If there weren’t otherwise good ordinary people who believe this sort of rubbish we could just dismiss it. But, it’s dangerous because this line of thinking does deceive otherwise good, ordinary people. All one has to do is tell what will make one’s case and leave out anything that won’t.
For example, the author starts out by telling us JPII was loved by the whole world, which makes him suspect in their eyes. We know this isn’t the case. Why, if everybody loved him did the KJB back the assassination attempt on his life? Why were so many articles written to bash him from the liberal left when he made decisions they didn’t like? I could go on and on here.
No matter what the pope did or said, they would have to find fault with it. Hardly a Christian way of evaluating the life and ministry of anyone, Christian or non-Christian.