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1. The Original Sin of Adam closed Heaven for all men (sanctifying grace was lost) ... Hell became the only possible destination for the immortal souls of men. 2. God re-opened Heaven by founding the Catholic Church and re-introducing sanctifying grace to men's souls ... the same grace which Adam and Eve had lost.
We are currently in the Great Apostasy (world-wide rejection of God's Catholic Dogma), these warnings apply:
3.Warning 1: A non-Catholic anti-Christ cult (the vatican-2 heretic cult) took over all of our formerly Catholic properties on 8 December 1965 ... the "v-2 council" close date. 4.Warning 2: The buildings with Catholic signs out front are not Catholic Churches at this time. God has allowed the Mass to be taken away (Sections 88 and 90). 5.Warning 3:All those dressed up like Catholic bishops and priests are ... automatically excommunicated heretics against the Catholic Dogma (Sections 12 and 13.2). 6.Warning 4: You must verify for yourself that a heretic cult has taken over our formerly Catholic properties ... simply take the steps outlined in Section 21.5.
* Vatican-2-ists: You are automatically excommunicated from the Catholic Church … Abjuration to re-enter on Section 19.1 *
7. One can still be Catholic and get to Heaven with a proper baptism in water (Section 7) ... believing the Dogmas ... and keeping free from mortal sin (Section 10.1). 8. All grace, both actual and sanctifying grace, starts with God and comes into the world through the Blessed Virgin ... as Jesus Christ Himself did (Section 4). 9. The Old Testament Israelite religion was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled ... the "judaism" man-made fable started about 200 B.C. (Section 39.1). Jesus Christ was not a jew. 10. All heretics are in sin against the First Commandment (Section 8) ... and are headed for Hell ... with the pagans of the world (all those not properly baptized in water).
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The De Fide (of the Faith) Dogma of the Catholic Church, and an Ordinary Magisterium writing ...
which categorizes the infallible Sources of Dogma that we must believe to get to Heaven.
The Catholic Sources of Dogma and citations throughout the centuries are the foundation of the De Fide listing
Pope Eugene IV, Council of Florence, Session 8, 22 Nov 1439 -- Ex-Cathedra Dogma
"Whoever wills to be saved, before all things it is necessary that he holds the Catholic faith.
Unless a person keeps this faith whole and undefiled, without doubt he shall perish eternally."
The correct explanation ...
Of the Catholic authored Old and New Testament is that explanation which supports and defends the De Fide Dogma and Sources of Dogma
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Important note: This De Fide Dogma is that of the Catholic Church ... not of the anti-Christ vatican-2 heretic cult which was founded on 8 Dec 1965 at the Vatican, which has taken over all of our formerly Catholic properties -- see Sections 12 and 13 (and sub-sections) of this site.
The Dogmas are grouped in the following 16 Sections:
God, our Creator and Lord, can be known with certainty, by
the natural light of reason from created things.
God's existence is not merely an object of rational
knowledge, but also an object of supernatural faith.
God's Nature is incomprehensible to men.
The blessed in Heaven possess an immediate intuitive
knowledge of the Divine Essence.
The immediate vision of God transcends the natural power of
cognition of the human soul, and is therefore supernatural.
The soul, for the immediate vision of God, requires the light
God's Essence is also incomprehensible to the blessed in
The divine attributes are really identical among themselves
and with the Divine Essence.
God is absolutely perfect.
God is actually infinite in every perfection.
God is absolutely simple.
There is only one God.
The one God is, in the ontological sense, the true God.
God possesses an infinite power of cognition.
God is absolute veracity.
God is absolutely faithful.
God is absolute ontological goodness in Himself and in
relation to others.
God is absolute moral goodness or holiness.
God is absolute benignity.
God is absolutely immutable.
God is eternal.
God is immense or absolutely immeasurable.
God is everywhere present in created space.
God's knowledge is infinite.
God's knowledge is purely and simply actual.
God's knowledge is subsistent.
God knows all that is merely possible by the knowledge of
God knows all real things in the past, the present and the
By the knowledge of vision, God also foresees the future free
acts of rational creatures with infallible certainty.
God's Divine Will is infinite.
