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To: Aquinasfan
I don't see any other context in which the statement can be taken. It is completely straightforward. Your reference to the context is a weak attempt to dodge the issue.

The Lutheran - Catholic accord on justification was a complete disaster. In the end it accomplished nothing. How can a Lutheran be justified without professing the Catholic faith?

34 posted on 11/02/2001 7:22:43 AM PST by Bellarmine
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To: Bellarmine
I don't see any other context in which the statement can be taken. It is completely straightforward. Your reference to the context is a weak attempt to dodge the issue.
Then why don’t you prove that this is what V2 said? It didn’t say that, and you know it. The Cardinal’s opinion is no more then that, the Cardinal’s opinion. You can take it as Gospel all you like, it isn’t.

patent  +AMDG

35 posted on 11/02/2001 7:27:12 AM PST by patent
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To: Bellarmine
In the final analysis, I think the decision as to who is to be saved is a choice God alone will make.

How can a finite mind possibly fathom the thought processes of an Infinite Intellect?

38 posted on 11/02/2001 7:37:56 AM PST by ZULU
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To: Bellarmine
How can a Lutheran be justified without professing the Catholic faith?

Last time I checked, faith in Christ was working pretty well.

120 posted on 11/02/2001 4:13:44 PM PST by the808bass
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