Does Latin Make Poor Logic Sound Better?

Joseph Ratzinger, Pope of the Roman Catholic Church, has taken the Easter holiday as an opportunity to spread a bit of superstition by way of the most inane reasoning possible. It must be the Latin that makes people think they can get away with crappy logic.

“If man were merely a random product of evolution in some place on the margins of the universe, then his life would make no sense or might even be a chance of nature. But no, Reason is there at the beginning: creative, divine Reason. And because it is Reason, it also created freedom; and because freedom can be abused, there also exist forces harmful to creation. Hence a thick black line, so to speak, has been drawn across the structure of the universe and across the nature of man. But despite this contradiction, creation itself remains good, life remains good, because at the beginning is good Reason, God’s creative love. Hence the world can be saved. “

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2 Comments on “Does Latin Make Poor Logic Sound Better?”

  1. Now that there is some genuine Christian gibberish! No wonder they made him the pope.

  2. in fact…it’s so utterly boizarre and meaningless that I’m going to steal it and post it to my fb page. Thanks.

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