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Clement on Romans 8:38 & 39

It is inevitable, then, that those who confess themselves to belong to Christ, but find themselves in the midst of the devil’s works, suffer the most hostile treatment. For it is written, ‘ Lest he deliver thee to the judge, and the judge deliver thee to the officers...
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Clement Of Alexandria on Women: A few more thoughts

Sunday, Michael Bird posted on Clement of Alexandria’s views on women and concluded that Clement “does have a view of “equality” in the spiritual sphere and especially in martyrdom that stands out against Graeco-Roman views of women as ontologically inferior” although saying he would or does support women’s...
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Athanasius on the Empire of God

3. And like when a great king has entered into some large city and taken up his abode in one of the houses there, such a city at all events held worthy of high honor, nor does any enemy or bandit any longer descend upon it and subject...
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