Sunday, May 10, 2009

We need to be precise.

Last evening I watched Bookmark on EWTN. The discussion centered upon the numerous books written by the priest being interviewed. He seems to be a very good priest from a very good religious order. While speaking of the divinity and humanity of Christ, Father stated that our Lord was two persons, rather than one person with two natures. It is a huge difference. Christ, the Son of God is one person, with two natures, human and divine.
I'm sure it was a slip of the tongue, but such things stick in one's mind and can lead to much confusion and misunderstanding.


  1. oh I so agree ... three years ago if I heard this I would be very confused ...

  2. I made a similar thoughtless statement on a post I did once, and Fr. Mark corrected me - thank God.


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