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a reformation in the church ardently defired, and how

far, 26.
Writers, Greek, chief in iii cent. i. 270

- in iv cent. 357
- in v cent. ii. 33

in vi cent. 120
in vii cent. 173
in viii cent. 246
in ix cent. 312
in x cent. 414
in xi cent. 540
in xii cent. iii. 76

in xiii cent. 236
- in xiv cent. 359

- in xv cent. 439
Latin, in iii cent. i. 271

in iy cent. 360
in v cent. ii. 35
in vi cent. 121
in vii cent. 175
in viii cent. 447
in ix cent. 313
in x cent. 415
in xi cent. 541
in xii cent. iii. 77

in xiii cent. 238
- in xiv. cent. 360

- in xv cent. 440
Oriental, in iii cent. i. 270

in vi cent. i. 449

- in viïi cent. ii. 246
- Lutheran, their character in xvi cent. iv. 356
and [0]; most eminent in xvii cent. v. 293. 296.

- cotemporary with Luther, remarkable for the fim-
plicity of their reasoning, iv. 310; change towards the
end of xvi cent, and adopt the maxims of the Ariftote-
lian philosophy, 311 ; their ferocity alleviated, ib.

XAVIER,

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ZACHARY, Pope, deposes Childeric III. King of France,

and gives his kingdom to Pepin, ii. 230 and [9].
Zanchius, Jerome, revives the controversy concerning

predestination at Strasburg, iv. 370 ; attached to the

sentiments of Calvin, ib.
Zealand, clergy and magiftrates of, oppose the toleration

of the Mennonites, iv. 477.
Zeno, the Emperor, publishes his henoticon for reconci.

liation in v cent. ii. 81; the reception it met with va.

rious, ib. 82.
Zigabenus, Euthymius, his character and works, iii. 76

and [x]; commentaries, 87; Panoplia, in which he at.

tacks all the various fects of heresies, 99.
Zinzendorf, Count, founds the feet of the Herenhutters in

xviii cent. vi. 21 ; his pernicious notions, and their bad

consequence to Christian morality, 24 sub not. [s].
Ziska, the famous head of the Hussites in xv cent. iii. 446;

though blind, discovers in his conduct great intrepidity

tempered with prudence, 447.
Zonaras, John, his character, iii. 27; works, 76.
Zosimus, account of his history, in which he reviles the

Christians, and loads them with unjust reproaches, in
v cent. ii. 15.

- Pope, first protects, and then condemns Pelagius
and Coelestine, ii. 89 and [d].

Zuingle,

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