Book Five Of Justice
He could not therefore after death be believed to be a god, because it was evident that he was both a man and a magician; and for this reason he affected(1) divinity under the title of a name belonging to another, for in his own name he was unable to attain it, nor did he venture to make the attempt. But he of whom we speak(2) could both be believed to be a god, because he was not a magician, and was believed to be such because he was so in truth.
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