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by George Perry Rutledge
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Center-Shots at Rome. A Series of Lectures on Catholicism; Stenographically Reported. But while I believe there are Chris tian Catholics, I further believe - and shall prove - that they are the most deplorably hoodwinked people on earth. by George P. Rutledge. Therefore, I am not here to speak against Roman Catholics, but against Roman Catholicism - the widest spread, most arrogant, and diabolical system of evil that touches the lives of nations.
Title: Center-shots at Rome: A Series of Lectures on Catholicism.
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Center-shots at Rome; a series of lectures on Catholicism, (Cincinnati, The Standard publishing company, ), by George Perry Rutledge (page images at HathiTrust). Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
George Tyrrell SJ (6 February 1861 – 15 July 1909) was an Irish Jesuit priest (until his expulsion from the Society) and a modernist theologian and scholar
George Tyrrell SJ (6 February 1861 – 15 July 1909) was an Irish Jesuit priest (until his expulsion from the Society) and a modernist theologian and scholar. His attempts to evolve and adapt Catholic theology in the context of modern ideas made him a key figure in the modernist controversy within the Roman Catholic Church in the late 19th century. Tyrrell was born on 6 February 1861 in Dublin, Ireland. His father, a journalist, died shortly before Tyrrell was born.
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