cheap mens ugg boots Scalia says atheism
(CNN) As the Supreme Court begins its new term Monday, the devil is not on the docket but the Evil One apparently is on the mind of Justice Antonin Scalia.New York magazine has published a fascinating new interview with Scalia in whichthe outspoken jurist tackled a number of topics. But none seemed to surprise Scalia interviewer, Jennifer Senior, more than his views on Satan.The interview wasconducted on September 26, the 27th anniversary of Scalia swearing in as a justice on the high court. He is one of a record six Catholic justices on the Supreme Court.After Scalia and Senior discussed heaven and hell (he believes in them; she doesn the justice said in a stage whisper, even believe in the devil. do? Senior replied.course! Yeah, he’s a real person. Hey, come on, that’s standard Catholic doctrine! Every Catholic believes that, Scalia said. The justice added that he doesn think that atheists are Satan minions, but that disbelief in God favors the devil desires. asked if it to believe in the devil, which seemed to annoy Scalia.looking at me as though I’m weird, he answered. God! Are you so out of touch with most of America, most of which believes in the devil? I mean, Jesus Christ believed in the devil!
It’s in the Gospels! You travel in circles that are so, so removed from mainstream America that you are appalled that anybody would believe in the devil! Most of mankind has believed in the devil, for all of history. Many more intelligent people than you or me have believed in the devil. whose son, Paul, is a Catholic priest in Arlington, Virginia, also said Pope Francis is right about the church needing to concentrate more on mercy and outreach than on fighting the culture wars.MORE FROM CNN: American Catholics agree with Pope Francis on ending culture warshe hasn’t backed off the view of the church on those issues, Scalia said. just saying, spend all our time talking about that stuff. Talk about Jesus Christ and evangelize. I think there’s no indication whatever that he’s changing doctrinally. Scalia said he has not his views on homosexuality.still think it’s Catholic teaching that it’s wrong. OK? But I don’t hate the people that engage in it. In my legal opinions, all I’ve said is that I don’t think the Constitution requires the people to adopt one view or the other, Scalia said.MORE FROM CNN: Church and state, executive power on Supreme Court docketBritish Orthopaedic said Dr.Faith by definition is belief in God or in the doctrines of a religion, based on spiritual apprehension rather than proof.So is it smart to believe in something without proof? Hum, I don think so.Gandhi was hindu, which has unlimited gods none which have anything to do with sin and hell and more to do with philosophy. Not sure in what context this quote is taken out off, but it definitely not towards Jesus or Joshua. why have faith in something without evidence and ironically to something as repulsive as Hell, sin,
condemnation and all the rest?