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A History Of The Church In Seven Books by Socrates

WHAT sort of a character the monk Antony was, who lived in the same age, in the Egyptian desert, it would be superfluous for us to describe; and how he openly contended with devils, clearly detecting their devices, and wily modes of warfare; or to enumerate the many miracles he did: for Athanasius bishop of Alexandria has anticipated us, having devoted an entire book to his biography. The mention of his name among others, will however serve to show the abundance of good men that flourished contemporaneously with the emperor Constantine.








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