Hypothetically, would ordination of women mean the gates of hell had prevailed?
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(10-13-2019, 09:23 AM)formerbuddhist Wrote: You watch, even if the Pope decides to ordain women there will always be some jesuitical hair splitting answer to justify it or to pretend that it's not what it looks like so that people will protect their psyche from further damage.  Hate to be that harsh but that's how I see it. This has been the name of the game for centuries, whether it was with usury,  the liturgy or whatever.  Same old, same old. 

Yeah, this exact same sort of thing played out with the death penalty change.

I have no doubt that if women's "ordination" did start happening, people would wave away JPII's infallible statements on the topic as "just being meant for that period in history," along with any and all other evidence against it. Basically retconning infallible statements as much as needed to in order to avoid contradicting the Church's current "teachings." Even if doing so would render "infallibility" as practically meaningless since it would be impossible to pin down any interpretation of said statements.
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RE: Hypothetically, would ordination of women mean the gates of hell had prevailed? - by Lonion - 10-13-2019, 10:18 AM



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