“Are you reading Greek or are you using a concordance? I ask because the majority of the Protestant concordances were constructed by attempting to tie the King James translation to the original Koine Greek manuscripts.”
I read NT Greek. I also know how to use tools. Since I am not a protestant, I’m not sure where you are going with that.
“I’m not sure where you are going with this argument because to advance it you will have to make an argument that none of those recognized as saints by the Catholic Church are holy and I don’t think that is what you are contending.”
I don’t have an argument. Nor did I argue that anyone was or wasn’t a saint. I stated the reality of who God recognizes as a saint - ALL believers who have entrusted themselves to the Gospel of Grace. No more or no less. Please reread my first post, if you are interested. I said it clearly there.
Peace back at ya.
Participation in any of these discussions often requires that we read between the lines and consider the perspective or theological context of the participants. Not doing so would require many pro forma disclaimers and disclosures. That said I am interested in how you define Protestant and how you consider your specific belief set or denomination to be non-Protestant.
Peace be with you