Early Church Fathers
2 Here the k.t.l|. is to be understood, as in the liturgies where a known form is begun and left imperfect. The clauses (see Cyril of Jerusalem, Catechet., lect. xviii.) are found in the Creed of Jerusalem, thus: "In one baptism of repentance for the remission of sins, and in one Holy Catholic Church; and in the resurrection of the flesh; and in eternal life."
1 The addition of the Filioque, in the West, is theologically true, but of no authority here. See Pearson, On the Creed.
2 Canon vii.
3 No one. This re-affirms the action of Nicaea itself, and forbids the imposition of anything novel as a creed by any authority whatever. Nothing, therefore, which has not been set forth by Nicene authority (or by the supplementing and co-equal councils of the whole Church, from the same primitive sources) can be a creed, strictly speaking. It may be an orthodox confession, like the Quicunque Vult, but cannot be imposed in terms of communion, any more than the Te Deum.
4 Any other faith. The composition and setting north of another faith, as terms of communion, by Pius IV., bishop of Rome, A.D. 1564, and its acceptance, with additional dogmas, at the opening of the Vatican Council (so-called), A.D. 1869, brought the whole Papal communion under this anathema of Ephesus. [FOOT NOTES] Pages 530-536.
1 [This title is misleading, as we have no copies of the originals of these liturgies, and they are encrusted with the ideas of later ages. I shall distinguish between the interpolations legitimately made by councils and the manifest corruptions which contradict Scripture and ancient authors. N.B.: I print the deacon's parts as such.]
2 Vol. v. note 2, p. 170.
3 Vol. vi. p. 542, Elucidation VI.
4 Deut. xii. 6.
5 Deut. xii. 24.
6 Deut. xii. 21, xiv. 24.
7 Exod. xxiii. 17; Deut. xvi. 16.
8 Gen. xxii. 14.
9 Heb. xi. 19.
10 Ps. lxxviii. 67-69.
11 Heb. ix. 22.
12 Ps. lxxxiii. 12, lxxiv. 6.
13 John iv. 21-23.
14 Mal. i. 11.
15 This series passim; but, e.g., vol. i. pp. 138, 482, and v. p. 290, note 8.
16 As above mentioned in his work on Prophecy. See p. 530.
17 See also Cruden on the word "school" in his Concordance.
18 Dean Smith, Prophecy, etc., p. 124.
19 Acts i. 4 (Greek), 14, ii. 1, 42, iv. 24.
20 Vol. v. Elucidation III. p. 559.
21 Ibid., Elucidation VI. p. 412.
22 See Field, Ephistle to the Hebrews, London, Rivingtons, 1882.