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How this doctrine of work-righteousness, technically known as the doctrine of infused grace, or Gratia Infusa, can presume to claim any vestige of Pauline authority, may at first seem an exceedingly difficult task to demonstrate. It is for his purpose that the writer has chosen to devote the entire first chapter of his thesis to a treatment of the gradual growth and steady evolution of this doctrine from the days immediately after the Apostle Paul until the sixteenth century, when the conception of infused grace was definitely formulated and laid down as a dogma of the Church in the Canons and Decrees of the Council of Trent.
Gockel, Herman W., "The Roman Catholic Doctrine of Infused Grace Examined and Refuted" (1931). Bachelor of Divinity. 689.
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