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Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Vol. IV:
Subject Indexes: The Anti-Donatist Writings

Early Church Fathers  Index     

THE ANTI-DONATIST WRITINGS.

INDEX OF SUBJECTS.

Aaron, 469, 591–593.

Aaron’s sons, 444.

Abel, 422.

Abiram, 444, 528.

Abitini (Avitini), 507.

Abraham, 422, 461, 527, 534, 537, 552, 563, 579, 622, 628.

Abraham’s seed, 534, 535, 538, 547, 548, 550.

Absalom, 645.

Absentius, 520.

Academics, 606, 607.

Acesius, 440.

Adam, 421, 647.

Adelphius, bp. of Thasbalte, 497.

Adrumetum (Hadrumetum), 484.

Africa, 426, 431, 433, 436, 437, 450, 483, 496, 526, 527, 528, 531, 543, 545, 550, 555, 577, 591, 595, 598, 600, 608, 622, 627, 638, 642, 644, 645, 650.

African, 524, 544, 588, 595, 608, 609, 615, 622, 628.

Africa Proconsularis, 505, 506, 507.

Aggya (Aggiva, Aga), 507.

Agrippinus, bp. of Carthage, 425, 430, 431, 432, 436, 437, 440, 446, 450.

Ahab, 578, 647.

Alleluia (Liturgical), 570.

Amen (Liturgical), 570.

Ammacura (Bamacorra), 496.

Anastasius, bp. of Rome, 561.

Ammedera, 496.

Antichrist, 445, 456, 485, 488, 493, 504, 507, 510.

Antonianus, 449.

Apollos, 521, 552, 617, 624, 625.

Archives, 524, 527, 538, 579, 581, 608, 615, 626, 627.

Arianism, 581, 649.

Arians, 633.

Arius, 442, 633, 650.

Arles, 487.

Asher, 421.

Assuras (Assavæ), 433, 507, 523, 524.

Augustin, 411, 425, 438, 460, 472, 473, 475, 476, 487, 490, 492, 493, 519, 522, 530, 539, 584, 596, 600, 601, 603, 604, 608, 616, 619, 621, 651.

Aurasius, Mt., 484.

Aurelius, bp. of Chullabi, 501, 509.

Aurelius, bp. of Utica, 501.

Ausafa, 508.

Ausuaga, 503.

Aymnius, bp. of Ausuaga, 503.

 

Badiæ, 489.

Bagai (see Council of), 643.

Banto, 608.

Baptism:

can be given outside, 411, 412, 424.

apostates retain, 411, 412.

retained by schismatics and. heretics, 412, 446, 489, 502, 512.

profit of, only in the Church, 413, 441, 447. 509, 514, 527.

rightly received only in Catholic Church, 413, 483, 484, 488, 489, 505, 647.

exists, but not rightly received among Donatists, 413.

sin of receiving it outside, 414.

each Donatist sect claims the true, 415.

relation to sonship, 417.

relation to remission of sins, 419, 440, 441, 450.

grace of may continue with constant sin, 420.

temporary experience of grace by wicked, 420.

in view of death, 420.

not property of man, but Christ, 424, 438, 440, 454, 484, 501, 502, 545, 550, 554, 613, 615.

universal administration and reception, 430.

required by the Church for admission to her altar, 434.

unbaptized left to the mercy of God, 434.

water of, not polluted by man, 439, 440, 473.

relation of doctrinal belief to, 441, 442, 457, 458.

made valid by the formula, 442, 495, 530.

not corruptible by men, 447.

as administered by the evil within and without, 448, 483, 485.

distinction between rite and grace of, 448, 449–462, 472, 474, 475, 476, 505, 507, 510, 532.

relation of the bad within and the bad without, to, 451–460.

relation of character of ministrant and recipient to, 453, 456, 457, 474, 481, 490, 506, 520, 521, 522, 531, 551, 554, 590, 595, 601, 602, 622.

formula of, 449, 456, 487, 495, 545, 550, 591, 616, 620, 623.

for salvation within the Church, for judgment without, 453, 454, 480, 507.

martyr, 458, 542, 543.

water of, not adulterous among heretics, 458.

penitent thief not baptized with water, 460, 461, 462.

infant, 461, 462, 589.

exists outside of unity, 464.

not invalidated by heretics, 464.

not justly or lawfully possessed by heretics, 466, 504.

equality of, 469.

not to be repeated, 469.

the same everywhere, 470.

Noachic, 477, 478.

untruth of among heretics, 484, 485, 503.

rite not lost by sin, 486.

threefold nature of, 487, 488.

unsanctified water of, 491.

by the dead, 494, 523.

water of compared with rivers of Paradise, 501.

as one, not two, 503, 508, 545, 546.

necklace of the Bridegroom, 503.

