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Ante-Nicene Fathers, Vol I:
JUSTIN MARTYR: Hortatory Address to the Greeks

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Justin’s Hortatory Address to the Greeks

[Translated by the Rev. M. Dods, M.A.]

 

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.


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