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FATHERS OF THE THREE FIRST CENTURIES,
WHO ARE QUOTED IN THIS COMMENT,
Together with the Time when they flourished, and the Editions of their Works herein made use of, are as follow:
BARNABAS flourished in the Year of our Lord
34. See his Epistle, printed at Oxford in
12mo, 1685. CLEMENT of Rome flourished in the Year 70.
See his Epistle to the Corinthians, printed at
Oxford in 12mo, 1677. IGNATIUS of Antioch flourished in the Year 101.
See his Epistles printed at Lond. 4to. 1680. JUSTIN MARTYR flourished in the Year 155.
See his Works printed at Cologn in fol. 1686. The Church of Smyrna flourished in 168. See
their Epistle in Eusebius, B. IV. Ch. 15. ATHENAGORAS flourished in the Year 170. See
his Treatise entitled, Legatio pro Christo,
printed at Cologn in 1686. THEOPHILUS of Antioch flourished in the Year 180. See his Epistle to Autolycus, printed at
Oxford in 12mo, 1684. IRENÆUS flourished in the Year 184. See his
Book against Heresies, printed at Oxford in fol. 1702.
TERTULLIAN flourished in the Year 198. See
his Works, printed at Basil in fol. 1550. CLEMENT of Alexandria flourished in the Year
204. See his Treatise entitled, Quis dives
salvetur, printed at Oxford in 12mo, 1683. ORIGEN flourished in the Year 230. See his
Book against Celsus, printed at Cambridge in
4to, 1677. CYPRIAN flourished in the Year 250. See his
Works printed at Paris in fol. 1666. But his Epistles are quoted according to the Oxford Edition. ARNOBIUS flourished in the Year 297. See his
Book Against the Gentiles, printed at Paris
in 1666. LACTANTIUS flourished in the Year 300. See
his Works, printed at Paris in 12mo, 1545.
RECOMMENDED AND REFERRED TO IN THIS COMMENT.
EXPOSITION of the Creed, by Bishop Pearson. Fol.
his Discourse on the Sufferings of Christ. 8vo.
his Idolatry of the Church of Rome. 8vo. Bishop Wilkins's Principles and Duties of Natural Re
ligion. 8vo. Grotius de Veritate Religionis Christianæ.
de Satisfactione Christi. 12mo. Dr. Sherlock's Discourse on the Divine Providence. 4to.
on a Future Judgment. 8vo. The Whole Duty of Man. The Art of Contentment. By the Author of the Whole
Duty of Man. The Lively Oracles. By the same Author. Hooker's Ecclesiastical Polity. Fol. Ray's Wisdom of God in the Works of the Creation.
Édit. 4th. 8vo. Alex. Nowelli Catechismus. 4to. Dr. Scott's Christian Life. 5 vols. 8vo. Fasciculus Controversiarum Theologicarum, per J. Pri
deaux, Ed. Wigorn. 4to. Bp. Jewell's Works. Fol. Nelson's Companion for the Festivals and Fasts. Edit.
4th. 1707. 8vo. Bp. Cosin's Scholastical History of the Canon of Scrip
ture. 4to. G. Bulli Episc. Menev. Defensio Fidei Nicænæ, 4to. vel. Fol.
Judicium Ecclesiæ Catholicæ de Necessitate credendi quòd Christus sit Deus. 4to. vel. Fol. cum
Discourse of the Ancient Church Government. 8vo.
in Great Britain. 8vo.
Dr. Stanhope's Serm. on 2 Tim. iii. 16, 17. 4to.
Discourse of Schism. 12mo.
lick, against Bishop. 4to. 1606. Bp. Buckeridge of Kneeling at the Communion. 4to.
1618. Dr. Field of the Church. Fol. 2d Edit. 1628. Dr. Wall's History of Infant Baptism. 4to. 2d Edit.
his Conference. 12mo. Bp. Sanderson's Sermons. Fol.
De Obligatione Juramenti. 8vo. Bp. Patrick's Answer to the Touch-stone, or the Re
formed Gospel. 8vo. Mason de Ministerio Anglicano. Fol.
his Authority of making Canons, &c. 4to. Mr. Kettlewell's Measures of Obedience. 4to. Dr. Goodman's Penitent Pardoned. 8vo. Mr. Chillingworth's Religion of Protestants a safe Way
to Salvation. Fol. Archbishop Potter's Discourse of Church Government.
8vo. Bp. Bilson of Christian Subjection. 8vo. Bp. Andrewes's Sermons. Fol. Bp. Blackhall's Sufficiency of Revelation. Eight Sermons, preached at Mr. Boyle's Lecture. 8vo.
his Sermons on James ii. 4. Mr. Walker's Modest Plea for Infant Baptism. 12mo. A Discourse of Communion in One Kind. 4to. 1687. A Treatise of the Celibacy of the Clergy. 4to. 1688. Archbishop Whitgift's Defence of his Answer to the
Admonition. Fol. A Vindication of the Ordinations of the Church of Eng
land. 4to. 1688. Bp. Bedel's Life and Letters. 8vo. Book of Homilies. Book of Canons. 1603. Book of Common-Prayer.