Ante-Nicene Fathers/Volume II/TATIAN/Address to the Greeks
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Address to the Greeks
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Address of Tatian to the Greeks.
- Chapter I. The Greeks Claim, Without Reason, the Invention of the Arts.
- Chapter II. The Vices and Errors of the Philosophers.
- Chapter III. Ridicule of the Philosophers.
- Chapter IV. The Christians Worship God Alone.
- Chapter V. The Doctrine of the Christians as to the Creation of the World.
- Chapter VI. Christians' Belief in the Resurrection.
- Chapter VII. Concerning the Fall of Man.
- Chapter VIII. The Demons Sin Among Mankind.
- Chapter IX. They Give Rise to Superstitions.
- Chapter X. Ridicule of the Heathen Divinities.
- Chapter XI. The Sin of Men Due Not to Fate, But to Free-Will.
- Chapter XII. The Two Kinds of Spirits.
- Chapter XIII. Theory of the Soul's Immortality.
- Chapter XIV. The Demons Shall Be Punished More Severely Than Men.
- Chapter XV. Necessity of a Union with the Holy Spirit.
- Chapter XVI. Vain Display of Power by the Demons.
- Chapter XVII. They Falsely Promise Health to Their Votaries.
- Chapter XVIII. They Deceive, Instead of Healing.
- Chapter XIX. Depravity Lies at the Bottom of Demon-Worship.
- Chapter XX. Thanks are Ever Due to God.
- Chapter XXI. Doctrines of the Christians and Greeks Respecting God Compared.
- Chapter XXII. Ridicule of the Solemnities of the Greeks.
- Chapter XXIII. Of the Pugilists and Gladiators.
- Chapter XXIV. Of the Other Public Amusements.
- Chapter XXV. Boastings and Quarrels of the Philosophers.
- Chapter XXVI. Ridicule of the Studies of the Greeks.
- Chapter XXVII. The Christians are Hated Unjustly.
- Chapter XXVIII. Condemnation of the Greek Legislation.
- Chapter XXIX. Account of Tatian's Conversion.
- Chapter XXX. How He Resolved to Resist the Devil.
- Chapter XXXI. The Philosophy of the Christians More Ancient Than that of the Greeks.
- Chapter XXXII. The Doctrine of the Christians, is Opposed to Dissensions, and Fitted for All.
- Chapter XXXIII. Vindication of Christian Women.
- Chapter XXXIV. Ridicule of the Statues Erected by the Greeks.
- Chapter XXXV. Tatian Speaks as an Eye-Witness.
- Chapter XXXVI. Testimony of the Chaldeans to the Antiquity of Moses.
- Chapter XXXVII. Testimony of the Phœnicians.
- Chapter XXXVIII. The Egyptians Place Moses in the Reign of Inachus.
- Chapter XXXIX. Catalogue of the Argive Kings.
- Chapter XL. Moses More Ancient and Credible Than the Heathen Heroes.
- Chapter XLI.
- Chapter XLII. Concluding Statement as to the Author.