I got my copy last week, and am reading it now...so far so good.
i again wish to comment on what i have been reading in this book.
one of the touchy subjects with people is the question 'who killed christ'? i was used to hearing what i guess are the common 'jewish fables' about how it was the romans who killed god or that it was 'both' the romans and the jews. however, it was pointed out that nowhere in the bible, (new testament) are the romans ever blamed for the death of christ, and that many verses say that it is the 'jews'. also, with the tactics of 'crypto-jews' used against christians to disarm us with the 'anti-semitic' label. there is also no love at all for our church fathers (e.g. chrysosotom) who is said to have faught the jews of his time, and is given to us as an example for us in these times of how we must also fight against jewery.
one thing that puzzles me though, is the 'fifth column' among the clergy. i have to wonder at how such people can pretend to be catholic for so long, and going through seminary or living as a monk, in order to gain higher offices in the church. these people, in order to accomplish this must be the 'crypto-jews' who externally live like a christian, but internally are filled with bitter hatred.
the utter contempt for tradition and the destruction thereof is their motivation, and they seek to make the church 'contradict' herself, so as not to look divine.