To: Dr. Eckleburg; OLD REGGIE; boatbums; The Theophilus; metmom; Quix
"Papal infallibility" wasn't even declared a dogma of the Roman church until Pius IX
That is true, although a similar belief has been held continually since the Early Church. Vatican I specified that the Pope can go against the consensus of the bishops; that was the only thing that some might call an innovation. On the other hand, St. Athanasius went "contra mundum" in 4c. and we all praise him for that.
posted on 02/17/2011 6:16:59 PM PST
To: annalex; Amityschild; Brad's Gramma; Captain Beyond; Cvengr; DvdMom; firebrand; ...
That is true, although a similar belief has been held continually since the Early Church.
The Vatican Alice In Wonderland School Of Theology, Reality Mangling, Chronic Professional Blaming, Wailing and Whining Cult's RUBBERIZED HISTORY strikes again!
Imagine, Proddys, they actually BELIEVE that stuff!
posted on 02/17/2011 6:58:59 PM PST
(Times are a changin' INSURE you have believed in your heart & confessed Jesus as Lord Come NtheFlesh)
To: Quix; annalex
St. Athanasius went "contra mundum" in 4c. and we all praise him for that.
Hey Quix, I was hoping 4c was an apartment number but I'm beginning to believe we either have some real old folks here or there are dead spirits talking.
I only read a handful or so posts tonight and I haven't stopped laughing.
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