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Was Peter In Rome? - Single

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Was Peter In Rome?

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Like other Protestants, Fundamentalists say Christ never appointed Peter as the earthly head for the simple reason that the Church has no earthly head and was never meant to have one. Christ is the Church’s only foundation, in any possible sense of that term.

A key premise of their argument is the assertion that Peter was never in Rome.

It follows that if Peter were never in Rome, he could not have been Rome’s first bishop and so could not have had any successors in that office. How can Catholics talk about the divine origin of the papacy, Fundamentalists argue, when their claim about Peter’s whereabouts is wrong?

This tract refutes Fundamentalist claims that Peter was never in Rome using evidence from Scripture, the writings of the Early Church Fathers and archaeology.

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