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General Sentiment in the Fourth Century
The Niceo-Constantinopolitan Creed
Statements of the Early Councils
Chapter 2 - Early Christianity, A Cheerful Religion
Darkness at the Advent
"Sweetness and Light"
Oriental Asceticism
Wonderful Progress of Christianity at First
God's Fatherhood
Christianity, a Greek Religion
An Impressive Thought
Testimony of the Catacombs
Early Funeral Emblems
Cheerful Faith of the First Christians
Dean Stanley's Testimony
Meaning of Scriptural Terms
Philo's Use of the Words
Use of Gehenna
Whence Came the Doctrine?
Of Heathen Origin
The Apocryphal Book of Enoch
Catholic Hell Copied from Heathen Sources
Early Christianity Adulterated
Original Greek New Testament
"Mitigation" Explained
The Doctrine of "Reserve"
What Was Held as to Doctrine
Modern Theologians Equivocal
Even Lying Defended
Chapter 5 - Two Kindred Topics
Gospel Preached to the Dead
The Gospel of Nicodemus
Prayers for the Dead
Condition of the Dead not Final
Important Thoughts
Chapter 6 - The Apostles' Immediate Successors
The First Christians not Explicit in Eschatological Matters
Views of Clement of Rome
Polycarp, a Destructionist
The Martyria
Barnabas's "Way of Death"
The Shepherd or Pastor of Hermas
Ignatius Probably a Destructionist
Justin Martyr's Views
Punishment Not Endless
Interesting Exposition of Irenæus
The Creed or Irenæus
Probably a Universalist
Bunsen's View
Athenagoras and Theophilus
The Basilidians
The Carpocratians
The Valentinians
Phases of Gnosticism
Noteworthy Facts
The Righteous Pray for the Wicked
The Oracles are Early Christian Classics
Sir John Floyer's Blunder
Pantænus, the "Sicilian Bee"
The Alexandrine School
Alexandria and its Famous School
Alexandria the Christian Metropolis
The Alexandrine Teachers
Max Muller's Words
Clement of Alexandria
Clement's Philosophy
A Transition Period
Clement's Language
Further words of Clement
Allen's Statement
Bigg on Clement
Frederick Denison Maurice's Eulogy
The Final Answer to Skepticism
The First of Christian Theologians
Quotation of Origen's Language
Origen's Exact Words
Meaning of Aionios
Origen on the Purifying Fire
Origen on Gehenna
Views of "Foolish Christians" on Fire
Mosheim and Robertson
The "Dictionary of Christian Biography"
Translation of Origen's Language on Universal Restoration
Mercy and Justice Harmonious
Origen's Grand Statement
Blunt on Origen
Dr. Bigg on Origen
Bunsen on Origen
Origen Cruelly Treated
Origen's Theology Generally Accepted
His Universalism Never Condemned
Origen's Contemporaries
Ancient Universalist Schools
Dr. Beecher's Testimony
Origen Misrepresented
Dr. Pond's Misrepresentation of Origen
Universalism in Good Repute in the Fifth Century
Different Opinions on Human Destiny
The Tributes of Scholars
A Catholic Eulogy
Fourth Century Universalists Ideal Christians
Dean Wordsworth's Error
Advocates Endless Torment
Ambrose of Alexandria
The Manichæans
Manichaean Doctrines
Prof. Shedd's Historical Inaccuracy
Several Fathers
Chapter 15 - Gregory Nazianzen
Bishop of Constantinople
The Penalties of Sin
Views Defined by Great Scholars
Author of Nestorian Declarations
Dorner on Theodore
Unity in Diversity
The Nestorians
The Nestorian Liturgies
Dr. Beecher on Theodore
Instructive Facts
Character of Early Universalists
"Macrina the Blessed."
A Saintly Woman
Macrina's Religious Sentiments
Her Last Days
Macrina a Representative Universalist
Basil the Great
Basil's Language
Cave's Error
Eulogies of Basil
The Mass of Christians Universalists
Gregory Nyssen
Gregory's Language
Perversion of Historians
Opinions in the Fourth Century
Words of Titus of Bostra
Ambrose of Milan
The Blessed
Works of Theodoret
Evagrius Ponticus
Diodore of Tarsus
Maximus 580-662
Chapter 19 - The Deterioration of Christian Thought
Transition of Christianity
Jerome's Politic Course
A Miserable Story
Chrysostom's Views
Neander and Schaff
Augustine and Origen Contrasted
Augustine's Acknowledgment
Milman on Augustinianism
Augustine Less Severe Than Modern Orthodoxy
Decadence and Deterioration
Christianity Paganized
Augustinianism Cruel
Justinian's Views
Home Synod Canons
The Council Refused to Condemn Universalism
Universalism not Condemned for Five Centuries
Significant Facts and Conclusions
The Ancient Councils
Justinian's Suppression of the Truth
Justinian and His Age
The Divine Light Eclipsed
Christianity's Eclipse
The Caricatures of Dante and Angelo
Re-birth of Universalism
The Dawn of Truth
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