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The ancient Heretics believed the Unity of
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They made great use of the scriptures
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This variety of opinion is no just objection against the truth of the Christian religion
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Curiosity and Inquisitiveness of mind were dispositions frequently indulged by Heretics
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Heretics were not in general solicitous about little matters and were moderate towards those who differed from them
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Pernicious consequences supposed to arise from some of their doctrines were charged upon them though they did not admit them
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The seeds of these Heresies were sown in the days of the apostles
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From hence came the superstitious eustom of writing Abrasadabra as a charm
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Preface Pliny the Younger and Trajan
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Epictetus the Stoic Philosopher X
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The Emperor Adrian
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Bruttius Præsens XII
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Phlegon Thallus and Dionysius the Areopagite
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The Emperor Titus Antoninus the Pious
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SECT PAGE 5 Of his companions and assistants and of their prophecies
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Sect 1 The Emperor Marcus Antoninus the Philosopher
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Of the Persecutions in his Tiine
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Apuleius of Madaura in Africa
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Celsus Porphyry Hierocles Julian Fronto and some others
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as are recorded in the New Testament 5 Passages of Celsus concerning Christian principles
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Passages concerning the progress of the Christian religion
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Passages of Celsus in which he chargeth the Christians with magical practices 8 Of Christian worship and their assemblies
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Passages in Celsus concerning those called Heretics
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Passages in Celsus containing calumnies or injurious reflec tions upon the Christians
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Remarks upon the Work of Celsus against the Christians and upon Origens Answer to
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The Recapitulation
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Lucian of Samosata
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Ælius Aristides the Sophist and Dion Chrysostom
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Galen
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Conclusion of the second century
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The persecution of Severus and Spartians testimony to
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Diogenes Laertius
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Alexander Severus
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Ulpian
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Dion Cassius
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The persecution of Maximin the First or the Thracian
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The question considered whether he was
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The Emperor Decius
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Amelius
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The Emperor Aurelian
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Sis writers of the Augustan history
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Christian
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Dioclesians persecution of the Christians
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Chalcidius
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The Emperor Julian
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Vegetius
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Macrobius
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Hierocles of Alexandria
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CHAPTER III
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SECT
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The Correspondence between Augustine and Volusian in the year 4
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The Correspondence between the people of Madaura and Augustine time uncertain
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BOOK THE SECOND THE HISTORY OF PARTICULAR HERETICS CHAPTER I
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Of his time
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The account of him as given by Irenæus and other ancient authors
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An examination of several of the opinions attributed to
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Concerning his notion of 365 heavens 5 He believed the world was made by angels the chief of whom presided over the Jews
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His opinions concerning the person of Christ 7 Of the story of Simon the Cyrenian and whether he believed that Christ suffered
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Beausobres view of the sentiments of Basilides concerning Christ 9 He believed the baptism of Jesus
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He is said to have partaken of things offered to idols and to have denied the necessity or reason ableness of suffering martyrdom
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He believed that the soul only would be saved 12 He is falsely accused of believing that actions are indifferent in their own nature
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? A probable account of the foundation of this charge
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He is also accused of using magic and incantations
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Of the meaning of Caulacau and his definition of faith and hope 16 Of the name Abraxas which he is said to have given to the prince of the heavens ...
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ET PAGE 9 The history of him as given by Epiphanius
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The story of his deceiving a young woman doubtful
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Several observations tending to show its incredibility ib O Some reason to suspect it was the invention of Epiphanius
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He had a great number of followers
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The Marcionites erroneous in dividing the Deity
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They thought the soul but not the bodies of the virtuous would be happy in a future state
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The belief of a transmigration ascribed to them by Epiphanius
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Some account of their notion that Christ delivered the wicked but left the good ib 19 Marcions opinion of the person of Christ that he was not a real ...
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Tertullians arguments against this notion 002
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Marcion believed there were to be two Christs
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ze He allowed the truth of our Saviours miracles ib 23 And of his death 00 4
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And of the principal facts related concerning him
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The manners of the Marcionites were virtuous and they had many martyrs 600 ib 27 They contemned marriage and highly extolled virginiiy
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They fasted on the Sabbath
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They celebrated Baptisin and the Eucharist but were soinewliat irregular in the administration ib 30 They had churches for state public worship 60s 3...
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te mutilated the New Testament wherever it contained quotations from the Old ib 34 He framed antitheses to shew the opposition of the law to the go...
