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CHNetwork Online Community Forums Mary, Saints, and Angels Origins of the dogma of the assumption

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  • #21855
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    Thank you Jennie 🙂

    #21872
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    I’m reading Munificentissimus Deus. I take back everything I said!

    Im looking up the references as I read through and it’s clearly well routed in history. I was amazed that it’s recorded in the 800s as a well established feast that the church has “observed for a long time”. And the assumption was written about in the 600s and 700s in equally elaborate “modern sounding” detail.

    Wow, was James White mistaken!

    #21877
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    Sadly Mr White is wrong about many things. :/

    #21878
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    He’s right about the particular document, but it seems to have little relevance ether overall tradition.

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