Scorpiace. Antidote for the Scorpion's Sting
Scorpiace. Antidote for the Scorpion's Sting
Tertullian

Translated by Rev. S. Thelwall
Table of Contents


Title Page

Chapter I. The earth brings forth, as if by suppuration…

Chapter II. But not yet about the good to be got from martyrdom must we learn…

Chapter III. Nor should I think it needful to discuss whether God pursues a worthy course in…

Chapter IV. If, therefore, it is evident that from the beginning this kind of worship has both…

Chapter V. You have therefore the will of my God.…

Chapter VI. But if, for the contest's sake, God had appointed martyrdoms for us…

Chapter VII. If the scorpion, swinging his tail in the air…

Chapter VIII. We keep therefore the one position, and, in respect of this question only…

Chapter IX. It remains for us, lest ancient times may perhaps have had the sacrament exclusively their…

Chapter X. But as to those who think that not here…

Chapter XI. In the same manner, therefore, we maintain that the other announcements too refer to the…

Chapter XII. Who, now, should know better the marrow of the Scriptures than the school of Christ…

Chapter XIII. But how Paul, an apostle, from being a persecutor…

Chapter XIV. No doubt the apostle admonishes the Romans to be subject to all power…

Chapter XV. Now, then, the epistles of the apostles also are well known.…




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