Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Second Series, Volume XI Sulpitius Severus, Vincent of Lerins, John Cassian

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SULPITIUS SEVERUS Pgb
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VINCENT OF LfiRINS
123
INTRODUCTION
127
The Object of the Following Treatise
131
A General Rule for distinguishing the Truth of the Catholic Faith from the Falsehood of Heretical Pravity
132
A difficulty solved
133
The Example of the Martyrs whom no force could deter from maintaining the Faith of their Predecessors
134
I How Heretics craftily cite obscure passages in ancient writers in support of their novelties
136
Tertullian
145
The Characteristics of a true Catholic
146
I The same continued
147
Of Development in Religious Doctrine J47 Chapter XXIV Renewed consideration of 1 Tim vi 20
149
Heretics appeal to Scripture
150
Following therein the example of Satan
151
Rule for the Interpretation of Scripture
152
Recapitulation of the subject matter of both Commonitories
153

St Pauls warning to the Galatians a warning to all
137
The words of Moses Dent xiii i exemplified in the History of the Church
138
The Heresies of Photinus Apollinarisi and Nestorius
139
The Catholic Doctrine of the Trinity and of the Incarnation
140
Jesus Christ very Man
141
The Word took our Nature in the Womb of the Blessed Virgin whence She is truly Theotocos the Mother of God
143
The Council of Ephesus
154
The Example set by the Fathers of the Council of Ephesus
155
Chapter XXXI11 Conclusion
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JOHN CASSIAN
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By Edgar C S Gibson M A Principal of the Theological College Wblls Somerset
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