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    twinc
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    how does the material brain communicate with the immaterial mind – what bridges the gap – how does that which is material know,hear,feel,taste and see – twinc

    #10497

    LARobert
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    Does the Earth revolve around the Sun, or does the Universe revolve around the Earth. Is the Earth round or flat?

    #10500

    twinc
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    "LARobert":29maevgu wrote:
    Does the Earth revolve around the Sun, or does the Universe revolve around the Earth. Is the Earth round or flat?[/quote:29maevgu]
    according to the greatest scientist and the greatest theologian and the creator of the world and science,scientists and theologians “the universe revolves around the round earth” – Galileo was wrong all along and God was right for how could it be otherwise – see http://www.galileowaswrong.com – come home now – twinc
    #10502

    Andres Ortiz
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    "twinc":3p5gg0i8 wrote:
    "LARobert":3p5gg0i8 wrote:
    Does the Earth revolve around the Sun, or does the Universe revolve around the Earth. Is the Earth round or flat?[/quote:3p5gg0i8]
    according to the greatest scientist and the greatest theologian and the creator of the world and science,scientists and theologians “the universe revolves around the round earth” – Galileo was wrong all along and God was right for how could it be otherwise – see http://www.galileowaswrong.com – come home now – twinc[/quote:3p5gg0i8]
    I’m not sure that as a matter of faith in our Lord that it makes a hill of beans of difference. For crying out loud, what does this have to do with the resurrection of Christ?

    Nothing?

    Oh good, let’s move on then. Thanks.

    #10512

    twinc
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    "Jon":396cgk95 wrote:
    "twinc":396cgk95 wrote:
    "LARobert":396cgk95 wrote:
    Does the Earth revolve around the Sun, or does the Universe revolve around the Earth. Is the Earth round or flat?[/quote:396cgk95]
    according to the greatest scientist and the greatest theologian and the creator of the world and science,scientists and theologians “the universe revolves around the round earth” – Galileo was wrong all along and God was right for how could it be otherwise – see http://www.galileowaswrong.com – come home now – twinc[/quote:396cgk95]
    I’m not sure that as a matter of faith in our Lord that it makes a hill of beans of difference. For crying out loud, what does this have to do with the resurrection of Christ?

    Nothing?

    Oh good, let’s move on then. Thanks.[/quote:396cgk95]
    no not quite or really nothing according to our Catechism at CCC 282 and imho – twinc

    #10513

    LARobert
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    Again in your supplanting the office of Peter with the individuals of your choosing you interpret CCC 282 in the light of your own lamp, as the passage has nothing to say about the Biblical account of Creation, we see you also omit the following passage from CCC 283…

    [quote:1mutn2v9]The question about the origins of the world and of man has been the object of many scientific studies which have splendidly enriched our knowledge of the age and dimensions of the cosmos, the development of life-forms and the appearance of man. These discoveries invite us to even greater admiration for the greatness of the Creator, prompting us to give him thanks for all his works and for the understanding and wisdom he gives to scholars and researchers. With Solomon they can say: “It is he who gave me unerring knowledge of what exists, to know the structure of the world and the activity of the elements. . . for wisdom, the fashioner of all things, taught me.”[/quote:1mutn2v9]
    I’ll stick with Peter, as you and your select group who wish to supplant the Church with one of your own creation which discounts all bishops priests and even the Holy See who have remained faithful to the teachings of Christ, because the vocal minority who have abandoned
    the Faith. You are throwing the baby out with the bath water. Thankfully our Holy Father has more love, patience, and charity than those who would remain persistant in their rejection of the Authentic teachings of the Church both on the far left and the far right.

