Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History

Eusebius’ Ecclesiastical History

Contents

Book 1
Chapter 1 – The Plan of the Work.
Chapter 2 – The Pre-existence and Divinity of Jesus Christ.
Chapter 3 – The Name Jesus and Christ were known from the Beginning
Chapter 4 – The Religion proclaimed by him
Chapter 5 – The Time of his Appearance among Men.
Chapter 6 – About the Time of Christ
Chapter 7 – Alleged Discrepancy in the Gospels
Chapter 8 – Cruelty of Herod
Chapter 9 – The Times of Pilate.
Chapter 10 – The High Priests of the Jews under whom Christ taught.
Chapter 11 – Testimonies in Regard to John the Baptist and Christ.
Chapter 12 – The Disciples of our Savior.
Chapter 13 – Prince of the Edessa.

Book 2
Chapter 1 – The Course of the Apostles after the Ascension of Christ.
Chapter 2 – Tiberius reaction when informed by Pilate concerning Christ.
Chapter 3 – The Doctrine of Christ soon spread throughout All the World.
Chapter 4 – After the Death of Tiberius
Chapter 5 – Philo’s Embassy
Chapter 6 – The Misfortunes which overwhelmed the Jews
Chapter 7 – Pilate’s Suicide.
Chapter 8 – The Famine which took Place in the Reign of Claudius.
Chapter 9 – The Martyrdom of James the Apostle.
Chapter 10 – Herod Agrippa, having persecuted the Apostles, immediately experienced the Divine Vengeance.
Chapter 11 – The Impostor Theudas and his Followers.
Chapter 12 – Helen, the Queen of the Osrhoenians.
Chapter 13 – Simon Magus.
Chapter 14 – The Preaching of the Apostle Peter in Rome.
Chapter 15 – The Gospel according to Mark.
Chapter 16 – Mark first proclaimed Christianity to the Inhabitants of Egypt.
Chapter 17 – Philo’s Account of the Ascetics of Egypt.
Chapter 18 – The Works of Philo
Chapter 19 – The Calamity of the Jews in Jerusalem the Day of the Passover.
Chapter 20 – The Events in Jerusalem during the Reign of Nero.
Chapter 21 – The Egyptian, who is mentioned also in the book of Acts.
Chapter 22 – Paul having been sent bound from Judea to Rome.
Chapter 23 – The Martyrdom of James.
Chapter 24 – Annianus the First Bishop of Alexandria after Mark.
Chapter 25 – The Persecution under Nero in which Paul and Peter were honored at Rome with Martyrdom in Behalf of Religion
Chapter 26 – The Jews, commenced the Last War against the Romans.

Book 3
Chapter 1 – The Parts of the World in which the Apostles preached Christ.
Chapter 2 – The First Ruler of the Church of Rome.
Chapter 3 – The Epistles of the Apostles.
Chapter 4 – The First Successors of the Apostles.
Chapter 5 – The Last Siege of the Jews after Christ.
Chapter 6 – The Famine which oppressed the Jews.
Chapter 7 – The Predictions of Christ.
Chapter 8 – The Signs which preceded the War.
Chapter 9 – Josethus and the Works which he has left.
Chapter 10 – The Manner in which Josephus mentions the Divine Books.
Chapter 11 – Symeon rules the Church of Jerusalem after James.
Chapter 12 – Vespasian commands the Descendants of David to be sought.
Chapter 13 – Anencletus, the Second Bishop of Rome.
Chapter 14 – Abilius, the Second Bishop of Alexandria.
Chapter 15 – Clement, the Third Bishop of Rome.
Chapter 16 – The Epistle of Clement.
Chapter 17 – The Persecution under Domitian.
Chapter 18 – The Apostle John and the Apocalypse.
Chapter 19 – Domitian commands the Descendants of David to be slain.
Chapter 20 – The Relatives of our Saviour.
Chapter 21 – Cerdon, the third Bishop of Antioch.
Chapter 22 – Ignatius, the second Bishop of Antioch.
Chapter 23 – Narrative respecting the apostle John.
Chapter 24 – The order of the Gospels.
Chapter 25 – The Genuine and false scriptures.
Chapter 26 – Menander the sorcerer.
Chapter 27 – Heresy of the Ebionites.
Chapter 28 – Cerinthus the Heresiarch.
Chapter 29 – Nicolaus and the Sect named after him.
Chapter 30 – The Apostles that were married.
Chapter 31 – The Death of John and Philip.
Chapter 32 – Symeon, Bishop of Jerusalem, suffers Martyrdom.
Chapter 33 – Trajan forbids the Christians to be sought after.
Chapter 34 – Evarestus, the Fourth Bishop of the Church of Rome.
Chapter 35 – Justus, the Third Bishop of` Jerusalem.
Chapter 36 – Ignatius and his Epistles.
Chapter 37 – The Evangelists that were still Eminent at that Time.
Chapter 38 – The Epistle of Clement and the false Writings ascribed to him.
Chapter 39 – The Writings of Papias.

