3.14.1 “Since you know my decision, allow all who wish to enter the church to do so without hinderance. If I find out that you have hindered any who lay claim to the ecclesiastical faith or have prevented such ones from entering, I will immediately send someone to depose you by my command and banish you from the region.”

In a similar way he wrote to Bishop Alexander on behalf of Arius:


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