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An Ecclesiastical History To The 20th Year Of The Reign Of Constantine by Eusebius

As the enemy of the church of God is the great adversary of all goodness, and the promoter of evil, and since he omits no method of plotting against men, he was active again in causing new heresies to spring up against the church. Some like venomous reptiles crept over Asia and Phrygia, pretending that Montanus was the Paraclete, but that the two women who followed him, Priscilla and Maximilla, were prophetesses of Montanus.








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