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“Alter ad superna erigit, alter deprimit ad inferna.”
“But there is also closely connected with the _ascensus in coelum_, the notion of a _descensus ad inferna_, which commended itself on the ground of Old Testament prediction.”
“Ducunt in bonis dies suos, & in puncto ad inferna descendunt.”
“It suggests that no place is beyond God's reach, that Christ even travels ad inferna so that no one loses the opportunity for redemption.”
“In the ancient Apostles 'creed, we also affirm that Christ descended into hell (descendit ad inferna), an act that is usually associated with Holy Saturday.”
“Si hoc vcrura sit, turn pneter inferna ilia, ab antiquis temporfbus credila et fbrmidata, locus fctnm est etiam bspc terra nostra, ubi sic dccipimur; ubi per trunites perplexos jter, et ad quodris divoiliculum crebri laquei et insidise locantur,, atque post iafinitiun moKraen spei perpctua firustratio: ** qui cruciatus!”
“Radtx Jragm* Pondere m hydromehte fota, per inferna trahit.”
“Eventually, as the doctrine of Jesus 'descent to the place of the dead (ad inferna) or to the dead ones (ad infernos) the "descendit" took on a life of its own and the the "sepultus”
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