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VIL Several Demonftrations concerning the Refurrection, concerning the Sibyll, and what the Stoicks lay concerning the Bird call'd the Phenix. VIII. Concerning James the Bro

Txucis, & Σarther of the Lord, and Stephen the first πρωτομάρτυς θ Martyr. 3. Περὶ ψώδομαρτύρων. i. Homn givens, on Sti odijev na to 10nias, a xenazías, diroguerías, χρολογίας, Ατραπελίας, Sav, nawear, spúnfer Για Παραίνεσις, παιδε να φεύγειν άδωλολατρείας τὸ μέσα.

IX. Concerning falfe Martyrs. X. A moral Admonition, that we are to abftain from vain Talking, ob fcene Talking, Jefting, Drunkenness, Lafcivioufnels and Luxury.


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XI. An Admonition, inftucting Men to avoid the abominable Sin of Idolatry.

XII. That we ought not to fing an heathen or an obfcene Song: nor to (wear by an Idol; because 'tis an im pious Thing, and contrary to the Knowledge of God.

XIII. A Catalogue of the Feafts of the Lord which are to be kept, and when each of them ought to be obferv'd.

XIV. Concerning the Paffion of our Lord; and what was done on each day of his Sufferings. And concerning Judas: and that Judas was not prefent when the Lord deliver'd the Mysteries to his Disciples.

XV. Of the Great Week; and on what account they enjoyn us to falt on Wednesday and Friday.

-+45. Antacidumos megonXVI. An Enumeration of the Proτικών απορρήσεων Η λειπόν anetowy y ludo pherical Predictions which declare κηρυλοσῶν, ὧν Ἰδαῖοι * Ex6207" Teaoduos in xgxoνοίας ή πέσησαν αὐτὸν εις τον Xeisòv Tŏ Dir, y se¿çõ ̧ x

Chrift; whofe Completion though the Jems faw, yet out of the evil Temper of their Mind they did not believe he was the Chrift of God, and con


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II. That 'tis not lawful to rife up β'. Ότι ἔτε βασιλεία και τι either againft the Kingly or the Prieftly Office.

III. Concerning the Vertue of Moles, and the incredulity of the Jewish Nation, and what wonderful Works God did among them.

IV. That he makes Schifm not who feperates himlelf from the Wicked, but who departs from the Godly.

V. Upon what account Ifrael falfely fo named is rejected by God, demonftrated from the prophetick Predictions.


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VI. That even among the Jews, "On by many "Idols there atofe the Doctrine of feveral Herefies, hateful to God.

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and who was the Ring leader of their Impiery.

VIII. Who were the Succeffors of Simons Impiety, and what Herefies they let up.

IX. How Simon defiring to fly by fome magical Arts, fell down headlong from on high, at the Prayers of Peter, and brake his Feet, and Hands, and Ancle Bones.

X. How the Herefies differ from each other, and from the Truth.

XI. An Expofition of the Preaching of the Apostles.

XII For thofe that confefs Chrift, bat are defirous to Judaize.

XIII. That we must feparate from Hereticks.

XIV. Who were the Preachers of the Catholick Doctrine, and which are the Commandments given by them,

XV. That we ought not to rebaptize; nor ro receive that Baptim which is given by the Wicked : which is not Baptifm, but a Pollution.

XVI. Concerning Books with falfe Infcriptions.

XVII. Concerning Clergy-mens Precepts about Marriage.


XVIII. An Exhortation manding to avoid the Communion of the impious Hereticks.

XIX. For those that speak evil of the Law.

XX. Which is the Law of Na ture, and which is that afterwards introduc'd, and why it was intro duc'd?

XXI. That we who believe in Chrift are under Grace, and not nú? ( @)


der the Servitude of that additional πεισάκτο νόμο, οἱ εἰς Χριςόν Law.

: XXII. That the Law for Sacrifices is additional ; which Chrift,when he came, took away.

XXIII. How Chrift became a Fulfller of the Law; and what parts of it he put a Period to, or changed, or transferred.

XXIV. That it pleared the Lord, that the Law of Righteoufnefs fhould be demonftrated by the Romans.

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XXV. How God on account of their Impiety towards Chrift, made the Jews Captives, and plac'd them under Tribute.

XXVI. That we ought to avoid the Hereticks, as the Corrupters of Souls.

XXVII. Of fome Jewish and Gentile Obfervances.

XXVIII. Of the Love of Boys, Adultery,and Fornication,

XXIX. How Wives ought to be fubject to their own Husbands; and Husbands ought to love their own Wives.

XXX. That 'tis the Cuftom of Jews and Gentiles to obferve natural Purgations, and to abominate the Remains of the Dead ή but that all this is contrary to Chriftianity.


of the Seventh Book.

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και. Οτι καὶ διε Ρωμαίων εδόκησεν ὁ κύριθ ε ΐδι καιοσαύης νόμον ἐπιδείκνυθαι.

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γ. Απαγόρευσις γοητείας, Tixvonrovias, omogxias, δομαρτυρίας

δ. Απαγόρευσις κακολογία

duc'd afterwards of death; and that the former is from God, and the latter of Error, from the Snares of the Adversary.

II. Moral Exhortations of the Lord's Conftitutions agrecing with the ancient Prohibitions of the divine Laws. The Prohibition of Anger, Spite, Corruption, Adultery nnd every forbidden Action.

III. The Prohibition of conjuring, murder of Infants, Perjury and FalleWitness.

IV. The Prohibition of Evil fpeak

as, uliido, y sing, and Paffion, of deceitful Con

28. a82020zias Idides, The ανεξίας, αποκρίσεως.

ε. Απογόρσεσις κακοηθείας. @younantias, osys, m. σανθρωπίας, βασκανίας.

ς: Περὶ οιωνοσκοπικῆς ἐ παοιδής. ('. 'Amazedors. 205700pus my an da delas, en φανίας, και θρασύτητα.

ή. Περὶ μακροθυμίας, αnanías, egoTH TO, aus γῆς

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í "On en un amogie Hajar, an ignrey μα χρυθρες, κρίνειν τε δικαίως, και μη προσωποληπτών.

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duct, or idle Words, Lies, Covet. oufnefs, and Hypocrity."

V. The Prohibition of Malignity, Acceptation of Perfons, Wrath, Malice and Envy.

VI. Concerning Augury and Inchantmeuts.

VII. The Prohibition of murmu ring Infolence, Pride and Arrogance.

VIII. Concerning Long-fuffering, Simplicity, Meeknefs and Patience.

IX. That 'tis our Duty to efteem our Chriftian Teachers, above our. Parents: The former being the means of our well being, the other only of our Being.

X. That we ought not to divide our felves from the Saints; but to make peace between thole that quarrel, to judge Righteously, and not to accept Perfons,

XI. Concerning him that is doubie minded and defponding.

XII. Concerning coing Good.. XIII How Matters ought to behave themfeives to their Servants ; and how Servants ought to be subject.


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