Chapter 26.—34. A few things still remain to be noticed in the epistle to Jubaianus; but since these will raise the question both of
the past custom of the Church and of the baptism of John, which is wont to excite no small doubt in those who pay slight attention
to a matter which is sufficiently obvious, seeing that those who had received the baptism of John were commanded by the apostle
to be baptized again
they are not to be treated in a hasty manner, and had better be reserved for another book, that the dimensions of this may
not be inconveniently large.