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R3. Ps. Iacobus de Paradiso Ocarth ( Jakob von Paradies / Jakob von Jüterbog), 1381–1465

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This chapter presents information on the manuscripts on Christ's question to Cain and the dialogue between the Christ and Cain presented in chapter 6 of this book Lateinische Dialoge 1200 -1400. The text is in the manuscripts in Dillingen and Wolfenbüttel delivered along with works of Jacob of paradise. There is no evidence of the author. The text begins with a brief narrative. It shows how Cain's assertion in hell regarding sinners' repentence and how Christ countered the distinction between two forms of repentance: abhorrence of sin and fear of punishment. Cain's argument regarding the Bible, his statements, his legal arguments are also present in the manuscript. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: Cain; Christ; Dillingen; Jacob of paradise; sinners' repentence; Wolfenbüttel

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