Nebuchadnezzar's Dream, Or, The End of a Medieval Catholic Church

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Gorgias Press LLC, 2007 - Religion - 254 pages
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The Catholic Church of the Third Millennium has retained its medieval images and formulations. The book suggests different ways for modern Catholics to speak about Scripture, hierarchy, Jesus, the afterlife, sacraments, sin, redemption, sacrifice, supplicating prayer and other issues.
  

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Contents

Preface
1
Speaking Without Being Understood
5
Farewell to the World Above
11
Leaving Ancient Christian Mythology Behind
23
No Book of Oracles but a Book of Witness
39
The Indissoluble Tie with the Beginning
51
Watchdog in the Sanctuary of the Tradition
61
Speaking about the Unspeakable
77
Beware of the Artists
127
Better Coarse but Wholesome Bread
145
The Holy Seven
163
Five OnceinaLifetime Catholic Rituals
173
Taking And Eating Taking and Drinking
191
Guilt and Punishment
209
Mentally Ill or Close to God?
221
Where Do We Go in Times of Trouble?
229

Primeval Stone of Our Doctrine of Faith?
91
Equal in All Things
103
A Reversed Pyramid
111
Clearing Away the Transformer
241
Epilogue
251
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