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Canon law is the term used for the internal ecclesiastical law which governs various churches, most notably the Roman Catholic Church, the Eastern Orthodox Churches and the Anglican Communion of churches.

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Book I, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Whether the Universe is Governed by the Power of One God or of Many
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That There is a Providence in the Affairs of Men
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion and Wisdom
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the One God Was Foretold Even by the Prophets
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Hercules and His Life and Death
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Divine Testimonies, and of the Sibyls and Their Predictions
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Concerning the Testimonies of Apollo and the Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That God is Without a Body, nor Does He Need Difference of Sex for Procreation
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Testimonies of Poets and Philosophers
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
How Vain and Trifling Are the Interpretations of the Stoics Respecting the Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the Stoics Transfer the Figments of the Poets to a Philosophical System
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Origin, Life, Reign, Name and Death of Jupiter, and of Saturn and Uranus
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What the Sacred History of Euhemerus and Ennius Teaches Concerning the Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That It is Impossible for Any One to Worship the True God Together With False Deities
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Life and Actions of Æsculapius, Apollo, Neptune, Mars, Castor and Pollux, Mercury and Bacchus
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
How They Who Were Men Obtained the Name of Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
By What Argument It is Proved That Those Who Are Distinguished by a Difference of Sex Cannot Be Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Concerning the Same Opinion of the Stoics, and Concerning the Hardships and Disgraceful Conduct of the Gods
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Consecration of Gods, on Account of the Benefits Which They Conferred Upon Men
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Gods Peculiar to the Romans, and Their Sacred Rites
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Certain Deities Peculiar to Barbarians, and Their Sacred Rites; and in Like Manner Concerning the Romans
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Ages of Vain Superstitions, and the Times at Which They Commenced
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book I, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Who Was the Author of the Vanities Before Described in Italy Among the Romans, and Who Among Other Nations
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book II, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Cicero and Other Men of Learning Erred in Not Turning Away the People from Error
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What Was the First Cause of Making Images; of the True Likeness of God, and the True Worship of Him
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Forgetfulness of Reason Makes Men Ignorant of the True God, Whom They Worship in Adversity and Despise in Prosperity
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Images, and the Ornaments of Temples, and the Contempt in Which They Are Held Even by the Heathens Themselves
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Devil, the World, God, Providence, Man, and His Wisdom
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
God, and the Religious Rites of the Foolish; of Avarice, and the Authority of Ancestors
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Use of Reason in Religion; and of Dreams, Auguries, Oracles, and Similar Portents
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Neither the Whole Universe nor the Elements Are God, nor Are They Possessed of Life
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That God Only, the Creator of All Things, is to Be Worshipped, and Not the Elements or Heavenly Bodies
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Why Man is of Two Sexes; What is His First Death, and What the Second and of the Fault and Punishment of Our First Parents
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Animals Were Not Produced Spontaneously, but by a Divine Arrangement
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Living Creatures, of Man; Prometheus, Deucalion, the Parcæ
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Noah the Inventor of Wine, Who First Had Knowledge of the Stars, and of the Origin of False Religions
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of Images and Earthly Objects
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Corruption of Angels, and the Two Kinds of Demons
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Patience and Vengeance of God, the Worship of Demons, and False Religions
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Astrology, Soothsaying, and Similar Arts Are the Invention of Demons
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Demons Have No Power over Those Who Are Established in the Faith
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The World, and Its Parts, the Elements and Seasons
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book II, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Philosophy and the Truth
Book II. - Of the Origin of Error
Book III, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
A Comparison of the Truth With Eloquence: Why the Philosophers Did Not Attain to It. Of the Simple Style of the Scriptures
