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作者: Eusebius, of Caesarea Bishop of Caesarea; Christian Frederic Crusé; Isaac Boyle
出版商: Grand Rapids, Mich. : Baker Book House, 1955.
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所有的作者/貢獻者: Eusebius, of Caesarea Bishop of Caesarea; Christian Frederic Crusé; Isaac Boyle
OCLC系統控制編碼: 22009688
描述: xxxviii, 480, 59 pages ; 23 cm
内容: V.1 Book one --
1. What the foundation of the promise is --
2. A brief summary of the pre-existence and divine nature of our savior and Lord, the Christ of God --
3. How both the name of Jesus and that itself of Christ has been known from the first and had been honored by the inspired prophets --
4. How there was nothing new or strange in the manner of the religion he proclaimed to all the nations --
5. Concerning the time of his appearance among men --
6. How in his time, in accordance with prophecy, those rulers who had formerly governed the nation of the Jews in regular succession died out, and Herod was the first foreigner to reign over them --
7. Concerning the discrepancy which is thought to exist regarding the genealogy of Christ --
8. Concerning Herod's plot against the children and the nature of the catastrophe that overcame him in life --
9. Concerning the times of Pilate --
10. Concerning the high priests of the Jews in whose time Christ performed his teaching --
11. The testimonies regarding John the Baptist and Christ --
12. Concerning the disciples of our Savior --
13. A story concerning the ruler of the Edessenes --
Book two --
1. On the activity of the apostles after the ascension of Christ --
2. How Tiberius was moved on being informed by Pilate of the story of Christ --
3. How the message about Christ ran in a short time into all parts of the world --
4. How, after Tiberius, Caius appointed Agrippa king of the Jews, after punishing Herod with perpetual banishment --
5. How Philo was sent on an embassy to Caius in behalf of the Jews --
6. The evils that overwhelmed the Jews after their presumption against Christ --
7. How Pilate committed suicide --
8. On the famine in the time of Claudius --
9. The martyrdom of James the apostle --
10. How Agrippa, who was also called Herod, persecuted the apostles and immediately experienced the divine judgment --
11. On Theudas the magician --
12. On Helena, gueen of the Adiabeni --
13. On Simon Magus --
14. On the preaching of Peter the apostle at Rome --
15. On the gospel according to Mark --
16. How Mark was the first to preach the knowledge of Christ to those in Egypt --
17. What Philo narrates about the ascetics in Egypt --
18. The writings of Philo that have come down to us --
19. The calamity that befell the Jews in Jerusalem on the day of the Passover --
20. The events that took place in Jerusalem in the time of Nero --
21. On the Egyptian whom the Acts of the apostles also have mentioned --
22. How Paul was sent a prisoner from Judaea to Rome and on making his defense was acquitted of all guilt --
23. How James who was called the brother of the Lord suffered martyrdom --
24. How, after Mark, Annianus was the first to be established bishop of the church at Alexandria --
25. On the persecution under Nero in which, at Rome, Paul and Peter were adorned with martyrdom in the cause of religion --
26. How the Jews were assailed by countless evils and how they began the last war against the Romans V. 1 cont. Book three. 1. The parts of the world in which the apostles preached Christ --
2. Who the ruler of the church at Rome was --
3. On the epistles of the apostles --
4. On the first successors of the apostles --
5. On the last siege of the Jews after Christ --
6. On the famine that oppressed them --
7. On the prophecies of Christ --
8. On the signs before the war --
9. On Josephus and the writings which he left behind --
10. How he quotes the sacred books --
11. How, after James, Symeon was the leader of the church in Jerusalem --
12. How Vespasian commanded the descendants of David to be sought out --
13. How Abilius was the second leader of the Alexandrians --
14. How Anencletus was the second bishop of Rome --
15. How, after him, the third was Clement --
16. On the epistle of Clement --
17. On the persecution under Domitian --
18. On John the apostle and the apocalypse --
