The See of Peter has now passed to the former Doctrinal Enforcer, to the chagrin of liberal thinking Catholics who are enthralled with the "spirit" of Vatican II. How will the tenets of faith avoid secular corruption? How will the true "letter" of Vatican II directives be implemented without continual misinterpretation by revisionists?
The very seeds of Moral Relativism promote a doctrine of laissez faire within the Church as it pertains to the lives of individuals with respect to free will. Moral Relativists, when they are masquerading as Catholics, believe that there is no body of humans that should be telling them what to do. They think free will means that there should be no rules - that no one should intervene or impinge upon their "freedom" until Jesus decides particular right from wrong at the Final Judgment.
I believe the philosophical options have been fully explored and the only answer is polarization. Being afraid of the title, "fanatic for Jesus", is nonsensical. If one is really a believer, he/she is called to fanaticism. Compromise with proponents of Islam or any other religion in the name of quasi-truth is at best, a stalling tactic.
I hope my bias has not skewed the wording of the poll.