Indeed a great lesson to be learned here and most appropriate on Christ's Resurrection Day.
Who was the 'enlightened one' and who was the "fiction one'.
I wonder if he still thinks God is 'fiction".
Lyszczynski had read a book by Henry Aldsted entitled Theologia Naturalis, which attempted to prove the existence of divinity. But its arguments were so confused that Lyszczynski was able to infer many contradictions. Ridiculing Aldsted, Lyszczynski wrote in the book's margins the words "ergo non est Deus" ("therefore God does not exist").
enlightened Polish nobleman and philosopher Kazimierz £yszczyński
That is an oxymoran to be 'enlightened' and 'ridicule God existence'.
This was discovered by one of Lyszczynski's debtors, Jan Kazimierz Brzoska, who was the nuncio of Brest in Poland or a Stolnik of Bracławice or Lowczy of Brzesc. Brzoska, reluctant to return a great sum of money to him lent by Lyszczynski, accused the latter of being an atheist and gave the aforementioned work as evidence to Witwicki, bishop of Poznan.
God handled it from there.
the awe-inspiring "Blood Moon" lunar eclipse which occurred this weekend
Yup, there are five "Blood Moons" in this period with all of them falling on festival dates.
Prophesy being fulfilled.