English meaning of Latin notae fidelium.

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  1. baron

    baron Puritan Board Graduate

    Would some one please give the proper meaning for notae fidelium. I have tried my universal translator with no sucess. I have searched the internet and find that fidelium means faithful. But for notae it comes out note.

    So was wondering if it means note faithful?

    Thank you.

    Sorry this doubled posted and I tried to delete one without sucess.
  2. Prufrock

    Prufrock Arbitrary Moderation

    It refers to the marks of believers; i.e., those things which give evidence of the faithful.
  3. baron

    baron Puritan Board Graduate

    Thank you. That makes sense seeing how I will start reading Book 4 in the Institutes and I think Calvin is talking about the true church, or marks of true christians.
  4. jogri17

    jogri17 Puritan Board Junior

    This book may of great use to you in the present and future.
  5. baron

    baron Puritan Board Graduate

    Thank you for the book suggestion. Looks like just what I need. Now to decide if to buy phyiscal book in paperback, Kindle edition, or both. Decisions, decisions life can be hard at times with so many decisions.

    ---------- Post added at 01:34 PM ---------- Previous post was at 01:20 PM ----------

    Well ok I purchased the Kindle ebook. But I see there is no table of contents. Have to use Search This Book feature on Kindle, which is a hassel. So I guess I will purchase the paperback also. Boy that was a easy decision.
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