Jesuit Superior: Jesus Was Not ‘Black and White’ on Man/Woman Marriage

The new superior of the worldwide Jesuit religious order said recently that, as Jesus Christ’s words about marriage were never recorded, there is no basis for a “black and white” church doctrine centering on lifelong marriage between one man and one woman.

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  • Drunk_by_Noon

    It’s always the ‘effing Jesuits.

  • Ed

    I wonder if Jesus was black or white on tax exempt status for “religion.”

  • BillyHW

    Somebody is sexually attracted to boy-child-rectum. And I’m not talking about just Tim Cook.

  • New Centurion

    So the argument is usually based on this: The words Jesus’ spoke while on earth are more authoritative than the of the words He communicated to us in the rest of the His book…where BTW He communicates numerous times that homosexual behaviour is a sin. The fact that during His ministry he testifies that the OT was written about Him and quotes exclusively from books in the OT where homosexuality is explicitly called a sin, is completely lost on the mental gymnasts who attempt to make a “No” into a “Yes” or a “Maybe”.

  • This:

    http://magister.blogautore.espresso.repubblica.it/2017/02/22/marriage-and-divorce-the-general-of-the-jesuits-jesus-too-must-be-reinterpreted/

    Getting information on the Vatican from Breitbart is really like getting information on Trump from Daily Kos.

    Nevertheless, this guy must not have read those oh-so pertinent passages regarding Jesus’ disapproval of adultery (from the above article anyway).

  • Frances

    “When I use a word,”….., “it means just what I choose it to mean – neither more nor less.” What do the Jesuits choose the words of the Bible to mean?