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: Justins Hortatory Address To The Greeks
Justins Hortatory Address To The Greeks
Chapter I.--Reasons for addressing the Greeks.
Chapter II--The poets are unfit to be religious teachers.
Chapter III.--Opinions of the school of Thales.
Chapter IV.--Opinions of Pythagoras and Epicurus.
Chapter V.--Opinions of Plato and Aristotle.
Chapter VI.--Further disagreements between Plato and Aristotle.
Chapter VII.--Inconsistencies of Plato's doctrine.
Chapter VIII.--Antiquity, inspiration, and harmony of Christian teachers.
Chapter IX.--The antiquity of Moses proved by Greek writers.
Chapter X--Training and inspiration of Moses.
Chapter XI.--Heathen oracles testify of Moses.
Chapter XII.--Antiquity of Moses proved.
Chapter XIII.--History of the Septuagint.
Chapter XIV.--A warning appeal to the Greeks.
Chapter XV.--Testimony of Orpheus to monotheism.
Chapter XVI.--Testimony of the Sibyl.
Chapter XVII.--Testimony of Homer.
Chapter XVIII.--Testimony of Sophocles.
Chapter XIX.--Testimony of Pythagoras.
Chapter XX.--Testimony of Plato.
Chapter XXI.--The namelessness of God.
Chapter XXII.--Studied ambiguity of Plato.
Chapter XXIII.--Plato's self-contradiction.
Chapter XXIV.--Agreement of Plato and Homer.
Chapter XXV.--Plato's knowledge of God's eternity.
Chapter XXVI.--Plato indebted to the prophets.
Chapter XXVII.--Plato's knowledge of the judgment.
Chapter XXVIII.--Homer's obligations to the sacred writers.
Chapter XXIX.--Origin of Plato's doctrine of form.
Chapter XXX.--Homer's knowledge of man's origin.
Chapter XXXI.--Further proof of Plato's acquaintance with Scripture.
Chapter XXXII.--Plato's doctrine of the heavenly gift.
Chapter XXXIII.--Plato's idea of the beginning of time drawn from Moses.
Chapter XXXIV.--Whence men attributed to God human form.
Chapter XXXV.--Appeal to the Greeks.
Chapter XXXVI.--True knowledge not held by the philosophers.
Chapter XXXVII.--Of the Sibyl.
Chapter XXXVIII.--Concluding appeal.
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