Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers, Ser. II, Vol. X:
Early Church Fathers
Dogmatic Treatises, Ethical Works, and Sermons.: Book IV.
Next: Chapter I. The marvel is, not that men have failed to know Christ, but that they have not listened to the words of the Scriptures. Christ, indeed, was not known, even of angels, save by revelation, nor again, by His forerunner. Follows a description of Christ's triumphal ascent into heaven, and the excellence of its glory over the assumption of certain prophets. Lastly, from exposition of the conversation with angels upon this occasion, the omnipotence of the Son is proved, as against the Arians.