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The revised, expanded edition of “Denzinger”, with its text-critical editing, is a necessary part of any up-to-date theological library. Although not every entry in this page compendium of Church teaching is definitional i.
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Add to Your books. Denziinger not every entry in this page compendium of Church teaching is definitional i. Comments and reviews What are comments? Since it was first published a century and a half ago, this handbook or collection of articles of faith and morals has enjoyed universal appeal and approbation catholix the pontificate of Blessed Pope Pius IX.
Note, too, this edition comes with a one page Corrigenda which is a list of sixteen corrections that must be applied to errors usually omissions that escaped the eyes of editors in previous editions.
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With its unique wealth of official church documents and sources, it is an essential resource for theological work. This edition has been corrected, as some slight errors made it into the original English translation. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. Note, too, this edition comes with a one page Corrigenda which is a list of sixteen corrections that must be applied to errors usually omissions that escaped the eyes of editors in previous editions.
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