The Divine Primacy of the Bishop of Rome
and Modern Eastern Orthodoxy: Letters to
a Greek Orthodox on the Unity of the Church

By JAMES LIKOUDIS

TITLE The Divine Primacy of the Bishop of Rome and Modern Eastern Orthodoxy: Letters to a Greek Orthodox on the Unity of the Church
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Despite real progress made in ecumenical relations between Catholics and Eastern Orthodox, the last few years have seen an increase in bitter attacks on Papal Supremacy and Infallibility by some Eastern Orthodox (some of them former Protestants, others former Catholics).

In this newly revised and much expanded work, (over 300 pages) "The Divine Primacy of the Bishop of Rome and Modern Eastern Orthodoxy: Lettters to a Greek Orthodox on the Unity of the Church", which includes much added material refuting the allegations and misconceptions made by a number of Eastern Orthodox polemicists and writers, James Likoudis treats in detail of Eastern Orthodox ecclesiology and replies to objections made to Catholic doctrine on the Pope's Primacy of Supremacy and Infallibility, on the Procession of the Holy Spirit, on the Filioque clause, on the Dogma of the Immaculate Conception, on Purgatory, and on the Development of Doctrine.

There is also a new treatment of Hesychasm and Palamism, uncreated energies, created grace, the Christocentric nature of the Roman Primacy, and the Church as Icon of the Holy Trinity. Also included is the 1871 treatise of German Catholicism's great champion Bishop William Emmanuel von Ketteler on the "Infallibility of the Teaching Authority of the Pope According to the Definition of the Vatican Council".

With this book the author contributes to today's Catholic-Orthodox dialogue with an eloquent demonstration of the existence of a Papal Primacy of Universal Jurisdiction in the "undivided Church of the First Millennium".


Copies of this excellent work of Apologetics dealing with Eastern Orthodoxy
objections, may be ordered by contacting the author, Mr. James Likoudis:

By Land Mail P.O. Box 852, Montour Falls, NY 14865
By E-Mail jlikoudis@cuf.org


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