Saturday, July 22, 2006

Notes on the Theology of the Body

Theology of the Body Lecture Notes from "Romulus," a Catholic gentleman of great insight and learning who has frequented various corners of the internet at various times.

Though his notes are generally theological, my politically-oriented mind caught on one of his phrases:

"A government that tells us lies about who we are has made itself our enemy."

He also has some choice words elsewhere on this forum for those who would rename the Trinity:

Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are the inner reality of the Trinity, and have been from all eternity. To refer to the Trinity as "Creator, Redeemer, and Sanctifier" is to define it by reference to man, as if we are the reference point by which God is to be judged. It doesn't work that way.

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