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

OF these translators it should be observed that Symmachus was an Ebionite. The heresy of the Ebionites, as it is called, asserts that Christ was born of Joseph and Mary, and supposes him to be a mere man, and insists upon an observance of the law too much after the manner of the Jews, as we have already seen in a previous part of our history. There are also commentaries of Symmachus still extant, in which he appears to direct his remarks against the gospel of Matthew, in order to establish this heresy. But Origen remarks that he received these with interpretations of others, from one Juliana, who, he also said, derived them by inheritance, from Symmachus himself.








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