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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Posted: Mon, Oct 11 2010 12:53 PM

Hi

For a module I am doing at college it has been recommended that I get a copy of "A New Eusebius" - http://www.logos.com/ebooks/details/NEWEUSEBIUS.

I already have "The Early Church Fathers" set - http://www.logos.com/products/details/518.

Is anyone able to advise whether the Eusebius resource would add value over what I have already got?

Many thanks

Graham

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Monty Bower | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 11 2010 1:08 PM

I was unaware that this was available in Logos format. This was a work I read for a reading course in early Christianity during my seminary days. It came highly recommended by my professor (in other words, it was required reading) and I found it to be very readable.

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Dominick Sela | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 11 2010 1:21 PM

I have it, here is the table of contents if that helps you to decide...if you have more specific quesitons please ask!

Preface to the First Edition

Preface to the Second (Revised) Edition

Acknowledgements

Abbreviations and Conventions

  1      The Church in the First Century AD; Persecution, Conflict, Organization

          1      Martyrdom of James, the Lord’s Brother, 62: Josephus
          2      Expulsion of the Jews from Rome, c. 49: Suetonius
          3      The Neronian Persecution: Tacitus; Suetonius; Clement of Rome; Eusebius (Gaius, Dionysius of Corinth)
          4      Flight of the Christians from Jerusalem, c. 66: Eusebius (Hegesippus)
          5      Persecution by Domitian, 96: Dio Cassius
          6      The Beginning of Clement’s First Epistle to the Corinthians, c. 96: Clement of Rome
          7      The Christian Ministry, c. 96: Clement of Rome
          8      The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles on Baptism, Fasting and the Eucharist; on Prophets and the Ministry: The Didache
          9      Ignatius of Antioch on his Way to Martyrdom, c. 107–10: Ignatius
          10      The Person of Christ: Ignatius
          11      Jewish Error and Christian Truth: Ignatius
          12      Docetism: Ignatius
          13      The Ministry and the Sacraments: Ignatius
          14      The Prophetic Inspiration of Ignatius: Ignatius
          15      Polycarp of Smyrna on Ignatius: Polycarp

  2      Conflicts with the Greco-Roman and Jewish Worlds in the Second Century

          16      The Christians in Bithynia; Pliny’s Dilemma, c. 112: Pliny
          17      Trajan’s Reply to Pliny: Pliny (Trajan)
          18      Rescript of Hadrian to Caius Minucius Fundanus, Proconsul of Asia, c. 125: Rufinus
          19      Jewish Persecution of Christians in the last Jewish Revolt, 132–5: Justin
          20      Martyrdom of Polycarp, 22 February 156 (or 155): Letter of the Church of Smyrna
          21      Martyrdom of Ptolemy and Lucius, c. 160 (?): Justin
          22      Martyrdom of Justin and his Companions, 165: Acta Sancti Justini et sociorum
          23      The Martyrs of Lyons and Vienne, 177: Eusebius (Letter of the Gallic Churches)
          24      The Martyrs of Scilli in Africa Proconsularis, 17 July 180: Passio Sanctorum Scillitanorum
          25      The Martyr as the Imitator of Christ: Eusebius (Letter of the Gallic Churches)

  3      Theology, Ethics and Eschatology to AD 150

          26      Papias of Hierapolis (c. 130), and the Comments of Eusebius upon him: Eusebius (Papias)
          27      Cerinthus: Irenaeus
          28      The Eschatology of Cerinthus: Eusebius (Gaius)
          29      Sin and Repentance: Hermas
          30      The Church: Hermas
          31      Christian Theology and Ethics, c. 150: Aristeides
          32      Christian Ideals in the Second Century: Epistle to Diognetus

  4      Christian Apologetic in the Second Century

          33      The Apologists Quadratus and Aristeides: Eusebius (Quadratus)
          34      Why People become Christians: Justin
          35      Conversion: Justin
          36      Christians Charged with Atheism, at the Instigation of Demons: Justin
          37      Christians before Christ: Justin
          38      The Light that Lighteth Every Man: Justin
          39      Christian Baptism and Christian Worship: Justin
          40      The Apology of Melito of Sardis, c. 175: Eusebius (Melito)
          41      The Charges brought against the Christians, c. 177: Athenagoras

