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heresies in the Church of Jerusalem,

P. 315 89, 325 sq
Hellenists, their influencein theChurch,

p. 297 sq
Helvidius, on the Lord's brethren, p.

253 sq (passim), 286
Hermas, the Shepherd of; its date, p. 99;

its character and teaching, p. 339 sq;

use of the term 'apostle' in, p. 99
Herod, persecution of, p. 124, 127
Herveus Dolensis, commentary on St

Paul, p. 236
Hilary (Ambrosiaster), commentary on

St Paul, p. 229, 232; on the Lord's

brethren, p. 284
Hilary of Poitiers, on the Gauls, p. 242;

on the Lord's brethren, p. 283; com-

mentary wrongly ascribed to, p. 229
Hippolytus on the Nicolaitans, p. 297

sq; on the book of Elchasai, p.
324 sq, 331, 342; St John illustrated
from, p. 309; the pseudo-, concern-
ing the Lord's brethren, p. 282

Jerome, his commentary on the Gala-

tians, p. 232 ; his disputes with An.
gustine, p. 130 sq; his visit to Gaul
and Galatia, p. 243; his disingeng-
ousness, p. 130,278; his allegorizing,
p. 9o; on the Galatian language, p.
12, 243; on Galatian heresies, p. 32;
on the origin of the Galatian people,
p. 242 sq; on the Nazarenes, p. 317;
on the Lord's brethren, p. 253 sq
(passim), 287; on the thorn in the
flesh, p. 186, 187 sq; commentary of

Pelagius ascribed to him, p. 233
Jerusalem, the fall of, p. 312 sq; the

early Church of, p. 295 sq (passim);
its waning influence, p. 303 sq (pas.
sim); outbreak of heresies in, p. 315
sq; reconstitution of, p. 316 sq; the
new, heavenly, Jerusalem, iv. 26; see

also Paul (St), collection of alms
Jewish names, exchanged for heathen,

p. 267 sq; abbreviated, p. 268
Ignatius, his testimony to Galatians, p.

58 sq; to the Roman Church, p. 338;

on St Peter and St Paul, p. 358
imperfect tense, iv. 20
John (St), was he the Lord's cousin ?

p. 264; his position in the Church,
P. 359 sq; on eidwlboura, p. 309; tra-
ditions relating to, p. 362 sq; not
clained by Ebionites, p. 359; Gospel
and Epistles of, p. 363; Apocalypse

of, p. 360 sq
John, Gospel of, xix. 25 commented

on, p. 264, 266
Joseph, a common name, p. 268; OC-

currence in our Lord's genealogy, p.

269; the same with Joses? p. 268
Joseph, the Virgin's husband, early

death of, p. 270
Josephus, on the death of St James,

p. 366 sq; the pseudo-, 313
Joses, the son of Mary, p. 268
Jovinianus, p. 286
Irenæus, on the Paschal controversy,

p. 343
Isaac, explained by Philo, p. 199
Ishmael, meaning of, p. 190; rabbinical

accounts of, iv. 29

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James the Lord's brother, was he an

apostle? i. 19, p. 95, 100, 261 sq
(passim); our Lord's appearance to
him, p. 265 sq, 274, 364; his po-
sition, ii. 9, p. 364 sq (passim); his
asceticism, p. 365 sq; his relation
to the Judaizers, p. 29, 306, 365, 371
sq (passim); to St Peter and St John,
p. 368; to St Paul (faith and works),
p. 164, 369, v. 6; his death, p. 313,
366 sq; account of him in the He.
brew Gospel, p. 274; in the Clemen-
tines, p. 276; among the Ophites, p.

280: see also Ascents of James
James the son of Alphaeus, p. 254 sq

(passim)
James the son of Mary, p. 255 sq (pas-

sim); why called o plapós, p. 262, 285
James the son of Zebedee, martyrdom

of, p. 303; was he & cousin of our

Lord ? p. 264
Jason and Papiscus, Dialogue of, p. 152

sq: see Ariston
idols, things sacrificed to, p. 308 sq

ii. 14

Israel (Israelite), force of, vi. 16; ex- λέγειν, λέγει impersonal, iii. 16; λέγω
plained by Philo, p. 199

öl, iv. I
Judaizers, ii. 1 sg (passim), 12, vi. 12, λοιπός, difference of το λοιπόν and του

13, p. 17 6q, 305 sq (passim), 317 sq λοιπου, vi. 17
(passim), 349 sq (pageim), 371 sq
(passim)

Maccabees, First Book of, viii. 2 com.
Judas, the Apostle and the Lord's

mented on, p. 9
brother the same? p. 95, 257 8?

