Documents Illustrating Papal Authority, A.D. 96-454

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents vii
  • Introduction xv
  • Abbreviation and Signs xix
  • Editor's Note xxi
  • Chapter I - The Apostolic Fathers 1
  • Chapter II - Irenaeus 6
  • Chapter III - The Dispute About Easter A.D. 190 14
  • Chapter IV - Tertullian 20
  • Chapter V - Visitors to Rome 29
  • Chapter VI - Two Anti-Popes Hippolytus and Novatian 33
  • Chapter VII - Origen 44
  • Chapter VIII - Cyprian 49
  • Chapter IX - Baptism by Heretics 67
  • Chapter X - A.D. 260 to 314 80
  • Chapter XI - Arian Troubles 92
  • Chapter XII - The Time of Pope Damasus 117
  • Chapter XIII - Meletius 132
  • Chapter XIV - The Time of Pope Siricius 142
  • Chapter XV - Jerome 148
  • Chapter XVI - John Chrysostom 162
  • Chapter XVII - Augustine 173
  • Chapter XVIII - Pope Innocent I 194
  • Chapter XIX - Pope Zosimus 205
  • Chapter XX - Apiarius and Antony 224
  • Chapter XXI - The Council of Ephesus, 431 238
  • Chapter XXII - The Time of Pope Sixtus III 257
  • Chapter XXIII - Vincent of Lerins 270
  • Chapter XXIV - Leo the Great 279
  • Chapter XXV - The Council of Chalcedon 297
  • Chapter XXVI - Leo After Chalcedon 322
  • Index of Documents 331
  • Index of Scripture References In the Documents 335
  • Chronological Index of The Bishops of Rome 337
  • General Index 338
  • Index 340
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