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Re: the Pope is infallible

Von: Wild Bill (bilsgrdn@daytonwa.net) [Profil]
Datum: 21.03.2010 20:44
Message-ID: <ho5suj$7ds$1@news.parasun.com>
Newsgroup: alt.bible alt.recovery.catholicism alt.religion.christian.roman-catholic alt.atheism
"Mike Painter" <md.painter@sbcglobal.net> wrote in message
news:eTAmn.1382$%H1.450@newsfe23.iad...
> Virgil wrote:
> >>>>>>>>> **  the declaration of 1545 was to counter Fr.
Martin Luther's
>>>>>>>>>> previous assertion that the RCC had been guilty
of addition.
>>>>>>>>>> **  it's history Patrick B.
>>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>>> In 1545, the RCC DID NOT DECLARE:
>>>>>>>>> "anything it comes up with is wholly equal to
Holy Scripture.."
>>
>> Then when?
>>
>>
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> Keep on back pedaling. "anything" was not the
claim.
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> READ IT ABOVE!
>>>>>>> ANYTHING WAS the claim.
>>>>>>
>>>>>> **  no exceptions were mentioned,
>>>>>
>>>>> In 1545?
>>
>> Then when?
>>
>>>>
>>>> **  correct.
>>>
>>> In 1545 the RCC did NOT "declare that anything it comes up with is
>>> wholly equal to Holy Scripture.."
>>
>> Then when?
>
> Patrick is just playing with words. It has been pointed out to him that
> "declare that anything it comes up with is wholly equal to Holy
> Scripture.." is not what was said or meant.
> However anything the church comes up with *IS* as good as scripture if the
> church says so.

Haven't any of you clowns involved in this discussion read the post by James
on 3/12 in this same thread? A very concise and factual history of the
Pope's supposed infallibility. And, all of you are still bickering about
it...tsk, tsk.
>
>



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