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and Zeus,(26) or that the strife and combat of the gods(27) was caused by Themis and Zeus, we shall not commend him. Nor again, must we allow the youth to hear what Eschylus says:
'When God would whelm a house in utter ruin,
Himself among its members guilt implants.' (28)
But if any one is telling in verse the sorrows of Niobe, which is the subject of the poem in which these iambics are found, or the woes of the Pelopidx, or the tale of Troy,(29) or something else of the kind, either we must not permit him to say that these are the works of God, or if they are of God, the poets must find an explanation akin to that which we are now seeking, and must say that God did what was just and right, and the sufferers were punished for their good ; but we must not permit the poet to say that those who pay the penalty are wretched, and God was the author of their misery. But if he should say that the wicked, because they are miserable, deserved chastisement, and that in paying the penalty they are receiving good at the hand of God, we should permit the assertion; but as for the statement that God who is good becomes the author of evil to any one, this we must by all means deny absolutely ; nor must we permit any one in his own State, if it is to have good laws, whether

26. Iliad, iv, 68.
27. Iliad, xx, i-30.
28. Fragment of a lost tragedy.
29. " Presenting Thebes or Pelops' line,
Or the tale of Troy divine."

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