[quote=puzzleannie]burning books that belong to you is fine, if you are not violating a city ordinance. Burning books that belong to your wife is wrong if you did not have her permission. Burning books that belong to the library is illegal, an offense against the 7th commandment.
She was there. I’ll be happy to make full restitution be used to buy books which don’t teach doctrine of demons. Every “Catholic” book in our library drips with the bile of Satan.
Here’s a list of dissenting authors if you need any help.
“Therefore We entreat you to use every means of revealing to your faithful people the many kinds of plot, pretense, error, deceit and contrivance which our enemies use.” --Pope Pius IX
“In fact, the diseases of consciences, their indifference to good and evil, their errors, are a great danger to man. They are indirectly a menace to society as well, because the level of society’s morals depends in the ultimate analysis on the human conscience. A man who has a hardened heart and a degenerate conscience is spiritually a sick man, even though he may enjoy the fullness of his powers and physical capacities. Everything must be done to bring him back to having a healthy soul.” --Pope John Paul II
some quotes from fr. Richard McBrien
“Did Jesus intend to found a Church?” " ‘No’ if by ‘found’ we mean some direct, explicit deliberate act by which Jesus established a new religious organization… . The majority of scholars today support the assumption that Jesus expected the end to come soon."
(regarding original sin) “theologians today would probably agree with the philosopher Paul Ricoeur, who refers to the doctrine as a rationalized myth about the mystery of evil.”
And many more can be found from his vile tongue.