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Ambrose Of Milan Concerning Virgins.
Ambrose Of Milan Concerning Widows.
Ambrose Of Milan Exposition of the Christian Faith.
Ambrose of Milan Letters 1-10
Ambrose of Milan Letters 11-20
Ambrose of Milan Letters 21-30
Ambrose of Milan Letters 31-40
Ambrose of Milan Letters 41-50
Ambrose of Milan Letters 51-60
Ambrose of Milan Letters 61-70
Ambrose of Milan Letters 71-80
Ambrose of Milan Letters 81-91
Ambrose Of Milan On Repentance.
Ambrose Of Milan On the Decease of His Brother Satyrus.
Ambrose Of Milan On the Duties of the Clergy.
Ambrose Of Milan On the Holy Spirit.
Ambrose Of Milan On the Mysteries.
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book I
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book II
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book III
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book IV
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book V
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book VI
Anonymous Constitutions of the Holy Apostles: Book VII
Anonymous The Martyrdom of Polycarp
Anonymous The Passion of the Holy Martyrs Perpetua and Felicitas.
Anonymous The Story of Barlaam and Ioasaph
Anonymous Treatise on Re-baptism.
Anonymus Treatise Against the Heretic Novatian.
Aristides The Apology
Arnobius The Seven Books of Arnobius Against the Heathen
Athanasius of Alexandria Against The Arians. (Orationes contra Arianos)
Athanasius of Alexandria Against The Heathen
Athanasius of Alexandria Apology to the Emperor. (Apologia Ad Constantium.)
Athanasius of Alexandria Arian History. (historia Arianorum Ad Monachos.)
Athanasius of Alexandria Defence Against The Arians. (apologia Contra Arianos.)
Athanasius of Alexandria Defence Of His Flight. (apologia De Fuga)
Athanasius of Alexandria Defence Of The Nicene Definition. (de Decretis.)
Athanasius of Alexandria Letters to Serapion concerning the Holy SPirit
Athanasius of Alexandria On The Councils Of Ariminum And Seleucia. (de Synodis)
Athanasius of Alexandria On the Incarnation of the Word.
Athanasius of Alexandria Synodal Letter to the Bishops of Africa. (Ad Afros Epistola Synodica.)
Athanasius of Alexandria Synodal Letter to the People of Antioch. (Tomus ad Antiochenos.)
Athanasiusof Alexandria Defence Of Dionysius. (de Sententia Dionysii.)
Athenagoras A Plea for the Christians
Athenagoras On the Resurrection of the Dead
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise Against Two Letters Of The Pelagians. — Book I
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise on Faith and the Creed.
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise On Grace And Free Will.
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise On The Grace Of Christ, And On Original Sin.
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise On The Predestination Of The Saints
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise On The Predestination Of The Saints. — A Treatise on the Gift of Perseverance.
Augustine of Hippo A Treatise On The Soul And Its Origin.
Augustine of Hippo Against Lying.
Augustine of Hippo Concerning Faith of Things Not Seen.
Augustine of Hippo Lectures or Tractates on the Gospel according to St. John
Augustine of Hippo Letters
Augustine of Hippo Of Holy Virginity.
Augustine of Hippo Of the Work of Monks.
Augustine of Hippo On Care to Be Had for the Dead.
Augustine of Hippo On Christian Doctrine
Augustine of Hippo On Continence.
Augustine of Hippo On Lying.
Augustine of Hippo On Man's Perfection in Justice
Augustine of Hippo On Marriage And Concupiscence.
Augustine of Hippo On Nature and Grace
Augustine of Hippo On Patience.
Augustine of Hippo On Rebuke and Grace
Augustine of Hippo On the Catechising of the Uninstructed.
Augustine of Hippo On the Creed.
Augustine of Hippo On the Good of Marriage.
Augustine of Hippo On the Good of Widowhood.
