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Here is an article by Monsignor Charles M. Mangan for those who do not quite understand what Roman Catholics mean by such terminology; remember to take into account things such as the Roman Catholic view on Original Sin, etc.http://www.catholic.org/featured/headline.php?ID=3013
By saying that saying it seem's jesus has two father's or can be interpeded as such..??
To read in the article any implication that Jesus is also the Son of the Holy Spirit is quite the stretch indeed, and to think that the article could even be interpreted that way is even more of a stretch. IMO, you really have to approach the article with an already incredibly strong anti-Catholic prejudice to see what you claim to see. I've read the whole article myself, and I see nothing that contradicts Orthodox teaching whatsoever, except maybe the Latin concept of original sin and the allusion to the Immaculate Conception.
Brother:PleaseI didn't read the article ,i won't ,i started to but the imaculate mediatrix stopped me from going further in the article....i was commenting on the title spouse of the Holy Spirit,,,that it could be interpreted as such...that's all...chill brother
What do you make of the term "Immaculate Mediatrix" (from the article), especially when taking into consideration the Scriptural verse: "For there is one God, and one mediator between God and men, the man Christ Jesus" (1 Tim. 2:5)?
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