God loves Himself of necessity, but loves and wills the
creation of extra-divine things, on the other hand, with freedom.
God is almighty.
God is the Lord of the heavens and of the earth.
God is infinitely just.
God is infinitely merciful.
In God there are three Persons, the Father, the Son and the
Holy Ghost. Each of the three Persons possesses the one (numerical) Divine
In God there are two internal divine processions.
The Divine Persons, not the Divine Nature, are the subject of
the internal divine processions (in the active and in the passive sense).
The Second Divine Person proceeds from the First Divine
Person by generation, and therefore is related to Him as Son to Father.
The Holy Ghost proceeds from the Father and from the Son as
from a single principle through a single spiration.
The Holy Ghost does not proceed through generation but
The relations in God are really identical with the Divine
The Three Divine Persons are in one another.
All the ad extra activities of God are common to the
II. God the
All that exists outside God was, in its whole substance,
produced out of nothing by God.
God was moved by His goodness to create the world.
The world was created for the glorification of God.
The Three Divine Persons are one single, common principle of
God created the world free from exterior compulsion and inner
God has created a good world.
The world had a beginning in time.
God alone created the world.
God keeps all created things in existence.
God, through His Providence, protects and guides all that He
The first man was created by God.
Man consists of two essential parts - a material body and a
The rational soul per se is the essential form of the
Every human being possesses an individual soul.
God has conferred on man a supernatural destiny.
Our first parents, before the fall, were endowed with
In addition to sanctifying grace, our first parents were
endowed with the preternatural gift of bodily immortality.
Our first parents in Paradise sinned grievously through
transgression of the Divine probationary commandment.
Through sin our first parents lost sanctifying grace and
provoked the anger and the indignation of God.
Our first parents became subject to death and to the dominion
of the devil.
Adam's sin is transmitted to his posterity, not by imitation
but by descent.
Original Sin is transmitted by natural generation.
In the state of Original Sin man is deprived of sanctifying
grace and all that this implies, as well as of the preternatural gifts of
Souls who depart this life in the state of Original Sin are
excluded from the Beatific Vision of God.
In the beginning of time God created spiritual essences
(angels) out of nothing.
The nature of angels is spiritual.
The evil spirits (demons) were created good by God; they
became evil through their own fault.
The secondary task of the good angels is the protection of
men and care for their salvation.
The devil possesses a certain dominion over mankind by reason
of Adam's sin.
III. God the
Jesus Christ is true God and true Son of God.
Christ assumed a real body, not an apparent body.
Christ assumed not only a body but also a rational soul.
Christ was truly generated and born of a daughter of Adam,
the Virgin Mary.
The Divine and human natures are united hypostatically in
Christ, that is, joined to each other in one Person.
In the hypostatic union each of the two natures of Christ
continues unimpaired, untransformed, and unmixed with each other.
Each of the two natures in Christ possesses its own natural
will and its own natural mode of operation.
The hypostatic union of Christ's human nature with the Divine
Logos took place at the moment of conception.
The hypostatic union was effected by the three Divine Persons
acting in common.
Only the second Divine Person became Man.
Not only as God but also as man Jesus Christ is the natural
Son of God.
The God-Man Jesus Christ is to be venerated with one single
mode of worship, the absolute worship of latria which is due to God alone.
Christ's Divine and human characteristics and activities are
to be predicated of the one Word Incarnate.
Christ was free from all sin, from Original Sin as well as
from all personal sin.
Christ's human nature was passable.
The Son of God became man in order to redeem men.
Fallen man cannot redeem himself.
The God-man Jesus Christ is a high priest.
Christ offered Himself on the Cross as a true and proper
Christ by His sacrifice on the Cross has ransomed us and
reconciled us with God.
Christ, through His passion and death, merited award from
After His death, Christ's Soul, which was separated from His
Body, descended into the underworld.
On the third day after His death, Christ rose gloriously from
Christ ascended body and soul into Heaven and sits at the
right hand of the Father.
IV. The Mother of the Redeemer
Maria is truly the Mother of God.
Maria was conceived without the stain of Original Sin.
Maria conceived by the Holy Ghost without the cooperation of
Maria bore her Son without any violation of her virginal
After the birth of Jesus, Maria remained a Virgin.
