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PAPACY By James Aitken Wylie
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Professor J. A Wylie, a Scottish historian and Presbyterian minister, delves deep into the papacy, its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects. This volume is essential for all willing to know more of... More > the great Church of Rome, history's most powerful yet most inconspicuous force. See also History of Protestantism by same author.< Less
PAPACY By James Aitken Wylie
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Professor J. A Wylie, a Scottish historian and Presbyterian minister, delves deep into the papacy, its History, Dogmas, Genius, and Prospects. This volume is essential for all willing to know more of... More > the great Church of Rome, history's most powerful yet most inconspicuous force. See also History of Protestantism by same author.< Less
Papacy and Freemasonry By Msgr. Ernest Jouin
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Msgr. Jouin presents the clear and unmistakable teaching of the Roman Catholic Church through the Pontificates of the Popes. This book is a great resource for one to read the Papal Documents... More > condemning Freemasonry, which undoubtedly ought to catch the interest of every Christian, and even those who claim the name of Freemason for that matter. The book gives a background of the Masonic Revolutions and Conspiracies that have attacked the Church, the State, and the Family all leading to the denial of Christ the King's reign on earth as it is in heaven, and utter destruction of souls. Msgr. Jouin inspires the faithful to stay on guard against this evil gnostic sect and to defend the Roman Catholic Faith with honor.< Less
War Against the Papacy By James Larson
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"It was to St. Peter that our Lord entrusted the Keys of the Kingdom and vowed that his faith would never fail. For centuries the Petrine office has been the bulwark of truth against heresies... More > and ideologies which threaten the integrity of the Church's faith. In War Against the Papacy, James Larson explains why the apparent auto-demolition of the papacy under the post-conciliar popes has not changed this fundamental reality - and why attacks against the papacy, even in the name of tradition, betray a lack of trust in Christ's promise to St. Peter. James Larson is a Catholic author whose notable contributions include articles in the magazine Christian Order as well as the voluminous website War Against Being (www.waragainstbeing). He well-researched essays advocate a return to God using the golden wisdom of St. Thomas Aquinas as our lodestar. War Against the Papacy is his first print book.< Less
Studies on the Early Papacy (Hardcover) By John Chapman
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[Hardcover] John Chapman, fourth abbot of Downside, takes up the question of the papacy in the first centuries of Christianity. Eschewing selective apologetics, he favors a reasoned study of the... More > textual evidence of historical events. By these, he illustrates the early authoritative role expected of or taken by Rome’s bishop at pivotal moments in early Church history. This volume offers much substance to those interested in the question of papal prerogatives. Chapman argues in favor of Catholic claims, but does so with such care as a historian that his work has received high approval even from such an eminence as the famed Anglican historian Henry Chadwick who, in his own book on the history of the early Church, saw fit to recommend Chapman’s work to readers interested in the question. There have been many successors to Chapman but few, if any, have engaged with precisely the matters that he discusses in such detail. His book remains an important voice in the modern conversation.< Less
Biblical Proofs for an Infallible Church and Papacy By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of materials posted on my website / blog: "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism": written between 1997 and 2011: several in direct response to Protestant queries... More > or challenges. I’ve revised them in order to clarify the thoughts and to “tighten” up the arguments. My goal is to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to ecclesiology, or the doctrine of the Church (including the papacy), why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture and the doctrines held by the early Church. Protestants deny the infallibility of the Church, and hold that Scripture alone is the only final, infallible authority (denying that characteristic to the Church and apostolic tradition and the papacy). Therefore, if Catholics can show that an infallible Church and papacy are squarely based on Scripture, Protestants would be bound to those beliefs, by their own rule of faith (sola Scriptura). My aim is to demonstrate exactly that.< Less
Biblical Proofs for an Infallible Church and Papacy By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of materials posted on my website / blog: "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism": written between 1997 and 2011: several in direct response to Protestant queries... More > or challenges. I’ve revised them in order to clarify the thoughts and to “tighten” up the arguments. My goal is to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to ecclesiology, or the doctrine of the Church (including the papacy), why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture and the doctrines held by the early Church. Protestants deny the infallibility of the Church, and hold that Scripture alone is the only final, infallible authority (denying that characteristic to the Church and apostolic tradition and the papacy). Therefore, if Catholics can show that an infallible Church and papacy are squarely based on Scripture, Protestants would be bound to those beliefs, by their own rule of faith (sola Scriptura). My humble aim is to demonstrate exactly that.< Less
Biblical Proofs for an Infallible Church and Papacy By Dave Armstrong
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This volume consists entirely of materials posted on my website / blog: "Biblical Evidence for Catholicism": written between 1997 and 2011: several in direct response to Protestant queries... More > or challenges. I’ve revised them in order to clarify the thoughts and to “tighten” up the arguments. My goal is to defend and clarify what Catholics believe with regard to ecclesiology, or the doctrine of the Church (including the papacy), why we do, and to demonstrate that Catholic beliefs are in harmony with Holy Scripture and the doctrines held by the early Church. Protestants deny the infallibility of the Church, and hold that Scripture alone is the only final, infallible authority (denying that characteristic to the Church and apostolic tradition and the papacy). Therefore, if Catholics can show that an infallible Church and papacy are squarely based on Scripture, Protestants would be bound to those beliefs, by their own rule of faith (sola Scriptura). My humble (but ambitious) aim is to demonstrate exactly that< Less
The Pope and The Antichrist By Cardinal Manning
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Cardinal Manning's 1861 study of the papacy as the obstacle to Antichrist has never been more topical. The learned convert seems to have foreseen many details of the present crisis: religious... More > liberty, ecumenism, national apostasy, apparent defeat of the Church. Manning argues that the apostasy of the nations of christendom and the eclipse of the papacy will usher in the reign of Antichrist.< Less
History of the Popes, Vol. VII, Leo X, Book I By Ludwig von Pastor
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The seventh volume of Ludwig von Pastor's classic History of the Popes from the Close of the Middle Ages contains the first half of Pastor's treatment of the pontificate of Leo X. Here he discusses... More > Leo's struggles to deal with the legacy of Julius II, and to bring about reform while maintaining peace and unity in Christendom. The later chapters of the present volume analyze the causes of the German Reformation, its gradual development, and the stages of Leo X's response to it. The present edition is based on a copy of the first English edition of the text, published in 1908 and made available digitally by the Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies in Toronto, through the internet Archive. Artifacts of the scanning process have been carefully removed, and the margins of each page have been re-set so as to improve the appearance and readability of the text.< Less