Hans Küng obituary
Rebellious and controversial theologian censured by Pope John Paul II and regarded as the enfant terrible of Roman Catholicism

Interesting:

An inveterate rattler of cages, Hans Küng spent more than half a century calling for a grass-roots revolution in the Catholic Church. Even his last book, Can We Save the Catholic Church? (2013) published when Küng was 85, exhorted the faithful to rebel against papal authority.

Right about now he’ll be finding out who was right then….

11 thoughts on “Hmmm”

  1. Hans Küng spent more than half a century calling for a grass-roots revolution in the Catholic Church

    Ended up being a top-down revolution of closeted gay clergy who no longer seem keen on this “save your immortal soul from the fires of Hell” business, but who are damn sure you need more eco-twaddle and migrants. That’s why the pews are empty.

    I reckon the current Pope will be joining Mr Kung in the Bad Fire, which is also where Remainers, PayPal executives and the French are doomed to spend eternity.

    And there will be much wailing and gnashing of teeth, and people will cry “O Lord, we didnae ken! We didnae ken!”

    And the LORD will say:

    “Aye, well ye ken noo!”

  2. Bloke in China (Germany province)

    I thought we were all supposed to wait in our graves for the last trump, the bodily resurrection of the dead, and the final judgement, weren’t they? Or does Granny actually go straight to be with Jesus as we were all told because it sounds a bit less less zombie apocalypse?

  3. BiC – There are two judgements. One involving the recently departed soul and a final one including the soul and body.

    Bad people, such as BBC comedians, are judged and sentenced go straight to Hell when they die. Where they suffer sulphurous punishment including, presumably, being forced to watch their own DVD box sets forever.

    If you’re only a bit bad you go to Purgatory, which is sort of like a metaphysical Milton Keynes.

    The final judgement takes place at the end of the universe, because only then can all things be fully weighed. Not just what you did in life, but how that affected your children and your children’s children. That’s where resurrection comes in, because contra transgender theory, the mind/soul isn’t a separate entity from the physical body.

  4. “Not just what you did in life, but how that affected your children and your children’s children”

    If Blojob Bogus Johnson manages to win–God Forbid-then a lot of vaxers and vax passport mugs are in deep shit if that is true.

  5. Bloke in China (Germany province)

    You may mock him now, but in due course Boris will become known as the father of his country.

  6. Biggie–Toytown already has Noddie.

    Hear on Twitter that a PTSD veterans camp has been closed by armed Plod. As with the big lads in Liverpool gyms Dickless of Dock Green was clearly frit that veterans might give the cowardly costumed cunts some real resistance.

    Time that Plod was kept busy while his dangerous toys are taken away from him. They have shown many times they are not fit to carry them and they might be better in more patriotic hands.

  7. @steve

    “Not just what you did in life, but how that affected your children and your children’s children.”

    Those naughty Catholic priests…

  8. @Mr Ecks, the PTSD camp for veterans was raided because the police had a report that there was bombs on the site and that it was a terrorist site. They didn’t engage their brain to think that supporting mental health of veterans was going to be the last place such activity would take place. And then they did the raid in the worst possible way, damaging buildings and property. The real reason is that the camp is supported by groups and people who are against the illegal immigration and the “authorities” wanted to scare and stop them – when in actual fact it just makes them stronger.

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