By Arthur Frederick Ide.
What about the Vicars of Christ, the Holy Men of the Roman Catholic Church, the representatives of god on earth? Are they chaste, pure-minded reasonable tenders of the flock, having humankinds best interests at heart? Not exactly. Dr. Ide knows them well and exposes them for what they have been and are: gluttons, rapists, necrophilliacs, hedonists, slave-owners, pedophiles, tyrants, murderers, alchoholics, drug abusers and liars.
Unzipped is "Dedicated to all Roman Catholics who confess their sexual sins to priests who do as they do and who believe in a pope who claims to be infallible, primary, and supreme, having the power to the keys to the kingdom of heaven, which history shows actually open the doors to sex, vice and violence."
This is one of the most dispassionate, authentic books of our times. Heavily footnoted to original historical documents, no one--not even a Jesuit--can dispute the revalations which Ide brings to the reader. Introduction by Jon G. Murray.
Paperback. 189 pp.