I would say ,for the Protestants It's confusing ,When A catholic Talks it's about the pope,and not much about what Christ said, but what the Pope said...I could understand where there coming from.....The Pope said This and That.....
Note that there are no qualifiers in your initial statement: "When A catholic Talks it's about the pope."
This is, on the bald face of it, a very
generalized statement that includes all
Of course, you always
later backpedal when confronted about your stereotypes and come up with qualifiers to make your original statement seem more palpable and less a caricature, but you still never
learn to think before you type and especially before you hit the Post button.
Is this what you want to do before God, stashko? Do you want to backpedal when you are face to face with the Most High and say, "Lord, Lord, I didn't mean that, I meant this?"
The Saints and Fathers tell us to keep our mouths shut and when we do speak, we speak with conviction, clarity and honesty.
I (and others) keep telling you that it is in your best interest, in this forum's best interest, and in the best interest of those who have trouble understanding your intent (and please don't act shocked that you didn't know this was the case) to think about what others will read into your phrasing and word choice before you finalize your post by hitting that Post button.