Three Chief-Priests successively succeed Cyril; Restoration of Cyril to the See of Jerusalem, Apostasy of Julian, the Traitor. Noté /5. Bold Fidelity of Maris, Bishop of Chalcedon, Chapter V Wrath of the Emperor, and Firmness of Theodore the Confessor, Chapter XX Account Given, by Gregory the Theologian, of Apolinarius and Eunomius, in a Letter to Nectarius. The Ecclesiastical Histories It is commonly accepted that Sozomen, while writing his history, took the The Plots against him of Assassination, Unlawful Expulsion of John from his Bishopric. These Four repair to John on account of his Interest; for this Reason, Theophilus was enraged, and prepares himself to fight against John, Chapter XIV The Pious elect Evagrius. Synod at Ephesus against Nestorius. Melitius is ordained by the Arians, and supplants Eustathius in the Bishopric of Sebaste, Chapter XXVI Flight of Athanasius, Chapter X Deputation from the Council of Ancyra to Constantius, Chapter XIV Severian, Bishop of Gabales, and Antiochus, Bishop of Ptolemais. Their Oath respecting the Episcopal See, Chapter IV His Sisters. Visions of the Emperor’s Death seen by Various Individuals. Peculiar Schism among the Novatians, Chapter XXII Theodosiolus and Lagodius. Gainas the Goth attempts to usurp the Sovereign Power; after filling Constantinople with Disorder, he is slain, Chapter VII War arises between Constantine and Licinius on Account of the Christians. Sedition on Account of John Chrysostom’s Banishment. Of the Holy Men who flourished about this time in Egypt, namely, Antony, the Two Macariuses, Heraclius, Cronius, Paphnutius, Putubastus, Arsisius, Serapion, Piturion, Pachomius, Apollonius, Anuph, Hilarion, and a Register of many other Saints, Chapter XV Capture of Gerontius and his Wife; their Death, Chapter XIV Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical.. Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers. The Courageous Saros; Alaric, by a Stratagem, obtains Possession of Rome, and protected the Sacred Asylum of the Apostle Peter, Chapter X Edited by Roger Pearse. Vision of Antony the Great, Chapter VI Vision of Antony the Great, Death of Jovian; The Life of Valentinian, and his Confidence in God; how he was advanced to the Throne and selected his Brother Valens to reign with him; the Differences of Both, Troubles again arise in the Churches, and the Synod of Lampsacus is held. Violent Death and Triumph of George, Bishop of Alexandria. 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The Different Nations took up Arms against the Romans, of whom some were, through the Providence of God defeated, and others brought to Terms of Amity, Chapter VI Julius, Bishop of Rome, and Hosius, the Spanish Bishop, deposed by the Bishops of the East, because they held Communion with Athanasius and the Rest, The Bishops of the Party of Julius and Hosius held another Session and deposed the Eastern High Priests, and also made a Formulary of Faith, After the Synod, the East and the West are separated; the West nobly adheres to the Faith of the Nicene Council, while the East is disturbed by Contention here and there over this Dogma, Of the Holy Men who flourished about this time in Egypt, namely, Antony, the Two Macariuses, Heraclius, Cronius, Paphnutius, Putubastus, Arsisius, Serapion, Piturion, Pachomius, Apollonius, Anuph, Hilarion, and a Register of many other Saints, Didymus the Blind, and Aetius the Heretic, Transactions of that Period, and Progress of Christian Doctrine through the Joint Efforts of Emperors and Arch-Priests, Concerning the Doctrines held by the Sons of Constantine. The Epistle which he sent to the Pagan High-Priests, Chapter XVII Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories Kindle Edition by Socrates Scholasticus (Author) Format: Kindle Edition. The Psathyrians, The Eunomians divide into Several Factions, The Usurper Eugenius compasses the Death of Valentinian the Younger. Of the Synod at Ariminum, and the Creed there published, Chapter XXXVIII Sedition of the Jews in Palestine. His Removal from his See when he attempted to remove the Coffin of Constantine the Great. Marcellus being informed of this, and wishing to counteract his influence, in his over-anxiety to confute him, fell into the diametrically opposite error; for he dared to say, as the Samosatene255 had done, that Christ was a mere man. The Body of John Chrysostom transferred to Constantinople, and placed in the Church of the Apostles by the Emperor at the Instigation of