Is a Changeless God an Offence to Man?

Cardinal Kasper boldly and unabashedly stated in “Gott in der Geschichte”, an article he wrote in 1967:

The God who is enthroned over the world and history as a changeless being is an offense to man. One must deny him for man’s sake, because he claims for himself the dignity and honour that belong to man.

Unbelievable, blasphemous heresies coming from a leading dignitary of the Catholic Church!

It’s almost fifty years since the cardinal wrote the essay, yet the Catholic Church has not condemned him or his heresies. Don’t tell me that the Catholic Church is under the guidance of the Holy Spirit.

As a cardinal, Kasper is deliberately leading undiscerning Catholics astray, but why is he still at his post, enjoying the good life?

If God changes His standards to accommodate man, then He is not God. If God allows man to set the standards, then He is saying that He is subordinate to man.

God does not force anyone to enter His kingdom. However, if one wishes to do so, one must keep His commandments of love. If one is not properly attired, can one get past the front door of a venue that enforces dress codes?

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