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Old 11-13-2012, 04:00 PM
 
Location: The Other California
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This is surprising: New York Times new President/CEO says Christianity is based on objective truth.

"Tomorrow, Mark Thompson takes over as the new President and CEO of The New York Times. Thompson is a practicing Catholic who believes 'that the truths of the Christian faith are objective truths, rather than being entirely subjective.'


The position is primarily focused on running the business aspects of the Times. Thompson turned the British Broadcasting Company into a global online media powerhouse, and the Times management feels that he could do the same here."


A practicing Catholic? I wish I were encouraged, but the BBC is such a vile nest of anti-Catholic, politically correct, left-wing lunacy that I doubt he'll be moving the New York Times in a better direction.
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