"The author made no reference to anything needing the bible for proof. His contention is that Clavin, Zwingli, Luther said something."
If you read back through the thread you'll see that the issue of biblical proof had to do with the name of the website.
It claims biblical answers for catholic beliefs and the fails to use any scriptural reference for it's claim.
posted on 04/15/2003 4:38:43 PM PDT
The name of the website contains evidences and references in the bible for numerous things. It does not contain references that could be ironclad proof that Mary was "ever virgin". That does not disqualify the name of the site. It contains lots of things. The bible does not prove the opposite contention at all except to English speakers who take the KJV or another English translation to be the only Inspired book and the original Greek as being uninspired and invalid. That would lacerate that old Christian Tradition that revelation is closed, that there is no new revelation since Christ. And were Luther et al wrong?
posted on 04/15/2003 6:15:13 PM PDT
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