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Marcion received but eleven books of the New Testament and of the gospels only that of St Luke and this mutilated
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He also rejected the history of the temptation
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An account of many other alterations inade by him in St Lukes gospel
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There is a sufficient number of texts remaining to confute bis errors 616 ib 40 The catholic Christians asserted the antiquity of the unmutilated gospel
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Marcion rejected the Acts of the apostles
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And received only ten epistles of St Paul and most of these altered
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CHAPTER X
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In the second epistle to the Corinthians
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In the first epistle to the Thessalonians
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In the epistle to the Ephesians called by him the epistle to the Laodiceans
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He probably did not much alter the epistle to the Colossians
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Nor at all that to Philemon
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CHAPTER XI
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Some general account of him from ancient authors with observations thereon 65
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A belief in another kind of resurrection ascribed to him by Tertullian
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Some observations on the assertion of Mr Jones that Leucius was a Manichec
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SECT PACE 8 Leucius was the author of the History of the Nativity of the Virgin Mary
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The Protevangelion or Gospel of James was composed by Leucius
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A current tradition that Joseph was a widower and had children by a former wife
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Observations on some of the contents of these two Gospels
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He was the forger of the Gospel of Nicodemus
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Two other Gospels ascribed to Leucius
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Leucius was the author of the forged Acts or Journeying of the apostles
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Some account of the contents of this book
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These forgeries prove the truth of the canonical scriptures
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Of his connection with Philumene
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Unjustly accused of discouraging inquiry
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Of his Writings
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He believed one first Principle who formed another inferior deity ib 8 lle thought that the difference of sex depended on the soul
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He denied the resurrection of the body
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What scriptures he received 11 In other matters he generally agreed with Marcion
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He did not pay any great regard to the Old Testament ib 13 His sentiments about the New Testament probably not very different from Marcions
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CHAPTER XIII
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Epiphaniuss account of the Sethians
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They ascribed the creation of the world to angels
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By Christ who descended upon Jesus they probably meant the Holy Ghost
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What scriptures they received
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OF THE CAIANS OR CAINITES 1 Some account of the accusations brought against them from Epiphanius and Irenæus
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There never was a sect of Christians who called themselves Cainites or who professed the princi
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He is accused of denying Christ in a time of persecution
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He believed one supreme God unchangeably good
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Of his pretensions and manner of prophesying
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Of the opinions of the Montanists
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Of some peculiarities in their manners discipline and doctrine
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Of their mysteries and some calumnies cast upon them on that account
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Of their testimony to the scriptures
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S Othis country ib 4 He suffered in the cause of Christ
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A strenuous assertor of the divine unity
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He wouid not allow that the Father suffered ib 9 He received both the Old and New Testament gospels and epistles
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He founded his arguments upon a great variety of passages both in the Old and New Testament
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OF JULIUS CASSIANUS 1 Of his time
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In his writings he argued from the Old as well as from the New Testament ib 3 Of his opinions country and philosophical speculations
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They were mentioned and written against by Origen
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Of the Ossens who were the same with the Elcesaites called also Sampsæans and of their time and opinions
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Of the name of the founder of this sect and of several authors who mention him
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Of the time when he flourished according to modern authors
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Of the duration of this sect
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What parts of scripture they received 089
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The account of them by Epiphanius and Philaster as rejecting Johns gospel and the Revelation
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There never was any such Heresy 091
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Página 201 - Nevertheless I tell you the truth: It is expedient for you that I go away; for if I go not away, the Comforter will not come unto you; but if I depart, I will send him unto you.
Página 5 - These words spake his parents, because they feared the Jews: for the Jews had agreed already, that if any man did confess that he was Christ, he should be put out of the synagogue.
Página 220 - And at that time shall Michael stand up, the great prince which standeth for the children of thy people : and there shall be a time of trouble, such as never was since there was a nation even to that same time : and at that time thy people shall be delivered, every one that shall be found written in the book.
Página 294 - As for such as turn aside unto their crooked ways, the LORD shall lead them forth with the workers of iniquity: but peace shall be upon Israel.
Página 125 - But when they deliver you up, take no thought how or what ye shall speak ; for it shall be given you in that same hour what ye shall speak. For it is not ye that speak, but the Spirit of your Father which speaketh in you.
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Página 501 - And thou shalt love the Lord thy God with all thy heart, and with all thy soul, and with all thy mind, and with all thy strength. This is the first commandment. And the second is like, namely this, Thou shalt love thy neighbour as thyself. There is none other commandment greater than these.

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