CAUSE OF GOD AND TRUTH.
Chapter 2—Of Redemption
Section 24—Didumus Alexandrinus. A.D. 370.
Didymus of Alexandria was blind from his childhood, so that he never learned letters, and yet was a perfect master of logic and geometry; he was living in the fourteenth year of Theodosus, A.D. 329, being then above eighty-three years of age; he was the author of many things, and among the rest of a treatise concerning the Holy Spirit,translated into Latin by Jerom; in which he says indeed, that Christ tasted death for all;and that he vouchsafed to come down on earth for the salvation of all; but then he explains these all of the children of God and believers in Christ; for citing Isaiah 63:8, which he thus renders, "He is made salvation to them,that is," says he, "to them, of whom the,Lord says Are not my people children? And they will not prevaricate;for because they do not prevaricate, nor have despised the Father, he is made salvation to them; or because they are called children,he is made the cause of salvation to them." And a little after, "He is made the occasion of eternal salvation, cunctis qui in eum credunt,‘to all that believe in him;' and he is the Savior of the world, who came to seek what was lost."
 Hieron. Catalog. Script. Ecclesiastes No. 119, fol. 101, G.
 Didymus de Spiritu Sancto, 1. 2, fol. 181, C, inter opera Hieron tom. 9.
 Ibid. 1. 3, fol. 183. E.
 Ibid. A.