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A History Of The Church In Seven Books by Socrates

THE emperor Valens, little affected by the calamities produced by the famine, went to Antioch in Syria, and during his residence there cruelty persecuted such as would not embrace Arianism. for not content with ejecting out of almost all the churches of the East those who maintained the Homoousian opinion, he inflicted on them various punishments besides. A greater number even than before were bereft of their lives by many different kinds of death, but especially by being drowned in the river.








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