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And a man’s last state becomes. It is better not to know the way of truth than after knowing it to turn back again. Blessed. Here Mary is praised, who bore Our Lord. In this the depravity of the Jews present [at the miracle] as well as of future heretics who deny Christ’s true humanity is confounded, because against the blaspheming Jews the speaker confesses that Christ is the Son of God and witnesses that he is a true son of a human being, of the same nature as his mother. ” And the breasts.
Wenzel, Collections, – . -M. Charland, Artes Praedicandi: Contribution à l’histoire de la rhétorique au moyen âge (Paris: De Vrin, ). James J. Murphy, Rhetoric in the Middle Ages: A History of Rhetorical Theory from Saint Augustine to the Renaissance (Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press, ), – . • [ ] Jesus was casting out a demon, and that was mute, Luke , and in today’s gospel. ” Whence the Apostle says in his epistle to the Corinthians : “No one can say ‘Lord’ except in the Holy Spirit” [ Corinthians : ].
And this is the tongue of the perfect. The second kind is human, which always speaks of the world and of things that belong to our human needs; John [: ]: “You who are of this world,” etc. “They speak of the world, and the world hears them” [ John : ]. And that is the tongue of the imperfect. ” That tongue also customarily sows discord, for the devil himself sowed discord between himself and God, and further between God and man. And nowadays he frequently sows discords between people, and this is the tongue of backbiters and slanderers.
A practical guide for the writing of the Greek accents by A. J. Koster