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INDEX

A

Alexander, 263
Anthropology, Influence of Stoicism upon Tertullianís, 67
Anti-Christ, 209
Apelles, 263
Apocrypha, 18
Apollinarius, 115
Apologeticus, 256
Apologist, Tertullian as, 266 ff.
Apologists, Influence of their Teaching upon Tertullian, 113
Apologists, Their teaching. See c. III. generally.
Apollonius, 115
Apostolicity of Churches, 185
Arians, 168
Aristotle, 71, 260
Asceticism, Tertullianís, 231
Asclepiades, 260
Asia Minor, Theology of, 115 ff.
Athenagoras, Attitude towards Philosophy, 51
Athenagoras, Theology of, 51 ff.
Athenagoras, Indications of Tertullianís knowledge of, 50
Athenagoras, Logos doctrine of, 52
Athenagoras, On Freedom of the Will, 248
Athenagoras, On the Holy Spirit, 52
Athenagoras, On the Resurrection, 52
Atonement, Justin Martyrís teaching, 48
Atonement, Tertullianís view of, 178
Augusti, The Three, 92
Augustine, 149, 165, 241, 248
Augustine, On the Trinity, 244

B

 

Baptism, Delay in administration of, 197
Baptism, Names applied to, 194
Baptism, Objections to, 194 f.
Baptism, of John, 194
Baptism, of the flesh, 192
Baptism, Second, 195
Baptism, Simplicity of, 191
Baptism, Times for, 198
Baptism, Tertullianís treatise on, 253
Baptismal Confession, 13
Benedicti, 82, 85, 86
Bethune-Baker, 12, 117, 133
Bishop, his responsibility, 187
Bishop, his right to administer baptism, 187
Bishop, How chosen, 187
Bishop, of Bishops, 188
Body, its relation to the soul, 152 ff.
Body, its restoration after death, 211
Bonwetsch, 11, 80, 81n., 273
Bull, Bishop, 12, 133, 139, 168
Bulla Felix, 90

C

Callistus, 33, 97, 264
Cappadocians, 138, 241
Carne Christi, De, 263
Carthage, 261
Chalcedon, Creed of, 245
Character of Tertullian, 220
Chastity, 43, 232
Chastity, Treatise on, 264
Christ, Death of, 175
Christ, Doctrine of the Person of, 166ff., 244ff.
Christ, Exaltation of, 177
Christ, The flesh of, 263
Christ, The humanity of, 47, 52, 54, 171 ff.
Christ, The Incarnation of, 171 ff.
Christ, The purpose of the life and death of, 178
Christ, The resurrection of, 177 ff.
Christ, The sinlessness of, 175 f.
Christ, The sufferings of, 48
Christ, Two natures of, 31
Christians, Tertullianís defence of, 266 ff.
Christology, 166 ff.
Chronological Table of Tertullianís writings, 79
Chrysippus, 57, 68
Church, The repository of true doctrine, 184
Church, From the standpoint of discipline, 187
Cleanthes, 57, 65, 68, 100
Clement of Alexandria, 61, 85, 88, 126, 255, 261
Clement of Rome, 185
Commodus, 34, 50
Confession, 198, 226††† |p275
Confessors, 33
Contradictions in Tertullianís writings, 9, 64, 236
Conversion, Tertullianís, 36
Corporeity of all things, 67 f.
Corporeity of God, 73, 127
Corporeity of the Logos, 74
Corporeity of the soul, 68, 154, 249
Creation, Argument from, 74
Creation, Doctrine of, 140 ff.
Creationism, 249
Cultus et ornatum, 85 ff.
Custom in relation to authority, 221
Cyprian, 234, 241

D

Day of the Lord, 208 ff.
Deacons, 197 ff.
Death, A violation of Nature, 203
Death, Its universality, 203
Death of Christ, 175 ff.
Death, Paulís teaching on, 214
Death, The separation of soul and body, 204
Demons, 144
Development in Tertullianís Theology, 79 ff.
Devil, His origin and existence, 146
Devil, Redemption from, 179
Devil, The author of evil, 228
Diogenes, 64
Dion Cassius, 81n., 82n., 89n., 90n., 94
Discipline, 189 f.
Dispensation (dispositio), 168
Divorce, 43
Dreams, 70
Dress, Treatises on Female, 255

