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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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temple

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1 1, 27 | that your members ~are the temple of the Holy Ghost?" (1 Cor. 2 1, 27 | Cor. 6:19). Now, to have a temple ~is God's prerogative. Others 3 1, 43 | dwell ~therein as in His own temple. So no other effect can 4 1, 43 | dwell ~therein as in His own temple. So no other effect can 5 2, 102 | could not be offered in ~the temple like other animals.~Aquin.: 6 2, 102 | Old Law a tabernacle or temple should be ~set up for the 7 2, 102 | changed by the building of a temple.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 8 2, 102 | not only one tabernacle or temple, but many.~Aquin.: SMT FS 9 2, 102 | Further, the tabernacle or temple was ordained to the worship 10 2, 102 | unbecoming for the tabernacle or temple to be divided ~by means 11 2, 102 | up in the ~tabernacle or temple. In like manner, the ark, 12 2, 102 | part, ~for a tabernacle or temple to be set up. But men, who 13 2, 102 | a special ~tabernacle or temple to be set up for the worship 14 2, 102 | various details in such temple or tabernacle.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 102 | for ~the first time the temple was built in the place which 16 2, 102 | by the building of ~the temple before the aforesaid time; 17 2, 102 | be ~the result. Hence the temple was not built until they 18 2, 102 | between the tabernacle and the temple.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 19 2, 102 | changeable life: whereas the temple, which was fixed ~and stable, 20 2, 102 | in the building of the ~temple no sound was heard of hammer 21 2, 102 | of the Old Law; while the temple built by ~Solomon betokens 22 2, 102 | tabernacle; whereas the temple was built with the ~cooperation 23 2, 102 | reason for the unity of the temple or tabernacle may be ~either 24 2, 102 | takes the place of both temple and ~synagogue: since the 25 2, 102 | Just as the unity of the temple or tabernacle betokened 26 2, 102 | division of the ~tabernacle or temple signified the distinction 27 2, 102 | their backs towards the temple of the Lord, and their ~ 28 2, 102 | the priests entering the temple, might ~grasp the meaning 29 2, 102 | enhance the beauty of the temple, for the ~magnificence of 30 2, 102 | the priests who served the temple should take their ~food 31 2, 102 | take their ~food in the temple: wherefore, as stated in 32 2, 102 | figures were instituted in the temple to betoken Christ. For ~ 33 2, 102 | feet before entering ~the temple; and that He commanded ( 34 2, 102 | fixed times served in the temple, should not ~"incur an uncleanness 35 2, 103 | Apoc. 21:22): "I saw no temple therein: for the Lord God ~ 36 2, 103 | Lord God ~Almighty is the temple thereof, and the Lamb." 37 2, 103 | Christ "the veil of the ~temple was rent" (Mt. 27:51). Hence, 38 2, 103 | with them, entered into the temple, giving ~notice of the accomplishment 39 2, 108 | the sanctification of a temple ~or of the vessels, or to 40 2, 108 | in the consecration of a temple, an altar or the like, or, ~ 41 2, 109 | you not that you are the temple of God, and that the ~Spirit 42 2, 41 | sit ~at meat in the idol's temple" (1 Cor. 8:10), though this 43 2, 57 | If any man violate the temple of God, him shall God destroy."~ 44 2, 75 | who is cast out of God's temple." ~Cassiodorus speaks in 45 2, 75 | Our Lord cast out of the temple." Now ~no man is cast out 46 2, 75 | no man is cast out of the temple except for a sin. Therefore 47 2, 79 | only ~men, but also the temple, vessels and such like things 48 2, 92 | Neither in the Tabernacle or Temple of the Old Law, nor ~again 49 2, 120 | priests who worked in the temple on the Sabbath. Also Elias ( 50 2, 120 | days the priests in the temple break the Sabbath," i.e. 51 2, 120 | even as the ~priests in the temple break the Sabbath, and are 52 2, 145 | also in this month the temple of Jerusalem was burnt down 53 2, 145 | the destruction of ~the temple (Ezech. 