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You mean when the Church ignored Christ's teachings and burned people? Probably. Tom Send a noteboard - 18/02/2012 02:17:12 AM
We can agree on the corrupting influence of power on humans, and that the Church has taught that this corruption is inevitable.

Also, the fact remains that most Catholics in America are "American Catholics", even if you don't like the term or the substance that it signifies.
Political correctness is the pettiest form of casuistry.

ἡ δὲ κἀκ τριῶν τρυπημάτων ἐργαζομένη ἐνεκάλει τῇ φύσει, δυσφορουμένη, ὅτι δὴ μὴ καὶ τοὺς τιτθοὺς αὐτῇ εὐρύτερον ἢ νῦν εἰσι τρυπώη, ὅπως καὶ ἄλλην ἐνταῦθα μίξιν ἐπιτεχνᾶσθαι δυνατὴ εἴη. – Procopius

Ummaka qinnassa nīk!

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Jesus von Nazareth (Book I), by Joseph Ratzinger - 12/02/2012 12:52:30 AM 7130 Views
Do you know of any works by Ratzinger that directly address Ontological and Cosmological issues? *NM* - 12/02/2012 01:54:08 PM 571 Views
Not that I am aware of. - 12/02/2012 02:18:47 PM 1104 Views
Ah, that's a pity. - 12/02/2012 09:11:18 PM 1204 Views
Re: Jesus von Nazareth (Book I), by Joseph Ratzinger - 12/02/2012 11:11:45 PM 1295 Views
For the record, I was Catholic for the first 19 years of my life. - 12/02/2012 11:35:16 PM 1126 Views
That hardly counts: I'm talking about the degree to which one accepts the doctrines & perspective - 14/02/2012 12:59:08 PM 1151 Views
I meant that Paul refuted reincarnation. - 14/02/2012 01:59:06 PM 1035 Views
Potato-potahto. You're still the type who'd be set on fire in a more civilized time and place. - 17/02/2012 11:51:50 PM 1059 Views
You mean when the Church ignored Christ's teachings and burned people? Probably. - 18/02/2012 02:17:12 AM 1053 Views

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