19. How Domitian commanded the descendants of David to be destroyed --
20. On the relatives of our Savior --
21. How Cerdo was the third leader of the church at Alexandria --
22. How Ignatius was the second of the church at Antioch --
23. A narrative about John the apostle --
24. On the order of the gospels --
25. On the sacred writings that are accepted and those that are not --
26. On Menander the sorcerer --
27. On the heresy of the Ebionites --
28. On Cerinthus the heresiarch --
29. On Nicholas and those named after him --
30. On the apostles who were tested in marriage --
31. On the death of John and Philip --
32. How Symeon, bishop of Jerusalem, suffered martyrdom --
33. How Trajan forbade the Christians to be sought out --
34. How Evarestus was the fourth leader of the church at Rome --
35. How Justus was the third of the church in Jerusalem --
36. On Ignatius and his epistles --
37. On the evangelists who were still flourishing at that time --
38. On the epistle of Clement and the writings falsely ascribed to him --
39. On the writings of Papias --
Book four --
1. Who the bishops at Rome and at Alesandria during the reign of Trajan were --
2. The sufferings of the Jews in his time --
3. The apologists for the faith in the time of Hadrian --
4. The bishops at Rome and Alexandria in his time --
5. The bishops at Jerusalem from the beginning, from the Savior to the time mentioned --
6. The last siege of the Jews under Hadrian --
7. Who the leaders of knowledge, falsely so called, were at that time --
8. Who the writers of the church were --
9. A letter of Hadrian declaring that we are not to be persecuted without a trial --
10. Who the bishops at Rome and Alexadria in the reign of Antoninus were --
11. On the leaders of heresy in their times --
12. On the apology of Justin addressed to Antoninus --
13. A letter of Antoninus addressed to the common council of Asia on our doctrine --
14. Recollections of Polycarp who was acquainted with the apostles --
15. How, in the time of Verus, Polycarp with others suffered martyrdom --
17. On the martyrs whom Justin mentions in his own work --
18. What writings of Justin have come down to us --
19. Who the leaders of the church at Rome and at Alexandria were during the reign of Verus --
20. Who the leaders of the church at Antioch were --
21. On the writers of the church who were pre-eminent in these times --
22. On Hegesippus and what he himself mentions --
23. On Dionysius, bishop of Corinth, and the letters which he wrote --
24. On Theophilus, bishop of Antioch --
25. On Philip and Modestus --
26. On Melito and what he himself related --
27. On Apolinarius --
28. On Musanus --
29. On the heresy of Tatian --
30. On Bardesanes the Syrian and his extant work V. 1 cont Book five --
1. The number of those who in the time of Verus underwent the struggle for religion in Gaul, and the nature of this conflict --
2. How the martyrs, beloved of God, received and ministered to those who had fallen in the persecution --
3. The nature of the vision that appeared in a dream to the martyr Attalus --
4. How the martyrs commended Irenaeus in a letter --
5. How God, giving heed to the prayers of our people, sent rain from heaven to Marcus Aurelius Caesar --
6. A list of those who were bishops in Rome --
7. How even down to those times amazing miracles were performed by the faithful --
8. How Irenaeus quotes the divine scriptures --
9. Those who were bishops in the time of Commodus --
10. On Pantaenus the philosopher --
11. On Clement of Alexandria --
12. On the bishops in Jerusalem --
13. On Rhodo and the dissension against the teaching of Marcion which he described --
14. On the false prophets of Phrygia --
15. On the schism that took place at Rome under Blastus --
16. What is related about Montanus and the false prophets with him --
17. On Miltiades and the treatises which he composed --
18. How Apollonius also refuted those in Phrygia and what quotations he made --
19. Serapion's letter on the heresy of the Phrygians --
20. The discussions with the schismatics at Rome --
21. How Apollonius suffered martyrdom in Rome --
22. What bishops were celebrated in these times --
23. On the controversy which was stirred up at that time over the Passover --
24. On the disagreement in Asia --
