**So, he sets fire to the place and leaves, gets on his horse, takes out his sword, and heads out to destroy as many of these violence worshipping abominations as possible.**
This is very strange. Care to explain further? Why would this happen?
It kind of reminds of a story about a drunk that wanders into a church, sees a crucifix with a figure attached to it and listens a bit to the pastor speak of Christ’s death...looks at the cross again and says rather loudly..”yeah but preacher are you shhhure that’shh the right man you’re talkin’ about up there....” before collapsing into a stupor(pungently I might add).
Context is what is important....lots of people died on a Roman cross,; only one resurrection of a sinless man who was God in flesh has ever occured!