Society Religion and Spirituality Christianity Church History Early Christian Writings Origen Works
Crombie-Cairns translation, from the Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol. 4, American edition. Each of eight books in its own HTML file, with notes and links to previous, next, table of contents.
Examines Celsus' arguments against the Christians, stated in his book Alethes Logos, along with Origen's outlook on philosophy and the pagan world.
A Letter to Gregory Thaumaturgus
Origen urges Gregory to use his secular learning, particularly philosophy, in the service of Christianity, after the figure of the Israelites spoiling the Egyptians for treasures which they later transformed into sacred furnishings and vessels for the service of the living God. F. Crombie translation, from Ante-Nicene Fathers, vol. 4, American edition.
Preface to Book III of the Peri Archon
Origen's translator Rufinus announces his decision not to set down in his translation objectionable passages, but to pass them over as not genuine but inserted by others.
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