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  • 61The Rule of Faith —     The Rule of Faith     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► The Rule of Faith     The word rule (Lat. regula, Gr. kanon) means a standard by which something can be tested, and the rule of faith means something extrinsic to our faith, and serving as its… …

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  • 62Criticism of the Catholic Church — This article is about the church headquartered in Vatican City, an enclave within Rome. For Criticism of the Christian Church, see Criticism of Christianity. Part of a series on …

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  • 63infallibility —    Infallibility is the attribute of being unable to be wrong. Christian philosophers attribute it first and foremost to God. Not only is God never wrong, it is impossible for him ever to be wrong. Not only is God infallible in his beliefs, but… …

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  • 64Sola scriptura — (Latin ablative, by scripture alone ) is the assertion that the Bible as God s written word is self authenticating, clear (perspicuous) to the rational reader, its own interpreter ( Scripture interprets Scripture ), and sufficient of itself to be …

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  • 65Theological fatalism — is the view that all our actions are pre determined because of God s forknowledge of them, and that therefore we have no free willStanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, [http://plato.stanford.edu/entries/free will foreknowledge/ Foreknowledge and… …

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  • 66Evangelium Vitae — Evangelium Vitæ (Latin: The Gospel of Life ) is the name of the encyclical written by Pope John Paul II which expresses the position of the Catholic Church regarding the value and inviolability of human life. It was promulgated on March 25, 1995 …

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  • 67William Levada — Infobox Cardinal honorific prefix = name = William Joseph Levada honorific suffix = title = Prefect of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith caption = province = diocese = see = San Francisco (Emeritus) enthroned = May 13, 2005 ended =… …

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  • 68Dogmatic fact — The term dogmatic fact is employed in the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church, in a wide sense, to mean any fact connected with a dogma, and on which the application of the dogma to a particular case depends. For example was a certain Church… …

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  • 69Syllabus — • The name given to two series of propositions containing modern religious errors condemned respectively by Pius IX (1864) and Pius X (1907) Catholic Encyclopedia. Kevin Knight. 2006. Syllabus     Syllabus …

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  • 70Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo —     Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo     † Catholic Encyclopedia ► Teaching of St. Augustine of Hippo     St. Augustine of Hippo (354 430) is a philosophical and theological genius of the first order, dominating, like a pyramid, antiquity and… …

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  • 71Inspiration —    That extraordinary or supernatural divine influence vouchsafed to those who wrote the Holy Scriptures, rendering their writings infallible. All scripture is given by inspiration of God (R.V., Every scripture inspired of God ), 2 Tim. 3:16.… …

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  • 72Epistemology — (from Greek επιστήμη episteme , knowledge + λόγος , logos ) or theory of knowledge is a branch of philosophy concerned with the nature and scope (limitations) of knowledge. [Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Volume 3, 1967, Macmillan, Inc.] The term… …

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  • 73Shia Islam — Shia redirects here. For other uses, see Shia (disambiguation) …

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  • 74Minority Report (film) — Minority Report …

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  • 75Biblical inerrancy — is the conservative evangelical doctrinal position [ [http://www.dts.edu/about/doctrinalstatement/ Doctrinal Statement Dallas Theological Seminary (DTS) ] ] that in its original form, the Bible is totally without error, and free from all… …

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  • 76Syllabus of Errors — The Syllabus of Errors ( la. Syllabus Errorum) was a document issued by Holy See under Pope Pius IX on December 8 1864, Feast of the Immaculate Conception, on the same day as the Pope s encyclical Quanta Cura . It was very controversial in its… …

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  • 77President of the Church — In the Latter Day Saint movement, the President of the Church is generally considered to be the highest office of the church. It was the office held by Joseph Smith, Jr., founder of the movement, and the office assumed by many of Smith s claimed… …

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  • 78Biblical infallibility — is the theological term to describe the belief that the Bible is free from errors on issues of faith and practice, while minor possible contradictions in history (or geography, science etc.) can be overlooked as insignificant to its spiritual… …

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  • 79Roman Catholic Mariology — This article is about Roman Catholic perspectives, and does not reflect the views of other segments of the Catholic Church such as Eastern Catholics. For general Christian views, see Mariology. A series of articles on Roman Catholic Mariology …

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  • 80Ordinatio Sacerdotalis — (Latin for On Ordination to the Priesthood) is an Apostolic Letter issued from the Vatican by Pope John Paul II on 22 May 1994, whereby the Pope expounds the teaching of the Catholic Church s position requiring the reservation of priestly… …

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