A Syllabus of Errors: An Update In Ninety-Five Sentences  – Crisis Magazine

“On October 31, 1517, a 34-year-old Catholic priest affixed a notice of disputation, consisting of ninety-five theses, to the door of the castle church in the German town of Wittenberg. …”

“What follows is a list of 95 propositions calling out, Luther-like, some contemporary mistakes and misconceptions in our cultural outlook in the same way that Pope Pius IX did in 1864 with his Syllabus of Errors—a collection of false ideas condemned in previously published papal documents.”

Source: A Syllabus of Errors: An Update In Ninety-Five Sentences  – Crisis Magazine

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