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What is dogma?

Verfasser/in: Charles Journet
Verlag: New York, Hawthorn Books [1964]
Serien: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, v. 4.
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The primary purpose of this volume is to give a lucid explanation of the meaning of dogma. The author begins this study by tracing the ways in which the belief in God has been expressed, and by showing how various doctrinal truths have been formulated by religions writers and Church Councils. With brief quotations from St. Thomas, his initial chapters show how dogmas are an object of faith and are essentially  Weiterlesen…
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Physisches Format Online version:
Journet, Charles.
What is dogma?
New York, Hawthorn Books [1964]
(OCoLC)654469622
Dokumenttyp: Buch
Alle Autoren: Charles Journet
OCLC-Nummer: 1422617
Anmerkungen: Translation of Le dogme, chemin de la foi.
Beschreibung: 109 pages 21 cm.
Inhalt: Introduction --
I. Are dogmas and object of faith? --
II. The twofold light of faith --
III. The first forms of the prophetic light --
IV. The Old Testament: homogeneous development of what must be believed by means of fresh revelations --
V. The presentation of doctrine for belief --
VI. The life of dogma: preservation and explanation of the revealed deposit --
VII. Some examples of dogmatic development --
VIII. Dogmatic formulas and common sense --
IX. The truth value of revealed statements --
X. The question of language --
XI. Defacement of dogma --
XII. Dogma and contemplation --
Select bibliography.
Serientitel: Twentieth century encyclopedia of Catholicism, v. 4.
Andere Titel Dogme chemin de la foi.
Verfasserangabe: Translated from the French by Mark Pontifex.

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The primary purpose of this volume is to give a lucid explanation of the meaning of dogma. The author begins this study by tracing the ways in which the belief in God has been expressed, and by showing how various doctrinal truths have been formulated by religions writers and Church Councils. With brief quotations from St. Thomas, his initial chapters show how dogmas are an object of faith and are essentially unchangeable. He clearly distinguishes between the basic assent to faith and the actual understanding of the doctrines of faith. The author emphasizes the importance of the two fundamental beliefs--the existence and the benevolence of God--and analyzes what else must be believed in the light of revelation. In a concise historical sketch, he indicates how the Christian doctrines were presented in the Apostolic era. He explains the meaning of the "deposit of faith" and goes on to show in detail how this deposit has been preserved and promulgated through the ages. He brings forward examples of various doctrines, such as the Trinity and the Marian doctrines, and illustrates their development and significance. He also considers the true value of dogma as well as the variety of linguistic difficulties in the expression of dogma.

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