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Chap. XXX. The Emperor Decius - - - - - - 249 19.1

XXXI. The Emperor Gallus - - - - - 25l 193

XXXII. The Emperors Valerian and Gallienus - - - - 253 194

XXXIII. Amelius - - - - - -- - 263 200

XXXIV. Longinus - - - - - - - 264 202

XXXV. Numenius - - - - - - - 270 205

XXXVI. The Emperor Aurelian - - - - - . . . . 207

XXXVII. Porphyry - -- - - - - .... 209

XXXVIII. Six writers of the Augustan histor - - - - 306 950

XXXIX. Two authors who wrote against the Christians in the time of Dioclesian's

persecution, the one anonymous, the other supposed to be Hierocles.

Where also of Apollonius Tyanaeus, and the two lives of Pythagoras

written by Porphyry and Jainblichus - - - 308 252

An Appendix to Chap. XXXIX. -- -- - - - 271

XHL. l)ioclesian's persecution of the Christians - - 303–313 275

XLI. A review of the foregoing period, from the beginning of the third century

to the conversion of Constantine: with some general observations

upon the state of Christianity under heathen emperors - - 295

XLII. Chalcidius - - -- * - - . - - - 325 305

XLIII. Alexander of Lycopolis, in Egypt - - - - 350 307

XLIV. Praxagoras - - -- - - - . . . . 309

XLV. Bemarchius -- - -- -- . - - .... 810

XLVI. The Emperor Julian - -- - - - - 361 311

XLVII. Himerius - - -- -- - -- - - .363 - 349

XLVIIH, Themistius - - - - -- . - - 364 350

XLIX. Libanius - - - - - - - - 390 S55

L. Eutronius " - - - - -- - - 370 369

LI. Ammianus Marcellinus - - , -- - - - 380 S71

JLII. Vegetius - - - - - -- - 396 380

{LLII. Eunapius - - -- - - - 396 ib.

LIV. Claudian - - - - - - - 394 388

.LV. Macrobius - - - - -- - - - 400 892

JLVI. Rutilius - - - - - - - 418 394

LVII. Olympiodorus - - - - * - - 425 S96

LVIII. Zosimus -- - = - - - 425 397

‘LIX. Hierocles of Alexandria - `- - - - 450 416

LX. Proclus - -- - ~ - * -- - 464 417

LXI. Marinus - - - > - - 485 419

LXII. Damascius - -- - - or , - - 540 422

LXIII. Simplicius - -- - - - - - 550 427

J.XIV. A review of the Jewish and Heathen testimonies in the several volumes of

this work - - - - - - . . . . 430

The State of Gentilism under Christian Emperors. cr:

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| Imperial laws concerning Gentile people and their worship - - - - 435

2 A Consultation and Divination of heathen people in the time of Valens, about the year 373 445

3 The Petition of the Roman senate to Valentinian the younger in the year 884, that the Altar of

Victory, which had been removed by Gratian, o be restored - - *- 454

4 The Correspondence between Maximus of Madaura and Augustine in the year 390 - - 466

temples elsewhere, in the year 391 - - - - - - 469

6 A pretended Heathen Óracle in the year 398, foretelling the period of the Christian religion - 47%

* The demolition of the temple of the goddess Coelestis at Carthage, in the year 399 - *- 476

8 An image of Hercules destroyed by the Christians at Suffecta, in Africa, in the year 399 *- 477

9 A disturbance at Calama in Numidia in the year 408 - - - - - 478

19 The overthrow of Rhadagaisus, a Gothic Prince, in the year 405 - - -- 479

1 I Rome besieged, taken, and sacked by Alaric the Goth, in the year 410 *- - - 481

12 The Correspondence between Augustine and Volusian in the year 412 - - - 483

13 The Correspondence between the people of Madaura and Augustine; time uncertain - - 489

14 The Correspondence between Augustine and 1.9nginian; time uncertain - - . . 491

15 Observations of Orosius and Augustine upon the treatment given to the Gentiles by Christian

magistrates - - - *- - - - 493

16 Concluding observations upon the state of Gentilism under Christian emperors - - 494

1 The meaning of the word IIeresy - - - - - - 505

2 It is difficult to define what is Heresy, or who is an Heretic - - - - 506

3 Of the causes of Heresies - - - - - - 508

4 Many mistakes in the writings of those who have published the History of Heresies accounted for 509

5 The number of Heresies hath been augmented without sufficient reason - - - 510

6 Most Heresies of the two first centuries may be reduced to two kinds - - - 511

7 Heretics have been often treated with great acrimony - - - - - 512

8 Heretics have been greatly calumniated - - - - - - 513

9 The ancient Heretics believed the Unity of God - - - - - - 519

10 They made great use of the scriptures - - - - - - 521

11 Some of them also used apocryphal books - - - - - - 523

12 They respected the apostles and apostolic traditions - - - - - 525

13 The ancient Heresiarchs were generally men of letters, and are said to have borrowed most of

their peculiar notions from some of the sects of philosophers - - - 526

14 This variety of opinion is no just objection against the truth of the Christian religion - - 527

15 Curiosity and Inquisitiveness of mind were dispositions frequently indulged by Heretics - 529

16 Heretics were not in general solicitous about little matters, and were o: towards those who

differed from them - . - - - - - - 530

17 Pernicious consequences supposed to arise from some of their doctrines, were charged upon them,

though they did not admit them - - - - - - - 531

18 The seeds of these Heresies were sown in the days of the apostles - - - ib.

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