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

THIS bishop was so favourably disposed towards Origen, that he then called him to the regions in which he dwelt, to benefit the churches; at another time he went to visit him in Judea, and passed some time with him there, for the sake of improvement in divine things. Moreover Alexander, the bishop of Jerusalem, and Theoctistus, bishop of Cæsarea, attending him the whole time nearly like pupils their master, allowed him alone to perform the duties of expounding the sacred Scriptures, and other matters that pertain to the doctrines of the church.








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