Catholic religion rules for dating

The Holy Trinity is one of the teachings of almost every Fundamentalist community (but not all of them) that is not specifically in the Bible.

Nowhere is the doctrine of the One Godhead as Father, Son and Holy Spirit — co-eternal and co-equal — found in the Bible; but they are “words in harmony with Scripture”, according to the second of the 16 Fundamental Truths of the Assembly of God.

Here we have the attestation of the Jews in their own online encyclopedia as to why, ultimately, the Septuagint was rendered “unwelcome”: “it had been adopted as Sacred Scripture by the new faith.

Hebrews is a masterful treatise on the eternal sacrifice of Jesus.

This is important because it is my Assembly of God family and relatives who always love to insist on “chapter and verse”. None of the gospels were written as historical texts or as directives on how to start a church.

It seems that they will allow doctrines “not (explicitly) found in the Scriptures” but for Catholics to do this it is perceived as “adding to what is written”. Rather, they were written to attest to who Jesus was — “so that you may believe” (Jn. The Acts of the Apostles are a continuation of Luke’s gospel—he tells of the early Church and of Paul’s conversion and missionary travels. Paul’s letters are to those communities where there were issues that needed to be addressed.

The Magisterium is the interpreter of both Sacred Scripture and Sacred Tradition just as the U. Supreme Court is the guardian and interpreter of the Constitution.

If there were no-one to interpret this great document of ours we would demand that there be an official interpreter of it.

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