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Magisterial Authority ❴Ebook❵ ➠ Magisterial Authority Author Chad A. Ripperger – Buyprobolan50.co.uk A reprint of three articles from Christian Order addressing the nature and limits of Magisterial Authority The Book also contains principles in relation to judging contradictory magisterial statements A reprint of three articles from Christian Order addressing the nature and limits of Magisterial Authority The Book also contains principles in relation to judging contradictory magisterial statements as well as how one should approach an erring magisterial member.


7 thoughts on “Magisterial Authority

  1. Michael G. Michael G. says:

    A nice companion to Fr Ripperger's book The Binding Force of Tradition I assign this text for my undergraduate Ecclesiology course and for my MA Fundamental Theology course Concise and precise summary of the Divine origin of the magisterial office and the nature and limits of infallibility; principles for resolving apparent or real inconsistencies between two or magisterial teachings Readable for the layman Helpful for students of theology A refresher for theologians


  2. Andy Weiss Andy Weiss says:

    Thorough and completeI read this book in tandem with his one on tradition They both enlighten the other What I particularly liked about this book is the addressing of the different levels of adherence in the different levels of teaching and how many of them have to be accepted presuming they accord with the rest of tradition


  3. Kristina Catherine Kristina Catherine says:

    Overall this was helpful but I'm disappointed in the answer


  4. Haremare Haremare says:

    short concise and to the point Explains papal infallibility well Any Catholic who is scandalized by the Pope should read this


  5. Zac Mabry Zac Mabry says:

    Very helpful book with excellent citations I recommend this to people constantly


  6. Vagabond of Letters, DLitt Vagabond of Letters, DLitt says:

    12


  7. Adam Pittman Adam Pittman says:

    This book is a good summary view of the Magisterium and infallibility comprehensive and understandable yet short enough to be read in around an hour I expect it would also work well to review andor prepare for reading Fr Ripperger's similar book The Binding Force of Tradition There are a couple of formatting errors presumably from the process of taking the original article and turning it into this printed work Overall an excellent book


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