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

OF this Clement there is one epistle extant, acknowledged as genuine, of considerable length, and of great merit, which he wrote in the name of the church at Rome, to that of Corinth, at the time when there was a dissension in the latter. This we know to have been publicly read for common benefit, in most of the churches, both in former times and in our own; and that at the time mentioned a sedition did take place at Corinth, is abundantly attested by Hegesippus.








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