Duchesne. Histoire ancienne de l’église. 1907.

Histoire ancienne de l’église

(1907)

Author: Duchesne, L. (Louis), 1843-1922
Volumes: 3
Subject: Church history
Publisher: Paris : A. Fontemoing
Language: French
Call number: BR165 .D8 1907
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto
Collection: kellylibrary; toronto
Notes: tight gutter, book doesn’t open flat. Glass cuts of text.






Allard. Histoire des persécutions pendant les deux premiers siècles d’après les documents archéologiques. 1885.

Histoire des persécutions

pendant les deux premiers siècles

d’après les documents archéologiques

(1885)

Author: Allard, Paul, 1841-1916
Subject: Church history; Persecution
Publisher: Paris : Lecoffre
Language: French
Call number: AVS-2639
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto
Collection: kellylibrary; toronto

Möhler. Athanase le Grand et l’église de son temps en lutte avec l’arianisme. 1841.

Athanase le Grand

et l’église de son temps

en lutte avec l’arianisme

(1841)

Author: Möhler, Johann Adam, 1796-1838; Cohen, Jean, 1781-1848; Gregory, of Nazianzus, Saint
Subject: Athanasius, Saint, Patriarch of Alexandria, d. 373; Arianism; Theology, Doctrinal; Church
Publisher: Bruxelles : Publié par la Société Nationale
Language: French
Call number: AYZ-8548
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto
Collection: kellylibrary; toronto
Notes: No TOC

Baunard. Histoire de saint Ambroise. 1899.

Histoire de saint Ambroise

(1899)

Author: Baunard, Mgr., 1826-1919
Subject: Ambrose, Saint, Bishop of Milan, d. 397
Publisher: Paris : Poussielgue
Language: French
Call number: AJZ-6040
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: Kelly – University of Toronto
Collection: kellylibrary; toronto

Ambroise fut donné au IVe siècle pour l’achèvement de la ruine du paganisme et l’établissement du règne public de Jésus-Christ. D’autres Pères sont plus que lui théologiens, orateurs, apologistes de la foi; Ambroise est surtout évêque, c’est l’homme de l’Église; et tout ce qu’il tenait de la nature, de la race, de la grâce et de l’étude, il le mit au service de l’émancipation, de l’organisation, de l’exaltation de l’Église de Jésus-Christ. — D’abord affranchir l’Église, la soustraire à la tutelle tracassière ou oppressive des premiers Césars chrétiens ; revendiquer sa liberté : liberté d’élection et de consécration pour le sacerdoce, liberté de vocation et de profession pour l’institut religieux, liberté de succession pour le Saint-Siège romain, livré dès lors à la calomnie et à des violences cupides; — puis organiser le régime intérieur de l’Eglise, donner à la doctrine une puis- sante unité, donner au culte sa forme, à la prière publique ses règles et ses harmonies, au sacerdoce son code, à la discipline ses règles; — enfin iriser l’Église dans la société, lui conquérir sa part légitime d’action dans la protection des peuples, insuffler son esprit dans la législation, mettre son influence dans les affaires publiques, et au besoin opposer aux excès du césarisme le frein d’une loi de justice ou d’expiation; enfin, par ce moyen, transformer l’empire païen en monarchie catholique, en faisant du César le ministre de Dieu et le soldat du Christ, avec la croix pour sceptre et l’Évangile pour code : telle fut la mission d’Ambroise, telle est l’unité de son œuvre et ce qui la marque dans l’histoire d’un caractère propre.

Hefele. Histoire des conciles d’après les documents originaux. 1869.

Histoire des conciles d’après les documents originaux (1869)

Author: Hefele, Karl Joseph von, 1809-1893; Goschler, I. (Isidore), 1804-1866; Delarc, O. (Odon), d. 1898
Volumes: 12
Subject: Councils and synods
Publisher: Paris, A. Le Clère
Language: French
Digitizing sponsor: Boston Library Consortium Member Libraries
Book contributor: University of Connecticut Libraries
Collection: uconn_libraries; blc; americana

Vols. 1-11, Paris, A. Le Clère, H. Le Clère, Reichel.
V. 12, Lyon, H. Pélagaud

Vols. 3-11, translated by Delarc.

Includes bibliographical references.

T. 1. Introduction. Conciles antérieurs à celui de Nicée jusqu’au concile de Sardique.
T. 2. 343-451.
T. 3. 451-680.
T. 4 626-758.
T. 5. 755-870.
T. 6. 870-1085.
T. 7. 1085-1198.
T. 8 1199-1273.
T. 9. 1274-1378.
T. 10. 1378-1416.
T. 11. 1414-1449.
T. 12. Table générale des matières.


