London: Burns and Oates, 1879. Item #16380
Unbound pamphlet in vinyl sleeve; FINE copy of text, which is free and clear of any marking, stain, or foxing, and housed in a mylar sleeve. Honorius (seventh century) was condemned as a heretic by the Sixth Council -- a charge of Monotheism (similar to the Monophysite heresy which tended to deny the human nature of Christ) being the chief reason. He also appears to have been cautious in defending the Trinity against the "singular Power" idea. A thousand years later, he was the center of a controversy over Papal Infallibility. 65 pages. Octavo.