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The Church History of Eusebius.: Chapter XIV
Chapter XIV.—The False Prophets of the Phrygians.
The enemy of Gods Church, who is emphatically a hater of good and a lover of evil, and leaves untried no manner of craft against men, was again active in causing strange heresies to spring up against the Church. 1564 For some persons, like venomous reptiles, crawled over Asia and Phrygia, boasting that Montanus was the Paraclete, and that the women that followed him, Priscilla and Maximilla, were prophetesses of Montanus. 1565
Cf. Bk. IV. chap. 7, note 3.229:1565
On Montanus and the Montanists, see chap. 16.
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