The usual Catholic argument is that Mary was declared as "full of grace," but his could simply be a statement about the degree of divine favour to be chosen, not a statement about her sinlessness.
Hello Lenin, Thank you for your question. May I commence with an apology for not having responded more quickly, and an explanation for not having done so? There is a facility in AllExperts by which
Dear Amtry, Carrier's idea is that around 30CE certain Jews started having dreams and visions of an angel named Jesus (whose name means the LORD saves) coming down from a higher realm of heaven to a
No. On the other hand, the NT authors (and Jesus himself) make a number of affirmations which, when taken together, seem to point to a clear belief that the Son, the Word, is not a created being but
There is no legitimate logical process that fits your description. However there are a host of informal fallacies that might fit the bill: 1. Equivocation: using a term in more than one sense. Clever