Wednesday, July 29, 2020
My new essay for @PostliberalTho1 will probably make Thomists mad.— Marc Barnes (@BadCatholicBlog) July 29, 2020
But it should make my chief demographic, Catholic homeschooling moms and Lite Lacanians, very happy.
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Bad writing by philosophers and theologians about economics is a moral issue. If their views about economics are taken seriously—as they often are in churches and in policy advocacy—they threaten the life-changing effects of free markets for the poor. https://t.co/pmgb7k83oN— Public Discourse (@PublicDiscourse) July 29, 2020
"Viganò’s letter has at least had the virtue of forcing me to emerge from complacency in accepting half-measures in the reception of the Council."— Church Life Journal (@ChurchLifeND) July 29, 2020
Was Vatican II a Bad Seed?
by @JohnCavadini of @McGrathND https://t.co/W3d5IFlZiG