Skip to comments.Following The Truth: What If Mary Said “No”? (Catholic or Open)
Posted on 12/23/2011 9:48:45 AM PST by Salvation
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Already did prove it. Find the answer yourself.
Did you ever look at the links I provided to the quotes? How about the links to the humorous material another provided?
Take any reply to the other thread please.
“All you did was make opinionated claims, backed by wind, to which you then added attempt at insult.”
No, actually I provided the only logically possible explanation.
“Did you ever look at the links I provided to the quotes?”
Maybe I did. Maybve I didn’t.
“How about the links to the humorous material another provided?”
Humorous material would have import in this matter? This was not a discussion about humor.
When it comes to helicopters, or bags of steel cut oats it does, in the context of the discussions here! lol.
“When it comes to helicopters, or bags of steel cut oats it does, in the context of the discussions here! lol.”
Which just proves what I said: Humorous material would have import in this matter? This was not a discussion about humor.
Merry Christmas. I’ve not been on line much this weekend. Blessed New Year to everyone too.
But then, after holiday drinks (which is easy for me to do), it hit me how the two posts could be related. Of course a 'no' from Mary wouldn't mean God couldn't go through with the incarnation. However, maybe it would mean He wouldn't want to. Perhaps after removing Original Sin from His creation and then posing the question - perhaps a being without Original Sin who turned down God's request would not deserve salvation, nor certainly not the rest of her race who was born into Original Sin. Perhaps one is very, very dependent on the other.
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