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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | made known to him by divine revelation. Even as regards those truths ~ 2 1, 1 | should be taught by a divine revelation; because the truth about 3 1, 1 | divine truths by divine revelation. It was therefore necessary ~ 4 1, 1 | science learned through revelation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[1] 5 1, 1 | far as they fall within revelation. Hence theology ~included 6 1, 1 | through ~whom the divine revelation, on which this sacred scripture 7 1, 1 | they can be included in revelation. So that in this way, sacred 8 1, 1 | be known through ~divine revelation. Hence, although among the 9 1, 1 | immediately from God, by revelation. Therefore it does not ~ 10 1, 1 | this science comes through ~revelation and not through natural 11 1, 1 | principles are obtained by revelation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[7] 12 1, 1 | obtained through divine revelation; ~thus we can argue with 13 1, 1 | believes nothing of divine revelation, there is no longer any ~ 14 1, 1 | principles are obtained by revelation: thus we ~ought to believe 15 1, 1 | authority of those to whom the revelation has ~been made. Nor does 16 1, 1 | authority based on divine revelation is ~the strongest. But sacred 17 1, 1 | our faith ~rests upon the revelation made to the apostles and 18 1, 1 | OBJ 2: The ray of divine revelation is not extinguished by the ~ 19 1, 1 | minds of ~those to whom the revelation has been made, to rest in 20 1, 1 | through those to whom the ~revelation has been made others also 21 1, 10 | said, "According to the revelation of the mystery ~hidden from 22 1, 12 | knowledge is assisted by the revelation of ~grace. For the intellect' 23 1, 12 | Reply OBJ 1: Although by the revelation of grace in this life we 24 1, 12 | things known by divine revelation, to which natural reason 25 1, 12 | man; and thus through the revelation given by the images a fuller ~ 26 1, 43 | grace, but by the further revelation ~of mysteries; which goes 27 1, 46 | world is known only by ~revelation; and therefore it cannot 28 1, 46 | will can be manifested by revelation, on ~which faith rests. 29 1, 57 | their causes, or by ~God's revelation. The angels know the future 30 1, 57 | wills them to learn by ~revelation; as the Apostle says (1 31 1, 57 | Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, 32 1, 64 | manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, nor by learning from the 33 1, 64 | intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation from the holy angels; for ~ 34 1, 43 | grace, but by the further revelation ~of mysteries; which goes 35 1, 47 | world is known only by ~revelation; and therefore it cannot 36 1, 47 | will can be manifested by revelation, on ~which faith rests. 37 1, 58 | their causes, or by ~God's revelation. The angels know the future 38 1, 58 | wills them to learn by ~revelation; as the Apostle says (1 39 1, 58 | Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the mysteries ~of grace, 40 1, 65 | manner they cannot ~learn by revelation, nor by learning from the 41 1, 65 | intellectual nature: secondly, by revelation from the holy angels; for ~ 42 1, 88 | causes or are known by Divine revelation. But ~we are here treating 43 1, 88 | demons, or even by "the revelation of the Holy Ghost," as Augustine 44 1, 88 | appeared through Divine revelation; according to ~Ecclus. 46: 45 1, 93 | things known, by further revelation; as the angels advance ~ 46 1, 108 | to the executioners. This revelation, if compared to the ~angelic 47 1, 110 | Coel. Hier. iv) that the revelation of ~Divine things reaches 48 1, 110 | of the angels. But such ~revelation is an enlightenment as we 49 2, 19 | some sort of additional revelation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 50 2, 62 | known to us, save ~by Divine revelation, contained in Holy Writ.~ 51 2, 74 | delivered to us by Divine revelation, which is a higher ~consideration. 52 2, 91 | natural law, according as the revelation of grace ~is of a higher 53 2, 112 | knowing a thing: first, by ~revelation, and thus anyone may know 54 2, 112 | knowledge, which comes of revelation. Hence he adds (1 Cor. 2: 55 2, 112 | God. Or it may refer to a revelation.