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R7 humana extantem scribebam ex humana tantum T Kroy. extantem humana A Oeh. ex humana XB. zr et factis tântum AT Oeh. Kro7. tantummodo et factis XB. oN THE FLESH OF CHRTST progf o! our 37 rher Christ himself also was celesdal, yer in earthly flesh, as are those who are classed with him. 9 My next contention is that nothing that is derived from something else, though it be other than that from which it is derived, case existence as one thing derived from another. Yet what is blood but reddened water, and what is flesh but earth transformed into shape¡ still its own?

Inquire then to what things he did refer: and if you presume you have discovered them, can any of them be so foolish as belief in God who was born, born moreover of a virgin, born with a body of flesh, God who has wallowed through those reproaches of nature? Let someone say these are not foolish things: suppose it to be other things which God has chosen for opposition to the wisdom of the world-and yet, the professors of this world's wisdom find it easier to believe that Jupiter became a bull or a swan than Marcion finds it to believe that Christ veritably became men.

ET lDE CARNE CHRISTI 34 competisse, debeo eos de sua Parature repercutere. angelum quendam inclitum nominant qui mundum hunc instituerit et ro instituto eo paenitentiam admiserit. et hoc suo loco trectavimusnam est nobis et ad illos libellus-an qui spiritum et voluntatem et virtutem Christi habuerit ad ea opera dignum aliquid paenitentia fecerit. eum angelum etiam de figura erraticae ovis interpre- tantur. teste igitur paenitentia institutoris sui peccatum erit ,J mundus, siquidem omnis paenitentia confessio est delicti quia locum non habet nisi in delicto.

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