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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    His reaction was human. And, although I don't think this has been pointed out, he apologized. Since I heard about this last night and watched the clip, I've tried to imagine someone yanking on Queen Elizabeth's arm or a President's. You just don't do that. I'm no fan of Francis, but be fair. He's 85, and he may have arthritis in that hand or feared falling. We don't know.

    As for what you claim the RCC believes, a pope is divine, that is a hard no.

    The circumstances of infallibility are extremely limited and extraordinary. Papal infallibility - Wikipedia

    They do believe in Apostolic Succession. So do other denominations such as the Anglicans.
    And all that means is that Bishops and Priests are consecrated and ordained by a Bishop who was consecrated by another Bishop, etc., etc. going all the way back to Christ and the Apostles. It's not magic.
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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by calamity View Post
    lol...IMO, the pope was disgusted by sycophancy.

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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Why isn't Jesus doing anything now?
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    "Because the right isn't hate-filled."

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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira View Post
    Thanks Nota, I am glad to hear he apologized and yes, we as imperfect humans, do things we regret and are truly sorry for...as for his divinity, I have read differently...
    What you have read is mistaken and also heretical.

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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by it's just me View Post
    And all that means is that Bishops and Priests are consecrated and ordained by a Bishop who was consecrated by another Bishop, etc., etc. going all the way back to Christ and the Apostles. It's not magic.
    Right.

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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Who knew that you could “piss off the Pope?”
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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by nota bene View Post
    What you have read is mistaken and also heretical.
    That is not what numerous references state...

    The Pope Claims to be God on Earth | Papal Infallibility

    And considering the heresies the RRC teaches, which the Bible in no way supports, it does cast doubt...
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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira View Post
    That is not what numerous references state...

    The Pope Claims to be God on Earth | Papal Infallibility

    And considering the heresies the RRC teaches, which the Bible in no way supports, it does cast doubt...
    Number one, you have misunderstood those "references". I don't believe they claim what you think they do. In Roman times, Caesar was said to be God, not the Pope.

    And considering the heresies the Jehovah's Witnesses cult teaches, which the Bible in no way supports, it does cast doubt on your claims.
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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by Elvira View Post
    That is not what numerous references state...

    The Pope Claims to be God on Earth | Papal Infallibility

    And considering the heresies the RRC teaches, which the Bible in no way supports, it does cast doubt...
    Well, let me think here. Do I accept what the Catholics say about Papal authority, or do I take the word of anti-Catholic protestants word about what Papal authority is? Do I look at some anti-Catholic site, an old Presbyterian sermon, or do I listen to the Cathlics about what the Catholics believe?

    When it comes to what Catholics believe, I will accept what the Catholics say their beliefs are first.
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    Re: What would Jesus Do?

    Quote Originally Posted by RAMOSS View Post
    Well, let me think here. Do I accept what the Catholics say about Papal authority, or do I take the word of anti-Catholic protestants word about what Papal authority is? Do I look at some anti-Catholic site, an old Presbyterian sermon, or do I listen to the Cathlics about what the Catholics believe?

    When it comes to what Catholics believe, I will accept what the Catholics say their beliefs are first.
    Since Catholics themselves made such claims, I guess you'll be taking their word for it then...
    "For the creation was subjected to futility, not by its own will, but through the one who subjected it, on the basis of hope that the creation itself will also be set free from enslavement to corruption and have the glorious freedom of the children of God. " Romans 8:20,21

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