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The Catholic Church Needs Martin Luther by Gonzalo T. Palacios

The Catholic Church Needs Martin Luther

500 Years after the Reformation, Time Perception and Religion, in Defense of Luther.

by Gonzalo T. Palacios

Pages: 184

Dimensions: 5 x 8

  • RELIGION - Christian Theology - General
  • RELIGION - Christian Church - General
  • PHILOSOPHY - Religious

Type : Paperback

ISBN : 9781545680056

Price : $14.99

“How can we tolerate such Trojan horses as the former Secretary-General of the Italian Episcopal Conference, Bishop Nunzio Galantino, who said not long ago that ‘the Reformation carried out by Martin Luther 500 years ago was an event of the Holy Spirit.’” Michel Houellebecq, “RESTORATION”.
“The Church needs to be better at helping us be better Christians,”
Daniel P. Horan, America.
“To express these very sharp arguments of the laity by force alone, and not to resolve them by giving reasons. Is to expose the Church and its Pope to the ridicule of their enemies and to make Christians unhappy.” Luther, Thesis # 90, October 31, 1517.
“I view “time” as a human creation whereas “eternal” is a divine term meaning without time.  For example, corporations measure something called “takt time.”   Takt time is the average time between the start of production of one unit and the start of production of the next unit, when these production starts are set to match the rate of customer demand. Wikipedia”.  In terms of eternal life, takt time is the period between conception and the cessation of brain waves.” David Danjczek, Retired business executive and university professor. 
“Your first-person perspective makes your book 
more impactful than if presented in the third-person.”
Charles G. Conway, Metaphysics Instructor, U. C. Riverdale. 

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Gonzalo T. Palacios (b. Venezuela, 1938, married, 3 sons, 8 grandchildren) obtained his PhL in Philosophy from the Gregorian University (Rome), where he also studied Catholic theology. During the Second Vatican Council, students at the Gregorian were instructed by visiting theologians and religious leaders from all over the world. Palacios returned to the U. S. and in 1970 obtained his doctoral degree in Philosophy from the Catholic University of America (Washington DC). He retired in 2015 after teaching Philosophy for over 50 years. 
Dr. Palacios’ Roman years provided him with excellent spiritual and intellectual guidelines. His eyes opened to the earthly realities undermining his Church, the same moral corruption that alienated Martin Luther from his Church 500 years earlier. Contact:

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