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The Unity of the Episcopate Considered, in Reply to the Work of the REV. T. W. Allies, Entitled, the Church of England Cleared from the Charge of Schism: Upon Testimonies and Councils of Fathers of the First Six Centuries by Edward Healy Thompson

The Unity of the Episcopate Considered, in Reply to the Work of the REV. T. W. Allies, Entitled, the Church of England Cleared from the Charge of Schism: Upon Testimonies and Councils of Fathers of the First Six Centuries by Edward Healy Thompson

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Excerpt from The Unity of the Episcopate Considered, in Reply to the Work of the Rev. T. W. Allies, Entitled, the Church of England Cleared From the Charge of Schism: Upon Testimonies and Councils of Fathers of the First Six Centuries

The following pages have no pretension to be considered as a review of Mr. Allies' book, nor as an explanation in detail of those historical and other difficulties which are connected in his mind with the doctrine of the Papal Supremacy. Such objections have been answered again and again, as must be known to all who are acquainted with any Catholic treatise of dogmatic theology, or even with the controversial literature of the day. All that is here attempted is simply to state a principle, an application of which to the testimonies which Mr. A. has adduced will show the depth and consistency of the Catholic doctrine, and the weakness and insufficiency of those theories which are supposed to justify the position of the Eastern and Anglican churches.

The principle itself lies deeply at the root of one of the articles of the faith, though in its furthest developments it has not been formally comprehended within the terms of the Creed. The first chapter of what follows is intended to exhibit it in its primary form; the second to trace it to its ulterior conclusions ; the third to apply it to the solution of difficulties.

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