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TATIAN.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Albigenses, 62.

Alexander, flattered by his preceptor, Aristotle, 65.

Alphabet, 65.

Anitus and Miletus, 66.

Anaxagoras, 73.

Apion, the grammarian, 80.

Apollo and Daphne, 73.

Argives, their kings, 80.

Aristippus, 65.

Aristotle, 65.

Astronomy, 65, 68.

 

Baptism, the renunciation of, 73.

Beausobre, 72.

Berosus, 80.

Busiris, 66.

 

Catholics, early, 62.

Chaldeans, 80.

witness to Moses, 80.

Christianity, Western, effect of Montanism on, 62.

Christians, two classes of, 62.

worship God only, 66.

their doctrine of Creation, 67.

belief in the resurrection, 67.

unjustly hated, 76.

philosophy of, 77.

older than that of Greece, 77.

doctrines of, 78.

opposed to dissensions, 78.

fitted for all men, 78.

free schools of, 78.

hymns of, 79.

Chronology, 78, 81.

Chrysostom, 69, 79.

Coliseum, 75.

Constellations, origin of, 69.

Corates, 66.

Creation, 67.

Crescens, loathsome character of, 73.

persecutes Justin, 73.

Cretans, always liars, 76.

Cross, mystery of, 71.

 

Democritus, 72.

Demons, 68.

turned into gods, 68.

teach the doctrine of fate, 68.

economize astronomy, 68.

to be punished, 78.

vain display of, 72.

false promises of, 72.

deceptions of, 73.

Demon worship, depravity of, 73.

Diogenes, 65.

Doctrines of the Greeks and Christians compared, 74.

 

Egyptians, 80.

Elijah, 62.

Empedocles, 66.

Encratites, the, 63.

Euripides, 66.

Eusebius, reference to, 61, 62.

Eventide, hymn of, 79.

 

Free-will, 69.

 

Geometry, 65.

Gladiators, 75.

God only to be feared, 66.

a spirit, 66.

Greek notions of, 74.

compared with Christian ideas, 74.

Gods of the heathen, 68.

absurdities concerning, 69.

Gospels, the four, testimony of the Diatessaron to, 61.

Greeks, not the inventors of the arts, 65.

foolish solemnities of, 74.

their play-actors, 75.

other amusements, 75.

idols of, 76.

studies of, 76.

legislation, 77.

Greek studies, ridiculed, 76.

 

Hellebore, 72.

Hercules, 66, 69.

Heraclitus, 66.

Herodotus, 79.

Holy Ghost, 62.

Homer, 77.

his period, 78.

Hus, reference to, 62.

 

Idioms, communication of, 71.

Irenæus, reference to Tatian, 61.

 

John the Baptist, 62.

Judaism, 61.

Justin Martyr, Tatian’s relation to, 61.

 

Kaye, Bishop, reference to, 70.

 

Latin Church, sophistries of, 62.

Life, human shortening of, 71.

Logos, 67, 68.

 

Magic, 65.

Man, fall of, 67.

Marriage, 62.

Marsyas, 65.

Matter, not eternal, 67.

Mill, reference to, 61.

Modern science anticipated, 67.

Montanism, 62.

Moses, his antiquity, 80.

his time, 80.

compared with heathen heroes, 81.

superior antiquity of, 81.

Mythology, 68.

 

Orpheus, 65.

 

Paganism, 61.

Pherecydes, 66.

Philosophers, their vices, 65.

and absurdities, 66.

ridicule of, 66.

boastings and quarrels, 75.

Philosophy, Grecian and Christian, compared, 77.

Phœnicians, 80.

Phrygians, reference to, 62.

Pindar, quoted, 74.

Plato, 65, 66.

Psychic natures, 71.

Pugilists, 75.

Pythagoras, 66.

 

Resurrection, 67.

Rousseau quoted, 82.

 

Socrates, 66.

Solon, 80.

Soul, immortal, 70.

Southey, Robert, his remarks concerning John Wesley, 62.

Spirit, the Holy, 71.

Spirits, two kinds, 70.

St. Jerome, 61, 62.

St. Paul, 62.

 

Tatian, Introductory Note, 61.

equivocal position of, 61.

influenced by Justin, 61.

his falling away, 61.

possible mental decline, 61.

Tatian an Assyrian, 61, 62.

some of his works very valuable, 61.

some have perished, 61.

his Diatessaron, 61.

his encraty, 62.

his Address to the Greeks, sole surviving work, 62.

Epiphanius describes him as from Mesopotamia, 62.

embraced Christianity at Rome, 63.

Address to the Greeks, 65.

his conversion, 77.

visit to Rome, 79.

disgusted with 614the multiplicity of statues, 79.

concluding words of, 82.

Fragments of, 82, 83.

Terence, 66. (See Theophilus.)

Tertullian, reference to, 62.

Theodoret, reference to, 61.

 

Virgin, hymn of, 79.

 

Wiclif, reference to, 62.

Women, Christian, 78.

heathen, 78, 79.

 

Zeno, 66.

Zodiac, 69.

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