Pastor. The history of the popes, from the close of the middle ages : drawn from the secret Archives of the Vatican and other original sources; from the German. 1891.

The history of the popes,

from the close of the middle ages:

drawn from the secret Archives of the Vatican

and other original sources;

from the German (1891)

Author: Pastor, Ludwig, freiherr von, 1854-1928
Volumes: 40
Subject: Papacy; Catholic Church; Popes
Publisher: London, J. Hodges
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: English
Call number: 270583
Digitizing sponsor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Book contributor: Princeton Theological Seminary Library
Collection: Princeton; americana

Half title, v.1-2: Catholic standard library

V.1-6 ed. by F.I. Antrobus.
V.7-24 ed. by R.F. Kerr.
V.25-34 ed. by Ernest Graf.
V. 35-40 ed. by E.F. Peeler

Publisher varies:
V.3-34, K. Paul, Trench Trübner, & co., ltd.
V. 35-40, Routledge and K. Paul, ltd

V.3-6, 11-12: 2d edition

With Bibliographies


Thierry. St. Jean Chrysostome et l’impératrice Eudoxie : la société chrétienne en Orient. 1874.

RÉCITS DE L’HISTOIRE ROMAINE
AU Ve SIèCLE

ST JEAN CHRYSOSTOME

ET

L’IMPÉRATRICE EUDOXIE

LA SOCIÉTÉ CHRÉTIENNE EN ORIENT

PAR AMÉDÉE THIERRY
Membre de l’Institut.

Deuxième édition.

PARIS
LIBRAIRIE ACADÉMIQUE
DIDIER ET Ce, LIBRAIRES-ÉDITEURS
QUAI DES AUGUSTINS, 35
1874

La vie publique de Jean Chrysostome, archevêque de Constantinople et le prince des orateurs de l’Église d’Orient, se compose de deux grands événements liés de la façon la plus étroite à l’histoire du Ve siècle : d’abord cette querelle avec l’eunuque Eutrope, à propos de l’immunité des asiles, qui contribua puissamment à la chute du ministre d’Arcadius; puis sa lutte contre l’impératrice Eudoxie, qui attira sur sa tête des persécutions sans nombre , et enfin l’exil et la mort.
Le premier de ces événements a pris place dans un de nos précédents récits, celui qui concerne les trois ministres des iils de Théodose, Rufin, Eutrope et Stilicon, ces hommes si funestes à leurs maîtres, ut plus encore au monde romain. Le deuxième fera la matière des récits qui vont suivre.
La lutte entre Ghrysostome et la femme d’Arcadius fait partie de l’histoire générale, parce que l’univers romain y fut tout entier mêlé, l’Occident comme l’Orient, la vieille Rome comme la nouvelle, le pape comme les empereurs, les évêques comme les clercs des églises, le peuple comme les fonctionnaires et les courtisans : tout le monde, en un mot, y prit part dans un camp ou dans l’autre. Les ressorts de toutes les passions humaines, la haine, l’affection, l’envie, furent mis en jeu pour ou contre avec une égale intensité, au sein de la société chrétienne : les païens eux-mêmes s’émurent. Ce drame si varié dans ses péripéties, si tragique dans son dénoûment, fait donc passer sous nos yeux le tableau de cette société sons ses formes et dans ses conditions les plus diverses.
Saint Jérôme a été pour nous le sujet d’un travail analogue, mais relatif surtout à l’Occident. Nous avons montré se groupant autour de cet homme éminent par le génie, mais sans autorité directe sur les peuples, et simple prêtre, des individualités notables du patriciat, tout le clergé romain, et des femmes qui unissaient aux plus grands noms le savoir et la richesse. Toutefois le cadre du tableau était restreint, et les faits, si intéressants qu’ils fussent au point de vue humain, ne se rattachaient qu’imparfaitement aux grandes lignes de l’histoire.
Il en est autrement de Chrysostome. Tout dans la vie du patriarche de Constantinople est historique au premier chef, et sa personnalité qui se détache avec tant de relief au milieu des événements n’en saurait être séparée. Chrysostome, dans nos récits, est l’archevêque plutôt que l’orateur à qui sa douce et abondante élocution fit donner le surnom de bouche d’or. Homme du gouvernement épiscopal visà-vis de son clergé et des autres clergés d’Orient, il représenta vis-à-vis de l’empereur et de la cour l’autorité ecclésiastique dans ses droits réels comme dans ses écarts. A l’aide de ce double caractère, nous avons pu entrer dans l’analyse de la société orientale plus profondément que ne l’eût jamais permis l’histoire profane la plus détaillée.



