Interview with Taylor Marshall

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  • DLink Posted October 29, 2018 1:26 pm

    It would seem the short answer, with qualification, is best. The Pope can not be deposed but if he is unable to exercise the rightful authority of his office, he can be ignored. This would cover illness, both mental and physical, heresy and gross immorality. The last being somewhat problematic as Alexander VI was never deposed despite his rather decadent life.

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