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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | The third error is that of David of Dinant, ~who most absurdly 2 2, 87 | written (2 Kgs. xii, 13,14): "David said to ~Nathan: I have 3 2, 87 | Lord. And Nathan said to David: The ~Lord also hath taken 4 2, 87 | be seen in the example of David quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 91 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, David prayed God to set His law 6 2, 98 | descendants of Abraham but David, to whom the promise was 7 2, 98 | should ~have been given after David, just as it was given after 8 2, 98 | 4:11: ~hence even before David, the Law had to be given 9 2, 102 | according to ~the saying of David (1 Paral. xxix, 14): "All 10 2, 102 | and lastly, at the time of David and ~Solomon, the state 11 2, 102 | lasting from Abraham to David, the ~second, until they 12 2, 105 | against the just rule of David, than a benefit conferred 13 2, 105 | related (1 Kgs. 26:19) that David said to Saul: "They are ~ 14 2, 1 | Adonai I did not show them": David also said ~(Ps. 118:100): " 15 2, 2 | Abraham had two sons, that ~David was the son of Jesse, and 16 2, 10 | perish. But the house of David did not deserve to have ~ 17 2, 24 | have hated the unjust." But David had ~perfect charity. Therefore 18 2, 24 | friends: hence Joab upbraided David by saying (2 Kgs. 19:6): " 19 2, 37 | revolting from the rule of David were most severely ~punished ( 20 2, 74 | punishment to man. Thus also David ~cursed the mountains of 21 2, 74 | sense also we may understand David to have ~cursed the mountains 22 2, 82 | when he was come in to king David, ~"worshiped him bowing 23 2, 82 | creature that Nathan adored David; ~while it was the reverence 24 2, 93 | seem to ~be lawful, because David is related to have engaged 25 2, 106 | Israel were punished for David's sin in numbering the people ( 26 2, 109 | sometimes to be employed"; and David "changed ~his countenance 27 2, 109 | for ~any kind of pretense. David's change of countenance 28 2, 171 | the words he utters; like ~David who said (2 Kgs. 23:2): " 29 2, 172 | Holy Ghost (such as Job, David, ~Solomon, and the like). 30 2, 172 | said in commendation of David's ~prophecy (2 Kgs. 23:3): " 31 2, 172 | of the Psalter says that "David is called ~the prophet by 32 2, 172 | Reply OBJ 1: The prophecy of David approaches near to the vision 33 2, 172 | knowledge of the Godhead; while David more fully knew and expressed 34 2, 173 | Unto the end, a ~psalm for David, in an ecstasy]: "{Ekstasis} 35 2, 173 | such was the ecstasy of David, who said (Ps. ~115:11): " 36 2, 178 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: David sought the knowledge of 37 2, 186 | weapons. ~Of such was holy David to whom the Lord gave great 38 2, 187 | stated (1 Kgs. 17:39) that David could ~not walk in Saul' 39 2, 187 | 5~The example quoted of David is not to the point, because " 40 3, 14 | came to succor us. hence David said of Him (Ps. ~120:1): " 41 3, 16 | made to Him of the seed of ~David according to the flesh." 42 3, 16 | man, is of the seed of ~David according to the flesh. 43 3, 16 | existing of the "seed of ~David according to the flesh" 44 3, 16 | being of the seed of David according to the flesh," 45 3, 16 | having flesh of the seed of David to the honor of God."~Aquin.: 46 3, 24 | made to Him of the seed of David according to the flesh," 47 3, 24 | His being of the seed of David according to ~the flesh, 48 3, 24 | flesh was to be the son of David, should be nevertheless 49 3, 27 | specially called the Son of David ~and of Abraham, by reason 50 3, 28 | the Son of Abraham ~and David, through Joseph being descended 51 3, 28 | Joseph being descended from David. But this proof ~would have 52 3, 28 | Mary were of the ~family of David."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 53 3, 31 | Whether it was derived from David?~(3) Of the genealogy of 54 3, 31 | took flesh of the seed of David?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 55 3, 31 | take flesh of the seed of ~David. For Matthew, in tracing 56 3, 31 | Christ was not descended from David.