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Published on May 14, 2012
Based upon standard Roman Catholic Theology, particularly that which pertains to the establishment and authority of Christ's own Church, as documented in the standard Theological handbook, Dogmatic Theology, Volume 2, Christ's Church, by Msgr. G. Van Noort Part 1: General Introduction to the series and the book, Dogmatic Theology. (Griff comments: This series is motivated by a desire to rout heretical denials of Church authority. The method is to go through a known and generally accepted standard theological manual about ecclesiology, namely that by Msgr. G. Van Noort. The book itself is discussed, flyspeck faults noted: 1) Description of the bishops as a "college" instead of "body" at all places even for those times even when not -- this is a nuance the author has explicitly declined to explore. 2) Mention of Liberalism as having a "good name" that could be besmirched by a person's bad conduct -- can't be the liberalism which is a sin, but not clear what other liberalism might be meant, possible flaw of the translators/updaters or someone's senior moment. 3) Use of occasional heretical authors such as John Courtney Murray or Jacques Maritain as source quotes -- only used for used in support of particular points themselves valid. These documented faults noted, the book is otherwise to be taken as authoritative.) Note: Comments intended for the series as a whole as well as for this Part alone please affix to this Part; comments intended to refer to any other particular part please affix to the indivual part to which it most pertains.