Book 4
Chapter 1 – The Bishops of Rome and of Alexandria during the Reign of Trajan.
Chapter 2 – The Calamities of the Jews during Trajan’s Reign.
Chapter 3 – The Apologists that wrote in Defense of the Faith during the Reign of Adrian.
Chapter 4 – The Bishops of Rome and of Alexandria under the Same Emperor.
Chapter 5 – The Bishops of Jerusalem from the Age of our Saviour to the Period under Consideration.
Chapter 6 – The Last Siege of the Jews under Adrian.
Chapter 7 – Gnostic Leaders at that Time.
Chapter 8 – Ecclesiastical Writers.
Chapter 9 – The Epistle of Adrian, (Christians should not be punished without a Trial.
Chapter 10 – The Bishops of Rome and of Alexandria during the Reign of Antoninus.
Chapter 11 – The Heresiarchs of that Age.
Chapter 12 – The Apology of Justin addressed to Antoninus.
Chapter 13 – The Epistle of Antoninus to the Common Assembly of Asia in Regard to our Doctrine.
Chapter 14 – The Circumstances related of Polycarp, a Friend of the Apostles.
Chapter 15 – Under Verus, Polycarp with Others suffered Martyrdom at Smyrna.
Chapter 16 – Justin preaches the Word in Rome and suffers Martyrdom.
Chapter 17 – The Martyrs whom Justin intentions in his Own Work.
Chapter 18 – The Works of Justin which have come down to us.
Chapter 19 – The Rulers of the Churches of Rome and Alexandria during the Reign of Ferns.
Chapter 20 – The Rulers of the Church of Antioch.
Chapter 21 – The Ecclesiastical Writers that flourished in Those Days.
Chapter 22 – Hegesippus and the Events which he mentions.
Chapter 23 – Dionysius, Bishop of Corinth, and the Epistles which he wrote.
Chapter 24 – Theaphilus Bishop of Antioch.
Chapter 25 – Philip and Modestus.
Chapter 26 – Melito and the Circumstances which he records.
Chapter 27 – Apolinarius, Bishop of the Church of Hierapolis.
Chapter 28 – Musanus and his Writings.
Chapter 29 – The Heresy of Tatian.
Chapter 30 – Bardesanes the Syrian and his Extant Works.

Book 5
Chapter 1 – The Number of those who fought for Religion in Gaul under Verus and the Nature of their Conflicts.
Chapter 2 – The Martyrs, ministered unto those who fell in the Persecution.
Chapter 3 – The Vision which appeared in a Dream to the Witness Attalus.
Chapter 4 – Irenaeus commended by the Witnesses in a Letter.
Chapter 5 – God sent Rain for Marcus Aurelius Caesar in Answer to Prayer.
Chapter 6 – Catalogue of the Bishops of Rome.
Chapter 7 – Miracles were performed by the Faithful.
Chapter 8 – Irenaeus in regard to the Divine Scriptures.
Chapter 9 – The Bishops under Commodus.
Chapter 10 – Pantaenus the Philosopher.
Chapter 11 – Clement of Alexandria.
Chapter 12 – The Bishops in Jerusalem.
Chapter 13 – Rhodo and his Account of the Dissension of Marcion.
Chapter 14 – The False Prophets of the Phrygians.
Chapter 15 – The Schism of Blastus at Rome.
Chapter 16 – The Circumstances related of Montanus and his False Prophets.
Chapter 17 – Miltiades and his Works.
Chapter 18 – The Manner in which Apollonius refuted the Phrygians.
Chapter 19 – Serapion on the Heresy of the Phrygians.
Chapter 20 – The Writings of Irenaeus against the Schismatics at Rome.
Chapter 21 – How Appolonius suffered Martyrdom at Rome.
Chapter 22 – The Bishops that were well known at this Time.
Chapter 23 – The Question then agitated concerning the Passover.
Chapter 24 – The Disagreement in Asia.
Chapter 25 – How All came to an Agreement respecting the Passover.
Chapter 26 – The Elegant Works of Irenaeus which have come down to us.
Chapter 27 – The Works of Others that flourished at that Time.
Chapter 28 – Those who first advanced the Heresy of Artemon; their Manner of Life, and how they dared to corrupt the Sacred Scriptures.

