1. Mt. 5:48
2. According to Romanides, eudaemonia is the self-centered quest for happiness. F. Copleston says that the system of ethics of Aquinas is a combination of Aristotelian eudaemonism and the Christian West's teaching of the beatific vision of the divine essence (Aquinas, p. 133).
3. He is speaking of the Platonic forms or ideas.
4. Tatian maintains that demons "introduced fate" to mankind.
5. Job 1:9-10
John S. Romanides, The Ancestral Sin, Zephyr Publishing, pp. 106, 107.