American missionary meets his maker

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Anaxagoras
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American missionary meets his maker

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He just wanted to tell the tribe about Jesus.

American missionary killed by remote tribe leaves behind diary: 'I hope this isn't one of my last notes'
An American missionary who traveled to an off-limits remote tribe in the Bay of Bengal left behind a diary that detailed his desire to evangelize the people who killed him.
Idiot. What he did was illegal because this is an isolated tribe that has lived like this for thousands of years. Also outsiders could bring in pathogens for which they have no immunity.
Rob Lister
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Anaxagoras wrote: Wed Nov 28, 2018 12:04 am ... bring in pathogens for which they have no immunity.
Well, that would be poetic.
Doctor X
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He needed better armor:



--J.D.
shemp
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He was just another Jesus-filled idiot.
Doctor X
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He did not have enough Faith.

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Witness
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Another idiot spreading his superstition similarly in trouble:
US missionary who engaged with reclusive Brazilian tribe could be charged with genocide

An American missionary spreading his beliefs to remote tribes in Brazil has been questioned over his contact with a previously isolated tribe and could be charged with genocide, according to reports.

Steve Campbell has been questioned over an illegal journey he made into the protected area in a remote part of the southern Amazon in Brazil. The area is occupied by the Hi-Merimã tribespeople.

Campbell is a missionary who receives funding from the Greene Baptist Church. He has been inhabiting indigenous land that is occupied by around 100 different tribes for the past month, according to reports. He was questioned by Funai, a local government body who investigate indigenous affairs.
https://www.nzherald.co.nz/world/news/a ... 79&ref=rss