I call you out on this as well. Firstly, should we consider Swedenborgians or Unitarians or Jehovah's Witnesses as Protestants?
Secondly, if they bring up a point on any thread you'all are on that says to the effect that the Trinity is a man-made construct, wouldn't or shouldn't you'all object? But no....not a whisper --> in contrast as given above, when Kosta's view was against orthodoxy, I called him out.
NO! And if you read some of threads many times i have corrected the Catholic tendency to lump all that calls itself "Christian" as Protestant, and defined it according to core salvific beliefs and its supreme authority. while pointing out that cults such the LDS also operate under sola ecclesia. And i know of no one on my ping list that is of the above 3.
Secondly, if they bring up a point on any thread you'all are on that says to the effect that the Trinity is a man-made construct, wouldn't or shouldn't you'all object?
If i saw them do so, i should if others have not (and others also likewise), and i have corrected wrong statements or beliefs, but not necessarily when an RC brings it up from the past as a tactic to divert heat away from Rome, that being the subject at hand. And certainly not all RCs jump on a poster who posts something that is contrary to Rome if such a one is engaged in a thread supporting Rome versus us, in contrast to some Catholic caucus threads. Meanwhile, my web site which my home page links to makes my beliefs fairly well manifest.
in contrast as given above, when Kosta's view was against orthodoxy, I called him out.
It is commendable you did there, and BB commended you, which is the only response i can see, but i doubt if you came near the amount of debate i had with the man, and which was not simply about evangelical exegesis but things we both concur on.