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

“WE justly cherish an aversion to the Novation,” says he, “by whom the church is split asunder; and some of the brethren have been drawn into impiety and blasphemy; and most nefarious doctrine has been introduced respecting; God; and our most gracious Lord and Saviour Christ has been calumniated as devoid of compassion; which also, beside all this, sets aside the holy baptism, and overturns the faith and confession that precede it, and totally drives away the Holy Spirit from themselves, should there happen to be any hope yet, that he would remain or return to them.”








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