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So...The Bible Is Infallible, But Not The Church That Formed It?


Protestant Christianity relies not only on the belief in divine inspiration, but also the exclusivity of the biblical canon as infallible revelation from God. Not many pastors could hope to keep their job if they were to state that the Bible is not infallible or that divine inspiration might not be limited to the Bible. 1,241 more words

Canon

The Dogma of Redemption (Part 5 of 7)

…Continued from Part 4

The Dogma of Redemption (Part 4 of 7)

by St. Metropolitan Anthony Khrapovitsky

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THE “LAW OF BEING” WHICH GIVES HEALING POWER… 2,131 more words

Empirical Dogmatics

The Catholic Church is still the biggest club around

A report by the Social Planning Office of the Netherlands revealed that the Catholic Church is still the biggest “club” in the country, with 4 million members, but it probably won’t be for long. 229 more words

Catholic Church In The Netherlands

Religious Dissent in the Context of Politics

In the study of civilisations we find that the concepts of religion are invariably numerous. The historically Christian Europe found itself embroiled in disagreement with the branches of dissenting christian groups gained popular support. 1,483 more words

Ancient Egypt

The Dogma of Redemption (Part 4 of 7)

…Continued from Part 3

The Dogma of Redemption (Part 4 of 7)

by St. Metropolitan Anthony Khrapovitsky

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BEARERS OF CO-SUFFERING LOVE
MINISTERS OF REDEMPTION… 2,008 more words

Empirical Dogmatics

The Modern Invention of Thanksgiving

JSTOR Daily provides a nice summary of the 2003 article by Anne Blue Wills on how Thanksgiving became a 19th-century Protestant sort of holiday: The Modern Invention of Thanksgiving | JSTOR Daily.

History