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Fathers Of The Church
Catholic Edition

Hilary of Poitiers, John of Damascus

HILARY OF POITIERS, JOHN OF DAMASCUS

NICENE AND POST-NICENE CHURCH FATHERS: SECOND SERIES: VOLUME IX. HILARY OF POITIERS, JOHN OF DAMASCUS.

A SELECT LIBRARY OF THE NICENE AND POST-NICENE FATHERS OF THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH.




St. Hilary of Poitiers. Select Works

The Life and Works of Hilary of Poitiers

Treatise De Synodis

De Trinitate

The Homilies on Psalms I., LIII., CXXX

Exposition of the Orthodox Faith by John of Damascus






St. Hilary of Poitiers. Select Works

The Life and Writings of St. Hilary of Poitiers

Treatise De Synodis

Introduction to the Treatise De Synodis

On the Councils, or, The Faith of the Easterns

De Trinitate

Introduction to the De Trinitate

On the Trinity

Book I

Book II

Book III

Book IV

Book V

Book VI

Book VII

Book VIII

Book IX

Book X

Book XI

Book XII

The Homilies on Psalms I., LIII., CXXX

Introduction to the Homilies on Psalms I., LIII., CXXX

Homilies on the Psalms

Psalm I

Psalm LIII. (LIV.)

Psalm CXXX. (CXXXI.)

Exposition of the Orthodox Faith by John of Damascus

Prologue

An Exact Exposition of the Orthodox Faith

Book I

Chapter I
That the Deity is incomprehensible, and that we ought not to pry into and meddle with the things which have not been delivered to us by the holy Prophets, and Apostles, and Evangelists

Chapter II
Concerning things utterable and things unutterable, and things knowable and thing unknowable

Chapter III
Proof that there is a God

Chapter IV
Concerning the nature of Deity: that it is incomprehensible

Chapter V
Proof that God is one and not many

Chapter VI
Concerning the Word and the Son of God: a reasoned proof

Chapter VII
Concerning the Holy Spirit, a reasoned proof

Chapter VIII
Concerning the Holy Trinity

Chapter IX
Concerning what is affirmed about God

Chapter X
Concerning divine union and separation

Chapter XI
Concerning what is affirmed about God as though He had body

Chapter XII
Concerning the Same

Chapter XIII
Concerning the place of God: and that the Deity alone is uncircumscribed

Chapter XIV
The properties of the divine nature

Book II

Chapter I
Concerning aeon or age

Chapter II
Concerning the creation

Chapter III
Concerning angels

Chapter IV
Concerning the devil and demons

Chapter V
Concerning the visible creation

Chapter VI
Concerning the Heaven

Chapter VII
Concerning light, fire, the luminaries, sun, moon and stars

Chapter VIII
Concerning air and winds

Chapter IX
Concerning the waters

Chapter X
Concerning earth and its products

Chapter XI
Concerning Paradise

Chapter XII
Concerning Man

Chapter XIII
Concerning Pleasures

Chapter XIV
Concerning Pain

Chapter XV
Concerning Fear

Chapter XVI
Concerning Anger

Chapter XVII
Concerning Imagination

Chapter XVIII
Concerning Sensation

Chapter XIX
Concerning Thought

Chapter XX
Concerning Memory

Chapter XXI
Concerning Conception and Articulation

Chapter XXII
Concerning Passion and Energy

Chapter XXIII
Concerning Energy

Chapter XXIV
Concerning what is Voluntary and what is Involuntary

Chapter XXV
Concerning what is in our own power, that is, concerning Free-will

Chapter XXVI
Concerning Events

Chapter XXVII
Concerning the reason of our endowment with Free-will

Chapter XXVIII
Concerning what is not in our hands

Chapter XXIX
Concerning Providence

Chapter XXX
Concerning Prescience and Predestination

Book III

Chapter I
Concerning the Divine OEconomy and God’s care over us, and concerning our salvation

Chapter II
Concerning the manner in which the Word was conceived, and concerning His divine incarnation

