Pre-Nicene Teaching that Many Christians Agree – April 2024

MANY CHRISTIANS TODAY AGREE

 

Legend for Cells

ma1. God is timeless or before/beyond time Tt 1:2

ma11. Religion is/can be good Jms 1:27

W = Wrote explicitly on this teaching

ma2. God knows all things in the future Ps 139:16

I = Implied this is true or opposite is false

ma3. Jesus appeared on earth prior to His birth -partial Heb7:1-16

ma12. Drinking wine is OK 1 Tim 5:23; (Implied) Tt 2:3

N = Implied since accepted Nicene Creed

ma4. The Church can be called the city of God  Heb 11:10; 12:22-23

m = Mixed: some agree, others did not

ma5. People have free will/choice Partial Lk 7:30; Josh 24:14-22; Jonah 2:8

ma13. No food sacrificed to idols

P = partial, (ex: 1 Peter 5:13 on M6 refers to those in Babylon sending greetings)

ma6. Babylon referred to Rome  partial: 1 Pet 5:13

Ma14. Christ died for all people 1 Tim 2:5-6; 4:9-10; Heb 2:9-10; 1 Jn 2:2

 

ma7. There are greater/mortal & lesser sins.Jn19:11b;1Jn5:16b-17;Ezk8:6,13,15

 

- = no reference found

ma8. Christians can lose their salvation (Partial) Heb 6:4-6;10:26-31; 2Pet2:20-22

 

X = Disagree

ma9. Mention of laity or clergy  partial 1 Tim 3:1-11; 5:17-20; Tt 1:5-9

 

blank = not researched yet

ma10. Jesus preached to the dead 1 Pet 3:19; 4:6

 

Writer totals include W’s & I’s, but not P’s

Rows: blue=Bible manuscript, white=Christian writer, khaki=spurious, green=heresy, orange=schism, pink=strange writer, yellow=foreign missions, red=Christians persecuted, brown=Christians persecuting

 

Christian writer, heretic, or Bible manuscript

Pages

Date A.D.

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Nero and Domitian persecute Christians

50 & 95/96

est. 500K Christians. Labeled atheists; killed for refusing to worship emperor/idols

 

Clement of Rome (wrote 1 Clement)

16.25

96/98

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Estimated 500,000 to 800,000 Christians

by 100 A.D

per Ante-Nicene Fathers vol.4 p.126 or World Christian Trends AD 30-2200 AD p.18

 

Papias of Hierapolis, disciple of John

2

95-110

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“Presbyters” (Papias?)

0.5

95-117

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Ignatius disciple of John (shortest version)

13

c.100-117

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Trajan persecutes Christians

107-117

Answered Pliny the Younger’s letter. Christians not hunted, but killed if found.

 

Didache (=Teaching of the Twelve Apostles)

4.75

c.60-120

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Apology of Aristides (Greek version)

4

125or138-161

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Quadratus of Athens fragment (apologist)

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126

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Epistle of Barnabas

12.5

c.70-130

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Hadrian persecutes Christians and Jews

118 & 134

Hadrian loved Greek culture, and he persecuted both Jewish & Christian people.

 

Testaments of the Twelve Patriarchs

29

70-135

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Bar Cochba persecutes Christians

135

Christians persecuted in Israel because they would not join Bar Cochba’s revolt.

 

p52 Jn 18:31-33,37f-38 (5 verses)

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2 Clement (anonymous writer)

5.75

120-140

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p87 Phm 13-15,24-25 (5 verses)

100-150

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p46 Chester Beatty II - 70% Paul, Heb (1,680 verses)

100-150

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Akhmin Apocalypse of Peter (Greek)

2

135,100-150

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p104 Mt 21:34-37,43-45(?)

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p98 Revelation 1:13-2:1 (9 verses)

150?

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First churches in Morocco, Portugal, & south Germany

c.150

according to World Christian Trends AD 30-AD 2200 p.113

 

Polycarp to the Philippians

3.5

100-155

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Epistle to Diognetus (=Mathetes to Diognetus)

5.25

c.130-200

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Apostolic fathers totals: all symbols except P

67.7

-155

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The Epistle of the Apostles. Against Cerinthus, Simon, and Gnostics. Canonical in the Ethiopic Orthodox Tawahedo Church

9.8

2nd century

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Leucius Charinus Acts of John (bedbugs)

24.7

2nd century

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Gospel of Mary (ms. p463 is 200-250 A.D.)

1

2nd century

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Shepherd of Hermas

46.25

c.115-155

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Justin Martyr, philosopher and apologist

137

c.138-165

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Evarestus’ Martyrdom of Polycarp

5

c.169

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Marcion of Pontus, pupil of Cerdo/Cerdon. Apelles & Prepon from Marcion.

before 170-

Gnostics believed Creator was evil/foolish, rejected Old Test., mixed in paganism.

