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“We have actually Christian writers, in East and West, such as Arnobius, and to some extent Lactantius and Julius Africanus, who show that they are only half instructed in the Faith.”
“Latin Christian writing was dominated by North Africans such as Arnobius (fl. 295) and Lactatius (c.”
“- Arnobius ca. 300, Against the Heathen, ANF 6: 415.”
“In 303, Christian writer Arnobius ridiculed the idea of celebrating the birthdays of gods, which suggests that Christmas was not yet a feast at this time.”
“Seven Sacraments; when Arnobius could ask, Quid Deo cum vino est? and when Justin, fearing the charge of Polytheism, could expressly declare the inferior nature of the Son to the Father.”
“Theodoret, Arnobius, &c. of the beauty of his divinity, justice, grace, eloquence, &c. Thomas in Psal.xliv. of both; and so doth”
“Victorinus, in hunc modum loquutus est Arnobius, &c. 101.”
“Their gods overcame our gods, did as many miracles, &c. Saint Cyril, Arnobius, Minutius, with many other ancients of late, Lessius, Morneus, Grotius de Verit.”
“Minutius Felix, so Victorinus, thus far Arnobius: I cite and quote mine authors (which, howsoever some illiterate scribblers account pedantical, as a cloak of ignorance, and opposite to their affected fine style, I must and will use) sumpsi, non suripui; and what Varro, lib.”
“Cyprian, Arnobius, and Lactantius, a fourth-century Christian poet who wrote on the dignity of man, conceived of personal moral meliorism as reform.”
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