Souter. The character and history of Pelagius’ Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul. 1916.

THE CHARACTER AND HISTORY OF

PELAGIUS’ COMMENTARY ON THE

EPISTLES OF ST. PAUL

**

BY PROFESSOR A. SOUTER

Read March 15, 1916

NINE years ago, when last I had the honour to address the Academy, 1 I chose as my subject, ‘ The Commentary of Pelagius on the Epistles of Paul : The Problem of its Restoration ‘. In that lecture I endeavoured to sketch the history of the attempts to recover the lost commentary of Pelagius, the oldest extant book by a British author, and called attention to the anonymous MS., no. CXIX, of the Reichenau collection in the Grand-Ducal Library at Karlsruhe, which I claimed to be the only known example of the work in its original form. I also argued that it was the Vulgate text of the epistles that was employed by the author as the basis of his commentary, and suggested that this Reichenau MS. might thus be the best surviving authority for that text. It was at the same time my good fortune to prove for the first time that the related commentary, printed under the name of Primasius, was none other than the revision of the Pelagius commentary, which Cassiodorus and his pupils prepared. The lecture dealt also with other matters, which need not now be referred to.

Souter. The character and history of Pelagius’ Commentary on the Epistles of St. Paul [1916].

Moore. The treatise of Novatian, On the Trinity. 1919.

LITERATURE. SERIES II
LATIN TEXTS

THE TREATISE

OF NOVATIAN

ON THE TRINITY

By

HERBERT MOORE M. A.

SOCIETY FOR. PROMOTING
CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE. London
The Macmillan Company. New York.

1919

It is hard to believe that the author of the treatise On the Trinity was simply an ambitious schemer, who adopted a popular theory to secure his own advancement. We may give him credit for having acted from the same zeal for the good of the Church and the glory of God which had led him previously to use his great abilities as a writer to explain the Catholic faith, his devotion to which was perfectly sincere. Religious speculations, some wild and fanciful, others deeply philosophical, were abroad in abundance, springing mostly from Greek or Eastern thinkers. Without the Church, some of these teachers tried to incorporate Christian elements into their systems ; while within, men who professed the faith had allowed these speculations to draw them from the faith as the Church understood it, into forms of opinion which the Church called heresy. Tertullian, in Africa, had written various treatises to purge the faith from these erroneous ideas, and to explain what it really is ; Novatian decided to do the same at Rome. He is the first great Roman writer; great, not only in his powers of thought, but in the cultured style, based upon his study of the best Latin authors, which he was able to devote to the expression of it.

Moore. The treatise of Novatian, On the Trinity (1919).

Neander. History of the planting and training of the Christian church by the Apostles : [with the author’s final additions, also, His Antignostikus; or, Spirit of Tertullian]. 1851.

HISTORY

OF THE

PLANTING AND TRAINING

OF THE

CHRISTIAN CHURCH

BY

THE APOSTLES.

BY

DR. AUGUSTUS NEANDER,

ORDINARY PROFESSOR OF THEOLOGY IN THE UNIVERSITY OF BERLIN,
CONSISTORIAL COUNSELLOR, ETC.

TRANSLATED
FROM THE THIRD EDITION OF THE ORIGINAL GERMAN
BY J. R. RYLAND.

LONDON ;
HENRY G. BOHN, YORK STREET, COVENT GARDEN.
1851.

It was not my intention to give a complete history of the Apostolic age, but only what the title, advisedly selected, indicates. I have prefixed to it the Introduction from the first volume of my Church History, reserving the recasting of the whole work for a new edition, should God permit.

In reference to the arrangement of the whole plan, and the mutual relation of the parts of the representation, I must beg the reader to suspend his judgment awhile, till the completion of the whole by the publication of the second part.

It will be my constant aim to carry on to its conclusion the whole of the work I have undertaken on the history of the Church, if God con tinue to grant me strength and resolution for the purpose. Meanwhile, a brief compendium of Church History on the principles of my arrange ment, but enriched with literary notices, will be published. My dear friend, Professor Rheinwald, of Bonn, having been prevented by his new duties from executing this work, it has been undertaken at my request by another of my friends, Mr. Licentiate Vogt, already favourably known to the theological public by his share in editing the Homilarium, and still more commended to the public favour by his literary labours on the Pseudo-Dionysius, and the Life and Times of Gerson, Chancellor of Paris. May he receive from every quarter that public favour and encouragement which his character, acquirements, and performances deserve !