 

Menander then Satorninos/Saturnilus (ascetic Gnostics)

c.150-4th cen.

Encratite Gnostics might have come from Satorninos of Antioch.

 

Dionysius of Corinth (wrote against Marcion)

.333

170

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Tatian's Diatessaron

86

c.172

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Tatian. Encratite Gnostic later

18

c.172

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First Christians in Austria

174

according to World Christian Trends AD 30-AD 2200 p.113

 

Basilides & his pupil Isidorus, changed from Menander 's teaching

2.5

132-135-4th

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Sethians/Borborites (libertine Gnostics)

20

?-4th century

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Hermetic Gnostics (no mention of Christ)

6

?-4th century

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Valentinians including Heracleon, Colorbasus, Marcus, & Ptolemy

23+12

c.150-4th cen.

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Other gnostics: Cainites, Carpocrates, Docetics, Peretae, Cerinthus, Dositheus, Monoimus, Hermogenes, Marcillinians, Melchisedecians, Nicolaus, Ophites, Secundus/Epiphanes

37

c.150-4th century

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p66 Bodmer II Papyri - 92% of John (817 verses)

c.125-175

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p4, p64, p67 Lk 1:58-59,etc. Mt 26:7-8,etc. (95 verses)

c.150-175

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p90 Jn 18:36-19:7 (11 verses)

c.175

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Christians of Vienna and Lugdunum (Lyons)

6.5

177

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Athenagoras (apologist)

33.5

177

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Persecution of Marcus Aurelius

162/166-180

Aurelius was a Stoic philosopher. Persecution mainly in Gaul, ended when he died

 

Claudius Apollinaris of Hierapolis

0.5

160-177/180

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Melito/Meleto of Sardis (Quartodecimian)

11

170-177/180

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Hegesippus (chronicler, against Gnostics)

2.5

170-180

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Rhodon (against Marcion and Apelles)

0.5

180

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Theophilus of Caesarea

1/8

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Theophilus of Antioch (to Autolycus)

32

168-181/188

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Ebionite Clementine Homilies (Law, Father, Son)

123.5

-188-

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Ebionite Letter of Peter to James

2

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Ebionite Letter of Clement to James

4.5

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Early Christians warning about Ebionites

1

182-325

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Irenaeus Proof of Apostolic Preaching

22.75

c.160-202

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Irenaeus of Lyons, disciple of Polycarp

262

182-188

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Pantaenus of Alexandria visited India

189

Visited the Malankara church in India. They used the Gospel of Mt. in Hebrew.

 

Gospel of Peter (Serapion finally against this)

2

180-90

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Maximus of Jerusalem -wrote on origin of evil

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185-196

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Passion of the Scillitan Martyrs -died 180 A.D.

0.75

180-202

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Polycrates of Ephesus (Quartodecimian)

0.5

196

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Christians in Bactria, Hindu Kush, and Kurdistan

196

according to World Christian Trends AD 30-AD 2200 p.113

 

p32 (=P. Rylands 5) Titus 1:1-15; 2:3-8 (21 verses)

150-200

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p103/p77 Mt 13:55-57; 14:3-5; 23:30-39 (10 verses)

200

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Gaius of Rome started the Alogi heresy

0

c.200

Claimed the Gospel of John and Revelation were by Cerinthus, not John

 

p23 James 1:10-12, 15-18 (7 verses)

c.200

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0189 Acts 5:3-21 (earliest N.T. parchment) (19 verses)

Late 2nd/early 3rd

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Caius and the Muratorian Canon

3

190-217

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Sabellian heresy (Praxeas, Noetus)

 

c.200-257-

Patripassians believed Father, Son, & Spirit are one person.

 

Zephyrinus & Callistus of Rome (adoptionists)

 

199-222

God came upon the human man Jesus. Callistus excommunicated Sabellius.

 

Persecution of Septimus Severus

202

est. 2M Christians. A Christian helped him when ill, but didn’t repeal existing laws

 

Passion of Perpetua and Felicitas

7

c.201/205

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Acts of Paul and Thecla (Tertullian said faked by a presbyter)

6

before 207

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Romans kill first known martyrs in Britain

209

Alban, Julius, and Aaron were formerly thought killed in 304/5 A.D.

