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A PHILOSOPHIC MISSIONARY - DION CHRYSOSTOM

and please the Divine.' To these four instruments of revelation Dion adds the philosophers. He then proposes to discuss how some of these witnesses agree, and whether they have helped or harmed religion, and proceeds to examine Phidias.

SUPPOSE one were first to examine before the tribunal of Greece Phidias, that cunning and divine creator of this august and supremely beautiful work of art, i and were to say to him, 'Best of artists, no one will deny that you have created for all the Greeks and foreigners, who have come to Olympia so often and in such numbers, a pleasant and delectable sight, a vision of endless delight. It would dazzle the brute creation, could they see it, and make the bulls who year by year are brought to this altar willing to submit to the sacrifice, if that could please the God ; it would make eagles, horses, and lions subdue their savage and untamed passion, and keep utter quiet, delighted by what they saw. Even a man whose soul was utterly burdened, who had drained in his life the cup of sorrow and misfortune and had not closed his eyes in sleep, will forget, when he stands opposite this statue, all the terrors and hardships of human life. Such is the vision you created and wrought,
Truly killer of pain is the drug, and of anger and every evil ; such is the brilliance and grace with which your art has clothed it. But now let us ask if it was the just shape and fitting form of the Divine nature that you wrought. The issue at stake is, as you see, no small one. For you, by the power of your art, conquered first Greece and then the rest of the world with this divine and bright vision which you have shown them, so that no one who has seen it could easily form another conception of God.' Perhaps Phidias would reply as follows (he was not tongue-tied, nor the child of a tongue-tied city,?, and he was the intimate friend of Pericles) :` Fellow Greeks, there is indeed no greater issue than this. It is a question, not of the government or presidency of a single city, but of God, the

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