25. How all came to an unanimous agreement over the Passover --
26. How much of the polished work of Irenaeus has come down to us --
27. How much, also, of the others who flourished with him at that time --
28. On those who first put forth the heresy of Artemon, what was their manner of life, and how they had the audacity to corrupt the holy scriptures. V.2 Book six --
1. On the persecution under Severus --
2. On Origen's training from childhood --
3. How, while quite young, he preached the word of Christ --
4. How many were instructed by him and were led forth as martyrs --
5. On Potamiaena --
6. On Clement of Alexandria --
7. On Judas, a writer --
8. On Origen's rash deed --
9. On the miracles of Narcissus --
10. On the bishops in Jerusalem --
11. On Alexander --
12. On Serapion and his extant works --
13. On the writings of Clement --
14. What Scriptures he has mentioned --
15. On Heraclas --
16. How Origen labored on the divine scriptures --
17. On Symmachus, a translator --
18. On Ambrose --
19. What related concerning Origen --
20. What writings of the men of that day are extant --
21. What bishops were well known in the time of these men --
22. What works of Hippolytus have come down to us --
23. On Origen's zeal and how he was deemed worthy of the presbyterate in the church --
24. What commentaries he wrote at Alexandria --
25. How he made mention of the canonical scriptures --
26. How the bishops looked upon him --
27. How Heraclas succeeded to the bishopric of the Alexandrians --
28. On the persecution under Maximinus --
29. On Fabian, how he was miraculously designated bishop of the Romans by God --
30. How many pupils of Origen there have been --
31. On Africanus --
32. What commentaries Origen wrote at Caesarea in Palestine --
33. On the error of Beryllus --
34. On what happened under Philip --
35. How Dionysius succeeded Heraclas in the episcopacy --
36. What other works were written by Origen --
37. On the dissension of the Arabians --
38. On the heresy of the Helkesaites --
39. On what happened under Decius --
40. On what happened to Dionysius --
41. On those who suffered martyrdom in Alexandria itself --
42. On others whom Dionysius describes --
43. On Novatus, what sort of a character he had, and on his heresy --
44. Dionysius' story about Serapion --
45. Dionysius' letter to Novatus --
46. On the other letters of Dionysius --
Book seven --
1. On the wickedness of Decius and Gallus --
2. The bishops of Rome in their day --
3. How Cyprian, together with the bishops with him, was the first to decree that those who turned away from heretical error should be cleansed by baptism --
4. The number of letters that Dionysius composed on this subject --
5. On the peace after the persecution --
6. On the heresy of Sabellius --
7. On the abominable error of the heretics, and the God-sent vision of Dionysius, and the ecclesiastical canon which he had received --
8. On the heterodoxy of Novatus --
9. On the ungodly baptism of heretics --
10. On Valerian and the persecution of his time --
11. On what happened to Dionysius and the people in Egypt --
12. On those who suffered martyrdom in Caesarea in Palestine --
13. On the peace under Gallienus --
14. The bishops who flourished at that time --
15. How Marinus suffered martyrdom at Caesarea --
16. The story concerning Astyrius --
17. On the signs at Paneas of the mighty working of our Savior --
18. On the statue which was erected by a woman suffering from an issue of blood --
19. On the throne of James --
20. On the festal letters of Dionysius, in which he also lays down a canon on the Pasch --
21. On what happened at Alexandria --
22. On the pestilence that fell upon it --
23. On the reign of Gallienus --
24. On Nepos and his schism --
25. On the apocalypse of John --
26. On the letters of Dionysius --
27. On Paul of Samosata and the heresy he sustained at Antioch --
28. On the illustrious bishops who were known at that time --
29. How Paul, after he was refuted, was excommunicated --
30. The letters of the bishops against Paul --
31. On the perverse heterodoxy of the Manichaeans which began at just that time --
32. On the distinguished men of the church of our own time, and which of them survived until the attack on the churches V. 2 cont. --
