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A History Of The Church In Five Books by Theodoret

VETRANION, who was noted for possessing every virtue, was bishop of all the cities of Scythia. Being filled with divine zeal, he rebuked Valens for having corrupted the doctrines of the faith, and for having unjustly persecuted the saints; and repeated to him in a loud voice the following words of the most holy David, “I shall speak of thy testimonies before kings, and shall not be ashamed” (Ps. 119:46).








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