  5      Gnosis and Gnosticism

          42      The Content of Gnosis: Clement of Alexandria
          43      ‘The Fall of Sophia’; the Gnostic Theory of the Fall and the Beginning of Creation: the Apocryphon of John
          44      ‘Know Yourself’: the Book of Thomas the Contender
          45      Where Ignorance is not Bliss: the Gospel of Truth
          46      Gnostics and the ‘Great Church’: Water Baptism not enough: the Gospel of Philip
          47      Gnostics Opposed to Philosophy: Treatise on the Three Natures
          48      … And to Judaism: the Gospel of Philip; the Second Treatise of the Great Seth
          49      The Effect of Gnostic Initiation: the Gospel of Truth
          50      The Gnostic Credo: the Gospel of Truth
          51      Three Grades of Humanity: Treatise on the Three Natures
          52      Basileides, The Alleged Tradition: Hippolytus
          53      Basileides, ‘In the Beginning’: Hippolytus
          54      Basileides, The Absolute Transcendence of ‘God’: Hippolytus
          55      Basileides, Creation: Hippolytus
          56      Basileides, The Incarnation: Hippolytus
          57      Basileides, The Consummation of All Things: Hippolytus
          58      The Teaching of Basileides, c. 130, according to Irenaeus: Irenaeus
          59      Basileides on the Problem of Evil: Clement of Alexandria (Basileides)
          60      Agrippa Castor, an Opponent of Basileides: Eusebius
          61      Valentinus: Tertullian
          62      Valentinus, God: Irenaeus
          63      Valentinus, the Fall of ‘Wisdom’: Irenaeus
          64      Valentinus, Jesus is Produced by the Whole Pleroma: Irenaeus
          65      The Three ‘Principles’ of Valentinus: Irenaeus
          66      Valentinus, Animal and Spiritual Men: Irenaeus
          67      Valentinus, the ‘Incarnation’: Clement of Alexandria
          68      Letter of Ptolemy to Flora: Epiphanius (Ptolemy)
          69      An Ophite Liturgy: Origen
          70      A Gnostic Baptism: Irenaeus

  6      Marcion

          71      The Theology of Marcion: Irenaeus
          72      Marcion: Justin
          73      Marcion and the Roman Church: Tertullian
          74      The Antitheses of Marcion: Tertullian
          75      Marcion’s Two Gods: Irenaeus
          76      Tertullian’s Criticism of Marcion’s ‘Good God’: Tertullian
          77      Marcion’s Christ: Tertullian
          78      Redemption according to Marcion: Irenaeus
          79      The Divisions of the Marcionites: Eusebius (Rhodo)
          80      An Example of Apelles’ Criticism of the Old Testament; The Ark: Origen

  7      Jewish Christianity; Encratism (Severe Asceticism)

          81      The Ebionites: Irenaeus
          82      The Gospel of Thomas
          83      Tatian and the Encratites, c. 170: Irenaeus

  8      Montanism

          84      Montanism, the Beginnings, c. 172: Eusebius (the ‘Anonymous’)
          85      Montanism and Martyrdom: Eusebius (the ‘Anonymous’)
          86      Montanist Ethics: Eusebius (Apollonius)
          87      Montanism, Argument and Counter-Argument: Eusebius (the ‘Anonymous’)
          88      True and False Prophets: Eusebius (the ‘Anonymous’)
          89      Montanist Utterances: Epiphanius; Eusebius
          90      Montanism in Gaul, 177: Eusebius

  9      The Emergence of Orthodoxy; Irenaeus

          91      Hegesippus: Eusebius (Hegesippus)
          92      The Epitaph of Avircius Marcellus, of Hieropolis in Phrygia, c. 182: Avircius
          93      The Rule of Faith: Irenaeus
          94      The Tradition is Perpetually Revivified in the Church: Irenaeus
          95      Faith Superior to Knowledge: Irenaeus
          96      The Argument from Tradition: Irenaeus
          97      Four Gospels Only: Irenaeus
          98      Unity of God and Man Secured by the Incarnation: Irenaeus
          99      The Salvation of the Flesh: Irenaeus
          100      The Doctrine of Recapitulation: Irenaeus
          101      Irenaeus’ Letter to Florinus: Eusebius (Irenaeus)

