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The Invention of Peter: Apostolic Discourse and Papal Authority in Late Antiquity - George E. Demacopoulos


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The Invention of Peter: Apostolic Discourse and Papal Authority in Late Antiquity - George E. Demacopoulos


By emphasizing the ways the Bishops of Rome first leveraged the cult of St. Peter to their advantage, George E. Demacopoulos constructs an alternate account of papal history that challenges the dom