Marcion, the canon of; order of St
(passim)

Paul's Epistles in, p. 36; Galatians
Judas, a name of Thomas, p. 263

in, p. 61; omissions in his text, i. 1,
Julian and the Galatians, p. 33 sq

iii, 6
Juliopolis (Gordium), p. 20

Mary, different persons bearing the
Justin Martyr, not an Ebionite, p. 331 name, p. 355 sq, 259 sq, 262, 269,

sq; acquainted with St Paul's 285, 289
Epistles, iii. 10, 13, iv. 27, p. 60: Mary, the Lord's mother; her virginity,
Orat. ad Graec. wrongly ascribed to, p. 270 sq; commended to the keeping
p. 6o; a fragment wrongly ascribed

of St John, p. 272
to, p. 278 sq

Melito, p. 362
Justus, the name, p. 365

Moses, called a mediator, iii, 19; Reve.
lde (1800) őri, i. 20; lòe or idé, v. 2

lation of, vi. 15
Ιεροσόλυμα, 1. 18; (Ιερουσαλήμ) iv. 26 Muratorian Canon, order of St Paul's
ικανός, p. 89

Epistles in, p. 37
tva, with indic., ii. 4, iv. 17; ellipsis pakapouós, iv. 15

with, ii. 9; repeated, iii. 14, iv. 5 μαρτύρομαι, ν. 3
"Ιουδαΐζειν,

μεσίτης, iii. 19
'Iovdačk@s with aspirate, ii. 14

μεταστρέφειν, i. 7
Ιουδαϊσμός, i. 13

μετατίθεσθαι, i. 6
lotopeiv, i. 18

un with indio., iv. II
μη γένοιτο, ii. 17, vi. 14

MÝTws, construction with, ii. 3
Lactantius, on the Galatian people, p. μικρός (0), p. 262
242

μυκτηρίζειν, vi. 7
Lanfranc, his commentary on St Paul,

Nazarenes, p. 317 sq
Law, the; St Paul's conception of, ii. neighbour, meaning of, v. 14
19 sq, iii. 10 sq, 19, 24, iv. 5, 11, 30,

Nervii, a Celtic people, p. 244
vi. 2. Our Lord's teaching as regards,

Nicolas and the Nicolaitans, p. 297 sq
p. 295; zeal for and decline of, p. 311 νήπιος, iv. 1
sq (passim); relation of St Peter to, νόμος and ο νόμος, ii. 19, iv. 4, 5, 21,
p. 352 sq; of St John to, p. 359 V. 18, vi. 13
sq; of St James to, p. 365 sq:
see Paul (St), and vómos

Ecumenius, Catena bearing his name,
leaven, a symbol, v. 9

p. 234
Leonnorius, p. 5, 250 89

Old Testament, interpretation of types
Lutarius, p. 5, 350 sq

in, iii. 16
Luther, on the Epistle to the Galatians, Ophites, their use of Galatians, p. 61;

p. 18; on the Galatian people, p. 239; reference to, in the Apocalypse, p.
on the thorn in the flesh, p. 188 sq; 309; their use of the Gospel of the
his different language at difierent Egyptians, p. 280
times, p. 349 sq

optative, not after final particles, ii. 3

p. 236

Origen, his commentaries on Galatians, (passim), 350 sq (passim), ii. 1 54

p. 227; on St Peter at Antioch, p. (passim), (see James, Peter, John);
130; on the Lord's brethren, p. 281 relations to his countrymen, p. 345
sq; on the Ebionites, p. 317, 331; sq; accounts of him in the Acts, p.
misinterpretations of, iii. 19, V. 24 346; in the Test. zii.Patr. p. 319,321;
and w confused, vi. 12

attacks of Judaizers on, i. 10, p. 27 sq
olacios, vi. 10

(see Judaizers, Clementine Homilies);
οικονόμος, iv. 2

bis teaching compared with Philo, p.
όμως, iii. 15

163, 199; with rabbinical writers, p.
ονομάζεσθαι, p. 283

163; on the law (see Law); his use of
ορθοποδείν, ii. 14

metaphors, ii. 20, iv, 19, vi. 8
DOTIS, ós, distinguished, iv. 24, 26, v. 19 Paul (St), Epistles of; order in difer-
Öte with quotations, i. 23

ent canons, p. 36 sq; four chronolo.
oudd...octe, i. 12

gical groups of, p. 42 sq; postscripts
oukétı logical, üi. 13

to, vi, 11; partial reception of, p. 345;
ou un with fut. ind., iv. 30

questioned by modern critics, p. 347
ου πας for ουδείς, ii. 16

Pauli Praedicatio, p. 353
όφελον, ν. 12

Pelagius, his commentary on St Paul,
ws, 'while,' vi. 10

p. 233; on the Lord's brethren, p. 288

Pella, Church of, p. 313 sq, 317: see
Palestine, Churches of, 331 sq

Ariston
Papias distinguishes other disciples perfect, uses of, ii. 7, ii. 18, iv. 23, V. 14

from the Apostles, p. 99; passage Pessinus, p. 6, 8, 10, 20, 21, 34, V. 12
wrongly ascribed to, p. 273

