Contains translations of selections taken from Jerome's letters 33, 61, and 84. In the first selection, Jerome includes Origen's commentary on Ephesians in a list he gives of Origen's writings on the New Testament. In the second and third selections, Jerome refers to his own commentary on Ephesians as proof that, while he admires Origen's Biblical interpretation, he has never embraced those doctrines of Origen considered heretical.
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