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Eugenicus, Marcus, 166, 205.

Gregory, St, ascribes forgiveness of sins to
Euripides, 344.

God alone, 100; condemns the abuse of
Eusebius, opinion of this father on the im absolution, 128 ; limits its efficacy to true

port of our Lord's precept to "eat his penitents, 136; teaches the nothingness of
flesh,” &c. 46, 58.

human merits, 489.
Emissenus, 36, 347, 351, 704.
Eusebius Emissenus, 258, 334, 488.

Harding, 624.
Eustathius, 323, 331.

Haymo, 491.
Euthymius, 102.

Henry of Saltrey, 539.
Ferus, 109; opinions respecting remission of Herebaldus, 15, 17.
sins, taught by, 149.

Hermes Trismegistus, 283.
Firmicus, Julius, 284.

Hesiod, 324.
Fisher, Bp. of Rochester, 5, 30.

Hilarius Aquitanicus, on the opinions of the
Fitz-Rolph, Richard, 570.

Semi-Pelagians, 465.
Fredegodus, 608, 616.

Hilary, St, asserts the sufficiency of the
Fulbertus, 14.

Holy Scriptures, 34; ascribes the power
Fulgentius, asserts the descent of our Lord of forgiving sins to God alone, 101 ; his

into the place of torment, 257; that works opinion respecting the separate state of
not performed in faith may yet be good, the soul, 154; explanation of the meaning
453.

of “ Abraham's bosom," 251, 252 ; of our
43, 488.

Lord's descent into hell, 331.

78, 302, 304, 325, 713.
Gallus, 530, 569.

Hippocrates, in what sense he uses the word
Gelasius, 60, 236.

“ Hades," 283, 284,
Gellius, 354.

Hippolytus, the Martyr, opinion respecting
Gennadius, 160.

the authority of Scripture as opposed to
Gildas, censures the hypocrisy of the monks, tradition, 33.

577; teaches that the authority of St Peter Hæschelius, 205, 482.
is in every priest, 584.

Holcot, 498.
527, 528, 549, 578.

Homer, 285.
Giraldus Cambrensis, 539, 543, 549, 562, Hopkins, Richard, 100.
564, 565, 586, 621, 627.

Hoveden, 626.
Gobarus, 222.

Hugo Cardinales, his opinion respecting
Gratian, 94, 97, 387.

absolution, 148.
Gregorius de Valentia, 4.

Hugo Etherianus, 214, 238.
Gregory Ariminiensis, 500.

Hugo de Sancto Victore, 386, 387.
Nazianzen, opposed to the doctrine
of purgatory, 156; denies the profitable Ignatius, on our Lord's descent into bell, 305.
ness of prayers for the dead, 233; first in-

369.
stance of invocation addressed to departed Innocent III., his apology for the Romish
saints, found in his writings, 371, 372.

prayers for the dead, 211.
248, 259, 349, 352. Irenæus, distinguishes between the real and
of Neocæsarea, teaches that the dead sacramental presence in the Eucharist,
enter immediately upon an unchangeable 55, 56; ascribes the power to forgive sins
condition, 153; his opinion respecting our to God alone, 101 ; his description of the
Lord's descent into hell, 301.

state of the soul between death and the
369.

resurrection, 332.
Nyssen, sentiments respecting tra-

, 22, 62, 355.
dition, 35; against the necessity of con Isidorus Pelusiota, 656.
fessing to men, 79; on our Lord's descent Isocrates, 372.
into hell, 300; his dialogue with Macrina Ivo, Bp. of Chartres, 147.
on the place of departed souls, 326, 327 ;

211.
his definition of prayer, 404; condemns
the worship of any creature, 409, 410. Jacobus de Everbaco, 501.
82, 250, 251.

Jacobus de Graffis, 434.

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Jerome, opposed to the authority of trad Marcus, his opinion against the doctrine of

tions, 35; condemns rash absolutions, 130; human merit, 482.
limits the efficacy of absolution, 135; Master of Sentences, see Lombard.
account of the origin of its abuse, 141 ; Maxentius, 453.
his opinion of the state after death, 156; Maximus Tauriensis, 80, 293, 377.
denies the utility of prayers for the dead, Medina, teaches that it is lawful to pray for
233; held that our Lord descended into things which will certainly come to pass,
the lowermost hell, 256; what he meant 186; perplexed attempts of his to recon-
by Hades, 328; rejects the doctrine of cile the ancient prayers for the dead with
human merit, 481.

the doctrine of purgatory, 196, 197.
9, 58, 102, 264, 330, 340, 351, 377, Mendoza, 198, 232, 280.
385, 451, 477, 505, 522, 525, 536, 547, Michael of Bononia, 98.
562.

