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33 Article by François Vandenbroucke, "Discernement des esprits, III. , 15 vols. (Paris, 1937-67) 3: 1263. -1446)," Bibliothèque de l'Ecole des Chartes 93 (1932): 208-66. 35 Coville, "Versailles," pp. 210-12. Page 13 later, he was a man of about fifty years, who had spent fully half his life studying theology, who, as a participant at the council of Constance, was well-versed in the heresy cases of John Huss and Jerome of Prague, and who likely had followed the controversies surrounding the recanonization of St.
40 Finally, an incident described at the nullification trial by Seguin Seguin, if true, gives a measure of the simplicity, sincerity, and credulousness of Versailles's faith. 41 Many people believed in similar marvels circulating about Joan, but this episode shows the faith inspired by hopefulness of an experienced theologian. Gerson had expressed the opinion in De probatione that no one was capable of discerning spirits from his mere knowledge of Scripture alone. The individual needed to have personal experience with the emotions of the soul.
According to Marcellin Fornier's summaries, the correspondence with Gelu proceeds in the following manner: Girard offers ample declaration of the wonder [prodige] which presented itself as Joan, maiden [pucelle], from the region of Vaucouleurs, raised among sheep, age 16, whom certain men [gentilshommes] had introduced to the king, who was reduced to the final phases of [all] the misfortune that he could anticipate. . . Theologians, and three professors, independently examined her and heard her answers on aspects of the faith, and on the subject of the sacraments, and about [her] habits, [which answers were] so pertinent that men were only able to judge her taking into account divine power and the marvel emanating from the hand of God.