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refutation of all heresies

Hippolytus Antipope

refutation of all heresies

by Hippolytus Antipope

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Published by T. & T. Clark in Edinburgh .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Heresies, Christian -- History -- Early church, ca. 30-600.,
  • Heresies, Christian -- Controversial literature -- Early works to 1800.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesHippolytus, Bishop of Portus, Writings of Hippolytus
    Statementtranslated by J.H. MacMahon, with fragments from his commentaries on various books of Scripture; translated by S.D.F. Salmond.
    GenreEarly works to 1800.
    SeriesAnte-Nicene Christian library. Translations of the writings of the fathers down to A.D. 325 -- v. 6, pt. 1
    ContributionsSalmond, S. D. F. 1838-1905 tr., MacMahon, J. H., tr.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination508 p.
    Number of Pages508
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16578210M

    Hippolytus - Notes on the Refutation of All Heresies - Book II and III. Book two and three have been lost. The contents of The Refutation, as they originally stood, seem to have been arranged thus: The first book (which we have) contained an account of the different schools of ancient philosophers; the second (which is missing), the doctrines and mysteries of the Egyptians; the . Internet Archive BookReader The refutation of all heresies.

    The following are the contents of the first book of The Refutation of all Heresies. We propose to furnish an account of the tenets of natural philosophers, and who these are, as well as the tenets of moral philosophers, and who these are; and thirdly, . connection with them, thou shalt have from me a very copious refutation of all the heretics; and faithfully and strenuously shalt thou resist them in defence of the only true and life-giving faith, which the Church has received from the apostles and imparted to her Size: KB.

    The Refutation of All Heresies — Hippolytus. Hence [] also, in the first book inscribed "Baruch," has been written the oath which they compel those to swear who are about to hear these mysteries, and be initiated with the Good One. The following are the contents of the tenth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: An Epitome of all Philosophers. An Epitome of all Heresies. And, in conclusion to all, what the Doctrine of the Truth is. Chapter I. Recapitulation.


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The following are the contents of the tenth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: An Epitome of all Philosophers.

An Epitome of all Heresies. And, in conclusion to all, what the Doctrine of the Truth is. Chapter 1. Recapitulation. Contents. The following are the contents of the first book of The Refutation of all Heresies.

We propose to furnish an account of the tenets of natural philosophers, and who these are, as well as the tenets of moral philosophers, and who these are; and thirdly, the tenets of logicians, and who these logicians are.

Among natural philosophers may be enumerated Thales, Pythagoras. THE REFUTATION OF ALL HERESIES BOOK VI. CONTENTS. THE following are the contents of the sixth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: What the opinions are that are attempted (to be established) by Simon, and that his doctrine derives its force from the (lucubrations) of.

From: Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. Edited by Alexander Roberts. BOOK V. CONTENTS. The following are the contents of the fifth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: What the assertions are of the Naasseni, who style themselves Gnostics, and that they advance those opinions which the Philosophers of the Greeks previously propounded, as well as those who have handed.

The Refutation of All Heresies, also called the Elenchus or Philosophumena, is a compendious Christian polemical work of the early third century, now generally attributed to Hippolytus of Rome.

It catalogues both pagan beliefs and 33 gnostic Christian systems deemed heretical, making it a major source of information on contemporary opponents of /5(5).

BOOK VIII. CONTENTS. THE following are the contents of the eighth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: What are the opinions of the Docetae, and that they have formed the doctrines which they assert from natural philosophy.

How Monoimus trifles, devoting his attention to poets, and geometricians, and arithmeticians. The First Book of St. Hippolytus' _The Refutation of All Heresies_ is written with the intent of giving a very brief and succinct overview of various philosophical schools from ancient Greece (and elsewhere) that have influenced the teachings /5(2).

Hippolytus: Refutation of All Heresies. From: Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol. Edited by Alexander Roberts These contrivances, however, I hesitated to narrate in this book, perceiving the danger lest, perchance, any knavish person, taking Occasion (from my account), should attempt (to practise these juggleries).

Solicitude, however, for many. The author of the 'Refutation of All Heresies', competing bishop of Rome (ca. CE), wrote perhaps the largest and most thoroughgoing attack on his (mainly Christian) opponents.

His sensational thesis--that his enemies plagiarized their arguments from Greek philosophy, magic, astrology, and mystery cults--still inspires fascination today.

The Refutation of All Heresies book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The Refutation of All Heresies is part of The Fig Classic /5.

Book I. CONTENTS. The following are the contents of the first book of The Refutation of all Heresies. We propose to furnish an account of the tenets of natural philosophers, and who these are, as well as the tenets of moral philosophers, and who these are; and thirdly, the tenets of logicians, and who these logicians are.

The following are the contents of the fifth book of the Refutation of all Heresies:(1)-- What the assertions are of the Naasseni, who style themselves Gnostics, and that they advance those opinions which the Philosophers of the Greeks previously propounded, as well as those who have handed down mystical (rites), from (both of) whom the Naasseni.

Book I. ———————————— Contents. The following are the contents of the first book of The Refutation of all Heresies. 20 20 The four of the mss. of the first book extant prior to the recent discovery of seven out of the remaining nine books of The Refutation, concur in ascribing it to Origen.

These inscriptions run thus: 1. THE REFUTATION OF ALL HERESIES. BOOK VI. CONTENTS. THE following are the contents of the sixth book of the Refutation of all Heresies: What the opinions are that are attempted (to be established) by Simon, and that his doctrine derives its force from the (lucubrations) of.

1. A lengthened conflict, then, having been maintained concerning all heresies by us who, at all events, have not left any unrefuted, the greatest struggle now remains behind, viz., to furnish an account and refutation of those heresies that have sprung up in our own day, by which certain ignorant and presumptuous men have attempted to scatter abroad the Church.

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Genre/Form: Early works History Early works to Additional Physical Format: Online version: Hippolytus, Antipope, approximately or 6. Refutation of all heresies. The Refutation of All Heresies. Book I.

Contents. The ProœmiumMotives for Undertaking the Refutation; Exposure of the Ancient Mysteries; Plan of the Work; Completeness of the Refutation; Value of the Treatise to Future Ages.

The Justinian Heresy Unfolded in the “Book of Baruch.”. Hippolytus - The Refutation of All Heresies - Book I. Contents. The following are the contents of the first book of The Refutation of all Heresies.

We propose to furnish an account of the tenets of natural philosophers, and who these are, as well as the tenets of moral philosophers, and who these are; and thirdly, the tenets of logicians, and.THE HISTORY OF HERESIES, AND THEIR REFUTATION; OR, THE TRIUMPH OF THE CHURCH TRANSLATED FROM THE ITALIAN OF ST.

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