Introductory Notice to Two Epistles Concerning Virginity
The First Epistle of the Blessed Clement, the Disciple of Peter the Apostle.
Chapter I.--The Salutation.
Chapter II.--For True Virginity Perfect Virtue is Necessary.
Chapter III.--True Virgins Prove Themselves Such by Self-Denial, as Does the True Believer by Good Works.
Chapter IV.--Continuation of the Remarks on Self-Denial; Object and Reward of True Virgins.
Chapter V.--The Irksomeness and the Enemies of Virginity.
Chapter VI.--Divinity of Virginity.
Chapter VII.--The True Virgin.
Chapter VIII.--Virgins, by the Laying Aside of All Carnal Affection, are Imitators of God.
Chapter IX.--Continuation of the Subject of Mortification; Dignity of Persons Consecrated to God.
Chapter X.--Denunciation of Dangerous and Scandalous Association with Maidens.
Chapter XI.--Perniciousness of Idleness; Warning Against the Empty Longing to Be Teachers; Advice About Teaching and the Use of Divine Gifts.
Chapter XII.--Rules for Visits, Exorcisms, and How People are to Assist the Sick, and to Walk in All Things Without Offence.
Chapter XIII.--What Priests Should Be and Should Not Be.
The Second Epistle of the Same Clement.
Chapter I.--He Describes the Circumspectness of His Intercourse with
Chapter II.--His Behaviour in Places Where There Were Christians of Both Sexes.
Chapter III.--Rules for the Conduct of Celibate Brethren in Places Where There are Only Married Christians.
Chapter IV.--Conduct of the Holy Man Where There are Women Only.
Chapter V.--Where There is Only One Woman, the Father Does Not Make a Stay; How Carefully Stumbling-Blocks Must Be Avoided.
Chapter VI.--How Christians Should Behave Themselves Among Heathens.
Chapter VII.--Uses of Considering Admonitory Examples, as Well as Instructive Patterns.
Chapter VIII.--Joseph and Potiphar's Wife; Of What Kind Love to Females Ought to Be.
Chapter IX.--Samson's Admonitory Fall.
Chapter X.--David's Sin, So Admonitory to Us Weak Men.
Chapter XI.--Admonitory History of the Incestuous Children of David.
Chapter XII.--Solomon's Infatuation Through Women.
Chapter XIII.--The History of Susanna Teaches Circumspection with the Eyes and in Society.
Chapter XIV.--Examples of Circumspect Behaviour from the Old Testament.
Chapter XV.--The Example of Jesus; How We May Allow Ourselves to Be Served by Women.
Chapter XVI.--Exhortation to Union and to Obedience; Conclusion.
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