Catholic Scripture Interpretation


Resting on Fundamentals, Resisting Fundamentalism


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NOTES



(1) Second Vatican Council, Dei Verbum, Art. 2. back

(2) Dei Verbum, Art. 11.back

(3) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 2.back

(4) Dei Verbum, Art. 2.back

(5) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 4.back

(6) cf. Pope Pius XII, Divino Afflante Spiritu, Art. 33.back

(7) Dei Verbum, Art. 10.back

(8) Dei Verbum, Art. 10.back

(9) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 9.back

(10) cf. Pope Leo XIII, Providentissimus Deus, Part II, Section D, subpart 3.back

(11) Dei Verbum, Art. 8.back

(12) Providentissimus Deus, Part II, Section D, subpart 3a.back

(13) Divino Afflante Spiritu, Art. 37.14) Dei Verbum, Art. 5, quoting First Vatican Council, Dogmatic Constitution on the Catholic Faith, Chp. 3, ‘On Faith’.back

(15) Providentissimus Deus, Part II, Section C, subpart 1a.back

(16) cf. Matt. 16:13-20; John 16:13.back

(17) Providentissimus Deus, Part II, Section C, subpart 1b.back

(18) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 12.back

(19) PCB, Interpretation of the Bible in the Church, Origins edition, p.509.20) PCB, p. 509.back

(21) NCCB, A Pastoral Statement for Catholics on Biblical Fundamentalism, p.2.back

(22) NCCB, p.2.back

(23) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 19.back

(24) B. Frein, "Fundamentalism and Narrative Approaches to the Gospels", Biblical Theology Bulletin, vol.22, p.13.back

(25) As a former fundamentalist, the writer has seen in practice how an individual pastor is usually the true authority in a fundamentalist church or organization.back

(26) NCCB, p.4-5.back

(27) cf. Dei Verbum, Art. 12.back


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