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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prophet

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1 1, 23 | this way, the word of the ~prophet is true - namely, "Destruction 2 1, 23 | help, ~according to the prophet Jeremias (Lam. 5:21): "convert 3 1, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The prophet invokes woe to those who 4 1, 49 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The prophet invokes woe to those who 5 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Prophet speaks of bodily images 6 1, 105 | of this truth that the prophet speaks; wherefore he adds: " 7 1, 111 | purify the lips ~of the prophet (Is. 6:6,7). Therefore much 8 1, 111 | was sent to purify the prophet's lips was one of the inferior 9 1, 111 | kindle" the lips of the prophet. It may also be said ~that 10 1, 111 | as purifying by fire the prophet's lips, not as ~if he did 11 2, 34 | vouchsafed, even if it be a prophet that fulfils the conjugal 12 2, 105 | by the authority of the prophet Ahias the Silonite (3 Kgs. 13 2, 113 | If there be among you a prophet of the ~Lord, I will appear 14 2, 5 | objective evidence. Thus if a prophet, while preaching the word ~ 15 2, 8 | things revealed to the ~prophet: but it is not an enlightenment 16 2, 15 | to hear the words of the ~prophet or dreamer who might wish 17 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophet hated the unjust, as such, 18 2, 81 | holy city, Jeremias the ~prophet of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 19 2, 82 | 3 Kgs. 1:23) that the prophet Nathan, when he was come 20 2, 93 | If there be ~among you a prophet of the Lord, I will appear 21 2, 100 | 5:13): "Father, if the prophet had ~bid thee do some great 22 2, 111 | answered . . . I am not a prophet." Therefore ~irony, whereby 23 2, 111 | Amos denied that he was a prophet by birth, since, to wit, 24 2, 111 | nor am I the son of a ~prophet."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[113] 25 2, 169 | contingencies?~(4) Whether a prophet knows all possible matters 26 2, 169 | prophecy?~(5) Whether a prophet distinguishes that which 27 2, 169 | Know ye, O Israel, that the prophet was foolish and mad [*Vulg.: ~' 28 2, 169 | he that is now called ~a prophet, in time past was called 29 2, 169 | There arose no more a prophet in ~Israel like unto Moses, 30 2, 169 | not ~always in act, else a prophet could not be described as 31 2, 169 | prophetic ~light is not in the prophet's intellect by way of an 32 2, 169 | an abiding form, else a ~prophet would always be able to 33 2, 169 | prophecy is ~lacking to the prophet, nor is it always within 34 2, 169 | prophetic light is in the prophet's soul ~by way of a passion 35 2, 169 | enlightening, so too the prophet's mind is ~always in need 36 2, 169 | spake to such and such a prophet," or that "the word of the 37 2, 169 | ignited again, so too in the prophet's ~intellect, after the 38 2, 169 | that a person is called a prophet, even while ~his prophetic 39 2, 169 | 1:5, "And I made thee a prophet unto ~the nations."~Aquin.: 40 2, 169 | super Ezech.): "And ~since a prophet is so called because he 41 2, 169 | the Divine revelation a prophet knows all that can be known ~ 42 2, 169 | the Divine revelation a prophet knows all ~that can be known 43 2, 169 | what is revealed to the ~prophet.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 44 2, 169 | prophecy are revealed ~to the prophet.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 45 2, 169 | Therefore it would seem ~that a prophet knows all matters of prophecy.~ 46 2, 169 | indicates the present to the prophet's mind and nowise ~the future; 47 2, 169 | future." Therefore the prophet does not know all matters 48 2, 169 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prophet always distinguishes what 49 2, 169 | It would seem that the prophet always distinguishes what 50 2, 169 | above (A[3]). Therefore the prophet ~always distinguishes what 51 2, 169 | commanded (Jer. 23:28): "The prophet that hath a dream, let ~ 52 2, 169 | with ~truth." Therefore the prophet can distinguish what he 53 2, 169 | 1/3~I answer that, The prophet's mind is instructed by 54 2, 169 | ii, 17). Accordingly the prophet has the ~greatest certitude 55 2, 169 | on the utterances of the prophet would ~not be certain. A 56 2, 169 | be certain. A sign of the prophet's certitude may be gathered 57 2, 169 | form of teaching on ~the prophet's intellect, by Divine revelation. 