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Benedict XVI

Started by Kephapaulos, July 23, 2017, 12:48:43 AM

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Aside from Faith Imperiled by Reason by Bp. Tissier de Mallerais and One Hundred Years of Modernism by Fr. Bourmaud, what is another good book that explains the thinking of Benedict XVI?

Which book by Benedict XVI is most representative of his thinking?


Don't waste your time trying to understand novel "thinking" and errors. There are manifold errors, very few truths, and only One Truth.
Pascendi has already outlined the Modernists' principles.