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goodnesses 3
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goodwill 29
gospel 185
gospeler 1
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185 ceremonial
185 declares
185 effected
185 gospel
184 circumcision
184 contempt
184 contra
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gospel

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | contrary, It is written in the Gospel of St. John (Jn. 4:24): ~" 2 2, 70 | war was ~waged against the Gospel of God, is opposed to peace. 3 2, 91 | between the Law and the Gospel - fear ~and love."~Aquin.: 4 2, 93 | which is the law of the Gospel. Of the sixth law which 5 2, 94 | contained in the Law and the Gospel." But this is not common 6 2, 94 | 16), "all do not obey the gospel." ~Therefore the natural 7 2, 94 | contained in the Law and the Gospel belongs to the natural law, 8 2, 94 | contained in the Law and the ~Gospel," adds at once, by way of 9 2, 103 | ceremony of the Law. But the Gospel commands the leper, who 10 2, 103 | miracles, the Law and the Gospel were ~concurrent, since 11 2, 103 | the ~publication of the Gospel, during which the legal 12 2, 103 | until the publication of the Gospel, during which the legal ~ 13 2, 103 | also, when the truth of the Gospel teaching was divulged, ~ 14 2, 104 | the promulgation of the Gospel. On ~the other hand, the 15 2, 106 | 1/1 - OF THE LAW OF THE GOSPEL, CALLED THE NEW LAW, CONSIDERED 16 2, 106 | consider now the Law of the Gospel which ~is called the New 17 2, 106 | is just the same as the Gospel. But the Gospel is set forth 18 2, 106 | same as the Gospel. But the Gospel is set forth in writing, ~ 19 2, 106 | therefore the law of the Gospel were ~instilled in our hearts, 20 2, 106 | Further, the law of the Gospel is proper to those who are 21 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Gospel writings contain only such 22 2, 106 | regard to the intellect, the ~Gospel contains certain matters 23 2, 106 | eternal salvation." But ~the Gospel does not always cause men 24 2, 106 | 16): "All do not obey the Gospel." Therefore the New Law 25 2, 106 | I am not ashamed of the ~Gospel: for it is in the power 26 2, 106 | Therefore the Law of the Gospel justifies.~Aquin.: SMT FS 27 2, 106 | element in the ~Law of the Gospel. There is the chief element, 28 2, 106 | as are ~contained in the Gospel. Wherefore the letter, even 29 2, 106 | the letter, even of the Gospel would ~kill, unless there 30 2, 106 | Therefore the Law of the Gospel should have been given from 31 2, 106 | Tim. 2:4), ~commanded the Gospel to be preached in all places, 32 2, 106 | Therefore the Law of the Gospel should ~have been at hand 33 2, 106 | said (Mt. 24:14): "This Gospel of the kingdom ~shall be 34 2, 106 | consummation come." But the Gospel of Christ is already preached ~ 35 2, 106 | yet come. ~Therefore the Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel 36 2, 106 | Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel of the kingdom, but ~another 37 2, 106 | the kingdom, but ~another Gospel, that of the Holy Ghost, 38 2, 106 | comparison with the ~state of the Gospel; so is the present state 39 2, 106 | of the preaching of ~the Gospel: "The kingdom of heaven 40 2, 106 | absurd to say that the Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel 41 2, 106 | Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel of the kingdom. ~But the 42 2, 106 | But the preaching of the Gospel of Christ may be understood 43 2, 106 | of Christ: and ~thus the Gospel was preached throughout 44 2, 106 | Secondly, the preaching of the Gospel may be understood as extending ~ 45 2, 106 | Hesychius (Epist. cxcix), the Gospel is not preached to the ~ 46 2, 107 | difference between the Law and Gospel" [*The ~'little difference' 47 2, 107 | Master Himself shows in the Gospel: both because He worked 48 2, 107 | those contained in the Gospel. Now the ~greater cannot 49 2, 107 | corn, i.e. the Law of the Gospel." Hence then ~the New Law 50 2, 107 | says of the yoke of the Gospel: "For My yoke is sweet and 51 2, 108 | For the New Law is the Gospel of the kingdom, ~according 52 2, 108 | according to Mt. 24:14: "This Gospel of the kingdom shall be 53 2, 108 | also in this respect the Gospel is called the ~"law of liberty" [* 54 2, 108 | should be forbidden in ~the Gospel of the kingdom. On the other 55 2, 108 | for the preaching of the Gospel throughout the whole ~world. 