Where Does It Mention the Infallibility of the Pope in the Bible?
Yes an atheist has read the bible, scary stuff huh? Anyway I've looked everywhere and I can't even see a mention for the need of a priest, bishop, cardinal, monk, or pope let alone the infallibility of any of them regarding religion...so...location please?
The infallibility of the Pope is Catholic Church doctrine and not in Scripture.
Ah...so how many people were drunk at the time this was being formulated?
Is it not possible to have a civil discussion with regard to religion without the sarcasm? I am not Catholic so I have no idea of the condition of the people setting doctrine for the denomination. Ask a Catholic I guess.
Actually that comment was borrowed straight from a friend of mine who's Catholic (asked him at college about this). Except he's rarely sarcastic so now I'm curious if his question was genuine...
Here is a link that gives a very good explanation of the subject matter presented in this question http://www.gotquestions.org/papal-infallibility.html
it does not. there is no longer a need or place for a priest . There never was a place for a pope because he usurps the Place of God. THe new testament does away with priests and all other rulers in he church. Jesus is the head, the senior pastor, the only way to God. The only mediator between God and Men and any man that tries to take that place is a usurper ( are you listening pastors) What the new testament church was given by Jesus is servant ministries to show the way by example and there are so very few today.
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