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User talk:Matrona

1,037 bytes added, 21:54, November 6, 2005
And above all these things put on LOVE, which is the bond of perfectness
::Regarding natural languange limitations, let me also add that Incarnation is a real mystery, as the Bible declares, "And without controversy great is the ''mystery'' of godliness: God was manifest in the flesh" (I Timothy 3:16). Trying to describe and "encapsulate" our infinite God within the confines of a finite language will be always shaded with some sort of "imperfection". Let's also not forget that even our brains are limited and finite. --Arbible
:::I do not know why you attribute the differences between the non-Chalcedonian belief and the Apostolic, Orthodox-Catholic Faith to "differences in language". Although I am not a scholar of languages, I have not yet encountered '''any''' human language that failed to account for a distinction between "one" of something and "two" of something. Nor have I encountered a language that was unable to be used to clearly express any form of agreement or disagreement.
:::Also, while much about nature of God remains an ineffable mystery, that does not give anyone license to ignore or discount what God has chosen to reveal about the Incarnation by way of the Holy Spirit and the Holy Ecumenical Councils, including Chalcedon and Constantinople III. If you disagree with what those councils said, it's fine by me, I don't make it my business to force my beliefs on others. But as long as you fail to accept those councils, DON'T claim your belief is the same as mine. --[[User:Matrona|Matrona]] 15:54, November 6, 2005 (CST)
== On the lack of LOVE ==

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