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Decrees of Vat. Ecum. Council I

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  • SESSION 3 : 24 April 1870 - Dogmatic constitution on the catholic faith
    • CANONS
      • 1. On God the creator of all things
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CANONS

1. On God the creator of all things

      1. If anyone denies the one true God, creator and lord of things visible and invisible: let him be anathema. 2. If anyone is so bold as to assert that
      there exists nothing besides matter:

let him be anathema.

    3. If anyone says that
      the substance or essence of God and that of all things are one and the same:

let him be anathema.

      4. If anyone says
      that finite things, both corporal and spiritual, or at any rate, spiritual, emanated from the divine substance; or that the divine essence, by the manifestation and evolution of itself becomes all things or, finally, that God is a universal or indefinite being which by self determination establishes the totality of things distinct in genera, species and individuals:

let him be anathema.

    5. If anyone
      does not confess that the world and all things which are contained in it, both spiritual and material, were produced, according to their whole substance, out of nothing by God; or holds that God did not create by his will free from all necessity, but as necessarily as he necessarily loves himself; or denies that the world was created for the glory of God:

let him be anathema.




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