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Commentary On The Gospel According To Saint John Volumes 1&2

Was therefore the Mystery of Christians, so adorable and great, an image or shadow, or rather an imagination or phantom: or was it verily real? And did Manes, that lover of heathendom, and a guilty wretch too, as well as ungodly, indeed make no mistake, no not at all; but is it rather we who err, in reasoning thus against these men? But these things are not so: God forbid. Let them rather be “cast away on some mountain far off, or to the waves,” as some say. For not in vain do we believe that He was a Man, that is, one Who in everything was like ourselves, sin only excepted.

CHAPTERS IN THE NINTH BOOK

1.              That by reason of the identity of Their Nature, the Son is in the Father, and the Father again is in the Son.








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