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What Subjects Philosophy Consists, and Who Was the Chief Founder of the Academic Sect
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Philosophy, and How Vain Was Its Occupation in Setting Forth the Truth
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Knowledge is Taken Away by Socrates, and Conjecture by Zeno
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Chief Good, and the Worship of the True God, and a Refutation of Anaxagoras
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Chief Good, and the Pleasures of the Soul and Body, and of Virtue
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Moral Philosophy, and the Chief Good
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Wisdom, and the Academics, and Natural Philosophy
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the Knowledge of Many Things is Necessary
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Immortality of the Soul, and of Wisdom, Philosophy, and Eloquence
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Twofold Conflict of Body and Soul; and of Desiring Virtue on Account of Eternal Life
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion, Wisdom, and the Chief Good
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
It is the Peculiar Property of Man to Know and Worship God
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Lucretius and Others Have Erred, and Cicero Himself, in Fixing the Origin of Wisdom
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Cicero and Others of the Wisest Men Teach the Immortality of the Soul, but in an Unbelieving Manner
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of Seneca in Philosophy, and How the Speech of Philosophers is at Variance With Their Life
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
He Passes from Philosophy to the Philosophers, Beginning With Epicurus
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Pythagoreans and Stoics, While They Hold the Immortality of the Soul, Foolishly Persuade a Voluntary Death
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the Philosophers Who Give Good Instructions Live Badly, by the Testimony of Cicero
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Errors of Certain Philosophers, and of the Sun and Moon
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Precepts of Plato, and Censures of the Same
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The System of Plato, Which Would Lead to the Overthrow of States
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Antipodes, the Heaven, and the Stars
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Fortune Again, and Virtue
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Socrates Had More Knowledge in Philosophy Than Other Men, Although in Many Things He Acted Foolishly
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
How Little the Precepts of Philosophers Contribute to True Wisdom, Which You Will Find in Religion Only
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Of True Religion and of Nature. Whether Fortune is a Goddess, and of Philosophy
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
It is Divine Instruction Only Which Bestows Wisdom; and of What Efficacy the Law of God is
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Learning Philosophy, and What Great Qualifications Are Necessary for Its Pursuit
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book III, Chap. XXX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Conclusion of the Things Before Spoken Which Alone Are Virtue and Happiness
Book III - The Teaching Function of the Church
Book I, Preface
   contains the canon law concerning   
What Great Value the Knowledge of the Truth is and Always Has Been
Book I - Of the False Worship of the Gods
Book IV, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Former Religion of Men, and How Error Was Spread over Every Age, and of the Seven Wise Men of Greece
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Wisdom and Religion Cannot Be Separated: the Lord of Nature Must Necessarily Be the Father of Every One
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Where Wisdom is to Be Found; Why Pythagoras and Plato Did Not Approach the Jews
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Word of God
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chapter IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Wisdom Likewise, and Religion, and of the Right of Father and Lord
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Almighty God Begat His Son; and the Testimonies of the Sibyls and of Trismegistus Concerning Him
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Birth of Jesus in the Spirit and in the Flesh: of Spirits and the Testimonies of Prophets
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Name of Son, and Whence He is Called Jesus and Christ
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Oracles of the Prophets Must Be Looked Into; and of Their Times, and the Times of the Judges and Kings
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Advent of Jesus; Of the Fortunes of the Jews, and Their Government, Until the Passion of the Lord
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Cause of the Incarnation of Christ
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Birth of Jesus from the Virgin; of His Life, Death, and Resurrection, and the Testimonies of the Prophets Respecting These Things
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Jesus, God and Man; and the Testimonies of the Prophets Concerning Him
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Priesthood of Jesus Foretold by the Prophets
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Death, Burial, and Resurrection of Jesus; and the Predictions of These Events
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Lord’s Passion, and That It Was Foretold
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Superstitions of the Jews, and Their Hatred Against Jesus
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Passion of Jesus Christ; That It Was Foretold
