Post by Deleted on Dec 1, 2018 1:01:11 GMT
kelley said (in black letters):
"In this case, the investigation is being conducted primarily by Fr. Pfeiffer. Since Father has an invested interest in the outcome of the investigation, this automatically disqualifies any objectivity in the process. "
How has Father demonstrated no ability to be objective?
How do you know he is not seeking counsel with anyone?
"To say the least, such bias is most inordinate; especially with the fact that as the person in charge, Father has no recourse to any authority but his own, which further complicates and ultimately, detracts from his overall judgment and direction. "
To what bias are you referring to?
Does Father have responsibility to God for any authority he (Fr.) exercises in this apostate?
Has Father ever claimed to use his personal judgement and direction in this process? He said clearly in his multiple talks that he is following the process the Church would follow and Father Hewko said so as well.
"Such an investigation was done by competent Church authorities who were selected based upon their experience and objectivity, all with the sole intention of attempting to arrive at complete moral certitude."
If we had competent Church authorities, this forum would not exists in its current mode. Neither would the current crisis of Faith. Father has said privately and publicly that he would submit to proper authority if it presented itself.
"Such bias can also foster discord and division, whereas, impartiality fosters harmony and agreement. Setting oneself up as judge and jury, while pressured with a sense of sacramental desperation are very dangerous variables in the equation."
Again, what bias do you refer to?
Impartiality, in and of itself, does not necessarily foster harmony and agreement.
"Setting oneself up as judge and jury": how has Father done this? How do you know he has not submitted his work on this matter to anyone else?
"But do such obstacles give license to conduct a subjective process which invariably compromises moral certitude for reasonable doubt? The difficulty in obtaining an independent, objective process is insufficient reason to substitute it for something biased and subjective. When it comes to the Sacraments, the crisis in the Church is not an excuse to abandon the principals of our Faith"
Are you saying Father's investigation is subjective?
"The difficulty in obtaining an independent, objective process": To whom or how do you propose to to receive "an independent, objective process?"
Again what is the bias and subjectivity to which you refer?
What principles of the Faith has Father abandoned?