The Immaculate Conception of Mary continues to be a major disagreement point by other Christian denominations towards the Catholic faith. Many people say that the Immaculate Conception somehow takes away from Christ's glory and message. Some will say that this belief in Mary is not found in the Bible, or that it blatantly contradicts the Bible's words. There are also thousands of people who mistakenly believe what the Catholic Church teaches about the Immaculate Conception, which unfortunately has lead to many misguided opinions. What evidence do Catholics have to defend their belief in Mary's Immaculate Conception?
It says that those who disagree with Roman Catholics on this dogma are "mistaken" and "misguided", yet having a closed caucus thread gives no one the chance to counter their assertions. The poster of this thread is well aware of the rules and restrictions. The subject has been debated dozens of times on the Religion Forum OPEN threads in the past. Why this time is it okay to close off debate? It appears as a way to "sneak" past the rules. As always, I submit to your judgment and authority. Thank you.
I didn’t take it as against other Christians.....just a statement of fact.
It is a question for Catholics not for other believers.
I will open the thread and restore the two removed posts.
In the future, please let me know by Freepmail if you disagree with a caucus tag.