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You created human beings, gave them free will, established them in paradise, imposed a command on them, and threatened them with justly deserved death if they should violate it. There was nothing that you failed to do for them, no one can demand more of you. Yet they sinned. The human race became a solid mass of sinners, deriving from the original sinners. If, then, you were to damn this entire mass of iniquity, would anyone have the right to say to you, “You have acted unjustly”?

Enarrationes in psalmos 70, S 1,15