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Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol I:
JUSTIN MARTYR: JUSTIN MARTYR

Early Church Fathers  Index     

Justin Martyr

Introductory Note to the Writings of...
The First Apology
Chapter I.—Address.
Chapter II.—Justice demanded.
Chapter III.—Claim of judicial...
Chapter IV.—Christians unjustly...
Chapter V.—Christians charged with...
Chapter VI.—Charge of atheism...
Chapter VII.—Each Christian must be...
Chapter VIII.—Christians confess...
Chapter IX.—Folly of idol worship.
Chapter X.—How God is to be served.
Chapter XI.—What kingdom Christians...
Chapter XII.—Christians live as...
Chapter XIII.—Christians serve God...
Chapter XIV.—The demons misrepresent...
Chapter XV.—What Christ himself...
Chapter XVI.—Concerning patience and...
Chapter XVII.—Christ taught civil...
Chapter XVIII.—Proof of immortality...
Chapter XIX.—The resurrection...
Chapter XX.—Heathen analogies to...
Chapter XXI.—Analogies to the...
Chapter XXII.—Analogies to the...
Chapter XXIII.—The argument.
Chapter XXIV.—Varieties of heathen...
Chapter XXV.—False Gods abandoned by...
Chapter XXVI.—Magicians not trusted...
Chapter XXVII.—Guilt of exposing...
Chapter XXVIII.—God’s care for...
Chapter XXIX.—Continence of...
Chapter XXX.—Was Christ not a...
Chapter XXXI.—Of the Hebrew...
Chapter XXXII.—Christ predicted by...
Chapter XXXIII.—Manner of Christ’s...
Chapter XXXIV.—Place of Christ’s...
Chapter XXXV.—Other fulfilled...
Chapter XXXVI.—Different modes of...
Chapter XXXVII.—Utterances of the...
Chapter XXXVIII.—Utterances of the...
Chapter XXXIX.—Direct predictions by...
Chapter XL.—Christ’s advent...
Chapter XLI.—The crucifixion...
Chapter XLII.—Prophecy using the...
Chapter XLIII.—Responsibility...
Chapter XLIV.—Not nullified by...
Chapter XLV.—Christ’s session in...
Chapter XLVI.—The Word in the world...
Chapter XLVII.—Desolation of Judæa...
Chapter XLVIII.—Christ’s work and...
Chapter XLIX.—His rejection by the...
Chapter L.—His humiliation...
Chapter LI.—The majesty of Christ.
Chapter LII.—Certain fulfilment of...
Chapter LIII.—Summary of the...
Chapter LIV.—Origin of heathen...
Chapter LV.—Symbols of the cross.
Chapter LVI.—The demons still...
Chapter LVII.—And cause persecution.
Chapter LVIII.—And raise up...
Chapter LIX.—Plato’s obligation to...
Chapter LX.—Plato’s doctrine of...
Chapter LXI.—Christian baptism.
Chapter LXII.—Its imitation by...
Chapter LXIII.—How God appeared to...
Chapter LXIV.—Further...
Chapter LXV.—Administration of the...
Chapter LXVI.—Of the Eucharist.
Chapter LXVII.—Weekly worship of the...
Chapter LXVIII.—Conclusion.
Epistle of Adrian in behalf of the...
Epistle of Antoninus to the common...
Epistle of Marcus Aurelius to the...
The Second Apology
Chapter I.—Introduction.
Chapter II.—Urbicus condemns the...
Chapter III.—Justin accuses Crescens...
Chapter IV.—Why the Christians do...
Chapter V.—How the angels...
Chapter VI.—Names of God and of...
Chapter VII.—The world preserved for...
Chapter VIII.—All have been hated in...
Chapter IX.—Eternal punishment not a...
Chapter X.—Christ compared with...
Chapter XI.—How Christians view...
Chapter XII.—Christians proved...
Chapter XIII.—How the Word has been...
Chapter XIV.—Justin prays that this...
Chapter XV.—Conclusion.
Dialogue with Trypho
Chapter I.—Introduction.
Chapter II.—Justin describes his...
Chapter III.—Justin narrates the...
Chapter IV.—The soul of itself...
Chapter V.—The soul is not in its...
Chapter VI.—These things were...
Chapter VII.—The knowledge of truth...
Chapter VIII.—Justin by his colloquy...
Chapter IX.—The Christians have not...
Chapter X.—Trypho blames the...
Chapter XI.—The law abrogated; the...
Chapter XII.—The Jews violate the...
Chapter XIII.—Isaiah teaches that...