Marcion s, 504.

lawfully given only in the Church, 503, 508.

validity of mock, 512, 513.

validity of all, 513.

as to way of cleansing one ignorantly polluted, 520.

by wicked ministrant most desirable according to Donatists, 522, 523, 619, 620, 621.

Christ alone given of grace, 531.

relation to origin, head and root, 531, 617, 622, 623, 624.

truth or falsity of Catholic, 545, 546, 547.

meaning of formula, 550, 551.

three grades of consecration, 547–550.

water of guilty, abandoned by the Holy Spirit, 589.

recognition of Donatist, 595.

how cleanse one baptized by a defiled but unknown conscience? 604 sqq.

ministrant to be examined, 609.

if dependent on man, is a glorying in man, 609, 610.

perished from the world through the traditors, 616.

requires both the rite and the gospel, 626.

man not the justifier, but God 646.

Barjesus, 616.

Basilica, 433, 525, 540, 564, 579, 582, 615, 643.

Beatitudes, 565–567.

Bede, 427.

Bilta, 483.

Bingham, 460.

Bizica Lucana (see Buslaceni).

Bobba (Obba), 503.

Boniface, 633, 635, 651.

Bulla (Vulla), 506.

Burug (Buruc, Borca), 494.

Buslacene (Cussaceni, Bizica Lucana, Byzacium), 439, 507.

Byzacium (Byzacene) the ecclesiastical province, 487, 493, 495, 497, 499. 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 507, 508, 509.

Byzacium, the capital (see Buslacene).

 

Cabarsussum, 433.

Cæcilian, 534, 536, 545, 578, 598, 608, 623, 634, 635, 636, 637, 639.

Cæcilius, bp. of Bilta, 483.

Caiaphas, 547.

Cain, 422.

Calama, 588, 626.

Caldonius, 473.

Canaanite, 647.

Canon, as to holy orders of penitents, 649.

Capse, 507.

Caracalla, 578.

Carneades, 606.

Cartenna, 572.

Carthage, 412, 426, 433, 510, 578, 634, 635, 639.

Cassianus, 586, 587.

Cassius, bp. of Macomades, 492, 493.

Castus, by of Sicca, 438.

Castra Galbæ, 486.

Catechumen, 441, 459, 460, 624.

Catholic:

he is, who intended to be though baptized outside, 413.

denial of remission to Donatist baptism, 19.

some things not Catholic within the Church, 508.

traditors, 500, 506, 527, 532, 535, 538, 541, 542, 547, 548, 552, 563, 569, 574, 589, 591, 594, 599, 626.

persecutors, 527, 534, 535, 536, 537, 539, 541, 566, 568, 570, 571, 587.

ordination denied by Donatists, 538.

meaning of, 554, 555.

spiritual adultery of, 563.

covetousness, 564, 587, 588, 646.

recognition of Donatist ordination, 648.

relation to Cyprian, 411, 436.

commendation of good in all outside and correction of differences, 420.

denial of baptism as Donatist property, 421.

Donatists deny to have baptism, 465, 525, 527.

restoration of errant by imposition of hands, 492.

prays for Donatist, 519.

dead through traditors, 525, 532, 533.

charges Donatist with schism only, 528.

is a betrayer and deceiver, 538.

is apostate and rejected, 539.

should imitate Saul, the persecutor, 541.

is without peace, 542.

is defiled through traditors, 544, 589.

gives martyr baptism to the Donatists, 542.

baptism only an imitation, 547.

seeks conversion of Donatists, 554.

accused of falsehood, 563.

is a violator of God’s laws, 564, 565.

uses only the sword of the Spirit, 566, 567.

accused of Phariseeism, 567.

is without charity, 569.

denies being traditor, 585.

does not order the use of civil power, 585.

receives Donatists by fellowship, 595.

recognized Donatists from outset, 650.

Cedias, 488.

Charity, as note of the Church, 417, 423, 424, 425, 426, 443, 444, 445, 452, 458, 481, 482, 499, 500, 511, 562, 569, 570.

Chrism, sacrament of, 592.

Christ:

as baptizing with the Spirit, 504.

significance of His life, 553.

sole object of faith, 617.

(see under Baptism, Church, etc.)

Christian, regenerate yet sinful, 647.

Chullabi (Cululi), 509.

Church:

the fruitful root, 405.

recognizes what is good outside, 416, 446, 498, 504, 547.

the healer, 416.

one only and Catholic, 417.

alone possesses effects of baptism, 419, 420.

characters illustrating it, 421.

antiquity of, 421.

historical struggle between carnal and spiritual, 421.

mother of the good, 422.

