from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. The beliefs or tendencies attributed to the apostle Peter; according to the Tübingen school of theology, the doctrine that Christianity is a phase or development of Judaism, supposed to have been advocated by the followers of Peter: opposed to Paulinism. See Paulinism, and Tübingen school (under school).


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