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A view of the organization and order of the primitive church: containing a scriptural plan of the Apostolic Church; with a historical outline of the church to the end of the second century: to which is added, the Apostolic succession, connecting it with the church of the present day.

Author: A B Chapin
Publisher: New Haven, Hitchcock & Stafford, 1842.
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Chapin, A.B. (Alonzo Bowen), 1808-1858.
View of the organization and order of the primitive church.
New Haven, Hitchcock & Stafford, 1842
(OCoLC)551657416
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: A B Chapin
OCLC Number: 9146141
Description: 408 pages 20 cm
Contents: Epistle to the Reader-List of Authors cited --
Chapter I. Nature of the question --
same illustrated --
points of agreement --
Chapter II. Nature of evidence --
rules of evidence --
Chapter III. Mode of interpreting Scripture-points of inquiry --
Chapter IV. Nature of the Church --
one fold --
one body, with many members, but one head --
twofold nature, militant and triumphant --
Chapter V. Who composed the Apostolic Church? --
Baptism --
mode of --
Meaning of bapto and baptiza, in dictionaries --
among the Greeks --
in the Bible --
Scripture usage and construction --
Chapter VI. Scriptural allusions to baptism, Rom. Vi. 4; Col. ii. 12; Acts viii. 38; Mat. iii. 16 --
Usage of Primitive Christians --
Barabas, Hermas, Justin, Tertullian --
Chapter VII. Subjects of baptism --
Scripture account of --
Chapter VIII. Subjects of baptism --
Testimony of Fathers on --
Hermas, Justin, Irenaeus, Tertullian --
Chapter IX. Incidental proof --
Practice of Oriental Churches --
Armenian, Syro-Jacobite, Coptic, Abyssinian, Syro-Chaldean, Greek --
Incidental proof from Celtic and Saxon languages --
Chapter X. Requisites of baptism --
Creeds --
from Iranaeus, Tertullian, Origen, Cyprian, Gregory Thaumaturgus, Lucian, Cyril --
the Church of Alexandria, Antioch, Rome, the Apostolic Constitutions, Nice, Constantinople --
Chapter XI. Members of the church; powers-duties --
Liturgies --
evidence from Scripture, from early writers, from ancient liturgies --
Liturgy of the Church of Antioch, of Cesarea, Constantinople, Alexandria, Ephesus, Gall, Rome, Africa, Spain, Britain, Milan --
Agreement of liturgies, baptismal liturgies, necessity of forms --
Other powers and duties --
Mutual watch, discipline --
Chapter XII. Officers of the church --
Chapter XIII. Deacons --
were officers and ministers of the church --
qualifications, mode of making, powers and duties --
Chapter XIV. Presbyter-bishops --
names in the Primitive Church --
whether called the same by he early writers --
officers and ministers, qualifications, mode of making, powers and duties --
Chapter XV. Apostles --
Apostolic Commission --
powers granted by it, recited in it, rule of construing it --
Power exercised under it --
of conferring Apostolic authority --
Titus, Timothy, Apostleship of Epaphroditus --
Characteristics of Apostleship --
Of ordination --
Timothy, Paul and Barnabas --
opinion of Jerome --
practice at Alexandria --
mistake of Eutychius --
of confirmation --
of discipline --
of Presbyters and Deacons, and of the laity --
of presiding in Councils --
One apostle or apostolic bishop in every church, with many Presbyters and deacons --
Crete, Ephesus, Philippi --
seven churches of Asia --
Colosse --
Testimony of antiquity, the testimony of the Epistle to the Ephesians --
Who was the bishop of Philippi when Polycarp wrote his epistle? --
Each had a limited jurisdiction Chapter XVI. The organization of he Apostolic Church designed to be permanent --
Chapter XVII. Ministry considered of divine appointment, in the second century --
Chapter XVIII. Bishops considered as successors of the Apostles in the government of the churches in the second century --
Chapter XIX. Historical characteristics of the first and second century, with a brief view of ecclesiastical technology in each --
Chapter XX. One bishop in a church, in the second century, but many inferior clergy --
Chapter XXI. Independence of bishops --
existence of Primates or Metropolitans --
Chapter XXII. Other customs relating to bishops, presbyters and deacon, laymen --
fasts-weekly, annual --
Festivals --
the Resurrection, Whitsunday, Christmas, Epiphany, Saints' days, states hours of prayer, vestments, surplice, celibacy --
Chapter XIII. Succession of bishops --
Primitive principles and practice in regard to --
Succession of the four great patriarchal sees, Rome, Alexandria, Antioch, and Jerusalem --
Chapter XXIV. Succession of the Church of England --
difference between Apostolic succession and Episcopal government --
English succession of Ephesus --
Bishops of Lyons, of Arles --
Archbishops of Canterbury, to Cranmer --
Consecrators of the archbishops since the Reformation --
Succession from Jerusalem --
Archbishops of London --
Patriarchs of Jerusalem --
Bishops of St. David's, of Llandaff --
Archbishops of York --
Chapter XXV. List of Scottish succession --
succession of the American Church --
Archbishops of Armagh --
Chapter XXVI. Succession of Church of Rome, with the list of bishops --
Chapter XXVII. Alleged breaks in the Apostolic succession --
Saxon church in the days of Aidan and Finnan --
Pretended excommunication of the English Church --
Chapter XXVIII. Independence of British, Saxon, and of the Norman churches , of the Romish --
Anglo-Norman churchmen --
Chapter XXIX. The English Reformation canonical --
the act of both clergy and laity --
Romish schism in England --
Alleged Presbyterianism of the English Reformers --
Chapter XXX. Unity of the church --
Christianity in the days of the Apostles --
in the second century --
in the fifth century --
Number of Christians in the fifth century

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