Minucius Felix, 436.
Johannes Diaconus, story relative to the More, Sir Thomas, supplication of the souls
corporal presence, related by, 63.

in purgatory, 151.
John of Salisbury, 623, 626.

Moschion, 318.
Jonas, 524, 553, 620.
Josephus, states the opinions of the Jewish Nectarius, 352.

sects respecting the place of departed Nennius, 526, 565, 588.
souls, 321.

Nicephorus, Gregoras, 333.
Justin Martyr, 55, 154.

Nicetas Choniates, 315.

Nicetas Serronius, 405.
Lactantius, 316, 333, 351, 436.

Novatian, 103, 333 ; infers the divinity of
Lawrence, Bp. of Novaria, 91.

Christ from prayer being addressed to
Leo, 303, 331, 384.

him, 370.
Lombard, Peter, (Master of the Sentences)

on the priest's power of absolution, 125, @cumenius, 494.
131, 148; questions whether the saints Olympiodorus, opinion respecting the state
hear the prayers of suppliants, 387; in of the soul immediately after death, 161.
what sense prayers should be made to

285, 335.
them, 392.

Optatus, 105, 106, 128.
104.

Origen, opposed to tradition, 33; distin-
Lorinus, 313.

guishes between the typical or symboli-
Lucian, 321.

cal, and the true body of Christ, 47, 56;
Lucretius, his argument for the existence of his advice respecting confession, 83, 86;
Hades, 326.

opinion about the separate state of souls,
Lyranus, 288, 292.

201 ; dialogue on the subject of the rich

man and Lazarus, 241 ; sentiments on our
Macarius, distinguishes between a real and

Lord's descent into hell, 260; believed
sacramental eating of Christ's body, 49,

that departed saints assist those on earth
58; his opinion of the future state of the

with their prayers, 365, but teaches that
soul opposed to purgatory, 155.

we ought not on that account to pray to
306, 481,

them, 366_368; infers the divinity of
Major, 149.

Christ from his being addressed in prayer,
Maldonat, limits the authority of the priest

370; use of images condemned by, 435.
in absolving, 130; doubts what is meant

46, 249, 279, 297, 310, 356, 479.
by “ Limbus Patrum," 239.

Osbern, 175.
475.

Osullevan, 599, 601, 625.
Manilius, 319.

Otto Frisingensis, 164.
Mantuan, 615.
Marcion, the first that assigned a place in Pacianus, opinions on absolution, 129.
hades to the Fathers, 241.

Pagnin, 289.
Mariana, teaches that it is lawful to take Palladius, 215.
away the life of a tyrant, 685.

Panormitan, 98.
Marianus, 536.

Paschatins Radbertus, 17, 62, 68.

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Patrick, St, 523, 526 ; his description of the Sanctius, 346.

invisible world, 540 ; canon by him for Sanders, 622, 680, 681.
regulating divorces, 564.

Saxo, Ludolphus, 429.
Paulus Burgensis, 503.

Scotus, Johannes, opinions of, respecting
Peckham, Abp. of Canterbury, his Psalter

praying to saints, 388; the sacramental
of the salutations of the Virgin, quoted, elements, 557.
427, 428.

Sedulius, his corrections of the Vulgar Latin
Pedro de Cabrera, arguments for the proper New Testament, 525 ; his explanation
adoration of images, 432, 433.

of faith, 534; condemns the doctrine
Pegna, 374.

of merit, 538 ; excludes purgatory, 541 ;
Pelagius, Alvares, condemns the abuse of

quoted respecting the sacramental ele-
confession, 144.

ments, 556.
Pererius, 26, 280.

Sedulius, 521, 526, 537, 547, 562, 563, 630.
Pesantius, 381.

-,(Cælius), his opinion regarding the
Petrus de Alliaco, 497.

bread and wine in the Sacrament, 556.
Petrus Blesensis, 494.

Semeca, on the necessity and origin of con-
Petrus Cluniacensis, 237.

fession, 97, 98.
Philo Carpathius, 302.

Seneca, 276.
Philo Judæus, 241.

Severus, Bp. of Antioch, 272.
Pighius, 373.

Sigebertus Gemblacensis, story related by
Pindar, 285; his opinion with respect to a him, 218.
future state, 318.

Simeon Metaphrastes, monstrous story told
343.

by, 64.
Pinuphius, 78.

Smaragdus, 492.
Plato, 314 ; his opinion respecting Hades, Sophocles, 344.

317, founded on the writings of the Jewish Stapleton, 90, 374, 375, 376.
Prophets, 320.

Stella, 30.
Plutarch, 316, 344.

