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Hyppolitus
The refutation of all heresies

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   Book, Chapter
1 I, 2 | likewise said that the soul is immortal, and that it subsists in 2 I, 16| the will of God they are immortal, (maintaining this) in the 3 I, 16| soul to be uncreated and immortal, when he uses the following 4 I, 16| following words, "Every soul is immortal, for that which is always 5 I, 16| which is always moved is immortal;" and when he demonstrates 6 I, 17| For Plato affirms it to be immortal, but Aristotle that it involves 7 I, 17| soul of the entire world is immortal, and that the world itself 8 I, 23| most beauteous of the gods immortal,~Chasing care away from 9 V, 1 | comes) mother, two names immortal, progenitors of Aeons, O 10 V, 2 | every generation below, but immortal that which is begotten above, 11 V, 3 | being born again become immortal and abide for ever in great 12 V, 4 | nothing of existing things, immortal or mortal, animate or inanimate, 13 VI, 20| of this world) and become immortal, when we are separated from 14 VI, 21| passions (of the body); and immortal, if it succeeds in escaping 15 VI, 27| is, the Ogdoad, it became immortal and repaired to the Ogdoad, 16 VII, 15| the nature of remaining immortal in this (region) only, continue ( 17 VII, 17| asserts that they are two immortal and unbegotten principles, 18 VII, 17| souls, because they are immortal, and live for lengthened 19 VII, 17| are two (gods) which are immortal, unbegotten, (and) continually 20 VIII, 5 | Mother, this (is) Father--two immortal names. As an illustration, 21 IX, 4 | ungenerated; mortal and immortal; reason, eternity; Father, 22 IX, 5 | he asserts that what is immortal is mortal, and that what 23 IX, 5 | and that what is mortal is immortal, in the following expressions: " 24 IX, 5 | mortal, and mortals are immortal, that is, when the one derive 25 IX, 5 | unbegotten and begotten, immortal and mortal. How shall not 26 IX, 22| again, and that it will be immortal, in the same manner as the 27 IX, 23| flesh, and that soul is immortal, and that there will be 28 X, 22| and unbegotten, mortal and immortal. These have taken occasion 29 X, 23| subject to suffering, and is immortal when He does not suffer 30 X, 28| formed of one substance were immortal, for in their case dissolution 31 X, 30| And thou shalt possess an immortal body, even one placed beyond


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