(J)ames 4:17 "Therefore to him that knoweth to do good, and doeth it not, to him it is sin." Rodrigo de Valer was a resident of Seville, being born in Lebrija. As a youth he lived a wicked, ungodly life. But after a long time of anguish and repentance for his past sins, he came to Christ and chose to serve him zealously. This consisted of him daily traveling through the streets of Seville disputing and debating with the priests and clergy, blaming them for the cause of all the corruption in the church and rebuking them, calling them, “Scribes” and “Pharisees,” whom he claimed were entirely given over to “superstition” and “idolatry.” At first the priests ignored him thinking him only to be crazy and a fool. But the more he persisted the more violent they become, demanding of him, just as the religious leaders did of Jesus in his day, “Who gave you the authority to talk about us like that?” Rodrigo answered back, “My authority is from the Holy Scriptures and the Holy Spirit of God!” As can be expected, Rodrigo eventually was called before the Spanish Inquisitors where he courageously spoke of the true Church, justification by faith, and other such things. The priests chose to let him go, but only after taking away all his earthly belongings, leaving him on the street, penniless. Still he persisted, and was later imprisoned in a religious jail, where he died of sickness around the year 1550, the victim of an intolerant religious organization. A BRIEF HISTORY OF THE SPANISH BIBLE I cursed God today. Out on the streets, as a man walking by mocked me, feigning to have compassion upon me, I cursed God. 'F You God'. If you're going to continue sending these 'feigners' of Yours, screw You!... That was what I was trying to say. Those that walked by acting coy were like the 'sent ones' of Him. Whether or not HE, God, was the One who sent such 'actors' of mercy and Love, I'm not sure... but whoever did, yup... not nice to feign care to any who actually are being killed for the feigning of such..