Interview with Kasper
So, today was published an interview with Kasper. I must warn you: take a deep breath before reading it, because his plain illogicality and modernism even hurts the brain.

He claims there is a growing majority of people approving of his “solution”. Which, of course, is counter to what is being published in venues such as Rorate. But of course, its just useless discussing this point since apparently the Gestapo is running the Synod.

He then goes on to say how Africans and Asians are just too different, and they hold to their little “taboos” (that is, the teaching of at least five thousand years old that was preserved by the Church in the last two thousand years).
When asked if the concern of Africans are listened to, he says that, and this is a quote, “ No, the majority of them [who hold these views won’t speak about them]. (sic)”, and they are only listened in Africa. He then says that the “problem of the Africans” cannot be resolved in general terms, and that “ [The Africans] should not tell us too much what we have to do.”.

But here's the catch: he is asked if he cares at all that the faithful are concerned about his proposals: he says that he is only familiar with the Germans (and part of England).
So, the Africans cannot tell “us” what to do, but the Germans can!!

And there is even a more sinister thing going on on the background of the interview: the teaching of the Church, the Traditions, even rational thinking!, is being ignored in favor of democracy. The implicit issue assumed by all his answers (and he claims the Pope is with him in all this) is that whatever the majority of the laity wants (in Germany, of course), that should be the law of the Church.

There is another issue that I if he didn't get until know he'll not get in this life: when asked if he worries that the faithful are concerned that the teaching is being abandoned, he simply says that marriage will not be dissolved. But the question that a multitude have asked is, what then? Any other relationship would clearly be adultery. So, adultery (consistently one of the worst sins of the Bible) is OK now?
And then he goes on to babble, in a very modernist (modernist in the strictest of senses) way, on how the Gospels are different and whatnot.

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Interview with Kasper - by Renatus Frater - 10-15-2014, 10:49 PM
Re: Interview with Kasper - by Freudentaumel - 10-17-2014, 02:05 AM
Re: Interview with Kasper - by Renatus Frater - 10-17-2014, 07:23 AM
Re: Interview with Kasper - by Freudentaumel - 10-17-2014, 01:41 PM

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