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R37. Anonymus

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This chapter presents the talk between a Priest and a Knight. They discuss the supremacy of the Pope over the King. The Priest concise arguments for the Pope, the Knights responded with extensive speeches and numerous quotations from the Bible. The Knight argues that the Pope could not exercise any worldly power, since Peter was used before resurrection of Jesus as Vicar. Then the priest said that the injustice is a sin and the Pope could rule on sin. In response, the Knight differs between sin and injustice. The Priest argued that the secular power is to be spiritually assumed. The King could require control of the Church, because the King protects the Church. The last point raised is whether the Emperor has sovereignty over the King. The conversation ends abruptly with the last speech of the Knight. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: injustice; Knight; Pope; Priest; resurrection of Jesus

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