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Fragment VII.

But if it (the flesh) did not become of like nature with that (the deity), neither shall it ever become of like natural energy with that; that He may not be shown to have His energy unequal with His nature, and heterogeneous, and, through all that pertains to Himself, to have 234entered on an existence outside of His natural equality and identity,17651765    φυσικῆς ἔξω γεγονὼς ἰσότητος καὶ ταυτόητος. which is an impious supposition.


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