I understand holding the Church accountable.
It is the depth to which arguments/stances go.
There’s no reason, explanation or fact that can be presented to appease the “quest-hunt.”
How were things handled differently by others during those times?
The Church was the voice of reason in the carnage that was the world.
Yes, some of her members abused the privilege and power that the Church enjoyed; still, the Church was the one organism that constantly sought to improve conditions by both holding her members at fault and procuring that society moved towards the development that we now enjoy.
While the Church maintained records and conducted trails, others simply razed their opposition into inexistence.
This is the argument that is not accepted.
Even today we have states and religious groups exploiting every possible venue to raze their opposition out of existence, yet, these “truth seekers” (as the blind, mute, deaf feminists) do not seek a response/change from today’s agents–ignoring the millions suffering today while seeking “justice” for the few that died in the past. What is the difference? Only the target.
If Islam were to cover the world and despots as N. Korea’s present dictator were to flourish, I suspect that these “seekers” would quickly turn against the extinct Church and blame her for not eradicating the culture of hatred and death that these would release onto the world.
It is not a balanced quest for Truth and Justice.