The Dominicans and the Pope: Papal Teaching Authority in the Medieval and Early Modern Thomist Tradition

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"Based on a lifetime of research and writing, these three lectures of Father Ulrich Horst, O.P., provide a masterful overview with copious references of the predominant, official, and evolving positions of the Dominicans on the teaching authority of the pope. While always supportive of the jurisdictional primacy of the papacy upon which their own faculties to preach, teach, and render pastoral care depended, Dominican theologians beginning with Thomas Aquinas initially held that the Roman Church, rather than the pope ...

The Dominicans and the Pope: Papal Teaching Authority in the Medieval and Early Modern Thomist Tradition 2006, University of Notre Dame Press

ISBN-13: 9780268030773

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