History of the Christian Church, Volume 3

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Wm. B. Eerdmans, 1910 - Church history
 

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The 4th volume of Schaff's "History" covers A.D. 590 to 1973, the Christianity's Mediaeval period, which covers, for example, on the conversion of Ireland (chapter 2, sections 14-16); on Islam's rise ... Read full review

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Contents

The New Position of the Church in the Empire
91
Rights and Privileges of the Church Secular Advantages
95
Support of the Clergy
100
Episcopal Jurisdiction and Intercession
102
Legal Sanction of Sunday The Civil Sabbath
105
Influence of Christianity on Civil Legislation The Justinian Code
107
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Elevation of Woman and the Family
111
Social Reforms The StateChurch and Slavery Care of the Poor and Unfortunate
115
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CHAPTER IX
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Abolition of Gladiatorial Shows
122
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Evils of the Union of Church and State Secularization of the Church
125
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Worldliness and Extravagance
127
Byzantine CourtChristianity
128
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Intrusion of Politics into Religion 181
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The EmperorPapacy and the Hierarchy
133
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Restriction of Religious Freedom and Persecution of Heretics
138
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CHAPTER IV
147
Origin of Christian Monasticism Comparison with other Forms of Asceticism
148
Development of Monasticism
156
Nature and Aim of Monasticism
159
Monasticism and the Bible
160
Lights and Shades of Monastic Life
163
Position of Monks in the Church
173
Influence and Effect of Monasticism
174
Paul of Thebes and St Anthony
179
Spread of Anchoritism Hilarion
188
Symeon and the PillarSaints
191
Pachomius and the Cloister Life
195
Fanatical and Heretical Monastic Societies in the East 19
199
Monasticism in the West Athanasius Ambrose Augustine Martin of Tours
200
St Jerome as Monk
205
42 St Paula
214
St Benedict of Nursia
216
CHAPTER V
234
Marriage and Celibacy of the Clergy
242
Moral characterof║ Clergy in general
250
║ The Lower Clergy 257
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53 The Bishops
263
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║l The Rival Patriarchs of Old and New Rome
284
is neur║ 288
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50 The Papacy 299 ſ║y
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it Opinions of the Fathers 302 e
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The Arian Controversy down to the Council of Nicaea 318325
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The Papacy from I to Gregory I A p 461590 323
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s║ List of the Ecumenical Councils y 349 3
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slim Donatists External History 860
363
73 Meetins║ at Antioch
372
it n║ in Cultus 87
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A D 325361
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The Church Year
386
The Christmas Cycle
394
An 894399
399
The Easter Cycle
400
The Time of Easter The Cycle of Pentecost
407
Confirmation Ordination
475
The Sacrament of the Eucharist
491
The Sacrifice of the Eucharist
501
Orthodox Christology Analysis and Criticism e onophysite Controversy xv
508
The Celebration of the Eucharist
511
The Liturgies Their Origin and Contents
517
The Oriental Liturgies
518
The Occidental Liturgies
531
CHAPTER VIII
539
Church Architecture
541
Consecration of Churches
544
Interior Arrangement of Churches
545
Architectural Style The Basilicas
551
The Byzantine Style
552
Baptisteries GraveChapels and Crypts
558
Crosses and Crucifixes
561
Images of Christ
563
Images of Madonna and Saints
571
Consecrated Gifts
574
Church Poetry and Music
575
The Poetry of the Oriental Church
578
The Latin Hymn
585
Latin Poets and Hymns
589
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A D 553
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Jacobites Copts Abyssinians Armenians Maronites
772
Works on the Pelagian Controversy
783
Character of the Pelagian Controversy
785
A D 411431
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148 The Pelagian Controversy in Palestine
794
Position of the Roman Church Condemnation of Pelagianism
797
Primitive State and Freedom of Man the Fall 802
802
Doctrine of Human Ability and Divine Grace
809
The Primitive State of Man and Free Will
816
The Fall and its Consequences
824
Original Sin and the Origin of the Soul
829
Arguments for the Doctrine of Original Sin and Hereditary Guilt
833
Answers to Pelagian Objections
837
Augustines Doctrine of Redeeming Grac
843
The Doctrine of Predestination
851
SemiPelagianism and SemiAugustinianism
857
A D 529
865
CHAPTER X
871
The Church Historians after Eusebius
879
Athanasius the Great
884
Basil the Great
893
Gregory of Nyssa
903
Gregory Nazianzen ║
908
Didymus of Alexandria
921
Cyril of Jerusalem
923
Epiphanius and the Haereseologues
926
John Chrysostom
933
Cyril of Alexandria
942
Ephraem the Syrian
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179 The Works of Augustine
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180 The Influence of Augustine upon Posterity and his Relation
1016
AirHusrrical INDEx to THE Szcond AND THIRD Woluwks
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