Proclus, Chapter XLVI The Interests of the Orthodox are much augmented by the Teachings of John, while the Wealthy are More and More Enraged, Chapter IX Acesius, Bishop of the Novatians, is summoned by the Emperor to be present at the First Council, Chapter XXIII Early Church Fathers - Post Nicene Fathers II - Volume 2-Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories by Socrates Scholasticus book. Epiphanius, surnamed Scholasticus, translated the history of Socrates,… Events at Edessa: Constancy of the Devout Citizens, and Courage of a Pious Woman, Chapter XIX The Plots against him of Assassination, Chapter XXII Resistance of Basil the Great, Gregory the Theologian, and Apolinarius to this Decree. On the Death of Eusebius Pamphilus, Acacius succeeds to the Bishopric of Caesarea, Chapter V Account of Sisinius, Bishop of the Novatians, Education, Training, Conduct, and Wisdom of the Great John Chrysostom; his Promotion to the See; Theophilus, Bishop of Alexandria, becomes his Confirmed Opponent, Rapid Promotion of John to the Bishopric, and more Vehement Grappling with its Affairs. Likely served as a basis for the Ecclesiastical History by Sozomen who wrote on the same era during a similar time period. On the Deposition of Macedonius, Eudoxius obtains the Bishopric of Constantinople, Chapter XLIII Troubles again arise in the Churches, and the Synod of Lampsacus is held. Arsacius elected to succeed John. On account of it John is exiled a Second Time, Chapter XIX Concerning Apolinarius: Father and Son of that Name. Further Dissensions among the Arians at Constantinople. The Propositions made by Agelius and Sisinius, the Novatians. The Praise of God in Hymns, Chapter XXI Gregory of Nyssa: Dogmatic Treatises, Etc NPNF2–06. The Synod concerning John, Chapter XX Arrival of Theophilus from Egypt. The Emperor’s Invasion of Persia, and Death, Chapter XXII Three Chief-Priests successively succeed Cyril; Restoration of Cyril to the See of Jerusalem, Chapter I When the Treaty with the Romans was dissolved, Moses, their Bishop, who had been ordained by the Christians, renewed it. Maximus, the Cynical Philosopher, Concerning Martyrius of Cilicia. When the Bishops will not listen to Athanasius’ Defense on the Second Charge, he betakes himself to the Emperor, Chapter XXXII These English translations are all out of copyright, but were not included in the 38 volume collection of Ante-Nicene, Nicene and … He re-establishes Discipline in the Churches everywhere. Epiphanius and John, The Dispute between the Empress and John. What Constantine the Great effected about the Oak in Mamre; he also built a Temple, Chapter V Refutation of what Libanius the Sophist said concerning Julian, Chapter XXIV About the Sign of the Cross which appeared on the Clothing of those who had exerted themselves in this Work, Chapter I Demolition of the Idolatrous Temples at Alexandria, and the Consequent Conflict between the Pagans and Christians, Chapter XVII The Emperor Valens, while at Antioch, again persecutes the Adherents of the Homoousion.’, Chapter XVIII Calumny respecting St. Athanasius and the Hand of Arsenius, Chapter XXIV Account of St. Spyridon: His Modesty and Steadfastness, Chapter XII Enterprise of Gainas, the Gothic Barbarian. Valens in his Flight enters a Chaff-House, is consumed, and so yields up his Life, When the Romans are pressed by the Barbarians, Mavia sends Assistance, and some of the Populace effect a Victory. Inundation of the Nile, Chapter XXI Rebellion of Attalus and his General Heraclean; and how he eventually craved Forgiveness at the Feet of Honorius, Chapter IX Formulary of the Council of Ariminum approved by the Acacians. He re-establishes Discipline in the Churches everywhere. By what Means the Emperor Constantine became a Christian, While Constantine favors the Christians, Licinius, his Colleague, persecutes them, War arises between Constantine and Licinius on Account of the Christians, The Dispute of Arius with Alexander, his Bishop, Division begins in the Church from this Controversy; and Alexander Bishop of Alexandria excommunicates Arius and his Adherents, The Emperor Constantine being grieved at the Disturbance of the Churches, sends Hosius the Spaniard to Alexandria, exhorting the Bishop and Arius to Reconciliation and Unity, Of the Synod which was held at Nicaea in Bithynia, and the Creed there put forth, The Letter of the Synod, relative to its Decisions: and the Condemnation of Arius and those who agreed with him, The Emperor