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ABRAHAM, the faith of, p. 158 sq (pas-
sim)
accusative, for other objective cases, v.
7, 26
Acichorius, p. 248
Acts of the Apostles, its scope and cha-
racter, p. 346 sq., 359; its relation
to St Paul's Epistles, ii. 1 sq., p. 91
sq., 123 sq (passim), 305 sq., 346 sq.,
359
Acts, passages commented on ; (ix.
20–26) p. 89; (xv. 29) p. 305 sq ;
(xvi. 6) p. 20, 22; (xxviii. 21) p. 93
Aelia Capitolina, foundation of, p. 316;
Church of, p. 317
aeons, the two, i. 4
Africa, the Church of, p. 335, 344
Alcibiades of Apamea, p. 331
Alcuin founds a school of biblical in-
terpretation, p. 235
Alexandria, the Church of, p. 335
Alfred's (king) malady, p. 190 sq
Alphaeus, to be identified with Clopas?
p. 256 sq., 267, 290; with Alfius? p.
268
Ambrose (the friend of Origen), a trea-
tise by, p. 6o
Ambrose (St), commentary wrongly
ascribed to, p. 229, 232; on the
Lord's brethren, p. 287 sq
Ambrosiaster: see Hilary
Ancient Syriac Documents (Cureton's),
p. 6o, Ioo, 345
Ancyra, p. 6, 8, 11, 13, 20 sq., 32, 34
8q, 242, W. 2d
Andronicus and Junia (-as), p. 96, 98
angels administering the law, iii. 19
Anselm, commentary ascribed to, p. 236
Antidicomarianites, p. 285

Antioch, foundation of the Church at,
p. 301; the new metropolis of Christ-
endom, p. 3o4; St Peter reputed
bishop of, ii. 11; catholicity of, p. 335,
341; Judaizers at, ii. 12 sq., p. 371;
biblical school of, p. 228; see Paul
(St)
Antioch in Pisidia, St Paul preaches at,
p. 3o4
aorist, uses of, v. 4, 24, vi. 2; episto-
lary, vi. 11
Apocryphal Gospels, on the Lord's bre-
thren, p. 26o, 274 sq.
Apollos, not an Apostle, p. 96, 98
apologists, references to Galatians in,
p. 59 sq
Apostle, meaning of the term, p. 92 sq.;
not limited to the twelve, p. 93 sq.,
26o; qualifications and functions of,
p. 97 sq (passim)
apostolic congress and decree, ii. 1 sq.
(passim), p. 125 sq., 305 sq (passim),
35o
Apostolical Constitutions, mention of
Philip in, p. 10o; on the Jameses,
p. 282
apostolic fathers, references to Gala-
tians in, p. 58 sq.; use of the term
‘Apostle' in, p. 99
Arabia, meaning of, p. 88; St Paul's
visit to, p. 87 sq., 194
Arabians, called Hagarenes, iv. 25;
their enmity to the Jews, iv. 29
Arabic version of the New Testament,
p. 87 sq
Ariston of Pella, p. 152 sq
article, the definite, i. 4, 7, 1o, 13, 23,
iii. 20, 21, iv. 6, 31, v. 14, p. 193:
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seph, not Joses, p. 268; his estrange-
ment from St Paul, ii. 13
Barsabas, Joseph or Joses? p. 268;
identified with Matthias, p. 97
Basil (St), on the Lord's brethren,
p. 284
Basilides, and elöw.MS6vra, p. 310
Bede, commentary wrongly ascribed to,
p. 236
Belgae, a Celtic people, p. 244
Belka (el), p. 87, 196
biblical studies, Antiochene School of,
p. 228; revival of, under Charle-
magne, p. 235
Bolgius, p. 248
Bonosus, p. 286
branding among the ancients, vi. 17
Brennus, p. 247
brethren of the Lord, p. 252 sq (pas-
sim)
“brother,' wide use of the term, p. 256,
261, 288
Bruno Carthusianus, his commentary
on St Paul, p. 236
Baakalvew, iii. 1
Baarášew, vi. 17

