Still can't express a simple statement, so you continue to pussy-foot around it.<quoted text>
Infallible means incapable of teaching error. Yes, he's incapable of teaching error.
Your turn. Is your statement that the pope is not infallible an infallible statement?
"Yes, he's incapable of teaching error" is not expressly saying the Pope is infallible.
You instead decided to go with the sidetrack - "he's incapable of teaching error."
BTW - All men are fallible including the Pope. All men fall short of "God".
Wanna try again and be honest with me by stating "the Pope is infallible"?
Or is just too hard of a statement to make?
We'll see by your next response to this post, huh?