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Life and Miracles of Jesus, and Testimonies Concerning Them
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Departure of Jesus Into Galilee After His Resurrection; and of the Two Testaments, the Old and the New
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Ascension of Jesus, and the Foretelling of It; and of the Preaching and Actions of the Disciples
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Arguments of Unbelievers Against the Incarnation of Jesus
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Giving Precepts, and Acting
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Overthrowing of the Arguments Above Urged by Way of Objection
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Christian Religion, and of the Union of Jesus With the Father
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Advent of Jesus in the Flesh and Spirit, That He Might Be Mediator Between God and Man
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Cross, and Other Tortures of Jesus, and of the Figure of the Lamb Under the Law
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Hope and True Religion, and of Superstition
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Wonders Affected by the Power of the Cross, and of Demons
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book IV, Chap. XXX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Avoiding Heresies and Superstitions, and What is the Only True Catholic Church
Book IV - Function of the Church
Book V, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Truth of the Christian Doctrine, and the Vanity of Its Adversaries; and That Christ Was Not a Magician
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What an Extent the Christian Truth Has Been Assailed by Rash Men
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Non-condemnation of Accused Persons Without a Hearing of Their Cause
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Why This Work Was Published, and Again of Tertullian and Cyprian
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Crimes of the Wicked, and the Torture Inflicted on the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chapter XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Increase and the Punishment of the Christians.
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
After the Banishment of Justice, Lust, Unjust Laws, Daring, Avarice, Ambition, Pride, Impiety, and Other Vices Reigned
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Coming of Jesus, and Its Fruit; and of the Virtues and Vices of That Age
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Justice Known to All, but Not Embraced; of the True Temple of God, and of His Worship, That All Vices May Be Subdued
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
There Was True Justice Under Saturnus, but It Was Banished by Jupiter
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
False Piety, and of False and True Religion
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Cruelty of the Heathens Against the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
True Virtue; and of the Estimation of a Good or Bad Citizen
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Fortitude of the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Virtue and the Tortures of Christians, and of the Right of a Father and Master
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Folly, Wisdom, Piety, Equity, and Justice
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Duties of the Just Man, and the Equity of Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Equity, Wisdom, and Foolishness of Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Justice, Wisdom, and Folly
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Justice and Patience of the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Rage of the Demons Against Christians, and the Error of Unbelievers
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Divine Vengeance Inflicted on the Torturers of the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of Other Gods and the True God, and of the Animals Which the Egyptians Worshipped
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book V, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Vanity and Crimes, Impious Superstitions, and of the Tortures of the Christians
Book V - The Temporal Goods of the Church
Book VI, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Ways, and of Vices and Virtues; and of the Rewards of Heaven and the Punishments of Hell
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of False Gods and the True God
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Ways of Life, of Pleasures, Also of the Hardships of Christians
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of the True God, and of Innocency, and of the Worship of False Gods
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Law and Precept of God; of Mercy, and the Error of the Philosophers
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
False and True Virtue; and of Knowledge
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Chief Good and Virtue, and or Knowledge and Righteousness
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Errors of Philosophers, and the Variableness of Law
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Of the Way of Error and of Truth: That It is Single, Narrow, and Steep, and Has God for Its Guide
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Repentance, of Mercy, and the Forgiveness of Sins
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Kinds of Beneficence, and Works of Mercy
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Persons Upon Whom a Benefit is to Be Conferred
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Affections, and the Opinion of the Stoics Respecting Them; and of Virtue, the Vices, and Mercy
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Affections and Their Use; and of the Three Furies
