Names and Dates

Names of the Fathers, Historians, Modern Divines, and other Writers, that illustrate the truth in the following treatise, and the time wherein they flourished.

  • 70 – Clemens Romanus
  • 71 – Ignatius
  • 150 – Justin Martyr
  • 180 – Ireneus
  • 203 – Tertullian
  • 204 – Clemens Alexandria
  • 226 – Origen
  • 240 – Cyprian
  • 285 – Arnobius
  • 290 – Lactantius
  • 326 – Athanasius
  • 355 – Hillarius
  • 365 – Optatus
  • 370 – Basil the Great
  • 371 – Gregory Nazianzen
  • 373 – Epiphanius
  • 374 – Ambrosius
  • 380 – Gregory Nyssen
  • 385 – Hyeronimus [ Jerome ]
  • 390 – Prudentius
  • 398 – Chrysostome
  • 420 – Augustine
  • 425 – Orosius
  • 430 – Cyrillus Alexandria
  • 431 – Theodoret
  • 440 – Cassianus
  • 444 – Leo magnus
  • 445 – Prosper
  • 495 – Vigilius
  • 500 – Fulgentius
  • 580 – Rupertus
  • 596 – Isiodorus H??
  • 700 – Bede
  • 731 – John Damaseen
  • 830 Rabanus hMaurius
  • 850 – Hayme (?)
  • 880 – Theophlyact
  • 1070 – Oecanenius (?)
  • 1120 -Berhardis petrino ultimus (????)

[NOTE: The following list, separate from the preceding list, is lacking dates for several and the spelling of the last 3 is hard to make out consult pdf for more info]

  • 532 – Dionysius exiguus
  • 1305 – Nicephorus
  • 1500 – Marcus Antonius
  • Bonadventure
  • Petrus de natalibus
  • Johannes Lucidus

Confessions of Reformed Churches

  • 1530 – Augustana
  • 1530 – Suevica
  • 1531 – Basiliensis
  • 1536 – Helvetica Prior
  • 1551 – Saxonica
  • 1552 – Wittembergensis
  • 1559 – Gallica
  • 1566 – Helvetica Posterior
  • 1566 – Belgica
  • 1573 – Bohemica

National Churches

  • Polonia
  • Sabaudie
  • Hungarie
  • Anglie
  • Scotie
  • Lituanie
  • Russia
  • Samogitie
  • In praxi sua
  • 1541 – Consensus Protestantium
  • 1570 – Synodus Sendmorensis

Modern Divines

  • Calvin
  • Bullinger
  • Melanchton
  • Festus Hommius
  • Hemmingius
  • Zanchius
  • Cum multis
  • alijs, etc

Old Fathers thirty nine, lo, Christmas keep with me,
And hundred thousands more, of brave young gallantry.
Most zealous sparks they are, they’ll keep it every year,
For Christ, and for his day, they’ll spend their blood so dear.
Lets hear what they can say, they for themselves shall speak
Their words they will make way, while others are to seek.

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