The solutions to the problem of overpopulation threaten the continued existence of the church as it has evolved over the past 2000 years.
The Church is completely candid about its opposition to birth control and professes that it will do everything possible to accomplish its purposes.
The fear felt by many American politicians aware of the undemocratic activities of the church has resulted in their silence.
There is a nearly total lack of awareness that the problem of contraception is related to the problem of papal infallibility.
The Church, from the beginning, was concerned with "out-reproducing" other groups. Sex, to some extent, became a concern on those grounds.
The Vatican exercises eight kinds of power - all of which have been used and have proved effective in opposing social issues in the US.
The machinery that the Church uses in the United States to enforce its boycott of unfriendly literature is quite elaborate.
The Vatican acts in part, often soundlessly and most effectively, through a relatively small number of Americans who give the Church their loyalty.
Though the population explosion was a politically correct topic in America in the early 1970s, during the course of my graduate studies...
The proposed solutions to population growth threaten the continued existence of the church as it has evolved over the past 2000 years.