Wednesday, 4 February 2009

Denying denial

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I have to be honest – Roman Catholic doctrine can be a bit confusing from time to time. I mean, just as an example, if you recant something, such as, oh I don't know, various statements in which you denied that the Holocaust ever happened, does this then mean that you didn't mean it in the first place?

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Joe Otten said...

How is it possible for a bishop to believe something like that despite the enormous weight of evidence to the contrary, er .... aah.