Do you mean the surviving remnant of native Americans and Australians who were deprived of their land and rights and forcibly "converted" to christianity?
Surely some religions and spiritualities teach love. I think of reconciliation with first peoples.
Mother Theresa of Calcutta, charities, CFAN going from Germany, once military, to Africa and loving pagans and Muslims, appealing to them to love Jesus.I repeat, all religions teach you to despise all the others. And you have just given the perfect example. "Loving" my arse.
Sure some people tragically love Jesus but hate His enemies. But that is not what Jesus wanted. The Christians are a different lot from the Muslims and Hindus."How odd of God to choose the Jews, but odder still are those who choose the Jewish God and spurn the Jews"
It seems the RCC finished with bad priests secretly just over thirty years ago, with the last reports of abuses seeming to stop then. But they were sluggish.On the contrary, there are civil and criminal prosecutions currently ongoing. "Sluggish" is a poor euphemism for "criminally complicit".
I don't hate Catholics and Anglicans. We fellowship. I get on with Buddhists and Muslims also.How awfully decent of you. No mention of Jews, Zoroastrians, Mormons, Jehovah's Witnesses, Adventists, Anabaptists....All of whom at some time have been or still are being persecuted by one or other, not for what they do, but for what they are.
I think instead of tolerate religion, embrace spirituality. Worship light and love and compassion and honour and wisdom. Instead of money and cars, and pleasures... which can lead to greed.If you can find a greed-free substitute for money,
The churches are conscientious and are able as a whole to repent. The church laws change.
Terms like Human and subhuman are 20th century ideas coming to fame in Nazi Germany. The churches refer to souls and the cross is for all of them. The medieval church was greatly in the wrong with some shining stars, the saints. And the revivalists.