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Arguments of the Emperor Julian Against the Christians

by Thomas Taylor

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Translated from the Greek Fragments preserved by Cyril, Bishop of Alexandria, to which are added Extracts from the Other Works of Julian Relative to the Christians by Thomas Taylor. "The knowledge of the Gods is Virtue, Wisdom, and Perfect Felicity, and Makes Us Resemble the Gods." "I rejoice in the opportunity which is now afforded me of printing this translation of the extracts from a lost work of Julian against the Christians; conceiving that it may be the means of benefitting a certain few, who though they have been educated in stupid opinions, have abandoned them, and who, if properly instructed in, would immediately embrace the genuine religion of mankind.

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