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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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figurative

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | This is, however, either a figurative or an ~emphatic way of speaking, 2 1, 51 | under the Old Law was a ~figurative indication that the Word 3 1, 51 | not a ~true eating, but figurative of spiritual eating. This 4 1, 39 | This is, however, either a figurative or an ~emphatic way of speaking, 5 1, 52 | under the Old Law was a ~figurative indication that the Word 6 1, 52 | not a ~true eating, but figurative of spiritual eating. This 7 2, 99 | precepts ~about certain figurative actions.~Aquin.: SMT FS 8 2, 101| precepts;~(2) Whether they are figurative?~(3) Whether there should 9 2, 101| Divine worship ~must needs be figurative, as we shall state further 10 2, 101| ceremonial precepts are figurative?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 11 2, 101| ceremonial precepts are not figurative. ~For it is the duty of 12 2, 101| Therefore they should not be ~figurative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 13 2, 101| hope, and charity are not figurative. Therefore the ceremonial ~ 14 2, 101| precepts should not be figurative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 15 2, 101| worship, should not be ~figurative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 16 2, 101| not consist ~in anything figurative, but solely in the praise 17 2, 101| the Old Law needed to be figurative not only of the future ~ 18 2, 102| precepts was literal or ~figurative?~(3) The causes of the sacrifices;~( 19 2, 102| literal cause or merely a ~figurative cause?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 20 2, 102| a literal, ~but merely a figurative cause. For among the ceremonial 21 2, 102| of these had any but a figurative cause: because each was 22 2, 102| precepts have none but a ~figurative reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 23 2, 102| ceremonial precepts are figurative, as stated above (Q[101], 24 2, 102| they have no other than a figurative cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 25 2, 102| besides the mystical or figurative, there is the ~literal sense. 26 2, 102| literal, ~besides their figurative causes.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 27 2, 102| way as to be ~utterances figurative of the time to come, as 28 2, 102| thus their reasons are ~figurative and mystical: whether they 29 2, 102| literal cause, but only a figurative cause; whereas in the ~abstract 30 2, 102| for Divine worship; and a figurative or mystical cause, according 31 2, 102| therefore the reasons of the ~figurative sacrifices of the Old Law 32 2, 102| 3] R.O. 12 Para. 2/2~The figurative cause is that the bread 33 2, 102| 4] R.O. 2 Para. 3/3~The figurative reason may be assigned to 34 2, 102| may be ~either literal or figurative. The literal reason was 35 2, 102| place of ~teaching. The figurative reason may be that hereby 36 2, 102| Para. 2/2~But regard to the figurative reason, the outward tabernacle, 37 2, 102| adore toward the west. A figurative ~reason may also be found 38 2, 102| OBJ 6: Both literal and figurative reasons may be assigned 39 2, 102| 4] R.O. 6 Para. 5/5~The figurative reason for all these things 40 2, 102| them. There was also a ~figurative reason for these precepts. 41 2, 102| 4] R.O. 8 Para. 2/2~The figurative meaning of these things 42 2, 102| this consecration. The ~figurative reason is that this sanctification 43 2, 102| 4] R.O. 10 Para. 3/3~The figurative reason for these feasts 44 2, 102| for the time being, and ~figurative, in so far as they were 45 2, 102| 5] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~The figurative reason for circumcision 46 2, 102| the wild ~lettuces. The figurative reason is evident, because 47 2, 102| New Law had corresponding ~figurative sacraments in the Old Law. 48 2, 102| while taking part in the ~figurative sacrifices.~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 102| was both a literal and a figurative reason for these ~uncleannesses. 