Ecclesiastical History: A History of the Church in 5 Books from A.D.322 to the Death of Theodore of Mopsuestia, A.D.427 by Theodoretus Bishop of Cyrus a New Tr...with a Memoir of the Author...

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Bagster & sons, 1844 - 360 pages
 

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Contents

Conversion of the Iberians
73
Letter from the emperor Constantine to Sapor king of Persia concerning the Christians
75
Malicious plot formed against St Athanasius
79
Letter from the emperor Constantine to the inhabitants of Alexandria
80
Letter addressed by Constantine to the council of Tyre
82
Council of Tyre
84
Consecration of the church at Jerusalem Exile of St Athanasius
86
Will of the emperor Constantine of blessed memory
87
Defence of Constantine
88
Death of Constantine
89
Return of St Athanasius
90
Declension of the emperor Constantius from the orthodox faith
91
Second exile of St Athanasius Ordination and death of Gregory
93
Paul bishop of Constantinople
95
Chap Vf Heresy of Macedonius
96
Letter of the council of Sardica
97
Plots set on foot at Antioch against the bishops Euphrates and Vincent
112
Deposition of Stephen
115
Second return of St Athanasius from exile
116
Third exile of St Athanasius
117
Acts of violence committed by George in Alexandria
119
Council of Milan
123
Dialogue between Libeiius bishop of Rome and the emperor Constantius
125
Council of Rimini
132
Letter from Athanasius bishop of Alexandria respecting
143
Council of Nice Subsequently removed to Seleucia
150
Synodical letter against Aetius
158
The History BOOK III Pages 171205
171
Chap
181
XVII
193
XXVI
204
VI
214
bishops of Asia stating that the Father and the
221
XII
228
Chap
235
St Basil bishop of Czesarea persecuted by the prefects Valens and Modestus
240
Death of St Athanasius and ordination of Peter
243
Expulsion of Peter Lucius an Arian placed in his bishopric
244
Celebrated bishops of Pontus and of Asia who flourished at this period
268
Valens writes to Valentinian concerning the war Faithful reply of Valentinian
269
Intrepidity of Trajan a military chief
270
Prediction of Isaac a hermit
271
Expedition of Valens against the Goths
272
Piety of the emperor Gratian
274
Contentions of Paulinus New doctrines introduced by Apollinarius Wisdom and piety of Melitius
275
Eusebius bishop of Samosata
278
Victory obtained by Theodosius against the enemies of the empire
283
Council of Constantinople
284
Letter of the council of Constantinople
287
Letter of Damasis bishop of Rome against Apollinarius and Timothy
293
Letter written by Damasis against various heresies
295
Death of the emperor Gratian and usurpation of Maximus
299
Menaces of Maximus Retreat of Valentinian the younger
301
Politic measures of Amphilochius
302
Massacre at Thessalonica
304
Fidelity of the bishop Ambrose Piety of the emperor
305
Piety of the empress Flacilla
310
Sedition excited in Antioch
311
Demolition of the idolatrous temples throughout the world
314
Destruction of the statues of idols by Theophilus bishop of Alexandria
318
Flavian bishop of Antioch Dispute concerning Pau linus between the bishops of the West and of the East
319
Usurpation of Eugenius Theodosius by faith obtains a complete victory over him
322
Death of Theodosius
326
Piety of the emperor Arcadius Ordination of John Chrysostom
327
Boldness and fidelity of John
328
Idolatrous temples demolished by John in Phoenicia
329
Conversion of the Scythians through the instrumentality of John His zeal against the errors of Marcion
330
Request of Gainas John Chrysostom refuses to accede to it
331
John goes on an embassy to Gainas
333
Persecution against John Chrysostom
334
Theophilus bishop of Alexandria
337
Repentance of those who had persecuted John Chrysos tom Removal of his remains
338
Faith of Theodosius the younger and of his sisters
339
Theodotus bishop of Antioch
342
Death of Theodore bishop of Mopsuestia
348

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