Was the grand jury right or wrong to rule that no indictment should be brought against Wilson for shooting Brown dead?
Okay, now look at the riots in Ferguson.
Someone is hysterically wrong.
Okay, I don’t like politics,* but that isn’t what I’m looking at here. I’m looking at the way things unfold, and I’m relating it to this strange argument that the Bible is true because a bunch of people believed it (according to the very book that makes the claims in the first place). There was a siege of Christianity. So? Right now there is a siege of indignation swamping Ferguson: either the grand jury or the rioters are wrong.
Whipping up a frenzy isn’t actually difficult. Any dogma can get a following if it has a passionate enough leader. The spread of Christianity tell us nothing of the truth of the claims.
* and being British, I barely know anything about how this works.