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Catholicism (from Greek καθολικισμός, katholikismos, "universal doctrine") and its adjectival form Catholic are used as broad terms for describing specific traditions in the Christian churches in theology, doctrine, liturgy, ethics, and spirituality.
“ [Said during a debate when his opponent asserted that atheism and belief in evolution lead to Nazism:] Atheism by itself is, of course, not a moral position or a political one of any kind; it simply is the refusal to believe in a supernatural dimension. For you to say of Nazism that it was the implementation of the work of Charles Darwin is a filthy slander, undeserving of you and an insult to this audience. Darwin’s thought was not taught in Germany; Darwinism was so derided in Germany along w ...more ”
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[close] Exchange & discuss theological books We discuss theology on a higher level (aka we don’t just speculate “if there is a god”, we are certain of it & are trying to help each other in deepening our understanding)
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The Goodreads forum of Fecund Leadership for the third millennium.
[close] The Goodreads forum of Fecund Leadership for the third millennium.
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A group for young adult Catholic readers seeking fellowship and discussion of Catholic fiction a…more
[close] A group for young adult Catholic readers seeking fellowship and discussion of Catholic fiction and nonfiction books. The moderator of this group is looking for someone to take over and make this group more active. If you are interested, please message me, LydiaMae. God bless xx
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