56 2, 108 | ordained ~nothing in the Gospel, except in the matter of 57 2, 108 | whom the teaching of the Gospel was to be promulgated, ~ 58 2, 108 | fulfil the teaching of the Gospel; viz. by ~imploring the 59 2, 108 | should be contained in the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] A[ 60 2, 1 | heard the preaching of the ~Gospel. Now, when once Christ was 61 2, 3 | known the mystery of the gospel." Now it belongs to fortitude, 62 2, 10 | faith, as the truth of ~the Gospel was not yet made manifest: 63 2, 10 | confess their belief in the Gospel, and resist that faith by 64 2, 10 | have never accepted ~the Gospel faith. Since, however, they 65 2, 10 | latter have not accepted the Gospel faith in any way at all.~ 66 2, 15 | both in the teaching of the Gospel and in that of the apostles.~ 67 2, 25 | whom I have begotten in the Gospel, than if I had begotten 68 2, 31 | fulfil this saying of the Gospel: 'If thy brother sin against ~ 69 2, 38 | sought salutary advice in the Gospel would rather ~have been 70 2, 41 | uprightly unto the ~truth of the Gospel, I said to Cephas," i.e. 71 2, 41 | give ~any hindrance to the Gospel of Christ" as we read 1 72 2, 53 | to do in preaching the ~Gospel." Secondly, solicitude about 73 2, 54 | Further, the teaching of the Gospel contains the Law especially ~ 74 2, 54 | Now the teaching of the ~Gospel contains a precept of prudence ( 75 2, 54 | OBJ 2: The teaching of the Gospel is the doctrine of perfection. ~ 76 2, 54 | wherefore it behooved the Gospel ~teaching to contain precepts 77 2, 56 | 9:16, ~"If I preach the Gospel, it is no glory to me, for 78 2, 64 | Hence in the parable of the Gospel (Mt. 13:44) it is said of 79 2, 76 | especially in the state of the Gospel, whereto ~all are called. 80 2, 79 | 9:16, "If I preach the ~Gospel, it is no glory to me: a 81 2, 81 | chief food: thus ~in the Gospel of Matthew we read, "supersubstantial," 82 2, 81 | to live according to ~the gospel need not adjure another, 83 2, 82 | spiritual truth of the Gospel, according to which "a sacrifice 84 2, 84 | bound, at the time of the Gospel, to observe the ~ceremonial 85 2, 85 | precept, was given in the Gospel by our Lord when He said ( 86 2, 85 | to ~whom he preached the Gospel, lest he should occasion 87 2, 85 | occasion a hindrance to the ~Gospel of Christ [*1 Cor. 9:12]. 88 2, 87 | customary to swear by the Gospel, by relics, and by the ~ 89 2, 87 | truth. Thus we swear by the Gospel, i.e. by God Whose truth 90 2, 87 | truth is made known ~in the Gospel; and by the saints who believed 91 2, 88 | to live ~according to the Gospel should not adjure another 92 2, 88 | For if, according ~to the Gospel mandate of Christ, it be 93 2, 91 | 14) says that "after the Gospel truth had been preached 94 2, 93 | tell ~fortunes from the Gospel pages, though it is to be 95 2, 94 | passage in ~writing from the Gospel. Yet is not the Gospel read 96 2, 94 | the Gospel. Yet is not the Gospel read in church and heard ~ 97 2, 94 | where is the power of the Gospel? In the shapes of the letters ~ 98 2, 95 | journey," etc. says: "The ~Gospel precept points out what 99 2, 96 | wherefore seemingly the Gospel order should be followed, 100 2, 96 | because if it did, the Gospel order would not apply to ~ 101 2, 98 | given to them: yet the ~Gospel is not for sale, nor is 102 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 3: The law of the Gospel is the law of love, and 103 2, 106 | properly belong to the ~Gospel, ought not to be terrorized 104 2, 108 | sin in the writing of the Gospel. Yet they seem to ~have 105 2, 108 | contained either in the Gospel or in any canonical Scripture, 106 2, 108 | variously reported in the Gospel and other ~sacred writings 107 2, 115 | De Offic. i) that "the Gospel contains ~many instances 108 2, 115 | inculcated." Now in the ~Gospel nothing is taught that does 109 2, 183 | means in ~preaching the Gospel, this would be a work of 110 2, 183 | were obliged to preach the Gospel without having means of ~ 111 2, 185 | he had of ~living by the Gospel. The Apostle had recourse 112 2, 185 | to those who preach the Gospel in payment of their labor 113 2, 185 | religious to preach the Gospel, but chiefly to prelates ~ 114 2, 185 | that they who preach the Gospel should live by the ~Gospel." 115 2, 185 | Gospel should live by the ~Gospel." Hence Augustine says ( 116 2, 185 | becoming to preachers of the Gospel to live on alms, as stated 117 2, 186 | bidden to do in preaching the Gospel." Yet the possession of ~ 118 2, 186 | if it be argued from the Gospel that they ~should lay nothing 119 2, 187 | that "it ~is written in the Gospel according to the Hebrews 120 3, 1 | times and places as His Gospel was not ~preached He foresaw 121 3, 5 | the trustworthiness of the Gospel story is undermined. For 122 3, 5 | overcome on this point by the Gospel witness, they ~went on to 123 3, 5 | because it runs counter to the Gospel ~story, which relates how 124 3, 12 | the wise reply." Hence the Gospel goes on to say that "all 125 3, 27 | the infant. Hence in the ~Gospel it is written, not that 126 3, 27 | expressly said (of John) in the Gospel that "he shall be ~filled 127 3, 29 | more in keeping with the Gospel narrative.