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Strana 217 - conduct? Even the divine word hath foretold us what we might expect, •' If his children forsake my law, and walk not in my judgments, I will visit their offences with the rod, and their sin with scourges." These things had been denounced and foretold, but in vain. Our sins
Strana 215 - Not a novice, lest, being lifted up with pride, he fall into the condemnation of the devil.' There appeared, however, in Cyprian a
Strana 147 - Eighty-and-six years have I served him, and he hath never wronged me, and how can I blaspheme my King who hath saved me?' The proconsul still urging,' Swear by the fortune of Caesar,' Polycarp said, ' If you still vainly contend to make me
Strana 467 - grey hairs are here and there upon him, yet he knoweth it not." This author is understood thence to intimate, that he fell into this heresy in old age. It began to appear about the year 404 or 5. Chrysostom, writing to his friend, the
Strana 95 - pouring in, as is usual when they are encouraged, more cases occurred. An anonymous libel was exhibited, with a catalogue of names of persons, who yet declared that they were not Christians then, or ever had been; and they repeated after me an invocation of the gods
Strana 30 - In Lycaonia, he found the pious Timothy, whom he took as an associate, and confirmed the Gentile converts every where in Christian Liberty. Thus the churches were established in the faith, and increased in number daily.
Strana 147 - When he was brought to the tribunal, there was a great tumult, as soon as it was generally understood that Polycarp was apprehended. The proconsul asked him, if he was Polycarp; to which he assented. The former then began to exhort him: ' Have pity on thy own great age—and the like. Swear by the fortune of
Strana 151 - precious than gold and jewels,—and deposited them in a proper place; where, if it be possible, we shall meet, and the Lord will grant us, in gladness and joy, to celebrate the birthday of his martyrdom, both in commemoration of those who have wrestled before us, and for the instruction and confirmation of those who come after.