Anf-01 ii.ii.xxxiv Pg 5 and cried, Holy, holy, holy, [is] the Lord of Sabaoth; the whole creation is full of His glory.”143
Dan. vii. 10.
Anf-01 ix.iii.viii Pg 11—then, according3022
Dan. vii. 10, agreeing neither with the Greek nor Hebrew text.
3022 This clause is exceedingly obscure. Harvey remarks upon it as follows: “The reasoning of Irenæus seems to be this: According to the Gnostic theory, the Æons and angels of the Pleroma were homogeneous. They were also the archetypes of things created. But things created are heterogeneous: therefore either these Æons are heterogeneous, which is contrary to theory; or things created are homogeneous, which is contrary to fact.” to them, the angels of the Pleroma will have as images the angels of the Creator, and the entire creation remains in the image of the Pleroma, but so that the thirty Æons no longer correspond to the manifold variety of the creation.