Ungodly Rage: The Hidden Face of Catholic Feminism
Written by a Catholic journalist who has investigated feminism on its own ground, this remarkable book fully exposes the hidden face of Catholic feminism for the first time, revealing its theoretical and psychological roots in loss of faith. A definitive account of a movement impelled by vengeful rage to revolt against all spiritual authority.
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Though this book has it's flaws and is certainly tilted, it's uncomfortable message is based in truth. I am glad the book was written, but the message will never be accepted by the majority of readers (especially "the modern woman").
Though the tsunami of rebellion within the church(es) - The Body of Christ, Catholic, Protestant, Baptist, et al, will NEVER fully destroy the true Church (those faithful to Christ and the Word of God), no matter the denomination, but there will be a very high body count (foolish souls lost to hell). Eventually no denomination will survive Satan's apostastic attack; the faithful "will come out of her" (them) and be spared.
The institutions will become tools of Satan fostered by his human and demonic minions within those institutions. The Church that Christ spoke of that will always prevail against hell itself is His body of true believers (Church) and that body will be made up of the faithful who came from many different denominations "came out of them" because those institutions no longer TRULY served Christ.
I feel sorry for the ultra feminists spoken about in this book, not only are they doomed to lose their eternal life unless they repent, but their judgement will be harsh by our Lord for attacking Him and His Word.
Have pity and compassion on these led astray by the father of all lies, they are being used by the great deceiver who doesn't care about them at all and their repayment for following him and being loyal to him will be eternal death and misery! :-(
The author is remarkably smug and pompous and simplistically dismissive of the feminists she discusses. She inadvertently makes a powerful case for the liberation these women celebrate.
From Convent to Coven
The Daughters of Lilith
The Journey Within
The Domino Effect
Marching through the Institutions
From the Catacombs
Abbreviations of Organizations