The Trial of Pope Benedict

The Trial of Pope Benedict

Joseph Ratzinger and the Vatican's Assault on Reason, Compassion, and Human Dignity

Book - 2013
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In February 2013, Benedict XVI became the first pope in nearly 600 years to resign. In doing so, Joseph Ratzinger, the man who became Benedict, also relinquished a controversial religious career in which he was largely responsible for the Catholic Church's prodigious troubles: his scorched-earth assault on modernity and the world of ideas destroyed any hope of progress in the Church while leaving a trail of shattered lives in its wake. Daniel Gawthrop argues that Ratzinger must not be allowed diplomatic immunity from the abuse scandals.
Publisher: Vancouver, BC : Arsenal Pulp Press, c2013
ISBN: 9781551525273
Branch Call Number: 282.09051 GAW NVD
Characteristics: 315 p. ; 21 cm


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Apr 10, 2014

This book gets taken apart in probably the best Amazon review I've ever had the pleasure of reading. Do not waste your time reading this:

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