Chapter III
Concerning Christ’s two natures, in opposition to those who hold that He has only one

Chapter IV
Concerning the manner of the Mutual Communication

Chapter V
Concerning the number of the Natures

Chapter VI
That in one of its subsistences the divine nature is united in its entirety to the human nature, in its entirety and not only part to part

Chapter VII
Concerning the one compound subsistence of God the Word

Chapter VIII
In reply to those who ask whether the natures of the Lord are brought under a continuous or a discontinuous quantity

Chapter IX
In reply to the question whether there is Nature that has no Subsistence

Chapter X
Concerning the Trisagium (“the Thrice Holy”)

Chapter XI
Concerning the Nature as viewed in Species and in Individual, and concerning the difference between Union and Incarnation: and how this is to be understood, “The one Nature of God the Word Incarnate.”

Chapter XII
That the holy Virgin is the Mother of God: an argument directed against the Nestorians

Chapter XIII
Concerning the properties of the two Natures

Chapter XIV
Concerning the volitions and free-will of our Lord Jesus Christ

Chapter XV
Concerning the energies in our Lord Jesus Christ

Chapter XVI
In reply to those who say “If man has two natures and two energies, Christ must be held to have three natures and as many energies.”

Chapter XVII
Concerning the deification of the nature of our Lord’s flesh and of His will

Chapter XVIII
Further concerning volitions and free-wills: minds, too, and knowledges and wisdoms

Chapter XIX
Concerning the theandric energy

Chapter XX
Concerning the natural and innocent passions

Chapter XXI
Concerning ignorance and servitude

Chapter XXII
Concerning His growth

Chapter XXIII
Concerning His Fear

Chapter XXIV
Concerning our Lord’s Praying

Chapter XXV
Concerning the Appropriation

Chapter XXVI
Concerning the Passion of our Lord’s body, and the Impassibility of His divinity

Chapter XXVII
Concerning the fact that the divinity of the Word remained inseparable from the soul and the body, even at our Lord’s death, and that His subsistence continued one

Chapter XXVIII
Concerning Corruption and Destruction

Chapter XXIX
Concerning the Descent to Hades

Book IV

Chapter I
Concerning what followed the Resurrection

Chapter II
Concerning the sitting at the right hand of the Father

Chapter III
In reply to those who say “If Christ has two natures, either ye do service to the creature in worshipping created nature, or ye say that there is one nature to be worshipped, and another not to be worshipped.”

Chapter IV
Why it was the Son of God, and not the Father or the Spirit, that became man: and what having became man He achieved

Chapter V
In reply to those who ask if Christ’s subsistence is create or uncreate

Chapter VI
Concerning the question, when Christ was called

Chapter VII
In answer to those who enquire whether the holy Mother of God bore two natures, and whether two natures hung upon the Cross

Chapter VIII
How the Only-begotten Son of God is called first-born

Chapter IX
Concerning Faith and Baptism

Chapter X
Concerning Faith

Chapter XI
Concerning the Cross and here further concerning Faith

Chapter XII
Concerning Worship towards the East

Chapter XIII
Concerning the holy and immaculate Mysteries of the Lord

Chapter XIV
Concerning our Lord’s genealogy and concerning the holy Mother of God

Chapter XV
Concerning the honour due to the Saints and their remains

Chapter XVI
Concerning Images

Chapter XVII
Concerning Scripture

Chapter XVIII
Regarding the things said concerning Christ

Chapter XIX
That God is not the cause of evils

Chapter XX
That there are not two Kingdoms

Chapter XXI
The purpose for which God in His foreknowledge created persons who would sin and not repent

Chapter XXII
Concerning the law of God and the law of sin

Chapter XXIII
Against the Jews on the question of the Sabbath

Chapter XXIV
Concerning Virginity

Chapter XXV
Concerning the Circumcision

Chapter XXVI
Concerning the Antichrist

Chapter XXVII
Concerning the Resurrection








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