In those days, one of our presbyters was infected with the poisonous malice of the Sadducees, saying that in the future there would be no [bodily] resurrection.
A dispute arose. Gregory of Tours and the presbyter quote the Bible extensively to prove their points. Eventually, the presbyter is convinced of the bodily resurrection.
Saddened by the things [Gregory said], the presbyter left our sight, promising to believe in the resurrection, according to the Holy Scriptures which we have quoted above.
(trans. Thorpe 1974: 560 and 566, altered and summarised by J. Szafranowski)