Chapter XIV.—Righteousness is not...
Chapter XV.—In what the true fasting...
Chapter XVI.—Circumcision given as a...
Chapter XVII.—The Jews sent persons...
Chapter XVIII.—Christians would...
Chapter XIX.—Circumcision unknown...
Chapter XX.—Why choice of meats was...
Chapter XXI.—Sabbaths were...
Chapter XXII.—So also were...
Chapter XXIII.—The opinion of the...
Chapter XXIV.—The Christians’...
Chapter XXV.—The Jews boast in vain...
Chapter XXVI.—No salvation to the...
Chapter XXVII.—Why God taught the...
Chapter XXVIII.—True righteousness...
Chapter XXIX.—Christ is useless to...
Chapter XXX.—Christians possess the...
Chapter XXXI.—If Christ’s power be...
Chapter XXXII.—Trypho objecting that...
Chapter XXXIII.—Ps. cx. is not...
Chapter XXXIV.—Nor does Ps. lxxii....
Chapter XXXV.—Heretics confirm the...
Chapter XXXVI.—He proves that Christ...
Chapter XXXVII.—The same is proved...
Chapter XXXVIII.—It is an annoyance...
Chapter XXXIX.—The Jews hate the...
Chapter XL.—He returns to the Mosaic...
Chapter XLI.—The oblation of fine...
Chapter XLII.—The bells on the...
Chapter XLIII.—He concludes that the...
Chapter XLIV.—The Jews in vain...
Chapter XLV.—Those who were...
Chapter XLVI.—Trypho asks whether a...
Chapter XLVII.—Justin communicates...
Chapter XLVIII.—Before the divinity...
Chapter XLIX.—To those who object...
Chapter L.—It is proved from Isaiah...
Chapter LI.—It is proved that this...
Chapter LII.—Jacob predicted two...
Chapter LIII.—Jacob predicted that...
Chapter LIV.—What the blood of the...
Chapter LV.—Trypho asks that Christ...
Chapter LVI.—God who appeared to...
Chapter LVII.—The Jew objects, why...
Chapter LVIII.—The same is proved...
Chapter LIX.—God distinct from the...
Chapter LX.—Opinions of the Jews...
Chapter LXI—Wisdom is begotten of...
Chapter LXII.—The words “Let Us...
Chapter LXIII.—It is proved that...
Chapter LXIV.—Justin adduces other...
Chapter LXV.—The Jew objects that...
Chapter LXVI.—He proves from Isaiah...
Chapter LXVII.—Trypho compares Jesus...
Chapter LXVIII.—He complains of the...
Chapter LXIX.—The devil, since he...
Chapter LXX.—So also the mysteries...
Chapter LXXI.—The Jews reject the...
Chapter LXXII.—Passages have been...
Chapter LXXIII.—[The words] “From...
Chapter LXXIV.—The beginning of Ps....
Chapter LXXV.—It is proved that...
Chapter LXXVI.—From other passages...
Chapter LXXVII.—He returns to...
Chapter LXXVIII.—He proves that this...
Chapter LXXIX.—He proves against...
Chapter LXXX.—The opinion of Justin...
Chapter LXXXI.—He endeavours to...
Chapter LXXXII.—The prophetical...
Chapter LXXXIII.—It is proved that...
Chapter LXXXIV.—That prophecy,...
Chapter LXXXV.—He proves that Christ...
Chapter LXXXVI.—There are various...
Chapter LXXXVII.—Trypho maintains in...
Chapter LXXXVIII.—Christ has not...
Chapter LXXXIX.—The cross alone is...
Chapter XC.—The stretched-out hands...
Chapter XCI.—The cross was foretold...
Chapter XCII.—Unless the scriptures...
Chapter XCIII.—The same kind of...
Chapter XCIV.—In what sense he who...
Chapter XCV.—Christ took upon...
Chapter XCVI.—That curse was a...
Chapter XCVII.—Other predictions of...
Chapter XCVIII.—Predictions of...
Chapter XCIX.—In the commencement of...
Chapter C.—In what sense Christ is...
Chapter CI.—Christ refers all things...
Chapter CII.—The prediction of the...
Chapter CIII.—The Pharisees are the...
Chapter CIV.—Circumstances of...
Chapter CV.—The Psalm also predicts...
Chapter CVI.—Christ’s resurrection...
Chapter CVII.—The same is taught...
Chapter CVIII.—The resurrection of...
Chapter CIX.—The conversion of the...
Chapter CX.—A portion of the...
Chapter CXI.—The two advents were...