African, 423, 650.

statutes of universal, 426.

purism, 429, 476, 502, 542.

admits rebaptized after penance, 434.

perpetuity, 436.

alone binds and looses, 443.

no gifts outside of, 444.

commixture, 417, 448, 452, 455, 456, 477, 485, 490, 492, 511, 546, 555, 570, 598, 627.

compared with Paradise, 447.

bad outside of, and bad inside distinguished, 451–455, 460.

the great house, 455, 511, 512.

wicked, although members, have no part in, 458.

Roman, 475, 561.

true membership figuratively set forth, 477, 490, 493, 502, 503, 509, 511.

true purgation of, 479, 480.

holy, 480.

contamination theory, 500, 501, 506, 513, 514, 543, 544, 550, 551, 555, 556, 614, 615.

Bride of Christ, 506.

built on the rock, 507, 508, 595:

the body of Christ, 511.

not hidden, 548, 549.

Ephesian, 561.

Jerusalem, 561.

where to be found, 562.

owner of all property, 564, 644.

the Head of, 617.

purification of, gradual, 647.

dispenser of justification by Christ, 647.

(See under Baptism, Catholic Charity, Peace, Toleration, Unity, Universality.)

Cibaliana (Cybaliana), 505.

Cicero, 606.

Circumcelliones, 528, 537, 540, 541, 555, 559, 565, 570, 573, 574, 575, 576, 580, 582, 586, 633, 637, 638, 639, 640, 643, 648.

Cirta (see Constantina), 519, 626.

Clarus, bp. of Mascula, 509.

Clergy:

many reprobate, 510, 511.

orders among, 614.

corrupt morals among, 615.

relation to sacraments, 625, 626.

Commixture (see Church).

Conference, of Carthage, 488, 635, 644, 647.

Confessions of Augustin, 604.

of Milan, 432.

Conscience, freedom of, 572, 573, 574.

Constantina (see Cirta), 487, 520, 527, 588, 615, 627.

Constantine, emperor, 440, 487, 580, 581, 582, 587, 608, 635.

Constantius, emperor, 579, 582.

Contamination (see Church).

Conversions, 645.

Cornelius, the centurion, 416, 460, 484, 541.

Correction:

vindicated, 526, 571–575, 583, 584, 635 sqq., 639, 640.

merciful intent of, 587, 588.

Scripture proofs, 636, 637, 642.

difference of view among Catholics at first, 642, 643.

intended to restrain violent Donatists, 643.

without capital punishment, 643.

many conversions, 644.

duty of, for salvation, 645, 646.

seeks to bring back those who have stamp of King, 648.

aims to impart life, 648.

the treatise on, 651.

(see Persecution.)

Council:

African, 416, 439, 450.

Arles, 431, 432, 442, 580, 636.

authority of, 427.

of Bagai, 412, 415, 430, 432, 433, 437, 523, 524, 525, 526, 532, 538, 557, 561, 613, 615, 650.

Cabarsussis, 412.

of Carthage, Agrippinus, Cyprian, etc., 425, 426, 427, 429, 431, 432, 436, 437, 438, 450, 460, 478, 479, 481, 499, 506, 612, 643.

Cirta, 487.

Constantinople, 5th oecum., 634.

Donatist traditor, 500.

Hippo, 604.

Milevis, 486.

Nice, 423, 427, 430, 431, 432, 436, 439, 440, 449, 450, 465, 471, 472, 474, 479, 480, 483, 496, 505, 507, 513.

Plenary, of whole world, 416.

Rome, 580, 635, 650.

Sirmium, 457.

Covenant:

old and new, 421, 422.

Cresceas, bp. of Cirta, 487.

Cretan prophet, 547.

Crispinus, bp. of Calama, 573, 588.

Cuiculi, 508.

Cussaceni (see Buslacene).

Custom, 430, 507, 509.

(see Rebaptism.)

Cutzupitani (Cutzupitæ), 595.

Cyprian, bp. of Carthage, 411, 423, 424, 425, 426, 427, 428, 429, 430, 431, 432, 434, 436, 437, 438, 439, 440, 443, 444, 445, 446, 447, 448, 449, 450, 451, 452, 454, 455, 456, 458, 459, 463, 464, 465, 468, 471, 472, 473, 474, 475, 476, 477, 478, 479, 480, 481, 483, 484, 485, 487, 489, 491, 492, 495, 496, 497, 498, 499, 500, 501, 502, 503, 504, 505, 506, 507, 508, 511, 512, 513, 514.

Cyprian, bp. of Chubursicubur, 613.

 

Daniel, 447, 555, 577, 584, 585, 593, 635, 640.

Darius, 640.

Dathan, 422, 444, 528.

Dativus, bp. of Badiæ, 489.

