The Sermon on the Mount And Development/Change

This post is just a thought piece on the development/changes Jesus made to the law of Moses during the Sermon on the Mount. We will not be diving into the theology on the development of doctrine nor how it relates to Vatican II. What I want to do is see how Jesus deepens Moses’s lawContinue reading “The Sermon on the Mount And Development/Change”


4 Quotes on Papal Primacy/Error

“For it has never been allowed that that be discussed again which has once been decided by the Apostolic See” St. Boniface I, Letter to Rufus, Bishop of Thessaly 422 “The Apostolic See’s confession of faith is unassailable; it is impossible for it to be stained by any false doctrine or be contaminated by anyContinue reading “4 Quotes on Papal Primacy/Error”

Muslims in Vatican II

Here are two often used claims against Vatican II on the topic of Muslims and my responses that may provide you with some food for thought in your next debate. Claim: Nostra Aetate #3 says that Muslims worship the creator of heaven and earth, but Muslims don’t worship the Trinity so this is wrong. Response:Continue reading “Muslims in Vatican II”

The 3 Saint Argument

This is a short argument for thought. 3 Popes who supported Vatican II have now been named saints, Pope Paul VI, John XXIII ad John Paul II. They all made Vatican II a large part of their ministry as Pope. Canonizations cannot be wrong (you can search that for yourself). Thus, holding to a Pro-VaticanContinue reading “The 3 Saint Argument”

Peaceful and Universal Acceptance of a Pope: Refuting Sedevacantism

This is just a short post brining attention of an excellent and complete refutation of any form of sedevacantism. One way to evade acceptance of Vatican II is too claim that the see of Peter is vacant. This position is not sustainable. An excellent treatment of the topic can be found here,the%20form%20to%20the%20matter%20following%20the%20election. Or justContinue reading “Peaceful and Universal Acceptance of a Pope: Refuting Sedevacantism”

Vatican II FAQ’s Word on Fire

Word on Fire now has an excellent FAQ page on Vatican II. Check it out. Click Here. It answers the following 12 questions. These 12 responses show how we owe Vatican II a religious assent because it is part of the ordinary magisterium’s teaching authority. It cannot be changed or disregarded. If you want toContinue reading “Vatican II FAQ’s Word on Fire”