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cts%u201CA large part of such interpretation was inherited ctsHe expresses faith in their power to do this, thus showing that he still held to the fundamental features of the pagan system, and made them the basis of his theory of Christian baptism. ctsMy incensed wine to Jove, an offering.%u2019 cts
diamonds!%u201CThe apostasy of the Church of Rome will be more apparent when we reflect that the character of the mediation which Romanism ascribes to its saints is precisely the same as that which heathenism ascribes to its demi-gods diamonds!Of another oracle Jamblicus says: diamonds!In dividing i
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