E

Ebert, 55
Eclipse of Sun, 93
Empedocles, 73
Enoch, Book of, 85, 255
Epicureans, 63, 70
Epicurus, 72
Eschatology of Athenagoras, 52
Eschatology of Justin Martyr, 50
Eschatology of Tertullian, see c. xi.
Eschatology, Influence on ethical teaching, 219
Esser, 3
Eternity of God, 141
Eternity of matter, 140 ff.
Ethics, Influence of Stoicism upon Tertullianís, 75
Ethics, Sources of Tertullianís, 219
Eucharist, 49, 198
Eusebius, 258n.
Evil, Existence of, 143
Evil, Author of, 162
Exaltation of Christ, 177

F

Fabius, 261
Faith, 224
Fall, The, 162 ff.
Fasting, 43, 264
Fate, 48
Fatherhood of God, 225
Flatus Dei, 69
Flesh of Christ, 171 ff.
Flesh of man, 149 ff.
Freedom of the will, 162
Freppel, 241
Fuller, 10
Fuscianus, 33

G

Gibbon, 252n.
Glover, T. R., 233n., 247n.
Gnosticism, 14 ff., if., 66, 240
Gnosticism, Tertullianís antagonism to, 259
God as Judge, 28 ff., 225
God capable of change, 171
God, Doctrine of Irenaeus, 59
God, Goodness of, 127 ff., 143 ff., 229
God, Justice of, 129 ff., 229
God, Moral attributes of, 127 ff.
God, Comprehensibility of, 125
God, The existence of, 120 ff.
God, The Great Supreme, 123 f.
God, The Love of, 76, 130, 239
God, The Source of moral law, 224
God, The Unity of, 123
God, Visible and Invisible, 126
Gospel as presented by Tertullian, The, 239
Grace, 165, 225
Grotemeyer, 272
Gwatkin, 239

H

 

Harnack, 9, 11, 12, 21, 24, 45, 46, 50n., 55, 80, 81n., 115, 117, 138, 149, 236n., 260n.
Hauck, 272
Hefele, 246n.
Heretics, 17, 172, 196, 257
Hermas, 255, 265
Hermogenes, 89, 125, 140, 257
Herophilus. 260
Hesselberg, 32, 272†† |p276
Hippocrates, 260
Homerocentones, 27, 59
Human soul, Christís assumption of, 174

I

Idolatry, The source of all vices, 231
Idolatry, Treatise on, 255
Ignatius, 115 f.
Immortality of the soul, 211
Incarnation, The, 60 171
Incarnation, Mode of the, 171 ff.
Irenaeus, his doctrine of God, 59
Irenaeus, his doctrine of the Incarnation, 60
Irenaeus, his doctrine of the Logos, 60
Irenaeus, his eschatology, 61
Irenaeus, Indications of Tertullianís dependence upon, 58; also 14, 16, 20, 27, 58ff., 115, 172, 236, 259
Isidore of Seville, 234

J

Jason and Papiscus, 254
Jerome, 24, 43, 55, 234
Jews, Treatise against the, 253
Judgement, 216f.
Justin Martyr, Attitude towards philosophy, 46
Justin Martyr, Description of baptism, 49
Justin Martyr, Description of Christian assemblies, 49
Justin Martyr, Description of the eucharist, 49
Justin Martyr, Teaching on the humanity of Christ, 47
Justin Martyr, Teaching on the Holy Spirit, 47
Justin Martyr, Teaching on the Logos, 40; also 36, 39, 87, 268, 271

K

Kaye, Bishop, 9, 10, 79, 133

L

Lactantius, 234
Lectors, 190
Legal Studies of Tertullian, 28 ff.
Legal cast of Tertullianís teaching, 225, 238
Limitations of Tertullianís endeavours, 237 ff.
Literary activity, Tertullianís, 253 ff.
Logos Doctrine of Athenagoras, 52
Logos Doctrine of Irenaeus, 60
Logos Doctrine of Justin Martyr, 46 f.
Logos Doctrine of Minucius Felix, 57
Logos Doctrine of Philo, 74
Logos Doctrine of Tatian, 54
Logos Doctrine of Tertullian, 167 ff., 245 f.
Loofs, 12, 115
Lord, Significance of the name, 142
Lower World, 205 ff.
Ludwig, 149, 150, 273

