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Pontifical Universities Teach Heresy But Seminarians Don't Buy Into It

Many professors at the Pontifical Roman Universities oppose the historical truth of Sacred Scripture, according to Jonathan Arrington who taught at the Roman University Angelicum.

Arrington said at the "Roman Forum" in Gardone, Italy, (July 18) that according to his experience, the seminarians in Rome do not agree with their professors and recognize their errors.

Arrington is hopeful: "The troops that will be on the ground in a few decades look promising."

Les universités pontificales enseignent l'hérésie mais les séminaristes n'y croient pas (vidéo)

De nombreux professeurs des universités pontificales romaines s'opposent à la vérité historique de l'Écriture Sainte, selon Jonathan Arrington qui a enseigné à l'Université romaine l'Angelicum.

Arrington a dit au "Forum Romain" à Gardone, en Italie, (18 juillet) que d'après son expérience, les …More
Les universités pontificales enseignent l'hérésie mais les séminaristes n'y croient pas (vidéo)

De nombreux professeurs des universités pontificales romaines s'opposent à la vérité historique de l'Écriture Sainte, selon Jonathan Arrington qui a enseigné à l'Université romaine l'Angelicum.

Arrington a dit au "Forum Romain" à Gardone, en Italie, (18 juillet) que d'après son expérience, les séminaristes à Rome ne sont pas d'accord avec leurs professeurs et identifient leurs erreurs.

Arrington est plein d'espoir : « Les troupes qui seront sur le terrain dans quelques décennies semblent prometteuses. »

[Erreur ! Tant que l'Antéchrist n'aura pas été plongé dans la poubelle de l'enfer, toute restauration est impossible. Hénoch et Élie la commenceront, et elle se parachèvera après la chute de l'Antéchrist dans le déluge de feu universel lors des trois jours de ténèbres.]
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His comments describe my experience 30 years ago in the Scripture courses of the STB cycle. Professors in one lecture would present an hypothesis derived from the historical critical method (often form criticism). Then a few days later the hypothesis would magically become a certitude.

Most of the students didn't seem convinced, Among the comments:

He has taken away my Lord, and I don't know …More
His comments describe my experience 30 years ago in the Scripture courses of the STB cycle. Professors in one lecture would present an hypothesis derived from the historical critical method (often form criticism). Then a few days later the hypothesis would magically become a certitude.

Most of the students didn't seem convinced, Among the comments:

He has taken away my Lord, and I don't know where He's put Him.

Re the Yahwist, Eloist, and Priestly “authors”: Reading Scripture is difficult antway. It becomes almost impossible when you have to keep track of these imaginary people.

I doubt that these Scripture courses change anyone's direction. On the other hand, theology courses--good and bad--often do.
I consider Jonathan a personal friend and a very devout traditional Catholic.
dear Ultraviolet.... it's exemplary that you took the time to comment on such a vital aspect of this video. FYI Johnathan Arrington was speaking to a small group of friends at the end of a very hot day in a room with no fans or AC........... just sayin'
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Glad I could help, laurelmarycecilia. :D I must confess, to my shame, I debated for a moment whether I should squander a few moments of my oh-so-valuable time bestowing the rich fruit of my peerless obsevational skills. Fortunately, my Christian charity won out over my hesitancy and, as you so correctly pointed out, the board is much richer for it. :D :D :D

Seriously, a huge part of any presen…More
Glad I could help, laurelmarycecilia. :D I must confess, to my shame, I debated for a moment whether I should squander a few moments of my oh-so-valuable time bestowing the rich fruit of my peerless obsevational skills. Fortunately, my Christian charity won out over my hesitancy and, as you so correctly pointed out, the board is much richer for it. :D :D :D

Seriously, a huge part of any presentation is how we present ourselves, especially now. Video captures these kind of "fashion faux pas" forever. And that collar is practically sideways. :P

Now then, about the AC/ no fans.... here's something that actually IS useful, a speaker's "trick" I learned from my accounting professor one hot day during a summer-semester class.. He had a LOT of corporate clients and did financial presentations for them. The AC went out, the classroom started getting hot as only it can on a June day and the windows weren't helping...

So, he finished one point on the board, paused, and acknowledged the heat. "Two things successful companies should never skimp on, the quality of their accountant and the the guy who repairs the AC". Wasn't a good joke, got a few polite chuckles, but it gave him time, to very casually yank off his tie completely and unbutton the top TWO buttons of his dress shirt. Not one, two.

...and suddenly he went from being hot and uncomfortable looking to just "hot" as the slang goes. That dressy open collar look was straight from every high-end male cologne ad and fashion shoot in GQ. He looked fantastic, even with the sweat.

I've had occasion to use it myself a couple of times and I've silently thanked that guy on both occasions because it makes a speaker look SO cool. Not just visually, but in the sense that a setback doesn't bother him.

Hazarding a guess from your user-name, you're female so I can't say, "try it yourself" (for obvious reasons). ;-) I mean, hey, if you want to, fine, I'm sure the vid will get a ton of hits, even here on Gloria. :D :D

But if that isn't your style, ask your hubby/ fiancee/ BF to do it. Get him to put on a suit 'n tie, talk about something for a minute or so, pretend to notice it's hotand then just "dress down" losing the tie and opening up the top two buttons. Reading it and seeing it done are very different.

:)
Jonathan Arrington's tie is really, REALLY crooked. His shirt looks like it was buttoned incorrectly, too. Just sayin'.
@Ultraviolet If you ever met Jonathan then you would put him right in the center of a "Forgetful Professor" type thinker. I can say that he is so smart that he gets caught up in reading and studying so much he forgets to eat.... for days. (although it is good t see he has put some weight on in his older life). I really do think the world of Jonathan. He is very sounded in tradition and faith of …More
@Ultraviolet If you ever met Jonathan then you would put him right in the center of a "Forgetful Professor" type thinker. I can say that he is so smart that he gets caught up in reading and studying so much he forgets to eat.... for days. (although it is good t see he has put some weight on in his older life). I really do think the world of Jonathan. He is very sounded in tradition and faith of the Church and Saints.
Jonathan was a young Baptist from the boonies of South Carolina who found the Catholic Church through the grace of God. He is a GIANT in thought and prayer for the traditions and truths found in the Catholic Church. Very close to a living saint in my opinion, and I mean it.
I pray for him daily. Jim
Hey, Jim Dorchak. what you just saw was a rare moment when I put down my broadsword (the one inscribed Fidei defensor), set aside my Inquisitor's scalpel, (the one eticacasanova has been feeling for the last two days), and... well... indulged in a moment of pure whimsey.

It's a sad reflection of the Church today how Gloria's regular content leaves everyone so prickly, so quick to take offense…More
Hey, Jim Dorchak. what you just saw was a rare moment when I put down my broadsword (the one inscribed Fidei defensor), set aside my Inquisitor's scalpel, (the one eticacasanova has been feeling for the last two days), and... well... indulged in a moment of pure whimsey.

It's a sad reflection of the Church today how Gloria's regular content leaves everyone so prickly, so quick to take offense..

So when I saw a guy with a "major wardrobe malfunction", I couldn't resist just a moment of silliness in pointing it out.

It isn't -entirely- silly, though, which is why I didn't want to take an actual shot at the guy. I'm guessing you're old enough to remember Michael Dukakis and his famous "tank" ad when it first happened. It's a classic. Mr. Trump is cracking jokes about it thirty years later, with good reason. As I told laurelmarycecilia how we appear -is- important.

...'specially for giants in thougth and prayer. ;)
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Little poinson little poison there....lost faith. Hell welcomes everyone.
St Michael the Archangel defend us in battle
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