DHK calls me to prejudice when it come to the Pamphlet known as trail of blood. Is it fact or fiction? I contend its fiction. So let me start analysising it here. While reading it I came across this statement in the introduction: The latest dating of Paulicians is found in 970 AD. So it is a questionable quote from 1160. Fraudulent possibly? We don't know a lot about this sect but we do know they accepted the gospels but rejected the OT. We also know they made a distinction between God of the Spirit world and the God of the Material world. And we know they rejected the incarnation. Not very baptist huh? Also I found this quote in the introduction: Well, the title of the quote is misleading because its bad latin. I have been informed that Catholic priest must know latin and definately a Cardnal would know some latin especially in the middleages and the document listing all of his works would be better titled Opera Omnia. So this quote is also fraudulent. Though this cardnal did exist he was probably misquoted. Or worse words were put in his mouth. I haven't even gotten to the body of work yet and am working my way through the introduction what other gems will I find?