    #10515

    twinc
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    "LARobert":2ixrvkgn wrote:
    Again in your supplanting the office of Peter with the individuals of your choosing you interpret CCC 282 in the light of your own lamp, as the passage has nothing to say about the Biblical account of Creation, we see you also omit the following passage from CCC 283…

    [quote:2ixrvkgn]The question about the origins of the world and of man has been the object of many scientific studies which have splendidly enriched our knowledge of the age and dimensions of the cosmos, the development of life-forms and the appearance of man. These discoveries invite us to even greater admiration for the greatness of the Creator, prompting us to give him thanks for all his works and for the understanding and wisdom he gives to scholars and researchers. With Solomon they can say: “It is he who gave me unerring knowledge of what exists, to know the structure of the world and the activity of the elements. . . for wisdom, the fashioner of all things, taught me.”[/quote:2ixrvkgn]
    I’ll stick with Peter, as you and your select group who wish to supplant the Church with one of your own creation which discounts all bishops priests and even the Holy See who have remained faithful to the teachings of Christ, because the vocal minority who have abandoned
    the Faith. You are throwing the baby out with the bath water. Thankfully our Holy Father has more love, patience, and charity than those who would remain persistant in their rejection of the Authentic teachings of the Church both on the far left and the far right.[/quote:2ixrvkgn]
    be told and be assured that neither I or those at kolbecenter have anything to fear coming ex cathedra – in fact we pray and look forward to the day so that this disunity,disobedience and division is ended once and for all – when what is revealed to Peter is not by way out,weird and wacky humans but by our Father in heaven – some few already hold fast to the faith in spite of the vicious majority who have lost it and are together on the broad road – come home now – twinc

    #10520

    LARobert
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    If the Pope or a Council were to make a De Fide pronouncement on the subject then all Catholics would be bound to it. However the fact that you and your sources seem to have pre-empted any pronouncement and refused the intrerpetation of the pronouncements made in the past which would place you as the sole resident of the home you claim as your own, and not those who hold positions that the Church permits but do not support your own.

    I completely support those who hold your position in union with the mind of the Church. That the belief that the BIblical stories of Creation are among the many possible ways God could have chosen to create the universe, and that God created everything out of nothing. That the human sould did not evolve from the soul of a lower animal, but at one point in time was created out of nothing and instilled into our first parents. That as the Hebrew word Yom can refer to the hours of daylight, excluding night-time, or a 24 hour period, or an exanse of time, leaving the Bible as the Inspired word of God, which teaches us truth by both literal and figurative narratives, not a science textbook.

    #10521

    twinc
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    "LARobert":4cmaqa1p wrote:
    If the Pope or a Council were to make a De Fide pronouncement on the subject then all Catholics would be bound to it. However the fact that you and your sources seem to have pre-empted any pronouncement and refused the intrerpetation of the pronouncements made in the past which would place you as the sole resident of the home you claim as your own, and not those who hold positions that the Church permits but do not support your own.

    I completely support those who hold your position in union with the mind of the Church. That the belief that the BIblical stories of Creation are among the many possible ways God could have chosen to create the universe, and that God created everything out of nothing. That the human sould did not evolve from the soul of a lower animal, but at one point in time was created out of nothing and instilled into our first parents. That as the Hebrew word Yom can refer to the hours of daylight, excluding night-time, or a 24 hour period, or an exanse of time, leaving the Bible as the Inspired word of God, which teaches us truth by both literal and figurative narratives, not a science textbook.[/quote:4cmaqa1p]
    picking and choosing what to accept or what to reject is unacceptable – it is a question of hot or cold and not lukewarm vomit – an each way bet or one foot in each camp is not acceptable to those in either camp – it must be a literal acceptance that the Church is built on Peter and also elsewhere as regards transsubstantiation,virgin birth,son of God etc – the enemy is now within the gates and is within one’s own household of faith[Mt.10:36] – come home now – btw there is a big difference between the prouncements made in the past and rejected by creationists and an ex cathedra binding on all Catholics prouncement or statement for which we as creationists eagerly hope and pray ut unum sint – also note that a Pope and Council has made a De Fide prouncement on the subject that has been and is blatantly and openly ignored,misinterpreted and wrongly accepted and taught – twinc

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