Marone. Esegesi biblica e Teologia sacramentaria nella prima fase della Controversia Donatista. 2006.

ESEGESI BIBLICA E TEOLOGIA SACRAMENTARIA NELLA PRIMA FASE DELLA CONTROVERSIA DONATISTA

Paola Marone

REPORTATA 4 (2006) ISSN 2036637X

In Africa, mentre i donatisti per giustificare la liceità dello scisma si ispiravano direttamente a Cipriano e in molti casi estremizzavano e radicalizzavano le idee di quell’illustre Padre della Chiesa, i cattolici, stavano cominciando a guardare con favore alle deliberazioni della Chiesa di Roma. Tuttavia non sembra fuori luogo dire che per vari decenni gli scritti polemici dei dissidenti siano rimasti senza un’adeguata risposta, proprio perché tale risposta inevitabilmente avrebbe portato a rivedere, e forse anche mettere in discussione, l’autorità di Cipriano. Ottato, a quanto risulta dalle testimonianze antiche, per primo si cimentò nella confutazione di un’opera scritta da uno scismatico e in questo suo lavoro si confrontò con svariate tematiche di carattere storico e religioso, facendo sempre largo uso della Scrittura.

This article is cited and included here with the explicit and kind permit of it’s author. Please refer to Ms. Marone to any observation regarding this great work. All rights reserved.

Marone. Esegesi biblica e Teologia sacramentaria nella prima fase della Controversia Donatista. 2006.

Bruce. The Epistle to the Hebrews, the first apology for Christianity. An exegetical study. 1899.

THE

EPISTLE TO THE HEBREWS

THE FIRST APOLOGY FOR CHRISTIANITY
AN EXEGETICAL STUDY

BY
ALEXANDER BALMAIN BRUCE, D.D.
PROFESSOR OF APOLOGETICS AND NEW TESTAMENT EXEGESIS IN THE
FREE CHURCH COLLEGE, GLASGOW.
AUTHOR OF
“THE KINGDOM OF GOD” “ST. PAUL’S CONCEPTION OF CHRISTIANITY”
“THE TRAINING OF THE TWELVE” “THE HUMILIATION OF CHRIST”
“APOLOGETICS; OR, CHRISTIANITY DEFENSIVELY STATED”
ETC. ETC.

CHARLES SCRIBNER’S SONS
153, 155, AND 157 FIFTH AVENUE
NEW YORK CITY
1899

This work is a companion to The Kingdom of God and St. Paul’s Conception of Christianity, published respectively in 1889 and 1894.
The greater part of the contents appeared in the pages of The Expositor in 1888, 1889, 1890. All has been carefully revised, some portions have been re-written, and a chapter on the theological import of the Epistle, entirely new, has been added at the end of the book. The recent literature of the subject has been duly taken into account in footnotes on important points connected with the exposition.
Among the works referred to in these new notes, the chief are the Commentaries of Westcott (1889), Vaughan (1890), Weiss (in Meyer), and von Soden (in Handcommentar). To these may be added the work of Ménégoz on the theology of the Epistle (La Theologie de L’Épitre aux Hebreux, 1894). It gives me pleasure to name here a book just published on the same subject by the Rev. George Milligan, son of the late Professor Milligan, some sheets of which I had an opportunity of reading while it was passing through the press.
I had expected, and even hoped, that recent publications on this important book of the New Testament would have made a new contribution to its interpretation superfluous. I cannot honestly say that I have found this to be the case. The last word has not yet been spoken. The interpretation of the letter has been carried to a high degree of perfection. But there is room and need for fresh work in the unveiling of the soul of this sacred writing, in the light of its author’s aim, which I take to be to show the excellence of Christianity to a community possessing a very defective insight into its true nature. It is indeed the first apology for Christianity, as indicated in my sub-title. Readers will judge how far I have succeeded in placing this view of the book on a solid foundation.
I can at least claim for this effort that it is not the product of a brief and hasty consideration. It is the mature fruit of study carried on for a period of thirty years—a fact which I deemed it not unfitting to commemorate in the form of a dedication to friends to whom my thoughts were communicated in their earliest shape.
I owe thanks to my esteemed colleague, Professor Denney, D.D., for assisting me in reading the proof sheets, and for offering some valuable suggestions.

A. B. BRUCE.

Glasgow, March 1899.