Kung v. Ratzinger by Samuel Gregg
If I'm not mistaken (and I haven't read the book), he merely quotes someone who is saying that, neither approvingly or disapprovingly. It seems context would be especially important if we're leveling such a serious charge against the Holy Father, no?

I'm not of the same mind as Benedict XVI in that I do prefer scholasticism. He doesn't. You don't have to, though the Church does have a preference for it. I just have a real problem with throwing charges against him based on how the secular media has framed something he has said. They've proven that they don't deserve that degree of trust.

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Re: Kung v. Ratzinger by Samuel Gregg - by Walty - 03-23-2011, 03:20 PM
Re: Kung v. Ratzinger by Samuel Gregg - by Alabama Trad - 04-19-2011, 06:26 AM

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