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9 They are accused of asserting that there is no difference in the nature of things
OF LUCIAN, OR LEUCIUS.
1 Some general account of him from ancient authors, with observations thereon
Q Of the time when he lived
3 Of his opinions
4 Some observations on his notion about the souls of brutes and the resurrection of them
5 A belief in another kind of resurrection, ascribed to him by Tertullian
6 Some general account of his writings
7 Some observations on the assertion of Mr. Jones that Leucius was a Manichec
9 He was not a Docete in his opinion concerning the body of Christ
OF THE SETHIANS.
1 Some general observations concerning these Heretics, and the Ophites and Cainites
2 Epiphanius's account of the Sethians
3 They called themselves the descendants of Seth
4 They spoke of Seth in a very honourable manner
5 They ascribed the creation of the world to angels
6 They believed that Jesus Christ descended from Seth in an extraordinary way
7 By Christ who descended upon Jesus they probably meant the Holy Ghost
8 An account of what books they used
9 What scriptures they received
OF THE CAIANS, OR CAINITES.
1 Some account of the accusations brought against them, from Epiphanius and Irenæus
2 Observations tending to shew the incredibility of these accounts