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  Petrine_supremacy info here at en.articles-by-ken-blanchard.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Our Featured Petrine supremacy column on Primacy of the Roman Pontiff Category: Primacy of the Roman Pontiff It has passé suggested that that column or locality be merged into Pope.
The primacy of the Roman pontiff is the apostolic authority of the bishop of Rome, from the Holy See, by the a part churches that comprise the Catholic Church in the Latin and Eastern Rites.
Petrine supremacy Primacy of Peter the apostle Primacy of Peter the apostle Main article: Primacy of Simon Peter.
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 papacy. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The claim of Petrine supremacy and (by virtue of Peter’s connection to Rome) Roman supremacy, is based on Matthew 16:18–19.
This intermingling of powers was a determining condition in the struggle between church and state that was a main theme in the history of the West in the Middle Ages.
By crowning (800) Charlemagne, Leo III at once sponsored the empire and sanctioned the creation of a state which, as the Roman Empire (see Holy Roman Empire), was to be the chief antagonist of the papacy for centuries.
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 Rejection of Pascal's Wager: The Myth of Petrine Papacy
The supremacy of the Roman church was not recognized from the earliest of times and it achieved it's prominent position mainly through skilful political maneuvering and forgery.
There were isolated cases of personal declarations on the supremacy of the pope: by Ireneaus (c130-c200), Bishop of Lyons and Cyprian (d.258), Bishop of Carthage.
The development of the eventual supremacy of the Roman Church was a long protracted affair.
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 Papal supremacy - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Critics claim the creation of the term papal supremacy dates back to the 6th century, which was the beginning of the rise of the papacy to the position of not just religious power, but the power to be the ultimate ruler of the kingdoms within the Christian Community which it has since retained.
The second great phase in the process of papal supremacy's rise to prominence began, one that extended from the mid 11th to the mid 13th century.
It was distinguished, first, by Gregory VII's bold attack after 1075 on the traditional practices whereby the emperor had controlled appointments to the higher church offices, an attack that spawned the protracted civil and ecclesiastical strife in Germany and Italy known as the Investiture Controversy.
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 Petrine_supremacy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Our Featured Petrine supremacy article on Primacy of the Roman Pontiff Category: Primacy of the Roman Pontiff It has been suggested that this article or section be merged into Pope.
The primacy of the Roman pontiff is the apostolic authority of the bishop of Rome, from the Holy See, over the several churches that comprise the Catholic Church in the Latin and Eastern Rites.
Petrine supremacy has been updated in our database.
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 Columbia Encyclopedia- Peter Saint - AOL Research & Learn
However, whether this primacy should be one of honor only (as held by the Orthodox Eastern Church) or of actual rulership of the whole church (as claimed by Roman Catholics; see papacy) is one of the dividing questions of Christian history.
The biblical passages cited to support Petrine supremacy are Mat.
From the first passage comes the familiar image of the keys, which are seen to represent papal power, as well as that of St. Peter as the gatekeeper of heaven.
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 Early Post-Apostolic Denials of a Papacy   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Combining this denial of Petrine supremacy with the other contradictions of Roman Catholic doctrine in First Clement, this letter actually hurts the case for an early papacy rather than helping it.
From the third century onward, it was popular to refer to Peter as the greatest of the apostles, although not all church fathers from the third century onward held that view.
We would be wise to learn from his example by submitting to the supremacy of the Ephesian church and the bishop of Ephesus.
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 In Depth Bible Studies
As the bearer of the Petrine office, he is raised to a position of lonely eminence as chief bishop or primate of the universal church.
In defining also that the Petrine primacy was, by Christ's establishment, to pass in perpetuity to his successors and that the bishops of Rome were these successors, Vatican I cited no further scriptural texts.
In defining further, however, that the Roman pontiffs, as successors in the Petrine primacy, possess the authority to issue infallible pronouncements in matters of faith or morals, the council cited both Matthew 16:18 f.
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 Roman Catholicism Encyclopedia Article @ Thereupon.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
The First Vatican Council (1869–1870) affirmed the doctrine of papal infallibility which Catholics hold to be in continuity with the history of Petrine supremacy in the Church, but Eastern Orthodox and Protestant churches consider it a theological innovation.
The Second Vatican Council (1962–1965) was convened by Pope John XXIII, primarily as a pastoral but authoritative council, to make the historic teachings of the Catholic Church clear to the modern world.
