73 [Called the philosophical virtues. Vol. ii. note 7, p. 502.]

74 [From a Western theologian of the date of our author. This is emphatic.]

75 [Compare vol. v. p. 561, Elucidation VII.]

76 [Here is evidence that Cerinthus (see vol. i. 351, 352) and other heretics had disgusted the Church even with the less carnal views of the Millenium entertained by the better "Chiliasts," such as Commodian. See vol. iv. pp. 212 and 218.]

1 A fragment of an epistle or treatise of Dionysius, bishop of Rome. [From the epistle of St. Athanasius, De Decretis Nicaenae Synodi, cap. xxvi. p. 231, ed. Benedict.]

2 Athan., Ep. de decret. Nic. Syn., 4. 26.

3 John xiv. 11. [See vol. v. Elucidation V. p. 156.]

4 [He quotes the formula, afterwards notorious, h[n o@te ou0k n\n.]

5 Prov. viii. 22.

6 Deut. xxxii. 6.

7 Col. i. 15. [See vol. v. Elucidation XI. p. 159.]

8 Ps. cx. 3, LXX.

9 Prov. viii. 25.

10 John x. 30.

11 John xiv. 10.

12 Commonly called "the Dutch Church;" i.e., the Church of Holland.

1 The words italicized have never been accepted by the whole Church.

2 Vol. ii. p. 570.

3 "Culpandi sunt" is quite strong enough for the original, katame/mfoito. Routh, R. S., iii. p. 374.

4 The word existed, but then, and long afterwards, was universally applied to all bishops.