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Donal Foley’s powerful case against Medjugorje

mrcover.jpgI finished reading religion writer Donal Foley’s updated book on the Medjugorje phenomenon today; it’s called Medjugorje Revisited and I recommend it to everyone concerned about the affair.

Compared with the vast array of books promoting the shady apparition, there is only a handful of critical works.  And I do mean vast: a list made in 2004 counts 646 works favorable to the alleged visions and messages. Offhand, I can think of just 13

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More work for Donal Foley

In 2006, religion writer Donal Foley published his book, Understanding Medjugorje; Heavenly Visions or Religious Illusion?. Since then, it’s been the leading critical book on this subject in the English language, praised by experts in the field of Mariology, and in the past five years, nobody on the pro-apparition side has been able to find any substantial faults with it. And with reason: it’s well-researched, prudent in its conclusions, and focuses on critical source materials generally neglected

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