Augustine of Hippo On the Merits and Forgiveness of Sins, and on the Baptism of Infants
Augustine of Hippo On the Proceedings of Pelagius
Augustine of Hippo On the Psalms
Augustine of Hippo On the Spirit and the Letter
Augustine of Hippo On the Trinity.
Augustine of Hippo Our Lord’s Sermon On The Mount.
Augustine of Hippo Soliloquies.
Augustine of Hippo Ten Tractates on the Epistle of John to the Parthians.
Augustine of Hippo The City of God
Augustine of Hippo The Confessions
Augustine of Hippo The Harmony of the Gospels
Barnabas The Epistle of Barnabas
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 1. Prefatory remarks on the need of exact investigation of the most minute portions of theology.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 10. Against those who say that it is not right to rank the Holy Spirit with the Father and the Son.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 11. That they who deny the Spirit are transgressors.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 12. Against those who assert that the baptism in the name of the Father alone is sufficient.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 13. Statement of the reason why in the writings of Paul the angels are associated with the Father and the Son.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 14. Objection that some were baptized unto Moses and believed in him, and an answer to it; with remarks upon types.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 15. Reply to the suggested objection that we are baptized “into water.” Also concerning baptism.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 16. That the Holy Spirit is in every conception inseparable from the Father and the Son, alike in the creation of perceptible objects, in the dispensation of human affairs, and in the judgment to come.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 17. Against those who say that the Holy Ghost is not to be numbered with, but numbered under, the Father and the Son. Wherein moreover there is a summary notice of the faith concerning right sub-numeration.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 18. In what manner in the confession of the three hypostases we preserve the pious dogma of the Monarchia. Wherein also is the refutation of them that allege that the Spirit is subnumerated.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 19. Against those who assert that the Spirit ought not to be glorified.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 2.The origin of the heretics' close observation of syllables.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 20. Against those who maintain that the Spirit is in the rank neither of a servant nor of a master, but in that of the free.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 21. Proof from Scripture that the Spirit is called Lord.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 22. Establishment of the natural communion of the Spirit from His being, equally with the Father and the Son, unapproachable in thought.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 23. The glorifying of the enumeration of His attributes.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 24. Proof of the absurdity of the refusal to glorify the Spirit, from the comparison of things glorified in creation.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 25. That Scripture uses the words “in” or “by,” ἐν, cf. note on p. 3, in place of “with.” Wherein also it is proved that the word “and” has the same force as “with.”
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 26. That the word “in,” in as many senses as it bears, is understood of the Spirit.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 27. Of the origin of the word “with,” and what force it has. Also concerning the unwritten laws of the church.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 28. That our opponents refuse to concede in the case of the Spirit the terms which Scripture uses in the case of men, as reigning together with Christ.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 29. Enumeration of the illustrious men in the Church who in their writings have used the word “with.”
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 3. The systematic discussion of syllables is derived from heathen philosophy.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 30. Exposition of the present state of the Churches.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 4. That there is no distinction in the scriptural use of these syllables.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 5. That “through whom” is said also in the case of the Father, and “of whom” in the case of the Son and of the Spirit.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 6. Issue joined with those who assert that the Son is not with the Father, but after the Father. Also concerning the equal glory.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 7. Against those who assert that it is not proper for “with whom” to be said of the Son, and that the proper phrase is “through whom.”
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 8. In how many ways “Through whom” is used; and in what sense “with whom” is more suitable. Explanation of how the Son receives a commandment, and how He is sent.
Basil Of Caesarea De Spiritu Sancto. — 9. Definitive conceptions about the Spirit which conform to the teaching of the Scriptures.
Basil Of Caesarea Letters
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — “The Earth was Invisible and Unfinished.”
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — In the Beginning God made the Heaven and the Earth.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — On the Firmament.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — The creation of luminous bodies.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — The creation of moving creatures.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — The creation of terrestrial animals.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — The Germination of the Earth.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexaemeron. — Upon the gathering together of the waters.
Basil Of Caesarea The Hexæmeron. — The creation of fowl and water animals.
