A Protestant Will Become President of the Papal Academy of Sciences
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(01-14-2011, 03:43 AM)ggreg Wrote: when more than half of our bishops are apostate does one more protestant make much of a difference. To my way of thinking the Church is so messed up now that words like 'catholic' and 'protestant' don't mean a great deal. I would say a prot who was anti darwin and anti abortion would be superior to a novus ordiarian heretic or apostate who was not.

Sad, but true.  As I said before, some of my most orthodox theology profs were Protestants.  The Catholic ones, including priests, were mostly Liberal if not outright Modernists and heretics.  I had a Jesuit for Sacramental Theology and one of our texts was Hans Kung's The Church

Baptism as the theory of liminality (i.e., initiation).  Nothing about the cleansing of Original Sin, etc.  I think I still have my class notes.  I should scan them in and post them for laffs (or tears).

I had a Prot for Old Testament Scripture who was mostly good.  He got a little odd with exegesis at one point, but eh.

Maybe we're better off with a Prot there.  Shows you how bad things have gotten.
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