12 [Such is the fact, no doubt, as to the ancestors of the Jewish race; the fatherly character of Abraham, the filial character of Isaac, and the missionary offices of Jacob-whose wisdom and organizing faculties are so conspicuous-interpreting, in some degree, "the Holy and Consubstantial Trinity." This seems to be hinted, indeed, in the formula, "I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and the God of Jacob." Isaac's submission to be sacrificed upon Mount Moriah, and Jacob's begetting and sending forth the twelve patriarchs, singularly identify them as types of the Atoning Son and the regenerating Spirit, whose gifts and mission were imparted to the twelve Apostles.]

13 [Abel.]

14 [Note the single procession. The formula of the Hebrews, however, above noted, supplies a type of the Filioque and the ab utroque in the true sense of those terms.]

15 [Recur to chap. v. of The Banquet, p. 333, supra]

16 See vol. i. p. 181, this series.

17 See p. 285, supra, under the Emperors.

1 Lardner's Testimony of Ancient Heathenism, Works, vol. vii. p. 17.

2 Credib., iii. 463.

3 Cat. Script. Eccl., lxxix. f. 121, Bened. ed. tom. iv.

4 Ep. lxxxiii. f. 656.

5 i.e., A.D. 326.

6 Cat. Script. Eccl., lxxx. F. 121, ep. lxxxiii.

7 Cat. Script. Eccl., lxxx.

8 Anno 2333.

9 As "vain." [But see p. 405, supra.]

10 Book i. sec. 39, p. 423, infra

11 i. 13, p. 417.

12 ii. 71, p. 461.

13 iv. 36.

14 Noticed in iii. 7, infra

15 Cf. note on book vii. sec. 36, infra [It is not at all improbable that some sketch of his convictions, written to assure the bishop of his conversion, was the foundation of what afterwards grew into a work.]

16 [Conf. Constantine's "vision."]

17 Ep. lxii. ad Tranquill.

18 Ep. xlix. ad Paulinum.

19 Cf. book vii. cap. 36, note, and Ib. cap. 51, note, with the Appendix.

20 Book iii. cap. 12, note.

21 Cf. book vii., on sacrifices generally. [Proves nothing.]

22 Book i. cap. 46, note.

23 Book i. cap. 53, note.

24 Book i. cap. 6.

25 Book ii. cap. 65, note.

26 Book i. cap. 46; cf. 1 Cor. xv. 6.

27 i. 55, 56, 58, 59.

28 iv. 36.

29 ii. 6, note.

30 Cf. 1 Cor. iii. 19.

31 [Compare the Exhortation of Clement, vol. ii. p. 171, passim; and Tertullian, vol. iii. and passim.]

32 Book iii. cap. 7, and book iv. cap. 13, note.

33 Arnobii Disputationum adversus Gentes, libri octo, nunc primum in lucem editi Romae, apud Franc. Priscianum Florentinum, 1542.

34 Basileae, 1546.

35 Antverpiae, 1582.

36 Romae, 1583. This is the second Roman edition, and restores the Octavius to Minucius Felix.

37 Hanoviae, 1603: dedicated to Joseph Scaliger.

38 Antverpiae, 1604.

39 Paris, 1605. This edition, which is of great value, and shows great learning and ability, was completed in two months, as Heraldus himself tells us.

40 Lugduni Batavorum 1651, containing the notes of Canterus, Elmenhorst, Stewechius, and Heraldus.

41 Salmasius purposed writing commentaries for this edition, but died without doing more than beginning them.

42 Wirceburgi. 1783, 8vo, preceded by a rambling introductory epistle.

43 Lipsiae, 1816-17, 8vo.

44 Halis Saxonum, 1844, 8vo.

45 Lipsiae, 1846, 8vo.