Clement Of Alexandria Exhortation to Endurance, or, To the Newly Baptized
Clement Of Alexandria Exhortation to the Heathen
Clement Of Alexandria The Instructor
Clement Of Alexandria The Stromata, or Miscellanies
Clement Of Alexandria Who is the Rich Man that shall be saved?
Commodianus The Instructions of Commodianus in favour of Christian Discipline, Against the Gods of the Heathens
Cyprian An Address to Demetrianus
Cyprian Exhortation to Martyrdom, Addressed to Fortunatus
Cyprian Exhortation to Repentance
Cyprian On Jealousy and Envy
Cyprian On Mortality
Cyprian On Public Shows
Cyprian On the Advantage of Patience
Cyprian On the Dress of Virgins
Cyprian On the Lapsed
Cyprian On the Lord’s Prayer
Cyprian On the Unity of the Church
Cyprian On the Vanity of Idols
Cyprian On Works and Alms
Cyprian The Epistles of Cyprian.
Cyprian The Seventh Council of Carthage under Cyprian. Concerning the Baptism of Heretics.
Cyprian Three Books of Testimonies Against the Jews
Cyprian. Of the Discipline and Advantage of Chastity
Cyprian. On the Glory of Martyrdom
Cyril of Alexandria Commentary on the Gospel according to John
Cyril of Alexandria That Christ is One (Quod unus sit Christus)
Cyril of Jerusalem Almighty.
Cyril of Jerusalem Concerning the Unity of God. On the Article, I Believe in One God. Also Concerning Heresies.
Cyril of Jerusalem Continuation of the Discourse on the Holy Ghost.
Cyril of Jerusalem Of Faith.
Cyril of Jerusalem On Baptism.
Cyril of Jerusalem On Repentance and Remission of Sins, and Concerning the Adversary.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Article, And in One Holy Ghost, the Comforter, Which Spake in the Prophets.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Clause, and in One Lord Jesus Christ, with a Reading from the First Epistle to the Corinthians.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Clause, And Shall Come in Glory to Judge the Quick and the Dead; Of Whose Kingdom There Shall Be No End.
Cyril Of Jerusalem On the Mysteries. I: On the Baptismal Liturgy
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Mysteries. II: On Baptism.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Mysteries. III: On Chrism.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Mysteries. IV: On the Body and Blood of Christ.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Mysteries. V: On the Sacred Liturgy and Communion.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Ten Points of Doctrine.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the words Incarnate, and Made Man.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Words, And in One Holy Catholic Church, and in the Resurrection of the Flesh, and the Life Everlasting.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Words, And Rose Again from the Dead on the Third Day, and Ascended into the Heavens, and Sat on the Right Hand of the Father.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the words, Crucified and Buried.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Words, Maker of Heaven and Earth, and of All Things Visible and Invisible.
Cyril of Jerusalem On the Words, the Only-Begotten Son of God, Begotten of the Father Very God Before All Ages, by Whom All Things Were Made.
Cyril of Jerusalem The Father.
Cyril of Jerusalem To those who are to be Enlightened, delivered extempore at Jerusalem, as an Introductory Lecture to those who had come forward for Baptism.
Cyril Of Jerusalem. Procatechesis, or Prologue to the Catechetical Lectures
Gregory Nazianzen Against The Arians, and Concerning Himself.
Gregory Nazianzen First Invective Against Julian The Emperor.
Gregory Nazianzen Funeral Oration on the Great S. Basil, Bishop of Cæsarea in Cappadocia.
Gregory Nazianzen In Defence of His Flight to Pontus, and His Return, After His Ordination to the Priesthood, with an Exposition of the Character of the Priestly Office.
Gregory Nazianzen Letters
Gregory Nazianzen On Easter and His Reluctance.
Gregory Nazianzen On His Father's Silence, Because of the Plague of Hail.
Gregory Nazianzen On his Sister Gorgonia.
Gregory Nazianzen On Pentecost.
