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Under what authority does the Pope reign over the Roman Catholic Church? What are the ecclesiastical and theological underpinnings of the papacy? How did early Christians view the authority of the Roman bishop?

Dr. Brattston answers these questions by examining Biblical and early Christian sources from the first three centuries of the Church. Wherever you stand on the issue, you will be informed, enlightened, and challenged by the evidence presented.

The book features a Foreword written by Dr. Thomas P. Scheck, Associate Professor of Theology at Ave Maria University.

 

About the Author

Dr. David W. T. Brattston resides in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  He holds degrees from three universities, and his articles on early and contemporary Christianity have been published by a wide variety of denominations in every major English-speaking country.  He is also the author of the four-volume Traditional Christian Ethics, Pascha: Easter or Passover or Both? A Defense of Traditional Easter, and Christian Peace Principles.  Some of his work has been published in Roman Catholic magazines and websites in Canada, the United States, Great Britain, Australia, South Africa, and Japan.

Under what authority does the Pope reign over the Roman Catholic Church? What are the ecclesiastical and theological underpinnings of the papacy? How did early Christians view the authority of the Roman bishop?

Dr. Brattston answers these questions by examining Biblical and early Christian sources from the first three centuries of the Church. Wherever you stand on the issue, you will be informed, enlightened, and challenged by the evidence presented.

The book features a Foreword written by Dr. Thomas P. Scheck, Associate Professor of Theology at Ave Maria University.

 

About the Author

Dr. David W. T. Brattston resides in Lunenburg, Nova Scotia, Canada, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.  He holds degrees from three universities, and his articles on early and contemporary Christianity have been published by a wide variety of denominations in every major English-speaking country.  He is also the author of the four-volume Traditional Christian Ethics, Pascha: Easter or Passover or Both? A Defense of Traditional Easter, and Christian Peace Principles.  Some of his work has been published in Roman Catholic magazines and websites in Canada, the United States, Great Britain, Australia, South Africa, and Japan.


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