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It is, especially if we are mindful of our situation as simul iustus et peccator.
She pays particular attention to a document, known most conveniently as Witoldes sache, in which Vytautas asserts that he is a good Christian and rex iustus et pacificus against charges that he was either a usurper or an aggressor.
19: Non enim sic est Deus misericors, ut iniustus sit; nec sic iustus, ut misericors non sit ("God is not merciful in a way that that he would be unjust; nor is he just in a way that he would not be merciful" [my translation]).
619) and his deputy bishops, Mellitus and Iustus, to the clergy of Ireland, partly cited by Bede in his eighth-century Historia ecclesiastica, demonstrates that the Continental experience with Columbanus certainly reflected back on the views of the Irish in general, both in Ireland and abroad:
MARTIN LUTHER, WHO HAD HIS OWN STRUGGLES with the papacy, believed that all Christians were both sinners and saints (simul iustus et peccator).
Secunda: Quid iustus hic promeruit quod crucifigi debuit?
Athanasia Spiliopoulou Akermark, JUSTIFICATIONS OF MINORITY PROTECTION IN INTERNATIONAL LAW, 21, Iustus Forlag Uppsala (1997).
It is Christians, not "humans," whom Luther understands as simul iustus et peccator (Q70).
The word justice is derived from the Latin iustus, and this, in turn, from ius, which means what is just, what is due, and consequently, the right.
The achievement in the main section of the Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification" was to reread remembered history together in order to show how differences of theological expression are complementary rather than contradictory and how the Annex reflects the remembering of a forgotten history whereby the churches came to agreement on simul iustus et peccator, (88) In remembering differently, both sides could declare that past condemnations do not apply to the current teaching of the other.
Si Judaeos dixerint; Patriarchae pecora paverunt: si Graecos, quos etiam paganos dicimus; etiam philosophos multum sibi honorabiles sutores habuerunt: si Ecclesiam Dei; homo ille iustus et ad testimonium conjugalis semper mansurae virginitatis electus, cui desponsata erat virgo Maria, quae peperit Christum, faber fuit.
Rahner's article, when read through the lens of the old model of oppositional dialogue, appears to outline two reasons why Catholics must reject the formula simul iustus etpeccator, while also seeking to describe the level of convergence or consensus that may exist.