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The Clementine Homilies by Unknown

Chapter XLI.--|Status Quæstionis.|

Then said Simon: |You are manifestly avoiding the hearing of the charge from the Scriptures against your God.| Then Peter: |You yourself appear to me to be doing this; for he who avoids the order of inquiry, does not wish a true investigation to be made. Hence I, who proceed in an orderly manner, and wish that the writer should first be considered, am manifestly desirous to walk in a straight path.| Then Simon: |First confess that if the things written against the Creator are true, he is not above all, since, according to the Scriptures, he is subject to all evil; then afterwards we shall inquire as to the writer.| Then said Peter: |That I may not seem to speak against your want of order through unwillingness to enter upon the investigation, I answer you. I say that if the things written against God are true, they do not show that God is wicked.| Then said Simon: |How can you maintain that?|
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