Book 6
Chapter 1 – The Persecution under Severus.
Chapter 2 – The Training of Origen from Childhood.
Chapter 3 – While still very Young, he taught diligently the Word of Christ.
Chapter 4 – The number of his catechumens that suffered martyrdom.
Chapter 5 – Potamiaena.
Chapter 6 – Clement of Alexandria.
Chapter 7 – The Writer, Judas.
Chapter 8 – Origen’s Daring Deed.
Chapter 9 – The Miracles of Narcissus.
Chapter 10 – The Bishops of Jerusalem.
Chapter 11 – Alexander.
Chapter 12 – Serapion and his Extant Works.
Chapter 13 – The Writings of Clement.
Chapter 14 – The Scriptures mentioned by him.
Chapter 15 – Heraclas.
Chapter 16 – Origen’s Earnest Study of the Divine Scriptures.
Chapter 17 – The Translator Symmachus.
Chapter 18 – Ambrose.
Chapter 19 – Circumstances related of Origen
Chapter 20 – The Extant Works of the Writers of that Age.
Chapter 21 – The Bishops that were well known at that Time.
Chapter 22 – The Works of Hippolytus which have reached us.
Chapter 23 – Origen’s Zeal and his Elevation to the Presbyterate.
Chapter 24 – The Commentaries which he prepared at Alexandria.
Chapter 25 – His Review of the Canonical Scriptures.
Chapter 26 – Heraclas becomes Bishop of Alexandria.
Chapter 27 – How the Bishops regarded Origen.
Chapter 28 – The Persecution under Maximinus.
Chapter 29 – Fabianus, who was designated Bishop of Rome by God.
Chapter 30 – The Pupils of Origen.
Chapter 31 – Africanus.
Chapter 32 – Origen’s Commentaries composed in Caesarea, Palestine.
Chapter 33 – The Error of Beryllus.
Chapter 34 – Philip Caesar.
Chapter 35 – Dionysius succeeds Heraclas in the Episcopate.
Chapter 36 – Other Works of Origen.
Chapter 37 – The Dissension of the Arabians.
Chapter 38 – The Heresy of the Elkesites.
Chapter 39 – The Persecution under Decius, and the Sufferings of Origen.
Chapter 40 – The Events which happened to Dionysius.
Chapter 41 – The Martyrs in Alexandria.
Chapter 42 – Others of whom Dionysius gives an Account.
Chapter 43 – Novatus, his Manner of Life and his Heresy.
Chapter 44 – Dionysius’ Account of Serapion.
Chapter 45 – An Epistle of Dionysius to Novatus.
Chapter 46 – Other Epistles of Dionysius.

