Discourses against Judaizing Christians

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Texts and Translations of the Discourses (see below,Introduction III Sect. 6-8)

Erasmus, Desiderius. Divi Iohannis Chrysostomi et Divi Athanasii .. lucu- brationes aliquot etc. [containing Discourses IV-VIII in a Latin trans- lation] (Basle 1527).

Hoeschel, David. Contra Iudaeos homiliae VI (Augsburg 1602).

Duc, Fronton du (Fronto Ducaeus). Ad populum Antiochenum, adv. Iudae- os, De incomprehensibili Dei natura, De sanctis deque diversis eius- modi argumentis homiliae LXXVII (Paris 1609).

Savile, Henry. S. Iohannis Chrysostomi opera omnia [title actually in Greek only] (8 vols., Eton 1612).

Duc, Fronton du (Fronto Ducaeus). S. Iohannis Chrysostomi opera omnia (12 vols., Paris 1636-42).

Montfaucon, Bernard de. S. Iohannis Chrysostomi opera omnia (13 vols., Paris 1718-38 and Venice 1734-41). Second edition by Th. Fix (Paris 1834-39; reprinted by J.-P. Mingein PG47-61;Paris 1863 [earlier print- ings of vol. 48: 1859]).

Bareille, J. Oeuvres complètes de S. Jean Chrysostome [Montfaucon's text with French translation] (12 vols., Paris 1865-73).

Schatkin, Margaret. "St. John Chrysostom's Homily on the Protopaschites [the third discourse Adv. Iud.]: Introduction and Translation," Orien- talia christiana analecta 195 (= The Heritage of the Early Church [Es- says in Honor of ... G.V. Florovsky]; Rome 1973) 167-86.

Other Patristic Texts and Translations

The Apostolic Fathers, trans. F.X. Glimm et al. (FC 1; New York 1946; rev. 1948; repr., Washington, D.C., 1962, 1969).

Cyprian, St. Ad Quirinum testimonia, trans. R.E. Wallis (Ante-Nicene Library 13; Edinburgh 1869).

Cyril of Jerusalem, St. The Works of Saint Cyril of Jerusalem, trans. L.P. McCauley and A.A. Stephenson (FC 64; Washington, D.C., 1970).

The Didache, The Epistle of Barnabas etc. trans. J.A. Kleist (ACW 6; West- minster, Md., 1948).

Jerome, St. Lettres, trans. J. Labourt, 7 (Paris 1961).

John Chrysostom, St. Sur l'incompréhensibilité de Dieu [De incomp. 1-5], introd. F. Cavallera and J. Daniélou; trans. R. Flacelière (SC 28bis; Paris 1951).

— Huit catéchèses baptismales, ed., trans. A. Wenger (SC 50bis; Paris 1957; new ed. 1970).

— Homilies on the Gospel of St. John, trans. Sister Thomas Aquinas Goggin (FC 33 and 41; New York 1957, 1960).

— Baptismal Instructions, trans. P.W. Harkins (ACW 31; Westminster, Md., 1963).

Josephus. Jewish War, trans. H. St. J. Thackeray, in The Loeb Classical Library Josephus, vols. 2-3 (London 1927, 1928).-Jewish Antiquities, trans. Thackeray, R. Marcus et al., ibid., vols. 4-9 (London 1928-65).

Justin Martyr, St. Writings, trans. T.B. Falls (FC 6; New York 1948; repr., Washington, D.C., 1965).

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  • The Fathers of the Church *
  • The Fathers of the Church *
  • Discourses against Judaizing Christians *
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Select Bibliography xiii
  • Abbreviations xvii
  • Discourses against Judaizing Christians *
  • Introduction xxi
  • Discourse I 1
  • Discourse II 35
  • Discourse III 47
  • Discourse IV 71
  • Discourse V 97
  • Discourse VI 147
  • Discourse VII 177
  • Discourse VIII 205
  • Indices 243
  • Generalindex 245
  • Index of Holy Scripture 273
  • The Fathers of the Church Series 287
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