“Now your false claims appear to have no limits. When the Eastern Church was plagued with heretics and heresies. The Church counseled to define an incomprehensible Trinity, Theotokos, which are mysteries. Your argument is baseless.
My Reply: Saying my claims are false doesn’t magically make it true. I also thought we were one Church in those days? Perhaps not in your estimation.
“When your Arian heresy from the East tried to infect the West. The Eastern Arian heresy was defeated with the filioque. When secular powers from the science world attacked the Eucharist, the Church defeated these evil powers and principalities on their own terms with Transubstantiation.”
My Reply: Your reading of history is abit, shall we say, oversimplified. I encourage you to read more deeply on the subject. Apologetic tracts don’t quite do it.
“For the record and for your information; Transubstantiation by Church definition only confirms a substantial Change has occurred in the bread and wine. You are incorrect to try and make a false claim that the Church “tried” to define a mystery. I find your Orthodox position has no boundaries when objecting to a subject, you are either misinformed or you have no understanding and respect of the Latin language and expression of our Catholic faith. This rings like Fr. Alexis Toth in reverse.”
My Reply: So we will say and do anything to win an argument? Nice.
“I can’t help you when, you object or reject, Jesus singularly and personally leaving Peter with the divine keys and the authority to shepherd His flock on earth. Your argument against the Authority Jesus placed upon Peter does not begin until a secular power placed a Patriarch at Constantinople.”
My Reply: Perhaps if you wanted to discuss the debate in more depth it would be helpful, nasty remark about the Ecumenical Patriarchate aside
“Not if Jesus has anything to do with Peter possessing the divine keys and authority to feed and tend the flock of Jesus Christ on earth. All other objections or rejections against the Chair of Peter comes from secular and carnal misunderstandings of Peter’s Supreme authority placed by God and in God.”
My Reply: Again, merely asserting this doesn’t make it true.
“NO MAN can separate what God has joined together.”
My Reply: Doesn’t the Church have the power to bind and loose?
“Peace be with you”
My Reply: You cannot give what you don’t possess