Ante-Nicene Trinitarianism

1) The Teaching of the Twelve Apostles chs. 1-3 & 7, in The Ante-Nicene Fathers, Eerdmans, Grand Rapids, 1970, VII:377-79. 2) Constitutions of the Holy Apostles V:1:7, in The Ante-Nic. Fath. VII:4 3) Justin Martyr: First Apology, chs. 6 & 67,  in The Ante-Nic. Fath. I:164 & 185f. 4) Theophilus: To Autolycus, chs. 10-11 & 15,  in The Ante-Nic. Fath. II:98 & 100f. 5) Irenaeus: Against Heresies, III:11:7-8 & III:15:3 to 17:2 & III:18:6 & III:20:1-6 and V:8:1. 6) Clement of Alexandria: Stromata, V:14, in The Ante-Nic. Fath. II:468. 7 ) Tertullian: Against Praxeas, chs. 2 & 9 & 11 & 12 & 18 & 25f & 30f, in Ante-Nic. Fath. III:598f & 603f & 606f. 8) Hippolytus: Against the Heresy of one Noëtus, 1 & 3 & 8 &14; in Anti-Nic. Fath. V:223-28. 9) Origen: Against Celsus V:37 and De Principis, I:3:7-8. 10) Cyprian’s Epistle LXXII:1-5 (Oxford’s LXXIII). 11) Cyprian’s Treatise I:7. 12) The Seventh Council of Carthage under Cyprian, in Ante-Nic. Fath., V:565-69. 13) Novatian: Treatise concerning the Trinity, in Ante-Nic. Fath., V:611-44. 14) Treatise against the Heretic Novatian by an Anonymous Bishop, 7 — in Ante-Nic. Fath., V:658. 15) Treatise on Rebaptism by an Anonymous Writer, 3 & 15 & 19 — in Ante-Nic. Fath., V:657-77. 16) Gregory Thaumaturgus: A Sectional Confession of Faith, 1 & 4-5 & 9-14 & 18-23; and also in his On the Trinity  — in Ante-Nic. Fath., VI:40-46. 17) Gregory Thaumaturgus: Fragment from the Discourse, in Ante-Nic. Fath., VI:48-49. 18) Early Liturgies, in Ante-Nic. Fath. VII pp. 534 & 561-63 & 570 19) Ib., pp. 533 & 537-50.