~ 56 2, 2 | is the result of Divine ~revelation: for matters of faith surpass 57 2, 2 | natural reason. Now Divine ~revelation reaches those of lower degree 58 2, 2 | is the result of Divine revelation, which reaches ~man by means 59 2, 2 | since ~they received no revelation. Therefore it seems that 60 2, 2 | saved without receiving any revelation, they were not ~saved without 61 2, 2 | Him, and according to the ~revelation of the Spirit to those who 62 2, 31 | God's executor, by ~Whose revelation he knew of their sin. With 63 2, 88 | special instinct or Divine revelation, make use of the ~demons' 64 2, 93 | whatever, except by divine ~revelation, he manifestly usurps what 65 2, 93 | future things, through divine revelation: for then he does not divine, ~ 66 2, 93 | dreams are due to divine revelation, or to some natural cause 67 2, 93 | divination if it be caused by a revelation ~of the demons, with whom 68 2, 140 | goes on to tell of the revelation that he received immediately 69 2, 145 | Daniel that he ~received a revelation from God after fasting for 70 2, 152 | or again through Divine revelation, or the ~interference of 71 2, 169 | prophecy," since prophetic revelation ~extends not only to future 72 2, 169 | wisdom." Again, prophetic revelation is about ~things pertaining 73 2, 169 | OBJ 4: Further, just as revelation regards the intellect, so 74 2, 169 | described as "inspiration" or "revelation," according to ~Cassiodorus [* 75 2, 169 | giveth understanding": while revelation is necessary, as regards 76 2, 169 | always in need of a fresh revelation; thus a disciple who has 77 2, 169 | a Divine ~inspiration or revelation, announcing the issue of 78 2, 169 | Therefore the prophetic revelation is about future contingencies 79 2, 169 | consequently the prophetic revelation extends to them all. Thus 80 2, 169 | ministry of spirits a prophetic revelation concerning the perfections ~ 81 2, 169 | relative sense, it follows that revelation of ~future events belongs 82 2, 169 | to man except by Divine revelation; ~whereas those that are 83 2, 169 | 1~Whether by the Divine revelation a prophet knows all that 84 2, 169 | seem that by the Divine revelation a prophet knows all ~that 85 2, 169 | Now prophecy is a ~"Divine revelation," as stated above (A[3]). 86 2, 169 | according to the special ~revelation of this or that matter.~ 87 2, 169 | in the ~genus of Divine revelation: hence it is written (1 88 2, 169 | imperfectly. The Divine revelation will be brought to its perfection 89 2, 169 | is lacking to prophetic ~revelation, but that it lacks none 90 2, 169 | Now prophecy ~is a Divine revelation, as stated above (A[3]). 91 2, 169 | in ~one way by an express revelation, in another way by a most 92 2, 169 | he knows by an express ~revelation, and he has it for certain 93 2, 169 | most certain of the Divine revelation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 94 2, 169 | first place consider the revelation that ~is made by the prophetic 95 2, 169 | a Divine inspiration or revelation, announcing the issue of 96 2, 169 | prophet's intellect, by Divine revelation. Now the truth of knowledge ~ 97 2, 169 | united in the prophetic ~revelation, because an imprint made 98 2, 169 | sometimes the prophetic ~revelation is an imprinted likeness 99 2, 169 | however, the prophetic ~revelation is an imprinted likeness 100 2, 170 | nature, but from Divine revelation alone. On the other ~hand, 101 2, 170 | which comes through Divine revelation. First, because ~the former 102 2, 170 | nature, but only from Divine ~revelation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 103 2, 170 | knows future things by a ~revelation of the angels; but not by 104 2, 170 | comes either from the ~revelation of spiritual substances, 105 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~Whether prophetic revelation comes through the angels?~ 106 2, 170 | would seem that prophetic revelation does not come through the ~ 107 2, 170 | Therefore the ~prophetic revelation is not made by means of 108 2, 170 | that prophecy is a ~"Divine revelation": whereas if it were conveyed 109 2, 170 | would ~be called an angelic revelation. Therefore prophecy is not 110 2, 170 | visions. Therefore prophetic revelation is ~conveyed by means of 111 2, 170 | Divine ~enlightenment and revelation. Therefore it is evident 112 2, 170 | an ~instrument, prophetic revelation, which is conveyed by the 113 2, 170 | an ~obstacle to prophetic revelation, for instance if a man were 114 2, 170 | For ~prophecy is "a Divine revelation," according to Cassiodorus [* 115 2, 170 | revelations alone; yet the revelation which is made by the demons 116 2, 170 | speak from the ~demons' revelation, but sometimes by Divine 117 2, 170 | Ghost, and sometimes by revelation of the good ~spirits, as 118 2, 171 | 2) Whether the prophetic revelation is effected by the infusion 119 2, 171 | alone?