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CONTENTS OF THE FOURTH VOLUME.

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Preface

Chap. IX. Pliny the Younger, and Trajan

Epictetus the Stoic Philosopher

XI. The Emperor Adrian

XII. Bruttius Præsens - -

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Phlegon, Thallus, and Dionysius the Areopagite

XIV. . The Emperor Titus Antoninus the Pious

XV.

Sect, 1. The Emperor Marcus Antoninus the Philosopher

2. Of the Persecutions in his Tiine

S. A remarkable Deliverance of this Emperor in his Wars in Ger-

many, and the History of the Thundering Legion considered

xyi. : Apuleius of Madaura in Africa

XVII. A general account of the early adversaries of the Christians, who wrote

against them: Celsus, Porphyry, Hierocles, Julian, Fronto, and some

others

XVIII. Celsus

Sect. 1. His time, and character, and his work against the Christians -

2. Passages in Celsus, atpresenting the Jewish expectation of the

Messiah

3. Passages of Celsus containing references to the books of the

New Testament o

4. Passages of Celsus concerning Christian Facts, chiefly such

as are recorded in the New Testament

5. Passages of Celsus concerning Christian principles -

6. Passages concerning the progress of the Christian religion -

2. Passages of Celsus, in which he chargeth the Christians with

magical practices .

8. Of Christian worship, and their assemblies - -

9. Passages in Celsus concerning those called Heretics

· 10. Passages in Celsus, containing calumnies, or injurious reflec-

tions upon the Christians

11. Remarks upon the Work of Celsus against the Christians, and

upon Origen's Answer to it

12. The Recapitulation

13. Three summaries of the fragments of the works of Celsus pre-

served in Origen, made by three several learned men

XIX. Lucian of Samosata

XX.

Ælius Aristides the Sophist, and Dion Chrysostom

XXI. Galen.

XXII. Conclusion of the second century

XXIII. The persecution of Severus, and Spartian's testimony to

XXIV. Diogenes Laertius

XXV. Alexander Severus

XXVI. Ulpian

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XXVII. Dion Cassius

Dien Cassius ...i n or the Thracian

XXVIII. The persecution of Maximin the First, or the Thracian

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XXIX.. The Emperor Philip; The question considered, whether he was a

Christian

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