Description of Contents
This book is a follow-up to the series of essays on the devastation of feminism collected in Feminism v. Mankind.
The Enemy Within is an anthology devoted to the study of feminism within Christianity, especially Catholicism. It draws on the work of several internationally-acclaimed authors in this field.
"Religious" or "Christian" feminism, as it is known, is shown to be a major heresy. It embodies two crises in the Church: a crisis of faith and a crisis of morality. Its rejection of Revelation and of God Himself has led adherents into spiritual blindness and its resultant moral depravity.
The roots of Christian feminism are traced to paganism and goddess-worship.
The essays also show how feminism became entwined with Marxism, which gave it structure and the means for spreading its subversion to produce a new social order directly opposed to Christian civilization. Feminism is a branch of Marxist liberation theology.
Ecumenism is another major disseminator of Christian feminism. It brought the demands of Protestant feminists, such as women's ordination and the re-writing of Scripture, into the Catholic Church.
The feminist revolutionaries found allies in the modernists, who added this new heresy to all the others employed in destroying the Church from within.
Because religious feminism was first espoused mainly by nuns and highly educated women theologians, it easily infiltrated the Church as they obtained key positions in education and administration. The authors document the world-wide infiltration of feminists into parishes, religious organizations, education, social work and Bishops' Conferences.
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