  10      Creeds and Canons of Scripture to AD 200

          102      Early Creeds: The Epistle of the Apostles; Dêr Balyzeh Papyrus
          103      The Scriptures Acknowledged by the Roman Church, c. 190: Fragment of Muratori
          104      The Diatessaron and other works of Tatian: Eusebius
          105      Serapion of Antioch and the Gospel of Peter, c. 190–200: Eusebius (Serapion)

  11      Pagan Criticism of Christianity to AD 200

          106      The Charlatan Alexander and the Christians, c. 150–70: Lucian
          107      The Story of Peregrinus: Lucian
          108      The ‘Stubbornness’ of the Christians: Marcus Aurelius
          109      Fronto’s Speech Against the Christians, c. 165: Minucius Felix
          110      Celsus, Are Christians Monotheists?: Origen
          111      Celsus, Objections to the Idea of God Coming Down to Earth: Origen
          112      Celsus, Slanders Against the Virgin: Origen
          113      Celsus, On the Resurrection: Origen
          114      Celsus, Charlatanry and Credulity: Origen
          115      Celsus, Miracle and Sorcery: Origen
          116      Celsus, Christian Propaganda: Origen
          117      Celsus, Christians and the Empire: Origen
          118      The Faith of Jews and Christians: Galen
          119      Christian Teaching and Christian Life: Galen

  12      Controversies in Rome, 190–230

          120      The Paschal (Quartodeciman) Controversy, c. 190: Eusebius (Polycrates, Irenaeus)
          121      The Baptismal Interrogation at Rome, c. 200: Hippolytus
          122      Dynamic Monarchianism at Rome: Eusebius (The Little Labyrinth)
          123      Dynamic Monarchianism; Theodotus the ‘Banker’: Pseudo-Tertullian
          124      The Heresy and Excommunication of Noëtus, c. 200: Hippolytus
          125      The Story of Callistus, c. 185–92: Hippolytus
          126      The Incompetence of Zephyrinus: Hippolytus
          127      Callistus as Bishop, his Heretical Theology: Hippolytus
          128      Callistus as Bishop, the Forgiveness of Sins: Hippolytus
          129      Gaius of Rome and the Book of Revelation: Dionysius Barsalîbî (Hippolytus)

  13      The Christian East, 200–230

          130      Serapion Ordains Palut of Edessa, c. 200: The Doctrine of Addai the Apostle
          131      Bardaisan, c. 200: Eusebius
          132      The Cosmology of Bardaisan: Moses bar Kepha

  14      North Africa, 195–230; Tertullian and Minucius Felix

          133      Persecution is a Legal Paradox: Tertullian
          134      Only Bad Emperors Persecute: Tertullian
          135      ‘The Christians to the Lion!’: Tertullian
          136      Intransigence in the Face of Persecution, c. 212: Tertullian
          137      The Testimony of the Soul: Tertullian
          138      The Incarnation of the Word: Tertullian
          139      Christians Not Disloyal!: Tertullian
          140      The Numbers of the Christians: Tertullian
          141      Christian Worship: Tertullian
          142      The Apostolic Churches: Tertullian
          143      The Rule of Faith: Tertullian
          144      The Argument from Tradition: Tertullian
          145      Philosophy is the Parent of Heresy: Tertullian
          146      Modalist Monarchianism; The Heresy and Misdeeds of Praxeas, c. 213: Tertullian
          147      Heretics have No Right to the Scriptures: Tertullian
          148      The Disorder of Heretics: Tertullian
          149      Unwritten Traditions; Baptism and the Eucharist: Tertullian
          150      Who may Baptize: Tertullian
          151      The Correct Age for Baptism: Tertullian
          152      Repentance for Sin after Baptism; the Exomologesis: Tertullian
          153      The Visions of a Montanist Woman: Tertullian
          154      The Roman Bishop’s Edict, c. 217–22: Tertullian
          155      Down with the Christians!: Minucius Felix

