Skip to comments.POPE FRANCIS KEEPS MISSING THE DICHOTOMY OF JUDGEMENT
Posted on 06/30/2014 4:36:30 PM PDT by ebb tide
There are three big problems with what Pope Francis said in his homily. Altogether the Popes non-judgmental theology tends towards indifferentism and apathy towards sin, in that he would have us just ignore what everyone is doing and mind our own business and, essentially, not love.
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If I had a dime for every time some stupid liberal moonbat took Matthew 7:1-5 out of context, people on FR would view me as a Communist for all the FDR paraphernalia I would have. That the Pope refuses to unapologetically preach against sodomy and other vices leads me to believe that he seized the position because of a PR marketing campaign gone mad.
Pope threads usually get pulled and zot’d, so I won’t wast my time saying anything elaborate.
This Pope is sub par. He’s a “communist that stole the flag of Christianity”. To quote the Pope.
Exactly. Any Pope who says he wants a “poor church for the poor” cannot honestly be called anything other than a Communist. I think that Liberation Theology has poisoned his mind.
From my dictionary. Judgement has 10 meanings the best of which is number seven.
"7. the ability to come to opinions about things; power of comparing and deciding; understanding; good sense."
What's right for you isn't necessarily right for me.
This is just the beginning. This pope will force believers to choose between his catholicism and actual Christianity.
Sadly, our conservative holy-man of a priest is silent about the homosexual juggernaut. Very discouraging.
More feminization of the Faith. The true Catholic understanding of judgment is to judge actions, not souls and not to judge rashly.