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Papal Infallibility

Terry J. Tekippe

Papal Infallibility

An Application of Lonergan"s Theological Method

by Terry J. Tekippe

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Published by University Press of America .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Theology,
  • Popes,
  • Lonergan, Bernard J. F.,
  • Religion - Christian Life,
  • Methodology,
  • Leadership,
  • Non-Classifiable,
  • Lonergan, Bernard J. F,
  • Infallibility,
  • Method in theology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages416
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL8084921M
    ISBN 100819129968
    ISBN 109780819129963

    3 observation does not establish the truth of papal infallibility, it does show that the historical argument against infallibility is weak. The rejection of papal infallibility by . Nov 21,  · Just pointing out that papal infallibility (the Catholic dogma) looks perfectly interchangeable with (and indistinguishable from) papal fallibility as illustrated with examples in this blog post. When people serving certain offices prove themselves fallible, we Author: Edward Feser.

    Origins of papal infallibility, - ; a study on the concepts of infallibility, sovereignty and tradition in the Middle Ages. Brian Tierney. Brill Archive, - Civilization, Medieval - pages. 0 Reviews. Preview this book. Jan 21,  · I’m glad to hear you had a chance to read the book!! I agree that there is nothing in the book like an argument for Papal Infallibility, especially as precisely defined at Vatican I. It is closer to what you mentioned about the charism of bishops, but perhaps even more the .

    In the nineteenth century, the foundations upon which the Catholic Church had rested for centuries were shaken were shaken by liberalism. At the Vatican Council of , the church made a dramatic effort to set things right by defining the doctrine of papal infallibility. As a result, the church became more pope-centered than ever before. An exercise of papal infallibility (as well as that of a general council) is a mode of the Church’s infallibility that is extraordinary, meaning rare and only under certain conditions. This aspect of infallibility is not the normal mode upon which the faith of an individual Catholic rests. Rather, the Tradition itself is the ordinary mode of.


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Jan 25,  · First major book-length study on this subject written by a Protestant in more than a century. The dogma of papal infallibility has become increasingly problematic for Roman Catholics, and it is a major point of division in Christian ecumenical dialogue -- arguably the key issue separating Catholics and other Christians today.5/5(1).

First Vatican Council, –70, the 20th ecumenical council of the Roman Catholic Church (see council, ecumenical), renowned chiefly for its enunciation of the doctrine of papal infallibility. Convening and Meetings The council was convened by Pope Pius IX, who announced his intention in Because of the Italian political situation (the Papal States were the only bar to a united Italy.

Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. Origins of Papal Infallibility, A Study on the Concepts of Infallibility, Sovereignty and Tradition in the Middle Ages (Studies in the H). Oct 24,  · Papal infallibility definition is - the Roman Catholic doctrine that the pope cannot err when speaking ex cathedra in defining a doctrine of Christian faith or morals.

the Roman Catholic doctrine that the pope cannot err when speaking ex cathedra in defining a. Papal Infallibility () by Powell discusses Tierney's opinion and Powell wrote: Tierney's historical presentation is intended to serve as a critique of the contemporary doctrine.

However, he notes that within a half- century of Olivi's proposal, Bishop Guido Terreni presented a doctrine of papal infallibility more like the one adopted at. Papal infallibility doesn’t mean that the pope can’t make any mistakes.

He’s not infallible in scientific, historical, political, philosophical, geographic, or any other matters —. Jan 10,  · Papal infallibility, in Roman Catholic theology, the doctrine that the pope, acting as supreme teacher and under certain conditions, cannot err when he teaches in matters of faith or morals.

Learn more about the doctrine of papal infallibility in this article. Dec 13,  · bii-va.com - Find out what everyone's talking about and check out the book that explains it all: "The Bad Catholic's Guide to the Catechism.".

Papal infallibility developed (i.e., became more fully understood in its detail) just as all Christian doctrines do. Francis de Sales, and his book, The Catholic Controversy, completed in.

The man who fought papal infallibility. authority codified in the decree on primacy and infallibility. I strongly recommend this book for anybody interested in Catholicism’s struggle with. Book review of Papal Monarchy by Dom Prosper Guéranger, showing the importance of and limits of papal infallbility, defending papal infallibility.

Book reviews. Papal Infallibility: Historic-Doctrinal Context. First major book-length study on this subject written by a Protestant in more than a century.

The dogma of papal infallibility has become increasingly problematic for Roman Catholics, and it is a major point of division in Christian ecumenical dialogue -- arguably the key issue separating Catholics and other Christians today/5.

Dec 22,  · In his Protestant evaluation of the ecumenical issue of papal infallibility, Mark E. Powell rejects Tierney's theory about 13th-century Olivi, saying that the doctrine of papal infallibility defined at Vatican I had its origins in the 14th century – he refers in particular to Bishop Guido Terreni – and was itself part of a long development.

Papal Infallibility by Sebastian R. Fama The issue of Papal Infallibility evokes strong reactions from those who oppose it.

This is usually due to a misunderstanding of what the Church means by “Papal Infallibility.” The most common misconception is that the Church claims that the pope himself is.

Origins of Papal Infallibility, book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. 'Tierney's handling of the canonical and theolog 4/5. Jul 13,  · Benedict reinforced the point when he published his book of the last century and a half complaining that the outside world has an inflated concept of what papal infallibility actually means.

Conditions for papal infallibility Edit. Statements by a pope that exercise papal infallibility are referred to as solemn papal definitions or ex cathedra teachings. These should not be confused with teachings that are infallible because of a solemn definition by an ecumenical council, or with teachings that are infallible in virtue of being taught by the ordinary and universal magisterium.

Papal Infallibility: Whatever He Says. By Dan Byron neither record exists. The Book of Revelation speaks about the victory over death that would seem to refer to it as well. CATHOLIC STAND is an e-publication presenting essays and creative non-fiction, Author: Dan Byron. Note: Citations are based on reference standards.

However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study. The specific requirements or preferences of your reviewing publisher, classroom teacher, institution or organization should be applied. Aug 01,  · Papal Infallibility: A Protestant Evaluation of an Ecumenical Issue by Mark E.

Powell Eerdmans, pages, $ Everyone, popes included, ad­mits that the Catholic doctrine of papal infallibility represents a major stumbling block to ecumenical relations. New Book Highlights Conditions of Papal Infallibility, Errors in Magisterial Documents and Asks: Can the Catholic Laity Resist?Nov 04,  · Papal Infallibility And its limitations.

By Robert J. Siscoe. Papal Infallibility was defined as a dogma of the Faith, in the yearduring the First Vatican Council. While most people have heard of this dogma, few understand its true meaning and limitations.Jan 25,  · The Doctrine of Papal Infallibility teaches that the Pope, when he teaches on matters that concern faith or morals to the whole Church with the intent that the faithful follow the opinion, is teaching infallibly.

One of the biggest practical problems with this doctrine is the issue of earlier Popes contradicting later Popes. Whenever this occurs, the.