Tuesday, February 23, 2016

Gut-wrenching spiritual analysis of the Church's passion by James Larson

James Larson, "The Dream of Nabuchodonosor" (The War Against Being, February 18, 2016). Daniel's account of the fall of Nabuchodonosor as a metaphor for the collapse of foundations in our time. Disquieting. Disturbing. Yet with hope. Some deeply consoling reflections on the Holy Rosary further down. Very long.

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[Hat tip to L.S.]


Amateur Brain Surgeon said...

Dear Doc. This is profound and maybe even life changing. Mr. Larson has given us both a bleak and hopeful vision.

What he thinks and what he writes simply is not available from any Prelate and it reminds ABS of Arianism in that it is the laity which will preserve the truth throughout time; well, of course there will also be individual prelates too; but, consider the Cardinal Electors in the last conclave. 100 % of then were elevated to the Cardinalate by Pope Saint John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI and looked whom they voted for.

Conservative Catholicism is Cuckservative Catholicism and we have seen its works in Bergoglio.

He is who they are; and it is simply not believable that the vast majority of them (there may be a silent minority) disagree with his anthropocentric peronist agenda.

Mike said...

If you're at all interested in knowing . . . the Catholic Dogma . . . that we *must believe* to get to Heaven, and which you have *never* seen . . .

I list it on my website > > > www.Gods-Catholic-Dogma.com

The Catholic God knows . . . what we think and believe . . .

Catholic writing of Romans 1:21 >
"They ... became vain in their thoughts, and their foolish heart was darkened."

Catholic Faith (pre-fulfillment) writing of Deuteronomy 31:21 >
"For I know their thoughts, and what they are about to do this day."

Catholic Faith (pre-fulfillment) writing of Job 21:27 >
"Surely I know your thoughts, and your unjust judgments against Me."

The group that calls itself "islam" ... is not a religion. Fully proven by the fact that the "koran" says the *opposite* of the Old Testament Prophets > Section 113.1 of the site.

JM said...

Larson's entire "War on Being" series is so original (in the sense that he is offering theological analysis of a depth that absolutely no one else now seems either willing or capable of approaching -- what happened to the similarly intimidating Ralph R-D?) and arguably prophetic ... I hope it finds its way into print as single work. Its argument is really a far more explosive challenge to the Nouvelle and NeoCath projects than anything being printed in the Remnant or Wanderer or even The Latin Mass.