Book eight --
1. On the events preceding the persecution in our time --
2. On the destruction of the churches --
3. On the nature of the conflicts endured in the persecution --
4. On the famous martyrs of God, how they filled every place with their memory, wreathed with varied crowns for piety --
5. On those in Nicomedia --
6. On those in the imperial palaces --
7. On the Egyptians in Phoenicia --
8. On those in Egypt --
9. On those in the thebais --
10. Accounts in writing of Phileas the martyr on what took place in Alexandria --
11. On those in Phrygia --
12. On a great many other men and women who contended for the crown in various ways --
13. On the bishops of the church who demonstrated by their blood the genuineness of the piety which they cultivated --
14. On the character of the enemies of piety --
15. On what happened to those outside the church --
16. On the change of affairs for the better --
17. On the recantation of the rulers --
Book nine --
1. On the pretended relaxation --
2. On the following change for the worse --
3. On the newly made image at Antioch --
4. On the measures passed against us --
5. On the forged acts --
6. On those who suffered martyrdom at this time --
7. On the decree against us set up on slabs --
8. On what happened afterwards by way of famine and pestilence and war --
9. On the sudden end of the tyrants' lives, and words which they expressed before death --
9A. The epistle of the tyrant Jovius to Sabinus --
10. On the victory of the God-beloved emperors --
11. On the final destruction of the enemies of piety --
Book ten --
1. On the peace obtained for us from God --
2. On the restoration of the churches --
3. On the dedications in every place --
4. Panegyric on the joyous state of affairs --
5. Copies of imperial laws concerning the duties of Christians --
6. On the exemption of the clerics from public service --
7. On the later maliciousness of Licinius and his catastrophe --
8. On the victory of Constantine and the resulting advantages through him for the subjects of the Roman empire --
9. On the final victory of Christianity over paganism through Constantine.
責任: translated from the original by Christian Frederic Cruse and an historical view of the Council of Nice by Isaac Boyle.

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schema:description"V.2 Book six -- 1. On the persecution under Severus -- 2. On Origen's training from childhood -- 3. How, while quite young, he preached the word of Christ -- 4. How many were instructed by him and were led forth as martyrs -- 5. On Potamiaena -- 6. On Clement of Alexandria -- 7. On Judas, a writer -- 8. On Origen's rash deed -- 9. On the miracles of Narcissus -- 10. On the bishops in Jerusalem -- 11. On Alexander -- 12. On Serapion and his extant works -- 13. On the writings of Clement -- 14. What Scriptures he has mentioned -- 15. On Heraclas -- 16. How Origen labored on the divine scriptures -- 17. On Symmachus, a translator -- 18. On Ambrose -- 19. What related concerning Origen -- 20. What writings of the men of that day are extant -- 21. What bishops were well known in the time of these men -- 22. What works of Hippolytus have come down to us -- 23. On Origen's zeal and how he was deemed worthy of the presbyterate in the church -- 24. What commentaries he wrote at Alexandria -- 25. How he made mention of the canonical scriptures -- 26. How the bishops looked upon him -- 27. How Heraclas succeeded to the bishopric of the Alexandrians -- 28. On the persecution under Maximinus -- 29. On Fabian, how he was miraculously designated bishop of the Romans by God -- 30. How many pupils of Origen there have been -- 31. On Africanus -- 32. What commentaries Origen wrote at Caesarea in Palestine -- 33. On the error of Beryllus -- 34. On what happened under Philip -- 35. How Dionysius succeeded Heraclas in the episcopacy -- 36. What other works were written by Origen -- 37. On the dissension of the Arabians -- 38. On the heresy of the Helkesaites -- 39. On what happened under Decius -- 40. On what happened to Dionysius -- 41. On those who suffered martyrdom in Alexandria itself -- 42. On others whom Dionysius describes -- 43. On Novatus, what sort of a character he had, and on his heresy -- 44. Dionysius' story about Serapion -- 45. Dionysius' letter to Novatus -- 46. On the other letters of Dionysius -- Book seven -- 1. On the wickedness of Decius and Gallus -- 2. The bishops of Rome in their day -- 3. How Cyprian, together with the bishops with him, was the first to decree that those who turned away from heretical error should be cleansed by baptism -- 4. The number of letters that Dionysius composed on this subject -- 5. On the peace after the persecution -- 6. On the heresy of Sabellius -- 7. On the abominable error of the heretics, and the God-sent vision of Dionysius, and the ecclesiastical canon which he had received -- 8. On the heterodoxy of Novatus -- 9. On the ungodly baptism of heretics -- 10. On