Truth and Error

Truth and Error

See also logic.

the branch of logic dealing with truth and error. — alethiologist, n.alethiological, adj.
1. the condition of being in error.
2. the tendency to be in error or the capacity for being in error; fallibility.
anything that is patently false or untrue; a fallacy.
an assertion of doubtful truth or accuracy, as with some statements in Pliny’s Natural History.
the force or process of divine inspiration; the power by which the Holy Spirit reveals truth to men. — theopneustic, theopneusted, adj.
a self-evident, obvious truth. — truistic, truistical, adj.
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But "teaching infallibly" normally suggests an extraordinary declaration made with a clear and explicit use of the hierarchy's God-given authority to decide between truth and error in matters of revealed doctrine.