Forgery In ChristianityJ. Wheless2
In order to better understand the text, it is necessary to knowthe abreviated Abbreviations for most often used sources:The libraries of the Union Theological Seminary and of ColumbiaUniversity, in New York City, were the places of the finds hererecorded. Cited so often, space will be saved for more valuableuses by citing by their initials,which will become very familiar my chief ecclesiastical authorities, towit:ANF.; The Ante-Nicene Fathers, cited as ANF.; A Collection of theextant Writings of all the Founders of Christianity down to theCouncil of Nicaea, or Nice, in 325 A.D. American Reprint, eightvolumes. The Christian Literature Publishing Co., Buffalo, N.Y.,1885. [xxx]N&PNF.; The Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, cited as N&PNF.;First and Second Series; many volumes; same publishers.CE.;The Catholic Encyclopedia, cited as CE.; fifteen volumes andindex, published under the Imprimatur of Archbishop Farley; NewYork, Robert Appleton Co., 1907-9.EB.,The Encyclopedia Biblica, cited as EB., four volumes; Adam &Charles Black, London, 1899; American Reprint, The Macmillan Co.,New York, 1914.