Valerian and the persecution of his time -- 11. On what happened to Dionysius and the people in Egypt -- 12. On those who suffered martyrdom in Caesarea in Palestine -- 13. On the peace under Gallienus -- 14. The bishops who flourished at that time -- 15. How Marinus suffered martyrdom at Caesarea -- 16. The story concerning Astyrius -- 17. On the signs at Paneas of the mighty working of our Savior -- 18. On the statue which was erected by a woman suffering from an issue of blood -- 19. On the throne of James -- 20. On the festal letters of Dionysius, in which he also lays down a canon on the Pasch -- 21. On what happened at Alexandria -- 22. On the pestilence that fell upon it -- 23. On the reign of Gallienus -- 24. On Nepos and his schism -- 25. On the apocalypse of John -- 26. On the letters of Dionysius -- 27. On Paul of Samosata and the heresy he sustained at Antioch -- 28. On the illustrious bishops who were known at that time -- 29. How Paul, after he was refuted, was excommunicated -- 30. The letters of the bishops against Paul -- 31. On the perverse heterodoxy of the Manichaeans which began at just that time -- 32. On the distinguished men of the church of our own time, and which of them survived until the attack on the churches"@en
schema:description"V. 1 cont. Book three. 1. The parts of the world in which the apostles preached Christ -- 2. Who the ruler of the church at Rome was -- 3. On the epistles of the apostles -- 4. On the first successors of the apostles -- 5. On the last siege of the Jews after Christ -- 6. On the famine that oppressed them -- 7. On the prophecies of Christ -- 8. On the signs before the war -- 9. On Josephus and the writings which he left behind -- 10. How he quotes the sacred books -- 11. How, after James, Symeon was the leader of the church in Jerusalem -- 12. How Vespasian commanded the descendants of David to be sought out -- 13. How Abilius was the second leader of the Alexandrians -- 14. How Anencletus was the second bishop of Rome -- 15. How, after him, the third was Clement -- 16. On the epistle of Clement -- 17. On the persecution under Domitian -- 18. On John the apostle and the apocalypse -- 19. How Domitian commanded the descendants of David to be destroyed -- 20. On the relatives of our Savior -- 21. How Cerdo was the third leader of the church at Alexandria -- 22. How Ignatius was the second of the church at Antioch -- 23. A narrative about John the apostle -- 24. On the order of the gospels -- 25. On the sacred writings that are accepted and those that are not -- 26. On Menander the sorcerer -- 27. On the heresy of the Ebionites -- 28. On Cerinthus the heresiarch -- 29. On Nicholas and those named after him -- 30. On the apostles who were tested in marriage -- 31. On the death of John and Philip -- 32. How Symeon, bishop of Jerusalem, suffered martyrdom -- 33. How Trajan forbade the Christians to be sought out -- 34. How Evarestus was the fourth leader of the church at Rome -- 35. How Justus was the third of the church in Jerusalem -- 36. On Ignatius and his epistles -- 37. On the evangelists who were still flourishing at that time -- 38. On the epistle of Clement and the writings falsely ascribed to him -- 39. On the writings of Papias -- Book four -- 1. Who the bishops at Rome and at Alesandria during the reign of Trajan were -- 2. The sufferings of the Jews in his time -- 3. The apologists for the faith in the time of Hadrian -- 4. The bishops at Rome and Alexandria in his time -- 5. The bishops at Jerusalem from the beginning, from the Savior to the time mentioned -- 6. The last siege of the Jews under Hadrian -- 7. Who the leaders of knowledge, falsely so called, were at that time -- 8. Who the writers of the church were -- 9. A letter of Hadrian declaring that we are not to be persecuted without a trial -- 10. Who the bishops at Rome and Alexadria in the reign of Antoninus were -- 11. On the leaders of heresy in their times -- 12. On the apology of Justin addressed to Antoninus -- 13. A letter of Antoninus addressed to the common council of Asia on our doctrine -- 14. Recollections of Polycarp who was acquainted with the apostles -- 15. How, in the time of Verus, Polycarp with others suffered martyrdom -- 17. On the martyrs whom Justin mentions in his own work -- 18. What writings of Justin have come down to us -- 19. Who the leaders of the church at Rome and at Alexandria were during the reign of Verus -- 20. Who the leaders of the church at Antioch were -- 21. On the writers of the church who were pre-eminent in these times -- 22. On Hegesippus and what he himself mentions -- 23. On Dionysius, bishop of Corinth, and the letters which he wrote -- 24. On Theophilus, bishop of Antioch -- 25. On Philip and Modestus -- 26. On Melito and what he himself related -- 27. On Apolinarius -- 28. On Musanus -- 29. On the heresy of Tatian -- 30. On Bardesanes the Syrian and his extant work"@en
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