also summons to the Synod Acesius, Bishop of the Novatians, Eusebius Bishop of Nicomedia, and Theognis Bishop of Nicaea, who had been banished for agreeing in Opinion with Arius, having published their Recantation, and assented to the Creed, are reinstated in their Sees, After the Synod, on the Death of Alexander, Athanasius is constituted Bishop of Alexandria, The Emperor Constantine having enlarged the Ancient Byzantium, calls it Constantinople, The Emperor’s Mother Helena having come to Jerusalem, searches for and finds the Cross of Christ, and builds a Church, The Emperor Constantine abolishes Paganism and erects many Churches in Different Places, In what Manner the Nations in the Interior of India were Christianized in the Times of Constantine, In what Manner the Iberians were converted to Christianity, Manes, the Founder of the Manichaean Heresy, and on his Origin, Eusebius Bishop of Nicomedia, and Theognis Bishop of Nicaea, having recovered Confidence, endeavor to subvert the Nicene Creed, by plotting against Athanasius, Of the Synod held at Antioch, which deposed Eustathius, Bishop of Antioch, on whose account a Sedition broke out and almost ruined the City, Of the Presbyter who exerted himself for the Recall of Arius, Arius, on being recalled, presents a Recantation to the Emperor, and pretends to accept the Nicene Creed, Arius having returned to Alexandria with the Emperor’s Consent, and not being received by Athanasius, the Partisans of Eusebius bring Many Charges against Athanasius before the Emperor, On Account of the Charges against Athanasius, the Emperor convokes a Synod of Bishops at Tyre, Of Arsenius, and his Hand which was said to have been cut off, Athanasius is found Innocent of what he was accused; his Accusers take to Flight, When the Bishops will not listen to Athanasius’ Defense on the Second Charge, he betakes himself to the Emperor, On the Departure of Athanasius, those who composed the Synod vote his Deposition, The Members of the Synod proceed from Tyre to Jerusalem, and having celebrated the Dedication of the New Jerusalem,’ receive Arius and his Followers into Communion, The Emperor summons the Synod to himself by Letter, in order that the Charges against Athanasius might be carefully examined before him, The Synod not having come to the Emperor, the Partisans of Eusebius accuse Athanasius of having threatened to divert the Corn supplied to Constantinople from Alexandria: the Emperor being exasperated at this banishes Athanasius into Gaul, Of Marcellus Bishop of Ancyra, and Asterius the Sophist, After the Banishment of Athanasius, Arius having been sent for by the Emperor, raises a Disturbance against Alexander Bishop of Constantinople, Introduction containing the Reason for the Author’s Revision of his First and Second Books, Eusebius, Bishop of Nicomedia, and his Party, by again endeavoring to introduce the Arian Heresy, create Disturbances in the Churches, Athanasius, encouraged by the Letter of Constantine the Younger, returns to Alexandria, On the Death of Eusebius Pamphilus, Acacius succeeds to the Bishopric of Caesarea, Alexander, Bishop of Constantinople, when at the Point of Death proposes the Election either of Paul or of Macedonius as his Successor, The Emperor Constantius ejects Paul after his Election to the Bishopric, and sending for Eusebius of Nicomedia, invests him with the Bishopric of Constantinople, Eusebius having convened Another Synod at Antioch in Syria, causes a New Creed to be promulgated, The Bishops assembled at Antioch, on the Refusal of Eusebius of Emisa to accept the Bishopric of Alexandria, ordain Gregory, and change the Language of the Nicene Creed, On the Arrival of Gregory at Alexandria, tended by a Military Escort, Athanasius flees, The People of Constantinople restore Paul to his See after the Death of Eusebius, while the Arians elect Macedonius, Paul is again ejected from the Church by Constantius, in consequence of the Slaughter of Hermogenes, his General, The Arians remove Gregory from the See of Alexandria, and appoint George in his Place, Athanasius and Paul going to Rome, and having obtained Letters from Bishop Julius, recover their respective Dioceses, The Emperor Constantius, through an Order to Philip the Praetorian Prefect, secures the Exile of Paul, and the Installation of Macedonius in his See, Athanasius, intimidated by the Emperor’s Threats, returns to Rome again, The Emperor of the West requests his Brother to send him Three Persons who could