Credence

Cre"dence

, v. t. To give credence to; to believe. [Obs.]
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Cre*den"dum

(kr?-d?n"d?m), n.;
pl. Credenda (-d).
[L., fr. credere to believe.] (Theol.) A thing to be believed; an article of faith; -- distinguished from agendum, a practical duty.
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The great articles and credenda of Christianity.
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