58 2, 170 | prophecy is received by the prophet according to the ~disposition 59 2, 170 | vouchsafed, even ~though it be a prophet that fulfils the duty of 60 2, 170 | wild figs, and makes him a ~prophet." Therefore prophecy requires 61 2, 170 | operation makes no change in a ~prophet in this respect. Yet if 62 2, 170 | Therefore no man is a ~true prophet except he be good by grace.~ 63 2, 170 | or possessed, or a ~false prophet."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] 64 2, 170 | sign: Whatsoever that ~same prophet foretelleth in the name 65 2, 170 | 22:12), though he was a prophet of the demons, because God ~ 66 2, 170 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: A true prophet is always inspired by the 67 2, 170 | not true; ~whereas a false prophet is not always instructed 68 2, 171 | be said of God. Yet ~the prophet's mind thus enlightened 69 2, 171 | s ~foreknowledge on the prophet's mind.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 70 2, 171 | a like ~knowledge on the prophet's mind without the prophet 71 2, 171 | prophet's mind without the prophet seeing God in His ~essence.~ 72 2, 171 | things are impressed on ~the prophet's mind, or merely a new 73 2, 171 | things are impressed on the prophet's mind, but only a new light. 74 2, 171 | species newly impressed, the prophet's previous ~experience of 75 2, 171 | species are ~impressed on the prophet's soul, but only the prophetic 76 2, 171 | intellective vision that makes the prophet"; wherefore it ~is declared ( 77 2, 171 | is not to be considered a prophet, unless his mind ~be enlightened 78 2, 171 | And yet a man will be a prophet, if his ~intellect be enlightened 79 2, 171 | 9), ~"especially is he a prophet who excels in both respects, 80 2, 171 | divinely presented to the prophet's mind, ~sometimes externally 81 2, 171 | If there be ~among you a prophet of the Lord, I will appear 82 2, 171 | were impossible if ~the prophet were not in possession of 83 2, 171 | something is presented to the ~prophet's mind by means of sensible 84 2, 171 | rendered necessary ~when the prophet's mind is enlightened by 85 2, 171 | from the senses when the prophet's mind is led to judge or ~ 86 2, 171 | be unknown. Therefore the prophet is not ignorant of what 87 2, 171 | Therefore it would seem that the prophet is first enlightened so ~ 88 2, 171 | not. Therefore not every prophet knows what he prophesies.~ 89 2, 171 | prophetic revelation the prophet's mind is moved by ~the 90 2, 171 | principal agent. Now the prophet's mind is moved not only 91 2, 171 | there may be a defect in the prophet's knowledge. For when the ~ 92 2, 171 | knowledge. For when the ~prophet's mind is moved to think 93 2, 171 | 2/5~Again, sometimes the prophet's mind is moved to speak 94 2, 171 | observed that since the prophet's mind is a defective instrument, ~ 95 2, 172 | a comprehensor can be a prophet?~(6) Whether prophecy advanced 96 2, 172 | vision," which occurs to the prophet ~while awake and regards 97 2, 172 | xii, 9): "He ~is less a prophet, who sees in spirit nothing 98 2, 172 | corporeal: he ~is more a prophet, who is merely endowed with 99 2, 172 | but most of all is he a prophet, who excels in both ways," 100 2, 172 | and ~this refers to the prophet who has intellective together 101 2, 172 | Body Para. 2/2~Moreover the prophet's mind is shown thereby 102 2, 172 | imaginary vision, is more a prophet than he that has only ~one, 103 2, 172 | wherefore the name ~of prophet is more properly applied 104 2, 172 | Further, seemingly for one prophet there is one degree of ~ 105 2, 172 | degree of ~prophecy. Now one prophet receives revelation through 106 2, 172 | degree of prophecy when the prophet, ~whether awake or asleep, 107 2, 172 | degree of prophecy when a prophet ~not only sees signs of 108 2, 172 | since this proves the ~prophet's mind to have approached 109 2, 172 | to the waking or sleeping prophet be ~seen by him under the 110 2, 172 | it, if he be seen by the prophet ~whether asleep or awake, 111 2, 172 | inconsistent if one and the same prophet, at different times, receive ~ 112 2, 172 | which is revealed to the prophet is ~announced; and this 113 2, 172 | that "David is called ~the prophet by way of excellence." Therefore 114 2, 172 | There arose no more a ~prophet in Israel like unto Moses."