Aristocritus a Manichaean author, of whom nothing is known except that he wrote a book entitled Theosophia. His name is only mentioned in the Greek form of abjuration (ap. Cotelier, :Patres. Apost. i, 544), which states that he endeavored in this work to prove that Judaism, Paganism, Christianity, and Manichaeism were one and the same religion; and that, to deceive Christian readers, he occasionally attacked Manes with vehemence. See Beausobre, Hist. du Manich. i, 435;

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