That cut & paste qualifies as spam.
It also has blatently false statements, such as
“The Bibles which were collected and burned by the Catholic Church in times pastnotably the Wycliff and Tyndale Bibleswere faulty translations, and therefore, were not the holy Word of God.”
They were not faulty. Tyndale’s was remarkably accurate, and many copies of Wycliffe were approved for the rich - just not for commoners. They were collected and burned (as were the folks producing them, when able) because they were accurate and meant for commoners. The Catholic Church was opposed to COMMONERS getting their hands on scripture. The rich could be controlled. The poor & middle class could not.
The spam also had nothing to do with the fact that the Council of Trent was the first binding statement on the canon, and that it punted on what ‘canon’ meant, refusing to decide if the Apocrypha (or the shorter list of books that were then termed deuterocanonical) had authority for doctrine.
Spam? You have been provided with detailed and laser-precise rebuttals and you call them “spam”! If you are unable to appreciate the depth of these arguments just say so. Why not just admit that the explanations are well beyond your intellectual grasp. I guess Aquinas and Benedict XVI whom TIME magazine has been referred to as the “theological Einstein of our time” are all misguided.
No offense intended, but that sounds more like an Occupy Wall Street rant than anything resembling actual history.