My school gets rid of old books all the time. They put them on a shelf for free. I always look through there to see if there's something I could use. If I am even remotely interested, I grab the book-- I mean, hey, it's free. Last week I saw two pamphlets about commentary on Genesis. I've got Haydock bibles so I didn't need them, but I thought they might be neat to have.
Stamped in 1959, with Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur. The actual pamphlet seems to have been written in '52, with the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur given in 1959. I wonder if they had been trying to get this published for a few years and finally got around to it after Pius XII died... Anyways, you can barely go a paragraph in this without reading pure, unadulterated textbook modernism. What is really
interesting, and the scans don't show this that well, whoever owned the book before actually underlined all the modernism.
I have scans of the cover, copyright page, and the first three pages of the introduction. Behold, modernism.
You may have to click on the last one, the print is pretty small when you view it in my post. Clicking on it will bring up a larger version.