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Title: The Purpose of the Papacy

Author: John S. Vaughan

Release Date: July 8, 2005 [EBook #16242]

Language: English

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THE
PURPOSE OF THE PAPACY

BY THE RIGHT REVEREND
JOHN S. VAUGHAN, D.D.
BISHOP OF SEBASTOPOLIS

AUTHOR OF "THOUGHTS FOR ALL TIMES," "DANGERS OF THE DAY"
"LIFE AFTER DEATH," ETC., ETC.

"Let us go back to the beginning of the sixteenth century.
Either there was a Church of God then in the world, or there
was not. If there was not, then the Reformers certainly
could not create such a Church. It there was, they as
certainly had neither the right to abandon it, nor the power
to remodel it."--J.K. STONE.

London
SANDS & CO.
15 KING STREET, COVENT GARDEN
EDINBURGH: 21 HANOVER STREET

ST. LOUIS, Mo., U.S.A.: B. HERDER

1910




INTRODUCTION.


It may seem an impertinence on the present writer's part to indite a
preface to the work of a brother Bishop; and it would be a still
greater one to pretend to introduce the Author of this little book to
the reading public, to whom he is so well and so favourably known by a
stately array of preceding volumes. Nevertheless Bishop Vaughan has
been so insistent on my contributing at least a few introductory
lines, that, for old friendship's sake, I can no longer refuse.

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