Dictionary of Christian Biography and Literature to the End of the Sixth Century A.D., with an Account of the Principal Sects and Heresies.
terms beginning with
Oceanus, a Roman of noble birth
Olympias, the younger
Optatus, bp. of Milevis
Origenes, known as Origen
Seen, for example, in one like St. Paul, of whom Celsus took no notice (i. 63).
Not specially mentioned, but Origen's usage is decisive as to the position he assigned to it. The tacit omission well illustrates the danger of trusting to negative evidence.
The statement of Tarinus (Philoc. p. 683) that Origen wrote a commentary on the Shepherd is a false deduction from the word διηγούμεθα (ib. i. p. 22, 11).
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