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CRUEL CHRISTIANS


During the Spanish conquest of Mexico under Hernando Cortez in the early 1500s, a resistance leader named Hatney was captured after a fierce battle and sentenced to be burned alive. After tying him to the stake, his captors urged him to become a Christian so that at his death his soul might be given an entrance into heaven. He asked his tormentors if they expected to go to this place. On being told that they did, he cried out, "Then I will not be a Christian, for I would not again go to a place where I would find men so cruel!"


(H. V. Lugt, Our Daily Bread. From a sermon by Gerald Flury, Looking Good - Being An Attractive Christian, 8/2/2011)

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