Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Second Series Volume II Socrates, Sozomenus: Church Histories

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Philip Schaff
Cosimo, Inc., 2007 M06 1 - 488 páginas

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Review: Early Church Fathers: Nicene & Post-Nicene Fathers Series 1, 14 Vols.

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I purchased the whole set, but am reading through this set first and am enjoying it very much. It is going to take a while, but there is so much God Honoring truth in here it is like finding a fresh well to drink from. These men of God were so on point. I am so pleased with this investment. Leer comentario completo

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Of Maris bishop of Chalcedon Julian forbids Christians from entering literary pursuits
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Flight of Athanasius
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The emperor preparing an expedition against the Persians arrives at Antioch and being ridi culed by the inhabitants he retorts on them by a satirical p...
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Wrath of the emperor and firmness of Theodore the Confessor
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Chap XX1 The emperors invasion of Persia and death
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Refutation of what Libanius the Sophist said concerning Julian
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The bishops flock around Jovian each attempting to draw him to his own creed
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Death of the Emperor Jovian
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Chap XLOf the bishop Paphnutius
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Of Spyridon bishop of Cypriots r8 Chap XIII Of EutycMan themonk
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After the Synod on the death of Alexanders Athanasius is constituted bishop of Alexandria
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The emperors mother Helena having come to Jerusalem searches for and folds the cross of Christ and builds a church
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The Emperor Constantine abolishes Paganism and erects many churches in different places
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In what manner the nations in the interior of India were Christianized in the times of Con stantine
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In what manner the Iberians were converted to Christianity
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Of Anthony the monk
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Eusebfas bishop of Nicomedia and Theognis bishop of Nicaa having recovered confidence endeavor to subvert the Nicene Creed by plotting against ...
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Of the Synod held at Antioch which deposed Eastatfaius bishop of Antioeh on whose account a sedition broke out and almost ruined the city
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Of the presbyter who exerted himself for the recall of Arius
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Arius having returned to Alenandria with the emperors consent and not being received by Athanasius the partisans of Eusebius bring many charges a...
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On account of the charges against Athanasius the emperor convokes a Synod of bishops at Tyre
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Athanasius is found innocent of what he is accused and his accusers take to flight
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Chap XXXIILThe members of the Synod proceed from Tyre to Jerusalem and having celebrated the dedication of the New Jerusalem receive Arias a...
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The Synod not having come to the emperor the partisans of Eusebius accuse Athanasius of having threatened to divert the com supplied to Constanti...
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After the banishment of Athanasius Arius having been sent for by the emperor raises a disturbance against Alexander bishop of Constantinople
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The emperor falls sick and dies 3J Chap XL The funeral of the Emperor Constantine
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BOOK II
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Athanasius encouraged by the letter of Constantine the younger returns to Alexandria
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Alexander bishop of Constantinople when at the point of death proposes the election either of Paul or of Macedonius as his successor
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Of Eusebius of Emisa
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On the arrival of Gregory at Alexandria attended by a military escort Athanasius flees
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The people of Constantinople restore Paul to his see after the death of Eusebius while the Arians elect Macedonius
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Athanasius and Paul going to Rome and having obtained letters from Julius bishop of Rome recover their respective dioceses
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Athanasius intimidated by the emperors threats returns to Rome again
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The emperor of the West requests bis brother to send to him three persons who could give an account of the deposition of Athanasius and Paul Those...
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Of the Council at Sardica
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Defease of Eusebius Pamphili
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The Council of Sardica restores Paul and Athanasius to their seesj and on the Eastern emperors refusal to admit them the emperor of the West threate...
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and a Synod of bishops convened in that city conBrms the Nicene Creed
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Of the usurpers Magnentius and Vetranio
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I Macedonius having possessed himself of the see of Constantinople inflicts much injury on those who differ from him
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Of the Heresiarch Photinos
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Of Hosius bishop of Cordova
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Overthrow of the usurper Magnentius
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Of Aetius the Syrian teacher of Eunomius
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Of the Synod at Ariminaro and the creed there published
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Cruelty of Macedonia and tumults raised by him
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Of the Synod at Seletteia fa Isanria
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Acacius bishop of Csesarea dictates a new form of creed in the Synod at Seleucia
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On the emperors return from the West the Acacians assemble at Constantinople and confirm the creed of Ariminum after making some additions to it
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Chap XUI Or the deposition of Macedonia Eudoxius obtains the bishopric of Constantinople
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Chap XLH1 Of Eustathius bishop of Sebastia jz Chap XLIV Of Meletiua bishop of Antioch
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Of the Apollinarians and their heresy
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Successes of Julian death of the Emperor Constantius
