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  • 123Apostasy in Christianity — Judas betrays Jesus with a kiss. Judas Iscariot, one of the Twelve Apostles, became an apostate.[1] Apostasy in Christianity refers to the rejection of Christianity by someone who formerly was a Christian. The term apostasy comes from the Greek… …

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  • 125Étienne Tempier — Étienne (Stephen) Tempier (also known as Stephanus of Orleans) (died September 3, 1279) was a French bishop of Paris during the thirteenth century. He is best remembered for promulgating a Condemnation of 219 philosophical and theological… …

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  • 126Paul Rassinier — (1906 1967) was a French pacifist, political activist, and author. He was also an anti Nazi French Resistance fighter, and a prisoner of the German concentration camps at Buchenwald and Mittelbau Dora. A journalist and editor, he wrote hundreds… …

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  • 129Formulary controversy — The Formulary Controversy, in 17th century France, pitted the Jansenists against the Jesuits. It gave rise to Blaise Pascal s Lettres Provinciales , the condemnation by the Vatican of Casuistry, and the final dissolution of the Jansenist order… …

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  • 131international relations — a branch of political science dealing with the relations between nations. [1970 75] * * * Study of the relations of states with each other and with international organizations and certain subnational entities (e.g., bureaucracies and political… …

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  • 132Eutychius I — • Patriarch of Constantinople, b. about 512, in Phrygia; d. Easter Day, 5 April, 582 Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Eutychius I     Eutychius I …

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  • 133Infallibility — • In general, exemption or immunity from liability to error or failure; in particular in theological usage, the supernatural prerogative by which the Church of Christ is, by a special Divine assistance, preserved from liability to error in her… …

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  • 134Liberalism — • A free way of thinking and acting in private and public life Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Liberalism     Liberalism     † …

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  • 135Monothelitism and Monothelites — • A modification of Monophysitism proposing that Christ had no human free will. Rejected by the Third Council of Constantinople (680) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Monothelitism and Monothelites     Monot …

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  • 136General Councils —     General Councils     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► General Councils     This subject will be treated under the following heads:     ♦ Definition     ♦ Classification     ♦ Historical Sketch     ♦ The Pope and General Councils     ♦ Composition of …

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  • 137Clement V —     Pope Clement V     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Clement V     (BERTRAND DE GOT.)     Born at Villandraut in Gascony, France, 1264; died at Roquemaure, 20 April, 1314. He was elected, 5 June, 1305, at Perugia as successor to Benedict XI,… …

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  • 138Pope Clement V —     Pope Clement V     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Clement V     (BERTRAND DE GOT.)     Born at Villandraut in Gascony, France, 1264; died at Roquemaure, 20 April, 1314. He was elected, 5 June, 1305, at Perugia as successor to Benedict XI,… …

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  • 139Liberius —     Pope Liberius     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Liberius     (Reigned 352 66)     Pope Julius died on 12 April, according to the Liberian Catalogue , and Liberius was consecrated on 22 May. As this was not a Sunday, 17 May was probably the… …

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  • 140Pope Liberius —     Pope Liberius     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Pope Liberius     (Reigned 352 66)     Pope Julius died on 12 April, according to the Liberian Catalogue , and Liberius was consecrated on 22 May. As this was not a Sunday, 17 May was probably the… …

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