Orosius gives an account about the assembly concerning Pelagius which was presided over by Bishop John of Jerusalem in July 415. Then he continues:
7. However, forty-seven days later, when I approached Bishop John on the first day of the Festival of Dedication to pay my respects, as I have been accustomed to do ever since my arrival, in response to my greeting I immediately received from him the brand of a false accusation. For he said to me, "Why do you, as a man who has blasphemed, come before me?"— wishing, I believe, to be understood as meaning, "Do not touch me because I am pure and without sin." But since I was not conscious of any guilt, I asked, "When did anyone hear anything or what kind ofthing was said that it could be regarded as blasphemy?" The bishop replied, "I myself heard you say that not even with God's assistance can a person be without sin." Now, most reverend fathers, as you are my witnesses, and as it has been witnessed by all of our brothers and those saintly men as well who are standing as my supporters in this testimony out of their love for the truth, I responded immediately, saying that such a declaration as now has been asserted by the bishop to have been made by me, never in the past came out of my mouth. [...]
He continues his apology against John.
(trans. Hanson 1999: 122)