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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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circumcision

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1 2, 98 | marked with the seal of circumcision, which was the sign of the ~ 2 2, 102| precepts, the ~chief was circumcision and the sacrifice of the 3 2, 102| delivery from Egypt, or that circumcision was a sign ~of God's covenant 4 2, 102| Therefore it was unfitting for circumcision to be ~prescribed by the 5 2, 102| for all in general, by circumcision, without which no one ~was 6 2, 102| chief literal reason for circumcision was in order that ~man might 7 2, 102| was the first to receive circumcision. This ~reason is set forth 8 2, 102| He received ~the sign of circumcision, a seal of the justice of 9 2, 102| might ~refuse the sign of circumcision on account of the pain: 10 2, 102| withdraw their children ~from circumcision. A second reason may have 11 2, 102| idols: and such was not the circumcision of which we have been ~speaking.~ 12 2, 102| The figurative reason for circumcision was that it foreshadowed 13 2, 102| first parent, ~therefore circumcision was applied to the generative 14 2, 102| circumcised" in Christ "with ~circumcision not made by hand in despoiling 15 2, 102| of the flesh, but ~in the circumcision of" Our Lord Jesus "Christ."~ 16 2, 102| of Faith, corresponds to circumcision. Hence it is written (Col. ~ 17 2, 102| circumcised . . . in the circumcision of" Our Lord ~Jesus "Christ: 18 2, 102| people were initiated by circumcision to ~the divine worship, 19 2, 102| who are partial both to Circumcision and to Baptism: or else 20 2, 102| only by the sign of the ~circumcision, which was in the flesh, 21 2, 103| sacraments seems to have been ~circumcision. But circumcision preceded 22 2, 103| been ~circumcision. But circumcision preceded the Law, as appears 23 2, 103| OBJ 3: The sacrament of circumcision was established by command 24 2, 103| Lord said (Jn. 7:20) that circumcision was ~"not of Moses, but 25 2, 103| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, circumcision was instituted as a sign 26 2, 103| forgotten. Therefore at least circumcision and the other ~legal solemnities 27 2, 103| Abraham's faith by means of circumcision. ~But now that it is consummated, 28 2, 103| respect, took the ~place of circumcision, according to the saying 29 2, 103| You are circumcised with circumcision not made by hand, in ~despoiling 30 2, 103| of the flesh, but in the circumcision of Christ, ~buried with 31 2, 103| intention of observing legal circumcision. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] 32 2, 107| one God that ~justifieth circumcision by faith, and uncircumcision 33 2, 108| In Christ Jesus ~neither circumcision availeth anything, nor uncircumcision: 34 2, 6 | 7:23): "If a man receive circumcision on the sabbath-day, that 35 2, 120| a man,' etc.] receives ~circumcision on the Sabbath day, that 36 2, 175| Neither Gentile nor Jew, ~circumcision nor uncircumcision, Barbarian 37 2, 186| is to disapprove of the circumcision of the "letter" ~and other 38 3, 2 | Virgin" [*Feast of the Circumcision, Ant. ii, Lauds]. Therefore 39 3, 3 | in ~Christ Jesus neither circumcision availeth anything, nor uncircumcision, ~ 40 3, 4 | the promise of Christ, and circumcision, as a sign that the covenant ~ 41 3, 7 | Jesus was ~minister of the circumcision." And hence it was not necessary 42 3, 27 | 2) His Birth; (3) His Circumcision; (4) His ~Baptism. Concerning 43 3, 31 | third reason is because circumcision had its beginning in Abraham: ~ 44 3, 37 | Para. 1/1 - OF CHRIST'S CIRCUMCISION, AND OF THE OTHER LEGAL 45 3, 37 | must now consider Christ's circumcision. And since the circumcision ~ 46 3, 37 | circumcision. And since the circumcision ~is a kind of profession 47 3, 37 | points of inquiry:~(1) His circumcision;~(2) The imposition of His 48 3, 37 | the figure ceases. But circumcision was ~prescribed to Abraham 49 3, 37 | Christ's ~birth. Therefore circumcision should have ceased at once.~ 50 3, 37 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, circumcision was prescribed as a remedy 51 3, 37 | to show ~His approval of circumcision, which God had instituted 52 3, 37 | received ~the commandment of circumcision as a sign of his faith in 53 3, 37 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Circumcision by the removal of the piece 54 3, 37 | Passion, until which ~time the circumcision retained its virtue and 55 3, 37 | OBJ 2: Christ submitted to circumcision while it was yet of ~obligation. 56 3, 37 | wherefore we need no carnal ~circumcision." And this is what the Apostle 57 3, 37 | you are circumcised with circumcision not made by hand in ~despoiling 58 3, 37 | of the flesh, but in the circumcision of" our Lord ~Jesus "Christ."