Part VII,  published in Marchsaid that Bowden, who was not approached about the blog's allegations prior to their posting, had since declined to respond to questions posed by the website's blogger regarding his article. On coercive interrogation and torture[ edit ] In the October issue of The Atlantic, Bowden's article "The Dark Art of Interrogation"  advocated a ban on all forms of coercive interrogation. He said that in certain rare instances, interrogators would be morally justified in breaking the law and ought to face the consequences. Written more than a year before the violations of prisoners revealed at Abu Ghraib and other detention centers, he wrote, in part:
However, for its clergy this state of being unmarried is considered to be a consequence of the obligation to be completely and perpetually content: Clerics are obliged to observe perfect and perpetual continence for the sake of the kingdom of heaven and therefore are bound to celibacy which is a special gift of God by which sacred ministers can adhere more easily to Christ with an undivided heart and are able to dedicate themselves more freely to the service of God and humanity.
All the ordained ministers of the Latin Church, with the exception of permanent deacons, are normally chosen from among men of faith who live a celibate life and who intend to remain celibate "for the sake of the kingdom of heaven.
Celibacy is a sign of this new life to the service of which the Church's minister is consecrated; accepted with a joyous heart celibacy radiantly proclaims the Reign of God. In the Eastern Churches a different discipline has been in force for many centuries: This practice has long been considered legitimate; these priests exercise a fruitful ministry within their communities.
Moreover, priestly celibacy is held in great honor in the Eastern Churches and many priests have freely chosen it for the sake of the Kingdom of God. In the East as in the West a man who has already received the sacrament of Holy Orders can no longer marry. Background[ edit ] In some Christian churches, such as the western and some eastern sections of the Catholic Churchpriests and bishops must as a rule be unmarried men.
In others, such as the Eastern Orthodox Churchthe churches of Oriental Orthodoxy and some of the Eastern Catholic Churchesmarried men may be ordained as deacons or priests, but may not remarry if their wife dies, and celibacy is required only of bishops.
Since celibacy is seen as a consequence of the obligation of continence, it implies abstinence from sexual relationships.
The Code of Canon Law prescribes: Clerics are to behave with due prudence towards persons whose company can endanger their obligation to observe continence or give rise to scandal among the faithful. Bishops must be unmarried men or widowers; a married man cannot become a bishop.
Exceptions are admitted and there are over married Catholic priests who converted from the Anglican Communion and Protestant faiths. Neither the Catholic nor the Orthodox tradition considers the rule of clerical celibacy to be an unchangeable dogmabut instead as a rule that could be adjusted if the Church thought it appropriate and to which exceptions are admitted.
From the time of the first ecumenical council the Christian church forbids voluntary physical castration and the alleged self-castration of the theologian Origen was used to discredit him.
Clerical continence in Christianity[ edit ] First century[ edit ] Some of the earliest Christian leaders were married men. The mention in Mark 1: On the other hand, in Luke Paul, says Laurent Cleenewerck, a priest of the Orthodox Church in America and professor of theology at Euclid University, clearly favored celibacy, which he understood as "a gift".
This I say by way of concession, not of command. I wish that all were as I myself am. But each has a particular gift from God, one having one kind and another a different kind.
To the unmarried and the widows I say that it is well for them to remain unmarried as I am. But if they are not practicing self-control, they should marry.
For it is better to marry than to be aflame with passion. In the same chapter Paul, who wrote that a pastor is to be "the husband of one wife", 1 Timothy 3: A locus classicus used in favour of sacerdotal celibacy is 1 Corinthians 7: But the married man is anxious about worldly things, how to please his wife" and a locus classicus used against sacerdotal celibacy is the statement in 1 Timothy 3: One interpretation of "the husband of one wife" is that the man to be ordained could not have been married more than once and that perfect continence, total abstinence, was expected from him starting on the day of his ordination.
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