g: “Ok, I will take that as a “no”. I am not here to have a “war of words” either. But I am here to participate in Catholic Answers.”
As am I. And I stated in a later post that I know what a straw man argument is.
g: “Pretty much you did. First I asked you for a source from Luther demonstrating that he removed the deuterocanon. You are still unable to provide that (because it does not exist).”
My source is Father Mitch Pacwa… Father Mitch is the one I found out what Martin Luther had done from. He did the studying. And I believe him.
g: “Then you switched over to talking about the KJV, to which Luther had no contribution.”
No. The KJV is always the Bible I was referring to. It’s others who brought up Bibles I’ve never heard of or read inc Luther’s version of the Bible. All I know that he wrote was a catechism. that’s sold on Amazon. And I haven’t read that either. No desire to read it or anything else he wrote.
g: “Then I asked you who “recognized” this version, and what authority they had to determine it is the right bible. What is your source for this assertion? To which you responded: Source: Every Protestant who doesn’t accept any Bible other than the KJV.”
Yes. What kind of source do you want? My source is Protestants who recognize the authority of the KJV. If you want scholars, no, I don’t have those.
g: “I noted that this would not be considered a scholarly or reasonable “source” to back up your assertion, at which point you invited me to conduct interviews:”
No, I didn’t invite you to conduct interviews. I said do the research yourself. If that involves conducting interviews to you, fine, go for it. I use search engines and speak to people I know, not in an interview capacity, just casual conversation.
g: “So it seems you are demonstrating a pattern here of making baseless assertions that you have no credible sources to support.”
Whatever you want to think, guanophore.
Not going to argue with you. It’s clear to me that you are not interested in the truth. That like the Protestants I conversed with elsewhere when the subject of Martin Luther first came up, were so floored that he had removed book 7 books and parts of two others from the Bible (and wanted several others removed that weren’t), that even if I gave you everything you wanted as source material, you still wouldn’t believe it.
So you can say whatever you want about me. I, at least, did my own research after listening to Father Mitch’s revelations which were made before a webinar he was giving. I doubt those comments were recorded, but he said the same thing on an episode of Threshold Of Hope. Unfortunately, I no longer have that one. But you may still be able to find it in EWTN’s audio files.