50 2, 102| 5] R.O. 4 Para. 4/7~The figurative reason for these uncleannesses 51 2, 102| 5] R.O. 4 Para. 7/7~The figurative reason of these uncleannesses 52 2, 102| 5] R.O. 5 Para. 2/3~The figurative reason of this sacrifice 53 2, 102| 5] R.O. 6 Para. 2/3~The figurative reason of these things was 54 2, 102| 5] R.O. 7 Para. 3/3~The figurative reason was that the Divine 55 2, 102| 5] R.O. 8 Para. 4/4~The figurative reason of these things was 56 2, 102| 5] R.O. 10 Para. 4/5~The figurative reason is evident. Because 57 2, 102| 6] R.O. 1 Para. 4/4~The figurative reason for these things 58 2, 102| the milk of its ~dam." The figurative reason for this prohibition 59 2, 102| 6] R.O. 5 Para. 2/2~The figurative reason was that this foreshadowed 60 2, 102| an occasion of ~lust. The figurative reason is that the prohibition 61 2, 102| 6] R.O. 8 Para. 4/4~The figurative reason for these things 62 2, 102| 2~They have, however, a figurative reason. For the prohibition: " 63 2, 102| uncleanness appear therein." The figurative reason for this ~precept, 64 2, 103| worship of God ~will be figurative; there will be naught but " 65 2, 104| precepts?~(2) Whether they are figurative?~(3) Their duration;~(4) 66 2, 104| the judicial precepts were figurative?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 67 2, 104| judicial precepts were not figurative. ~Because it seems proper 68 2, 104| the judicial precepts are ~figurative, there will be no difference 69 2, 104| to other peoples were not figurative, but stated ~what had to 70 2, 104| neighbor should not have been figurative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 71 2, 104| answer that, A precept may be figurative in two ways. First, ~primarily 72 2, 104| ceremonial ~precepts are figurative; since they were instituted 73 2, 104| Christ. But some precepts are figurative, not primarily ~and in themselves, 74 2, 104| precepts of ~the Old Law are figurative. For they were not instituted 75 2, 104| for the purpose ~of being figurative, but in order that they 76 2, 104| directed by these precepts, was figurative, ~according to 1 Cor. 10: 77 2, 104| ceremonial precepts are not figurative in the same way ~as the 78 2, 104| had to be ~prophetic and figurative, as Augustine states (Contra 79 2, 104| to this people ~were more figurative that those which were given 80 2, 104| in this ~respect it was figurative.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[104] A[ 81 2, 104| ceremonial precepts are ~figurative primarily and in themselves, 82 2, 106| But as the first state is figurative and imperfect in comparison 83 2, 106| so is the present state figurative and imperfect in ~comparison 84 2, 107| 4). ~Now the latter were figurative of something to come. Wherefore 85 2, 108| statements to have been figurative and prophetic. Hence Augustine 86 2, 108| hyperbolical or ~any kind of figurative expressions, with which 87 2, 109| change of countenance was a figurative ~pretense, as a gloss observes 88 2, 120| this observance is not figurative, as was the observance of 89 3, 16 | other: unless merely by a figurative expression, ~inasmuch as 90 3, 22 | born of the stock of the figurative ~priests, that it might 91 3, 30 | argument, but as a kind of figurative example.: consequently ~ 92 3, 37 | Nevertheless, these birds have a figurative sense. For the ~turtle dove, 93 3, 39 | prescribed by the law was merely ~figurative, whereas John's baptism, 94 3, 46 | sacrifices ~to Himself: and these figurative sacrifices foreshadowed 95 3, 47 | the Jews who offered the figurative sacrifices of the ~Old Law. 96 3, 48 | speaking there of visible figurative ~sacrifices: and even Christ' 97 3, 48 | although denoted by other ~figurative sacrifices, is yet a sign 98 3, 66 | Passion put an end to the figurative sacraments, which were supplanted 99 3, 66 | to whom all things were ~figurative, as Augustine says (Contra 100 3, 66 | Damascene enumerates certain figurative Baptisms. For ~instance, " 101 3, 66 | Baptism of Water by way of a ~figurative representation; in the Baptism 102 3, 70 | Baptism; although less clearly figurative of Baptism, as to externals, ~ 103 3, 73 | just as ~the other was figurative of the Passion to come. 104 3, 78 | Sacrament of Charity," as being figurative and ~effective thereof.~ 105 3, 80 | prevented approaching those figurative sacraments; but if they 106 3, 82 | Further, Christ's true body is figurative of His mystical body, ~as


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