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Pearse has an interest in manuscripts and the transmission of texts from antiquity and making such material available online.

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Chromatius' Prologue to the Tractatus in Mattheum, translated into English

Against the Synousiasts

Introduction to the Oxford Movement translation of Cyril of Alexandria's works against Nestorius

English translation of the Scholia on the incarnation

English translation of "That Christ is One"

Sermon on the Star falsely attributed to Eusebius of Caesarea, in English translation

ECF: Hegesippus
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Hermias: Satire on pagan philosophers

Ad Hedibiam. Letter 120, on questions about the bible

John Chrysostom, Four discourses, chiefly on the parable of the Rich man and Lazarus.

The "Marcionite" prologues to St. Paul's Letters, and the "Anti-Marcionite" prologues to the Gospels.

The second and third letters of Nestorius to Pope Celestine, in English translation

Manuscripts of the Apology of Nestorius

ECF: Origen: On Prayer
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ECF: Origen: Philocalia
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The Lausiac History by Palladius

English translation of the Enchirion of St. Augustine

The Acts of the Apostles Translated from the Codex Bezae with an Introduction on its Lucan Origin and importance

A hitherto unpublished prologue to the acts of the apostles, probably by Theodore of Mopsuestia

English translations of selected fathers of the church that are out of copyright but not found in the 39 volume collection of Ante-Nicene, Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers

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