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unerring authority of the Catholic Church in matters of faith maintained against the exceptions of a late author, in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility; or, a theological dissertation; in which the infallibility of the church of Christ is demonstrated from innumerable texts of Scripture, from the creed, from the fathers, and perpetual tradition. To which are prefixed, eight preliminaries, by way of introduction to the true church of Christ. by Richard Challoner

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Published by T. Lloyd in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Church -- Infallibility.,
  • Parsons, no. 73.

Book details:

The Physical Object
Pagination203 p. ;
Number of Pages203
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18261850M

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The unerring authority of the Catholic Church, in matters of faith: Maintained against the exceptions of a late author, in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility ; or, a theological dissertation ; in which the infallibility of the Church of Christ is demonstrated from innumerable texts of Scripture, from the Creed, from the fathers, and perpetual tradition. The unerring authority of the Catholic Church, in matters of faith.: Maintained against the exceptions of a late author, in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility ; or, a theological dissertation ; in which the infallibility of the Church of Christ is demonstrated from innumerable texts of Scripture, from the Creed, from the fathers, and perpetual tradition.   The unerring authority of the Catholic Church in matters of faith by Richard Challoner 3 editions - first published in Not in Library. The unerring authority of the Catholick Church, in matters of faith: maintain'd: against the exceptions of a late author, in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility. Or A Theological Dissertation ; In which the Infallibility of the Church of Christ is demonstrated from innumerable Texts of Scripture, from the Creed, from the Fathers, and perpetual Tradition.

The unerring authority of the Catholick Church, in matters of faith, maintain'd: against the exceptions of a late author, in his Answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility. The monk, of course, was Luther; the doctrine was justification by faith; and the book was the Bible. One of the tragic ironies of Christian history is that the deepest split in the history of the Church, and the one that has occasioned the most persecution, hatred, and bloody wars on both sides, from the Peasants' War of Luther's day through the Thirty Years' War, which claimed a larger.   The Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC) teaches that Christ instituted Peter as “the head” of the college of the apostles (), and therefore that the pope, Peter’s successor as the bishop of Rome, “is the perpetual and visible source and foundation of the unity both of the bishops and of the whole company of the Faith” (). The Extraordinary Magisterium is exercised in two ways: 1) when the Pope, as Supreme Pontiff of the Church, gives an authoritative universal teaching on matters of faith and morals, and 2) when all the bishops in union with the Pope give an authoritative universal teaching on matters of faith and morals through an ecumenical council (CCC , ).

The unerring authority of the Catholick Church, in matters of faith: maintain'd: against the exceptions of a late author, in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility. To which are prefix'd, eight preliminaries, by way of introduction to the true Church of Christ.   The authority of the Church as a teacher, and her authority as a ruler are, we must observe from the outset, two different conceptions. When we speak of an official as having authority, we mean that he holds a warrant or commission issued by some higher power. Challoner, Richard, The unerring authority of the Catholic Church in matters of Faith, maintained against the exceptions of a late author in his answer to a letter on the subject of infallibility; or, A theological dissertation in which the infallibility of the Church is demonstrated. The Protestant Reformers said that the Bible is the sole authoritative source of religious truth, whose proper understanding must be found by looking only at the words of the text itself. This is the Protestant teaching of sola scriptura (Latin: “by Scripture alone”). According to this teaching.