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Translated by J. E. Ryland
Against Tatian, who says that the words, Let there be light, are to be taken as a prayer. If He who uttered it knew a superior God, how is it that He says, I am God, and there is none beside me?
He said that there are punishments for blasphemies, foolish talking, and licentious words, which are punished and chastised by the Logos. And he said that women were punished on account of their hair and ornaments by a power placed over those things, which also gave strength to Samson by his hair, and punishes those who by the ornament of their hair are urged on to fornication.CLEM. ALEX.: Frag.