In certain limited and extraordinary circumstances, this papal primacy, which is referred to also as the Pope's Petrine authority or function, involves papal infallibility, i.e.
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 Ask the Bible Scholar questions about feminine pronouns for God-- the pyramids --Eden --Cremation --Peter as head of ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Still others object because of the Christian belief in the resurrection of the body or in the body, which is promised in scripture (see 1 Corinthians 15).
The notion of Petrine supremacy seems to overlook the biblical account that James, not Peter, was the head of the earliest church in Jerusalem (see Acts 15).
But even if it is the latter, the word "rock" here should be translated "shelf of rocks," and refers to Peter as a person of faith, and those like him having such authority.
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 Wikinfo | Pope Leo I
The significance of Leo's pontificate lies in the fact of his assertion of the universal episcopate of the Roman bishop, which comes out in his letters, and still more in his ninety-six extant orations.
This assertion is commonly referred to as the doctrine of Petrine supremacy.
According to him the Church is built upon Peter, in pursuance of the promise of Matthew 16:16-19.
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 November 10 Saints of the Day
His work, holiness and the doctrine on the Petrine supremacy justifies the application to him of the title of the first pope,
This assertion is commonly referred to as the doctrine of Petrine supremacy Pope Leo the Great and Papal Supremacy Pope Leo on Papacy
According to him the Church is built upon Peter, in pursuance of the promise of Matt.16:16-19.
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 Dismal World | World Tour: Pope John Paul II Dies
However, the Pope's authority is not undisputed outside the Catholic Church; these objections differ from denomination to denomination, but can roughly be outlined as (1.) objections to the extent of the primacy of the Pope; and (2.) objections to the institution of the Papacy itself.
These churches deny, however, the claim that the Pope is also heir to Petrine primacy of jurisdiction.
Other non-Catholic Christian denominations do not accept the doctrine of Apostolic Succession, or do not understand it in hierarchical terms, and therefore do not accept the claim that the Pope is heir either to Petrine primacy of honour or to Petrine primacy of jurisdiction.
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 Thou art Peter   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
And she additionally claims that all her doctrine is in accordance with the unanimous consent of the Fathers.
When Petrine Supremacy is brought under the light of these their own rules then it becomes evident how false is the whole system, since papal authority comes crushing to the ground immediately.
Their prime source in defending papal supremacy is Matthew 16, "Thou art Peter and upon this rock I will build my church." They claim that Peter was there and then elected to be the first pope, was made infallible and not only him but also his successors, the bishops of Rome.
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 Papal Monarchy
We have previously discussed the Doctrine of Petrine Succession, which holds that the Popes derive their authority directly from Peter, who was commissioned by Jesus.
Not until the division of the Roman Empire into East and West after 395 did Rome become dominant in the West.
, expounded the Doctrine of Petrine Supremacy, that the Pope is the
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
On the subject of papal supremacy, Harold O. Brown writes, "Pope Gregory I (A.D. 590—604) indignantly reproached Patriarch John the Faster of Constantinople for calling himself the universal bishop; Gregory did so to defend the rights of all bishops, himself included, and not because he wanted the title for himself."
But we resist applying to him the title, "Vicar of Christ." This form of address is more accurately used when speaking of the Third Person of the Trinity, the Blessed Holy Spirit (John 14:26; 16:13; 1 John 2:27).
Although Augustine is counted as a champion of the Petrine supremacy view by Roman Catholics, consider the following: "On this rock therefore, He said, which thou hast confessed, I will build my Church.
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 The 13th Apostle
Incidentally, this election of Matthias showed that since the very beginning of the Church manifested Petrine Supremacy.
Thenceforth, it was always St. Peter to whom the Apostles and the disciples of Christ look for leadership up to this death as the first Bishop of Rome.
Hence, those who do not recognize this Petrine Supremacy disregard the Sacred Tradition.
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 Explorations Class #4
This claim results from various scriptural references which are alleged to show the supremacy of Peter over the other disciples and apostles Peter is the founder of the Church of Rome, which he then endowed with his apostolic authority.
This apostolic authority has been passed on to each succeeding Bishop of Rome (later Pope) in an unbroken chain of authority.
Given the appearance of Petrine supremacy in verses 17-19, let us examine the context.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
Rome bases many of its claims of papal supremacy on this identification of the Apostle Peter with the Rock mentioned by Christ in this passage of Matthew's Gospel.
It is true that the Catholic Church refers to Matthew 16:18 in support of Petrine supremacy, but this is not the only verse or evidence used.
