The Principles of Christianity

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There has always been some sort of Christianity in history. Always new ways of doing things with each generation that comes of age. The changes that are made have not been with the idea of destroying the established ways but with bringing about a continuity to preserve what is now and what is new. This is known as the preservation of type or the first Note of fidelity of the existing developments of Christianity also known as the Principles of Christianity. There are many of these principles of Christianity, here are the basic nine: 1) The Principle of dogma, which are supernatural truths irrevocably committed to human language. Not perfect because of the human factor, but definitive and necessary because they come from God. To doubt or deny a dogma, is heresy; it involves a denial of the teaching authority of the Catholic Church. Anyone fitting in this category is excluded from the Church. 2) The Principle of faith, this is the correlation of d...
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