Posts made in May, 2017

An Unintentional Debate

Posted by on May 25, 2017 in Pope Michael | 1 comment

Someone asked an honest question in regard to Siscoe and Salza’s book True or False Pope.  I ended up verifying their position on a matter, and have published a new page in regard to this.  The questions continued to come in from this person, and I realized that I was being drug into a debate with Siscoe and Salza, which I believe to be a waste of time.  They are set on their position and are ignoring the plain meaning of words in Ecclesiastical Law.  I cut off the debate last night, and would like to quote two things from our last two emails:

I wrote: “I wish people would get this infallibility idea out of their head.  To become a heretic, you do not have to attempt to declare your false doctrine in an infallible manner.  If you did, then only the Pope or someone claiming to be Pope could become a heretic.”

This person answered: “Please present an infallible law stating that a pope is infallible in every command. I only know that there is an infallible law stating that we must not believe a pope is infallible in everything, and that it is heretical to believe he is. (That does not mean one is a heretic who believes such.)”

Apparently the recognize and resist crowd believe that to become a heretic a Pope must attempt to infallibly define heresy as doctrine, which we know is impossible.

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