3 edition of Ecclesiastical history found in the catalog.
Theodoret, Bishop of Cyrrhus
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|Series||Greek ecclesiastical historians of the first 6 centuries|
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|Number of Pages||360|
On the contrary, as if struck Ecclesiastical history book lightning, and as if possessing neither eyes nor understanding, they slighted the proclamations of God. After them, the fifth from the same school proclaimed as an athlete of piety was another Serenus, who, it is reported, was beheaded, after a long endurance of tortures. The first of them, he says, was Plutarch, who after living well, was honored with divine martyrdom. And much besides was done and said there in manly contest, until the wrath of the senators and of the patriarch blazed out upon the bishops, and they commanded that they should be dragged by the throat out of their presence, and separated from one another, and sent into exile. The elder brethren among us have handed down many other facts respecting Origen which I think proper to omit, as not pertaining to this work.
Thereupon the king 55 issued Ecclesiastical history book command to the patriarch of the city to bid both sides assemble in his presence and that of his whole synod, that they might debate together upon the doctrines about which they were at enmity 16and of all of which an Ecclesiastical history book is given us in the preceding books. Those that were suffering from the famine now longed for death; and blessed were they that had died before hearing and seeing miseries like these. Such was he at that time. And Dionysiuswho was bishop of the parish of Alexandria in our day, in the second book of his work On the Promises, where he says some things concerning the Apocalypse of John which he draws from tradition, mentions this same man in the following words: 4. The give away fact about this book is it's title. But they refused, and resisted for many days, or rather for a whole year, manfully, nor would they give way or 70 submit in the least.
The first translation of the "Ecclesiastical History" is the Anglo-Saxon version, executed either by Alfred himself or under his immediate supervision. Chapter 2. These things took place in this manner in the second year of the reign of Vespasian, in accordance Ecclesiastical history book the prophecies of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ, who by divine power saw them beforehand as if they were already present, and wept and mourned according to the statement of the holy evangelists, who give the very words which be uttered, when, as if addressing Jerusalem herself, he said: "If thou hadst known, even thou, in this day, the things which belong unto thy peace! For while Bede is loyal to Northumbria he shows an even greater attachment to the Irish and their missionaries, whom he considers to be far more effective and dedicated than their rather complacent English counterparts.
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The first systematic attack upon the Epistle was made by Bretschneider, inin connection with the attack upon the Gospel.
But why should we give in this history an accurate catalogue of the man's works, which would require a separate treatise? But Elisha would not for one moment consent, or submit himself to him, or listen to his words: and upon this he grew angry, and imprisoned him in another monastery Ecclesiastical history book Beth Abraham 5and 18 passed upon him a harsh sentence: and there accordingly he was detained for a long time, and underwent great affliction, until he fell seriously ill, when upon petition he was permitted to go to the warm baths attended by Ecclesiastical history book.
When, however, their views became known there, they were greatly blamed by many of their compeers, and admonished: and upon their refusal to withdraw them, the sentence of deposition was passed upon them: upon which, they and Athanasius, the son of queen Theodora's daughter, who increased and multiplied the heresy by a liberal expenditure of gold, took measures in concert for Ecclesiastical history book a third bishop according to the canon; and for this purpose began honouring and Ecclesiastical history book John of Ephesus, who was then resident at the capital, and had the administration of the entire revenues of all the congregations of believers there and elsewhere: their object being to prevail upon him by bribes and presents to submit to them, and join Ecclesiastical history book, that so, they might consecrate bishops.
None of them at least, however superior in dignity and honor they may have been for many generations among their own people, ever gave to their followers the name of Christians from their own typical name of Christ.
The Gospel according to Mark had this occasion. Menander, who succeeded Simon Magusshowed himself in his conduct another instrument of diabolical power, not inferior to the former. And so great was the shamelessness and audacity of the high priests that they dared to send their servants to the threshing-floors to seize the tithes due to the priests; and thus those of the priests that were poor were seen to be perishing of want.
And in Ecclesiastical history book zeal he never lay upon a bed, but upon the ground. Why need we speak of him who reclined upon the bosom of JesusJohn, who has left us one Gospel Ecclesiastical history book, though he confessed that Ecclesiastical history book might write so many that the world could not contain them?
London: W. Another noticeable omission is that of the Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians. Nor have your proceedings even been confined to your own diocese, nor limits put by you to your violence and heat and hatred, but you have extended even into other countries this your violation of law, and your opposition to all the constitutions and canons of the church: as regards which, one of two things must be the case, that either in ignorance of their injunctions, you have broken and transgressed them,; and trampled them under foot, or, if acquainted with 27 them, that you have despised and contemned them, and purposely set them at nought.
Thus the festival became a season of mourning for all the nation, and there was weeping in every house. For he was continually studying Platoand he busied himself with the writings of Numenius and Cronius, Apollophanes, Longinus, Moderatus, and Nicomachus, and those famous among the Pythagoreans.
What Bede wants to tell us is going to be within the explicit framework of a story of the growth and progression from strength to strength of Christianity in the British Isles, if necessary irrespective of the facts.
This made the woman terribly angry, and by her frequent reproaches and imprecations she aroused the anger of the rapacious villains against herself. Concealing therefore the guile of their hearts, they said that they wished to return to unity.
But the robbers were more terrible than these miseries; for they broke open the houses, which were now mere sepulchres, robbed the dead and stripped the covering from their bodies, and went away with a laugh.
Nor did it suffice him to act thus in his own person, but he even wrote letters to other countries, urging upon the bishops to follow his example, and do as he had done: his object being, not to bear the odium and blame alone of these illegal and disorderly doings, but hoping that others also would make themselves liable to similar complaints.
And the same one foreseeing, under the influence of the divine Spirit, the name Jesus, dignified it also with a certain distinguished privilege. The same historian records another fact still more wonderful than this. He makes use also in these works of testimonies from the disputed Scriptures, the so-called Wisdom of Solomon, and of Jesusthe son of Sirach, and the Epistle to the Hebrews, and those of Barnabas, and Clement and Jude.
But Cerinthus also, by means of revelations which he pretends were written by a great apostle, brings before us marvelous things which he falsely claims were shown him by angels ; and he says that after the resurrection the kingdom of Christ will be set up on earth, and that the flesh dwelling in Jerusalem will again be subject to desires and pleasures.
This has been necessarily premised by us as a proof of the correctness of the time.Since The Journal of Ecclesiastical History has published original research articles, scholarly reviews, review articles, notes and documents, relating to all aspects of the history of Christianity.
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