Has anyone of you seen this refutation by a William Webster? It sounds pretty good because it seems to throw quite a lot of sources and even states that a couple of Popes slamed it as heretical in the 5 and 6th centuries. One was by Pope Gelasius between 494 to 496 A.D in the degree - in Decretum de Libris Canonicis Ecclesiasticus et Apocryphis
The entire decree and its condemnation was reaffirmed by Pope Hormisdas around A.D. 520
He asserts that these facts prove that the early Church viewed the assumption teaching, not as a legitimate expression of the pious belief of the faithful but as a heresy worthy of condemnation.
How would you make an answer to that?