Ancient Christianity Exemplified: In the Private, Domestic, Social, and Civil Life of the Primitive Christians : and in the Original Institutions, Offices, Ordinances, and Rites of the Church

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CHAPTER VIII
126
Of the inferior Bishops
139
Of Archdeacons
174
CHAPTER X
195
CHAPTER XI
205
CHAPTER XII
215
Of the revenue of the clergy
225
Of the independence and the degeneracy of the Bishop
229
CHAPTER XIII
232
Of the form site and position
236
Of the arrangement and constituent parts
241
Of the bema or sanctuary
242
Of the altar
243
Of the nave
246
Of the narthex or antetemple
250
Of the outer buildings or exedre
251
Of church towers bells and organs
254
Of the doors of the church
258
Of the pavement and walls of the church
259
Of the windows of the church
260
Of images
262
Of the veneration for sacred places and the privileges attached to them
265
Of the church as the place of refuge
267
CHAPTER XIV
270
Of the secret discipline of the ancient church
276
Of liturgies
284
Of ancient creeds
291
Of catechetical instructions
304
V
305
Of the unity and trinity of the Godhead implied in the devotions of the primitive church
311
Of divine worship paid to Christ
314
Of the filial and confiding spirit of the prayers of the church
315
Of the simplicity and brevity of the devotions of the primitive church
316
Of audible and silent prayer
317
Of the Lords prayer
318
Of the responses_amen hallelujah hosanna etc
320
Of the attitude and gesture in singing and in prayer
324
OF THE PSALMODY OF THE CHURCH PAGE 1 Of original authorities
327
Of the material and subject of Christian psalmody
329
Of the power of sacred music
331
Of ancient hymns
333
CHAPTER XVII
338
Of the order in which the Scriptures were read
340
Of the mode of designating the divisions and lessons 842
342
Of the Psalter
346
CHAPTER XVIII
348
Of those by whom the homilies were delivered
350
Of the frequency of sermons
352
Of the length of time allotted for the delivery of the sermon
353
Of the attitude of the speaker mode of delivery deportment of the audience
354
Of ministers of baptism
390
Of the times of baptism
392
Of the place of baptism
393
Of the mode and form of baptism
395
Of the rites connected with baptism
399
Of sponsors
403
Of the names given at baptism
406
CHAPTER XX
408
Of ministers of confirmation and the attending rites
410
CHAPTER XXI
412
Of the scriptural account of the Lords supper
418
Of the testimony of pagan writers
420
Of the times of celebration
424
Of the place of celebration
426
Of the ministers of the Lords supper
427
Of the communicants
430
Of the elements
432
Of the elements
435
Of the consecration of the elements
438
Of the distribution of the elements
439
Of the accompanying rites
441
Of the agapæ or feasts of charity
443
Of sacramental utensils
448
CHAPTER XXII
451
Of penance
460
Of the subjects of penance or the offences for which it was imposed
461
Of the different classes of penitents
462
Of the duties of penitents and the discipline imposed upon them or the different kinds or degrees of penance
464
Of the readmission of penitents into the church
465
Of private penance
468
Of absolution
471
Of the discipline of the clergy and the punishment of delinquents
472
CHAPTER XXIII
475
Of the extent of their jurisdiction
479
CHAPTER XXIV
493
CHAPTER XXV
504
Of mourners
510
Of the origin of the doctrine of purgatory
520
CHAPTER XXVI
526
CHAPTER XXVII
555
CHAPTER XXVIII
564
Number of the Nestorians
567
The Lords supper
575
INDEX OF AUTHORITIES
599
Of the element of baptism 395
609
Of the extent of their
613
INDEX OF COUNCILS
616
GENERAL INDEX
633
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