Wednesday, April 20, 2005


Ratzinger and Relativism --
In commenting to this Matthew Yglesias thread, I noted:

I actually find it quite similar to the internal struggles played out within the Democratic Party. On the one hand, you have people who say the group has lost its way and needs to embrace orthodoxy to rediscover its soul rather than pragmaticly trying to reach out to the most people. If the new pope has been opposed to dissenters, he is is not unlike the Democratic left that calls for the head of Joe Liebermann, the DLC, and (to a lesser extent) pro-life Democrats like Jim Langevin and Bob Casey, Jr.
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2 Comments:

Anonymous Chuck said...

The new Pope has a lot on his hands now. Perhaps (doubtful) he'll lead the church in AT LEAST allowing condom usage. A lot of dying Africans would appreciate it.
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