tIGIN AND DOCTRINE OF THE PAULICIANS.—THEIR PERSECUTION BI
THE GREEK EMPERORS.—REVOLT IN ARMENIA, ETC.—TRANSPLANTA
TION INTO THRACE.— PROPAGATION IN THE WEST. — THB SEEDS
CHARACTER, AND CONSEQUENCES OF THE REFORMATION.
Supine Superstition of the Greek Church, 38
MO. Origin of the Paulicians or Disciples of St. Paul 38'
Their B*ible, 38'
The Simplicity of their Belief and Worship, 387
They hold the two Principles of the Magians and Manichseans,.. 388
The Establishment of the Paulicians in Armenia, Pontus, Sec 389
Persecution of the Greek Emperors, 390
•45—880. Revolt of the Paulicians 391
They fortify Tephrice 399
And pillage Asia Minor 393
Their Decline 394
Their Transportation from Armenia to Thrace, 394
Their Introduction into Italy and France. 39(1
'tM Persecution of the Albigeois, 39?
Character and Consequences of the Reformation ?.,......, *9t