Origen however is dissatisfied with any view of the extent of the garden of Eden, corresponding to that which I have taken.
It is significant that Butler begins his work with a quotation from Origen.
The partisans of Origen in Palestine and the neighbouring countries rose.
It was the practice, then, in Origen's day, to baptize infants.
Origen was quite as independent a thinker as Plotinus; but both drew from the same tradition.
Origen, Jerome, Augustine, and Bernard seek diligently for allegories.
Long, therefore, before his death flourished Origen, one of the most celebrated lights of the primitive Church.
Herennius was the first one to break it, and Origen followed his example.
Origen, in the beginning of the third century, seems to have known nothing of them.
Origen merely speaks of him as figuratively called the fish.