Please note the ones who don't, and that would not include writers who actually don't quote the verse.
I plan to include those who do not quote Romans 9:5 in any way. That might include Gregory Nazianzen.
As for those who use the verse and do not say "Christ is God over all", it seems to be more common in the Ante-Nicene era. Which is understandable, because there was not a Nicean band-wagon effect.
In fact, you would apparently consider most of those writers as heretics, since they were far from your Orthodox Christianity, with various subordinist views, plus the monarchians, etc.
I will ask you again. Was Irenaeus a heretic?
Try not to do an evasion this time. Thanks.