Jesuit BC Needed Course on ‘Theism’ to Counter Atheist Teacher
Posted By Brian Kelly On September 12, 2012
Yes, that’s right. An atheist professor who promoted atheism in his history class. And you paid a fortune to send your son to a ‘catholic’ college? Or, your daughter? If she went to BC from 1967 to 1999, she could have signed up for the lesbian Mary Daly’s radical feminism course against God and men. Daly actually got away with refusing to allow males in her class. Some wise guys finally filed a law suit in 1999 over this discrimination, and they, of course, won; so Daly retired rather than comply. The paragon of misandry died a couple of years ago. “The Goddess Movement would not be the same without her. Contemporary Paganism would not be the same without the Goddess Movement” wrote fellow pagan T. Thorn Coyle. The following quote from herself tells it all: “When I discovered this etymology [of the word sin], I intuitively understood that for a woman trapped in patriarchy, which is the religion of the entire planet, ‘to be’ in the fullest sense is “to sin.” (From her article, “Sin Big,” The New Yorker, February 26, 1996)
Well, here’s an article about Fr. Ronald K. Tacelli’s course on Theism, now offered at the Jesuit college in Boston.
Catholic Exchange: A little over 20 years ago, a history professor at the Jesuit college was advocating atheism in one of his classes. When Jesuit Father Ronald Tacelli, a professor of philosophy, learned of the class, he thought that if someone was not just conducting a survey course on atheism but was actually promoting atheism, he should do the same type of class for theism. More on this here .
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