Bishop Sanborn responds to the "rupture theology" article
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(06-04-2009, 07:06 PM)GodFirst Wrote:
lamentabili sane Wrote:No man has a duty to profess a false religion (it is evil), therefore they have no right to do so and may be stopped (coerced) from doing so. However, the common good also requires that at times they be tolerated.
To coerce is not always to merely stop someone from doing something.
Quote:co·erce  
TRANSITIVE VERB:
co·erced , co·erc·ing , co·erc·es
To force to act or think in a certain way by use of pressure, threats, or intimidation; compel.
To dominate, restrain, or control forcibly: coerced the strikers into compliance. See Synonyms at force.
To bring about by force or threat: efforts to coerce agreement.
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ETYMOLOGY:
Latin coercre, to control, restrain : co-, co- + arcre, to enclose, confine
They may be stopped from doing so but not by not coercion, that is, threats or intimidation.

I didn't say threaten or intimidate.

[size=10pt]Latin coercre, to control, restrain : co-, co- + arcre, to enclose, confine[/size]
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