Cassiodorus, his notes on St Paul, p.
233; he expurgates the commentary
of Pelagius, ib.; he translates the
notes of Clement of Alexandria, p.
279
Catena (Cramer's), on Galatians, p. 234
causa, “a thing,' early use of, p. 194
Celsus quotes Galatians, p. 61
Celtae, the name, p. 2 sq; its use in
Dion Cassius, p. 240; migrations of
the, p. 4 sq (passim), 241; distin-
guished from Germans, p. 240 sq.
Cephas, use of the name, i. 18; falsely
assigned to different persons, p. 129
Cerethrius, p. 248
chiasm, the figure, iv. 5
Christian, the name, p. 301
chronology of the exodus, iii. 17; of
St Paul, see Paul
Chrysostom (St), his homily on St Peter
at Antioch, p. 131, 229; his con-
mentary on Galatians, p. 228 sq; on
St Paul's infirmity, p. 187; on Hagar,
p. 195; on the Lord's brethren, p.
257, 289 sq.
circumcision, the question of, p. 305
sq (passim), ii. 1 sq (passim)
Claudius Altissiodorensis (or Tauri-
nensis), his commentary on St Paul,
p. 235
Clement of Alexandria, on Cephas at
Antioch, p. 129; on the Lord's bre-
thren, p. 279 sq; on the Nicolaitans,
p. 298; his use of the word “apostle,”
p. 10o; his commentary on the Ca-
tholic Epistles, p. 279
Clement of Rome, his position in the
Church, p. 100, 338, 341; his Epistle,
p. 338, 358
Clementine Homilies, their scope and
complexion, p. 340 sq.; editions and
epitomes of, etc. p. 327; their Ro-
man origin doubtful, p. 34o sq;
their representation of St James,
p. 274, 276, 370 sq ; attacks on St
Paul, ii. 11, 13, iv. Io, 16, 24, p.
61 sq., 129, 327 sq.; limitation of
the term “apostle' in, p. Ioo; letter
of Peter prefixed to, p. 329; letter
of Clement prefixed to, p. 341
Clementine Recognitions, composition
of, p. 329 sq ; editions and trans-
lations of, p. 327; Ascents of James
incorporated in, p. 276, 330, 359,
367; allusion to St Paul in, iv. 16;
arbitrary alteration of Rufinus in,
P. 330
Cleopas, the name, p. 267
Clopas, p. 256 sq., 267 sq., 277; to be
identified with Alphaeus 7 p. 257,
267, 290
collection of alms for Judaea, p. 25, 55,
3o4, ii. Io, vi. 7
Collyridians, p. 285
Corinth, the Church of, its catholicity,
p. 358; parties in, p. 372 sq.; Ju-
daizers in, ib.; the offender in, p.
54, vi. I
Corinthians, 1st Epistle to the, when
written, p. 38; compared with Gala-
tians, p. 51 sq., 64; passages com-

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Eastern Churches, testimony respecting
the Jameses, p. 290
Ebionites, different classes of, p. 317,
321 sq (passin)
Egyptians, Gospel of; saying ascribed
to our Lord in, iii. 28; tradition re-
specting gnosis in, p. 28o
Elchasai or Elxai, book of, p. 32.4 sq.;
see Hippolytus
Elieser (Rabbi), on the Samaritans,
p. 299
ellipsis, after Iva, ii. 9; with uðvov, ii. Io,
vi. 12; with aff, v. 13; of the name
of God, i. 6, 15, v. 8
Ephesians, ii. 20, iii. 5, commented on,
p. 97
Ephraem Syrus, his commentary on St
Paul, p. 227; on Hagar, p. 194
Epiphanius, on the Lord's brethren,
p. 253 sq (passim), 285 sq.; on the
Nazarenes, p. 319
Esdras, 4th book of, on faith, p. 161
Essene Ebionism, p. 322 sq (passim)
Fthiopian eunuch, conversion of, p.
3oo
Eusebius of Caesarea, Syriac transla-
tion of, p. 280, 283, 332, 358; the
passage H. E. ii. 1 commented on,
p. 28o; on the Lord's brethren,
p. 282; his silence misinterpreted,