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion Towards God, and Mercy Towards Men; and of the Beginning of the World
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Affections, and the Opinion of the Peripatetics Respecting Them
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Affections, and the Refutation of the Opinion of the Peripatetics Concerning Them
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Some Commands of God, and of Patience
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
She Affections and Their Use; of Patience, and the Chief Good of Christians
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
De Tactus Voluptate Et Libidine, Atque De Matrimonio Et Continentiâ
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Pleasures of Taste and Smell
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Pleasures of the Ears, and of Sacred Literature
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Repentance, of Pardon, and the Commands of God
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Senses, and Their Pleasures in the Brutes and in Man; and of Pleasures of the Eyes, and Spectacles
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VI, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Sacrifice, and of an Offering Worthy of God, and of the Form of Praising God
Book VI - Sanctions in the Church
Book VII, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of the Philosophers, and of the Divine Wisdom, and of the Golden Age
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Nature, and of the World; and a Censure of the Stoics and Epicureans
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That All Things Were Created for Some Use, Even Those Things Which Appear Evil
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The World, and Those Who Are About to Believe, and Those Who Are Not; and in This the Censure of the Faithless
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Immortality of the Soul, and of Virtue
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Creation of Man, and of the Arrangement of the World, and of the Chief Good
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Immortality of the Soul
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Variety of Philosophers, and Their Truth
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The World and Man Were Created. How Unprofitable is the Worship of False Gods
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul, and the Testimonies Concerning Its Eternity
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul and the Body, and of Their Union and Separation and Return
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Last Times, and of the Soul and Body
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The First and Last Times of the World
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Advent of Christ to Judgment, and of the Overcoming of the False Prophet
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Devastation of the World and Change of the Empires
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Vices and Virtues, and of Life and Death
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Devastation of the World, and Its Prophetic Omens
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The False Prophet, and the Hardships of the Righteous, and His Destruction
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Fortunes of the World at the Last Time, and of the Things Foretold by the Soothsayers
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of the Poets, and the Return of the Soul from the Lower Regions
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Resurrection of the Soul, and the Proofs of This Fact
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Torments and Punishments of Souls
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Renewed World
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Judgment of Christ, of Christians, and of the Soul
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
An Encouragement and Confirmation of the Pious
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Loosing of the Devil, and of the Second and Greatest Judgment
Book VII - Processes
Book VII, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Last Times, and of the City of Rome
Book VII - Processes
Elucidations, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Divine and Human Wisdom
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Condition of the Beasts and Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Good and Evil Things in Human Affairs, and of Their Author
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Introduction, and Exhortation to Demetrianus
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Production of the Beasts and of Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Truth and Its Steps, and of God
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
God and His Affections, and the Censure of Epicurus
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Weakness of Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Providence of God, and of Opinions Opposed to It
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Senses and Their Power
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Figures and Limbs of Animals
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Error of Epicurus, and of the Limbs and Their Use
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
All the Parts of the Body
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Parts of Man: the Eyes and Ears
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Man, and the Brute Animals, and Religion
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That God is Angry
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Opinion of the Stoics Concerning God; of His Anger and Kindness
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
God, and That the One God, and by Whose Providence the World is Governed and Exists
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
De Utero, Et Conceptione Atque Sexibus.
