Islam and religious war

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ISLAM AND THE WAR OF RELIGION

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It tends to be those who are violent by nature, but also those who have been raped. The God of the Koran, although the true God, as recognized by the Second Vatican Council itself, is however, as noted by Benedict XVI, designed so defective as a violent God, which generates violent people. It is a tyrannical God, despotic, voluble, unreliable and capricious, contrary to reason. In this sense does not born free men, but the slave, that to rebuild become violent, precisely on the model of this god.

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Author John Cavalcoli OP

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John Cavalcoli OP

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This does not bear the sword in vain authorities; It is the minister of God to the just condemnation of those who do evil

[RM 13,4]

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The fathers of’Patmos Island, in their faithful service to the Catholic faith, seizing numerous requests for clarifications clasped by our readers in the last week, they decided to take a few historical articles, philosophy and theology at the growing problem of Islam, especially in its relationship with violence and war.

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To open the ’ article click below:

10.08.2016 Giovanni Cavalcoli, OP - REFLECTIONS ON THE WAR OF RELIGION

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2 replies
  1. hector says:

    A question that plagues me, to which I cannot answer.
    Because Pope Francis does not publicly and solemnly celebrate the Feast of the Assumption?
    The other popes had a very different consideration.

  2. readysteadygo says:

    I believe it is wrong to justify war, even the most regulated and "respectful". Jesus, stopping Pietro he said “whoever hurts by the sword, of sword perishes”: precisely in the defensive act par excellence and certainly the most justifiable ever, oriented to preserve the Master from the violence he would suffer. I have never intended a message of the lawfulness of the use of violence in the Gospel. Even in the expression of Jesus addressed to Pilate I do not see war: in fact in the Kingdom of God there can only be Peace. So what, the phrase? The lost fight was spiritual: the crowd screamed to put Jesus to death. There is no Kaifa in the Kingdom of God: because there is an impassable abyss that divides it from the Underworld. War and death are instruments of satan. Expressed today as then according to the logic of “divine justice”, mondanizzata. Justice represented by the masters of the temple of that time. Represented by the spirit that leads to the execution of the Lamb in His Mystical Body. For the Triumph of God, only the immolation “materially passive” has full meaning of testimony. And this is what happens in the brutally killed martyrs today. With the Sanhedrin that praises a life. This”.

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