Upcoming Posts

I’m busy this time of year, for various reasons. I plan on writing some posts in the near future on the following topics:

* More posts of the type “Errors in Wikipedia…”
* A longer more detailed post on divorce, remarriage, and polygamy prior to Christ
* More posts defending Pope Francis from his critics
* Maybe something on the marital, unitive, and procreative meanings
* What If God Created A World Without Suffering?

No promises, but those are my plans for the near future.

— Ronald L Conte Jr

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5 Responses to Upcoming Posts

  1. Thank you very much, somo articles on Wikipedia need to be corrected. You as a theologian can help us. Wikipedia is read by thousands of people who read an article of wikipedia per day. For example, 39000 people read the Immaculate Conception article the day December 8. The others days that article is read by 2.5k people.

    https://tools.wmflabs.org/pageviews/?project=en.wikipedia.org&platform=all-access&agent=user&range=latest-20&pages=Immaculate_Conception

  2. Mark P. says:

    Ron, please kindly consider addressing some of the common misconceptions about authorship and historical context of Scripture along with any “Errors in Wikipedia” posts. Unfortunately, some of the most popular Catholic bibles on the market contain introductions to the books of Sacred Scripture that might as well have been copied and pasted right off of Wikipedia.

  3. Tom Mazanec says:

    What If God Created A World Without Suffering?

    Do that one first, I am really looking forward to it.

  4. Matt Z. says:

    It would be great to get a clear understanding of what the “unitive” meaning of conjugal relations is. Is it in general love of the spouses or is it something more? This would be a good post. Thanks and hoping you and your readers a fruitful Advent and Merry Christmas.

  5. Guest says:

    Do one on communion in the hand. For me it’s simple: saints have taken it, the Church permits it, so it’s not a sin. Yet so mant Catholics insist it’s a sin.

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