~ 128 3, 31 | at the very outset of his Gospel, beginning with ~Abraham 129 3, 37 | given to Christ. For ~the Gospel reality should correspond 130 3, 37 | who denied that ~in the Gospel Christ preached the God 131 3, 38 | and the beginning of the ~Gospel. Therefore it was in his 132 3, 38 | the apostles to preach the Gospel to the Gentiles before His ~ 133 3, 40 | four books of the Holy Gospel: since ten multiplied by 134 3, 41 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, the gospel narrative seems to be false. 135 3, 42 | preached the ~[Vulg.: 'this'] gospel, not where Christ was named, 136 3, 43 | the disciples preached the Gospel, not some few ~like those, 137 3, 45 | is the authority of the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 138 3, 45 | is the authority of the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 139 3, 51 | says (De Civ. Dei i): "The Gospel mentions as praiseworthy 140 3, 55 | Accordingly one reads in the Gospel that after the first day 141 3, 64 | unto me if I preach not the gospel." ~Sometimes also on account 142 3, 66 | consecrated by the words of the Gospel." Consequently the cause 143 3, 66 | prescribed by Christ in the Gospel was observed in its integrity, 144 3, 66 | Bishop Gaudentius: "The Gospel precept given by our Lord 145 3, 67 | deacon's duty to preach the ~gospel. Therefore it seems that 146 3, 67 | deacon's duty to read the Gospel in church, and ~to preach 147 3, 67 | teach, i.e. to expound the Gospel, is ~the proper office of 148 3, 67 | baptize, but to preach the Gospel." And the reason for ~this 149 3, 69 | In Christ Jesus by ~the Gospel I have begotten you."~Aquin.: 150 3, 74 | legal observances with the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 151 3, 78 | view are the words of the Gospel in which it is ~said that 152 3, 78 | changing the words of the Gospel; because the participle ~" 153 3, 83 | on this account in the ~gospel of the third mass mention 154 3, 83 | midnight mass we say the gospel of Christ's nativity in 155 3, 83 | known to us through ~the Gospel. But in consecrating this 156 3, 83 | for we do not read in the Gospel, of Christ ~lifting up His 157 3, 83 | similarly it is said in the Gospel: "Take ye and eat" [comedite] 158 3, 83 | teaching contained in the Gospel, which is read by the higher ~ 159 3, 83 | not believe Me?" after the Gospel has been read, the "Creed" 160 3, 88 | most explicitly in the Gospel that sins which have been 161 3, 88 | evident from the words of the Gospel that if we do not forgive 162 Suppl, 17| agree with the words of the Gospel, whereby ~the keys are promised 163 Suppl, 18| contrary to the words of the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 164 Suppl, 20| therefore can the priest ~of the Gospel use his power with regard 165 Suppl, 29| For mention is made in the Gospel of the institution of those 166 Suppl, 29| are not related in ~the Gospel. For the evangelists were 167 Suppl, 29| apostles is mentioned in the Gospel (Mk. ~6:13) where it is 168 Suppl, 37| deacon, for he preaches the Gospel; the "working of ~miracles" 169 Suppl, 37| and ~by deacons as to the gospel doctrine; while ordinary 170 Suppl, 37| preached naught else but the gospel of ~Christ (Rm. 1:15). But 171 Suppl, 37| read by them. Therefore the Gospel teaching should be ~also.~ 172 Suppl, 37| apostles. Wherefore the Gospel is committed to deacons 173 Suppl, 38| carrying it before him ~at the Gospel, and the cruet with which 174 Suppl, 40| signified the burden of ~the Gospel, as Bede observes (De Tabernac. 175 Suppl, 56| In Christ Jesus ~by the gospel I have begotten you." Now 176 Suppl, 56| from the preaching ~of the gospel and instruction, and not 177 Suppl, 65| contained in the Law and the Gospel." ~Thirdly, right is said 178 Suppl, 67| case alone the law of the Gospel ~allows a man to put away 179 Suppl, 70| gather from the words of the Gospel, that the soul suffers ~ 180 Suppl, 74| observed that, ~although the Gospel mentions their resurrection 181 Suppl, 85| Divine energy which the ~Gospel describes as speech (Mt. 182 Suppl, 87| gave ~us the law of the Gospel while appearing in the human 183 Suppl, 93| crown is added, when the Gospel promises eternal life to ~ 184 Suppl, 94| i.e. into hell," and in the Gospel (Mt. 12:40) ~the words " 185 Appen1, 2| of holy men and of the ~Gospel, which cannot be expounded


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