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Even upon the word, as delivered by them unto others, he put those characters of divine truth, holiness, and power, as rendered it axiopiston, "worthy to be believed," and not to be rejected without the highest sin by them unto whom it came.
The difficulty is increased when we compare these two passages with a third (II.p. 335): 'Andrew of Cæsarea, in the preface to his Commentary on the Apocalypse, mentions that Papias maintained' the credibility '[Greek: to axiopiston] of that book, or in other words, its Apostolic origin ....
([Greek: to axiopiston]) of that book, or in other words, its