  15      The Church in Alexandria, 180–210

          156      Pantaenus, c. 180: Eusebius
          157      The Teachers of Clement of Alexandria: Clement of Alexandria
          158      Custom and Christianity: Clement of Alexandria
          159      The Triumph of Christianity: Clement of Alexandria
          160      The Word, our Paedagogus: Clement of Alexandria
          161      An Occasion for Slander against Christians: Clement of Alexandria
          162      Philosophy a Preparation for the Gospel: Clement of Alexandria
          163      Characteristics of the Gnostic: Clement of Alexandria
          164      The Gnostic on Earth and in Heaven: Clement of Alexandria
          165      Faith and Knowledge: Clement of Alexandria
          166      Church and Heresy: Clement of Alexandria
          167      The Rich Man’s Salvation: Clement of Alexandria

  16      Origen

          168      Origen: Eusebius
          169      Origen’s System of Education: Eusebius
          170      The Preaching and Ordination of Origen in Palestine, c. 215 and c. 231: Eusebius
          171      Origen on his Departure from Alexandria, 232: Origen
          172      Origen’s Visit to Mammaea, Mother of Alexander Severus, c. 232: Eusebius
          173      Origen’s Discussions with Heretics: Eusebius
          174      Origen’s Work on the Text of the Old Testament: Eusebius
          175      The Church’s Teaching: Origen
          176      The Revolt of the Heavenly Powers: Origen
          177      The Holy Trinity: Origen
          178      Cycles of Existence: Origen
          179      The Possibility of Ultimate Salvation for All: Origen
          180      The Eternal Generation of the Son: Origen
          181      The Meaning of Scripture: Origen
          182      The Interweaving of the Impossible with the Historical in Scripture: Origen
          183      Porphyry on the Allegorical Interpretation of Scripture: Eusebius (Porphyry)
          184      Porphyry on Origen: Eusebius (Porphyry)
          185      The Miracles of Jesus: Origen
          186      The Spread of Christianity leads to Ambition in the Church: Origen
          187      The Training of Enquirers before Baptism: Origen
          188      The Treatment of Lapsed Christians: Origen
          189      Christianity and the Defence of the Empire: Origen
          190      Christianity and Civil Service: Origen
          191      The Faults of Unlettered Christians: Origen

  17      The Decian Persecution, 250–51

          192      The Decian Persecution in Alexandria: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
          193      Libelli of the Persecution of Decius, 250
          194      The Worldliness of Christians, c. 250: Cyprian
          195      Mass Apostasy at Carthage, 250: Cyprian
          196      The Letter of the Confessors, written by Lucian: Cyprian
          197      The Libelli Pacis, 250–51: Cyprian
          198      Cyprian’s Proposals to the Church of Carthage about the Lapsed, 250: Cyprian
          199      An Instruction from Cyprian to the Clergy of Carthage: Cyprian
          200      Cyprian’s Defence of his Retirement from Carthage in Persecution: Cyprian
          201      Cyprian and the Roman Church: Cyprian
          202      The Decisions of the Council of Carthage, June 251: Cyprian

  Cyprian: Chronology

  18      Cyprian of Carthage; Relationships with Rome and the Novatianist Schism

          203      The Character of Cornelius; his Election to the See of Rome, 251: Cyprian
          204      Rome and the Carthaginian Dissidents: Cyprian
          205      The Unity of the Church: Cyprian
          206      The Consecration of Novatian according to Cornelius, 251: Eusebius (Cornelius)
          207      The Church of Rome, c. 250: Eusebius (Cornelius)
          208      Dionysius of Alexandria’s Appeal to Novatian: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
          209      The Essence of Novatian’s Doctrine about the Lapsed: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)
          210      Martian of Aries, 254: Cyprian
          211      The Spanish Appeal, 254: Cyprian
          212      Schismatical Baptism Invalid: Cyprian
          213      Heretical Baptism Invalid: Cyprian
          214      The Views of Stephen of Rome against Rebaptism of Heretics: Cyprian
          215      Decision of the Sixth Council of Carthage (Second on Baptism), 256: Cyprian
          216      The African Custom of Rebaptism, 255–6: Cyprian
          217      Letter of Firmilian, Bishop of Caesarea in Cappadocia, to Cyprian on the Rebaptism of Heretics: Cyprian
          218      Episcopal Authority: Cyprian
          219      Pestilence at Carthage, 252: Pontius
          220      The Death of the World: Cyprian