~(3) Whether prophetic revelation is always accompanied by 120 2, 171 | 1~Whether, in prophetic revelation, new species of things are 121 2, 171 | would seem that in prophetic revelation no new species of ~things 122 2, 171 | would seem that prophetic revelation is not effected ~by impressing 123 2, 171 | seem that in prophetic revelation no new species of things 124 2, 171 | seems that in ~prophetic revelation new species of things are 125 2, 171 | be likened to prophetic revelation in ~the second of these 126 2, 171 | is evident that prophetic revelation is conveyed sometimes by ~ 127 2, 171 | sometimes in prophetic revelation ~imaginary species previously 128 2, 171 | image is, in prophetic ~revelation, imprinted immediately by 129 2, 171 | necessary for ~prophetic revelation to be always accompanied 130 2, 171 | Article, the prophetic ~revelation takes place in four ways: 131 2, 171 | When, however, prophetic revelation is conveyed by images in 132 2, 171 | as regards the prophetic revelation itself, it would be ~more 133 2, 171 | answer that, In prophetic revelation the prophet's mind is moved 134 2, 172 | veils." Now the prophetic revelation is conveyed by ~the infusion 135 2, 172 | Now one prophet receives revelation through various imaginary ~ 136 2, 172 | nearer to the cause of the revelation. ~Fourthly, the height of 137 2, 172 | various degrees of prophetic revelation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 138 2, 172 | pertain to the ~prophetic revelation, but to the announcement, 139 2, 172 | because both received a ~revelation of intelligible and supernatural 140 2, 172 | spectators of a fuller ~revelation, as stated in 2 Cor. 3.~ 141 2, 172 | Further, prophecy is a "divine revelation." Now divine ~revelations 142 2, 172 | Reply OBJ 2: The divine revelation is made to the angels, not 143 2, 172 | to God; wherefore their ~revelation has not the character of 144 2, 172 | OBJ 2: Further, prophetic revelation is conveyed by God speaking 145 2, 172 | Under the Law prophetic revelation of things pertinent ~to 146 2, 172 | however, the most excellent revelation was that which was ~given 147 2, 172 | given first. Now the first revelation, before the Law, was given 148 2, 172 | whereas hitherto no such revelation ~was necessary while all 149 2, 172 | one God. A less ~excellent revelation was made to Isaac, being 150 2, 172 | state ~of the Law the first revelation which was given to Moses 151 2, 172 | excellent, and on this revelation all the other revelations 152 2, 172 | Church is founded on the revelation vouchsafed to the apostles, ~ 153 2, 172 | human acts, the prophetic revelation varied ~not according to 154 2, 173 | carried aloft on the wings of revelation." Now ~revelation pertains 155 2, 173 | wings of revelation." Now ~revelation pertains to the intellective 156 2, 173 | incredible that this sublime revelation" (namely, that ~they should 157 2, 174 | hath a ~tongue, hath a revelation," i.e. a prophetic revelation.~ 158 2, 174 | revelation," i.e. a prophetic revelation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 159 2, 174 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Prophetic revelation extends to the knowledge 160 2, 178 | to reason, when by divine revelation ~we become cognizant of 161 2, 178 | that which we obtain by revelation. For Dionysius says (Coel. 162 3, 11 | made known to man by Divine revelation, whether they ~belong to 163 3, 28 | her whom by the angel's ~revelation he knew to have conceived 164 3, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the revelation of Divine truth should be 165 3, 36 | the Magi had received a revelation through the angels" ~that 166 3, 38 | God, who by an interior revelation of ~the Holy Ghost sent 167 3, 38 | but of a ~certain interior revelation of the Holy Ghost, as stated 168 3, 55 | man ~except through Divine revelation, as the Apostle says (1 169 3, 55 | by Galilee we understand 'revelation,' ~we are to understand 170 3, 66 | OBJ 1: It was by a special revelation from Christ that in the ~ 171 3, 83 | the people through Divine ~revelation, such as faith and heavenly 172 3, 84 | priest, who has received no revelation on the matter, to say: " 173 3, 84 | is no need for a special revelation to be ~made to the priest, 174 3, 84 | priest, but the general revelation of faith suffices, through ~ 175 3, 84 | are forgiven. Hence the revelation of faith is said to have ~ 176 Suppl, 6 | working of miracles, or in the revelation of ~mysteries, or in the 177 Suppl, 18| mention ~is made of the revelation vouchsafed to him of the 178 Suppl, 41| as ~regards the actual revelation of hidden things, did not 179 Suppl, 74| known except either by ~revelation or by natural reason: and 180 Suppl, 74| Again it cannot be known by revelation, so that all may be on the ~ 181 Suppl, 86| merits: so that this very ~revelation of justice is called judgment. 182 Suppl, 88| travaileth in pain, awaiteth ~the revelation of the glory of the children


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