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- n. Plural form of kerugma.
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Gr.ciii. p. 1027) writes, "In this work," i.e. Or.II. "he says that of the doctrines (didagmaton) handed down in the church by the ministers of the word, some are dogmata, and others kerugmata.
B.), while he reserves kerugmata for what is now often understood by dogmata, i.e. "legitima synodo decreta." cf.Ep. LII., where he speaks of the great kerugma of the Fathers at Nicaea.