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Hyppolitus
The refutation of all heresies

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expedient

   Book, Chapter
1 I, prooe| in nothing. Now it seems expedient, even at the expense of 2 I, 23 | declared. It seems, however, expedient, that first explaining the 3 IV, 2 | present, as it has seemed expedient, prove the astrological 4 IV, 42 | in order not to omit any expedient practised by the magicians, 5 IV, 42 | course of inquiry), it seems expedient that, by means of a compendious 6 IV, 46 | clear to the readers, it is expedient also to declare the opinions 7 IV, 51 | Greeks from Egypt, it seems expedient not to omit even this, but, 8 IV, 51 | in four books; it seems expedient to proceed to a consideration 9 V, 5 | unknown Gnosis, it seemed expedient likewise to adduce the following 10 V, 9 | OWN BOOKS.~It seems, then, expedient to set forth a certain one 11 V, 12 | these persons, it appears expedient to subjoin the following 12 V, 13 | peculiar venom, it seems expedient to advance no further statement 13 V, 18 | a long journey deems it expedient, on having fallen in with 14 V, 21 | men. (And she adopted this expedient) in order that, as she had 15 V, 23 | Justinus, it appears likewise expedient in the following books to 16 VI, 2 | SIMON MAGUS.~It seems, then, expedient likewise to explain now 17 VI, 2 | that silly Simon, it seems expedient to furnish an explanation 18 VI, 16 | stranger. Wherefore, it appears expedient that we should commence 19 VI, 22 | symbols, it seems likewise expedient to remind (the reader) of 20 VI, 24 | productive, it seemed to Him expedient at one time to generate 21 VI, 27 | the Pleroma, it appeared expedient to them not only by a conjugal 22 VI, 32 | It therefore seems also expedient, that having explained his 23 VI, 50 | it does not appear to me expedient to bring them before (the 24 VII, 1 | readers is to adopt a similar expedient, viz., either on account 25 VIII, 1 | blindness, it seems to us expedient in no wise to be silent 26 VIII, 10 | into order by the following expedient. As He gazed (upon matter) 27 IX, 1 | entire world. For it seems expedient that we, making an onslaught 28 IX, 3 | their genealogy, it seems expedient next that we should also 29 IX, 3 | Philosophumena, it nevertheless seems expedient now also to set down side 30 IX, 12 | that it has not appeared expedient to quote more of their formularies, 31 IX, 20 | speak unless it will appear expedient to the nine. And they are 32 IX, 25 | among the Jews, it seems expedient likewise not to pass over 33 X, 5 | But since it so appears expedient, let us begin first from


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