Gregory Nazianzen On the Arrival of the Egyptians.
Gregory Nazianzen On the Death of His Father.
Gregory Nazianzen On the Great Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria.
Gregory Nazianzen On the Theophany, or Birthday of Christ.
Gregory Nazianzen On the Words of the Gospel, 'When Jesus Had Finished These Sayings,' Etc.--S. Matt. xix. 1.
Gregory Nazianzen Oration on the Holy Lights.
Gregory Nazianzen Panegyric on His Brother S. Cæsarius.
Gregory Nazianzen Second Invective Against Julian The Emperor
Gregory Nazianzen The Last Farewell in the Presence of the One Hundred and Fifty Bishops.
Gregory Nazianzen The Oration on Holy Baptism.
Gregory Nazianzen The Second Oration on Easter.
Gregory Nazianzen To His Father, When He Had Entrusted to Him the Care of the Church of Nazianzus.
Gregory Nazianzen To Those Who Had Invited Him, and Not Come to Receive Him.
Gregory Nazianzen. The Fifth Theological Oration. On the Holy Spirit.
Gregory Nazianzen. The First Theological Oration. A Preliminary Discourse Against the Eunomians.
Gregory Nazianzen. The Fourth Theological Oration, Which is the Second Concerning the Son.
Gregory Nazianzen. The Second Theological Oration.
Gregory Nazianzen. The Third Theological Oration. On the Son.
Gregory Of Nyssa Against Eunomius.
Gregory Of Nyssa Answer to Eunomius’ Second Book
Gregory Of Nyssa Funeral Oration on Meletius.
Gregory Of Nyssa Letters.
Gregory Of Nyssa Life of Macrina
Gregory Of Nyssa On Infants' Early Deaths.
Gregory Of Nyssa On the Baptism of Christ.
Gregory Of Nyssa On the Faith, To Simplicius.
Gregory Of Nyssa On the Holy Spirit. Against the Followers of Macedonius.
Gregory Of Nyssa On the Making of Man.
Gregory Of Nyssa On the Soul and the Resurrection.
Gregory Of Nyssa On Virginity.
Gregory Of Nyssa The Great Catechism.
Gregory Of Nyssa To Ablabius on 'Not Three Gods.'
Gregory Of Nyssa To Eustathius on the Holy Trinity, and the Godhead of the Holy Spirit.
Hilary Of Poitiers De Synodis or On the Faith of the Easterns.
Hilary Of Poitiers De Trinitate or On the Trinity.
Hippolytus of Rome Against the Heresy of One Noetus
Hippolytus of Rome Expository Treatise Against the Jews
Hippolytus of Rome On the Divine Nature and the Incarnation, against the heretics Beron and Helix
Hippolytus of Rome The Discourse on the Holy Theophany
Hippolytus of Rome The story of a maiden of Corinth
Hippolytus of Rome Treatise on Christ and the Antichrist
Hippolytus. The Refutation of All Heresies.
Ignatius Epistle to Polycarp: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Magnesians: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Philadelphians: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Romans: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Smyrnaeans: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius Epistle to the Trallians: Shorter and Longer Versions
Ignatius of Antioch Epistle to the Ephesians: Shorter and Longer Versions
John Chrysostom Commentary on Galatians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Colossians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Ephesians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on First Thessalonians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on First Timothy.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Philemon.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Philippians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Second Thessalonians.
John Chrysostom Homilies on Second Timothy.
John Chrysostom Homilies on the Acts of the Apostles
John Chrysostom Homilies on the Gospel of John
John Chrysostom Homilies on the Gospel of Matthew
John Chrysostom Homilies on Titus.
John Chrysostom On the First Letter to the Corinthians
John Chrysostom On the Letter to the Hebrews
John Chrysostom On the Letter to the Romans
John Chrysostom On the Priesthood.
John Chrysostom On the Second Letter to the Corinthians
John Of Damascus The Fount of Knowledge I: The Philosophical Chapters
John Of Damascus The Fount of Knowledge II: On Heresies.
