No, consistent standard. We reject the Vatican's heretical doctrinal development of the Trinity, like we rejected the Arians'.It seems you reacted to the West the same way that the Arians reacted to the Church when the doctrine of the Trinity was formally defined.
I'm sure you see it that way.
I think you mean sewn up. Look at my post above, about the antibodies.Yeah, I thought it was sewn after I posted it but wasn't sure. Good thing this is a theological discussion and not grammar class.
Op cit. Viz supra. The inability of the Vatican to see clearly on the issue is a very large part of its problem.If you mean that the Church is a stagnant organization that has no use for the Holy Spirit because everything has already been revealed and needs no further clarification, of course the Vatican isn't going to "see" that because that notion is false.
Didn't read my post above, did you?
Now I look like my baby picture, despite I'm taller, weight more, right now have a 5 o'clock (actually more) shadow. That's development.
I also have a cross tattoo on my wrist which you will search in vain for on my baby pictures. You call that developement but its not quite that: no matter how old I got, that tattoo wasn't going to appear until I had them apply it with the needle.
My best friend has four kidnies, from two kidney transplants. Not quite development there either. He looks like his baby picture, though, too.
I have my doubts about those who have a "sex change," that they resemble their baby picture in specific ways, but I concede that their faces are probably the same. You would have to get plastic surgery to change that, like Michael Jackosn.
I remember when he married Miss Presley, someone said they would believe it when she had a baby that looked like he used to look. Not like this:
But that's the problem: ya'll at the Vatican can't make a distinction between growing and radical plastic surgery, because it's all change=development. So you appropriate it as a license to attribute the most outlandish things to the "deposit of Faith."
Then do not confirm the heretic in his heresy.I agree, which is why I'll stay in Full Communion with the Roman Pontiff, thanks.
So was cardinal umberto.You will have to elaborate because I am unfamiliar with him.
The envoy pope Leo IX sent to impose the filioque on the One, Holy,Catholic and Apostolic Church in the East.
No, but then it wasn't claiming to "develop" anything, and wasn't enunciating things never heard before.What was the purpose of the Council then if everything was already fully developed and known beforehand?