I saw a debate online between Fr. Pacwa and Dr. Walter Martin.
Dr. Martin proposed an interesting syllogism, and I don’t think Fr. Pacwa addressed it adequately. (Of course, Fr. Pacwa’s response may have been edited, as the debate was sponsored by a non-Catholic organization.)
Dr. Martin said: If Catholics say "Jesus is God; Mary is the mother of Jesus. Therefore Mary is the mother of God"
then it also follows that we must say “God is Trinity; Mary is the mother of God, therefore, Mary is the mother of the Trinity.”
Of course, it is heretical to say Our Lady is the mother of the Trinity…yet it seems Dr. Martin’s logic is valid.
How do Catholics refute Dr.Martin’s argument?