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CathoUc special rules the difficulty in ascertaining that is 1 genesis of the the churches, though on terms of close connection and mutual intercourse, had no real forum puhliaim, though indeed, in a certain sense, each bishop was in foro As a rule, therefore, we can only see the advance in publico. the establishment of fixed forms in the shape of results, without being able to state precisely the ways and means which led We them. to theoretically do indeed know the factors, and can therefore construct the development; but the real course of is frequently hidden from us.
43. Christianity in Edessa and the far East generally Acta Archelai and the Homilies of Aphraates should also be specially examined. Cf. , H. E. VI. 12, and finally the remains of the LatinChristian literature of the third century apart from Tertullian, Cyprian and Novatian as found partly under the name of Cyprian, partly under other titles. Commodian, Arnobius, and Lactantius are also instructive here. This literature has been but little utilised with respect to the history of dogma and of the Church.
Thirdly, he everywhere endeavoured to give a conception of Christianity which represented it as the divine law, whereas in Irenaeus this idea is overshadowed by the conception of the Gospel as real redemption. The main problem therefore resolves the into itself question history of the Church. to as To what the position of Irenaeus in the extent were his expositions new, what extent were the standards he formulated already employed the Churches, and in which of them? We cannot form to to in ourselves a sufficiently vivid picture of the interchange of Christian writings in the Church after the last quarter of the second century.