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Pseudo-Justin's De Resurrectione: Athenagoras or Hippolytus?

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Against the opinion of Martin Heimgartner, who ascribes the Pseudo-Justin de resurrectione to Athenagoras, Dr. Wealey argues that Hippolytus is more likely to be its author.

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2006-11-01
2016-09-25

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