In 1870 the dogma of infallibility was promulgated, according to which the Pope is protected from even the possibility of error, so long as he is speaking ex cathedra on matters of faith and morals. In that regard Mr. Benthall, Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Anthropology of Unniversity College London, reminds us of the fragility of Enlightenment values. "Forget Nietzsche!" he cries; and he recommends Christianity as a recourse against moral chaos. "Let us restore a balance of principles upon the basis of common sense!" he continues. "Pay no heed to philosophers seduced by nihilism!"
Who is infallible do you think - should you not have been seduced by nihilism:
1) The Pope 2) The Archbishop of Canterbury 3) Yourself 4) Your great-aunts 5) Kant 6) Wittgenstein 7) Plato 8) Buddha 9) No one 10) Some one else (please state).