The defender as the accuser argues the written law and proves the law with the books of the law or argues the law with examples of works already done. If the law were not written, thus the law would not be argued. The defender as the accuser knows that the law is but fault. And the law has to be renewed or make effort to remember the law. Even more, the law is because of the few evil who hurt or who injure or who even murder the many who are good. Thus, he who argues the law as the word is because the arguer as the accuser believes the law as the word as law and as fault, and believes not through faith of God or the love of God toward the rest.
He who argues the law argues the law for fault as he who argues the word argues the word because he believes the word to be written law, and does not believe the word through faith of God or love of God.