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The Arians Of The Fourth Century - Blessed John Henry Newman

St. Peter comes to Rome, and assumes the government of the Church there planted

              42 A.D

 

St. Mark goes to Egypt

              49 A.D

 

Cerinthus and Ebion, heretics

              90 A.D

 

Ignatius martyred

              107 A.D

 

Revolt of the Jews under Hadrian for three years, Jerusalem taken

              134 A.D

 

Justin martyred

              167 A.D

 

Theophilus, Bishop of Antioch

              168 A.D

 

Tatian at Rome

              169 A.D

 

Montanus, heretic

              171 A.D

 

Athenagoras writes his Apology

              177 A.D

 

Irenæus, Bishop of Lyons

              ib.

 

Pantænus sent to the Indians

              189 A.D

 

Clement of Alexandria, master of the Catechetical School

              ib.

 

Theodotus and Artemon, heretics

              193 A.D

 

Various Councils concerning the Pascha

              196 A.D

 

Praxeas, heretic

              200 A.D

 

Victor, Bishop of Rome, dies

              201 A.D

 

Leonidas, father of Origen, and Irenæus, martyred

              202 A.D

 

Origen, aged eighteen, master of the Catechetical School

              203 A.D

 

Tertullian becomes a Montanist

              204 A.D

 

Noetus, heretic

              220 A.D

 

Origen converts Gregory and his brother

              231 A.D

 

Ammonius, the Eclectic, at Alexandria

              232 A.D

 

Plotinus comes to Rome, where he resides for twenty-six years till his death

              244 A.D

 

Babylas, bishop of Antioch, martyred

              250 A.D

 

Origen dies

              253 A.D

 

Plotinus writes his first works

              ib.

 

Sabellius, heretic

              255 A.D

 

Paulus, Bishop of Antioch

              260 A.D

 

Dionysius of Alexandria, falsely accused of heterodoxy

              261 A.D

 

First Council of Antioch against Paulus

              261 A.D

 

Paulus dispossessed by interposition of Aurelian

              272 A.D

 

Controversy between Manichæus and Archelaus

              277 A.D

 

Hosius, Bishop of Corduba

              295 A.D

 

Eusebius, aged forty-three, writes with Pamphilus his apology for Origen

              307 A.D

 

Lucian martyred

              312 A.D

 

Arius raised to the priesthood

              ib.

 

Edict of Milan

              313 A.D

 

Arius, heretic

              319 A.D

 

Council of Nicæa, Œcumenical

              325 A.D

 

Athanasius, Bishop of Alexandria

              326 A.D

 

Arius recalled from exile

              330 A.D

 

Council (Eusebian) of Cæsarea

              334 A.D

 

Council (Eusebian) of Tyre

              335 A.D

 

Athanasius banished to Treves

              336 A.D

 

Death of Arius

              ib.

 

Death of Constantine

              337 A.D

 

Athanasius and other orthodox prelates at Rome about

              340 A.D

 

Council of Rome in their behalf

              341 A.D

 

Council (Eusebian) of the Dedication at Antioch

              ib.

 

Semi-arian Creed called Macrostyche

              345 A.D

 

Great Council of Sardica

              347 A.D

 

Restoration of Athanasius and his friends

              348 A.D

 

Council (with Semi-arian Creed) of Sirmium against Photinus

              349 A.D

 

Paul of Constantinople martyred by the Arlans

              350 A.D

 

Death of Constans

              ib.

 

Hilary, Bishop of Poitiers

              ib.

 

Council (with Semi-arian Creed) against Photinus

              351 A.D

 

Council (Eusebian) of Aries

              353 A.D

 

Council (Eusebian) of Milan

              355 A.D

 

Syrianus in Alexandria

              356 A.D

 

Hilary banished to Phrygia

              ib.

 

Aetius and Eunomius, heretics

              ib.

 

Conference and second Creed (Homœan) of Sirmium, afterwards signed by Hosius

              ib.

 

Conference and third Creed (Semi-arian) of Sirmium;—fall of Liberius

              357 A.D

 

Council (with Homœan Creed) of Antioch

              358 A.D

 

Council (Semi-arian) of Ancyra

              ib.

 

Council (with Semi-arian Creed) of Seleucia

              359 A.D

 

Council (with Homœan Creed) of Ariminum

              ib.

 

Council (with Homœan Creed) of Constantinople

              360 A.D

 

Council (with Anomœan Creed) of Antioch

              361 A.D

 

Death of Constantius

              ib.

 

Council of Alexandria

              362 A.D

 

Lucifer consecrates Paulinus, Bishop of Antioch

              ib.

 

Council (Semi-arian) of Lampsacus

              365 A.D

 

Fifty-nine Semi-arian Bishops conform

              366 A.D

 

Council of Tyana

              367 A.D

 

Valens banishes the orthodox

              ib.

 

Basil, Exarch of Cæsarea

              370 A.D

 

Death of Athanasius

              373 A.D

 

Gregory at Constantinople

              379 A.D

 

Council of Constantinople, Œcumenical

              381 A.D








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