 

Epitaph of Abercius of Hierapolis

0.125

190-210

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Serapion of Antioch (against Marcion)

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191/200-210

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Minucius Felix (The Octavius)

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Apollonius of Ephesus (against Montanists)

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Judah the Prince compiles the Jewish Mishnah

 

189-217

Oral traditions of the Pharisees were written down & became part of the Talmud

 

Clement of Alexandria Stromata

245.75

193-202

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Clement of Alexandria Exhort. to the Heathen

34.75

c.195

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Clement of Alexandria (remainder)

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193-217/220

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Tertullian (joined the Montanist Church)

736

198-220

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Tertullian’s 5 Books Against Marcion

194

207/8

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Tertullian: On Monogamy, On Modesty

41.25

213

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p75 Lk 3:18-22; etc. Jn 1:1-11:45,etc. (1,166 verses)

175-225

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p45 Chester Beatty I, Four gospels + Acts (833 verses)

200-225

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Green Collection #425 Rom 9:18-21 some Rom 10

early 3rd cent.

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p29 Acts 26:7-8,20 (3 verses)

200-225

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p30 1 Th 4:12-13,16-17, 5:3,8-10,12-18,25-28; 2 Th 1:1-2; 2:1,9-11 (25 verses)

early 3rd cent.

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Ebionite Recognitions of Clement (=Sinai Epitome)

134

211-231

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Bardaisan/Bardesan of Syria (heretical). Against Marcion & Valentinus

11.5

154-224/232

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Asterius Urbanus (against Montanists)

2.75

c.232

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Elchasaite Ebionites (said Jesus God’s Son)

2.25

before 235

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Theodotus of Byzantium (Jesus born only a man)

0.5

Before 235

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Justin's Book of Baruch -Moses,Heracles,Christ

2.5

188-235

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Naaseni Gnostics & The Gospel of Thomas

3+6

188-235

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Hippolytus, pupil of Irenaeus (undisputed)

218

222-235/6

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Maximim persecutes Christians

235-238

First empire-wide persecution, but only of clergy. It stopped when he was killed.

 

Narrative of Zosimus

4.5

before 240

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Theodotus the probable Montanist

7.75

ca.240

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-

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-

-

-

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Instructions of Commodianus

16

c.240

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W

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W

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Julius Africanus (undisputed writings)

9

232-245

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pseudo-Clement Two Epistles on Virginity

5.75+5

before 246

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Ebionite Protoevangelium of James

6

145-248

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Heraclas of Alexandria 1st to be called a pope

 

232-248

No Roman bishop called a pope until the Council of Arles I in 314 A.D., Next was 347 A.D.. Siricius c.384-399 was the first Roman bishop to call himself a pope.

 

p137 Mk 1:7-9,16-18

150-250

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"Revised Valentinian" Tripartite Tractate

11

200-250

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p13 Heb 2:14-5:5;10:8-22;10:29-11:13;etc. 114 verses

225-250

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p5 Jn 1:23-31,33-40; 16:14-30;20:11-17,19-20,22-25

early 3rd cent.

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Martyrdom of the Holy Martyrs

1.5

before 250

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p1, Mt 1:1-9,12,14-20 (17 verses)

250

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p22 Jn 15:25-16:2; 16:21-32 (17 verses)

c.250

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p91 Acts 2:30-37; 2:46-47; 3:1-2

250

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p118 Rom 15:26-27,32-33; 16:1,4-7,11-12

250

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p119 Jn 1:21-28,33-38,42-44

250

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p121 Jn 19:17-19,25-26

250

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p129 1 Cor 7:36-39;8:10;9:3,14-17;9:27-10:6

250

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p131 Rom 9:18-21; 9:22-10:3

250

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Nag Hamadi Apocalypse of Peter

2.5

3rd century

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-

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Hermias Satire on Greek Philosophers

4.2

3rd century?

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Acts of Xanthippe, Polyxena, and Rebecca

12.5

mid-3rd cent?

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W

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Alexander of Cappadocia (Clem. A’.s pupil)

0.75

233-251

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Bishop Stephen I of Rome Letter to Antioch

 

251

Asks why Novatian did not know there should be only one bishop in Rome

 

Sentences of Sextus (partial) originally Pythagorean, modified by Christians.

2

before 253

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Origen (heterodox teacher)

825.15

225-253/254

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Origen’s Prayer, Exhortation to Martyrdom

180

233-235

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Severe persecution by Decius and Gallus

250-251 - 253

1st Christian schism. Can fallen Christians return, or doomed forever –Novatian

 

Novatian (his schism lasted over 200 years)

38.5

250/254-257

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Treatise Against Novatian

6.5

254-256

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Treatise on Rebaptism

11

c.250-258

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Cyprian of Carthage (against Novatian)

250.5  

c.246-258

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Roman church leaders (letters 2,29,30)

1+4.75

250-251

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Lucian et al. (letters 16, 21)

.875

250-251

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Caldonius to Cyprian (letter 18)