Maria was assumed body and soul into Heaven.
Note 1: We cannot consider Number 6 (The Assumption) a defined Dogma since it was promulgated by the automatically excommunicated heretic "Pius XII" in 1950. A non-Catholic cannot define Catholic Dogma. See Section 20.2 of this site for some of the heresy of "Pius XII".
Note 2: Please see Section 4.4 of this site ... for Catholic writings of Scripture that the Blessed Virgin is body and soul in Heaven. The Assumption is seen in the writings of Gregory of Tours, Germanus of Constantinople, Saint John Damascene, in the Gregorian Sacramentary, and others prior to 800 A.D.
V. God the
There is a supernatural intervention of God in the faculties
of the soul, which precedes the free act of the will.
There is a supernatural influence of God in the faculties of
the soul which coincides in time with man's free act of will.
For every salutary act, internal supernatural grace of God
(gratia elevans) is absolutely necessary.
Internal supernatural grace is absolutely necessary for the
beginning of faith and salvation.
Without the special help of God, the justified cannot
persevere to the end in justification.
The justified person is not able for his whole life long to
avoid sins, even venial sins, without the special privilege of the grace of
Even in the fallen state, man can, by his natural
intellectual power, know religious and moral truths.
For the performance of a morally good action, sanctifying
grace is not required.
In the state of fallen nature, it is morally impossible for
man without supernatural Revelation, to know easily, with absolute certainty,
and without admixture of error, all religious and moral truths of the natural
Grace cannot be merited by natural works either de
condigno or de congruo.
God gives all the just sufficient grace for the observation
of the divine commandments.
God, by His eternal resolve of Will, has predetermined
certain men to eternal blessedness.
God, by an eternal resolve of His Will, predestines certain
men, on account of their foreseen sins, to eternal rejection.
The human will remains free under the influence of
efficacious grace, which is not irresistible.
There is grace which is truly sufficient and yet remains
The causes of Justification. (Defined by the Council of
The final cause is the honour of God and of Christ and the
eternal life of men.
The efficient cause is the mercy of God.
The meritorious cause is Jesus Christ, who as mediator
between God and men, has made atonement for us and merited the grace by
which we are justified.
The instrumental cause of the first justification is the
Sacrament of Baptism. Thus it defines that Faith is a necessary precondition
for justification (of adults).
The formal cause is God's Justice, not by which He Himself
is just, but which He makes us just, that is, Sanctifying Grace.
The sinner can and must prepare himself by the help of actual
grace for the reception of the grace by which he is justified.
The justification of an adult is not possible without faith.
Besides faith, further acts of disposition must be present.
Sanctifying grace sanctifies the soul.
Sanctifying grace makes the just man a friend of God.
Sanctifying grace makes the just man a child of God and gives
him a claim to the inheritance of heaven.
The three Divine or theological virtues of faith, hope and
charity are infused with sanctifying grace.
Without special Divine Revelation no one can know with the
certainty of faith, if he be in the state of grace.
The degree of justifying grace is not identical in all the
Grace can be increased by good works.
The grace by which we are justified may be lost, and is lost
by every grievous sin.
By his good works, the justified man really acquires a claim
to supernatural reward from God.
A just man merits for himself through each good work an
increase of sanctifying grace, eternal life (if death finds him in the state
of grace) and an increase in heavenly glory.
VI. The Catholic
The Catholic Church was founded by the God-Man Jesus Christ.
Christ founded the Catholic Church in order to continue His
work of redemption for all time.
Christ gave His Church a hierarchical constitution.
The powers bestowed on the Apostles have descended to the
Christ appointed the Apostle Peter to be the first of all the
Apostles and to be the visible Head of the whole Catholic Church, by
appointing him immediately and personally to the primacy of jurisdiction.
According to Christ's ordinance, Peter is to have successors
in his Primacy over the whole Catholic Church and for all time.
Note 1:This De Fide Dogma has not failed (as it cannot) ... one subscribes to the Office of the Papacy by accepting the Sources of Dogma promulgated by the Popes in union with the bishops of the world.
