ecclesiastical history of M. l"abbé Fleury from the Second Ecumenical Council to the end of the fourth century : translated with notes and an essay on the miracles of the period. by Fleury, Claude

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L'Abbé Fleury. His acceptance now of the postapostolic miracles that he had rejected in the earlier essay simply reflects the development of his own ecclesiology from a Protestant to a Catholic sense of the supernatural.

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