I rejected a comment because it was written to pick on a typographical error, belittling someone. The worst proof reader in the world is the writer of any given piece or comment, seeing what he meant to write rather than what he typed. It happens to the bbessttt of uss.
In light of a recent essay that has been posted to the internet, I find it wise to post a link to one of our earlier pages, from Sept of 2008. It concerns the thinking of Eric Lionel Mascall, and what he actually wrote about the papacy.
I will quote two portions:
The second quotation is:
I suggest reading it all; it is not long. I assure you, mysterious as it may be, posting this is timely. "Though this be madness, yet there is method in it." Hamlet Act 2, scene 2,