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Title: The Refutation of All Heresies, Book 7  
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Excerpt: THE following are the contents of the seventh book of the Refutation of all Heresies : What the opinion of Basilides is, and that, being struck with the doctrines of Aristotle, he out of these framed his heresy.(1) And what are the statements of Saturnilus,(2) who flourished much about the time of Basilides. And how Menander advanced the assertion that the world was made by angels. What is the folly of Marcion, and that his tenet is not new, nor (taken) out of the Holy Scriptures, but that he obtains it from Empedocles. How Carpocrates acts sillily, in himself also alleging that existing things were made by angels. That Cerinthus, in no wise indebted to the Scriptures, formed his opinion (not out of them), but from the tenets of the Egyptians.(3) What are the opinions propounded by the Ebionaeans, and that they in preference adhere to Jewish customs. How Theodotus has been a victim of error, deriving contributions to his system partly from the Ebionaeans, (partly from Cerinthus.)(4) And what were the opinions of Cerdon,(5) who both enunciated the doctrines of Empedocles, and who wickedly induced Marcion to step forward.

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Table of Contents: The Refutation of All Heresies, Book 7, 1 -- Hippolytus, 1 -- BOOK VII, 2 -- Chapter I. HERESY COMPARED TO (1) THE STORMY OCEAN, (2) THE ROCKS OF THE SIRENS; MORAL Chapter II. THE SYSTEM OF BASILIDES DERIVED FROM ARISTOTLE, 3 -- Chapter III. SKETCH OF ARISTOTLE'S PHILOSOPHY, 3 -- Chapter IV. ARISTOTLE'S GENERAL IDEA, 3 -- Chapter V. NONENTITY AS A CAUSE, 3 -- Chapter VI. SUBSTANCE, ACCORDING TO ARISTOTLE; THE PREDICATES, 3 -- Chapter VII. ARISTOTLE'S COSMOGONY; HIS PSYCHOLOGY; HIS ENTELECHEIA; HIS THEOLOGY; Chapter VIII. BASILIDES AND ISIDORUS ALLEGE APOSTOLIC SANCTION FOR THEIR SYSTEMS; THEY Chapter IX. BASILIDES ADOPTS THE ARISTOTELIAN DOCTRINE OF NONENTITY., 6 -- Chapter X. ORIGIN OF THE WORLD; BASILIDES' ACCOUNT OF THE SONSHIP., 6 -- Chapter XI. THE GREAT ARCHON OF BASILIDES, 8 -- Chapter XII. BASILIDES ADOPTS THE ENTELECHEIA OF ARISTOTLE, 8 -- Chapter XIII. FURTHER EXPLANATION OF THE SONSHIP., 9 -- Chapter XIV. WHENCE CAME THE GOSPEL; THE NUMBER OF HEAVENS ACCORDING TO BASILIDES; Chapter XV. GOD'S DEALINGS WITH THE CREATURE; BASILIDES' NOTION OF (1) THE I0NNER MAN, Chapter XVI. THE SYSTEM OF SATURNILUS, 12 -- Chapter XVII, MARCION; HIS DUALISM; DERIVES HIS SYSTEM FROM EMPEDOCLES; SK2ETCH OF Chapter XVIII. SOURCE OF MARCIONISM; EMPEDOCLES REASSERTED AS THE SUGGES5TER OF THE Chapter XIX. THE HERESY OF PREPON; FOLLOWS EMPEDOCLES; MARCION REJECTS T6HE GENERATION Chapter XX. THE HERESY OF CARPOCRATES; WICKED DOCTRINES CONCERNING JESU7S CHRIST; Chapter XXI. THE SYSTEM OF CERINTHUS CONCERNING CHRIST, 18 -- Chapter XXII. DOCTRINE OF THE EBIONAEANS, 18 -- Chapter XXIII. THE HERESY OF THEODOTUS, 18 -- Chapter XXIV. THE MELCHISEDECIANS; THE NICOLAITANS, 19 -- Chapter XXV. THE HERESY OF CERDON, 19 -- Chapter XXVI. THE DOCTRINES OF APELLES; PHILUMENE, HIS PROPHETESS, 19

 
 



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