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Dogma - The Statute of Christós

 
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Encyclical on the Status of Christós in the Church

We, the Roman Curie, supreme authority by the grace of God, declare and define by the present one:

Chapter One: The Nature of Christós
In His infinite kindness Almighty God did not want that man should ever remain separated from him...

Aristotle, the great prophet who was granted the divine revelation, had foretold that a chosen man of God would incarnate the virtuous friendship by dedicating his life to others, "Love one another" was going to be his creed. Indeed, until the arrival of this Messiah, the rules of "solidarity" were internal to the ethnos group; beyond the ethnic groups are populations to be exploited.

This chosen man of God would arrive during a time of suffering, would express the will to go "to teach all the nations" and he will have against him those which refuse this vision and they will plot against him even wanting to kill him. This chosen official will have the choice between "returning to the masses" or sacrificing himself to show to God that man could not reach the perfect, virtuous, and unitive friendship until sacrificing himself for others without expecting anything in return.

Chapter Two: Titles of Christós

He is Messiah, guide and mirror of the Divinity.

Chapter Three: Salvation

Thus Christós came among us, but the hatred which darkens the spirit turned the men, and they rejected the message of love, they crucified it as one cuts the throat of a lamb without defence. He, loving them until the end, this pure, perfect man of no sin accepted his fate with humility, in order to repair, by his voluntary sacrifice, the sins of all the men past, present, and future and to establish forever the friendship between Man and God.

It is thus, by this sacrifice that Christós brought salvation to mankind, so that they could be saved by achieving works of God, i.e.:

Adhesion with the Aristotelian Church, Faith in the teaching of Aristotle, and the Union, the obedience and the imitation of Christós
, who came on Earth to give force and majesty to the lesson of God, consigned in the books of the Revelation.


Written at the Cistercian Abbey of Noirlac, on the 2nd day of January, in the year of 1454.

Translated by the hand of Father Etchelion on the 28th of February, 1454.
With minor grammar corrected by Father Loyats

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