M

Malum culpae, malum poenae, 130
Man, Origin of, 149 ff.
Man, Teaching of Irenaeus, 61
Man, Teaching of Tatian, 55
Man, The nature of, 130 ff.
Mantle, Treatise on the, 260
Marcia, 34
Marcion, 20ff., 39, 76ff., 91, 92, 93, 95, 96, 172
Marcion, Treatise against, I. and II., 259, II. and III., 260, IV., 262, V., 263
Marcus Aurelius, 33, 50
Marriage of Tertullian, 37
Marriage, Tertullianís views on, 40, 43, 232, 259
Martyrdom, 41, 82, 84, 86, 196, 220, 226
Martyrs, 30, 207
Martyrs, Letter to, 256
Massebieu, 55
Matter, Creation of, 54, 141
Medical studies of Tertullian, 28, 204
Melito of Sardis, 115
Merit, Doctrine of, 208
Merit of Tertullianís exposition of Christian doctrine, 240
Metensomatosis, 159
Military metaphors in Tertullianís writings, 25
Mititis, De Corona, 260
Millennium, 217
Miltiades, 20, 39, 115, 259
Ministry, 184 ff.
Minucius Felix compared with Tertullian, 55 ff.
Minucius Felix, His attitude towards philosophy, 56
Minucius Felix, His priority to Tertullian, 56
Minucius Felix, The Octavius of, 56 †††|p277
Minucius Felix, Theology of, 57
Mithraism, 36 ff.
Modesty, The virtue of, 230
Modesty, Treatise on, 264
Monarchianism, 22, 132
Monceaux, 55, 231, 235
Monogamy, Treatise on, 264
Montanism, 21 ff., 39 ff., 65, 112, 263 ff.
Montanist prophetesses, 253
Mosheim, 10, 81n., 252n.
Motive, 163

N

Nationes, Ad, 256
Nature in ethical teaching, 220
Neander, 10, 21, 79
Neo-Platonists, 126
New Prophecy, 29, 61, 114, 225
Nicaea, Council of, 139, 168
Noeldechen,E., 32n., 55,80, 81n, 272

O

Obedience, 225
Octavius of Minucius Felix, 254
Oikonomia, The divine, 16, 17, 42, 115ff., 134
Oikonomia, or ĎReserve,í 19
Onocoetes, 82, 87
Origen, 19, 43, 234, 236
Original sin, 162

P

Paganism in Tertullianís time, 26, 34
Pallio, De, 260
Paraclete, 16, 23, 42 f., 110 ff., 118, 262 ff.
Parthian War, 81, 87n.
Patience, 229
Patience, Treatise on, 258
Paulís teaching defended against Marcion, 263
Paulís teaching on death, 214
Paulís teaching on marriage, 263
Perception, Tertullianís theory of, 70
Persecution, 41, 82, 84, 93 ff., 266 ff.
Persecution, The author of, 146
Persecution, A sign of the end, 209
Persona, 30 ff.
Pertinax, 34
Perpetua and Felicitas, 258
Philo, 74
Philosophy, Attitude of Athenagoras, 51
Philosophy, Attitude of Justin Martyr, 46
Philosophy, Attitude of Minucius Felix, 56
Philosophy, Attitude of Tatian, 53
Philosophy, Attitude of Tertullian, 63ff.
Philosophy, Tertullianís study of, 28
Philosophy, Tertullianís use of, 65
Phoenix, a proof of the resurrection, 213
Plato, 63 ff., 121, 155-157, 260
Plautian, 89, 90, 258
Plinius, 260
Polycarp, 185
Pontifex Maximus, 185, 188
Prayer, Treatise on, 255
Praxeas, Treatise against, 264
Pre-existence of the soul, 72, 157
Presbyters, 184 ff.
Prescription of Heretics, Treatise on, 257
Priests, 188 ff.
Pressense, 232n.
Proculus, 20, 39, 115, 259
Prolations of the Gnostics, 111, 137
Prophecy, 46, 116
Providence, Argument from, 121
Providence, Doctrine of, 140 ff.
Providence, Purpose of, 146
Psychics, 41, 264
Psychics, Treatise against, 264
Ptolemy, 259
Purgatory, 207
Pythagoras, 73, 159

