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Scripture, dogma and dogmaticsIn this article it is argued that in actual systematic reflection on the Christian faith we cannot a priori assume that the dogma has the same content as Scripture, because it is strongly determined by its cultural-philosophical, its theological and its ecclesiastical-political contexts. Secondly, it is argued that the dogma is not a rule of faith or a hermeneutical rule for the interpretation of Scripture, but a grammatical rule for the use of the vocabulary ofdoi:10.4102/hts.v59i3.677 fatcat:t7ahn6ys4nc3njmqz45z7dxfji