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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
      • 2. On revelation
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2. On revelation

    1. If anyone says that
      the one, true God, our creator and lord, cannot be known with certainty
        from the things that have been made, by the natural light of human reason:

let him be anathema.

      2. If anyone says that it is
      impossible, or not expedient, that human beings should be taught by means of divine revelation about
        God and the worship that should be shown him :

let him be anathema.

    3. If anyone says that a human being
      cannot be divinely elevated to a
        knowledge and perfection

which exceeds the natural, but

      of himself can and must reach finally the possession of all
        truth and goodness

by continual development:

    let him be anathema. 4. If anyone
      does not receive as sacred and canonical the complete books of sacred scripture with all their parts, as the holy council of Trent listed them, or denies that they were divinely inspired :

let him be anathema.




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