The point that I was making with my post, and with my email, is that Catholics ARE right. We can debate this all day, but really all you have to do is look at a history book. Why were there so many changes to ideology and the scripture itself durring the reformation? Simple, because the reformers were being pushed to justify their actions. There was no way that they could split with Rome and still teach what Rome did. Thus, they had to come up with their own set of rules.
I know that there are those who think I am wrong, but it in all of the history books on the subject.
Think of it this way. If I were to form a new political party, I would have a hard time getting people to join if I just had the same set of ideology that the Republican party has. Nobody would join. But, if you came up with something new…people will follow it.
The difference, of course, is that the reformation was a far larger issue than forming a new political party. Why is there so much anti-Catholic stuff out there today? Because the Protestants are doing what they have done for the last 500 years…trying to justify their decision to leave. And, that decision was based on rhetoric that was created by man. That is the purpose of the questions, friends. I hope to make a few people see that the position of the reformers cannot be justified. And, if it cannot, then they made a mistake 500 years ago. And, if they made a mistake, people should know it so that they can come home.