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On going up to the excellence of his other virtues, he compassionate —he lying exposed slain, it — for, besides was singularly commiserated the occurrence, and suspended his journey for some time, from a desire to discharge the due offices to the dead.
THE EMPRESS EUDOCIA. Theodosius also espoused Eudocia, who had viously participated in the saving baptism nian by birth, and distinguished by poetic beauty of person through ; princess Pulcheria. whom, when pre- an Athe- ; skill and the offices of his sister, the By her he had a daughter Eudoxia, she had reached a marriageable age, the for which Rome to the emperor Valentinian afterwards espoused; purpose he made a voyage from the elder city of Constantine. At a subsequent period, when Eu- docia was pursuing a journey to the holy city of Christ our God, she also visits this place ; and concluded an address to our people with the following verse, 'Tis from your blood in allusion to the colonies * Horn.
XI,] mercy unutterable and unsearchable scheme of God's to man, and to revere and exalt to the utmost, it our opinions are SAvayed in this or that direction and : none of those who have been the authors of vnth. heresies among Christians, did they intention; nor was blasphemy the from the truth fall first a in desire to dishonour the Deity, but rather from an idea which each entertained, that he should improve upon his predecessors doctrines. by upholding such and such Besides, all parties agree in a confession which embraces the essential points ; for a Trinity is the single object of our worship, and unity the com- who plex one of our glorification, and the Word, God begotten before the worlds, and became flesh a second birth in mercy to the creature and : if is by new opinions have been broached on other points, these also have arisen from the freedom granted to our will by our Saviour God, even on these subjects, in order that the holy catholic and apostolic church might be the more exercised in bringing opposing opinions into captivity to truth and and piety, at one smooth and straight path.