David, 548, 558, 560, 591, 612, 645, 649.

Decius, emperor, 578, 581.

Demetrius, bp. of Lesser Leptis, 497.

Diagoras, 606.

Digest of acts of the conference, 635.

Diocletian, emperor, 578, 581.

Dionysiana, 503.

Discipline, necessity of, 598, 599.

Domitian, emperor, 578, 581.

Donatists:

appeal to Cyprian, 411, 427, 428, 432.

points of agreement and disagreement with Catholics, 412.

guilty of schism and separation, 413, 414, 500, 520, 527, 534, 538, 545, 548, 568, 583, 586, 588, 628.

can confer baptism but not rightly, 414.

internal schisms, 415, 433.

the genuine, 415.

refuted by receiving Maximianists, 415, 433, 437, 529, 615, 650.

claims to be the Catholic Church, 418, 556, 557, 563, 564.

claim power of remission, 418.

wrong to condemn unknown sins, 421.

lack charity, 421.

theory of the perishing of the church, 428, 429, 430, 463.

no communion with apostolic churches, 428, 530, 561.

traditors, 429, 626, 627.

no ground for separation, 429.

their self-will, 429, 430, 432.

rebaptism refuted by recognizing Maximianist baptism, 430, 465, 466, 523, 524.

contamination theory refuted, 432, 437, 513, 514.

exhorted to return, 433–435.

theory of purism, 437, 524, 527, 530, 531, 538, 555, 556, 558, 559, 589, 592, 593, 594, 647.

appeal to the state, 437, 563, 573, 579, 643.

traditor charge unproved, 437, 524, 534, 535.

cause vacated by non-rebaptism of returning heretics, 463.

leaders written to by Augustin, 519.

are persecutors, 523, 525, 528, 537, 538, 540, 541, 562, 563, 575, 576, 635, 640, 642, 643, 644.

charge that Catholics are dead refuted by Maximianist return, 525, 532.

not in communion with universal church, 526, 562.

conceal their books from Catholics, 526.

are slanderers, 527, 536, 548, 589, 635.

shun debate, 530.

deny the Scriptures, 533.

as martyrs, 533, 534, 543, 560, 567, 575, 576, 577, 637, 638, 645.

affect prophecy, 536.

deny Catholic ordination, 538.

are limited in numbers and place, 538, 555, 557, 558.

recognize baptism as given by Optatus, 546.

require absolute purity of priesthood, 547, 593, 594.

protest against Catholic seeking, 554.

contemn Catholic baptism as Judas’s baptism, 557.

views of Catholic priesthood, 560.

condemn all nations unjustly, 566.

profess to love the Catholics, 569.

claim to be followers of the persecuted Apostle, 569.

violate parables, 570, 597, 598.

are heretics, 569, 585.

accuse world of being the tares, 577.

complain falsely about persecution, 585.

appeal to Julian, 586, 587.

charged with covetousness, 588.

in Rome, 595.

in Spain, 595.

ready to listen to slanders, 602.

use regular formula, 623.

as to belief in the Trinity, 633.

history of their schism, 634, 635.

reject the baptism of apostolic churches, 639.

receive wholesome compulsion, 642.

deny their own acts, 645.

Donatulus, bp. of Capse, 507.

Donatus, bp. of Carthage, 411, 413, 414, 415, 416, 417, 425, 428, 432, 433, 436, 500, 521, 524, 526, 528, 536, 537, 538, 541, 555, 563, 567, 570, 574, 587, 588, 595, 596, 598, 600, 602, 608, 622, 623, 625, 633, 634, 638, 639, 646, 650.

Donatus, bp. of Casæ Nigræ, 650.

bp. of Cibaliana, 505.

the martyr, 578.

 

Egypt, 447, 501, 502, 604.

Elijah, 468, 540, 579.

Emeritus, 572.

Enoch, 422.

Envy, Cyprian’s treatise, 451, 452.

Esau, 418, 421, 422, 470.

Eucharist, 483, 543.

Eucratius, bp. of Theni, 495.

Eugenius, bp. of Ammedera, 496.

Eunomius, 442, 650.

Euphrates, 490.

Eusebius, 573.

Exorcism, 483, 496, 497, 562.

Ezekiel, 446, 593.

 

Faustinus, 573.

Faustus, bp. of Timida Regia, 505.

Felicianus, bp. of Musti, 412, 415, 433, 466, 523, 525, 532, 561, 573, 615.

Felix, bp. of Ammacura, 496.

bp. of Bagai, 488.

bp. of Buslacene, 439, 507.

bp. of Gurgites, 508.

bp. of Maruzana, 503.

bp. of Migirpa, 485.

bp. of Uthina, 494.

