The Epistles of Clement.
Introductory Notice to 1st Clement.
The First Epistle of Clement to the Corinthians.
Chapter I.--The Salutation. Praise of the Corinthians Before the
Chapter II.--Praise of the Corinthians Continued.
Chapter III.--The Sad State of the Corinthian Church After Sedition Arose in It from Envy and Emulation.
Chapter IV.--Many Evils Have Already Flowed from This Source in Ancient Times.
Chapter V.--No Less Evils Have Arisen from the Same Source in the Most Recent Times. The Martyrdom of Peter and Paul.
Chapter VI.--Continuation. Several Other Martyrs.
Chapter VII.--An Exhortation to Repentance.
Chapter VIII.--Continuation Respecting Repentance.
Chapter IX.--Examples of the Saints.
Chapter X.--Continuation of the Above.
Chapter XI.--Continuation. Lot.
Chapter XII.--The Rewards of Faith and Hospitality. Rahab.
Chapter XIII.--An Exhortation to Humility.
Chapter XIV.--We Should Obey God Rather Than the Authors of Sedition.
Chapter XV.--We Must Adhere to Those Who Cultivate Peace, Not to Those Who Merely Pretend to Do So.
Chapter XVI.--Christ as an Example of Humility.
Chapter XVII.--The Saints as Examples of Humility.
Chapter XVIII.--David as an Example of Humility.
Chapter XIX.--Imitating These Examples, Let Us Seek After Peace.
Chapter XX.--The Peace and Harmony of the Universe.
Chapter XXI.--Let Us Obey God, and Not the Authors of Sedition.
Chapter XXII.--These Exhortations are Confirmed by the Christian Faith, Which Proclaims the Misery of Sinful Conduct.
Chapter XXIII.--Be Humble, and Believe that Christ Will Come Again.
Chapter XXIV.--God Continually Shows Us in Nature that There Will Be a Resurrection.
Chapter XXV.--The Phoenix an Emblem of Our Resurrection.
Chapter XXVI.--We Shall Rise Again, Then, as the Scripture Also Testifies.
Chapter XXVII.--In the Hope of the Resurrection, Let Us Cleave to the Omnipotent and Omniscient God.
Chapter XXVIII.--God Sees All Things: Therefore Let Us Avoid Transgression.
Chapter XXIX.--Let Us Also Draw Near to God in Purity of Heart.
Chapter XXX.--Let Us Do Those Things that Please God, and Flee from Those He Hates, that We May Be Blessed.
Chapter XXXI.--Let Us See by What Means We May Obtain the Divine Blessing.
Chapter XXXII.--We are Justified Not by Our Own Works, But by Faith.
Chapter XXXIII.--But Let Us Not Give Up the Practice of Good Works and Love. God Himself is an Example to Us of Good Works.
Chapter XXXIV.--Great is the Reward of Good Works with God. Joined Together in Harmony, Let Us Implore that Reward from Him.
Chapter XXXV.--Immense is This Reward. How Shall We Obtain It?
Chapter XXXVI.--All Blessings are Given to Us Through Christ.
Chapter XXXVII.--Christ is Our Leader, and We His Soldiers.
Chapter XXXVIII.--Let the Members of the Church Submit Themselves, and No One Exalt Himself Above Another.
Chapter XXXIX.--There is No Reason for Self-Conceit.
Chapter XL.--Let Us Preserve in the Church the Order Appointed by God.
Chapter XLI.--Continuation of the Same Subject.
Chapter XLII.--The Order of Ministers in the Church.
Chapter XLIII.--Moses of Old Stilled the Contention Which Arose Concerning the Priestly Dignity.
Chapter XLIV.--The Ordinances of the Apostles, that There Might Be No Contention Respecting the Priestly Office.
Chapter XLV.--It is the Part of the Wicked to Vex the Righteous.
Chapter XLVI.--Let Us Cleave to the Righteous: Your Strife is Pernicious.
Chapter XLVII.--Your Recent Discord is Worse Than the Former Which Took Place in the Times of Paul.
Chapter XLVIII.--Let Us Return to the Practice of Brotherly Love.
Chapter XLIX--The Praise of Love.
Chapter L.--Let Us Pray to Be Thought Worthy of Love.
Chapter LI.--Let the Partakers in Strife Acknowledge Their Sins.
Chapter LII.--Such a Confession is Pleasing to God.
Chapter LIII.--The Love of Moses Towards His People.
Chapter LIV.--He Who is Full of Love Will Incur Every Loss, that Peace May Be Restored to the Church.
Chapter LV.--Examples of Such Love.
Chapter LVI.--Let Us Admonish and Correct One Another.
Chapter LVII.--Let the Authors of Sedition Submit Themselves.
Chapter LVIII.--Submission the Precursor of Salvation.
Chapter LIX.--Warning Against Disobedience. Prayer.
Chapter LX.--Prayer Continued.
Chapter LXI.--Prayer Continued--For Rulers and Governors. Conclusion.
Chapter LXII.--Summary and Conclusory--Concerning Godliness.
Chapter LXIII.--Hortatory, Letter Sent by Special Messengers.
Chapter LXIV.--Blessings Sought for All that Call Upon God.
Chapter LXV.--The Corinthians are Exhorted Speedily to Send Back Word that Peace Has Been Restored. The Benediction.
The Second Epistle of Clement.
Chapter I.--We Ought to Think Highly of Christ.
Chapter II.--The Church, Formerly Barren, is Now Fruitful.
Chapter III.--The Duty of Confessing Christ.
Chapter IV.--True Confession of Christ.
Chapter V.--This World Should Be Despised.
Chapter VI.--The Present and Future Worlds are Enemies to Each Other.
Chapter VII.--We Must Strive in Order to Be Crowned.
Chapter VIII.--The Necessity of Repentance While We are on Earth.
Chapter IX.--We Shall Be Judged in the Flesh.
Chapter X.--Vice is to Be Forsaken, and Virtue Followed.
Chapter XI.--We Ought to Serve God, Trusting in His Promises.
Chapter XII.--We are Constantly to Look for the Kingdom of God.
Chapter XIII.--God's Name Not to Be Blasphemed.
Chapter XIV.--The Church Spiritual.
Chapter XV.--He Who Saves and He Who is Saved.
Chapter XVI.--Preparation for the Day of Judgment.
Chapter XVII.--Same Subject Continued.
Chapter XVIII.--The Author Sinful, Yet Pursuing.
Chapter XIX.--Reward of the Righteous, Although They May Suffer.
Chapter XX.--Godliness, Not Gain, the True Riches.
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