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This chapter is regarding the text on the conflict between God and the devil, i.e. the debate of the devil against Christ. The content in this chapter concerns the discussions presented in chapter 6 of this book Lateinische Dialoge 1200 -1400. The author is Keine Hinweise. In the text, the Decretum of Gratian (ca. 1140) is quoted. The content describes how the devil appears before God and asks for an appointment for a trial that is scheduled. He does not want God as judge, because the charges are against his son, Jesus Christ. The original content of this chapter is in German. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: devil; God; Jesus Christ; Keine Hinweise



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