Well, the child-molester-coddling con artist d/b/a “Pope Benedict XVI” didn’t say it in so many words, but given his crime syndicate’s track record with Galileo (not to mention the millions of people said syndicate murdered during the Inquisition), I thought I’d translate it for him:
Stephen Hawking is wrong, Pope Benedict XVI said Thursday – God did create the universe.
The pope didn’t actually mention the world-famous scientist, who argues in a book published last month that the laws of physics show there is no need for a supreme being to have brought the world into existence.
In fact, Benedict specifically praised – and blessed – science and scientists in an address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences.
But he also made clear that part of the role of science is to reveal God in the universe.
He added that he praises baseball, but wanted it known that the role of baseball is to score touchdowns. After his speech, he dined on a dinner of jumbo shrimp at an exclusive gathering of gay Republican members of U.S. military intelligence.