The Church throughout the millennia has revealed the inside contradictions, denials, and positions not always manifested openly in order not to lose support.
He has often suggested a picture of himself to the faithful who did not correspond to the truth, showed the faces and the truth to which he did not believe her even more.
Even in its highest offices, the skepticism of certain divine dynamics revealed an unimaginable hypocrisy on the part of those who would have to make a fundamental element of his Christian lifestyle.
They then doubted their God and His only Son Jesus Christ.
Here’s what some famous Popes declared around the figure of Christ.
POPE BONIFACE VIII (1235-1303)
The gospel teaches more lies than truth: a virgin birth is absurd; the son of the incarnation of God is ridiculous; the dogma of transubstantiation is madness. The amount of money that the FABLE OF CHRIST has made the priests is incalculable. (These words spoken by Pope Boniface VIII were also reported by the scholar and historian Jean Villani in his “Chronicle” written during the Jubilee in Rome in 1300).
Pope Leo X (1513-1521)
He declared to Cardinal Bembo: “We all know what the fable of Christ has been of benefit to us and our closest followers.” Vatican Archives, Corr. Leo X, Vol. 3 ° Shelf 41
Pope Paul III (1534-1549)
Declaration by Mendoza, the Spanish ambassador to the Vatican: “Christ is none other than the sun worshiped by the Mithraic cult and Jupiter Ammon represented in paganism in the form of mutton and lamb. His incarnation and resurrection are taken from Mitra, as well as the worship of the Magi. Mithra and Jesus are the same person, no valid historical document exists to support the existence of Christ and my belief is that it never existed.