credendum


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  • noun

Synonyms for credendum

(Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided

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This distinctive brass presence in Part II of the later versions is reflected in his approach to the brass parts in New England Triptych and especially in the bombastic brass writing in Credendum.
37, 186, 61-3: "nec enim assuetudine audiendi contrarium, nec ex aliquibus rationibus sophisticis potest aliquis induci ad credendum illud quod videt album non esse album.
33) I2, 75, 69-76, 74: "Qui autem aliquem sensum esse digniorem quam alium et alicui sensationi per se credendum non accipit, sed huius rationem quaerit quae ostendat quod sit ita sicut apparet, huic nihil probari potest, iste de nullo certus esse potest.
Peregrinus]: O stulti et tardi corde ad credendum in omnibus que locuti sunt prophete, alleluia
Et quod dicitur de secta ad vocem probandam dici poterit de secta producta ad tallias probandas, contra quas sine secta prolatas simplici sacramento negantis erit credendum.
Among the various philosophical, theological, and dogmatic articles condemned by Tempier was counted one that dealt with this issue of self-evidence, for the bishop proscribed the position "[t]hat nothing is to be held that is not either self-evident or able to be proven from what is self-evident" (quod nihil est credendum, nisi per se notum vel ex per se notis posit declari).
46) Commenting on John 6:44: "No one can come to me unless he is drawn by the Father who sent me," Aquinas says: "Sed quia non solum revelatio exterior, vel obiectum, virtutem attrahendi habet, sed etiam interior instinctus impellens et movens ad credendum, ideo trahit multos pater ad filium per instinctum divinae operationis moventis interius cot hominis ad credendum" (Evangelium B.
It is important to observe that paschal mystery designates a mystery, a credendum.