History of the Papacy (By universal consent, pronounced to be the first work of its class.) James Aitken Wylie

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History of the Papacy (By universal consent, pronounced to be the first work of its class.) by James Aitken Wylie
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All four books in one volume with a linked Table of Contents.The Papacy, next to Christianity, is the great FACT of the modern world. Of the two, the former, unhappily, has proved in some respects the more powerful spring in human affairs, and hasMoreAll four books in one volume with a linked Table of Contents.The Papacy, next to Christianity, is the great FACT of the modern world. Of the two, the former, unhappily, has proved in some respects the more powerful spring in human affairs, and has acted the more public part on the stage of the world.

Fully to trace the rise and development of this stupendous system were to write a history of Western Europe. The decay of empires,--the extinction of religious systems,--the dissolution and renewal of society,--the rise of new States,--the change of manners, customs, and laws,--the policy of courts,--the wars of kings,--the decay and revival of letters, of philosophy and of arts,--all connect themselves with the history of the Papacy, to whose growth they ministered, and whose destiny they helped to unfold.

On so wide a field of investigation, neither our time, nor our limits permit us to enter. Let it suffice that we indicate, in general terms, the main causes that contributed to the rise of this tremendous power, and the successive stages that marked the course of its portentous development.Table of ContentsBOOK ONE - HISTORY OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER I -ORIGIN OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER II - RISE AND PROGRESS OF ECCLESIASTICAL SUPREMACY.CHAPTER III - RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE TEMPORAL SOVEREIGNTY.CHAPTER IV - RISE AND PROGRESS OF THE TEMPORAL SUPREMACY.CHAPTER V - FOUNDATION AND EXTENT OF THE SUPREMACY, THE CARDINALS OATH.CHAPTER VI - THE CANON LAWCHAPTER VII - THAT THE CHURCH OF ROME NEITHER HAS NOR CAN CHANGE HER PRINCIPLES ON THE HEAD OF THE SUPREMACY.BOOK TWO - DOGMAS OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER I - THE POPISH THEOLOGYCHAPTER II - SCRIPTURE AND TRADITION.

DOGMAS OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER III - OF READING THE SCRIPTURES.CHAPTER IV - UNITY OF THE CHURCH OF ROMECHAPTER V - CATHOLICITY OF THE CHURCH OF ROMECHAPTER VI - APOSTOLICITY, OR PETERS PRIMACY.CHAPTER VII - INFALLIBILITYCHAPTER VIII - NO SALVATION OUT OF THE CHURCH OF ROMECHAPTER IX - OF ORIGINAL SIN.CHAPTER X - OF JUSTIFICATIONCHAPTER XI - THE SACRAMENTSCHAPTER XII - BAPTISM AND CONFIRMATIONCHAPTER XIII - THE EUCHARIST--TRANSUBSTANTIATION--THE MASS, DOGMAS OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER XIV - OF PENANCE AND CONFESSION.CHAPTER XV -OF INDULGENCESCHAPTER XVI - OF PURGATORYCHAPTER XVII - OF THE WORSHIP OF IMAGESCHAPTER XVIII - OF THE WORSHIPPING OF SAINTSCHAPTER XIX - THE WORSHIP OF THE VIRGIN MARYCHAPTER XX - FAITH NOT TO BE KEPT WITH HERETICSBOOK THREE - GENIUS AND INFLUENCE OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER I - GENIUS OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER II - INFLUENCE OF POPERY ON THE INDIVIDUAL MANCHAPTER III - INFLUENCE OF POPERY ON GOVERNMENTCHAPTER IV - INFLUENCE OF POPERY ON THE MORALS AND RELIGIOUS CONDITION OF NATIONSCHAPTER V - INFLUENCE OF POPERY ON THE SOCIAL AND POLITICAL CONDITION OF NATIONS.BOOK FOUR - PRESENT POLICY AND PROSPECTS OF THE PAPACYCHAPTER I - SHAM REFORM AND REAL RE-ACTION.CHAPTER II - NEW CATHOLIC LEAGUE, AND THREATENED CRUSADE AGAINST PROTESTANTISMCHAPTER III - GENERAL PROPAGANDISMCHAPTER IV - PROSPECTS OF THE PAPACY



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