Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Blog Mirror, George F. Will criticizes Pope Francis' positions on economics and science.

As probably everyone knows, Pope Francis will be in the US this week that is bringing into national focus something that people were amazingly able to ignore earlier, that being his social positions on economics and science.

Frankly, while I tend towards thinking people have missed the point on his economic analysis, which trends towards classic Distributism in my view, and have also missed much of what he said on environmental issues, and therefore I think the Pope should be listed to on this matters, a column by George F. Will raises some interesting points that are worth listening to.  Will tends to be precise and analytical, rather than politically dogmatic on these matters, which is what makes him such an interesting read on topics of this type.

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