Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
Petrus Romanus: The Final Pope is Here; by Tom Horn and Chris Putnam
Okay .. I went and got that book Friday morning. I thought it was awful. There were some good things in it. I learned a few things. But for the
most part, I found it to be just some evangelical types who snuck in snide remarks about Catholic theology and their logic was off.
I started a thread on the book here - Petrus Romanus
in the ATS literary forum.
What I didn't get ..... they spent a long time slamming Catholic theology in regards to Mary. But then in the last chapter they spent a long time
slamming the Catholic management (popes and cardinals) because they allegely suppressed the messages of Fatima and LaSallette etc etc.
If the Catholics supposedly are all entangled in evil because of their belief that Mary can interceed before God ... and that the apparitions of
Mary are therefore either evil or false .. then why are they all in an uproar over the messages of Mary being suppressed? Why do they care what the
messages say? It didn't make sense.
For disclosure .. I totally disagree with their fundamentalist christian theology in regards to Mary, the role that the 'dead' can play, and the
afterlife in general.