  19      The Persecution of Valerian, 257–60

          221      The Rescript of Valerian, July 258: Cyprian
          222      The Trial of Cyprian, 257, and his Martyrdom, 258: Acta Proconsularia
          223      The Persecution of Valerian; Dionysius of Alexandria before Aemilian, 257: Eusebius (Dionysius)
          224      The Toleration Rescript of Gallienus, 261: Eusebius

  20      Dionysius of Alexandria and Dionysius of Rome, 259–64

          225      Dionysius of Rome, 259–68. Against the Sabellians: Athanasius
          226      Dionysius of Alexandria’s Defence of his Theology: Athanasius
          227      Dionysius of Alexandria on the Book of Revelation: Eusebius (Dionysius of Alexandria)

  21      Paul of Samosata

          228      The Way of Life of Paul of Samosata, Bishop of Antioch, c. 260–68: Eusebius (Letter of Synod)
          229      The Relation of the Divine and Human in Christ, according to Paul of Samosata: Paul of Samosata
          230      Use of the term Homoousios by Paul of Samosata: Athanasius, Hilary of Poitiers
          231      Aurelian and the Christians, 272–5: Eusebius

  22      Mani and his Religion

          232      Mani, d. 272: Eusebius
          233      The Message of Mani: Mani
          234      The Universality of Mani’s Religion: Mani
          235      Manichaean Psalms
          236      Diocletian’s Edict against the Manichees, c. 297 (?)

  23      The Great Persecution, 303–12

          237      Anti-Christian Propaganda; Porphyry and the Christians: Porphyry of Tyre; Augustine (Porphyry); Jerome
          238      How the Great Persecution Began, 302–3: Lactantius
          239      The First Edicts of Persecution: Eusebius
          240      ‘Hand Over your Books!’ Action at Cirta, 19 May 303: Optatus (Gesta apud Zenophilum)
          241      The Fourth Edict, 304: Eusebius
          242      Melitius of Lycopolis, c. 305: Codex Veronensis LX
          243      The Schism of Melitius: Codex Veronensis LX
          244      Letter of Peter, Bishop of Alexandria, to his Flock: Codex Veronensis LX
          245      Maximin’s Attempted Revival of Paganism, 308–12: Eusebius
          246      The Toleration Edict of Galerius, 30 April 311: Lactantius
          247      A Petition to Maximin against the Christians, 312: CIL

  24      Constantine and the End of the Persecution, 310–13

          248      The ‘Pagan’ Vision of Constantine, 310: Panegyrici Latini
          249      The Conversion of Constantine, 312: Lactantius; Eusebius
          250      The ‘Edict of Milan’, 313: Lactantius
          251      The Inscription on the Arch of Constantine at Rome, 315
          252      Restitution of Property to the Church, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)
          253      Constantine makes a Grant of Money to the Catholic Clergy of the African Provinces, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)
          254      Exemption from Public Office for the Catholic Clergy, 313: Eusebius (Constantine)

  25      Church Discipline, c. 300–320

          255      Canons of the Council of Elvira, c. 305
          256      Canons of Neocaesarea, c. 314–25
          257      Canons of Arles, 314

  26      The Outbreak of the Donatist Schism, 304–21

          258      Acts of the Council of Cirta in Numidia, 4 March 305: Augustine
          259      The Origin of Donatism: Optatus
          260      Report of Anulinus to Constantine, 15 April 313: Augustine
          261      The Petition of the Donatists to Constantine: Optatus
          262      Constantine Orders an Investigation into Donatism, 313: Eusebius
          263      Instructions for the Appearance of Caecilian and his Opponents at Arles, 314: Optatus (Constantine)
          264      Decisions of the Council of Arles, 314; Letter to Pope Silvester: Letter of the Council
          265      The Vindication of Felix of Aptungi, 15 February 315: Optatus (Acta Purgationis Felicis)
          266      Constantine Continues the Investigation of Donatism, 316: Augustine (Constantine)
          267      Constantine Decides in Favour of Caecilian, 10 November 316: Augustine (Constantine)
          268      Persecution of the Donatists, c. 320: Sermo de Passione Donati
          269      The Unmasking of Silvanus of Cirta, 13 December 320: Optatus (Gesta apud Zenophilum)
          270      Abandonment of the Persecution of the Donatists, 321: Optatus (Constantine)
          271      Weakness of Authority in the Face of Donatist Encroachments, 330: Optatus (Constantine)

