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   Part,  Chapter, Paragraph
1 Intro, A,3| Vincent of Lerins, the 5th century monastic Father of Gaul, 2 Intro, A,4| Catholic Church since the 16th century the “non-canonicalbooks 3 Intro, A,4| King Ptolemy II in the 3rd century B.C. to translate the Old 4 Intro, A,4| probably not before the 4th century. The nameapostolic” does 5 Intro, A,5| Cyril of Jerusalem (4th century) presents this to us especially 6 Intro, A,5| the Church in the fourth century, almost all of the tradition 7 Intro, A,9| John Damascene, the 8th century Holy Father who~summed up 8 Intro, B,2| was compiled in the eighth century by St. John Damascene under 9 Intro, B,2| Church up to the eighth century.~Among Russian theologians, 10 Intro, B,2| written in~the nineteenth century by Metropolitan Macarius 11 Intro, B,2| Exposition).~(These 19th century Russiansystems” of theology 12 Intro, B,2| systems are only a 19th~century attempt to do what St. John 13 Intro, B,2| Damascene did in the 8th century, and no one can deny that 14 Intro, C | Christian of the twentieth century cannot develop more completely 15 I, 1,5 | Valentinus in the second century and Eunomius~and the Anomoeans 16 I, 1,5 | Anomoeans in the fourth century, thought this way). The 17 I, 2,7 | obligatory in the ninth century, and~when Latin missionaries 18 I, 2,7 | the middle of the ninth century, the Filioque~was in their 19 I, 2,7 | Patriarchs~Photius (9th century) and Michael Cerularius ( 20 I, 2,7 | Michael Cerularius (11th century), and likewise by St. Mark 21 I, 2,7 | 1439). Adam Zernikav (18th century), who~converted from Roman 22 I, 2,7 | the~Confessor (in the 7th century), desiring to defend the 23 I, 2,8 | the first half of the 19th century (chiefly Schelling), there 24 I, 2,9 | against them.~2. In the third century, Paul of Samosata was accused 25 I, 2,9 | councils of Antioch in the~same century.~3. The most dangerous of 26 I, 2,9 | of Alexandria, in the 4th~century. Arius taught that the Word, 27 I, 2,9 | of the Church of the 4th century and part of the 5th century ( 28 I, 2,9 | century and part of the 5th century (Sts.~Athanasius the Great, 29 I, 2,9 | church prior to the 4th century;3) The writings of the Apostolic 30 I, 2,10 | Holy Spirit.~In the second century, the heretic Valentinus 31 I, 2,10 | as archbishop in the 4th century and found followers for~ 32 II, 6,3 | was spread in the third century by Paul of Samosata, who 33 II, 6,3 | Arian currents in the 4th century. They thought that Christ 34 II, 6,3 | 5th centuries.~In the 5th century there arose the heresy of 35 II, 6,3 | the human soul.~In the 5th century there was another heresy 36 II, 6,4 | The Fathers of the fourth century,~Sts. Athanasius, Ephraim 37 II, 6,4 | Theotokos.~In the fifth century, because of the heresy of 38 II, 6,4 | which lasted from the 12th century, when this teaching appeared, 39 II, 6,4 | appeared, until the 17th century,~when it was spread by Jesuits 40 II, 6,4 | the Empress Pulcheria (5th century), who~had built a church 41 II, 6,4 | not earlier than the 6th century), and~the Orthodox Church, 42 II, 7,4 | Eastern Patriarchs” (17th century), in reply to the teaching~ 43 II, 7,5 | divisions. In the early 19th century,~when Greece proclaimed 44 II, 7,5 | Constantinople.~In the 20th century Russian Orthodox Church, 45 II, 7,6 | shows only that in~the first century church terminology was not 46 II, 7,6 | to the end of the second~century (Against Heresies, pt. 3, 47 II, 8,1 | of Carthage in the third century decreed:~“Whosoever should 48 II, 8,4 | occurred in about the 13th century.~Moreover, at the present 49 II, 8,7 | Irenaeus of Lyons (second century), which says: “One must 50 II, 8,7 | Clement of Alexandria (third century) there is already a definite~ 51 II, 8,9 | Alexandria. In the fifth century, Pope Innocent I~answered 52 II, 8,9 | Church beginning in the 12th century and is~in clear contradiction 53 II, 9,3 | especially from the~fourth century onwards, concerning the 54 II, 9,3 | beginning of the second century there are direct indications 55 II, 9,3 | beginning of the second century) said:~“Having returned 56 II, 9,6 | accounts even of the second century, and then from the testimonies~ 57 II, 9,6 | beginning of the second century there is information on 58 Add, 0,3 | Eastern Patriarchs, 17th century). “Whether one member~suffer, 59 Add, 0,4 | without harm. In the fifth century the depiction of the immediate 60 Add, 0,7 | Unheard of before the~19th century, this belief has it that 61 App, 1 | theological thought of the 19th century. The seeming difference 62 App, 1 | beginning of the present century there appeared~an expectation 63 App, 2 | having become in the~fourth century the official religion of 64 App, 2 | second half of the 19th century did~not follow his lead; 65 App, 5,2 | first quarter of the second century (cf. St. Ignatius of Antioch). 66 App, 5,2 | which dates from the seventh century, there is the superscription:~“ 67 App, 5,2 | Church, until the eleventh century, only a very few of the 68 App, 5,2 | Church. With the eleventh century the transformation of the~ 69 App, 5,2 | the reason why, from that century on, the numbering of hierarchs~ 70 App, 5,2 | at~that time (the 11th century), the custom and procedures 71 App, 5,3 | out.~From the fourteenth century a decree has come down to 72 App, 5,4 | documents from the second century, Christians gathered yearly 73 App, 5,4 | Thus, in the sixteenth century, Photius, a monk of~the 74 App, 5,4 | until the mid-sixteenth century, there were in general no~ 75 App, 5,4 | but after the sixteenth century they began to appear.~In 76 App, 5,4 | the end of the sixteenth century,~there are seven Russian 77 App, 5,4 | all, until the sixteenth century, there were about seventy 78 App, 5,5 | the end of the last [18th] century such a hope was expressed


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