Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Second Series Volume II Socrates, Sozomenus
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While Valens persecutes the orthodox Christians in the East a usurper arises at Constantinople named Procopius and at the same time an earthquake a...
Eunomius supersedes Eleusius the Macedonian in the see of Cyzicus His origin and imi
Of the oracle found inscribed on a stone when the walls of Chalcedon were demolished by order of the emperor Valens
Birth of Valentinian the Younger
Eunomius separates from Eudoxius a disturbance is raised at Alexandria by Eudoxius and Athanasius flees into voluntary exile again but in conseque...
Certain presbyters burnt in a ship by order of Valens Famine in Phrygia
Slaughter of many persons by Valens on account of their names in consequence of a heathen prediction
Eusebius bishop of Nicomedia and Theognis bishop of Nicsea having recovered confidence endeavor to subvert the Nicene Creed by plotting against...
Of the Synod held at Antioch which deposed Eustathius bishop of Antioch on whose account a sedition broke out and almost ruined the city
Of the presbyter who exerted himself for the recall of Arius
Arius having returned to Alexandria with the emperors consent and not being received by Athanasius the partisans of Eusebius bring many charges a...
On account of the charges against Athanasius the emperor convokes a Synod of bishops at Tyre
Chap XXX Athanasius is found innocent of what he is accused and his accusers take to flight
Chap XXXIIX The members of the Synod proceed from Tyre to Jerusalem and having celebrated the dedication of the New Jerusalem receive Anus ...
The Synod not having come to the emperor the partisans of Eusebius accuse Athanasius of having threatened to divert the corn supplied to Constanti...
After the banishment of Athanasius Arks having been sent for by the emperor raises a disturbance against Alexander bishop of Constantinople
The emperor falls sick and dies
Athanasius encouraged by the letter of Constantine the younger returns to Alexandria
Alexander bishop of Constantinople when at the point of death proposes the election either of Paul or of Macedonius as his successor
Of Eusebius of Emisa
On the arrival of Gregory at Alexandria attended by a military escort Athanasius flees
The people of Constantinople restore Paul to his see after the death of Eusebius while the Arians elect Macedonius
Athanasius and Paul going to Rome and having obtained letters from Julius bishop of Rome recover their respective dioceses
Athanasius intimidated by the emperors threats returns to Rome again
Chap XVIIIThe emperor of the West requests his brother to send to him three persons who could give an account of the deposition of Athanasius an...
Of the Council at Sardica
Defense of Eusebius Pamphili
The Council of Sardica restores Paul and Athanasius to their sees and on the Eastern emperors refusal to admit them the emperor of the West threaten...
Athanasius passing through Jerusalem on his return to Alexandria is received into commun ion by Maximus and a Synod of bishops convened in that...
the former on his way into exile is slain but the latter escapes by flight
Macedonius having possessed himself of the see of Constantinople inflicts much injury on those who differ from htm
Of the Heresiarch Photinus
Chap XXXI Of Hosius bishop of Cordova
Overthrow of the usurper Magnentius
Of Agtius the Syrian teacher of Eunomius
Of the Synod at Ariminum and the creed there published
Cruelty of Macedonius and tumults raised by him
Of the Synod at Seleucia in Isauria
Acacius bishop of Csesarea dictates a new form of creed in the Synod at Seleucia
On the emperors return from the West the Acacians assemble at Constantinople and confirm the creed of Ariminum after making some additions to it
On the deposition of Macedonius Endows obtains the bishopric of Constantinople
Of Meletius bishop of Antioeh
Of the Apollinarians and their heresy
Successes of Julian death of the Emperor Constantius
Of the sedition excited at Alexandria and how George was stain
Chap HI The emperor indignant at the murder of George rebukes the Alexandrians by letter
On the death of George Athanasius returns to Alexandria and takes possession of his see
By the cooperation of Eusebius and Athanasius a Synod is held at Alexandria wherein the Trinity is declared to be consubsstantial
Quotations from Athanasius Defence of his Flight
After the Synod of Alexandria Eusebius proceeding to Antioeh 6nds the Catholics at variance on account of Paulinus consecration and having exerte...
Of Hilary bishop of Poictiers
Of Maris bishop of Chalcedon Julian forbids Christians from entering literary pursuits
Flight of Athanasius
The emperor preparing an expedition against the Persians arrives at Antioeh and being ridi culed by the inhabitants he retorts on them by a satirical p...
