Sorry for the delayed response...<quoted text>If you are gonna base your views on Church Fathers being in agreement with your church(rome); then why doesn't your church support Irenaeus and Martyr's views over premillenialism?
There is not a consensus of the Church fathers over papal supremacy and Mt 16:18. I've given many quotes. You proceeded to say something Cyril said which would conflict the other quote I gave on him. All quotes give references; so you can start there. Blessings
I honestly don't know what the church's or church father's positions are concerning premillenialism, so I can't help you there.
The intent behind my initial response was simple - if I recall correctly, you provided some quotes which you used as evidence that Cyril did not support the papacy (or was it specific to Matthew 16:18), and I showed you that Cyril did actually support the papacy. Here are Cyril's quotes again:
"Peter, the first and foremost of the apostles"
"It was marvelous enough, and yet no marvel at all, for Peter was there—he that carries about the keys of heaven" (note that this is a continuation of the quote that you give above regarding "the noble pair" of Peter and Paul)
"In the power of the same Holy Spirit, Peter, both the chief of the apostles and the keeper of the keys of the kingdom of heaven"
So are we agreed that we can take Cyril of Jerusalem off the list of those who did not support Peter's primacy?