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Decrees of Vat. Ecum. Council I

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   Part, Chap.,  Paragraph
1 3 | of God, redeemer of the human race, our lord Jesus Christ, 2 3 | the very foundations of human society. With this impiety 3 3 | confusing nature and grace, human knowledge and divine faith, 4 3, 1 | earthly, and thereafter the human which is, in a way, common 5 3, 2 | by the natural power of human reason : ever since the 6 3, 2 | laws of his will to the human race by another, and that 7 3, 2 | themselves beyond the scope of human reason, can, even in the 8 3, 2 | the present state of the human race, be known by everyone 9 3, 2 | reason is that God directed human beings to a supernatural 10 3, 2 | the understanding of the human mind; indeed eye has not 11 3, 2 | been composed by unaided human skill, nor simply because 12 3, 3 | Chapter 3 On faith~ Since human beings are totally dependent 13 3, 3 | which is the beginning of human salvation, the catholic 14 3, 3 | that of those who, led by human opinions, follow a false 15 3, 4 | and who has endowed the human mind with the light of reason. 16 3, 4 | hindering the development of human arts and studies, that in 17 3, 4 | derive from this source for human life, rather she acknowledges 18 3, 4 | capable of being perfected by human intelligence, but as a 19 3, Canons, 2| by the natural light of human reason: let him be anathema. ~   20 3, Canons, 2| or not expedient, that human beings should be taught 21 3, Canons, 2| 3. If anyone says that a human being cannot be divinely 22 3, Canons, 3| 1. If anyone says that human reason is so independent 23 3, Canons, 3| produced by arguments of human reason; or that the grace 24 3, Canons, 4| 2. If anyone says that human studies are to be treated 25 4, 2 | saviour and redeemer of the human race, and that to this day


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