Note 2: The Papacy will always be in the primacy over the entire Church. This is the Holy Spirit protecting the Church from a parallel "authority" being set up against the Office of the Papacy ... in which case you would no longer have unity of Faith.
Note 3: The anti-Christ vatican-2 jew-heretic cult which was founded in 1965 does not have the Office of the Papacy ... only the Catholic Church has the Papacy. See Section 12 of this website for some of the heresies of the vatican-2 cult, which make it, by definition, a non-Catholic heretical society.
The successors of Peter in the Primacy are the Bishops of
The Pope possesses full and supreme power of jurisdiction
over the whole Catholic Church, not merely in matters of faith and morals, but
also in Church discipline and in the government of the Church.
The Pope is infallible when he speaks ex cathedra.
By virtue of Divine right, the bishops possess an ordinary
power of government over their dioceses.
Christ founded the Catholic Church.
Christ is the Head of the Catholic Church.
In the final decision on doctrines concerning faith and
morals, the Catholic Church is infallible.
The primary object of the Infallibility is the formally
revealed truths of Christian Doctrine concerning faith and morals.
The totality of the Bishops is infallible, when they, either
assembled in general council or scattered over the earth propose a teaching of
faith or morals as one to be held by all the faithful.
Note: Catholic Ex-Cathedra Dogma, declared by the Popes in union with the bishops of the world has always taken place at world-wide councils. There has never been an instance of defining a Source of Dogma with the bishops scattered over the earth.
The Church founded by Christ is unique and one.
The Church founded by Christ is Holy.
The Church founded by Christ is Catholic.
The Church founded by Christ is Apostolic.
Membership of the Catholic Church is
necessary for all men for salvation.
VII. The Communion of
It is permissible and profitable to venerate the Saints in
Heaven, and to invoke their intercession.
It is permissible and profitable to venerate the relics of
It is permissible and profitable to venerate images of the
The living faithful can come to the assistance of the souls
in Purgatory by their intercessions.
The Sacraments of the New Covenant contain the grace which
they signify, and bestow it on those who do not hinder it.
The Sacraments work ex opere operato, that is, the
sacraments operate by the power of the completed sacramental rite.
All the Sacraments of the New Covenant confer sanctifying
grace on the receivers.
Three Sacraments, Baptism, Confirmation, and Holy Orders,
imprint a character, that is an indelible spiritual mark, and, for this
reason, cannot be repeated.
The sacramental character is a spiritual mark imprinted on
The sacramental character continues at least until the death
of the bearer.
All Sacraments of the New Covenant were instituted by Jesus
There are seven Sacraments of the New Law.
The Sacraments of the New Covenant are necessary for the
salvation of mankind.
The validity and efficacy of the Sacrament is independent of
the minister's orthodoxy and state of grace.
For the valid dispensing of the Sacraments it is necessary
that the minister accomplish the Sacramental sign in the proper manner.
The minister must have the intention of at least doing what
the Church does.
In the case of adult recipients moral worthiness is necessary
for the worthy or fruitful reception of the Sacraments.
Note: Baptisms in the anti-Christ vatican-2 heretic cult (the buildings with the Catholic signs) are being falsified, proofs on Sections 7 and 7.7. You must do conditional re-baptisms. Post age of reason persons who looked they they were being "baptized" by the vatican-2 heretics are not baptized, see Section 21.6
Baptism is a true Sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ.
The materia remota of the Sacrament of Baptism is true
and natural water.
Baptism confers the grace of justification.
Baptism effects the remission of all punishments of sin, both
eternal and temporal.
Even if it be unworthily received, valid Baptism imprints on
the soul of the recipient an indelible spiritual mark, the Baptismal
Character, and for this reason, the Sacrament cannot be repeated.
Baptism by water (Baptismus fluminis) is, since the
promulgation of the Gospel, necessary for all men without exception for
Baptism can be validly administered by anyone.
Baptism can be received by any person in the wayfaring state
who is not already baptised.
The Baptism of young children is valid and licit.
Note: Confirmation has not been available since 8 December 1965, proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6
Confirmation is a true Sacrament properly so-called.
Confirmation imprints on the soul an indelible spiritual
mark, and for this reason, cannot be repeated.
The ordinary minister of Confirmation is the Bishop alone.
