A rubric notes that he speaks contemptuously of Christ ("despectiue loquens de Christo" ): Contra ilium regulum, contra nature paruulum iube
, pater, filium hoc inire prelium.
Besides these, Hombert also considers the famous prayer of Confessions Book X: Da quod iubes
quod vis, which is effectively a practical application of I Corinthians 4:7, showing that it appears as early as 386-87, in the Soliloquies, and continued to be quoted down to the De dono preseverantiae, De praedestinatione sanctorum and the Opus Imperfectum (table pp.
It is, however, worth noting thai in Tom Jones, the first line of Aeneas' tale of Troy's fall, infandum, regina, iubes
renovare dolorem (Aen.