Papalism: A Treatise On the Claims of the Papacy As Set Forth in ‘Satis Cognitum’
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Papalism examines each of the papacy’s major claims and seeks to honestly engage with each one. Edward Denny re-establishes Christian unity by addressing major ecumenical disagreements through Scripture and church history. Papalism begins with an examination of the words, “Thou art Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church,” seeking wisdom from early Church Fathers to discuss Peter’s appointment as the head of the Church. Papalism studies the testimonies of Saint Cyprian, Saint Jerome, Saint Augustine, Saint Chrysostom, and others to shed light on the claims of the papacy, and to ultimately support the stances of both the Eastern Orthodox and Anglican Churches.
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- Examines the claims of the papacy
- Explores the testimonies of early Church Fathers and saints
- Addresses Satis Cognitum
Praise for the Print Edition
This is one of the most learned works published in recent years on the controversy, which apparently must go on without abatement, though perhaps with improved temper, between the Church of England and the Church of Rome.
- Title: Papalism: A Treatise On the Claims of the Papacy As Set Forth in ‘Satis Cognitum’
- Author: Edward Denny
- Publisher: Rivingtons
- Publication Date: 1912
- Pages: 760
About Edward Denny
Edward Denny was a vicar of St. Peter’s and the author of Anglican Orders and Jurisdiction.