Book 7
Chapter 1 – The Wickedness of Decius and Gallus.
Chapter 2 – The Bishops of Rome in those Times.
Chapter 3 – Cyprian, and the Bishops with him, first taught that it was necessary to purify by Baptism those converted from Heresy.
Chapter 4 – The Epistles which Dionysius wrote an this Subject.
Chapter 5 – The Peace following the Persecution.
Chapter 6 – The Heresy of Sabellius.
Chapter 7 – The Abominable Error of the Heretics; the Divine Vision of Dianysius; and the Ecclesiastical Canon which he received.
Chapter 8 – The Heterodoxy of Navatus.
Chapter 9 – The Ungodly Baptism of the Heretics.
Chapter 10 – Valerian and the Persecution under him.
Chapter 11 The Events which happened at this Time to Dionysius and those in Egypt.
Chapter 12 – The Martyrs in Caesarea in Palestine.
Chapter 13 – The Peace under Gallienus.
Chapter 14 – The Bishops that flourished at that Time.
Chapter 15 – The Martyrdom of Marinus at Caesarea.
Chapter 16 – Story in Regard to Astyrius.
Chapter 17 – The Signs at Paneas of the Great Might of our Saviour.
Chapter 18 – The Statue which the Woman with an Issue of Blood erected.
Chapter 19 – The Episcopal Chair of James.
Chapter 20 – The Festal Epistles of Dionysius, in which he also gives a Paschal Canon.
Chapter 21 – The Occurrences at Alexandria.
Chapter 22 – The Pestilence which came upon them.
Chapter 23 – The Reign of Gallienus.
Chapter 24 – Nepos and his Schism.
Chapter 25 – The Apocalypse of John.
Chapter 26 – The Epistles of Dionysius.
Chapter 27 – Paul of Samosata, and the Heresy introduced by hint at Antioch.
Chapter 28 – The Illustrious Bishops of that Time.
Chapter 29 – Paul, having been refuted by Malchion, a Presbyter from the Sophists, was excommunicated.
Chapter 30 – The Epistle of the Bishops against Paul.
Chapter 31 – The Perversive Heresy of the Manicheans which began at this Time.
Chapter 32 – The Distinguished Ecclesiastics of our Day, and which of them survived until the Destruction of the Churches.

Book 8
Chapter 1 – The Events which preceded the Persecution.
Chapter 2 – The Destruction of the Churches.
Chapter 3 – The Nature of the Conflicts endured in the Persecution.
Chapter 4 – The Famous Martyrs of God, who filled Every Place with their Memory and won Various Crowns in behalf of Religion.
Chapter 5 – Those in Nicomedia.
Chapter 6 – Those in the Palace.
Chapter 7 – The Egyptians in Phoenicia.
Chapter 8 – These in Egypt.
Chapter 9 – Those in Thebais.
Chapter 10 – The Writings of Phileas the Martyr describing the Occurrences at Alexandria.
Chapter 11 – Those in Phrygia.
Chapter 12 – Many Others, both Men and Women, who suffered in Various Ways.
Chapter 13 – The Bishops of the Church that evinced by their Blood the Genuineness of the Religion which they preached.
Chapter 14 – The Character of the Enemies of Religion.
Chapter 15 – The Events which happened to the Heathen.
Chapter 16 – The Change of Affirms for the Better.
Chapter 17 – The Revocation of the Rulers.

Book 8 A The Book of the Martyrs
Chapter 1 – Chapter 1
Chapter 2 – Chapter 2
Chapter 3 – Chapter 3
Chapter 4 – Chapter 4
Chapter 5 – Chapter 5
Chapter 6 – Chapter 6
Chapter 7 – Chapter 7
Chapter 8 – Chapter 8
Chapter 9 – Chapter 9
Chapter 10 – Chapter 10
Chapter 11 – Chapter 11
Chapter 12 – Chapter 12
Chapter 13 – Chapter 13

Book 9
Chapter 1 – The Pretended Relaxation.
Chapter 2 – The Subsequent Reverse.
Chapter 3 – The Newly Erected Statue at Antioch.
Chapter 4 – The Memorials against us.
Chapter 5 – The Forged Acts.
Chapter 6 – Those who suffered Martyrdom at this Time.
Chapter 7 – The Decree against us which was engraved on Pillars.
Chapter 8 – The Misfortunes which happened in Connection with these Things, in Famine, Pestilence, and War
Chapter 9 – The Victory of the God-Beloved Emperors.
Chapter 10 – The Overthrow of the Tyrants and the Words, which they uttered before their Death.
Chapter 11 – The Final Destruction of the Enemies of Religion.

Book 10
Chapter 1 – The Peace granted us by God.
Chapter 2 – The Restoration of the Churches.
Chapter 3 – The Dedications in Every Place.
Chapter 4 – Panegyric on the Splendor of Affairs.
Chapter 5 – Copies of Imperial Laws.
Chapter 6 – Copy of an Imperial Epistle in which Money is granted to the Churches.
Chapter 7 – The Exemption of the Clergy
Chapter 8 – The Subsequent Wickedness of Licinius, and his Death.
Chapter 9 – The Victory of Constantine, and the Blessings which under him accrued to the Subjects of the Roman Empire.

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