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Alexander of Lycopolis


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Photius (c. 810—895) Byzantine scholar and patriarch of Constantinople

 

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(3rd cent.),

writer against Manichaeism. He praises the simplicity and efficacy of Christian philosophy and contrasts it with the illogical and contradictory doctrines of Manichaeism.

Subjects: Christianity.


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