How much credence should we attach to the First Vatican Council?
In this lengthy argument, which we have split into three parts, US lay writer, Edgar Davie, looks at the history of the notion of infallibility and a couple of instances where the institution has seemingly broken the founding principle on which the entire notion is based. Today we present the second part of his argument in which "contentious Edgar" argues Vatican I was a "totalitarian Council" in which the Holy Spirit played no part. Do you agree or disagree?
<Part 2 of Edgar Davie's argument...>
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