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Ex Cathedra – Latin for “from the Chair.” This refers to when a pope speaks infallibly from the Chair of St. Peter when he has fulfilled the conditions for an infallible pronouncement. It is heresy and mortal sin to deny an ex cathedra pronouncement of a pope, which is irreformable (unchangeable), since it constitutes the dogma that Christ revealed to the ...


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Dogma1 Dogmas are revealed truths which have been formally defined or proposed by the Church. For example, the Vatican Council (opened on 8 December, 1869) defined Papal Infallibility as "a divinely revealed dogma" when "the Roman Pontiff speaks ex cathedra [...]". Please note that the dogmas of the Church are immutable. [cf. Dogma | New Advent]. ...


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I will give the Protestant view. Protestant: 1. Sola scriptura ("by Scripture alone"), 2. Sola fide ("by faith alone"), 3. Sola gratia ("by grace alone"), 4. Solus Christus or Solo Christo ("Christ alone" or "through Christ alone"), 5. Soli Deo gloria ("glory to God alone"). http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Five_solae These are the 5 basic principles. ...


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To understand it, let us break it down into the form of a verb: to make, create and beget. You make dinner, or a dress, or a house. All have a form or structure, but take nothing from the cook, the dressmaker or contractor. They only take from the ingredients or materials they are made from. Now if you create something as in art, it will take an essence ...


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Simply put, the Father and the Son existed as an all-invisible Spirit, one in unity, not one in person in a universe that was an empty void. In order for anything to be created, one had to step down from being fully and all-spirit God. The Fathers form has never changed, nor has anyone ever heard his voice. Proverbs 8:22-31. Initial sacrifice in order for us ...


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In order for grape juice not to become either wine or vinegar, it has to be protected from the action of the airborne bacteria that cause these reactions. The ways to accomplish this are Sterilization and hermetically sealing the grape juice so that any present bacteria (yeast) is killed and no airborne bacteria can reach the juice). Freezing the juice so ...



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