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BOOK III
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Of the sedition excited at Alexandria and how George was slain
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The emperor indignant at the murder of George rebukes the Alexandrians by letter
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On the death of George Athanasius returns to Alexandria and takes possession of his see
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By the cooperation of Eusebius and Athanasius a Synod is held at Alexandria wherein the Trinity is declared to be consubstantial
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Quotations from Athanasius Defence of his Flight
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After the Synod of Alexandria Eusebius proceeding to Antioch finds the Catholics at variance on account of Paulinas consecration and having exerte...
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Of Hilary bishop of Poictiers
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BOOK IV
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While Valens persecutes the orthodox Christians in the East a usurper arises at Constantinople named Proeopius and at the same time an earthquake a...
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Eunomius supersedes Eleusius the Macedonian in the see of Cyzieus His origin and imi
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Of the oracle found inscribed on a stone when the walls of ChaScedon were demolished by order of the emperor Valens
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Birth of Vaientinian the Younger
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Eunomius separates from Eudoxius a disturbance is raised at Alexandria by Eudoxius and Athanasius flees into voluntary exile again but in conseque...
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Certain presbyters burnt in a ship by order of Valens Famine in Phrygia
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Slaughter of many persons by Valens on account of their names in consequence of a heathen prediction
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The deeds of some holy persons who devoted themselves to a solitajry life
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Assault upon the monks and banishment of their superiors who exhibit miraculous power
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Of Didymns the Mind man I to Chap XXVI Of Basil of Qesarea and Gregory of Nuiuus 1 to Chap XXVII Of Gregory Thaumaturgus the wonderwo...
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Damasus ordained bishop of Rome Sedition and loss of life caused by the rivalry of Ursinus
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Chap XXXI Death of Valentioian
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Gregory of Nariansus is transferred to the see of Constantinople The Emperor Theodosius falling
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Demolition of the idolatrous temples at Alexandria and the consequent conflict between
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CHAP XXIII Farther dissensions among the Arians at Constantinople The Psathyrians
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Chap If Death of Nectarius and ordination of John jjg Chap III Birth and education of John bishop of Constantinople
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Of Serapion the deacon on whose account John becomes odious to his clergy
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John draws down upon himself the displeasure of many persons of rank and power Of the eunuch Eutropius
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Two Arians and the supporters of the hmnwutian hold nocturnal assemblies and sing antiphonal hymns a species of composition ascribed to Ignatius ...
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Epiphanias bishop of Cyprus convenes a Synod to condemn the books of Origen
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Epiphanias in order to gratify Theophilus performs ordinations at Constantinople without Johns permission
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Chap XIV Epiphanias is asked to meet John on refusing he is admonished concerning his antica nonical proceedings alarmed at this he leaves Consta...
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Sedition on account of John Chrysostoms banishment He is recalled v
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Of Eudoxias silver statue On account of it John is exiled a second time
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Ordination of Arsacius as Johns successor Indisposition of Cyrinus bishop of Chalcedon
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Chap XXII Of Sisinnius bishop of the Novatians His readiness at repartee
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Death of the Emperor Arcadia?
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BOOK VII
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A paralytic Jew healed by Atticus in baptism
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The leaders of Arianism at this time
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The bishops of Antioeb and Rome at this time
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The bishops of Rome
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Conflict between the Christians and Jews at Alexandria and breach between the bishop Cyril and the prefect Orestes
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The monks of Nitria come down and raise a sedition against the prefect of Alexandria
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The jews commit another outrage upon the Christians and are punished
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Of Palladhts the courier
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Chap XXI Kind treatment of the Persian captives by Aeacius bishop of Amida
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After the death of the Emperor Honorius John usurps the sovereignty at Rome He is destroyed through the prayers of Theodosius the Younger
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Valentinian a son of CoroUntius and Plaeidia aunt of Theodosius is proclaimed emperor
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Sisinnius is chosen to succeed Attica
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Chap XXIX Nestorius of Antioch promoted to the see of Constantinople His persecution of the heretics
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Chap XXXI Nestorius harasses the Macedonians
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Desecration of the altar of the Great Church by runaway slaves
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Synod at Ephesus against Nestorius His deposition
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The authors opinion of the validity of translations from one see to another
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Many of the Jews in Crete embrace the Christian faith
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Preservation of the church of the Novatians from fire
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Panegyric of the Emperor Theodosius the Younger
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Marriage of the Emperor Valentinian with Eudoxia the daughter of Theodosius
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The Empress Eudocia goes to Jerusalem sent there by the Emperor Theodosius
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SOZOMENUS Chorch History from ab 323425
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