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Liberalism Is A Sin Paperback – June 1, 1993
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I found this book through some conversations with my friend, who had read selections of it online. (The entire book is available online for free.) At the time, I was in the process of converting to traditional Catholicism, and I was interested in seeing Fr. Sarda's refutation of liberalism in more detail, especially since I had once self-identified as a liberal.
This book defines liberalism broadly, as the rejection of God's - and subsequently, the Church's - authority. Thus liberalism is really wider in scope than mere political liberalism. Two points have really resounded with me. 1) Since Satan was the first to reject God, **Satan was the first liberal**. 2) Because all Protestants reject the Catholic Faith and the Church's authority, **all Protestants are liberals**. I find this second point rather ironic when reflecting on American politics, where we constantly and erroneously describe the Protestant "fundamentalist right" as conservative. In fact, they are extreme liberals.
Fr. Sarda also addresses those who reject the Syllabus of Errors, which nearly all self-described "Catholics" do today. These people are liberals who reject the Church's authority. His discussion is pertinent to the Novus Ordo (those who follow the Second Vatican Council), who reject many of the previous Church teachings on such topics as religious freedom and salvation (i.e. ex ecclesiam nulla salus). Because the Novus Ordo rejects Church teachings, it is just as liberal as Protestantism.
None. Liberals will either hate this book because of their own bad wills, or they will be converted.
I may some day buy a case of these books to distribute at my chapel. I believe this book is especially important because many of those who consider themselves "traditionalist" Catholics have fallen into liberal errors and may not even realize it. This book is highly recommended.
The author points out all the different faces of liberalism, including the worst kind, the so-called Catholic liberal. This is the most dangerous because he acts as a wolf in sheep's clothing, masquerading as a Catholic concerned about the Faith. Being so much a part of a culture where liberalism is taken for granted, it is easy for a Catholic to fall victim to subtle liberal doctrines, even unconscionably, and this book gives very good advice and reminders to avoid such thinking and actions.
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As a Protestant, Biblical Christian I checked this out to see what he had to say. It is understood by true Biblical Christians that his title is correct. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Priscilla141
Every Catholic should read this book. Especially chapter 14 on charity.Published 4 days ago by Daniel Y. Pan
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