October 24, 2016 SnyderTalk: Christianity is Rattling: “Lights Out” in Germany

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Giulio Meotti—Christianity is Rattling: “Lights Out” in Germany: 

“Contemporary historians … right now, have failed to find a single historical example of a society that became secularised and maintained its birth rate over subsequent centuries,” the former UK chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks, recently argued.

“Falling fertility has coincided so closely with massive secularization that we must at least ask whether the two phenomena are related, even if not in a neat one-to-one relationship”, the scholar Philip Jenkins also said.

This is also true apparently for Germany.

The Ratzinger-Schülerkreis is the circle made up of 41 former alumni of Pope Benedict XVI (born Joseph Ratzinger), who meet once a year with their former professor to discuss a specific topic. This year Pope Benedict has chosen the “spiritual crisis of Europe.” The guest of honor was the American jurist Joseph Weiler, who coined the expression “Christophobia” and defended the crucifix in Italian schools at the EU’s highest tribunal.

As Pope, Benedict understood the cultural and religious crisis of Europe, and the former German professor sees his native country as a litmus test for the future of Europe’s Christianity.

In Germany, where President Joachim Gauck was a Protestant pastor and Chancellor Angela Merkel is the daughter of a clergyman, in the country of liberal theologians — such as Hans Küng, Uta Ranke-Heinemann and Eugen Drewermann, who have fueled intense criticism of the Vatican hierarchy regarding ecclesiastical celibacy, birth control, the role of women, and sacraments for the divorced — Christianity is rattling.

In 1963, there were 400 new priests ordained in Germany. In 1993, there were 238 new priests ordained. In 2013, the number fell to 98. In 2015, the number fell to a historic low of 58. This was revealed by the Süddeutsche Zeitung, Germany’s largest national subscription daily newspaper, published in majority-Catholic Bavaria: “The Catholic Church in Germany is facing a dramatic shortage of priests. Never before as today have so few men in Germany become Catholic priests.”


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SnyderTalk Comment:

This is more evidence that Europe as we knew it is history.  The same kind of thing is happening in the U.S.

As a society, we are on the road to destruction.  People who think that we can tiptoe down the road we are on and be safe are mistaken.  We have to get off the road we are on and get on the right road.

It angers me when I hear so-called “Christians” explain that being “Christian” means accepting things that are loathsome to Yahweh—things like sodomy and infanticide.  That’s stupid.  People who say things like that don’t know Yahweh.  They are delusional.

The road to hell is interesting.  Most people who are on it don’t know they are on it.  Many of those who see what is happening behave as though it’s not a big deal.  Well, it is a big deal.



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