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Part 1, Chapter 5 (pp. 83-108)

[83:1] Two Essays, etc. p. 78.

[83:2] Ib., p. 81.

[84:1] Notes on Miracles, p. 164 f.

[84:2] History of Christianity, i., p. 217, note (e).

[85:1] Luke 8:26, 33; Mark 5:12, 13; cf. Matt. 8:28, 34. In the latter Gospel the miracle is said to be performed in the country of the Gergesenes, and there are two demoniacs instead of one.

[85:2] Notes on Miracles, p. 152 f.

[85:3] Milman, History of Christianity, i., p. 218, note.

[85:4] Notes on Miracles, p. 154.

[85:5] Ib., p. 163.

[86:1] Notes on Miracles, p. 165. In a note the Archbishop says that "he understands that Esquirol recognises demoniacs now, and that there could not be a higher authority."

[87:1] Greg. Nazianz., Orat., 18.

[87:2] Theodoret, H. E. i. 30; cf. Milman, Hist. of Christianity. ii., p. 378.

[88:1] Pitcairn's Criminal Trials of Scotland, i., pp. 213, 223.

[88:2] Religio Medici, Works (Bohn), ii., p. 43 f.

[88:3] Collection of Rare and Curious Tracts Relating to Witchcraft, London, 1838. Cf. Lecky, Hist. of the Rise and Influence of the Spirit of Rationalism in Europe, 3rd ed., 1866, i., p. 120. The reader is referred to this able work, as well as to Buckle&'s Hist. of Civilisation for much interesting information regarding magic and witchcraft, as well as religious superstition and miraculous pretensions generally.

[90:1] See, for instance, the reasons for the composition of the third Gospel stated in the first four verses. It was clearly intended in the first instance to be a private document for the use of Theophilus.

[91:1] Two Essays etc., 1870, p. 100.

[91:2] Bampton Lectures, p. 206.

[92:1] Cf. Buckle, Hist. Of Civilisation, i., p. 373 ff.; Cf. p. 122 ff.; iii., p. 35.

[92:2] Bampton Lectures, p. 206.

[92:3] Ib., p. 209.

[92:4] Ib., p. 209.

[92:5] Ib., p. 208.

[93:1] Notes on Miracles, p. 54.

[93:2] Ib., p. 55.

[93:3] Eusebius, H. E.., 3:39.

[94:1] Cf. Dial. c. Tryph., 39, 82, 88, etc.

[94:2] Apol., 2:6, cf. Dial. c. Tryphon., 30, 76, 85, etc.

[94:3] Ad Autolycum, 2:8.

[94:4] Irenaeus Adv. Haer. 2:31, § 2; Eusebius, H. E., 5:7.

[94:5] Bampton Lectures, Note i. on Lecture viii. (p. 210), p. 371.

[94:6] H. E., 5:7.

[95:1] Eusebius, H. E., 5:7; Adv. 2:32, §4; cf. 5:6, § i.; cf. Theophilus, Ad Autol., 1:13.

[95:2] Apologeticus, §23, cf. De Idol., §11; De Spectat., §29; De Exhort. Castit., §10; Ad Scapulam, §4; De Anima, §57.

[95:3] De Anima, §47; De Idol., §15.

[95:4] De Idol., §15

[95:5] De Anima, §9.

[96:1] De Anima, §9.

[96:2] 1 Cor. 12:1 ff.

[96:3] De Anima, §9.

[96:4] Ib., §51.

[96:5] Ib., §51.

[96:6] Ib., §51.

[96:7] Ad Scapulam, §4.

[96:8] Cf. Eusebius, H. E. 5:5.

[96:9] Ad Scapulam, §4

[96:10] Octavius, §27.

[96:11] Tract, ii., De idol. Vanitate, §7; Ad Demetrianum, §15.

[96:12] De Lapsis, §24.

[96:13] Ib., §24, cf. §§25, 26.

[96:14] Ep., 53, §§1-5; 42., §17; l18., §§9, 10 (ed. Migne); De Mortolalilate, §19.

[97:1] Contra Cels., 1:67, 2, 6, 46; 2:33; 2:24, 28, 36.

[97:2] Ib., 3:24.

[97:3] Instit. Div., 2:16; 4:27; 5:22.

[97:4] Eusebius, H. E., 6:9.

[97:5] Ib., 6:9.

[97:6] Ib., 6:29.

[97:7] Ib., H. E. 7:18; cf. Sozomen, H. E. 5:21.

[97:8] Eusebius, De Martyr Palaest., iv., ix.; cf. Theodoret, H. E. 4:22.

[97:9] Greg. Nyss., De Vit. Grey. Thaum., iii., p. 545 f.

[97:10] Ib., p. 550.

[98:1] Greg., Nyss., De Vit. Greg. Thaum., p. 548. Cf. Socrates, H. E., 4:27. He gave this permission in writing "Gregory to Satan: Enter." -- Graegorios to Satana, Eiselethe.

[98:2] Ib., p. 555 f.

[98:3] Ib., p. 558 ff.

[98:4] Ib., iii., p. 561 f. The same story is related of St. Epiphanius of Cyprus, and Sozomen sees no ground for doubting the veracity of either account. He states that St. Epiphanius also performed many other miracles (H. E., 7:27).

[98:5] Ib., pp. 541, 551, 552, 553, 566, 567, 577.

[98:6] De Spir. Sancto, c. 29, tom. iii., pp. 62, 63, Bened.; Cf. Ep. 204, p. 306.

[98:7] S. Athanasii, Vita et Convers. S. Antonii, §§ 8, Opp. tom. i., pars. ii., p. 802 ff., Bened.

[99:1] Eusebius, H. E., v. 28.

[99:2] Vita, §48, p. 832.

[99:3] Ib., §54, p. 836 f.

[99:4] Ib., §57, p. 839.

[99:5] Ib., §71, p. 849.

[99:6] Ib., §72, p. 849.

[99:7] Cf. ib., §§55, 58, 61, 62, 63, 64, 70, etc.

[99:8] Ib., p. 797.

[100:1] Sozomen, H. E., 3:14.

[100:2] Ib., H. E., 3:14.

[100:3] Sulpicius, Vita S. Mart.; cf. Sozomen, H. E., 3:14.

[100:4] Ambrose, Epist. Class., 1:22; August., De Civ. Dei, 22:8; Paulinus, Vita S. Ambrosii, §14 f.

[100:5] Vita S. Ambr. §§ 21, 43, 44.

[100:6] Ib., § 28.

[100:7] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[101:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[102:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[103:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[103:2] Ib., 22:8.

[103:3] Mozley, Bampton Lectures, p. 372 f.

[104:1] Matt. 9:18, 19, 23-26; Mark 5:22, 24, 35-43; Luke 8:41, 42, 49-56.

[104:2] Luke 7:11-16.

[105:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:7.

[106:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[107:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[108:1] De Civ. Dei, 22:8.

[108:2] Acta Sanctorum quotquot toto orbe coluntur; collegit, etc., Johannes Bollandus, cum contin. Henschenii, 54 vol. fol. Venetiis, 1734-1861.


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