  27      Licinius and the Christians

          272      Canons of Ancyra, c. 314–19
          273      The Persecution of Licinius, c. 319: Eusebius

  28      Constantine and the Christians

          274      Great Achievements and Great Expectations: the concluding words of Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History, 324–5: Eusebius
          275      The Reaffirmation of Toleration, 324: Eusebius (Constantine)
          276      Legislation about Sunday: Codex Theodosianus
          277      Ordination Forbidden to Decurions and their Families, 320, (?) 326: Codex Theodosianus
          278      No Immunities for Heretics and Schismatics, 326: Codex Theodosianus
          279      Constantine and the Novatianists, 326: Codex Theodosianus

  29      Outbreak of the Arian Controversy, c. 318

          280      The Outbreak of the Arian Controversy, c. 318: Socrates
          281      Arius and his Heresy: Sozomen
          282      The Arian Heresy; Encyclical Letter of Alexander of Alexandria and his Clergy, c. 319: Socrates
          283      Letter of Arius to Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, c. 320: Theodoret; Epiphanius
          284      Letter of Arius to Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria, c. 320: Athanasius; Epiphanius
          285      The Arian Strategy according to Alexander of Alexandria, c. 324: Theodoret
          286      Extracts from the Thalia of Arius: Athanasius
          287      The Mission of Ossius; Constantine’s Letter to Alexander and Arius, 324: Eusebius
          288      The Council of Antioch, 325: Letter of the Council

  30      The Council of Nicaea

          289      Constantine Summons the Council of Nicaea: Letter of Constantine
          290      Canons of Nicaea, 325
          291      Letter of Eusebius of Caesarea to his Church, on the Creed of Nicaea: Socrates; Theodoret
          292      Letter of the Council of Nicaea to the Egyptian Church: Socrates; Theodoret
          293      Constantine’s View of the Work of the Council of Nicaea, 325: Socrates (Constantine)
          294      The Conduct and Exile of Eusebius of Nicomedia: Gelasius (Constantine)
          295      Arius’ Confession of Faith, c. 327 (or? c. 334): Socrates; Sozomen
          296      Letter from Exile of Eusebius of Nicomedia and Theognius of Nicaea, c. 327: Socrates; Sozomen; Gelasius

  31      The Emergence of Athanasius

          297      The Appointment of the Bishop at Alexandria: Jerome
          298      Athanasius’ Version of the Melitian Story, to 328: Athanasius
          299      The Religious Policy of Constantine, c. 328: Athanasius (Constantine)
          300      Athanasius and the Melitians, c. 335: Callistus
          301      The Deposition of Eustathius of Antioch, c. 330 (?): Athanasius; Socrates; Eusebius (Constantine)
          302      The Council of Tyre, 335; Accusations against Athanasius: Sozomen
          303      Athanasius’ Appeal to Constantine; his Exile, 336: Athanasius; Socrates; Sozomen

  32      The Christian Empire

          304      Constantine’s Proscription of the Works of Porphyry and Arius, c. 333: Socrates (Constantine); Gelasius
          305      Constantine as Bishop: Eusebius
          306      The Christian Empire: Eusebius
          307      The Last Days of Constantine, 337: Eusebius

    Notes on Sources
    Chronological Tables
    Short Bibliography
    Index


James Stevenson, A New Eusebius: Documents Illustrating the History of the Church to AD 337, v–xvi (London: SPCK, 1987).

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Graham Criddle | Forum Activity | Replied: Mon, Oct 11 2010 2:56 PM

Thanks Dominick

Appreciated, Graham

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Noel Fitzpatrick | Forum Activity | Replied: Tue, Oct 12 2010 2:44 AM

Thanks for a most interesting discussion.  

I have not looked at the New Eusebius in years, which I have in hard copy.  Having been reminded of it, and seeing the table of contents, I am encouraged to dig it out and reread parts of it.

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