Category Archives: Theology

St. Basil “Dogmatic” on Geocentrism? Nope!

Exaggeration, to the point of falsehood. It’s a central characteristic of the new geocentrism. It occurs in the geocentrists’ treatment of science. It permeates their handling of the Bible. It’s part and parcel of their theological case. And in this … Continue reading

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Sungenis vs. Pope Benedict XV: Was Dante a Marginal Catholic?

Anyone who has followed Robert Sungenis’s many controversies through the years knows that when he is emotionally invested in a subject, he often fails to maintain a reasonable level of objectivity and scholarly standards.  For instance, in the service of … Continue reading

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Geocentrism: Tempest in a Teapot or Theological Shipwreck?

“Geocentrism: Tempest in a Teapot or Theological Shipwreck?” A traditional Catholic supporter of the new geocentrists recently insisted in an on-line discussion that the whole matter is a “tempest in a teapot”. To him “[Robert Sungenis] is clearly no threat … Continue reading

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