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Disputes about the word hypostasis
State of Arianism after Constantine
The faults on both sides

Constantine variable in his conduct towards the

contending parties

The creed of Arius

The death of Arius, and the various opinions

about it

Supposed to have been obtained by the prayers of
Alexander of Constantinople
Controversy concerning the Holy Ghost
The creed of the Semiarians
The Nicene creed as it stood originally
Institution of Christian holy days

An unreasonable canon relating to marriage
Constantine assisted by pretended angels

Said to have had a divine revelation to build Con-

stantinople

His clemency and character

Works miracles after his death

Character of the fourth century

Conversion of some Indian nations
Wonderful conversion of the Iberi
History of Theophilus, the Arian missionary to
the Homeritæ, and of his miracles

Spyridon and Agapetus, supposed to have been

workers of miracles

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