Note: Mass has not been available since 8 December 1965, proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6
The Body and Blood of Jesus Christ are truly, really, and
substantially present in the Eucharist.
Christ becomes present in the Sacrament of the Altar by the
transformation of the whole substance of the bread into His Body and of the
whole substance of the wine into His Blood.
The accidents of bread and wine continue after the change of
The Body and Blood of Christ together with His Soul and
Divinity and therefore, the whole Christ, are truly present in the Eucharist.
The Whole Christ is present under each of the two Species.
When either consecrated Species is divided, the Whole Christ
is present in each part of the Species.
After the Consecration has been completed the Body and Blood
are permanently present in the Eucharist.
The Worship of Adoration (latria) must be given to
Christ present in the Eucharist.
The Eucharist is a true Sacrament instituted by Jesus Christ.
The matter for the consummation of the Eucharist is bread and
For children before the age of reason, the reception of the
Eucharist is not necessary for salvation.
Communion under two forms is not necessary for any individual
members of the Faithful, either by reason of Divine precept or as a means of
The power of consecration resides in a validly consecrated
The Sacrament of the Eucharist can be validly received by
every baptised person in the wayfaring state, including young children.
For the worthy reception of the Eucharist, the state of grace
as well as the proper and pious disposition are necessary.
The Holy Mass is a true and proper Sacrifice.
In the Sacrifice of the Mass, Christ's Sacrifice on the Cross
is made present, its memory celebrated, and its saving power applied.
In the Sacrifice of the Mass and in the Sacrifice of the
Cross the Sacrificial Gift and the Primary Sacrificing Priest are identical;
only the nature and the mode of the offering are different.
The Sacrifice of the Mass is not merely a sacrifice of praise
and thanks-giving, but also a sacrifice of expiation and impetration.
Note: Confession has not been available since 8 December 1965, proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6. See Section 10.2 on how to return to a state of grace without Confession
The Church has received from Christ the power of remitting
sins committed after Baptism.
By the Church's Absolution sins are truly and immediately
The Church's power to forgive sins extends to all sin without
The exercise of the Church's power to forgive sins is a
The forgiveness of sins which takes place in the Tribunal of
Penance is a true and proper Sacrament, which is distinct from the Sacrament
Extra-sacramental justification is effected by perfect sorrow
only when it is associated with the desire for the Sacrament (votum
Contrition springing from the motive of fear is a morally
good and supernatural act.
The Sacramental confession of sins is ordained by God and is
necessary for salvation.
By virtue of Divine ordinance, all grievous sins according to
kind and number, as well as those circumstances which alter their nature, are
subject to the obligation of confession.
The confession of venial sins is not necessary but is
permitted and is useful.
All temporal punishments for sin are not always remitted by
God with the guilt of sin and the eternal punishment.
The priest has the right and duty, according to the nature of
the sins and the ability of the penitent, to impose salutary and appropriate
works for satisfaction.
Extra-sacramental penitential works, such as the performance
of voluntary penitential practices and the patient bearing of trials sent by
God, possess satisfactory value.
The form of the Sacrament of Penance consists in the words of
Absolution, in association with the acts of the penitent,
effects the forgiveness of sins.
The principal effect of the Sacrament of Penance is the
reconciliation of the sinner with God.
The Sacrament of Penance is necessary for salvation to those
who, after Baptism, fall into grievous sin.
The sole possessors of the Church's Power of Absolution are
the bishops and priests.
Absolution given by deacons, clerics or lower rank, and
laymen is not Sacramental Absolution.
The Sacrament of Penance can be received by any baptised
person who, after Baptism, has committed a grievous or a venial sin.
The Church possesses the power to grant Indulgences.
The use of Indulgences is useful and salutary to the
Note: There are no priests in the world and there hasn't been since 8 December 1965, proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6
Holy Order is a true and proper Sacrament which was
instituted by Jesus Christ.
The consecration of priests is a Sacrament.
Bishops are superior to priests.
The Sacrament of Order confers sanctifying grace on the
The Sacrament of Order imprints a character on the recipient.