Chapter CXII.—The Jews expound these...
Chapter CXIII.—Joshua was a figure...
Chapter CXIV.—Some rules for...
Chapter CXV.—Prediction about the...
Chapter CXVI.—It is shown how this...
Chapter CXVII.—Malachi’s prophecy...
Chapter CXVIII.—He exhorts to...
Chapter CXIX.—Christians are the...
Chapter CXX.—Christians were...
Chapter CXXI.—From the fact that the...
Chapter CXXII.—The Jews understand...
Chapter CXXIII.—Ridiculous...
Chapter CXXIV.—Christians are the...
Chapter CXXV.—He explains what force...
Chapter CXXVI.—The various names of...
Chapter CXXVII.—These passages of...
Chapter CXXVIII.—The Word is sent...
Chapter CXXIX.—That is confirmed...
Chapter CXXX.—He returns to the...
Chapter CXXXI.—How much more...
Chapter CXXXII.—How great the power...
Chapter CXXXIII.—The...
Chapter CXXXIV.—The marriages of...
Chapter CXXXV.—Christ is king of...
Chapter CXXXVI.—The Jews, in...
Chapter CXXXVII.—He exhorts the Jews...
Chapter CXXXVIII.—Noah is a figure...
Chapter CXXXIX.—The blessings, and...
Chapter CXL.—In Christ all are free....
Chapter CXLI.—Free-will in men and...
Chapter CXLII.—The Jews return...
The Discourse to the Greeks
Chapter I.—Justin justifies his...
Chapter II.—The Greek theogony...
Chapter III.—Follies of the Greek...
Chapter IV.—Shameless practices of...
Chapter V.—Closing appeal.
Hortatory Address to the Greeks
Chapter I.—Reasons for addressing...
Chapter II—The poets are unfit to be...
Chapter III.—Opinions of the school...
Chapter IV.—Opinions of Pythagoras...
Chapter V.—Opinions of Plato and...
Chapter VI.—Further disagreements...
Chapter VII.—Inconsistencies of...
Chapter VIII.—Antiquity,...
Chapter IX.—The antiquity of Moses...
Chapter X—Training and inspiration...
Chapter XI.—Heathen oracles testify...
Chapter XII.—Antiquity of Moses...
Chapter XIII.—History of the...
Chapter XIV.—A warning appeal to the...
Chapter XV.—Testimony of Orpheus to...
Chapter XVI.—Testimony of the Sibyl.
Chapter XVII.—Testimony of Homer.
Chapter XVIII.—Testimony of...
Chapter XIX.—Testimony of...
Chapter XX.—Testimony of Plato.
Chapter XXI.—The namelessness of...
Chapter XXII.—Studied ambiguity...
Chapter XXIII.—Plato’s...
Chapter XXIV.—Agreement of Plato and...
Chapter XXV.—Plato’s knowledge of...
Chapter XXVI.—Plato indebted to the...
Chapter XXVII.—Plato’s knowledge...
Chapter XXVIII.—Homer’s...
Chapter XXIX.—Origin of Plato’s...
Chapter XXX.—Homer’s knowledge of...
Chapter XXXI.—Further proof of...
Chapter XXXII.—Plato’s doctrine of...
Chapter XXXIII.—Plato’s idea of...
Chapter XXXIV.—Whence men attributed...
Chapter XXXV.—Appeal to the Greeks.
Chapter XXXVI.—True knowledge not...
Chapter XXXVII.—Of the Sibyl.
Chapter XXXVIII.—Concluding appeal.
On the Sole Government of God
Chapter I.—Object of the author.
Chapter II.—Testimonies to the unity...
Chapter III.—Testimonies to a future...
Chapter IV.—God desires not...
Chapter V.—The vain pretensions of...
Chapter VI.—We should acknowledge...
On the Resurrection, Fragments
Chapter I.—The self-evidencing power...
Chapter II.—Objections to the...
Chapter III.—If the members rise,...
Chapter IV.—Must the deformed rise...
Chapter V.—The resurrection of the...
Chapter VI.—The resurrection...
Chapter VII.—The body valuable in...
Chapter VIII.—Does the body cause...
Chapter IX.—The resurrection of...
Chapter X.—The body saved, and will...
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Introductory Note to the Martyrdom of...
The Martyrdom of Justin Martyr
Chapter I.—Examination of Justin by...
Chapter II.—Examination of Justin...
Chapter III.—Examination of Chariton...
Chapter IV.—Rusticus threatens the...
Chapter V.—Sentence pronounced and...


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