Firmiani, 572, 573.

Firmus, 574.

Foreknowledge, 448, 478.

Foreordination, 448.

Forgiveness, 501.

(See Remission of Sins under Baptism.)

Fortunatus, 588, 615.

Fortunatus, Catholic bp. of Constantina, 520.

bp. of Thuccabori, 489.

Furius, 606.

Furni, 505.

 

Garra (see Gor).

Garriana, 501.

Gaul, 615.

Gazaufala (Gazophyla), 509.

Gemelli, 510.

Geminius, bp. of Furni, 505.

Gerba, 487.

Germaniciana nova, 502.

Geta, 578, 581.

Gildo, 433, 523, 543, 546, 550, 554, 573, 583, 589.

Gor (Gorduba), Garra, 501.

Gorduba (see Gor).

Gurgites, 508.

Gyrnmarcelli (see Marcellianus).

 

Hadrumetum, 507.

Hagar, 422, 636, 637.

Ham, 422.

Hearers (among Manichæans), 604.

Heathen, 648.

Heliogabalus, 578.

Heresy:

has none of the notes of the Church, 493.

in relation to forgiveness, 501.

no power to loose or bind, 503.

adultery, 503.

synagogue of Satan, 506.

of the Devil, 506.

Antichrist, 507.

has baptism but to destruction, 509.

necessary, 633, 634.

Hermes Trismegistus, 498.

Hezekiah, 640.

Hippo, 519, 573, 588.

Hippo Diarrhytus (Hippozaritus), 508.

Hippo Regius, 488.

Hippozaritus (see Hippo Diarrhytus)

Holiness, relation to innocence, 559, 560.

Holy Spirit:

of discipline, 419.

received only in the Church, 442, 443, 475, 548, 650.

flees deceit, 475, 546, 610, 611, 613.

sin against, 564, 565, 633, 650, 651.

abandons water of the guilty, 589.

sign but not reality outside of the Church, 651.

Honoratus, bp. of Tucca, 439, 509.

Honorius, bp. of Milevis, 615.

Horreæ Celiæ (Cæliæ), 507.

Hortensianus, bp. of Lares, 492.

Hostanes, 498.

 

Iambus, bp. of Germaniciana, 502.

Imposition of hands, Holy Spirit given by, 442.

Irenæus, bp. of Ululi, 505.

Isaac, 421, 422, 461.

Isaiah, 612.

Ishmael, 418, 421, 422.

Israel, 647.

 

Jacob, 421, 422.

Jacob’s sons, 418.

Jader, bp. of Midila, 502.

James, head of the church at Jerusalem, 561.

Januarius, 573, 625.

bp. of Lambæse, 486, 493.

bp. of Muzuli, 497.

bp. of Vicus Cæsaris, 493.

Jeremiah, 442, 590, 612.

Jezebel, 577.

Job, 560, 593.

John, 419, 473, 483, 488, 509, 510, 547, 593, 594, 612.

as head of the church at Ephesus, 561.

the Baptist, 461, 469, 470, 530, 542, 549, 550, 553, 578, 610, 612, 613, 626.

John’s baptism, 461, 462, 463, 468, 469, 470, 626.

Christ’s submission to, 467.

repeated by Apostles, 551, 552.

different from Christ’s, 553, 554.

Josiah, 640.

Jubaianus, 426, 432, 434, 436, 437, 438, 439, 440, 444, 446, 447, 462, 463, 481, 482, 487, 510, 511.

Judas, the betrayer, 422, 466, 506, 533, 535, 539, 542, 543, 556, 557, 559, 560, 593, 613.

Julian, emperor, 573, 580, 581, 582, 587.

Julianus, bp. of Telepte, 505.

bp. of Marcelliana, 507.

Junius, 474.

Junius, bp. of Neapolis, 510.

Justification, obtained only in the church, 647.

 

King, defender of the faith, 578.

helper of church, 579, 580.

as persecutor and corrector, 584, 585.

coerces as part of loyalty to Christ, 640.

of Nineveh, 640.

Korah, 444, 528.

 

Lactantius, 606.

Lamasba, 508.

Lambæse, 486, 493.

Lares, 492.

Law, of God as known by Satan, 560.

Laws, imperial, 526, 559; 642, 646.

new, 644.

proconsular, 525.

of Theodosius, 643.

Leah, 422.

Leptis, lesser, 497.

magna, 510.

Liberalis, 474.

Libosus, bp, of Vaga, 439, 495.

Litteus, bp. of Gemelli, 510.

Liturgy, Alleluia, q. v.

amen, q. v.

consecration of water, 547, 548.

chant, 546.

Gothic, 584.

Lord’s prayer, 422, 561, 591, 647.

