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This index presents a list of biblical sources that occur in this book titled Marriage Advice for a Pope. Hostiensis's rationalization of the Verum exception was more clever than convincing: it involved a rhetorical sleight of hand in conflating the marital bond of an unconsummated marriage with the bond of love between the just soul and God that it signified. Thirteenth-century theologians strove to extrapolate from canon law a systematic and coherent theory of marriage based on the principles of consent and indissolubility.

Keywords: Pope; thirteenth-century theologians



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