Preface; Introduction; Book I. The Anti-Nicene Fathers: 1. The earliest Books of Testimonies; 2. The Epistle of Barnabas; 3. The Dialogue of Jason and Papiscus; 4. Justin Martyr: The Dialogue with Trypho; 5. Tertullian: In Answer to the Jews; 6. Hippolytus: A Demonstration against the Jews; 7. Cyprian: Ad Quirinum (Liber Testimoniorum); 8. The Dialogue of Timothy and Aquila; 9. Celsus and Origen; Book II. The Syriac Writers: 10. Aphrahat: Homilies; 11. Pseudo-Ephraim, etc.; 12. Dionysius Bar Salibi: Commentaries; Against the Jews; Book III. Greek Writers, AD 325-1455; 13. The Dialogue of Athanasius and Zacchaeus; 14. Pseudo-Gregory of Nyssa: Selected Testimonies from the Old Testament against the Jews; 15. Chrysostom: Homilies against the Jews; 16. The Discussion of Archbishop Gregentius with the Jew Herban; 17. The Teaching of Jacob (Sargis d'Aberga); 18. Some monkish theses of the Nearer East in the seventh to the eleventh centuries; 19. Andronicus of Constantinople: A Dialogue against the Jews; 20. Gennadius: A Refutation of the Error of the Jews; Book IV. Spanish Writers; 21. Early Spain to the Mohammedan Conquest; 22. Alvaro and Bodo; 23. The Letter of R. Samuel; 24. Peter Alphonsi and his Dialogue; 25. Raymond de Penaforte, Paulus Christiani and Raymund Martini; 26. Raymund Lull; 27. Abner of Burgos (= Alphonso of Valladolid); 28. Geronimo de Santa Fe and his so-called 'Hebraeomastix'; 29. Paul of Burgos: Scrutinium Scripturarum; 30. Alphonso de Spina: Fortalitium Fidei; Book V. Latin Writers, c. AD 384-1349: 31. The Discussions of Zacchaeus the Christian and Apollonius the Philosopher; 32. Evagrius: The Discussion concerning the Law between Simon a Jew and Theophilus a Christian; 33. An Arian Treatise against the Jews, by Maximinus the Arian Bishop of Hippo; 34. Augustine: A Discourse in answer to the Jews; 35. Pseudo-Augustine: A Treatise in answer to Five Heresies; 36. Pseudo-Augustine: Against the Jews, the Heathen, and the Arians: a Discourse on the Creed; 37. Pseudo-Augustine: Concerning the Dispute between the Church and the Synagoge - a Dialogue; 38. The Discussion of St Silvester with the Jews at Rome, in the presence of Constantine and the Empress Helena; 39. Agobard: Letters; 40. Amulo, Archbishop of Lyons, AD 841-52: The Letter of Amulo, or a Treatise against the Jews, addressed to King Charles. Rabanus Maurus, Archbishop of Mainz; 41. Peter Damiani.; 42. Gilbert Crispin, Abbot of Westminster: A Discussion of a Jew with a Christian concerning the Christian Faith; 43. Pseudo-Gilbert Crispin: A Discussion between the Church and the Synagogue; 44. Peter the Venerable, ninth Abbot of Cluny: A Treatise against the chronic obstinacy of the Jews; 45. An Anonymous Treatise against the Jews; 46. Peter of Blois: Against the unbelief of the Jews; 47. Nicolas de Lyra: Two Treatises; Epilogue; Indices.