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HISTORY of Christian Theology

Is a Latin term meaning “The law of praying [is the] law of believing,” and refers to the theological argument that what we pray for leads to belief in that which we pray for. It is used to support the concept that liturgy promotes correct belief. Augustine used this concept in support of his doctrine of grace.

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