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" Barbarians, in that they have introduced many gods that are made ; and some of them they have represented as male and some of them as female ; and in such a way that some of their gods were found to be adulterers and murderers, and jealous and envious,... "
The Apology of Aristides on Behalf of the Christians: From a Syriac Ms ... - Page 24
by Aristides - 1891 - 118 pages
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The Story of Barlaam and Joasaph: Buddhism & Christianity

Kenneth Somerled Macdonald - Barlaam and Joasaph - 1895 - 336 pages
...because they are wiser than they whom they call Barbarians, have erred even more than the so called Barbarians, in that they have introduced many gods...some were made subject to men, and some went off in flight, and some were stolen by men ; and lo ! some of them were wept and bewailed by men : and some,...
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The Story of Barlaam & Joasaph: Buddhism & Christianity

1895 - 376 pages
...have erred even more than the so called Barbarians, in that they have introduced many gods that arc made ; and some of them they have represented as male...some were made subject to men, and some went off in flight, and some were stolen by men ; and lo ! some of them were wept and bewailed by men : and some,...
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The Review of the Churches, Volume 1

Christian union - 1892 - 460 pages
...envious and jealous, and angry and passionate, andjnurderers of fathers, and thieves and plunderers. Ard they say that some of them were lame and maimed, and some of them wizards, and some utterly mad." The whole Apology written, as it was, sixty years after St. Paul's death, and twenty-five...
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Apologetic Discourse and the Scribal Tradition: Evidence of the Influence of ...

Wayne Campbell Kannaday - Religion - 2004 - 289 pages
...distinction between the Christian god from the anthropomorphic deities of Greek myths—he reports, "And they say that some of them were lame and maimed; and some were wizards, and some utterly mad." 120 Aristides was therefore attempting to contrast his god with...
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Texts and Studies

American Academy for Jewish Research - 1941 - 650 pages
...and some of them as female ; and in such a way that some of their gods were found to be adult้rera and -* murderers, and jealous and envious, and angry...some of them were lame and maimed ; and some of them 25 wizards, and some of them utterly mad ; and some of them played on harps ; and some of them wandered...
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