Nicene and Post-Nicene Fathers: Series I/Volume IV/Donatist Controversy/On Baptism/Book III/Chapter 8

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Chapter 8.—11.  Likewise Felix of Buslacene said:  "In admitting heretics without the baptism of the Church, let no one prefer custom to reason and truth; because reason and truth always prevail to the exclusion of custom."[1]  Nothing could be better, if it be reason, and if it be truth; but this we shall see presently.  Meanwhile, it is clear from the words of this man also that the custom was the other way.


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  1. Conc. Carth. sec. 63.