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CHAPTER VI:
RISE OF THE PAPACY

Footnotes

[105:1] Quoted in the Delineation of Roman Catholicism, by the Rev. Charles Elliott, D.D., p. 77; 1851.

[105:2] Gibbon. chap. xxv.

[106:3] Gibbon, chap. xlvii. Milman, Latin Christianity, Book II, chap. iv.

[106:4] H. C. Lea, Studies in Church History, p. 283.

[106:5] Jortin, vol. ii., p. 429.

[106:6] Vol. I., p. 342.

[106:7] Matt. 16:18, a passage which Dr. Pfleiderer unhesitatingly sets down as a forgery.

[107:8] Draper, vol. i., p. 342.

[107:9] Draper, vol. i., p. 342; Gibbon, chap. xxxix.

[107:1] McClintock and Strong's Encyclopaedia. Article "Papacy."

[108:2] Chap. vi., 148, vol. i., E. F. Taylor's translation, 1877.

[108:3] Waddington, p. 126.

[108:4] Religion and Philosophy in Germany, p. 22.

[109:5] Draper vol. i., p. 297.

[109:6] The History of Romish Treasons, by H. Foulis, p. 114.   Gibbon, chap. xlv.  Riddle's History of the Papacy, vol. i., p. 225.

[109:7] Latin Christianity, vol. ii., p. 143.

[110:8] Foulis, p. 115.

[110:9] Mosheim, vol. ii., p. 136.

[110:1] Lea, Studies of Church History, pp. 380, 381.

[111:2] Lea, p. 403.

[111:3] Riddle, History of the Papacy, vol. ii., pp. 83, 84.

[111:4] That detestable scoundrel, Theophilus of Alexandria, excommunicated the learned Origen for heresy long after he was dead.

[111:5] Lea, p. 170.

[112:6] Lea, pp. 176-184.

[112:7] The Papal Power (From the French, Dublin, 1825), vol. i., p. 57.

[112:8] Giesseler, vol. i., p. 547.

[113:9] History of Latin Christianity, vol. ii, p. 356.

[114:1] McClintock and Strong's Cyclopaedia, article, "Papacy."

[114:2] A. O. Legge, The Temporal Power of the Papacy, p. 25, 1870.

[115:3] J. W. De Forest, "The Growth of Giant Pope," Galaxy, January, 1873.

[115:4] "Ah Constantine, to how much ill gave birth,/Not thy conversion, but those rich domains/That the first wealthy Pope received of thee!"

[117:5] Lea, Studies of Church History, p. 160.

[117:6] Lea, Studies of Church History, pp. 159-164.

[118:7] Growth of the Temporal Power of the Papacy, p. 31.

[118:8] Europe During the Middle Ages, vol. ii., p. 171.

[118:9] Riddle, History of the Papacy, vol. ii., p. 63.

[118:1] Ibid, p. 65.

[119:2] Lea, Sacerdotal Celibacy.

[120:3] J. W. De Forest.  Gregory VII.  Galaxy, November 1872.

[120:4] Prof. Jas. Bryce, The Holy Roman Empire, p. 161.

[121:5] "Minor Deo sed major homine." Migne, Patroligie, tom. 217, p. 658.
 


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