1958: Pius XII's death marked the end of a century of excessive Marian cults by the Pius popes that had begun with the definition of the dogma
of the Immaculate Conception in 1854.
K8-S has been subjected to several months of laboratory and practical tests, using accelerometers, power meters and GPS instrumentation.
's distinctive feature is the huge monsters, which you can encounter almost anywhere.
And it turns out that "God's Country" is a pretty spectacular location to dedicate to wine label manufacturing, which is exactly what Digital Dogma
Part one sets forth two common claims about shame--which the authors polemically refer to as "dogmas
"--that are widespread in both scholarly and popular accounts.
However, things do get exciting as you reach Dragon's Dogma
Where Dragon's Dogma
has its epic rival beaten is with its dynamic action.
is also a proper challenge, even for the hardened gamer.
, Lars Iyer's sequel to 2011's Spurious,based on his eponymous blog, has us meeting up again with our favorite drunken, misguided British intellectuals, narrator Lars and his friend/critic, W.
The Catholic dogma
on the papacy was officially formulated in 1870; prior to this, investigations on the papal dogma
were extensive in the 1970's (responding to Vatican II).
Sooner or later, however, the bright light of scientific evidence will reveal the ersatz nature of a dogma
and it will come crashing down.
They heard that 715 schools were axed from the rebuilding project out of "political dogma
" in an attack on state education.
The book consists of two parts, "Dogma
and Truth" and "Discerning Dogma
", with three chapters in each.
He did not just fall into and repeat the typical global warming dogma
regarding polar bears and seals.
Limbo was never defined as a dogma
but had become part of common belief.