credendum


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credendum

(krɪˈdɛndəm)
n, pl -da (-də)
(Theology) (often plural) Christianity an article of faith
[Latin: a thing to be believed, from crēdere to believe]
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Noun1.credendum - (Christianity) any of the sections into which a creed or other statement of doctrine is divided
Christian religion, Christianity - a monotheistic system of beliefs and practices based on the Old Testament and the teachings of Jesus as embodied in the New Testament and emphasizing the role of Jesus as savior
dogma, tenet - a religious doctrine that is proclaimed as true without proof
References in classic literature ?
Upon all these occasions the world seems to have embraced a maxim of our law, viz., cuicunque in arte sua perito credendum est: for it seems perhaps difficult to conceive that any one should have had enough of impudence to lay down dogmatical rules in any art or science without the least foundation.
Neque enim credendum est, sicut apud Maronem legitur, insepultos a navigando atque transeundo inferno amne prohiberi: quia scilicet Nec ripas datur horrendas, nec rauca fluenta Transportare prius, quam sedibus ossa quierunt.
Secunda est prout divina veritas, intellectum humanum excedens, per modum revelationis in nos descendit, non tamen quasi demonstrata ad videndum, sed quasi sermone prolata ad credendum. Tertia est secundum quod mens humana elevabitur ad ea quae sunt revelata perfecte intuenda."
Credendum: In this subject no dry wordiness explanation but inculcate Islamiyat and adopt various essential way of describe who appeal natural intuition and intellect.52
sanctita; quod etsi rite fiat, non tamen facti veritatem adserit, sed, nisi humana ad credendum argumenta desint, credi modo non prohibet" (http://w2.vatican.va/content/pius-x/ la/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-x_enc_19070908_pascendi-dominici-gregis.html).
(2) "Unde sciendum, quod Augustino in his quae sunt de fide et moribus plus quam philosophis credendum est, si dissentium.
(23.) ST 2-2 q.2 a.9 ad 3: "Ille qui credit habet sufficiens inductivum ad credendum, inducitur enim auctoritate divinae doctrinae miraculis confirmatae."; see also ST 2-2 q.
WA 4, 4181), iudaizabitis jam tandem dicentes impie Lutherico furore: 'Scriptura divina sic definivit, cul credendum est, etiam si totus mundus et omnes angeli vel perirent vel aliter docerent'?"--Johannes Cochlaus, DE AVTHoIRITATE ECCLES1AE ET I scripture, Libri Duo lohannis | Cochlei Aduersus Lutheranos | [.