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Which Is the True Church of Jesus Christ? By William DeTucci
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A vast Comparison Chart displaying the Doctrines of Christ and His Roman Catholic Church founded in 33 A.D. compared to those of Heretical Sects that broke away from the True Church of Jesus Christ... More > (God).< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less
Roma y Sus Niños Excomulgados By Templo de Alhym
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Roma y Sus Niños Excomulgados. Historical letter from Desposyni concerning the excommunication of the Roman Catholic Church and its later schismatic groups. Available in English upon request.... More > Translated by Roberto Díaz.< Less
Reflections on Radical Catholic Reactionaries By Dave Armstrong
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I have sought to analyze (minus proper names, a la Trent) the premises, presuppositions, logical and ecclesiological “bottom lines” and (in a word), the spirit of a false and divisive... More > radical Catholic reactionary strain of thought held by a distinctive and tiny sub-group of Catholics. The term “traditionalism” has been co-opted by groups and schools of thought within Catholicism that vary quite widely. It's similar to the love and adoption of the word “Christian” by many sects that are not Christian at all (since they deny the Holy Trinity or the divinity of Jesus Christ). Apologists and other observers need to differentiate groups that are using the same name, for purposes of identification and critique, and to prevent misunderstandings as to exactly what we are contending against as error. The book doesn't oppose the Tridentine Mass, or traditional liturgical practice and devotion (nor traditional morality and catechesis), but rather, far more radical ideas held by some Catholics.< Less
Ante-Nicene Fathers Volume 3: Latin Christianity: Its Founder, Tertullian. I. Apologetic; II. Anti-Marcion; III. Ethical By Alexander Roberts, Sir James Donaldson, Arthur Cleveland Coxe
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We present a volume widely differing, in its contents, from those which have gone before; it contains the works of the great founder of Latin Christianity, the versatile and brilliant Tertullian.... More > Not all his works, indeed, for they could not be contained in one of our books. This book, however, considerably overruns the promised number of pages, and gives three complete parts of Tertullian's writings, according to the classification of our Editor-in-chief. The Fourth volume will begin with the fourth class of his works, those which exhibit our author's ascetic ideas and the minor morals of the Primitive Christians, that collection being closed by the four treatises which were written in support of a defined and schismatical Montanism.< Less
Sobornosti: Essays on the Old Faith By Matthew Raphael Johnson
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In the first of a series of books by Matthew Raphael Johnson, an Orthodox priest, the author investigates the Old Ritualists from an inside perspective, collecting essays and interviews previously... More > only available in Russian, and asking the reader the provocative question: Who were the schismatics during the Old Believer schism of the 17th century? What was the "raskol"? With surprising answers and touching commentary, Father Matthew Raphael Johnson forces us to ask if a schism of over three hundred years, previously thought to be over "two versus three fingers", has relevance to Orthodox Christians today.< Less
Sobornosti: Essays on the Old Faith By Matthew Raphael Johnson
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In the first of a series of books by Matthew Raphael Johnson, an Orthodox priest, the author investigates the Old Ritualists from an inside perspective, collecting essays and interviews previously... More > only available in Russian, and asking the reader the provocative question: Who were the schismatics during the Old Believer schism of the 17th century? What was the "raskol"? With surprising answers and touching commentary, Father Matthew Raphael Johnson forces us to ask if a schism of over three hundred years, previously thought to be over "two versus three fingers", has relevance to Orthodox Christians today.< Less
Concerning Repentance By St. Ambrose
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These two books were written against the Novatian heresy, which took its name, and to a considerable extent its form, from Novatus, a priest of the Church of Carthage, and Novatian, schismatically... More > consecrated bishop at Rome. It was the outcome of a struggle which had long existed in the Church upon the question of the restitution to Church privileges of those who had fallen into grievous sin, and the possibility of their repentance. The severest ground was taken by the Novatians, who were condemned successively by many councils, which maintained the power of the Church to admit those guilty of any sin whatsoever to repentance, and prescribed various rules and penalties applicable to different cases. The heresy, however, lasted for some time, becoming weaker in the fifth century, and gradually fading away as a separate body with a distinctive name.< Less
Anabaptists, Baptists, and their Stepchildren By Francis Nigel Lee
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Anabaptists are known today by their descendants; Amish, Mennonite, Brethren, and Hutterite, but are the offspring and step-children of their ancestors from the 16th Century. "Anabaptist"... More > was a derogatory term used to describe their chief error, Re-Baptism. The difficulty in defining the Anabaptists is that there were many of them with different stripes and colors. There were Anabaptists which had no qualms in destroying property, disrupting worship services, and some were physically violent, even to the point of murdering their detractors. They existed in a time where all citizens were required to be baptized, names recorded in church records, submissive to church and magistrate, and willing to serve in military service if required to fight the enemies of state or religion. They found themselves almost universally opposed by German Lutherans, Swiss Reformed, English and Scottish Presbyterians, and even Roman Catholics, all of which considered them to be heretics, schismatics, and enemies of the God of truth.< Less