~ 115 2, 172 | There arose no more a prophet in Israel like ~unto Moses, 116 2, 172 | and yet he is ~called a prophet. Therefore in like manner 117 2, 172 | and yet He calls Himself a prophet (Mt. 13:57), when He says: ~" 118 2, 172 | 13:57), when He says: ~"A prophet is not without honor, save 119 2, 176 | other hand, just as the prophet's mind is moved by divine ~ 120 2, 184 | Jer. 23:11): "For ~the prophet and the priest are defiled; 121 3, 2 | a gloss says: "Here the prophet's desire for the ~Incarnation 122 3, 5 | God says of Him by the ~prophet (Is. 52:13): 'Behold my 123 3, 7 | If there be among you a prophet of the Lord, I will appear ~ 124 3, 7 | present, ~but distant; for a prophet means, as it were, a teller 125 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a prophet is in an inferior order 126 3, 7 | seems that Christ was not a prophet.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[8] 127 3, 7 | will raise ~up to thee a prophet of thy nation and of thy 128 3, 7 | Mt. 13:57; Jn. 4:44): "A prophet is not without honor, save 129 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A prophet means, as it were, a teller 130 3, 7 | that no one can be called a prophet for knowing and announcing 131 3, 7 | this reason He is called a prophet.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[8] 132 3, 7 | and who yet is called a prophet, according to Dt. 24:10: " 133 3, 7 | And there arose ~no more a prophet in Israel like unto Moses." 134 3, 7 | sense of ~men, with whom the prophet dwells and converses in 135 3, 14 | His ~own will"; and the prophet is speaking of the offering 136 3, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The prophet is speaking in this passage 137 3, 26 | man. For a priest and a prophet seem to be mediators between ~ 138 3, 26 | Christ to be a priest and a prophet. Neither, therefore, is 139 3, 28 | womb, for the ~birth of a prophet, He it is who opened His 140 3, 28 | even in His Birth: for the prophet says not only: ~"Behold 141 3, 30 | known to Zachary that a prophet son would be born ~to him; 142 3, 31 | because Christ was to be king, prophet, and priest. ~Now Abraham 143 3, 31 | old," etc. He ~was also a prophet, according to Gn. 20:7: " 144 3, 31 | according to Gn. 20:7: "He is a prophet; and he shall ~pray for 145 3, 31 | David was both king and prophet.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 146 3, 31 | through whose namesake, the prophet, God expiated ~his sin." 147 3, 38 | witness" (Jn. 1:6,7) ~as a prophet; according to Lk. 1:76: " 148 3, 38 | child, shalt be called the ~prophet of the Highest." But the 149 3, 38 | OBJ 2: John was not only a prophet, but "more than a prophet," 150 3, 38 | prophet, but "more than a prophet," as ~stated Mt. 11:9: for 151 3, 43 | but the sign of Jonas the ~prophet." Therefore He should not 152 3, 44 | but the sign ~of Jonas the prophet,' referring to His Cross . . . 153 3, 46 | 33): "It cannot be that a prophet ~perish out of Jerusalem." 154 3, 47 | the Father says by the ~Prophet: 'Ask of Me, and I will 155 Suppl, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophet prays to be spared from 156 Suppl, 39| Orders. For the office of prophet is greater than the office 157 Suppl, 39| office of priest, ~since a prophet stands midway between God 158 Suppl, 39| people. Now the office of prophet was sometimes ~granted to 159 Suppl, 72| holy city, Jeremias the prophet of ~God": and that his prayer 160 Suppl, 93| touches the heart of the prophet," nor ~"is it possible to 161 Suppl, 96| the beast and ~false prophet,' etc.] shall be tormented 162 Suppl, 96| destroyed as foretold by the ~prophet, who also was troubled for


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