Author Topic: To Roman Catholics: why should I be a roman catholic, and not Orthodox?  (Read 1869 times)

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Offline Christianus

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Why, what's better about Roman Catholicism than Orthodoxy?

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I'm not a part of the Western Latin church, but I might anticipate something about Peter and a rock or something like that. :P
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I am not quite sure that we should do this on this forum. I don't think its allowed. Why don't you email one of us? I am not quite sure I wanna turn this into a debate between me alone vs. ten to twenty EOs. lol
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I'm not a part of the Western Latin church, but I might anticipate something about Peter and a rock or something like that. :P
LOL. Not so much the Rock, but Peter is a small part. However, many of my reasons are not stereotypical as that.
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I am not quite sure that we should do this on this forum. I don't think its allowed. Why don't you email one of us? I am not quite sure I wanna turn this into a debate between me alone vs. ten to twenty EOs. lol

 :police: Yeah, or else we will persecute you.
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