Augustinus, De Consensu Evangelistarum 1.22.30
Yet Varro, one of themselves - to a more learned man they cannot point - thought the God of the Jews to be the same as Jupiter, thinking that it makes no difference by which name he is called, so long as the same thing is understood. I believe that he did it being terrified by his sumlimity. Since the Romans habitually worship nothing superior to Jupiter, a fact attested well and openly by their Capitol, and they consider him the king of all the gods, and as he preceived that the Jews worship the highest God, he could not but identify him with Jupiter.
שם היצירה באנגלית: On the Harmony of the Evangelists
אוגוסטינוס מצטט את וארו.
Stern, Menahem. 1974. Greek and Latin Authoes on Jews and Judaism. Vol. 1. Jerusalem: Keterpress Enteprises. p. 210.
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