In the case of Peter, his primacy was bestowed on him by Jesus. Again, a terrible translation. "And he brought him to Jesus. And when Jesus beheld him, he said, Thou art Simon the son of Jona: thou shalt be called Cephas, which is by interpretation, A stone."
Jesus said to Peter
“You are Simon son of John. You are to be called Kephas (which is translated Peter)." (Jn 1:42)
To no other apostle did Jesus give a new name
I've noticed that when Protestants argue with Catholics there is an imbalance in the rules that Protestants lay down:
If a Protestant puts forward (for example) 5 points or scriptures, the Catholic has to refute each one of them in detail.
If a Catholic puts forward 5 points or scriptures, the Protestant only has to make some sort of answer to one of them (no matter how weak) and all 5 are assumed to have been solidly refuted.
I gave you 5 examples of Jesus giving a special commission to Peter. You make a weak reply to one of them complaining it's a poor translation (when actually the KJV is the terrible one) and you think - that's it, all refuted.
RUBBISH! You haven't even started.
I've more on Peter's primacy.
Do you want to it -or will you just ignore it or just make another fatuous comment ?