Bishop Sanborn responds to the "rupture theology" article
Ok, I left the discussion for a while and, coming back, it is completely off topic. What is being discussed (or should be being discussed) is a conscience that is in cooperation with the grace of God to do objective good, to seek objective Truth, and to follow that Truth. We are not talking about our intellect's independent role in justifying the conscience of a soul non-responsive to the grace of God. Without grace, our intellect can form an "honestly erroneous conscience" because our intellects are, by their very nature, imperfect. However, a conscience in constant cooperation with grace cannot command something that is contrary to God's own law because a kingdom divided against itself cannot stand - God does not fight Himself with Himself. This "erroneous conscience" is impossible with the grace of God because God would never lead one away from the Truth. God only justifies the conscience of one who's "good willed" intellect substantiates an "honestly erroneous conscience."

Thank you all so far for this insightful debate and God bless you!

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Re: Bishop Sanborn responds to the "rupture theology" article - by INPEFESS - 06-05-2009, 02:45 AM

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