~ 59 3, 37 | also He took ~upon Himself circumcision, which was a remedy against 60 3, 37 | to accomplish a spiritual circumcision in us - in ~order, that 61 3, 37 | accomplished not only in the circumcision, but also in ~uncircumcision, 62 3, 37 | suitably given to Christ at His circumcision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 63 3, 37 | name and the commandment of circumcision. For this ~reason it was 64 3, 37 | children on the very day ~of circumcision, as though before being 65 3, 37 | name at the time of His circumcision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 66 3, 37 | this was done after His ~circumcision, in order to show that " 67 3, 37 | nevertheless, to submit to circumcision and the other burdens of 68 3, 38 | John was more akin than circumcision to ~the baptism of Christ. 69 3, 38 | sin was remitted through ~circumcision: because, as Bede says ( 70 3, 38 | Circumcis.), "under the ~Law, circumcision brought the same saving 71 3, 38 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Circumcision was instituted as a remedy 72 3, 40 | be circumcised; ~for the circumcision is a kind of protestation 73 3, 40 | written that a man receives ~circumcision on the Sabbath-day. Now 74 3, 42 | was ~minister of the circumcision," i.e. the apostle and preacher 75 3, 62 | says in a homily on the Circumcision: "Under the ~Law circumcision 76 3, 62 | Circumcision: "Under the ~Law circumcision provided the same health-giving 77 3, 62 | confers grace now. Therefore circumcision conferred grace; and in 78 3, 62 | sacraments of the New Law, so was circumcision the door of the ~sacraments 79 3, 62 | been many opinions about Circumcision. For, ~according to some, 80 3, 62 | For, ~according to some, Circumcision conferred no grace, but 81 3, 62 | Wherefore others said that by Circumcision grace is conferred, as to 82 3, 62 | to be false, because by Circumcision, children received the ~ 83 3, 62 | 4~Hence others say that Circumcision conferred grace also as 84 3, 62 | seems better to say that Circumcision was a sign of ~justifying 85 3, 62 | Abraham ~"received the sign of Circumcision, a seal of the justice of 86 3, 62 | Consequently grace was conferred in Circumcision in so far as it was a ~sign 87 3, 63 | spiritual ~character, and bodily circumcision sufficed, which the Apostle 88 3, 66 | bound to ~be baptized: for Circumcision was still in force, which 89 3, 66 | faith was ~signified by circumcision according to Rm. 4:11.~Aquin.: 90 3, 68 | future coming: of which faith circumcision was the ~"seal," as the 91 3, 68 | Rm. 4:11): whereas before circumcision ~was instituted, men were 92 3, 68 | says (Rm. 2:29) that "the ~circumcision is that of the heart, in 93 3, 70 | 70] Out. Para. 1/2 - OF CIRCUMCISION (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 94 3, 70 | which preceded Baptism, viz. Circumcision, (2) those which accompany ~ 95 3, 70 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether circumcision was a preparation for, and 96 3, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether circumcision was a preparation for, and 97 3, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that circumcision was not a preparation for, 98 3, 70 | which it ~foreshadows. But circumcision has no likeness to Baptism. 99 3, 70 | that they were baptized in circumcision. Therefore the protecting ~ 100 3, 70 | the Red Sea, rather than ~circumcision, were a preparation for, 101 3, 70 | Christ's. Consequently, if circumcision was a ~preparation for, 102 3, 70 | which is unseemly. Therefore circumcision was ~not a preparation for, 103 3, 70 | You are circumcised ~with circumcision, not made by hand in despoiling 104 3, 70 | of the flesh, ~but in the circumcision of Christ, buried with Him 105 3, 70 | we . . . believe." But ~circumcision was a protestation of faith; 106 3, 70 | protestation of faith; wherefore by circumcision also ~men of old were aggregated 107 3, 70 | Consequently, it ~is manifest that circumcision was a preparation for Baptism 108 3, 70 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Circumcision was like Baptism as to the 109 3, 70 | the latter. For just as circumcision removed a carnal pellicule, 110 3, 70 | profession of ~faith, as by circumcision; so that these two things 111 3, 70 | but not ~sacraments. But circumcision was a sacrament, and a preparation 112 3, 70 | mentions them rather ~than circumcision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 113 3, 70 | as to the act ~done: but circumcision, as to the profession of 114 3, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether circumcision was instituted in a fitting 115 3, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that circumcision was instituted in an unfitting 116 3, 70 | profession of faith was made in ~circumcision. But none could ever be 117 3, 70 | in His blood." ~Therefore circumcision should have been instituted 118 3, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, in circumcision man made profession of keeping 119 3, 70 | Therefore it was unfitting for circumcision ~to be instituted at the 120 3, 70 | Para. 1/1 ~OBJ 3: Further, circumcision was a figure of, and a preparation 121 3, 70 | baptizing them." Therefore ~circumcision should have been instituted 122 3, 70 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, carnal circumcision should correspond to spiritual ~ 123 3, 70 | correspond to spiritual ~circumcision, as the shadow to the reality. 