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 57 3, 31 | 1:5,36. Therefore, since David ~was of the tribe of Juda, 58 3, 31 | was not ~descended from David.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 59 3, 31 | sit upon ~the throne of David." Whereas of Christ it is 60 3, 31 | shall sit upon the throne of David." Therefore Christ was not 61 3, 31 | consequently, of the family of David, since Matthew ~traces the 62 3, 31 | traces the genealogy from David through Jechonias.~Aquin.: 63 3, 31 | made to him of the ~seed of David according to the flesh."~ 64 3, 31 | patriarchs, Abraham and David, as is clear from Mt. 1: 65 3, 31 | which is Christ." And to David it was said (Ps. ~131:11): " 66 3, 31 | Hosanna to the Son of David."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 67 3, 31 | pray for thee." Lastly David was both king and prophet.~ 68 3, 31 | beginning in Abraham: ~while in David God's election was most 69 3, 31 | Christ is not the Son of David, because He was not conceived 70 3, 31 | stranger to the family of David: and that it is not ~without 71 3, 31 | was also ~of the family of David: because we believe the 72 3, 31 | Christ was of the seed of David according to the flesh, 73 3, 31 | a wife of the family of David, through whom ~the Blessed 74 3, 31 | who was of the family of David, would be a ~cousin of Elizabeth. 75 3, 31 | who was of the family of David, married a wife of ~the 76 3, 31 | wife, was of the family ~of David, so long as we say that 77 3, 31 | some way descended from ~David.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 78 3, 31 | Matthew mentions one of David's ~sons - namely, Solomon; 79 3, 31 | be born of the family of David, not through the kings, 80 3, 31 | differently descended from David. Hence Christ is ~said to 81 3, 31 | who were descended from David; as the Apostle says (Rm. ~ 82 3, 31 | too "Matthew descends from David ~through Solomon, in whose 83 3, 31 | Solomon, in whose mother David sinned; whereas Luke ascends 84 3, 31 | whereas Luke ascends to ~David through Nathan, through 85 3, 31 | mentioning the husband by name, David's sin might be recalled. 86 3, 31 | made . . . of the ~seed of David according to the flesh." 87 3, 31 | flesh." But the seed of David was ~something signate in 88 3, 31 | Therefore Christ was in David, according to ~something 89 3, 31 | said to ~be of the seed of David, according to the flesh, 90 3, 35 | made . . . of the seed of David according to the ~flesh," 91 3, 35 | born at Bethlehem, where David was born, in ~order that 92 3, 35 | birthplace the promise made to David might be ~shown to be fulfilled. 93 3, 35 | house and of the family of David." Secondly, because, as ~ 94 3, 35 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: As David was born in Bethlehem, so 95 3, 39 | read (2 Kgs. 5:4) that "David was thirty years ~old when 96 3, 40 | pressed by hunger: just as David did not transgress ~the 97 3, 46 | and not ~unjustly. And so David exclaimed when he sought 98 3, 47 | Ethic. v). Hence it was that David condemned to death the man 99 3, 53 | it was ~predicted not of David but of Christ, that His 100 3, 53 | not see ~corruption, since David's tomb was in their midst; 101 3, 53 | did not ~convince them, if David's body was no longer there; 102 3, 53 | Now it seems hard that David from whose ~seed Christ 103 3, 59 | unto Him the ~throne of David His father, and He shall 104 3, 68 | fountain open to the House of ~David, and to the inhabitants 105 3, 83 | acceptable to God. Hence David said (1 Para 29:17): "In 106 3, 86 | 2 Kgs. 12:13) that when David penitent ~had said to Nathan: " 107 3, 89 | further on he adds: "For ~holy David did penance for his deadly 108 Suppl, 19| He ~that hath the key of David," etc.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 109 Suppl, 65| God, ~for instance Jacob, David, and several others. Therefore 110 Suppl, 84| of Magdalen, Peter, and ~David. Therefore in like manner


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