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November 15, 2005

The Value of Human Life

Flint: "I let the clerk Engelbert Wagner die, and I even feel incapable of remorse. For it is no great thing...to act correctly, true to conviction if you like, in one single unimportant case;..." (65)

It's funny how Flint thinks Bernhardi is immoral and that it was wrong of him to have kept the Priest from the girl who was dying, while he does not even value all life. So much for Catholic social teaching and respect for human life! And so many people are shaking a finger at Bernhaldi especially since he is Jewish instead of Catholic, yet he seems to at least share the views of CST, whereas many of the Catholics seem to not.

Posted by LorinSchumacher at November 15, 2005 5:23 PM

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It seems like everyone is totally hypocritical! They say one thing and do another.

Posted by: Andy LoNigro at November 28, 2005 10:43 AM

If you have a chance Andy, look at my blog entry for Acts IV-V

http://blogs.setonhill.edu/LorinSchumacher/2005/11/nothing_is_insi.html

Posted by: Lorin Schumacher at November 28, 2005 2:54 PM

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