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Scripture And Tradition ( June 1961)

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After the February meeting of the TC, the SCDF was charged once again with continuing the work. The text appeared for the first time in the course of June, 1961, although it appeared to have been originally intended for March of the same year. Following the plenary meeting of the SCDF in February, three animadversiones were presented to the TC secretariat, all of them from non-SCDF members. In the meantime, the future structure of the schema began to take shape, a four part structure differing considerably from the January constitution. This chapter briefly talks about the fifth chapter's two final articles on Catholic exegetes and the relationship between theology and the Scriptures. The SCDF gathered for the last time on June 23 to conclude its activities. This final meeting addressed the observations submitted by Cerfaux and di Fonzo and reviewed the entire text in terms of language and style.

Keywords: animadversiones; Catholic exegetes; Cerfaux; di Fonzo; SCDF; scripture



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