Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Ser. II, Vol. X:
Early Church Fathers
Dogmatic Treatises, Ethical Works, and Sermons.: Book III.
Next: Chapter I. Statement of the reasons wherefore the matters, treated of shortly in the two former, are dealt with more at length in the three later books. Defence of the employment of fables, which is supported by the example of Holy Writ, wherein are found various figures of poetic fable, in particular the Sirens, which are figures of sensual pleasures, and which Christians ought to be taught to avoid, by the words of Paul and the deeds of Christ.
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