The Church in Ancient Society: From Galilee to Gregory the Great

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Index
Aberkios bp Hierapolis 217
abortion 126 , 153 , 343 , 485 , 648
Acacius bp Amida 349
Acacius bp Beroea (Aleppo) 488 , 494 , 496 , 538f .
Acacius bp Caesarea (Palestine) 244 , 247 , 278 , 288ff . , 293
Acacius bp Constantinople 591 , 610 , 669
Acacius bp Melitene 538 , 540 , 591
actors 215 , 481
Adeodatus 473
Adoptianists in Spain 168
Adrianople, battle (378) 365 , 423
Aelian 125
Aerius 334
Aetius (Anomoean) 274 , 277 , 280 , 289ff . , 307 , 422
Aetius, Roman general 638
Aetius bp Thessalonica 243
Africanus, Julius 130f .
Agapetus, pope 616
Agapius of Mabbog 22
Agatho, pope 674
Agrippinus bp Carthage 120
Akoimetai (Sleepless monks) 411 , 590 , 597f . , 608
Alaric 391 , 443 , 477 , 480 , 488f . , 509f . , 636 , 638
Alexander bp Alexandria 196f . , 227
Alexander bp Antioch 432 , 502 , 546
Alexander bp Hierapolis 534 , 542f . , 544f . , 548 , 629
Alexandria, council (362) 246 , 416
allegory 32ff . , 111 , 128 , 136f . , 332 , 436 , 517
alms 484f .
altar of Victory 270 , 317
Alypius bp Thagaste 448 , 457 , 460 , 476
Ambrose bp Milan 26 , 139 , 214 , 314 , 317 , 330f . , 340 , 344 , 346 , 348-78 , 401 , 427 , 429 , 452 , 473 , 476 , 480 , 514 , 523
Ambrosiaster 315ff . , 362 , 379-81 , 444
Ammianus Marcellinus 207f . , 261 , 267 , 300 , 310 , 447 , 467
Ammonios bp Berenice 163
Ammonios Sakkas 173
Amphilochius bp Iconium 334 , 413 , 425 , 433
Amphilochius bp Side 413 , 537 , 571
Anastasius, emperor 600ff .
Anastasius I, pope 328f . , 440 , 449
Anatolius, bp Constantinople 562 , 565 , 567 , 569 , 578
Anatolius of Alexandria, bp Laodicea 25
Andrew bp Samosata 542 , 545
Anemius bp Sirmium 356
Angels, nine ranks 660
Anicetus 100
anointing (baptismal) 214
Anthemius, prefect 500f .
Anthimus bp Trebizond, then Constantinople, deposed as Monophysite 616f . , 626
Anthimus bp Tyana 341 , 345
Antioch on the Orontes 29 , 65 , 145 , 180 ; bankrupt 601 ; council (325) 196 ; council (341) 235ff . , 421 ; jurisdiction 502ff . ; scandal (344) 251 ; schism 415-32 ; statues 479
Antisthenes 2
Antoninus Pius 94
Antony of Egypt 398ff .
Anysius bp of Thessalonica 500
Aphrahat 231 , 409
Apiarius 458f .
Apion of Alexandria 7 , 306
Apollinaris 168 , 321 , 332 , 341 , 424 , 433 , 482 , 518ff . , 541
Apollinaris, Sidonius 637 , 642-7
Apollonius of Tyana 2 , 113 , 374
Apollos 46 , 124
Apophthegms of the Fathers 407 , 623
Apostles' Creed 354 , 442
Apronianus 441
Apuleius 146
Aquila 29
Aquileia 299 , 321 ; Council 367 , 369f . ; mosaic 187 , 225 , 247
Arab churches 630f .
Arator 619
Arbogast I 374 ; II 642
Arcadius, emperor 375 , 487f . , 493ff .
Archilochus 2
Ariminum, council 281ff .
Aristeas 18
Aristolaus 538f . , 542
Arius 196ff . , 201f . , 227 , 517
Arles: Church 454ff . , 510 ; council (314) 185 , 321 , 620 ; Council (353) 266f . ; tension with Vienne 634 , 650 ; Vicariate 662

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • The Church in Ancient Society iii
  • Prefatory Note vi
  • Contents vii
  • Abbreviations ix
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The First Followers of Jesus 5
  • 2: The Jewish Matrix 13
  • 3: Jews and Christians Survive Rome's Crushing of Revolts 21
  • 4: The Hebrew Scriptures in the Church 27
  • 5: Interpreting Scripture 32
  • 6: Apostles and Evangelists 43
  • 7: Women Among Jesus' Followers 53
  • 8: 'Barnabas', Jewish Christianity, Trouble at Corinth 56
  • 9: Ignatius of Antioch 65
  • 10: Didache 84
  • 11: Marcion 89
  • 12: Justin 93
  • 13: Irenaeus of Lyon 100
  • 14: The New Testament Text 108
  • 15: Celsus: A Platonist Attack 110
  • 16: Montanism: Perpetua 114
  • 17: Tertullian, Minucius Felix 118
  • 18: Clement of Alexandria 124
  • 19: Julius Africanus 130
  • 20: Hippolytus and Liturgy 132
  • 21: Origen 135
  • 22: Cyprian of Carthage 145
  • 23: Dionysius of Alexandria 161
  • 24: Paul of Samosata 166
  • 25: Mani 170
  • 26: Plotinus, Porphyry 173
  • 27: Diocletian and the Great Persecution; Rise of Constantine 176
  • 28: Constantine 190
  • 29: The Seeds of Reaction 201
  • 30: The Church at Prayer 212
  • 31: Athanasius, Marcellus, and the Gathering Storm 226
  • 32: A Fiasco at Serdica 240
  • 33: Religious Division 254
  • 34: Athanasius' Return 260
  • 35: Constantius' Double Council of Unity 279
  • 36: Julian and the Church 295
  • 37: Damasus, Siricius, Papal Authority, Synesius of Cyrene 314
  • 38: Basil of Caesarea (Cappadocia) 331
  • 39: Ambrose 348
  • 40: Ambrosiaster 379
  • 41: Donatism 382
  • 42: Monks: The Ascetic Life 394
  • 43: Messalians 411
  • 44: Schism at Antioch 415
  • 45: Jerome and Rufinus 433
  • 46: Pelagius, Caelestius, and the Roman See in Gaul and North Africa 446
  • 47: Julian of Eclanum 464
  • 48: Augustine 473
  • 49: John Chrysostom 479
  • 50: Innocent I and John Chrysostom's Honour 499
  • 51: The Christological Debate, I 515
  • 52: The Christological Debate, Ii 538
  • 53: The Christological Debate, Iii 557
  • 54: The Aftermath of the Council of Chalcedon 592
  • 55: Justinian, Origen, and the 'Three Chapters' 612
  • 56: The Ancient Oriental Churches 628
  • 57: The Church and the Barbarian Invasions in the West 633
  • 58: Pope Gregory the Great (590-604) 658
  • 59: Worship After Constantine 675
  • 60: Pilgrims 684
  • 61: Penance 688
  • Further Reading 694
  • Dates of Roman Emperors 714
  • Index 721
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