03 Oct '08 00:44>1 edit
So is it there or just a big fib?
Originally posted by PinkFloydLimbo was never an official doctrine of the Church. It was speculated upon
I think the Catholic church finally admitted there's no Limbo or purgatory.
Originally posted by NemesioSigh ....sigh ....... sigh ....
Limbo was never an official doctrine of the Church. It was speculated upon
because the Church had difficulty reconciling the idea that the unbaptized
could be saved, so this was their solution. But it was never ratified. As they
further refined their doctrine of salvation, the decided that Limbo was an
untenable theory and rejected it.
Purgatory ...[text shortened]... it. What that experience specifically consists of, the Church
Originally posted by FabianFnasno unbaptised child goes to hell in my view only the unforgiven go, and since no child has commited a sin god will not send anyone thier. the sin of original which is pushed would include all the prophets before christ, we baptise into the christian faith, but faith is allways been here, its just we accept jesus as the saviour which is awaited for by the jewish faith.
No existance of limbo, does this mean that an unbabtized child is sent to hell, per automatica, because it is not saved?
Originally posted by jaywillThe difference between your posts and Nemesio's is that Nemesio manages to compress large volumes of useful and interesting information into short clear paragraphs.
Sigh ....sigh ....... sigh ....
Why so MANY words ??? Why the LOOOOONNNNNNG paragraph Nemesio ??
Oh sigh! Oh groan!! Oh the boredom. Oh the sheer tedium !! I have to READ ALL THAT ??
Nice little explanation Nemesio.