Q

Quintila, 191

R

Ransom, 180
Ratio, 90, 166 ff.
Rational element in Christ, 156
Rational element in God, 156
Rational element in man, 71 ff., 156 ff.
Rauch, 272
Readers in the Church, 190
Reason, The divine, 74, 75, 166
Reason, Faith and, 75 ff.
Reason in ethical teaching, 221
Recapitulation, Doctrine of, 117, 263
Redemption, 178
Repentance, 180 ff., 226
Repentance, Treatise on, 258
Resurrection, 49, 52, 61††† |p278
Resurrection of Christ, 177, 183, 203 ff.
Resurrection, Treatise on, 263
Revelation, 65, 169
Rhetoric, 27
Rhodon, 115
Roman Tradition, Influence of, 113 ff.
Roman Church, 186
Rome, Visits of Tertullian to, 32 ff.
Rule of Faith, 13 ff., 42, 64 ff., 75 ff., 123 ff., 237-239
Rule of Faith, relation to ethical teaching, 219 ff.
Rule of Truth, 14

S

Sabbath, 87, 92, 263
Sacraments, 49
Sacrament of baptism, 191 ff.
Sacrament of the Lordís Supper, 198 ff.
Salvation, 61, 165
Saturnalia, 81, 94
Scapula, 93, 261, 268
Scapula, Letter to, 261
Schaff, 236n.
School days of Tertullian, 26 f.
Scorpiace, 262
Scripture, Argument from, 121 ff., 269
Scripture, A source of ethical teaching, 220, 222
Scripture, Canon of, 17, 18
Scullard, 231
Seneca, 72
Sermo, 74, 130 ff.
Sermon on the Mount, 220
Severus, 81, 92, 93, 255, 256
Shepherd of Hermas, 255, 265
Sin, 149 ff.
Sinlessness of Christ, 175
Sleep, 70, 207 ff.
Social standing of Tertullian, 38
Socrates, 64, 65, 122
Son, The substance of the, 166
Son, The, co-eternal with the Father, 167
Sophia, 74, 130 ff., 166 ff.
Soranus, 260
Soul and body, 152, 205 ff.
Soul by nature Christian, 121 ff.
Soul, Corporeity of the, 249
Soul, Immortality of the, 73
Soul, Nature of the, †153
Soul, Origin of the, 157
Soul, Pre-existence of the, 72
Soul, Rational and irrational elements of the, 71, 157
Soul, Relation to the mind, 156
Soul, Simple nature of the, 71, 156
Soul, State after death, 216
Soul, Testimony of the, 256
Soul, Transmigration of the, 157
Soul, Treatise on the, 260
Soul, Treatise on the witness of the, 256
Spectacles, Treatise on the, 254
Speculation, 64, 221 225
Speusippus, 64
Spirit, The Holy, in Justin Martyrís teaching, 47
Spirit, The Holy, in Irenaeusí teaching, 60
Spirit, The Holy, in Tertullianís teaching, 118, 130 ff.
Spiritales, 42
Status, 30
Stoicism and sleep, 207
Stoicism, Influence on ethical teaching, 220, 260
Stoicism teaches the corporeity of all things, 127ff.
Stoicism, Tertullianís dependence upon, 63 ff.
Stoicism, The source of Marcionís teaching, 63
Substantia, The divine, 30 ff.
Supper, The Lordís, 49, 50, 198 ff.
Synods, 190

T

 

Tacitus, 82
Tatian, his anthropology, 55, 248
Tatian, his attitude towards philosophy, 53
Tatian, his Logos doctrine, 54
Tatian, Tertullianís knowledge of, 53
Theophilus of Antioch, 23
Tradition, 16, 221
Traducianism, Tertullianís, 160 ff., 248 ff.
Trinity, 22, 30, 130 ff., 241 ff
Transmission of characteristics, 161
Trypho, Dialogue with, 254

U

Uhlhorn, 80, 272
Unity of race, 164
Universality of Christian religion, 254

V

Valentinianism, 14, 20, 39, 90, 106, 151
Valentinians, Treatise against the, 259††† |p279
Variety of Characteristics in human race, 164
Varro, 81 256
Veneration of Nature, Tertullianís, 173
Vesuvius, 89
Vices, 229
Vincent of Lerinum, 234
Virgiliocentones, 27
Virgins, 190, 263
Virtues, Christian, 229 f.

W

Widows, 190
Wife, Tertullianís letters to his, 259
Will, Freedom of the, 48, 61, 162
Will of God, 128, 129, 224
World, The Lower, 203 ff.

Z

Zahn, 50n.
Zeno, 57, 68, 100, 159

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