Peter (St), his vision, and its effects, ii.
Papias (the mediæval), his Elementa-

12, 14, P. 355; at Antioch, ii. ii sq,
rium, p. 273

p. 128 sq, 354 sq, 356; at Rome, p.
Paschal controversy, p. 331, 343

337 sq, 353 ; his character, p. 139,
Passalorhynchitae, p. 32

355 sq; how regarded by St Paul,
Paul (St), chronology of his early life,

p. 351; how represented by the Cle-
ii. 1, p. 124; his qualifications and mentines, ii. II, 13, p. 324, 327 5q,
conversion, p. 302 sq; date of his apo- 352; by Basilides, etc. p. 353; cou.
stolio commission, i. I, p. 98, 124; pled with St Paul in early writers,
visit to Arabia, p. 87 sq; at Damas. p. 358; writings ascribed to, p. 353
cus, i. 17, 18, p. 89; first visit to Je-

Peter (St), ist Epistle of; to whom writ-
rusalem, p. 91 sq, i. 21, 22; first ten, p. 26; its character, etc., p.
missionary journey, p. 304 sq; third 356 sq; its resemblance to St Paul,
visit to Jerusalem, ii. i sq (passim), p. 355 sq
123 sq (passim), 305 sq; conflict Peter, Gospel of; its docetism, p. 37:
with St Peter at Antioch, ii. 11 sq, sq; account of the Lord's brethren
p. 128 sq, p. 354 sq; preaching

in, ib.
in Galatia, p. 22 sq (passim), 41; Peter, Preaching of; tradition pre-
sojourn at Ephesus, p. 38; history served by, p. 127; influence of a pas.
in the years 57, 58, p. 38 sq; his sage in, iv. 3; not Ebionite, p. 353
personal appearance, p. 191 ; eye. Philip the deacon; his work, p. 298 sq;
sight, vi. 11, p. 191; thorn in the confused with the Apostle, p. 100
Alesh, p. 23, 186 sq (passim), iv. 13 philology, advanced by Christian mis-
8q; on the support of the ministry,

sions, p. 243
vi. 6; on elowbOuta, p. 308 sq; re- Philo, his doctrine of faith, p. 159 sq,
lation to the Apostles of the circum- 163; allegory of Abraham, p. 160 sq;
cision, p. 57, 91 sq, 126 sq, 292 sq of Hagar and Sarah, p. 198 sq; on the

φαρμακεία, τ. 20
φθονεϊν (with accus.), ν. 26
φθόνος, ζήλος, ν. 21
φθορά, vi. 8
φορτίον, βάρος, νι. 5
φρεναπατάν, τι. 3

Rabanus Maurus, bis commentary on

St Paul, p. 236
regeneration, vi. 15
Revelation ii. 24 commented on, p.

309
Romans, epistle to the; when written,

p. 40; resemblance to Galatians, p.
45 sq (passim); contrast to Galatians,

p. 349
Romans xvi. 7 commented on, p. 96
Rome, Church of; early history, p. 335

8q; succession of bishops, p. 332 ;
recognition of St Peter and St Paul

by, p. 358
Rufinus, his translation of Eusebius,

p. 332 ; of the Clementine Recogni.
tions, p. 327, 330

name of Hagar, p. 197; on those of

Isado and Ishmael, p. 199
Photius, bis commentary on St Paul,

p. 231
Polycarp, the Epistle of, p. 59, iv. 26;

at Rome, p. 343
Polycrates (of Ephesus), his date and

style, p. 362 ; traditions preserved

by, p. 343, 36ο sq
Prausus, p. 248
Primasius, his commentary on St Paul,

p. 234
proselytes, different classes of, p. 296
Protevangelium, on the Lord's bre-

thren, p. 275, 281
ταθήματα, επιθυμίαι, ν. 24
παιδαγωγός, iii. 14
παιδίσκη, iv. 20
παρά, από, 1. 12
παράδοσις, i. 14
παραλαμβάνειν, i. 12
παρατηρείν, iv. το
παρείσακτος, παρεισελθείν, ii. 4
πάσχειν, iii. 4
πείθω, i. το; πέπoιθα είς (επί), ν. το
πειρασμός, iv.

