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The see of Peter,

Author: James T Shotwell; Louise Ropes Loomis
Publisher: New York, Columbia University Press, 1927.
Series: Records of civilization, sources and studies.
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A documentary study containing extracts of essential texts relating to the history of the rise of the papacy - General introd.
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Genre/Form: History
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Shotwell, James Thomson, 1874-1965.
See of Peter.
New York, Columbia University Press, 1927
(OCoLC)614952967
Named Person: Peter, the Apostle Saint.; Peter, the Apostle Saint.
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James T Shotwell; Louise Ropes Loomis
OCLC Number: 1419968
Notes: A documentary study containing extracts of essential texts relating to the history of the rise of the papacy.-cf. General introd.
Description: xxvi, 737 pages ; 23 cm.
Contents: Book I: The Petrine tradition --
Part I: New Testament texts --
1. Jesus and Peter --
2. Peter and the other apostles --
3. Peter in Rome and the founding of the Roman church --
Part II: The tradition accepted as historical --
1. Peter the preacher at Rome --
2. Peter the Roman martyr --
3. Peter the founder of the Roman episcopate --
Part III: The apocryphal tradition --
1. Beginnings of the Simon Magus legend --
2. The legend of Peter and Simon --
3. References to the Petrine legend in third century literature --
4. Development of the Petrine legend during the third century --
5. Developments of the legend during the fourth and fith centuries --
6. References to the Petrine legend by the fathers of the fourth and fifth centuries --
7. Later elaborations of the legend --
8. Relics in evidence of the legend --
Book II: The rise of the see --
Part I: The bishopric of the Roman Apostolic Church --
1. The benevolence of the Roman church --
2. The tradition of the Roman church --
3. The authority of the Roman church --
Part II: The claim to the power of Peter --
1. The assertion of the claim --
2. The case of Origen --
3. The cooperation of Rome and Carthage --
4. The reassertion of the claim --
5. The growth of jurisdiction --
6. The obscure period --
Part III: The supreme bishopric of the universal church --
1. Miltiades (311-314) --
2. Silvester (314-335) --
The Donatists and the Council of Arles --
The Arian question and the Council of Nicaea --
3. Julius I (337-352) --
The appeal of Athanasius to Rome --
The Council of Sardica and the schism over the jurisdiction of Rome --
The triumph of Rome --
4. Liberius (352-366) --
The coming of persecution --
The banishment of Liberius --
The protest against imperial interference in the church --
The apostasy of Liberius --
The orthodox faith of Peter --
The return of Liberius to orthodox leadership --
5. Damasus (366-384) --
The dispute over Liberius' successor --
The Eastern appeal for Western help --
The Eastern faith in Peter --
The imperial confirmation of Roman jurisdiction --
The faith of Rome prescribed as the standard for the East --
The Council of Constantinople and the revival of Eastern separatism --
The rule of Damasus in the West --
Appendix I: Siricius, decretal to Himerius of Tarragona --
Appendix II: The Liberian Catologue.
Series Title: Records of civilization, sources and studies.
Responsibility: by James T. Shotwell and Louise Ropes Loomis.

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A documentary study containing extracts of essential texts relating to the history of the rise of the papacy - General introd.

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