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Supremacy of Peter, The / Kellogg, Moses Eastman

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The Vatican today teaches that "The Pope, Bishop of Rome and Peter's successor, is the perpetual and visible source and foundation of the unity both of the bishops and of the whole company of the faithful." "For the Roman Pontiff, by reason of his office as Vicar of Christ, and as pastor of the entire Church has full, supreme, and universal power over the whole Church, a power which he can always exercise unhindered."

Is the papacy correct in this view of "perpetual" succession? In this treatise five points will be established: (1) No primacy was established by Christ or recognized in the apostolic writings; (2) How a primacy grew up in the church; (3) The power and position attained by that primacy in the temporal reign of the popes; (4) The loss of the temporal power; and (5) Church government as revealed in the New Testament.

The book covers the following topics:

  • The Supremacy of Peter
  • Examination of Other Texts
  • Peter, The Rock
  • Inferential Evidence for the Superiority of John and Paul
  • Examination of Peter's Letters
  • Peter's Part in the Council at Jerusalem
  • Was Peter Ever at Rome?
  • An Appeal to Tradition
  • Comparison of Expressions of Authority Used by Peter and Paul
  • How the Office of Bishop Became Higher than that of Elder
  • Different Orders of Clergy Developed Make a Single Head Necessary
  • Great Events Which Opened the Way for the Primacy
  • Development of the Primacy
  • The Division of the Church
  • Great Pretensions of the Papacy
  • The Temporal Power of the Pope
  • The French Revolution and Its Effect upon the Papacy
  • Napoleon and the Papacy
  • The Italian Revolution
  • United Italy
  • Italy Gains Venetia
  • End of the Temporal Power
  • The New Testament Church Government
  • The Revelation of Christ, the Head of the Church, to the Members of His Body, and Their Relation to Each Other

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Binding:
Paperback
Printed:
2006
Pages:
338
ISBN-13:
9781572584044

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