Ante-Nicene Fathers/Volume VI/Peter of Alexandria/Fragments from the Writings of Peter/Part 3

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III.—On the Advent of Our Saviour.[1]

And He said unto Judas, “Betrayest thou the Son of God with a kiss?”[2] These things and the like, and all the signs which He showed, and His miracles, prove that He is God made man. Both things therefore are demonstrated, that He was God by nature, and that He was man by nature.


Footnotes[edit]

  1. A fragment from the homily. Apud Leontium Byzant., lib. i., contra Nestor. et Eutych., tom. i. Thes. Canis., p. 550.
  2. Luke xxii. 48.