Gifford. Ευσεβιου του Παμφιλου Ευαγγελικής Προπαρασκευής Λογοι ΙΕ. 1903.

Ευσεβιου του Παμφιλου
Ευαγγελικής Προπαρασκευής

Λογοι ΙΕ

EUSEBII PAMPHILI
EVANGELICAE PRAEPARATIONIS

LIBRI XV

AD CODICES MANUSCRIPTOS DENUO COLLATOS RECENSUIT
ANGLICE NUNC PRIMUM REDDIDIT
NOTIS ET INDICIBUS INSTRUXIT

E. H. GIFFORD, S. T. P.
OLIM ARCHIDIACONUS LONDINENSIS

OXONII
E TYPOGRAPHEO ACADEMICO
M.CM.III

Author: Eusebius, of Caesarea, Bishop of Caesarea, ca. 260-ca. 340; Gifford, Edwin Hamilton, 1820-1905
Volumes: 4
Publisher: Oxonii e Typographeo academico [Londini et Novi Eboraci, H. Frowde]
Possible copyright status: NOT_IN_COPYRIGHT
Language: Greek
Call number: AAA-9075
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto
Scanfactors: 2

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Ευσεβιου του Παμφιλου Ευαγγελικής Προπαρασκευής

The Fathers of the Church. A new translation.

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Fleury. Abrégé de l’histoire ecclésiastique de M. l’abbé Fleury. 1750.

Abregé de L’Histoire Ecclesiastique

de Mr. L’Abbé Fleury

Contenant les I. II. III. & IV. Siècles.

Author: Fleury, Claude, 1640-1723; Morenas, François, 1702-1774
Subject: Église catholique; Papes
Publisher: Avignon : C. Delorme
Language: French
Call number: BX 944 .F55 1750
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: University of Ottawa
Collection: universityofottawa; toronto

NOTA: The volumes 6 and 8 has not been released yet. The last volumes, 9 and 10, was written by Morenas as continuation of the first 8 volumes of this collection.


Hoppe. De sermone Tertullianeo quaestiones selectae. 1897.

De sermone Tertullianeo quaestiones selectae

(1897)

Author: Hoppe, Heinrich, 1868-

Subject: Tertullian, ca. 160-ca. 230

Publisher: Marburgi Chattorum

Language: Latin

Call number: AGB-9833

Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto

Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto

Collection: robarts; toronto

Batiffol. La littérature grecque [Anciennes Littératures Chrétiennes I]. 1901.

La littérature grecque

(1901)

Author: Batiffol, Pierre, 1861-1929
Subject: Littérature chrétienne primitive; Pères de l’Église; Pères de l’Église grecs
Publisher: Paris : Librairie Victor Lecoffre
Language: French
Call number: BR 67 .B3847 1901
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: University of Ottawa
Collection: universityofottawa; toronto

Table des matières

  • Première période : Les primitifs

I. Littérature épistolaire
II. Origines de l’histoire
III. Prophètes et homélistes
IV. Littérature didactique
V. La liturgie. La poésie. L’épigraphie.

  • Seconde période : D’Hippolyte de Rome a Lucien d’Antioche

I. Évêques et synodes
II. Écoles et docteurs

  • Troisième période : d’Athanase a Justinien

I. Conciles et canons
II. Les historiographes
III. Liturgies, homélistes, spirituels, poètes
IV. Théologiens et exégètes

Hauck. Tertullian’s Leben und Schriften. 1877.

Tertullian’s Leben und Schriften

(1877)

Author: Hauck, Albert, 1845-1918
Subject: Tertullian, ca. 160-ca. 230
Publisher: Erlangen A. Deichert
Language: German
Call number: ABU-4542
Digitizing sponsor: University of Toronto
Book contributor: Robarts – University of Toronto
Collection: robarts; toronto

Monceaux. Saint Cyprien, évêque de Carthage, 210-258. 1914.

Saint Cyprien,

évêque de Carthage,

210-258

(1914)

Author: Monceaux, Paul, 1859-1941
Subject: Cyprien, saint, évêque de Carthage; Pères de l’Église
Publisher: Paris : Gabalda
Language: French
Call number: BR 1720 .C8 M627 1914
Digitizing sponsor: University of Ottawa
Book contributor: University of Ottawa
Collection: universityofottawa; toronto
Notes: Pages between 96-109 are out of order.

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.

Bindley. St. Cyprian on the Lord’s prayer; an English translation, with introduction. 1914.

ST. CYPRIAN

ON

THE LORD’S PRAYER

AN ENGLISH TRANSLATION, WITH
INTRODUCTION

BY

T. HERBERT BINDLEY, M.A., D.D.

PRINCIPAL OF CODRINGTON COLLEGE, BARBADOS ; EXAMINING CHAPLAIN
TO THE LORD BISHOP.

PUBLISHED UNDER THE DIRECTION OF THE TRACT COMMITTEE

LONDON :
SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING CHRISTIAN KNOWLEDGE,
NORTHUMBERLAND AVENUE, W.C. ; 43, QUEEN VICTORIA STREET, E.G.
BRIGHTON : 129, NORTH STREET.
NEW YORK : EDWIN S. GORHAM.
1914

THE little work of St. Cyprian’s which is here presented in an English translation is in a very true and real sense an ” EARLY CHURCH CLASSIC,” for it was early accorded by the Church the position of the recognized standard treatise on the LORD’S PRAYER. So high was the esteem in which it was held that St. Hilary of Poitiers, writing just one hundred years later (A. D. 354), considered himself relieved from the task of commenting on the LORD’S PRAYER when, in the course of his Exposition on St. Matthew, he came to Chapter vi. 9-13, preferring rather to send his readers to St. Cyprian’s well-known book

Bindley. St. Cyprian on the Lord’s prayer; an English translation, with introduction (1914)

Donker. Athanasius’s Contribution to the Alexandrian Textual Tradition of the Pauline Epistles: An Initial Exploration. 2008.

Gerald Donker.

“Athanasius’s Contribution to the Alexandrian Textual Tradition of the Pauline Epistles: An Initial Exploration”

Abstract: Athanasius frequently quotes the Pauline epistles in his writings. The author examines and classifies Athanasius’s references to these works as citations, adaptations, or allusions. He then considers whether it is likely that Athanasius was quoting from memory or copying a written text. Finally, he discusses the agreement of Athanasius’s text with Primary and Secondary Alexandrian witnesses, as well as with the Byzantine text-type.

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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 !