Category: 1 OUTLINES IN DOCTRINAL THEOLOGY

LAWS OF NATURE § 94. The laws of nature are under divine providence a curb and bar to the perverse will of man or to the execution of his evil purposes, forasmuch as man, though he may in a measure …

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TEMPORAL DEATH § 95. Temporal death, the termination of temporal life by the separation of body and soul,1 though not a law of nature,2 is, in consequence of sin,3 in the course of nature since the fall of man 4 …

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CHRISTOLOGY DEFINITION § 96. Christology is the doctrine of Holy Scripture concerning the Person and the Office and Work of Christ, the Redeemer and Savior of mankind.  

THE PERSON OF CHRIST NATURES OF CHRIST §97. Jesus Christ is the Son of God, very God, begotten of the Father from eternity,1 and also true man,2 conceived by the Holy Ghost 3 and born of the Virgin Mary,4 in …

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PERSONAL UNION § 98. The divine nature and the human nature of Christ were, from the moment of His conception,1 and are for ever,2 inseparably united in one complete theanthropic person.3 1. The divine nature and the human nature of …

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DUALITY OF NATURES § 99. Of the two natures personally united in Christ, the one, the divine nature, is and ever was truly and essentially divine,1 and the other, the human nature, is and from its conception was essentially human,2 …

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UNITY OF PERSON § 100. Though two complete and distinct natures are united in Christ,1 there is in Him no union of two persons,2 since His human nature at no time subsisted by itself,3 but only in personal union, not …

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COMMUNION OF NATURES § 101. Though the two natures personally united in Christ are and remain essentially distinct,1 each retaining its own essential properties or attributes, its own intelligence and will, so that His divinity is not His humanity nor …

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COMMUNICATION OF ATTRIBUTES §102. Though in the person of Christ each nature retains its essential attributes,1  yet each nature also communicates its attributes to the other in the personal union, so that the divine nature participates in attributes of the …

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GENUS IDIOMATICUM § 103. Thus attributes of either nature are ascribed to the entire person of Christ,1  divine attributes are predicated of the concretum of His human nature,2  and human attributes are ascribed to the concretum of His divine nature.3  …

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