Lotophagitis, 487.

Lucianus, bp. of Rucuma, 502.

Lucifer, bp. of Calaris, 649.

Lucilla, 595.

Lucius, bp. of Ausafa, 508.

bp. of Castra Galbae, 486.

bp. of Membresa, 506.

bp. of Thebaste, 496.

 

Macarians, 555, 556, 558.

Macarius, 536, 555, 556, 558, 578, 580, 582, 583, 608.

Maccabees, 533, 534, 577, 580.

Macedonius, 650.

Macomades, 492.

Mactaris (Macthari), 499.

Magnus, 482, 510.

Manichæans, 528, 601, 604, 608.

Manichæus, 528, 539.

Maranus, 484.

Marazana, 503.

Marcelliana (Gyrnmarcelli), 507.

Marcellinus, 578.

Marcellus, bp. of Zama, 504, 505.

Marcianus, bp. of Arles, 487.

Marcion, 442, 504.

Marcionist, 504.

Marculus, 536, 541, 576.

Marcus, bp. of Mactaris, 499, 500.

Martyrdom, 458, 460, 543. (See under Baptism and Donatists.)

Mascezel, 433.

Mascula, 509.

Massylii, 487.

Matthias, 533, 539.

Mauritania Cæsariensis, 426, 472, 484, 488, 497, 501, 503, 506, 507, 572, 573.

Maximian, emperor, 578, 581.

Maximianists, 412, 415, 430, 432, 433, 437, 465, 513, 523, 524, 525, 526, 528, 529, 532, 538, 540, 542, 557, 558, 563, 564, 573, 613, 615, 639, 650.

Maximianus, 412, 415, 430, 432, 433, 523, 525, 532, 538, 557, 558, 563, 564, 573, 613, 615, 639, 650.

Catholic bp. of Bagai, 643.

Maximus, 473, 474.

emperor, 608.

Megalius, bp. of Calama, 604.

Membresa, 506.

Meninx, 487.

Mensurius, 578, 608.

Mesopotamia, 447.

Messianus, 608.

Midila (Midili), 502.

Migirpa (Misgirpa), 483.

Milan, 432 608.

Mileum (Milevis, Mileve), 488.

Miracles, 443, 562.

Monasticism, 616.

Monnulus, bp. of Girba, 487.

Montenses, 595.

Mopsuesta, 634.

Moses, 421, 552, 590.

Moses’s son, 461.

Musti, 433, 466, 523, 524, 525.

Muzuli (Muzuca), 497.

 

Naboth, 647.

Natalis, bp. of Oëa, 510.

Natalitia, 543.

Nathanael, 444.

Nazarenes, 499.

Neapolis, 510.

Neapolitanus, sinus, 484.

Nebuchadnezzar, 583, 584, 636, 640.

Nemesianus, bp. of Tubunæ, 484, 485.

Nero, emperor, 578, 581.

Nicodemus, 434.

Nicolaus, 453.

Nicomedes, bp. of Segermi, 487.

Noah, 422, 477, 593.

Nova, 506.

Novatian, 440, 487.

Novatus, bp. of Thamugadis, 484.

Numidia, 426, 431, 433, 484, 486, 487, 488, 489, 492, 494, 496, 502, 504, 505, 507, 508, 509, 510, 524.

 

Obba (see Bobba).

Octavos, 509.

Optatus, a bishop of Augustin’s day, 635.

bp. of Milevis, 433, 578.

bp. of Thamugadis (Gildonianus), 433, 523, 524, 525, 528, 531, 543, 544, 545, 546, 550, 551, 554, 555, 557, 567, 573, 583, 589, 591, 616.

 

Paraclete (Petilian), 519.

Paradise, 447, 490, 496, 501, 502, 536.

Parmenian, 411.

Passover, 553.

Paul, 418, 425, 426, 439, 441, 445, 450, 451, 452, 454, 455, 458, 459, 467, 469, 480, 483, 484, 497, 499, 503, 504, 505, 511, 521, 529, 530, 541, 547, 552, 554, 562, 563, 569, 581, 593, 598, 604, 609, 617, 619, 622, 623, 624, 625, 626, 641, 642, 644.

Paul, bp. of Bobba, 503.

Peace as note of the church, 426, 444, 491, 538, 638.

Pelagianus, bp. of Luperciana, 502.

Persecution, suffering of, as note of the church:

what constitutes, 540.

done by the chaff in the church, 541.

God opposed to, 571, 575.

kings as inflicting, 577.

a putting confidence is man, 586.

church should suffer not inflict, 636.

apostles did not inflict, 640.

opposed to liberty of belief, 641.

(See under Catholic Church, Correction, Donatist.)

Persians, 582.