Wrath of the emperor and firmness of Theodore the Confessor
The emperors invasion of Persia and death
Refutation of what Libanius the Sophist said concerning Julian
The bishops flock around Jovian each attempting to draw him to his own creed
Death of the Emperor Jovian
The deeds of some holy persons who devoted themselves to a solitary life
Assault upon the monks and banishment of their superiors who exhibit miraculous power
Of Didymus the blind man no Chap XXVI Of Basil of Casarea and Gregory of Nazianzus no Chap XXVII Of Gregory Thaumaturgus the wonderw...
Damasus ordained bishop of Rome Sedition and loss of life caused by the rivalry of Ursinus
Death of Valentinian
The Emperor Vaiens appeased by the oration of Themistus the philosopher abates his persecution of the Christians
Abatement of persecution against the Christians because of the war with the Goths
After the departure of Vaiens from Antioch the Alexandrians expel Lucius and restore Peter who had come with letters from Damasus bishop of Rome
The principal bishops who flourished at that time
Gregory of Nazianzus is transferred to the see of Constantinople The Emperor Theodosius failing sick at Thessalortica after his victory over the barba...
A Synod consisting of one hundred and fifty bishops meets at Constantinople The decrees passed Ordination of Neetarius j 21
The body of Paul bishop of Constantinople is honorably transferred from his place of exile Death of Meletius
The Emperor Gratian is slain by the treachery of the usurper Maximus From fear of him Jnstina ceases persecuting Ambrose
The Arians excite a tumult at Constantinople
Demolition of the idolatrous temples at Alexandria and the consequent conflict between the pagans and Christians
Reformation of abuses at Rome by the emperor Theodosius
Of the office of Penitentiary Presbyters and its abolition
Chap XXI Peculiar schism among the Novatians
The Authors views respecting the celebration of Easter Baptism Fasting Marriage the Eucharist and other ecclesiastical rites
Further dissensions among the Arians at Constantinople The Psatfayrians
The usurper Eugenius compasses the death of Valentinian the younger Theodosius obtains a victory over him
Illness and death of the Emperor Theodosius the elder
Death of Nectarius and ordination of John jz Chap III Birth and education of John bishop of Constantinople
John draws down upon himself the displeasure of many persons of rank and power Of the eunuch Eutropius
Dissension between Theophilus bishop of Alexandria and the Monks of the desert Condem nation of Origens books
Chap VIIITwo Arians and the supporters of the himioeusiort hold nocturnal assemblies and sing antiphonal hymns a species of composition ascribed ...
Chap X Epiphanius bishop of Cyprus convenes a Synod to condemn the books of Origen
Epiphanius in order to gratify Theophilus performs ordinations at Constantinople without Johns permission
Epiphanius is asked to meet John on refusing he is admonished concerning his antica nonical proceedings alarmed at this he leaves Constantinople
Sedition on account of John Chrysostoms banishment He is recalled
Of Eudoxias silver statue On account of it John is exiled a second time
Ordination of Arsacius as Johns successor Indisposition of Cyrinus bishop of Chalcedon
Of Sisinnius bishop of the Novatians His readiness at repartee
Death of the Emperor Arcadius
A paralytic Jew healed by Atticus in baptism
The leaders of Arianism at this time
The bishops of Antioch and Rome at this time
The bishops of Rome
Conflict between the Christians and Jews at Alexandria and breach between the bishop Cyril and the prefect Orestes
The monks of Nitria come down and raise a sedition against the prefect of Alexandria
The Jews commit another outrage upon the Christians and are punished
Of Palladius the courier
Kind treatment of the Persian captives by Acacius bishop of Amida
After the death of the Emperor Honorius John usurps the sovereignty at Rome He is destroyed through the prayers of Theodosius the Younger
Valentinian a son of Constantius and Placidia aunt of Theodosius is proclaimed emperor
Sisinnius is chosen to succeed Atticus
Nestorius of Antioch promoted to the see of Constantinople His persecution of the heretics
Nestorius harasses the Macedonians
Desecration of the altar of the Great Church by runaway slaves
Synod at Ephesus against Nestorius His deposition
The authors opinion of the validity of translations from one see to another
Many of the Jews in Crete embrace the Christian faith
Preservation of the church of the Novatians from fire
Panegyric of the Emperor Theodosius the Younger
Marriage of the Emperor Valentinian with Eudoxia the daughter of Theodosius
The Empress Eudocia goes to Jerusalem sent there by the Emperor Theodosius
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Page 11 - We believe in one God, the Father Almighty, Maker of all things, visible and invisible...
Page 10 - Maker of heaven and earth, and of all things visible and invisible ; and in One Lord Jesus Christ, the Only Begotten Son of God, born of the Father before all ages ; God of God ; Light of Light ; True God of True God ; begotten, not made, consubstantial with the Father, by Whom all things were made.