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A handbook on the papacy

William Shaw Kerr

A handbook on the papacy

by William Shaw Kerr

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Published by Evangelical Publishers in Toronto .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Papacy.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWilliam Shaw Kerr.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination322 p. ;
    Number of Pages322
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22914175M

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out of 5 stars A DETAILED APOLOGETICAL STUDY OF THE BIBLICAL AND HISTORICAL BASIS FOR THE PAPACY Reviewed in the United States on December 3, The three authors wrote in the Preface to this book, "In this Scriptural handbook, we have arranged the material for spiritual meditation, fruitful discussion, and apologetic enlightenment /5(24).

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N.Y., Philosophical Library, © (OCoLC)   Jesus, Peter and the Keys (JPK) addresses what became, during the Reformation, a major issue — papal infallibility and its consequences. The authors are Catholic laymen, two of whom have roots in evangelicalism.

They try to make their case for papal authority from the Scriptures and church tradition. JPK is endorsed by a number of [ ].

his book contains the abridged profiles of all of the popes of the Catholic Church organized chronologically according to the dates of their respective terms of office. For the complete profiles, readers should consult the full edition, originally published in hard cover by HarperSanFrancisco insubsequently released in.

The Papacy. 20 Answers: The Papacy by Jim Blackburn (B) Pope Fiction: Answers to 30 Myths and Misconceptions About the Papacy by Patrick Madrid (I) Jesus, Peter, and the Keys: A Scriptural Handbook on the Papacy by Scott Butler, Norman Dahlgren, and David Hess (A). Get this from a library.

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16, J L A etc. And anticipating objections, especially the most recent developed objection. BOOK REVIEW Jesus, Peter and the Keys:A Scriptural Handbook on the Papacy by Scott Butler, Norman Dahlgren, and David Hess Jesus, Peter and the Keys (JPK)addresses what became, during the Reformation, a major issue — papal infallibility and its consequences.

The authors are Catholic laymen, two of whom have roots in evangelicalism. This voluminous study examines the question of the Papacy in theological, biblical, and historical context, attempting to dispel doubts about the traditional Roman Catholic position by an impessive collection of data and commentary.

"synopsis" may belong to another edition of this title/5(24). Jesus, Peter and the Keys: A Scriptural Handbook on the Papacy by Scott Butler et al (Queenship, ) The Papacy by Catholic Answers (, workbook) The Vatican Council by Dom Cuthbert Butler (The Newman Press,orig ).

Jesus, Peter & the Keys: A Scriptural Handbook on the Papacy by Butler, Scott; Dahlgren, Norman; Hess, David and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This is the first and only book that proves, without doubt, that the Papacy was designed by Jesus and is being carried out as He intended.

This landmark work brings together information from Catholic, Protestant, and Orthodox sources to give readers of all Christian faiths a clear understanding of the office of St. Peter and his successors.

Five Books on Consideration: Advice to a Pope (Cistercian by Bernard of Clairvaux (48 copies) An illustrated history of the popes: Saint Peter to John by Michael J.

Walsh (45 copies) The Reform of the Papacy (Ut Unum Sint) by John R. Quinn (43 copies). Hey guys. I’m trying to decide between becoming either Catholic or Orthodox. I was wondering if you have any book recommendations on a solid defense of the Catholic doctrine of Papal Supremacy (preferably from a historian).

I would also appreciate any Church History books from a non-Christian writer, so that I can see a neutral perspective on the history of Christianity. A very detailed look at the papacy using Scripture and tradition! This book covers many angles, from Scripture to the historical development of this enduring office.

As a Protestant interested in the Catholic faith, it provides a solid foundation for understanding the claims of the papacy/5.Other good books on the papacy are Jesus, Peter, and the Keys by Scott Butler, Norman Dahlgren, Rev.

David Hess, published by Queenship Publishing Company, Santa Barbara, California at () This is “a scriptural handbook on the papacy”.ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xxiii, pages ; 22 cm: Contents: Part One: St.

Peter and the church --I. Peter in Matthew --The preeminence of Peter --Change in name --change in mission --The rock of Matthew --Analysis of the language in Matthew --Analysis of the Greek words lithos and petros relative to Matthew --Analysis of the Greek.