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Overview Refutes the deadly error that one religion is as good as another and that a person has a right to choose his religion. Cuts through the foggy religious thinking rampant today!
Publishers Description Refutes every aspect of the deadly error that one religion is as good as another and that a person has a moral right to choose whichever religion suits him best. Cuts through the foggy religious thinking rampant today Impr. 204 pgs, PB
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Studio: TAN Books and Publishers
Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.06" Width: 4.42" Height: 0.53" Weight: 0.4 lbs.
Release Date Jun 1, 1993
Publisher Tan Books & Publishers
ISBN 089555478X ISBN13 9780895554789
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More About Felix S. Salvany & Conde B. Pallen
Dr. Don Felix Sarda y Salvany was a priest and author, born in 1844 near Barcelona. Over the course of forty years, he discussed all the current issues of his time with the understanding of the Catholic faith, as director of the Revista periodical. His potent work entitled Liberalism Is a Sin succeeds in exposing, in very clear terms, the intrinsic evil of liberalism and Catholic liberalism, and was first published in 1899 by the B. Herder Book Company. The work was also retypeset by TAN in 1993. Father Salvany died in 1916.
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Correcting Major Misunderstandings is GRACE< Not Sin Jun 9, 2007
The Pre-Vatican II Church was the New Idea Church of Last few Hundred Years. Attempts to "Scare People with Threats of Hell", As Happenned in My Catholic High School years, 1950's. Vatican II Has Replaced Helliish Scaring with the 2,000 Year Tradition of The Lord/God IS LOVE. And Many More > The Author of The Misrepresenting "EWTN, Gone Wrong" Book and The Commentator Are Both Wrong, on Several Key Points > "The Hybrid" Vatican II Mass RETURNED The Mass to The Way it was in the First 2 Centuries!! See "MASS OF THE EARLY CHRISTIANS", Aquilina. The Tridentine Latin Mass was the NEW IDEAS Mass of the 1500's, With Zero Congregation Participation, as Early Masses Had, as we Have Today. Ditto Many Other "Modernist" Complaints Against EWTN and Vatican II. Like Returning The Awesome, MOST Traditional Easter VIGIL Mass, Which Was THE Mass of THE YEAR, In Earlier Church. And Vatican II Returned Church to Mozart Masses With Chamber Orchestra, As was Done in Mozart/Bach's Time, Instead of Modernist Idea of ORGAN Being Only Suitable Church Instrument. And MANY MORE ERRORS, Like Anyone Committing Suicide BANNED from Catholic Funeral. Vatican II Added that Suicides are likely "Not of Right Mind", And Entitled to Full Catholic Funeral. MANY MANY MORE. Vatican II Added that ONLY OUR LORD Decides Salvation, Heaven. Pre-Vatican II Suggestion that Only Catholics can go to Heaven was as Misleading as Fundies who Teach that All Catholics going to hell!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Excellent book Sep 7, 2006
I can hardly tell you how grateful I am to my friend Mario because recommended this superb book to me. I'm a traditionalist Catholic who has always seemed theologically ultraconservative. But Fr. Slavany has proved that liberalism had tained my thought about charity, i.e., Christian love. That love requires Catholics to denounce heresy and sometimes even heretics. Blunt denunciation can be charitable becaue it protects people from a heresies and from the proponent of heresies. If it hadn't been for Father Salvany, I probably would have kept believing my misconception about charity.
Today, when false ecumenism and other evils fool Catholics into thinking that they ought to be too conciliatory and to believe that non-Catholics have a God-given right to believe heresies, Father Salvany's book is a much-needed cure for liberal opinions.
This book was divinely inspired. Jan 27, 2006
Of the many books I buy on this site, this is my first review I would like to offer. While supplanting reading the New Testament with the Saints' original writings of their own hard road with Christ; I have been realizing considerable personal confusion from the tension, 'talk' and opinions regarding the state of the Church and salvation. I sensed I was being drawn from the clear commands from Christ in the New Testament, to the gray areas of `talk' and opinion in Catholic newspapers, laymen, etc. I now see through this wonderful book that it is liberalism clouding the original commands from Christ. `Liberalism is a sin' is divinely inspired. I highly desire not to walk myself right into hell and this book has taught me the essence of my confusion: listening to anyone but Christ. To embrace liberalism is sadly grasping yourself as an enemy and then shooting yourself in the head. A must read to clarify the dangerous effects we have on each other. Nancy, Sacramento
The second most enlightening book- after the Bible Oct 8, 2002
Before reading this book, I was neoconservative (often called a "classical" liberal). That is to say, I accepted the very basic principles of Liberalism while rejecting some of the more radical elements established during the 20th century. After reading this book, however, I can now say that I am a "classical" conservative. Don Sarda reveals in an easily understood manner the errors of Liberalism, especially how even the smallest amount of it is poisonous. Neoconservatism is just the first step in the process that produces the philosophies of communism, radical feminism, and other errors of "modern" society. Liberalism is a Sin articulates the idea of a Catholic state well, and explains how human reason is not and should not be the sole arbiter of what becomes law or what opinions we should hold. Though it was written well over 100 years ago, everyone, especially conservatives, should make it one of the books at the top of his or her to-read list- if only to see what 19th century conservative theory was like.
Eye-Opener May 4, 2002
Liberalism Is a Sin is a powerful book written in Spain in 1886 and its content is more relevant today than when it first appeared. Although written from a Catholic perspective, this book is an eye-opener for catholics as well as for open-minded non-catholics. The moral depravity existing in our country today is a consequence of liberalism (pervasive in television, movies, literature, public and private morals) deeply enmeshed in our society. Liberalism asserts the sovereignty of the individual and social reason and enthrones Rationalism in the seat of authority. "It knows no dogma except the dogma of self-assertion." You will learn in this book that the non-logical thinking of liberalism which infects so many people today is the rebellion of the human intellect against God. This book contains the answers to the questions that people today are almost universally asking, "What has happened to our society? What is wrong?" I highly recommend this book..