Catalogue Entry: THEM00237

Drafts on the history of the Church (Section 7)

Author: Isaac Newton

Source: Yahuda Ms. 15.7, National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

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[1] p. 33

[2] p. 34

[3] 35

[4] Epist. 10.

[5] 1 Tim. 4

[6] e Euseb. Hist. l. 5 c. ult.

[7] p. 267

[8] a Pars 3 p 151, 152

[9] p. 232.

[10] Part 4. p. 232

[11] f Iren l. 1. c. c. 10.

[12] g ib. l. 1. c. 6.

[13] a

[14] h cont. Marcell. l. 2. c. 9

[15] a De Hæres.

[16] a De Hæres.

[17] Περὶ Κοσμοπ. p. 3.

[18] a Baron an. 381. sect. 41.

[19] Apud Holstenium

[20] Epist 4 apud Holsten.

[21] Epist 5

[22] Epist 10 apud Holsten.

[23] p. 97, 98

[24] a See Basnag Annal. A.C. 579. sect. 6, 7.

[25] a Apud Gratianum de Mediolanensi et Aquileiensi Episcopis.

[26] Ambros. l. 3 de sacramentis c. 1

[27] De Regno Italiæ lib. 9.

[28] c. 15

[29] Epistola

[30] a Apollonius in Argonaut. l. 1. v. 101.

[31] b Plutarch in Theseo.

[32] f Athanas. Epist. ad Monachos prope medium.

[33] f Athanas. Epist. ad Monachos prope medium.

[34] g Socr. l. 1. c. 23. Sozom. l. 2. c. 18, 21.

[35] h Socr. ib. Sozom l. 2. c. 18

[36] i Vide Epist. Concil. Serdic. apud Theodoritum l.

[37] Greg. Naz. Orat. 21.

[38] Hilar. de Synodis p. 382

[39] p. 381.

[40] Hæres. 47 sect. 1.

[41] c. Ammian l. 31.

[42] Gr Naz. Orat 21

[43] Hæres 65. sect. 8 & Hæres 76 sec. 7

[44] a Ουκ ἅρπαγμον ἡγήσατο idem hic significat quod ὀυκ ἥρπασε non rapuit.

[45] b Ισα cum dativo sequente semper est adverbium similitudinis, ut in his expemplis. Ισα – – – – – flectat. Nam totius hic locus ad humanam Christi naturam spectat.

[46] b Ισα cum dativo sequente semper est adverbium similitudinis, ut in his expemplis. Ισα – – – – – flectat. Nam totius hic locus ad humanam Christi naturam spectat.

[47] a Ουκ ἅρπαγμον ἡγήσατο idem hic significat quod ὀυκ ἥρπασε non rapuit.

[48] a Ουκ ἅρπαγμον ἡγήσατο idem hic significat quod ὀυκ ἥρπασε non rapuit.

[49] b Ισα cum dativo sequente semper est adverbium similitudinis, ut in his expemplis. Ισα – – – – – flectat. Nam totius hic locus ad humanam Christi naturam spectat.

[50] c Μορφὴ θεου & μορφὴ δούλου are opposed to one another, & ἑαυτὸν ἐκένοσε relates to the μορφὴ θεου which he laid aside when he took on him the μορφὴ δούλου.

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