Anf-01 ix.iv.xii Pg 43 but set aside at once both the Gospel and the prophetic Spirit. Wretched men indeed! who wish to be pseudo-prophets, forsooth, but who set aside the gift of prophecy from the Church; acting like those (the Encratitæ)3463
John xiv. 16, etc.
3463 Slighting, as did some later heretics, the Pauline Epistles. who, on account of such as come in hypocrisy, hold themselves aloof from the communion of the brethren. We must conclude, moreover, that these men (the Montanists) can not admit the Apostle Paul either. For, in his Epistle to the Corinthians,3464
Anf-01 v.xvii.ii Pg 7 For “there is also,” saith [the Scripture], “one Spirit,”1311
i.e., “Advocate” or “Comforter;” comp. John xiv. 16.
Anf-03 v.ix.ix Pg 7 thus making the Paraclete distinct from Himself, even as we say that the Son is also distinct from the Father; so that He showed a third degree in the Paraclete, as we believe the second degree is in the Son, by reason of the order observed in the Economy. Besides, does not the very fact that they have the distinct names of Father and Son amount to a declaration that they are distinct in personality?7866
John xiv. 16.
7866 Aliud ab alio. For, of course, all things will be what their names represent them to be; and what they are and ever will be, that will they be called; and the distinction indicated by the names does not at all admit of any confusion, because there is none in the things which they designate. “Yes is yes, and no is no; for what is more than these, cometh of evil.”7867
Anf-03 v.ix.xxv Pg 3 but in what way He is another we have already shown,8112
John xiv. 16.
8112 See above ch. xiii. “He shall receive of mine,” says Christ,8113
Npnf-201 iii.x.ii Pg 23
Treasury of Scriptural Knowledge, Chapter 14
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:14; 16:26,27; 17:9-11,15,20 Ro 8:34 Heb 7:25 1Jo 2:1