God is infallible, human beings are not.
I'm not sure what that has to do with the point that I made?
Your statement was that:
"If an Ecumenical Council were infallible, its fruits would not be division and persecution of fellow Christians."
My question to you was, what happens when we extend this idea to God? So, to use your terminology:
"If God were infallible, his fruits would not be division and persecution of fellow Christians."
The implied point is, of course, that people and Christians do
argue over God, to the point of killing each other, and thus since these are bad fruits, according to your idea God cannot therefore be infallible. I am not seriously saying this as some type of refutation of God, I meant it mostly as a joke. I was trying to illustrate that the idea doesn't really seem to work. I mean, why would something being infallible somehow make fallible men stop arguing with each other? That has been my point the entire thread, that fallible man wouldn't be effected by something/someone being infallible, even if that thing/person existed.