Excerpt from History of Dogma: Volume IV and Volume V
Chapter IV - the mysteries and kindred subjects 268 - 330 Introduction; emergence of what constitutes mysteries' legitimation of a religion of the second rank; mys tagogic theology 268 I. The Lord's Supper and the other mysteries; Antiochene and Alexandrian mysticism, their union in cultus; Dionysius the Areopagite 276 Details regarding Baptism 283 History of development of the doctrine of the Supper in its sacramental and sacrificial aspect; the Lord's Supper and the Incarnation 283 More detailed history of the doctrine of the Supper; Ori gen Eusebius, Athanasius, Basil, Macarius. Cyril of Jerusalem, Gregory of Nyssa. Chrysostom Dionysius Cyril of Alexandria and the Monophysites John of damascus.-conclusion 11. Worship or saints; Relics, Martyrs and Pictures The Seven Points of Contact for the legitimising of this Religion of the Second Rank, or heathenism, within the doctrina 305 Reservations 310 Details regarding Angel-worship 311 \vorship of Saints and Relics 312 Mariolatry 314 Worship of pictures, the definitive expression of Greek Piety 317 Pictures, Monachism and the State; the controversy Synods of 754, 787 and 842. 324 Images remain the property of the Church, but the Church remains the property of the State 329.
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