Malki Tzedek
RIP Professor Stark. His books clearly, and definitively, shone an intense spotlight on the lies still peddled by educators, 'experts', and, most pathetically, many clergy. An historian par excellence. May our Lord judge his honorable efforts favorably on his behalf in the hereafter.
Malki Tzedek
I have no quibble with the orthodoxy, however, I leave all judgements to God. Jesus commanded us to love, forgive, and pray for one another. He did not limit it to our faith brethren or the living. I can do no less.
philosopher
RIP Dr. Stark, a gentleman, first class scholar and seeker of truth.
philosopher
He didn't remain an atheist, but became a Christian at the age of 60. Perhaps, with all of his scholarship devoted to defending the Catholic faith, he converted just before he died.