Bertoldus (2)

Bertoldus (surnamed Borbach), an impious wretch, who appeared about 1359, taught (1) that Jesus Christ, in dying, had carried his impatience even to the length of despairing of salvation, and had heaped maledictions on the head of his mother and on the earth which drank in his blood; (2) that a layman, illuminated, could preach more effectually than the Gospel; (3) that a devout person might receive as much grace by eating ordinary food as by receiving the blessed sacrament.

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