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Wednesday, 6 March 2013

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VATICAN CITY (Acme World News) -- The Vatican stated on its latest press release that Matthew Slick, founder of the Christian Apologetics and Research Ministry (CARM), is excommunicated due to his controversial articles on his website.

"Such religious prejudice! This will never be tolerated," one of the Vatican's spokespersons state during the press conference held last March 2, 2013. "These [literalists] think they're right because they interpret things way too literal," he added.

"Well, what he posted is the truth," stated one Evangelical who wishes to remain anonymous.

The essay in question is the one titled "Are Roman Catholics Christian?" which made the majority of Catholics angry due to its "literal interpretation of doctrines and false information."

Even some Christian denominations like the Jehovah's Witnesses and the Mormons made their own press conferences regarding Slick's excommunication. They stated that Slick and any other apologetic will be barred from entering their churches just for the purpose of "brainwashing."

However, as of this moment, Slick doesn't reply to our phone calls.

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