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163; rabbinical teachers on, p. 161 sq.,
163: see James the Lord's brother
fascination, iii. 1
fides, fidelis, fidentia, fiducia, p. 158
first-born, meaning of, p. 271
Florus Magister, his commentary on
St Paul, p. 235
Francis (St) of Assisi, his stigmata,
vi. 17
fulness of time, iv. 4
future tense, uses of, vi. 5, 16

Gaezatodiastus, p. 248
Galatae, the name, p. 2 sq
Galatia, geographical limits of, p. 6, 7,
18 sq.; mixed population of, p. 8 sq.;
Jews in, p. 9 sq., 25 sq.; Romans in,
p. 6 sq., 9; trade of, p. 10; fertility of,
ib.; used of European Gaul, p. 3, 31
Galatia, the people of, alien to Asia, p. 1;
their origin, migrations, and early
history, p. 4 sq (passim); their lan.
guage, p. 12, 246 sq ; their three
tribes, p. 7, 248; their national cha-
racter, p. 12 sq ; their religion, p. 8,
11, 16 sq., 21, 23, 30; mutilation
among, p. 16, v. 12; witchcraft among,
v. 20; were they Celts or Teutons?
p.239 sq (passim); supposed German
affinities explained, p.25osq; names
among, p. 246
Galatia, the Churches of, their locality,
p. 20 sq.; composition of, p. 26; St
Paul's intercourse with, p. 21 sq
(passim), 41; Judaism in, p. 27 sq.,
372 sq.; persecutions of, iii. 4; later
history of, p. 31 sq; heresies of,
p. 32 sq.; martyrs of, p. 33 sq
Galatians, Epistle to the, date of, p. 36
sq (passim); St Paul's companions
at the time, i. 2; object of, p. 31;
style and features of, p. 43 sq., 63 sq,
i. I, 6; its resemblance to 2 Cor., p.
43 sq.; and to Rom., p. 45 sq.; genu-
ineness of, p. 57 sq.; external testi-
mony to, p. 58 sq.; analysis of, p. 65
sq; postscript to, p. 65, vi. 11; com-
mentaries on, p. 227 sq (passim); its

importance in modern controversy,
p. 68, 293
Galli, Gallia, the names, p. 2 sq.
Gauls: see Celtae, Galatae, Galli
Gelasius (Pope), commentary falsely
ascribed to, p. 233
Genesis, passages commented on, (xv.
6) p. 159 sq ; (xv. 13) iii. 17; (xxi. 9,
Io) iv. 29, 30
Gennadius, his commentary on St Paul,
p. 231
Gentiles, the Gospel preached to, p. 295
sq (passim); emancipation and pro-
gress of, p. 302 sq (passim)
Germanopolis, p. 250 sq.
Glossa Ordinaria, p. 236
Gordium, p. 10, 20
Gregory Nazianzen, on St Peter at
Antioch, p. 130
Gregory Nyssen, on the Lord's bre-
thren, p. 284
guardianship, ancient laws respecting,
1W. 1
gutturals interchanged in the Semitic
languages, p. 197
^evvāv, iv. 24
owdharew, elbéval, iii. 7, iv. 9
^vaplow tuiv, i. 11
opáugara, vi. 11
opaqi, iii. 8, 22

Habakkuk, ii. 4 commented on, p. 156,
iii. 11
Hadrian, his treatment of Jews and
Christians, p. 316 sq
Hagar, meaning of, p. 87 sq., 193 sq.;
places bearing the name, p. 196; a
synonyme for Sinai?, p. 89, 196 sq,
iv. 25; doubtful reading, p. 192 sq.
Isagarenes, iv. 25, 29
Harant, der Christliche Ulysses, p. 195;
on Hagar, ib.
Haymo, commentary on St Paul, p. 236
Hebrews, Gospel of the; account of our
Lord appearing to James, p. 274
Hegesippus,his sojournin Rome, p. 332;
not an Ebionite, p. 333 sq; on the
Lord's brethren, p. 276 sq; on James
the Lord's brother, p. 365 sq ; on

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