Talk:Pope Benedict XVI
Table of Contents out of place
Can't seem to figure out how to fix the table of contents box. It's way down in the middle of the article right now. Sveden 17:10, 13 July 2005 (UTC)
The Pope's quote about Harry Potter was actually written by a subordinate and Benedict has said he sees nothing wrong with the books. It should probably be deleted.
- Actually it should probably be moved to the attributed section and we should explain that he didnt see it. Wikiquote is also for common misattributions. Savidan 10:06, 2 April 2006 (UTC)
- The whole article is weird at its best. The first section is also the smallest, and the first after that one is the head of the Catholic Church talking about other religious systems. Aside from "World Youth Day", the biggest section is the one about homosexuality. What's more, those quotes that are on top are not just debatable (see above), but presented in such a way (as short as possible) as if their authors try their best to eliminate the context. Being someone who has seen his writings and how beautiful they can be, I am suspicious of intentions of the contributors, and hereby criticize the article's structure and quality of the content (the way quotes are presented). I do so urging people to objectivity and prioritizing when editing this article. --Paxcoder 18:51, 6 March 2009 (UTC)
Quote slightly revised?!?!
What does that mean? Let's try to get the real version. Savidan 10:05, 2 April 2006 (UTC)
- "Thus, a vision of the whole gradually grew for me that was nourintered along my theological path. I rejoiced to be able to say something of my own, something new and yet completely within the faith of the Church. The feeling of aquiring a theological vision that was ever more clearly my own was the most wonderful experience of those years."
- Milestones, p. 150 (On his theological formation in seminary - quote slightly revised)
somebody got a quote wrong
"I think we must reflect more on what democracy in the exercise of authority would mean. Is truth determined by a majority vote, only for a new 'truth' to be 'discovered' by a new majority tomorrow?" Ratzinger
"The Public Square" by Richard John Neuhaus, First Things 1996
"Truth is not determined by majority vote." Doug Gwyn, comp.org.usenix, Jul 3, 1991
Links to the originals are listed.
This page needs the following cleanup: remove the quote marks and eliminate the sorting by topic. ~ UDScott 17:27, 24 April 2008 (UTC)
- Honestly, this page leaves me with a very bad taste...it could use a complete recall. I find it very disrespectful and slanted...very disappointing.
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