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  • v. set apart from others


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  • IX. xx.: houtoi hoi en pollois kai poikilais pragmateiais empephurmenoi ou kollōntai tois doulois tou theou, all 'apoplanōntai (“These, being involved in many different kinds of occupations, do not cleave to the servants of God, but go astray”); IX. 26: genomenoi erēmōdeis, mē kollōmenoi tois doulois tou theou, alla monazontes apolluousi tas heautōn psuchas (“Having become barren, they cleave not to the servants of God, but keep apart and so lose their own souls”).

    The Mission and Expansion of Christianity in the First Three Centuries


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