and the Rock of Peter
Pictures of Caesarea Philippi and an explanation of the theological
significance of the huge rock there that Christ compared to Peter, the real
In Isaiah 22
This article seeks to get past the "either Christ or
Peter" objection of Protestants and around some
Protestant prejudice against the true meaning of the keys. It
starts with the Old Testament and explains who is the "master of
the palace" and thereby the meaning of the keys, and only after
that goes into the subject of the Papacy. By first explaining
the relationship between King Hezekiah and his chief minister Eliakim in
Old Testament, the ground work is laid for the proper understanding of
the relationship between Christ and St. Peter.
Pope Paul VI in Humanae Vitae
His dire predictions of what would happen if Christians rejected the ancient
moral and Biblical tradition have come true and this has wrecked many marriages
and many lives for those who have disobeyed as well as for those whose
responsibility it was to teach this sacred truth, but who have failed to do so.
Questions About The Papacy
Short Question and Answer format to many objections to the
External links below:
From Saint Peter
to John Paul II A list of names of the Popes, the
Bishops of Rome, biography, writings, etc.
and the Papacy by Karl Keating
50 New Testament Proofs
For Petrine Primacy And The Papacy by Dave Armstrong
See how the early writers and believers in the Church knew that Peter
was made a Rock and foundation for the Church by Christ working in and
through Saint Peter.
Keating's list of articles on what the Fathers taught, designated
with an (F).
Eastern Church Fathers Defend the Petrine Primacy and the Papacy!
by Antoine Valentim
of Rome assume authority over the whole Church in a matter of
fact manner without the need to defend that assumption by Joseph A. Gallegos.
Therefore, that authority must have been recognized as legitimate by the
other Bishops around the world.
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