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Shepherd of Hermas.
eral doctrine and character.
What notions of the Gnostics were pe-
Opinions of the christians from A. D. 150, to A. D.
Increase of Heretics. Gnostics. Ebi-
178 to 180 Works of Athenagoras.
181 Treatise of Theophilus.
Clemens Alexandrinus,' and his Cotemporaries; or the
concerning the state of the dead, and the
Concise account of the state of Univer-
His first publications. The general sys-
His life from A. D. 230 to A. D. 245.
230 to 253 Universalism a favorite topic with him.
The manner in which he taught it.
EASTERN CHURCHES. Alexander, bishop
Gregory Thaumaturgus, and Athenodo-
APPENDIX TO CHAPTER V. The Manicheans.
Extensive and lasting consequences of
their heresy. Its author, Mani's Life.
Its reception among the Persians and
Design and plan of this Chapter. Nepos,
revives in Egypt the doctrine of the Mil-
some Egyptian writers. His doctrine' at-
Arian controversy. Origen's name and
bishop of Antioch, and by Apollinarius,