John Of Damascus The Fount of Knowledge III: On the Orthodox Faith.
Julius Africanus A Letter to Origen from Africanus About the History of Susanna.
Julius Africanus The Epistle to Aristides
Justin Martyr Dialogue with Trypho
Justin Martyr Fragments from the Lost Writings of Justin
Justin Martyr Hortatory Address to the Greeks
Justin Martyr On the Resurrection, Fragments
Justin Martyr On the Sole Government of God
Justin Martyr The First Apology
Justin Martyr The Second Apology
Lactantius A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Lactantius Fragments of Lactantius
Lactantius Of the Manner in Which the Persecutors Died
Lactantius On the Workmanship of God, or the Formation of Man
Lactantius The Divine Institutes
Magisterium Acts and Records of the Famous Controversy About the Baptism of Heretics.--A Roman Council Celebrated Under Stephen.
Mathetes Epistle to Diognetus
Minucius Felix Octavius
Novatian On the Jewish Meats.
Novatian. On the Trinity.
Origen On Prayer
Origen of Alexandria A Letter from Origen to Gregory.
Origen of Alexandria Against Celsus.
Origen of Alexandria The Philocalia: An Anthology by Basil and Gregory
Origen. A Letter from Origen to Africanus on Susanna.
Polycarp of Smyrna Epistle to the Philippians
Pseudo Justin Martyr The Discourse to the Greeks
Pseudo-Hermas The Pastor: Book First. Visions
Pseudo-Hermas The Pastor: Book Second. Commandments
Pseudo-Hermas The Pastor: Book Third. Parables
Second Clement The Second Epistle to the Corinthians
Tatian Address to the Greeks
Tertullian A Treatise on the Soul.
Tertullian Ad Martyres.
Tertullian Ad Nationes.
Tertullian Against All Heresies.
Tertullian Against Hermogenes.
Tertullian Against Praxeas.
Tertullian Against the Sting of the Gnostics
Tertullian Against the Valentinians.
Tertullian An Answer to the Jews.
Tertullian Apology.
Tertullian DE EXECRANDIS GENTIUM DIIS
Tertullian De Fuga in Persecutione.
Tertullian On Baptism.
Tertullian On Exhortation to Chastity.
Tertullian On Fasting.
Tertullian On Idolatry.
Tertullian On Modesty.
Tertullian On Monogamy.
Tertullian On Patience.
Tertullian On Prayer.
Tertullian On Repentance.
Tertullian On the Apparel of Women.
Tertullian On the Flesh of Christ.
Tertullian On the Pallium.
Tertullian On the Resurrection of the Flesh.
Tertullian On the Testimony of the Soul.
Tertullian On the Veiling of Virgins.
Tertullian The Chaplet, or De Corona.
Tertullian The Five Books Against Marcion.
Tertullian The Prescription Against Heretics.
Tertullian The Shows, or De Spectaculis.
Tertullian To His Wife.
Tertullian To Scapula.
The Diatessaron Of Tatian. The Diatessaron.
The Epistles Of Clement. The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Asher Concerning Two Faces of Vice and Virtue.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Benjamin Concerning a Pure Mind.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Dan Concerning Anger and Lying.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Gad Concerning Hatred.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Issachar Concerning Simplicity.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Joseph Concerning Sobriety.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Judah Concerning Fortitude, and Love of Money, and Fornication.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Levi Concerning the Priesthood and Arrogance.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Naphtali Concerning Natural Goodness.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Reuben Concerning Thoughts.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Simeon Concerning Envy.
The Testaments Of The Twelve Patriarchs. The Testament of Zebulun Concerning Compassion and Mercy.
The Twelve Apostles The Didache: Teaching of the Twelve Apostles
Theophilus Theophilus to Autolycus
Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologiae
Victorinus Commentary on the Apocalypse of the Blessed John
Victorinus On the Creation of the World

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