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R15. Anonymus / Moneta Cremonensis Op, † Um 1260

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This chapter is a part of the 119 works from the corpus of the Latin dialogues of the Middle Ages presented in this book Lateinische Dialoge 1200 -1400. It presents the title, incipit and explicit as well as information on author, date, textual transmission, editions and a summary of the contents of the dialogue concerning predestination, as discussed in chapter 3.2 of this book. This dialogue is between the Catholics and Manicheans. The discussion revolves around the question of whether the bread and wine may be really the body and blood of Christ. The Manicheans leads to especially biblical quotations used to disprove the real presence. This manuscript has edited excerpts from the summation of Moneta of Cremona (written about 1241) and is available in three manuscripts together with the Disputatio inter Catholicum et Paterinum hereticum. The original text of the chapter is in German.

Keywords: blood of Christ; body of Christ; Catholics; Latin dialogues; Manicheans; Middle Ages; Moneta of Cremona



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