The Sacrament of Order confers a permanent spiritual power on
The ordinary dispenser of all grades of Order, both the
sacramental and the non-sacramental, is the validly consecrated Bishop alone.
Note: Sacramental marriage has not been available since 8 December 1965 (but you can still contract marriage), proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6
Marriage is a true and proper Sacrament instituted by God.
From the sacramental contract of marriage emerges the Bond of
Marriage, which binds both marriage partners to a lifelong indivisible
community of life.
The Sacrament of Matrimony bestows sanctifying grace on the
Note: Extreme Unction has not been available since 8 December 1965, proofs on Sections 12, 13, and 13.6
Extreme Unction is a true and proper Sacrament instituted by
The remote matter of Extreme Unction is oil.
The form consists in the prayer of the priest for the sick
person which accomplishes the anointing.
Extreme Unction gives the sick person sanctifying grace in
order to arouse and strengthen him.
Extreme Unction effects the remission of grievous sins still
remaining and of venial sins.
Extreme Unction sometimes effects the restoration of bodily
health, if this be of spiritual advantage.
Only Bishops and priests can validly administer Extreme
Extreme Unction can be received only by the Faithful who are
XVI. The Last
In the present order of salvation, death is a punishment for
All human beings subject to Original Sin are subject to the
law of death.
The souls of the just which in the moment of death are free
from all guilt of sin and punishment for sin, enter into Heaven.
The bliss of Heaven lasts for all eternity.
The degree of perfection of the Beatific Vision granted to
the just is proportioned to each one's merit.
The souls of those who die in the condition of personal
grievous sin enter Hell.
The punishment of Hell lasts for all eternity.
The souls of the just which, in the moment of death, are
burdened with venial sins or temporal punishment due to sins, enter Purgatory.
At the end of the world Christ will come again in glory to
All the dead will rise again on the last day with their
The dead will rise again with the same bodies as they had on
Immaculate Heart of Mary ~ Our Lady of Good Remedy ~ Our Lady of La Salette ~
Immaculate Heart of Mary
~ Pray the Rosary for essential graces ... see Section 4.1 of this website for instructions ~
~ Wear the Brown Scapular as the Blessed Virgin instructed us ... as Our Lady of Mount Carmel ~
Selected prophesies of the Blessed Virgin - & - Quotes on being devoted to the Blessed Virgin. (See also Section 4)
Ezechiel 44:2 > "This gate shall be shut … no man shall pass through it … the Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it."
Proverbs 8:35 > "He that shall find me (the Blessed Virgin), shall find life, and shall have salvation from the Lord."
St. Bonaventure, died 1274 > "No one ever finds Christ but with and through Mary. Whoever seeks Christ apart from Mary seeks Him in vain."
Genesis 3:15 > "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel."
Ecclesiasticus 24:25 > "In me is all grace of the way and the truth, in me is all hope of life and virtue."
St. Antoninus, died 1459 > "All graces that have ever been bestowed on men, all of them came through Mary."
St. John Damascene, died 749 > "Pure and Immaculate Virgin, save me and deliver me from eternal damnation."
Wisdom 7:26 > "For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty."
Ecclesiasticus 24:24 > "I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope."
St. Agnes, died 304 > "There is no one in the world who, if he asks for it, does not partake of the Divine mercy through the tenderness of Mary."
Proverbs 30:11-12 > "There is a generation that ... doth not bless their mother. A generation pure in their own eyes and yet not washed from their filthiness."
Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 > "Every grace and blessing possessed by the Church, all the treasures of light, holiness, and glory that abide in her, on earth as well as in Heaven, all are due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary."
St. Athanasius, died 373 > "Thou, O Lady, were filled with grace, so that thou might be the way of our salvation and the means of ascent into the heavenly kingdom."
Psalm 131:8 > "Arise, O Lord, into Thy resting place: Thou and the ark, which Thou hast sanctified." (The Blessed Virgin bodily in Heaven)
Truth of the super-natural order: All grace starts with God, goes to the hands of the Blessed Virgin, and then into the world. God (Grace Himself) came into the world by the Blessed Virgin, God never changes, all grace follows the same path to this day and until the end of the world.
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Mountains of proof in Sources of Dogma and Scripture ... links > Section 5.1 and