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The Gaelic Maundeville (Author: John Maundeville)

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They believe in the three Persons of the Trinity, but they do not believe in one Person. They say that God hath speech and that unless He spake He would be dumb, and that there is a spirit in Him, and unless there were He would not be alive. And they believe that all the good that ever hath been done, and that ever may be done has come from the mouth of God, and they believe it was God that sent the angel to Mary to tell her that He had taken Jesus Christ for His son.