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  • And so much in answer to this objection; which being thus removed, I come now to shew, that the mysteriousness of those parts of the gospel called the credenda, or matters of our faith, is most subservient to the great, important ends of religion; and that upon these following accounts:

    Sermons Preached Upon Several Occasions. Vol. II.

  • The Sparks, Nev., library had a subscription to Buckley's National Review magazine, with its unadorned cover and its bold credenda.

    The Girl Who Beat Up Rove

  • The Sparks, Nev., library had a subscription to Buckley's National Review magazine, with its unadorned cover and its bold credenda.

    The Girl Who Beat Up Rove

  • The Sparks, Nev., library had a subscription to Buckley's National Review magazine, with its unadorned cover and its bold credenda.

    The Girl Who Beat Up Rove

  • The Sparks, Nev., library had a subscription to Buckley's National Review magazine, with its unadorned cover and its bold credenda.

    The Girl Who Beat Up Rove

  • Mirari non rimari sapientia vera est, saith [6496] Gerhardus; et in divinis (as a good father informs us) quaedam credenda, quaedam admiranda, &c. some things are to be believed, embraced, followed with all submission and obedience, some again admired.

    Anatomy of Melancholy

  • Nobody knows what are their _credenda_ -- what they hold indispensable for fellow-membership, either as to faith in mysteries or in moral doctrines.

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine — Volume 55, No. 340, February, 1844

  • Indeed, this last question might suggest another paramount to the other two -- viz. not whether the points at issue were weighty enough to justify schism and hostile separation, but whether those points could even be safe as mere speculative _credenda_, which, through so long a period of trial, and by so memorable a harvest of national services, had been shown to be unnecessary?

    Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, No. CCCXXXVI. October, 1843. Vol. LIV.

  • The pope sanctioned it, on condition that the Protestants would abide by its decisions and submit their credenda in concise, intelligible form.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 9: Laprade-Mass Liturgy

  • In his first book he gives for material of preaching the usual order -- credenda, facienda, fugienda, timenda, appetenda.

    The Catholic Encyclopedia, Volume 7: Gregory XII-Infallability

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