4).~Aquin.: SMT 54 2, 151 | pleasures should destroy His temple which thou hast begun ~to 55 3, 2 | dwelt in the man, as in a temple; secondly, ~"by unity of 56 3, 2 | by indwelling, as in His temple (as Nestorius ~said), or 57 3, 7 | Persians, would ~rebuild the temple of God, as is clear from 58 3, 12 | They found Him in the temple in the midst of ~the doctors, 59 3, 32 | which is also called His temple, according ~to Jn. 2:21: " 60 3, 32 | 21: "But He spoke of the temple of His body." Therefore 61 3, 32 | just as it is called His temple . . . and what is done by 62 3, 33 | Six-and-forty ~years was this Temple in building"; on which words 63 3, 33 | without reason that the Temple, which was a type of His 64 3, 33 | as it took ~to build the Temple, in so many days was our 65 3, 35 | and to build there the Temple of ~God, so that Jerusalem 66 3, 36 | rather to the priests in the Temple than to ~the shepherds in 67 3, 36 | the Child Jesus in the ~Temple - "they returned into Galilee, 68 3, 36 | it was made known in the Temple to the ~righteous on the 69 3, 36 | manifested to them in the Jewish Temple.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 70 3, 37 | becomingly presented in the temple?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 71 3, 37 | unbecomingly presented in the ~Temple. For it is written (Ex. 72 3, 37 | to be presented ~in the Temple.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 73 3, 37 | was then presented in the Temple ~for the first time. Wherefore 74 3, 37 | of God should go to the temple to ~be purified?~Aquin.: 75 3, 37 | Mother of God to go ~to the Temple to be purified. For purification 76 3, 37 | should not have gone to the Temple to be ~purified.~Aquin.: 77 3, 37 | no need to come to the Temple to be purified.~Aquin.: 78 3, 37 | Virgin should come to the Temple to be ~purified. ~Aquin.: 79 3, 40 | Sabbath-days the priests in the Temple break the Sabbath, ~and 80 3, 41 | to "the pinnacle of the Temple" and again "into a very 81 3, 41 | upon ~the pinnacle of the Temple": which is certainly not 82 3, 41 | Christ on a pinnacle of the ~Temple, he purposed to tempt Him 83 3, 41 | temptation to vainglory in the ~Temple, especially since Luke puts 84 3, 41 | set on a pinnacle of the Temple ~without being seen by others. 85 3, 41 | on the pinnacle of the ~Temple; or the latter first, and 86 3, 41 | on a pinnacle of the Temple) "that He might be seen 87 3, 44 | Himself and went out of the Temple," on which ~Theophylact 88 3, 44 | Himself in a corner of the Temple, as ~if afraid, or take 89 3, 46 | these were offered up in the Temple. Therefore it seems that 90 3, 46 | to have suffered in the Temple, and not outside the city 91 3, 46 | the gate, and not ~in the Temple nor in the city. First of 92 3, 46 | roof, nor in the ~Jewish Temple, lest the Jews might take 93 3, 57 | The Lord is in His holy temple, the Lord's ~throne is in 94 3, 66 | the latter is made the temple of the Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 95 3, 72 | he is ~consecrated as a temple of the Holy Ghost, and as 96 3, 82 | altar . . . despising the temple and neglecting the ~sacrifices."~ 97 3, 83 | daily with one accord in the temple; and, breaking bread from ~ 98 Suppl, 19| contained in a material temple, and they have to judge ~ 99 Suppl, 19| from or admitted to that temple; ~which judgment they pronounce, 100 Suppl, 20| people, and had but one ~temple, so that there was no need 101 Suppl, 37| Hier. iii). For just as temple, altar, vessels, and vestments 102 Suppl, 37| out the sellers from the Temple. But this ~belongs to a


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