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Advantage and Use of the World and of the Seasons
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Lower Members
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Intestines in Man, and Their Use
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religion and the Fear of God
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Unknown Purpose of Some of the Intestines
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Why God Made Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul and Body, and of Providence
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul, and It Given by God
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Origin of the World, and the Nature of Affairs, and the Providence of God
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Outer Limbs of Man, and Their Use
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
God, and His Anger and Affections
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
God, His Care and Anger
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Punishment of Faults, That It Cannot Take Place Without Anger
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul and the Mind, and Their Affections
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Soul, and the Opinion of Philosophers Concerning It
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Mind and Its Seat
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Voice
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Whence Sins Extended to Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Himself and the Truth
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Anger of God and Man
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Anger of God and the Punishment of Sins, and a Recital of the Verses of the Sibyls Respecting It
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Sins, and the Verses of the Sibyls Respecting Them Recited
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
Elucidations, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Offences, and the Mercy of God
Elucidations - A Treatise on the Anger of God Addressed to Donatus
The Epitome, Chap. I.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Divine Providence
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. III.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Testimonies of the Poets Concerning the One God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. II.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That There is but One God, and That There Cannot Be More
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. IV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Testimonies of the Philosophers to the Unity of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. IX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Disgraceful Deeds of the Gods
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Death of Christ on the Cross
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Hope of the Salvation of Men Consists in the Knowledge of the True God, and of the Hatred of the Heathens Against the Christians
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Reasons of the Hatred Against the Christians Are Examined and Refuted
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Freedom of Religion in the Worship of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Ways of Life, and the First Times of the World
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Heathens Charge Justice With Impiety in Following God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The True Worship of God, and Sacrifice
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Wisdom and Foolishness
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Justice, Which is the Worship of the True God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. L.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Why God Assumed a Mortal Body, and Suffered Death
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Duties of Justice
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Shows Are Most Powerful to Corrupt the Minds
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Restraining the Pleasures of the Senses
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Of the Passions
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Passions Are to Be Subdued, and We Must Abstain from Forbidden Things
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the World Was Made on Account of Man, and Man on Account of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Faith in Religion, and of Fortitude
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The World, Man, and the Providence of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Repentance, the Immortality of the Soul, and of Providence
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Precepts About Those Things Which Are Commanded, and of Pity
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Christ Descending from Heaven to the General Judgment, and of the Millenarian Reign
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Hope of Safety is in the Religion and Worship of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Last Times
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. LXX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Immortality of the Soul is Confirmed
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. VIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Æsculapius, Apollo, Mars, Castor and Pollux, and of Mercurius and Bacchus
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. VII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Wicked Life and Death of Hercules
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. VI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Since God is Eternal and Immortal, He Does Not Stand in Need of Sex and Succession
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. V.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That the Prophetic Women—that Is, the Sibyls—declare That There is but One God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Actions of Jupiter Are Related from the Historian Euhemerus
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Poets Do Not Invent All Those Things Which Relate to the Gods
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Actions of Saturnus and Uranus Taken from the Historians
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Various Emblems Under Which the Poets Veiled the Turpitude of Jupiter
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. X.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Jupiter, and His Licentious Life
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XL.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Foolishness of the Philosophers
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Name of Jesus Christ, and His Twofold Nativity
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Religious Wisdom: the Name of Christ Known to None, Except Himself and His Father
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
True Religion and Wisdom
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Twofold Nativity of Christ is Proved from the Prophets
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That God is One Only
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Disinheriting of the Jews, and the Adoption of the Gentiles
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Resurrection of Jesus Christ, the Sending of the Apostles, and the Ascension of the Saviour Into Heaven
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
It is Proved from the Prophets That the Passion and Death of Christ Had Been Foretold
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XLV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Power and Works of Christ Are Proved from the Scriptures
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Gods Peculiar to the Romans
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Gods and Sacred Rites of the Barbarians
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Sacred Rites Introduced by Faunus and Numa
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Sacred Rites of the Roman Gods
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Origin of Sacred Rites and Superstitions
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Patience and Providence of God
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Golden Age, of Images, and Prometheus, Who First Fashioned Man
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Creation, Sin, and Punishment of Man; and of Angels, Both Good and Bad
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Demons, and Their Evil Practices
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Worship of the Elements and Stars
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
False Wisdom
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
What is the Chief Good to Be Sought in Life
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Sects of Philosophers, and Their Disagreement
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Knowledge and Supposition
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXIV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Men Are Born to Justice
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXIX.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Various Philosophers, and of the Antipodes
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXVIII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Plato, Whose Doctrine Approaches More Nearly to the Truth
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXVII.
   contains the canon law concerning   
Socrates and His Contradiction
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXVI.
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Philosophers,—namely, Epicurus and Pythagoras
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Epitome, Chap. XXXV.
   contains the canon law concerning   
That Immortality is the Chief Good
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes
The Preface
   contains the canon law concerning   
The Plan and Purport of the Whole Epitome, and of the Institutions
The Epitome of the Divine Institutes


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