4
πεισμονή, ν. 8
περί, υπέρ, 1.
περισσοτέρως, 1 14
περιτέμνεσθαι, οι περιτεμνόμενοι, vi. 13
περιτομή, οι εκ περιτομής, ii. 12
πέταλον, p. 36ο, 366
πιστεύειν, Constructions with, ii. 16;

τιστεύεσθαι τι, ii. 7
πίστις, i. 23, iii. 13, ν. 22, p. 152 sq

(passim)
πιστός, p. 156 sg
πληρούν, ν. 14
πλήρωμα, το π. του χρόνου, iv. 4
ποτέ, meaning, ii. 6; displaced, i. 13, 23
πραύτης (πραότης), ν. 23
τρoγράφειν, iii. 1
τροθεσμία, iv. 2
προκαλείσθαι, ν. 26
προλαμβάνειν, vi. 1
πρός, ii. 14
προσανατίθεσθαι, i. 16, ii. 6
πρόσωπον λαμβάνειν, ii. 6
πρότερον, το πρ., iv. 13
πρωτότοκος, p. 271

4

Salome, p. 264
Samaritans, how regarded by the Jews,

p. 299; conversion of, ib.
Sarah (Sarai), meaning of the word,

P. 198; typifies Jerusalem, iv. 27:

see also Hagar
Scripture and scriptures, iii. 22
Sedulius, his commentary on St Paul,

p. 235
Serapion, on the Gospel of Peter, p.

275
Seres, mythical character of, p. 324 8G
Seven, appointment of the, p. 297
Seventy, the; called apostles, p. 100
Severianus, his commentary on Gala.

tians, p. 229; (?) on Hagar, p. 194
Silas, an apostle (?) p. 96, 98
Simon or Symeon, different persons

called, p. 257 sq, 266; a common

name, p. 268 sq
Sinai, St Paul at, p. 88; allegorical

meaning of, iv. 25: see Hagar
spirit and the Spirit, v. 5, 17
stadium, St Paul's metaphor of the, ii.

2, ν. 7

Stephanus Gobarus, on Hegesippus, p.

334
Stephen (8t), influence and work of, p.

298, 301
Symeon, son of Clopas, p. 266 sq, 276

sq; his martyrdom, p. 315: see Simon
Syriac translations; of the Clementines,

P. 327, 330; of Ignatius, p. 339; of

Eusebius, see Eusebius
σκάνδαλον, ν. 11
okolov, p. 187 sq
onépuata (plural), iii. 16
OTHKELV, V. I
στίγματα, vi. 17
στοιχεία, iv. 3
otúlo., usage and accent, ii. 9
συγγενείς, . 14
συγκλείειν εις (υπό), iii. 22
συν- σαperfuous (συνηλικιώτης), 1. 14
συναπάγεσθαι with dative, i. 13
συνιστάνειν, ii. 18
OUVOTOLXEîv (-xla), iv. 24, p. 230

Timotheus, circumcision of, ii. 3; not

an apostle, p. 96, 98
Timothy, Second Epistle to, iv. 10 com-

mented on, p. 3, 31
Titus, mission of, ii. I;

circumcision of,
etc. ii. 3, p. 122
Tolistobogii, p. 6, 248 sq
Tolosa, p. 249
transcribers, fidelity of, ii. 13
Treveri, the name how written, p. 243;

were Celts, not Germans, p. 243 sq;
later German settlement among, p.

245
Troomi, p. 6, 249
ταράσσειν, i. 7, τ. 10
Taxéws, p. 41, i. 6
τέκνα (υιοι) θεού, iii. 26
Tekvla, iv. 19
τρέχειν, see stadium
Ovuol (plural), v. 20

Tavium, p. 6, 8, 10, 20
Tectosages (-gae), p. 6, 248 sq
Tertullian, charges against Marcion, p.

122, 129; on the Lord's brethren,
p. 253, 258, 278 sq; on St Paul's

infirmity, p. 186; on Praxcas, p. 344
Testaments of Twelve Patriarchs, p.

319 sa
Teutobodiaci, p. 250 sq
Theodore of Mopsuestia, his commen.

tary on St Paul's Epistles, p. 229 sq;
error in the Greek text, p. 193; in
the Latin translation, p. 230; on St
Peter at Antioch, p. 132; on Hagar,

P. 194, 196
Theodoret, his commentary on St Paul's

Epistles, p. 230; on St Peter at An.
tioch, p. 132 ; on Hagar, p. 194, 196;

on the Lord's brethren, p. 257, 290
Theophylact, his commentary on St

Paul's Epistles, p. 234; on the Lord's

brethren, p. 254, 290
Thomas (St), his name Judas, p. 263
thorn in the flesh: see Paul (St)

Versions, testimony respecting the

Lord's brethren, p. 264,275 sq; Itala,

p. 122
Victor of Rome, p. 335 sq, 343
Victorinus the philosopher, his com-

mentary on St Paul, p. 331 ; on the
date of Galatians, p. 36; on the Lord's
brethren, p. 284; he mistakes the

Latin version, p. 90
Victorinus Petavionensis, on the Lord's

brethren, p. 258, 283
υιοθεσία, iv. 5
υιοι θεου, iii. 26
υπάρχειν, ii. 14
υπέρ, περί, i. 4
υποστέλλειν, ii. 12

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