The Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, John Bramhall Volume 5

The Works of the Most Reverend Father in God, John Bramhall Volume 5

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1845 edition. Excerpt: ...ii. as implying uni-versality both of care and of juris-diction, 1.153. iii. exclusively, for the only Bishop in the world, I. 254. An anti-Christian title, according to Gregory the Great, I. 32. 253; II. 134; V. 252. Inconsistent with the Pope's Patriarchal power, I. 260. Pope Boniface III. obtained the title of, from the usurping Emperor Phocas, I. 131. 158. 269; II. 305. In what sense the Protopatriarchs were so called, I. 253; II. 34. 144. See Boniface III. Pope, Gregory I. Pope, John Patriarch of Constanti-nople. Bishops, African, contentions of, with Bishops of Rome, I. 99. 106: II. 374. Letter of, to Pope Celestine, 11.374. Slighted the Council of Sar-dica, II. 374,375. 533. See Augustin, Cyprian, Bishops, British, ordained at home, I. 161; II. 526. 537. Acknowledged no subjection to the Pope, I. 162; II. 133. Rejected St. Augustin, I. 163,164.201,202; II. 133. 543. Re-fused to aid St. Augustin in conse-crating Saxon Bishops, I. 163. See Primates, British. Many English Bishops received orders from the, II. 530; V. 252; and see Bishops, English. Grounds of the conduct of, re-specting the observation of Easter, I. 130. 160; and see Church British, Churches Eastern. Orthodoxy of the, respecting the doctrine of the Tri-nity; see St. Athanasius. Some, in the Council of Aries, I. 159; III. 339. 467. And (possibly) of Sardica, II. 532. Order of prece-dence among the, at the Council of Aries, I. 159, 160. See Aristobulus, St. Dacid, Dubritius, Hismael, Luid-hardus, Ninian, Samson, Telaus., Cyprian, independent of the Patriarchs of Antioch, by a canon of the Council of Ephesus; see Council of Ephesus. Analogous privilege of the Church of England, relatively to the Bishop of Rome; see Cyprian Privilege.., English, nomination and inves-titure...
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  • Paperback | 258 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 14mm | 467g
  • English
  • Illustrations, black and white
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