Peter, 425, 426, 427, 434, 439, 443, 447, 450, 454, 460, 480, 499, 505, 540, 556, 576, 587, 613, 641, 649.

Peter, bp. of Diarrhytus, 508.

Petilian, bp. of Cirta, 519, 520, 530, 539, 545, 556, 593, 595, 596, 604, 614, 621.

Pharaoh, 579.

Pharisees, 454, 561, 563, 568.

Philip, 434, 532, 559, 612.

Philus, L. Furius, 606.

Photinus, 457, 650.

Pilate, 547, 578.

Pilus, 606.

Plato, 498.

Polianus, bp. of Mileum, 488.

Polycarp, bp. of Adrumetum, 484.

Pompeius, 463, 474. 475, 482, 504.

Pomponius, bp. of Dionysiana, 503.

Pontius, 580, 586, 587.

Possidius, 596, 604.

Praetextatus, bp. of Musti, 412, 433, 466, 523, 525, 615.

Priesthood:

righteousness as well as office necessary, 547.

Donatist, 593.

Primacy:

apostolic superior to episcopal, 426.

in Peter, 426, 480, 499, 561.

Primian, 412, 416, 433, 466, 523, 524, 525, 541, 613.

Privatianus, bp. of Sufetula, 491, 492.

Protagoras, 606.

Pudentianus, bp. of Cuiculi, 508.

Punic, 502.

Pusillus, bp. of Lamasba, 508.

 

Quidias (Quiza), 488.

Quietus, bp. of Burug, 494.

Quintus, 425, 463, 472, 474, 482.

bp. of Aggya, 507.

Quodvultdeus, 611.

 

Rachel, 422.

Rebaptism:

impious to rebaptize those in unity, 412, 464.

catholics oppose in every case, 412, 413, 419.

esblishediAfrica by councils and by influence of Agrippinus and Cyprian, 423, 425, 426, 429, 431, 440, 450, 466, 479, 483 sqq.

plenary council (Nice) opposes, 427, 430, 431, 449, 465, 479, 480, 483, 497, 505, 507.

Maximianists received without, 430, 433, 526, 613, 615.

Cyprian’s mistake (see Cyprian), 430, 431.

opposed by custom and tradition, 431, 436, 438 sqq., 449, 450, 465, 472, 475, 479, 483, 495, 500, 506.

fate of those who returned to the church but were not rebaptized, 438, 464.

catholics, falling into heresy, and returning, were not rebaptized, 440, 487, 507.

Novatian rebaptized Catholics, 440.

relation to imposition of hands, 444.

as to the bad within and the bad without, 449, 450, 473, 488, 489; 493, 494, 502–510, 513.

disliked, by schismatics themselves, 465.

natural shrinking from, 465.

to be denied even to those deserving it, 465.

argument for, from rebaptism of John’s disciples, 468, 470.

opposed by Stephen, 476.

only for heretics outside who return, 487.

relation to purism, 489, 502.

necessary, because heretics do not possess and cannot give the Holy Ghost, 489.

based on commixture, 492.

question between truth and custom, 495, 496, 509.

based on character of ministrant, 494, 531.

on the ground of the one water, 496, 497.

on bases of unity of God and the Church, 497, 502, 503, 507, 508.

necessary, because heretics are worse than heathen, 497, 498.

relation to forgiveness, 501.

relation to non-fellowship, 502, 504, 509, 510.

necessary, that heretics may not do unlawful things, 504.

relation to doctrine, 504, 507.

rite and grace to be distinguished 508.

necessary, that heretics may not condemn the church at the judgment, 509.

the way to true communion, 510.

relation to origin, root and head, 521, 531.

is sin against baptism as Christ’s, 546, 595.

Circumcelliones are not subjected to, 568.

Rebecca, 422.

Remission of sins, (see under Baptism, and Rebaptism).

Resurrection, 619.

Rogatianus, 586, 587.

bp. of Nova, 506.

Rogatus, bp. of Cartenna, 572.

Romanus, 608.

Rome, 595, 635.

Rucuma, 502.

Rusiccade (Rusicadia), 507, 626.

 

Sabrati, 510.

Sacraments:

not man’s but Christ’s, 439, 454.

fruit of, not outside of the Church, 443, 615, 616.

not polluted, 455.

celebrant does not affect recipient of, 455.

as rite and as grace, 479.

of Old and New Testament, 552, 553.

Salvianus, bp. of Gazaufala, 509.

Sarah, 422, 636, 637.

Satambei (see Thambei).

Satan, 534, 535, 536, 538.

Satius (Sattius) bp, of Sicilibba, 501.

Saturn, 532.

Saturninus, 473, 474.

bp. of Abitini, 507.

bp. of Tucca, 504.

bp. of Victoriana, 504.

