And you’re Eastern Orthodox as of…?
So much for accepting the “infallibility of Catholic teaching.”
Ignoring the supposed “infallibility of Catholic teaching” never means accepting it.
It would mean rejecting all of the New Testament, certainly. So why don’t Protestants do so?
Sorry, the Trinity is in the Scriptures.
The doctrine of the Trinity is not. Wander a bit through the Creed and look for the same descriptions in Scripture.
Secondly, since the Nicene Council were not even Roman Catholics as yourself, you borrow from them no less.
So Rome somehow wasn’t invited to Nicea?
Did somebody not get the memo regarding early Church history? You must have had the world’s worst catechist.
Thirdly, a Council the borrows merely from what came before them says nothing about those who borrow from the very same source.
They tend to quote prior work. Perhaps you should quote something yourself.
Again, so much for accepting the “infallibility of Catholic teaching.”
Proving that we accept “infallible” RC teaching by showing where we do not is a very poor argument.
Atemi, in all this time on the board you haven’t shown any ability to make an argument, much less to discern the merits of one.
More of the same.
More inability to argue on your part.
If some believe that John the Apostle is a saint means that they are borrowing from your church and her “discernment”?
Sure. Canonization is a Catholic process.
Rejecting one or more supposed “infallible” Catholic teachings by no means shows proof that they, at the very same time, “accept the infallibility of Catholic teaching.”
You basically counter your whole arguement in your own OP.
You really don’t understand argumentation, do you?
I’ll give you a little hint: you make a statement, then propose arguments which logically flow from it to reach the conclusion. I’ve given four examples where Protestants rely upon the infallible teaching of the Catholic Church. So rather than say, “Oh no we don’t”, or “You don’t teach that”, you ramble on again displaying an inability to form a coherent argument.
I suppose that those that believe that Jesus existed…which is “infallibile” Catholic teaching…also stole that from your church?
No, they may have received the notion that Jesus existed from Josephus.
The Catholic Church teaches that Jesus is the Messiah and God. THAT comes through the Catholic Church.
And as with all things that come from the Church, it is a free gift to mankind.