From New Oxford Review: Return of the Gnostic Jesuits

FROM THE CURRENT ISSUE OF NEW OXFORD REVIEW

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To say that we cannot rely on the Gospels as clear accounts of Jesus’ teaching is tantamount to saying they are unremarkable and uninspired.

For how many decades have we been asking, “What’s happened to the Jesuits?” Ever since the days of Teilhard de Chardin’s Omega Point Christ and cosmic evolutionism, loyal Catholics, devout Catholics — indeed, even everyday Catholics — have been scratching their heads about certain characters in the Society of Jesus. You know, those who would have a very difficult time justifying to their order’s founder, St. Ignatius, what they’ve been doing, saying, and teaching during their Jesuit careers, yet who — ironically — are publicly lauded for their various heterodoxies and heresies.

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