4 points ago in WTF

    The morph of weeeeeee into reeeeeee, applied to OP's story, made me laugh out loud in three waves of laugh attacks this early morning.

    [–] What is something you do alone for fun that 99% of people would considering boring? HendersonDaRainKing 15 points ago in AskReddit

    Gathering the courage? I do it all the time and I'm married with a family.

    All kinds of people do it. Pro tip: Go Sunday morning.

    [–] The original Batman Begins Teaser Trailer, where there is no hint of it being a Batman film until the very last seconds of the trailer HendersonDaRainKing 4 points ago in movies

    Personally, there will never be a better super hero franchise than this trilogy.

    The movies seemed to play off real collective social anxieties so well, too. Sadly, maybe too much.

    Realism Bat Detective. Best kind of Bat Detective.

    [–] Elizabeth Warren apologizes for calling herself Native American HendersonDaRainKing 1 points ago in neutralnews

    You like to talk about me alot more than I like to talk about Elizabeth Warren (or you for that matter)

    Yes...I get how the concentration can be diluted by using the average. I bet it's not as much as you think, btw.

    It's hilarious you think this means much of anything.

    The tribe was disgusted with the results of the DNA test and the fact Warren bragged about it as if it was a gotcha.

    As if your sticking point makes Elizabeth Warren Native American. At all. Millions of white people have more Indian DNA than Warren. Millions. Of. White.People.