``Always, Everywhere and by All''

is a phrase Dr. White often repeats, and ironically, for these were one of the most popular, and seemingly sensible, criteria urged to settle theological disputes. Namely, it was suggested that those doctrines which had been held ``always, everywhere and by all'' - at least, by all theologians - were the truly essential and immutable dogmas of the Church. Dr. White's point is that even this unanimty does not, in fact, guarantee the doctrine's truth or even sensibility.