The statement above is also untrue that "Rome bases many of its claims of papal supremacy on this identification of the Apostle Peter with the Rock mentioned by Christ." In fact, the Catholic Church appeals to the Power of the Keys (Matt.
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 Protestant Quote Thread - phatmass phorum
Catholics can't object to this list by pointing to post-Biblical evidence for a Petrine papacy, since the issue under discussion is whether the Biblical evidence supports a papacy.
The question is whether that papacy was just a later development or is a teaching of the scriptures as well.
Roman supremacy developed over time, beginning with the geographical, social, and political advantages associated with being in the capital of the Empire.
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 MERGED: INC membership/Requirements for salvation.
There is no debate on the Petrine office inasmuch as St Ambrose and St. Augustine were concerned.
This is the most common line of Petrine oppositionists regarding Augustine's stand on the papacy.
But it is important to note that Petrine Supremacy was already accepted (implied or otherwise) before and after Augustine's time.
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 Past Pope Pizzazz - Encyclopedia FunTrivia
In the early 1400s Lorenzo Valla found this article to be fake, and it is still considered to be one of the greatest forgeries every written.
According to the Bible, who gave the Popes their spiritual power and established the "Doctrine of Petrine Supremacy"?
The "Doctrine of Petrine Supremacy" was given to Pope Peter I by Jesus Christ.
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 Catholic Faith - July/August, 2001
Souls troubled by evil respond in a variety of ways, from denying the existence of God to asserting that there must be two gods, one good, one evil, equal in power and forever contending between themselves for supremacy over nature.
Man himself, in their tortured schemes, becomes nothing more than a cauldron of perpetual conflict and agony, with the impurity, darkness and crassness of the body clawing down the purity, light and alacrity of the soul.
That the debate retained its divisive potential through the entire second millennium of Christianity is a scandal that all followers of Christ should be striving to lift from their consciences.
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 These people are orthodox? - Catholic Answers Forums
Saint John Chrysostom is actually affirming that the whole world was given to both Peter and to John.
A case for petrine supremacy just cannot be built on it.
Reverendus Pater, I felt it fitting to post such a thing after seeing you challenge the ghostly ones signature, when it's been there for the past couple of months.
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 The Catholic Legate | Dialogues   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-08-08)
While the correctness of those quotes is not is question, their import is, since none of them support the proposition of Petrine supremacy as a received fact.
This lack of support for a received fact of Petrine supremacy denies its existence, for in order for it to be passed on as the RCC claims, it MUST have been made clear to the immediate recipients, and they would have recorded that fact.
Anyone remotely interested in whether Peter’s authority was unquestioned need only peruse the EXPLICIT writings of the early Fathers testifying to this RECEIVED tradition, not to mention the substantial amount historical, ecclesiological controversies settled by the See of Rome.
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 The Supremacy of Christ - TheologyWeb Campus
18And he is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy.
Jaltus isn't here right now, but if you leave your name and number and a brief message, he still won't be here.
Jhn 1,40ff: a dim view of Petrine supremacy
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 on the Fathers
Yet our apologist friend has found his way clear to try to obscure this simple message by means of trickery and outright deceit.
So while Irenaeus does say in his Against Heresies that all churches must agree with the Roman church for various practical reasons, he obviously didn't believe in a papacy, and he didn't believe in an absolute Roman or papal supremacy.
As his letter to Victor proves, Irenaeus believed that the Roman church could err, and did not have to be followed by other churches.
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 PlanetPapers - The Progression of Christianity. From the Apostolic era - the Lutheran Reformation
Such ideas require faith to take a back seat to works and tradition.
It was not until the first Century, after all of the Apostles and others who had been in direct contact with Christ were dead, that many Churches developed a hierarchical organisation.(Huxley, p52) From here the concept of Apostolic Succession, and Petrine Supremacy, was established.
There was a turn from the Apostolic Christianity of love, equality and worship of God, to a Christianity that preached that man was never fully forgiven his sins and needed to work to reduce the punishments he would receive in the afterlife.
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 Catholic World News : No compromise with Vatican, SSPX leader says
Posted by: benedictusoblatus - Feb. 09, 2006 10:44 AM ET USA
a "canonically irregular status" is not equivalent to "excommunicated." The Orthodox were excommunicated for, among other things, denying the Petrine supremacy in the Church.
He chose, for grave reasons (in his opinion), to disobey the Holy Father.
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