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TERTULLIAN

Whatever in times past(1) we have wrought in opposition to Marcion, is
from the present moment no longer to be accounted of.(3) It is a new
work which we are undertaking in lieu of the old one.(4) My original
tract, as too hurriedly composed, I had subsequently superseded by a
fuller treatise. This latter I lost, before it was completely
published, by the fraud of a person who was then a brother,(5) but
became afterwards an apostate. He, as it happened, had transcribed a
portion of it, full of mistakes, and then published it. The necessity
thus arose for an amended work; and the occasion of the new edition
induced me to make a considerable addition to the treatise. This
present text,(6) therefore, of my work--which is the third as
superseding(7) the second, but henceforward to be considered the first
instead of the third--renders a preface necessary to this issue of the
tract itself that no reader may be perplexed, if he should by chance
fall in with the various forms of it which are scattered about.

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