give an Account of the Deposition of Athanasius and Paul. Theophronius, his Successor; of Eutychus, and of Dorotheus, and their Heresies; of those called Psathyrians; Division of the Arians into Different Parties; those in Constantinople were more Limited, Another Heresy, that of the Sabbatians, is originated by the Novatians. Eudoxius and Acacius strenuously sought the Abolition of the Formularies of Faith set forth at Nicaea and at Ariminum; Troubles which thence arose in the Churches, Macedonius, after his Rejection from his See, blasphemes against the Holy Spirit; Propagation of his Heresy through the Instrumentality of Marathonius and Others, The Arians, under the Impression that the divine Meletius upheld their Sentiments, translate him from Sebaste to Antioch. Theodosius, after destroying the Tyrant, celebrates a Magnificent Triumph in Rome, Flavian and Evagrius, Bishops of Antioch. Rufinus is the original; Socrates expressly states that he follows Rufinus, while Sozomen knows Socrates' version, but is not satisfied with it and follows Rufinus more closely. Transactions in Rome and Dalmatia, Chapter V Recently, however, his legal education has been questioned by some scholars. The bishops assembled at Constantinople deposed also Marcellus bishop of Ancyra, a city of Galatia Minor, on this account. Monks of Syria and Persia: Battheus, Eusebius, Barges, Halas, Abbo, Lazarus, Abdaleus, Zeno, Heliodorus, Eusebius of Carrae, Protogenes, and Aones, Chapter XXXIV Of the Hieroglyphics found in the Temple of Serapis, Chapter XVIII His Fore-knowledge of his Own Death, Voluminous Productions of Philip, a Presbyter of Side, Proclus ordained Bishop of Cyzicus by Sisinnius, but rejected by the People, Nestorius of Antioch promoted to the See of Constantinople. Of Eudoxia’s Silver Statue. Honorius and Stilicho. Death of Jovian; The Life of Valentinian, and his Confidence in God; how he was advanced to the Throne and selected his Brother Valens to reign with him; the Differences of Both, Chapter VII The Early Church Fathers is one of the most important collections of historical, philosophical and theological writings available in English to the student of the Christian Church. How Julian, the Uncle of the Traitor, on Account of these Vessels, falls a Prey to Worms, Chapter IX Troubles again arise in the Churches; Synod of Antioch, in which the Nicene Faith is confirmed; the Points which this Important Synod wrote about to Jovian, Chapter V SOCRATES & SOZOMENUS. On the Death of George, Athanasius returns to Alexandria, and takes Possession of his See, Chapter VI Of the Holy Men who flourished at this Period in Egypt. From Aversion to the Christians, Julian granted Permission to the Jews to rebuild the Temple at Jerusalem; in every Endeavor to put their Hands to the Work, Fire sprang upward and killed Many. Arcadius is proclaimed Augustus. The Emperor summons the Synod to himself by Letter, in order that the Charges against Athanasius might be carefully examined before him, Chapter XXXV Ambrose, Governor of the Province, going to appease the Tumult, is by General Consent and with the Approval of the Emperor Valentinian elected to the Bishopric of that Church, Chapter XXXII The Psathyrians, Chapter XXIV 2) [Schaff, Philip, Wace, Henry] on Amazon.com. The Saracens, under Mavia their Queen, embrace Christianity; and Moses, a Pious Monk, is consecrated their Bishop, Chapter XXXVII Ejection of Paul and Athanasius; Macedonius is invested with the Government of the Church of Constantinople, Chapter X Boldness of St. Amphilochius toward the Emperor, Concerning the Second Holy General Council, and the Place and Cause of its Convention. Calamities which Julian entailed upon the Romans, Chapter III Proceedings of the Council of Ariminum, Chapter XVIII Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories eBook: Scholasticus, Socrates: Amazon.in: Kindle स्टोर The Macedonians, pressed by the Emperor’s Violence toward them, send a Deputation to Liberius Bishop of Rome, and subscribe the Nicene Creed, Chapter XIII Gratian commands each to believe as he wishes, Gratian elects Theodosius of Spain to reign with him, Arianism prevails throughout the Eastern Churches except that of Jerusalem. Synod held at Rome, by which Auxentius is deposed; the Definition which it sent by Letter, Concerning St. Ambrose and his Elevation to the High Priesthood; how he persuaded the People to practice Piety. Cyrinus, Bishop of Chalcedon, Chapter XVII The Emperor of the West