Pamphilus

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Born
January 1, AD 240
Died
February 16, AD 309
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Origen, Manichaeism, Theology, Doctrinal, Arianism, Alexandrian school, Christian,
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Saint Pamphilus (latter half of the 3rd century – February 16, 309), was a presbyter of Caesarea and chief among Catholic Biblical scholars of his generation. He was the friend and teacher of Eusebius of Caesarea, who recorded details of his career in a three-book Vita that has been lost.

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