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The Schema Compendiosum

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This chapter focuses on the Schema compendiosum constitutionis De fontibus revelationis, the first redactional traces of which can be dated back to July 15, 1960. It presents a table that offers a schematic overview of Tromp's texts, the reworking by Tromp and Garofalo, and the official version of the first schema that was adjusted after the meeting and distributed among the members of the TC with an invitation to submit further remarks and comments. In the mid-1950s a discussion arose between two German theologians - Lennerz and Geiselmann - on the relationship between Scripture and Tradition and whether and to what extent the Council of Trent had established this relationship. The addition of the schema De fontibus to the existing set of schemata texts introduced a number of thematic overlaps. Article three of the text dealt with doctrines such as the inspiration and infallibility of Scripture.

Keywords: Council of Trent; Salvatore Garofalo; schema Compendiosum; schema De fontibus; Tromp



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