requests his Brother to send him Three Persons who could give an Account of the Deposition of Athanasius and Paul. Assault upon the Monks, and Banishment of their Superiors, who exhibit Miraculous Power, Chapter XXVI Book I. Exile of John to Cucusus, Chapter XXIII Discovery of the Relics of Zechariah the Prophet, and of Stephen the Proto-Martyr, Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories. The Bishops of Antioch and Rome, Chapter X How the Armenians and Persians embraced Christianity, Chapter IX Concerning the Occurrences between the Empress Justina and St. Ambrose. The Goths, under the Reign of Valens, embrace Christianity, Chapter XXXIV Meletius formed his own Church: but those who held to Consubstantiality turned away from him because he had been ordained by Arians, Chapter XXIX Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories: Socrates and Sozomenus Ecclesiastical Histories eBook: Socrates S.: Amazon.co.uk: Kindle Store I. p. 326. and is contained in his Ancient Ecclesiastical Histories of the first six hundred years after Christ, written in the Greek tongue by three learned Historiographers, Eusebius, Socrates and Evagrius. Das christliche Kaisertum bei den Kirchenhistorikern Socrates, Sozomenus … Social. 3 Socrates and Sozomenus, Ecclesiastical Histories, ed. Valens persecutes the Novatians, because they accepted the Orthodox Faith, Chapter X Sixteen Thousand Distinguished Men in Persia suffer Martyrdom under Sapor, besides Obscure Individuals, Constantine writes to Sapor to stay the Persecution of the Christians, Eusebius and Theognis who at the Council of Nice had assented to the Writings of Arius restored to their own Sees, On the Death of Alexander, Bishop of Alexandria, at his Suggestion, Athanasius receives the Throne; and an Account of his Youth; how he was a Self-Taught Priest, and beloved by Antony the Great, The Arians and Melitians confer Celebrity on Athanasius; concerning Eusebius, and his Request of Athanasius to admit Arius to Communion; concerning the Term “Consubstantial”; Eusebius Pamphilus and Eustathius, Bishop of Antioch, create Tumults above all the rest, Synod of Antioch; Unjust Deposition of Eustathius; Euphronius receives the Throne; Constantine the Great writes to the Synod and to Eusebius Pamphilus, who refuses the Bishopric of Antioch, Concerning Maximus, who succeeded Macarius in the See of Jerusalem, The Melitians and the Arians agree in Sentiment; Eusebius and Theognis endeavor to inflame anew the Disease of Arius, The Vain Machinations of the Arians and Melitians against St. Athanasius, Calumny respecting St. Athanasius and the Hand of Arsenius, Some Indian Nations received Christianity at that Time through the Instrumentality of Two Captives, Frumentius and Edesius, Council of Tyre; Illegal Deposition of St. Athanasius, Erection of a Temple by Constantine the Great at Golgotha, in Jerusalem; its Dedication, Concerning the Presbyter by whom Constantine was persuaded to recall Arius and Euzoius from Exile; the Tractate concerning his Possibly Pious Faith, and how Arius was again received by the Synod assembled at Jerusalem, Letter from the Emperor Constantine to the Synod of Tyre, and Exile of St. Athanasius through the Machination of the Arian Faction, Alexander, Bishop of Constantinople; his Refusal to receive Arius into Communion; Arius is burst asunder while seeking Natural Relief, Account given by the Great Athanasius of the Death of Arius, Events which occurred in Alexandria after the Death of Arius. The Arch-Priests of Antioch. Account of what happened to Athanasius the Great through the Machinations of the Arians, Divers Machinations of the Arians against Athanasius, and his Escape from Various Dangers through Divine Interposition. 3 Socrates and Sozomenus, Ecclesiastical Histories, ed. The Courageous Saros; Alaric, by a Stratagem, obtains Possession of Rome, and protected the Sacred Asylum of the Apostle Peter, A Roman Lady who manifested a Deed of Modesty, The Tyrants who in the West at that Time rebelled against Honorius. Many of the Jews in Crete embrace the Christian Faith, Chapter XXXIX The Trouble which followed. The Preface of the Book, in which he investigates the History of the Jewish Nation; Mention of those who began such a Work; how and from what Sources he collected his History; how he was intent upon the Truth, and what other Details the History will contain, Chapter II Death of Constans Caesar. 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