Friday, March 17

St. Patrick was BAPTIST!

I found this link on the DCF boards I freqent. Apparently, according to the article of this web site, L.K. Landis, St. Patrick was actually Baptist!

7 Comments:

At 4:13 PM, Blogger Jeannette said...

Wishful thinking, I suspect!

 
At 4:40 PM, Blogger EHa said...

I read the story and still don't get it - do they really mean it??? Or is it just satire?

 
At 7:25 PM, Blogger C S said...

Considering that the first reliably historically documented Baptist congregations didn't occur until the 17th century, I don't see how a man from the 4th century could have been a Baptist. Incidentally most Baptists also think the first Baptist Church was founded by the Apostles in Jerusalem, but the historical record just doesn't back it up.

 
At 7:31 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

This is more crap from the Missionary Baptist Church. They are not the same as your typical Baptist Churches. They acually believe that they are the church founded by Jesus, not the Catholic Church. For more interesting reading and the source of most anti-catholism, google "Trail of Blood"

Thanks for the laugh though. I like your site and conversion story.

Jack

 
At 6:20 AM, Anonymous "omis" said...

If St. Patrick was a Baptist, then I'm a Unitarian!

 
At 8:42 AM, Anonymous Celticcherokee said...

I'm glad this makes some laugh, but I am so offended on behalf of Mother Church and our Lord that it makes me cry.
I know it's just ignorance, [and perhaps even the devil at work,] but when I think of the poor souls being led astray, it breaks my heart.
This is an intention for St Jude! St Patrick, pray for us!
blessing to all~

 
At 8:45 AM, Anonymous Celticcherokee said...

Another note-- Part of the ignorance is the misunderstanding of Catholic missionaries. This writer, along with many other protestants, are ignorant of the early Church and how it was spread. They think they have a monopoly on evangelizing.

 

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