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Thomism is the Remedy for the Mad Francisenstein Amazon Synod Attempt to Create the Monster: "Man’s 'Deification"

"Since Vatican Council II, it has been the overwhelmingly prevalent view, especially among the Catholic hierarchy, that the Church must seek a new philosophical and theological basis for its teaching – an approach which will somehow bypass what is alleged to be the “intellectualism” of St. Thomas Aquinas..."
 
"This criticism of Thomism extends especially to the question concerning man’s “deification.” It is the contention of these same people that the “rigid” categories of thought, which they claim are inherent to Thomistic thinking, allow absolutely no room for any possible communication between God and man, that they destroy the basis for mystical prayer and contemplation, and thus ultimately negate any possibility for final union between God and man.'"

"This long article is being written expressly to refute this position. It aims to prove that just the opposite is indeed the case – that it is the rejection of Thomism which is largely responsible for the loss of the sense of the supernatural among Catholics."
- James Larson

http://rosarytotheinterior.com/the-antidote-to-teilhardian-evolution-the-restoration-of-the-supernatural-in-accord-with-the-teachings-of-st-thomas-aquinas/

 

The Antidote to Teilhardian Evolution: The Restoration of the Supernatural in Accord with the Teachings of St. Thomas Aquinas

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BrotherBeowulf said…
Viva! Jim Larson.

The West’s only philosopher.

N. B. Please join his intention for the purification of Holy Mother Church and of ourselves in the journey of The Rosary to the Interior. Candlemas. “And your soul too a sword shall pierce, that the thoughts of many may be laid bare.” Luke 2:35

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