Fr. Schall on Mercy

Fr. Schall on Mercy
"Mercy is a response to the repentant. It does not change the unrepentant. It often hardens them. Technically, mercy extends to sin of whatever kind or species. But mercy does not forgive. God in His mercy forgives. Mercy is contingent on the sinner’s acknowledgement that he is responsible for something objectively wrong in his acts or thoughts." (Fr. James V. Schall S. J.)

Thursday, March 3, 2011

Uncommon Knowledge, Part 2 of 5: Appeasement w/Bruce Thornton


About Bruce S. Thornton
Bruce S. Thornton is a professor in the classical studies program at California State University Fresno. His latest book is The Wages of Appeasement: Ancient Athens, Munich, and Obama’s America.

To watch Part 2 of the interview, click on the below link:

http://tv.nationalreview.com/uncommonknowledge/post/?q=OTFkYjQ3Yjg3NDhmZDE2ZDIzY2RiNmQ4ZTUxYjI3ZjU=


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