Four discourses against the arians
Introduction. Extracts from the Thalia of Arius. The importance
of the subject. That the Son is eternal and increate.
Objections to the foregoing proof
Phil II 9-10, Psalm XLV 7-8, Hebrews I 4
Hebrews III 2, Acts II 36, Proverb VIII 22. That the son is not
Proverbs VIII 22
Proverbs VIII 22
John XIV 10, John XVII 3, John X 30, XVII, II
Introductory to texts from the gospels. Matthew XI 27, John III
35, Mark XIII 32, Luke II 52.
Matthew XXVI 39, John XII 27. Arian inferences are against the
Defence against the arians
Encyclical Letter of the Council of Egypt.
Letter of Julius to the Eusebians at Antioch. The Letter of Julius.
Letters of the Council of Sardica to the Churches of Egypt and
of Alexandria, and to all Churches. Letter of the Council of Sardica
to the Church of Alexandria. Letter of the Council of Sardica to
the Bishops of Egypt and Libya. Encyclical Letter of the Council
Imperial and Ecclesiastical Acts in consequence of the Decision
of the Council
of Sardica. The Second Letter. The Third Letter. Documents connected
with the charges of the Meletians against S. Athanasius. Part of
a Letter from the Emperor Constantine. Letter of Alexander.
Documents connected with the Council of Tyre. A schedule presented
by Meletius to the
Bishop Alexander. The Bishop Alexander to my master Dionysius.
The Letter of the Receiver-General. List of Bishops present at Sardica.
History of the arians
Arian Persecution under Constantine. First Arian Persecution under
Constantius. Restoration of the catholics on the council of Sardica
Second arian persecution under constantius. Persecution and lapse
of Lieberius. Persecution and lapse of Hosius
Persecution at Alexandria. Persecution in Egypt
St. Irenaeus of Lyons
Ideas of the disciples of Valentinus, the production of Christ
and of the Holy Spirit, Texts of Holy Scripture used by these heretics,
the formation of Achamoth, Formation of the Demiurge.
The threefold kind of man, their blasphemous opinions against
the true Incarnation of Christ by the Virgin Mary, How the Valentinians
pervert the Scriptures, Refutation, Unity of the faith of the Church.
The opinions of Valentinus, Ptolemy and Colorbasus, nefarious
practices of Marcus, various hypotheses of Marcus, the generation
of the twenty-four elements and of Jesus.
Absurd interpretations of the Marcosians, created things were
made after the image of things invisible, Passages from Moses, which
the heretics pervert to the support of their hypothesis, attempt
to prove that the supreme Father was unknown before the coming of
Christ, The apocryphal and spurious scriptures of the Marcosians.
The views of redemption, Deviations of heretics from the truth,
Simon Magus and Menander, Saturninus and Basilides, Carpocrates.
Cerinthus, the Ebionites, and Nicolaitanes, Cerdo and Marcion,
Tatian, the Encratites, and others, Barbeliotes or Borborians, Ophites
and Sethians, Cainites.
The Epistle of Polycarp to the Philippians
Introductory note to the works of Origen
Origen de Principiis
Book III In construction
Book IV In construction