Catholic Sexual Pathology and the Western Mind

Catholic Sexual Pathology and the Western Mind

The Ancient Era, Vol. 1

Michael Stephen Patton

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Catholic Sexual Pathology and the Western Mind: The Ancient Era, Vol. 1 documents with historical and clinical data the correlation between Catholic sexual orthodoxy and Catholic sexual pathology. The Roman church government replaced the sex positive Hebrew Tradition, which integrated the love of women and sex in Judaism with a sex negative Christian Tradition, which integrated the hatred of women and sex in church doctrine. Jesus followed the sex positive holistic Hebrew Tradition rather than the sex negative dualistic Christian Tradition. Across 2000 years of Christian tradition Catholic sex negative doctrines, morals, laws and practices enforced by an authoritarian rather than democratic Roman church system allegedly caused mass human suffering and damage in both the Catholic Mind and the Western Mind. Using a multidisciplinary methodology the book traces a faulty sexual anthropology historically and culturally rooted in various pagan Greek, Roman and Persian sexual dualisms, which became Catholic sexual orthodoxy and which became a terminal cancer in both the Catholic Mind and the Western Mind. The book, while using extensive resources and annotated endnotes, is an interdisciplinary intellectual exercise, which examines Catholic sexual pathology through the lens of history, theology, philosophy, law, medicine, sexology, psychology, psychiatry, sociology and anthropology, while using the scientific method.The book represents a pioneer effort across a 50 year span to examine the review of literature and to empirically document the mass human suffering and damage caused by Catholic sexual orthodoxy in both the Catholic Mind and the Western Mind.


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Michael Stephen Patton:

Michael Stephen Patton is a polymath, who has done multi-disciplined sex research on society, history and religion with a specific focus on the Judeo-Christian Tradition. For decades Michael has served as clinical educator and therapist in hospitals, churches, treatment programs, jail and private practice. Michael holds degrees in sexual anthropology, a Ph.D. from Walden University, a MSW from Ohio State University, a M.DIV. from Pontifical College Josephium School of Theology, and a B.A. from Pontifical College Josephinum.

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