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HISTORY of Christian Theology

The term comes from the Latin word sedes, for “seat,” and refers to the location of a bishop’s office and authority. Literally, where the bishop sits in judgment or officiates. The see of Rome, also referred to as the Apostolic see, refers to the papacy because according to Roman Catholic tradition, the first pope or bishop of Rome was the apostle Peter. See cathedra.

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