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Jimmy Akin has no idea what a moral object is

here’s the article at NCRegister: Intrinsic Evil: Some Things Are Just Plain Wrong The article pretends to be a defense of Church teaching on intrinsically evil acts, against other theories, especially consequentialism. But that’s not what it is. First, intrinsically … Continue reading

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What Does Jimmy Akin teach on Contraception?

Initially, Akin taught the correction position on contraception, that its use is intrinsically evil and always gravely immoral, even outside marriage. In 2004, Akin simply taught that contraception is a grave sin: “The sinfulness of contraception has been infallibly proposed … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin versus Pope Francis

It is arrogant and foolish for the ordinary run-of-the-mill Catholic blogger to judge and condemn the words of the holy Roman Pontiff. The vast majority of these bloggers are not even theologians, and their criticisms are not based on a … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin’s grave error on Abortion and Confession

UPDATED (see the last section of the post). On his blog, Jimmy Akin makes a false claim which is gravely harmful to souls, on the subject of abortion, excommunication, and Confession. He erroneously claims: “Therefore, a person who procures an … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin and Michelle Arnold: Absurd Excuses for Abortifacient Contraception

A prenatal is any human being from conception to birth. Abortion (specifically direct abortion) is any knowingly chosen act that directly kills a prenatal. Direct abortion is intrinsically evil because the act is inherently ordered toward destroying human life in … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin vs. the Magisterium on salvation

Catholic blogger and author Jimmy Akin teaches numerous grave doctrinal errors on a wide range of subjects, along with the false claim that these errors are magisterial teaching or sound theology. His errors include false teachings on contraception, on intrinsic … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin’s Rejection of the Dogma of Intrinsic Evil

The ordinary and universal Magisterium infallibly teaches that certain types of acts are intrinsically evil, i.e. wrong by their very nature, apart from intentions and circumstances. See my post: The Dogma of Intrinsically Evil Acts. Pope John Paul II: “The … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin debates the Magisterium

Jimmy Akin has been publishing fake interviews, in which he pretends to interview Pope John Paul II or Pope Benedict XVI. He publishes these fake interviews in what he calls a “Secret Information Club communiqué”, saying things like: “Not a … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin versus the Magisterium on Contraception, part 2

As I mentioned in the previous article on this topic, Jimmy Akin claims that the Magisterium has no teaching on the morality of contraception outside of marriage. He mentions this claim a number of times in his posts. Here is … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin versus the Magisterium on Contraception part 1

A Widespread Modern Problem There are many persons within the Church, persons who claim to be teaching Catholic doctrine and sound theology, who are instead undermining, distorting, and tearing apart, piece by piece, the teaching of the Magisterium on important … Continue reading

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Jimmy Akin’s new heresy on transubstantiation

On the “Catholic Answers Live” radio show of 26 January 2012, Jimmy Akin discusses the Protestant idea of consubstantiation. After correctly refuting consubstantiation, Akin adds his own heretical claim: “because what Jesus says is not ‘this contains my body’ or … Continue reading

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More on Jimmy Akin’s heresy against the dogma of Transubstantiation

Jimmy Akin openly rejects the teaching of the Magisterium on transubstantiation, and in its place teaches his own heretical invention. The correct understanding of the infallible dogma of the Magisterium is that the substance of bread and wine are changed … Continue reading

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