It is as Justin Martyr saith, food made up all of thanksgiving.
Nor is this the only singularity in Justin Martyr's quotations.
Justin Martyr and Clement of Alexandria vigorously extended them.
Thus Justin Martyr speaks of his appearance as ignoble and uncomely.
Justin Martyr speaks of the fable of the Phoenix as an incontrovertible truth.
His references to Justin Martyr and Papias seem less than ingenuous.
Early writings, for example, the Apologia of Justin Martyr, 100?
Justin Martyr identifies the gardens of Alcinos with Paradise.
Justin Martyr had told the story before; but Baronius himself was obliged to detect this fable.
Justin Martyr and other Christian Fathers wrote against him.