124 3, 70 | the reality. But spiritual circumcision ~which is of Christ, regards 125 3, 70 | Therefore the institution of circumcision which concerns only ~males, 126 3, 70 | contrary, We read (Gn. 17) that circumcision was instituted by ~God, 127 3, 70 | As stated above (A[1]) circumcision was a preparation for ~Baptism, 128 3, 70 | thy ~kindred." Therefore circumcision was fittingly instituted 129 3, 70 | that then, and not before, circumcision should be ~instituted, as 130 3, 70 | Consequently, it was ~necessary for circumcision to be instituted before 131 3, 70 | nations. On the other ~hand circumcision did not contain the perfection 132 3, 70 | nation. For this reason circumcision was given to that nation ~ 133 3, 70 | OBJ 4: The institution of circumcision is as a sign of Abraham' 134 3, 70 | original sin, against which circumcision was ~specially ordained, 135 3, 70 | 1/1~Whether the rite of circumcision was fitting?~Aquin.: SMT 136 3, 70 | It seems that the rite of circumcision was unfitting. For ~circumcision, 137 3, 70 | circumcision was unfitting. For ~circumcision, as stated above (AA[1], 138 3, 70 | head. Therefore the sign of circumcision should have been conferred 139 3, 70 | a stone knife. Therefore circumcision should not ~have been performed 140 3, 70 | original sin, so also was circumcision, as Bede says (Hom. in Circum.). ~ 141 3, 70 | not have been ~fixed for circumcision, but this day should have 142 3, 70 | contrary, The aforesaid rite of circumcision is fixed by a gloss ~on 143 3, 70 | he received the sign of circumcision."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 144 3, 70 | As stated above (A[2]), circumcision was established, as ~a sign 145 3, 70 | allowed that the rite of circumcision was ~fitting.~Aquin.: SMT 146 3, 70 | OBJ 1: It was fitting for circumcision to be performed on the ~ 147 3, 70 | knife was not essential to circumcision. Wherefore ~we do not find 148 3, 70 | use of such a knife for ~circumcision; indeed, neither do they 149 3, 70 | signified that spiritual circumcision would be done by ~Christ, 150 3, 70 | eighth day was fixed for circumcision: first, because ~of the 151 3, 70 | will perfect the spiritual circumcision, in ~the eighth age (which 152 3, 70 | 23: "(If) a ~man receives circumcision on the sabbath-day, that 153 3, 70 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether circumcision bestowed sanctifying grace?~ 154 3, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that circumcision did not bestow sanctifying 155 3, 70 | i.e. without cause. But circumcision was an obligation imposed ~ 156 3, 70 | Therefore, if justice be by circumcision, "Christ died in vain," 157 3, 70 | cannot be allowed. Therefore circumcision did not ~confer grace whereby 158 3, 70 | before the institution of circumcision faith alone ~sufficed for 159 3, 70 | through the ~commandment of circumcision. Therefore faith alone justified 160 3, 70 | justified little ones, ~and not circumcision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 161 3, 70 | original sin was taken away by circumcision, it seems that all ~who 162 3, 70 | day, which was that of circumcision, which day could nol be 163 3, 70 | not justified from sin by ~circumcision.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 164 3, 70 | But we read ~nowhere of circumcision as remitting actual sin. 165 3, 70 | ii): "From the time that circumcision was instituted ~among God' 166 3, 70 | original sin was remitted ~in circumcision. But some said that no grace 167 3, 70 | that grace was bestowed by circumcision, as to ~that effect which 168 3, 70 | that the grace bestowed in ~circumcision sufficed for the fulfilling 169 3, 70 | stand. First, because by circumcision children. received the ~ 170 3, 70 | that grace was conferred in circumcision, also ~as a particular positive 171 3, 70 | that grace was bestowed in circumcision as to ~all the effects of 172 3, 70 | already consummated. Whereas ~circumcision bestowed grace, inasmuch 173 3, 70 | Abraham "received the sign of ~circumcision, a seal of the justice of 174 3, 70 | faith signified: not of circumcision signifying. And since ~Baptism 175 3, 70 | Christ's Passion, whereas ~circumcision does not, therefore Baptism 176 3, 70 | more copiously than does ~circumcision; since greater is the effect 177 3, 70 | prove if justice were of circumcision ~otherwise than through 178 3, 70 | before the institution of circumcision, faith in ~Christ to come 179 3, 70 | to ~fulfil the precept of circumcision, both because they knew 180 3, 70 | before the ~institution of circumcision. And this applies also to 181 3, 70 | Original sin was taken away in circumcision, in regard to ~the person; 182 3, 70 | to the kingdom. But were circumcision to avail ~after Christ's 183 3, 72 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in circumcision, which is a character of 184 3, 72 | inwardly. ~Consequently in circumcision a character was imprinted


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