Again, that has been deemed as “debated” and speculated; hence “Theologians aren’t agreed on this question” and “This is sometimes questions” and “[B]ut the genuineness of the concession is very doubtful”.
Absolutely not! You are arguing the use of the a supposed, non-agreed upon, questionable “presbyter ordination” that was granted by a Pope. Cannot anyone just claim valid ordination because of this “occurrence”, Lutheran or whatever new denomination?
This is a good and fair point. However, valid apostolic succession is what makes their ordinations valid. How does a Lutheran minister claim valid apostolic succession?
I have never heard of a Lutheran “priest”. How can a protestant pastor claim to be a priest when they do not sacrifice the living Body and Blood of Jesus Christ to the Father?