Steuchus, 280.
Polydore Virgil, 621.

Suarez, teaches that the soul does not enter
Prato, de, 393.

its final state till the resurrection, 204 ;
Primasius, 252.

opinion of, as to our Lord's descent into
Proclus, 359.

hell, 361.
Procopius, 261; on the form of the earth,

684.
323.

Sutor, Petrus, reasons of, for debarring the
Prosper, asserts the sufficiency of confession people of the use of Scripture, 40.

to God alone, 80; explains death and
Hades to be the same, 351; controverts Tacitus, 479.
the Pelagian doctrine, 451, 452, 455, 458 ; Taliessin, 614.
describe emi-Pelagianism, 466, 467 ; Taurus, 354.
condemns the doctrine of human merit, Terry, Dr, 539.
487.

Tertullian, opinion of, concerning traditions,
Prudentius, 211, 248, 304,

33; how the eating of Christ's body, &c.
Pythagoras, 318.

understood by, 44; distinguishes the state

denoted by “ Abraham's bosom” from
Rabanus, Abp. of Mentz, his sentiments heaven and hell, 251, 255; the hell into

respecting the Eucharist, suppressed by which our Lord descended, how described
the Roman Catholics, 15, 17,

by, 332; forbids prayer to any but God,
68, 491.

360.
Radulphus, Ardens, 495.

Thaddæus, 305.
Richard of Armagh, 498.

Theodoret, maintains the exclusive authority
Ruffinus, 294, 350.

of Scripture, 36; teaches that the body of
Rupertus Tuitensis, 495.

Christ is present in the Sacrament sym-

bolically, 59, that salvation is not the
Sà, 288.

reward of merit, but the gift of God, 487,
Salmeron, 25, 51, 364, 373, 396.

320, 672.

Theodorus Prodromus, the meaning of Hades Vasquez, statement of the doctrine of merit,
inferred from his poems, 348.

475, 476.
Theophilus, Bp. of Antioch, 57, 252. Vincentius Lirinensis, 11, 24.
Theophylact, opinion of, respecting those Virgil, 325.

who die in sin, 209; on the ancient notions Vitalis, his opinions on grace, refuted, 463.
respecting Hades, 328 ; shews the efficacy
of direct prayer to God, in opposition to Walafridus Strabus, 544, 570.
the intercession of saints, 401.

Walden, Thomas, 503.

INDEX OF TEXTS.

PAOR

PAOR

xx. 2..........

GENESIS.
iv. 7.........

526
vi. 3..........

263
xvii. 10........

54
xxv. 8, 9......... 313
Xxxvii. 35.......

325
xlii. 38.

329
xliv. 23, 31.......... 286
xlviii. 15, 16..... 371, 673
xlix. 33........... 313

10..

V.

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468

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1 KINGS.

PSALMS.
viii. 39....
363 cii. 17........

396
24
civ. 29.........

277

cxvi. 7............ 481
2 KINGS.

cxxxii. 8, 9, 14, 16.... 892
ü. 11.............. 240
12, 13.................

669

CXXXV. 15................ 674
cxLvi. 4.......

27
2 CHRONICLES.
vi. 30.......

363 PROVERBS.
39.

76
viï. 23....

415
xxvi. 18.......... 645

35.....
xi. 18...

473
NEHEMIAH.

xiv. 12......

347
ix. 8...........

474
xv. 11.....................

345
xxiii. 14....

347
JOB.
i. 21............

249 ECCLESIASTES.
iii. 18, 19............ 278

vi. 7.....................

142
ix. 15......
489 xii. 5............

153
xiv. 13.......

308
xix. 25......

715 CANTICLES.
xx. 15, 16.
526 vi. 2...

235
xxxii. 22......... 289 viij. 6..........

348
23, 24..... 122, 126
Xxxvii. 17........ 351 ISAIAH.

i. 9...........

713
PSALMS.

- 18........

106
iii. 5..........

356

20...
v. 2..........

405
vü. 19, 20...

162
ix. 13, 14........... 330 xiv. 19.....
xvi. 10.............

331

xxvi. 19......... 279
xxx. 3........... 288

xxviii. 15........... 346
xxxii. 5......... 76, 79, 93

16........

581
Xxxiii. .18..

481

xxxii. 4.......... 526
Xxxviii. 8........... 79

Xxxvü. 10..

330
XL. 7.8..

692

19..

277
Lxi. 12............ 473 xlii. 5, 7................. 095
Lxvii, 18..

691

25............ 100, 119
LXXXvi. 13............ 348 Liñ. 5...

092
Lxxxvi, 11, 12......... 287

11........... 715
Lxxxix. 47, 48.......... 273 Lxiii. 16...

380

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