Typical of somebody with nothing to say. You claim a superiority based on a typographical error. You also claim not to worship Mary. Both of those statements are based on faith in RC's catechism teachings.
You also revert to atypical claims of following Christ, yet you pray to Mary, do you not? Veneration is worship!
Paul's letter to the Corinthians continues:
1 Cor :16 Therefore I urge you to imitate me. 17 For this reason I have sent to you Timothy, my son whom I love, who is faithful in the Lord. He will remind you of my way of life in Christ Jesus, which agrees with what I teach everywhere in every church....
Not quite the way you represent it! But, again, that is atypical...
“Typical of somebody with nothing to say. You claim a superiority based on a typographical error.”
No, I merely pointed out the obvious. Was I wrong in my conclusion about a government school?
“You also claim not to worship Mary.”
Actually, there too, I simply stated a fact. I made no claim. The fact is I do, have not, and will not, worship Mary.
“Both of those statements are based on faith in RC’s catechism teachings.”
No. The first comment is based on you. Again, was I wrong? Do tell. The second comment is based upon personal experience. The fact that the catechism backs up the second comment is actually irrelevant here.
“You also revert to atypical claims of following Christ,”
Revert? Atypical? Are you sure you know what “atypical” means? It wouldn’t make sense to use both words on the same subject. Revert means to go back to something. Atypical means something is not typical, not expected. How can someone “go back” to what is “not expected”?
“yet you pray to Mary, do you not? Veneration is worship!”
No, veneration is not worship. As any dictionary will tell you veneration is “to honor (as an icon or a relic) with a ritual act of devotion.”
“Paul’s letter to the Corinthians continues: 1 Cor :16 Therefore I urge you to imitate me.”
“Not quite the way you represent it!”
Actually it is EXACTLY the way I represented it. St. Paul was telling the Christians of Corinth to follow him as a role model.
“But, again, that is atypical...”
Again, I don’t think you know what the word “atypical” means. You just claimed I misrepresented a verse and that that is not typical for me. I agree it isn’t typical - in fact I have never misrepresented a verse - but it is hilarious that you undercut your own attempts are argument by using words you apparently don’t understand. Sciolism is a sad thing. Look it up if you don’t know what that is.