An Ecclesiastical History to the Twentieth Year of the Reign of Constantine, Being the 324th of the Christian Aera

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THE HIstory BOOK I Pages 3370
33
Chap
35
The name Jesus as also that of Christ was both known
42
The times of our Saviours manifestation among men
49
Herods cruelty against the infants and his wretched
57
The high priests of the Jews under whom Christ pro
63
THE HIstory BOOK II Pages 71106
71
Caius Caligula after the death of Tiberius appoints
77
Herod Agrippa persecuting the Apostles immediately experienced the divine judgment
82
XIX
83
Concerning the impostor Theudas and his followers
84
Helen queen of the Osrhoenians
85
The preaching of Peter in the city of Rome
87
The Gospel according to Mark
88
Mark first proclaimed Christianity to the inhabitants of
89
The books of Philo that have come down to us
94
The calamity which befel the Jews at Jerusalem on the day of the Passover
96
The Egyptian mentioned in The Acts of the Apostles
97
Paul being sent prisoner from Judea to Rome after his defence and being absolved from all crime
98
The martyrdom of James who was called the brother of the Lord
99
Annianus was appointed the first bishop of Alexandria after Mark
103
The persecution under Nero in which Paul and Peter were honoured with martyrdom in the cause of religion at Rome
104
The Jews were afflicted with innumerable evils and finally commenced a war with the Romans
105
THE HIsTony BOOK III Pages 106153
106
Of the Epistles of the Apostles
107
The first successors of the Apostles
108
The last siege of the Jews after Christ
110
The awful famine which oppressed the Jews
111
The predictions of Christ
117
The signs that preceded the war
119
Of Josephus and the works he has left
121
The manner in which Josephus mentions the Holy Scrip tures
122
Simeon ruled the church of Jerusalem after James
124
Avilius the second bishop of Alexandria
125
The persecution of the Christians under Domitian
126
Domitian commands the posterity of David to be slain
127
Cerdon the third bishop of Alexandria
128
Ignatius the second bishop of Antioch
129
The order of the Gospels
132
The sacred Scriptures acknowledged as genuine and of those that are not genuine
135
Menander the impostor
136
The heresy of the Ebionites
137
Cerinthus the Heresiarch
138
Nicolaus and his followers
139
The apostles that lived in marriage
140
The death of John and Philip
141
The martyrdom of Simeon bishop of Jerusalem
142
Chap XXXII
143
Trajan forbids the Christians to be sought after Chap XXXIV Euarestus the fourth bishop of the church at Rome
145
Those who were considered leaders in false doctrine at this time
157
The ecclesiastical writers then flourishing
160
The epistle of Adrian forbidding the Christians to be punished without trial
162
The bishops of Rome and Alexandria in the reign of An tonine
163
The Apology of Justin addressed to Antoninus
165
The epistle of Antonine to the assembly of Asia respect ing our doctrine
166
Circumstances related of Polycarp an apostolic man
167
How Justin the philosopher suffered martyrdom assert
177
The martyrs mentioned by Justin in his Books
179
ing the doctrine of Christ
180
The books of Justin that have come down to us
181
Those that presided over the churches of Rome and Alexandria in the reign of Verus
183
Of Dionysius bishop of Corinth and his epistles
185
Of Theophilus bishop of Antioch
188
Of Melito and the circumstances he records
189
Of Apollinaris bishop of Hierapolis
192
THE HIStory BOOK W Pages 194245
194
The vision that appeared to Attalus the martyr in
210
XII
219
The false prophets of the Phrygians
222
THE HISTORY BOOK WIII
223
Apollonius also refutes the Phrygian heresy and those
228
The writings of Irenaeus against the schismatics at Rome
234
The bishops that flourished at this time
240
The works of Hippolytus that have reached us
271
Of Africanus and his works
281
THE HIstory BOOK VII Pages 300346
300
Pages 346378
346
The Egyptians that suffered at Phoenice
356
The destructive events in Phrygia
362
The morals of the persecutors
369
The revocation of the Emperors
375
Chap III
381
Chap
387
The martyrs Theodosia Domninus and Auxentius
389
Chap IX
395
Petrus Ascetes Asclepius the Marcionite and other
397
Chap XII
405
The subsequent reverse
412
The events that occurred after these famine pestilence
419
The victory of the pious Emperors
427
CHAPTER I
434
Copies of the imperial decrees of Constantine and Licinius
458
Chap V
459
Of the property belonging to the Christians and
464
The victory of Constantine and the blessings which under
470
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