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simul

/sim·ul/ (sim´ul) [L.] at the same time as.

simul

(sī′mŭl) (sĭm′ŭl) [L.]
At once or at the same time; term used in signature of prescription.
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This is much simpler than the alternative sequence of errors that Ziolkowski implies -- of a scribe not only slipping on the very common phrase simul et but also changing cenam into camum, a word evidently unintelligible in context to him, as his treatment of the rest of the line shows.
Haec enim cognitio simul est cum re cognita, nec fuit res scibilis ante scientiam"; D.
The question that lurks at the background of this essay is how the simul could be viewed in a bid to attain visible unity of the churches without ignoring the concerns of either tradition.
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The word "simultaneous" comes from Latin simul, which means together, jointly, at the same time.
To speak of the church as a communion that reflects the perichoretic communion of the divine life--without also speaking of the church as a human community that reflects the reality of sin operant in all human relationships and structures--raises questions for this Lutheran, since the divine life of the triune God is without sin while the church is, at least in its present manifestation, simul iustus et peccator.
is the 1999 Annex of the Joint Declaration with its positively nuanced Catholic appreciation of the realities indicated by the Lutheran formulae simul iustus et peccator and justification sola fide.
Themes and Issues in Reformation Era Catholic Preaching"; Peter Vogt, "Ecclesia Simul Justa et Peccatrix: Speaking about the Holiness of the Church from a Reformation Perspective"; Bill J.
A similar mistake occurs in the Credo of the same Mass, where Contino mixes up the two adjacent lines of text "Qui ex Patre Filioque procedit" and "Qui cum Patre et Filio simul adoratur.
So for all these reasons it remains difficult to see how, in the current state of the presentation given in the Joint Declaration, we can say that this doctrine on simul iustus et peccator is not touched by the anathemas of the Tridentine decree on original sin and justification.
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The use of agents in the DICEMAN system will be investigated to improve the usability of the system, particularly as the system scales to include simul