Mons Sweeley has investigated and left no stone unturned to get to the roots of the beginnings and the subsequent moving down through the centuries of this question of Apostolic succession, and how (if at all) female lines have any affect on the succession. I am rather doubtful that there is any question that could be asked on this subject that Mons Sweeley's book will not touch on, for such is the depth of his investigation and research. Any man, and especially any woman having doubt about succession will find this informative and will relieve any doubts to their mind about the genuine lines within the Church of Antioch. Nothing is doctored or twisted up to give an impression in any direction. The facts are presented openly and honestly, and then you decide for yourself. This is always the approach by Mons Sweeley to refrain from forcing his personal opinions upon any person. Truly a book full of little known facts about Apostolic information.
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