Francis fukuyama's influential 1989 essay

Spadaro and Figueroa doubtless view themselves as intellectually subtle defenders, alongside Bergoglio, of a “realistic” modern Catholicism. In fact, they are posturing buffoons who lock themselves in a jail cell and then jauntily toss the key to their jailers, while condemning Catholics who will not likewise consent to their own imprisonment. The current triumph of political modernity over the Church is owing largely to the assistance of such ecclesiastical quislings.  But in the end, of course, God “shall laugh at them [and] shall bring all the nations to nothing.” ( Psalm 58 )

Francis fukuyama's influential 1989 essay

francis fukuyama's influential 1989 essay

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