Dawn I realize that you think you are being a simple faithful catholic by declaring something heretical and deposing popes, but I assure you that the 'simplicity' that you supposedly cling to is deceptive. It is a blackhole.
Like I said, in the world of propositions, there is a vast range of possibilities between a proposition that is sound and orthodox and one for some reason that is not. If you had any experience in examining ecclesiastical censures, you would be amazed at their complex nature and degree. Just because a statement is not correct, doesn't mean our only choice is to censure it as heretical.
You don't get to judge these things, period. You get to judge what is within your duties of state, period. Going outside of these duties means danger to your soul. I'm not sure how else I can put this. You've already made obvious errors, yet you cling to your opinions.
As far as where I was educated it is of no concern, I couldn't care less where a person is formed, even if it is on his own initiative. The point is that they ought to be formed in order to even begin to discuss these things. Raoul is obviously not because he has made serious blunders. No one here, so far as I can tell, save gladius who at least attempts to make careful, restrained statements, is even remotely formed. It is more than arrogant to pretend to ursurp judgment without the requisite theological and philosophical formation to back up the usurped judgment which is bad enough.