On CDF, on Mon, Aug 16, 2010 at 7:46 PM, Brian wrote:sw: Those are schisms where Catholics not only disagreed, some of them split from the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church. The bone of contention Protestants have and can't handle the answer to is that FAITHFUL CATHOLICS agree, 100% with each other on matters of dogma. We HAVE to or we'd be excommunicated. Protestants disagree with each other on fundamental issues - even on the definition of "sola scriptura," as there are several definitions in use. Matters of baptism of infants, or even how many sacraments there are in the Church - if any - are disputed between cults of Protestants. ALL Catholics agree on ALL Sacraments and that there are SEVEN of them, no more and no less. The point is, Protestants attempt to use the "tu quoque" argument (#3 on my "Top Ten List" of Anti-Catholic Tactics) - the "you're as bad as we are" argument, which is not only untrue, it is an invalid argument in debate. The One, True God established and built One, True Church - and Protestantism "protests" against and rejects THAT Church.
As if Catholics dont disagree? C'mon now. Great Schism? Orthodox Catholics?