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dogma

noun article of faith, axiom, belief, canon, conviction, credendum, credo, creed, declaration of faith, dictum, doctrinaire opinion, doctrine, dogma, doxy, maxim, orthodoxy, persuasion, placitum, precept, professed belief, rule, tenet
See also: article, belief, conviction, doctrine, idea, persuasion, precept, principle, rule, theory, thesis

DOGMA, civil law. This word is used in the first chapter, first section, of the second Novel, and signifies an ordinance of the senate. See also Dig. 27, 1, 6.

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This collection examines the papal dogma in relation to Scripture and early patristic understandings, post-Reformational retrievals on the historical views pertaining to the papal office prior to the formalization of the dogma, systematic theological treatments on the Petrine ministry and infallibility, and ecumenical analyses on the Petrine office--by renowned ecumenists such as Cardinal Walter Kasper, Vatican advisor Hermann Pottmeyer, Cardinal Kurt Koch (President of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity), German Lutheran Harding Meyer, American Lutheran Michael Root, and American Methodist Geoffrey Wainwright.
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Limbo was never defined as a dogma but had become part of common belief.
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