This volume contains twelve lectures on the branches of the Eastern Church, with an introduction on the province, the methods and the advantages of the study of church history, by Arthur Stanley, Canon of Canterbury and Regius Prof. of Church History at Oxford (d. 1858).
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Prefatory Note by A.J. Grieve, M.A., B.D. The Province of Ecclesiastical History The Study of Ecclesiastical History The Advantages of Ecclesiastical History Lecture I The Eastern Church Lecture II The Council of Nicaea, A.D. 325 Lecture III The Meeting of the Council Lecture IV The Opening of the Council Lecture V The Conclusion of the Council Lecture VI The Emperor Constantine A.D. 312-338 Lecture VII Athanasius A.D. 312-372 Lecture VIII Mahometanism in its Relations to the Eastern Church Lecture IX The Russian Church Lecture X The Russian Church in the Middle Ages Lecture XI The Patriarch Nicon Lecture XII Peter the Great and the Modern Church of Russia