Saul (see Paul).

Schism:

Scripture warnings against, 418.

Scripture persons illustrating, 418.

is hatred of the brethren, 419.

the evil in the Church, belongs to, 422.

the mother of the bad, 422.

severe punishment of, 417, 429, 444.

compared to adultery, 445, 446.

no salvation for, 465, 545.

sacrilege, 505.

warnings against, 599.

Scripture, misquoted by Donatists, 564, 565.

Secundianus, bp. of Thambei, 509.

Secundinus, bp. of Carpis, 493.

bp. of Cedias, 488.

Sedatus, bp. of Turburbo, 490.

Segermi, 487.

Separation (see Schism).

Seranus, 573.

Severus, emperor, 578.

Sicca, 438, 495.

Siciliba, 501.

Silvanus, 527, 578, 626, 627.

Simeon, 568.

Simon Magus, baptism of, 417, 418, 419, 422, 443, 453, 460, 485, 527, 532, 541, 558, 590, 612, 616.

Sirmium, 457.

Sitifa, 635.

Sodom, 415.

Sodomities, 498.

Solomon, 484, 494.

Spain, 595.

Splendonius, 615.

Stephen, bp. of Rome, 411, 474, 475, 476, 487, 504.

Successus, bp. of Abbir Germaniciana, 489, 490.

Sufes, 491, 492.

Sufetula, 491.

Susannah, 543.

Synod, African, 563.

Cabarsussum, 433.

Syrtis, Lesser, 487.

 

Taurinus, 608.

Telepte (Thelepte), 505.

Tenax, bp. of Horrea Celiæ, 507.

Terrence, 606, 641.

Tertullus, 604.

Thabaca, 494.

Thamogade (Thamugadis), 433, 484.

Thambei (Thambi, Satambei), 509.

Thapsus, 507.

Tharassa, 439, 505.

Thasbalte (Thasvalthe), 497.

Thebaste (Thebeste), 496.

Theni, 495.

Theogenes, bp, of Hippo Regius, 488.

Therapius, bp. of Bulla, 506.

The Three Children, 584, 585, 636.

Theodorus of Mopsuesta, 634.

Theodosius, 433. 642.

Thibari (Tabora), 497.

Thubursicubur, 613.

Thuccabori (Tucca Terebrinthina), 489.

Tichonius (Tychonius), 411.

Timida Regia, 505.

Timothy, 569, 593.

Tingitana, 503.

Tinisa (Thinisa), 503.

Toleration, as a note of the Church, 426, 428, 432, 437, 471, 482, 489, 502, 503, 504, 505, 507, 510, 513, 525, 569, 598.

Tradition, value of apostolic, 430.

Traditor (see under Catholic and Donatists), 500, 501, 506, 599.

Trajan, emperor, 484, 578, 581.

Trinity (see formula of, under Baptism), 495, 550.

Tripolis, 487, 497, 510.

Tubunæ, 484, 485.

Tucca (Thucca), 439, 502, 509.

 

Ululi (Ullita, Vallita), 515.

Unity as a note of the Church:

doctrine of, 416, 528, 627, 646.

exemplified by Cyprian, 423, 424, 426, 428, 434, 436, 474, 480, 506.

exemplified by Peter, 426.

the one Dove, 443.

exemplified by Stephen, bp. of Rome, 475.

not to be broken, 552.

would embrace the Donatists, 566.

no righteousness outside of, 648.

Universality as a note of the Church, 414, 506, 524, 527, 533, 534, 537, 538, 547, 548, 554, 555, 556, 557, 568, 574, 575, 583, 598, 599, 600, 622, 627, 628, 634, 635.

Ursacius, 578, 582, 583.

Urthina, 494.

 

Vaga, 439, 495.

Valens, emperor, 581.

Valentinus, 442, 504.

Valerian, emperor, 578, 581.

Vallita (see Ululi).

Varius (Heliogabalus), 578.

Venantius, bp. of Tinisa, 503.

Verulus, bp. of Rusiccade, 507.

Veterans, German, 502.

Victor, bp. of Assuras, 507.

bp. of Gor, 501.

bp. of Octavus, 509.

Victoriana, 504.

Victoricus, bp. of Thabraca, 494.

Vicus Cæsaris, 493.

Vincentius, bp. of Cartenna, 572.

bp. of Thibari, 497.

Vulla (see Bulla).

 

Worship, is as character of worshipper, 561.

 

Zacharias, 498, 536.

Zenophilus, 578, 627.

Zeugitana, 426, 483, 489, 490, 493, 494, 495, 502, 505, 506, 507, 508, 524.

Zosimus, bp. of Tharassa, 439, 505.


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