A thread from Catholic.com (more may be added)

Since this one is these two are locked, I can take this one them:

1) Robert Sungenis provoked the shock of first poster: page 1 · page 2 · page 3 · page 4 · page 5 · page 6 · page 7, locked here;
1 b) This one is was not closed, but it is getting interesting: page 1 · page 2 · page 3 · page 4 · page 5 · page 6, just started when posting this ... keep watching, it is about Geocentrism! And here are more pages on same:
page 7 · page 8 · page 9 · page 10 · page 11 · page 12 · page 13 · page 14 · page 15 · page 16 · page 17 · page 18 · page 19 · page 20 · page 21 · page 22 page 23 · page 24 · page 25 · page 26 · page 27 · page 28 · page 29 · page 30 · page 31 · page 32. (closed at p. 32)

If the bishop had condemned "The Church Was Right Galileo Was Wrong" it would have been an argument against theological value of the book. Obviously no-one claims canonic status for it. But saying it does not adress theology is merely devious.

1 c) - Geocentrism and Creationism: page 1 · page 2 · page 3 · page 4 · page 5 · page 6 · page 7 · page 8 · page 9.

1 d) On a special argument concerning Geocentrism, closed (I am absent): page 1 · page 2 · page 3 · page 4 · page 5 · page 6 · page 7 · page 8 · page 9 · page 10 · page 11 · page 12 · page 13 · page 14 · page 15 · page 16 · page 17.

1 e) one page so far - has Cassini-Huygens spacecraft flyby of earth in 1999 disproven geocentrism? was closed, unlike claim of moderator without question or other questions having been duly answered. After that I posted on the Fatima miracle thread in reference to the dancing sun being a geocentric miracle. I duly also said that Dom Stanley Jaki gave another explanation. I was banned. Following threads obviously come in before that happened.

2) and this one, on atheists not believing factuality of Bible: page 1 · page 2, locked here.

3)Another locked thread, to which I did NOT contribute: page 1 · page 2 - just showing the moderators' take on freedom of expression.



4) On Daily Mass: page 1 · page 2 · page 3.* - Locked.

*If an old man feels it is for youngsters, it might be because, precisely, he was used to Baltimore Catechism and Q & A. And therefore needed less training from priests who therefore could spend more time on sacred things.

5) On nature of infallibility, a net sum of occurrences or a state start of thread.

6) On moral obligation to take care of mental health, how it obliges and does not oblige start of thread.

6 b) "Was St Benedict Joseph Labre mentally ill" - my answer is of course no: page 1, page 2, page 3, page 4, page 5.

7) On sacredness of human life, denied by first poster: page 1 page 2 page 3

New account (hglundahl):

Does Catholicism have Boot Camps for Laymen with Attitude Problems?
forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=676135


What is the Biblical definition of sola scriptura?
forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=674241


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Transubstantiation and the Early Church
forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=674738


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The Church's Authority — Circular Reasoning?
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=676351


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homosexual marriage (I am against, obviously)
http://forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=674916


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How do we explain the very old ages that people lived to in Old Testament times?
forums.catholic.com/showthread.php?t=673818


(Would be "in Genesis times" since those very old ages are not found in parts of OT after Genesis, except its resumés in Paralipomenon)

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