Traditional Christian Ethics
Volume Two: Affirmative or Positive Commandments
About the Book
WHAT CHRISTIANS OUGHT TO DO
Confidence—Clement of Alexandria—Stromata—4.8 Confidence—Hebrews—10.35 Confidence before God—Origen—De Principiis—3.1.21 Confidence: boldness in confidence—Origen—Commentary on Ephesians—3.12 Confidence: exorcise confidently—Two Letters to Virgins—(pseudo-Clement)—1.12 Confidence, godly—1 Clement—2.3 Confidence: husbands are to have confidence in their wives—Clement of Alexandria—Paedagogus—3.11 Confidence: if you think you can stand, take heed lest you fall—1 Corinthians—10.12 Confidence: if you think you can stand, take heed lest you fall—Two Letters to Virgins—(pseudo-Clement)—2.13 Confidence in faith—Origen—Homilies on Judges—9.1 Confidence in God—Clement of Alexandria—Stromata—2.6 Confidence in God—Origen—De Principiis—3.1.21 Confidence in God—Theophilus—To Autolycus—1.8 Confidence in God rather than man—Hippolytus—Commentary on Daniel—3.29 Confidence in Jesus Christ—Origen—Homilies on Isaiah—7.2 Confidence in the Lord—1 Clement—34.5 Confidence in the Lord—Tertullian—Against Marcion—2.19 Confidence in the mind—Origen—Homilies on Judges—9.1 Confidence in the Word—Clement of Alexandria—Protrepticus—12 Confidence of uncreated liberty—Origen—Homilies on Leviticus—16.6.1
About the Author
DR. BRATTSTON has used earlier drafts of the lists in this work as a starting-point for writing approximately two hundred and ninety of his own articles and pamphlets on specific topics of Christian ethics. These syntheses of early and contemporary Christianity have been published by a wide variety of denominations in every major English-speaking country. He hopes readers will use them similarly to write essays, articles, and sermons of their own, or to work out personal questions in Christian ethics.