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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 66 | authority of ~Strabus and Bede, and also of Basil; all 2 1, 66 | the blessed. Strabus and Bede ~say that as soon as created 3 1, 66 | statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach that there is an empyrean 4 1, 68 | corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede (Hexaem. i) and Strabus, 5 1, 67 | authority of ~Strabus and Bede, and also of Basil; all 6 1, 67 | the blessed. Strabus and Bede ~say that as soon as created 7 1, 67 | statement. Strabus and ~Bede teach that there is an empyrean 8 1, 69 | corporeal heaven. ~According to Bede (Hexaem. i) and Strabus, 9 1, 95 | Thomas may have had in mind Bede, Hexaem., as quoted in the ~ 10 1, 95 | lion and falcon. Nor does Bede's gloss on Gn. ~1:30, say 11 1, 100 | ignorance is a result of sin, as Bede says (Cf. FS, ~Q[85], A[ 12 1, 101 | not a corporeal place. For Bede ~[*Strabus, Gloss on Gn. 13 1, 101 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Bede's assertion is untrue, if 14 1, 110 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Bede says (Super Matth. xv, 11), 15 2, 65 | without certain virtues. For Bede says (on Lk. 17:10) ~that 16 2, 80 | with evil desires"; and Bede, commenting on Acts 5:3, 17 2, 85 | four wounds, mentioned by Bede, with which human nature 18 2, 85 | wounded in his nature," as Bede [*The quotation is from 19 2, 85 | contrary, The authority of Bede suffices [*Reference not 20 2, 85 | strength and clogs the ~reason. Bede, however, took weakness 21 2, 2 | is apparently taken from ~Bede.] and hope which is in you." 22 2, 10 | is apparently taken from ~Bede]." Sometimes again, it is 23 2, 87 | its ~result is evil" [*Cf. Bede, Homil. xix, in Decoll. 24 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 1: According to Bede's commentary on Lk. 8:30, " 25 2, 93 | the Acts of the Apostles, Bede says (Super Act. ~Apost. 26 2, 93 | Holy Ghost. Wherefore, as Bede ~says (Super Act. Apost. 27 2, 120 | a general precept: since Bede in commenting on Lk. 13: 28 2, 145 | we may say with Jerome [*Bede, Comment. in Luc. v] ~that 29 2, 165 | our neighbor's actions, as Bede observes [*Comment. in 1 30 2, 165 | curious." Now according to Bede (Comment. in 1 Jn. ~2:16) " 31 2, 170 | mixture of truth. Hence Bede says ~[*Comment. in Luc. 32 2, 186 | according to the gloss of Bede ~on "And after these things" ( 33 3, 12 | His human nature. Hence Bede ~says (on Lk. 22:43): "In 34 3, 28 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: As Bede says on Lk. 1:33: Joseph 35 3, 28 | to the ~Lord." This, says Bede, "is said in regard to the 36 3, 30 | effected by Christ. Wherefore Bede says in a homily (in Annunt.): ~" 37 3, 35 | His Nature. And, again, as Bede says on Lk. 2:7: "In ~order 38 3, 35 | restore us to life, so, as Bede says (Super Luc. ii, ~4, 39 3, 37 | exhort us to ~be obedient" [*Bede, Hom. x in Evang.]. Wherefore 40 3, 37 | worthy of Divine regard" [*Bede, on Lk. 2:23].~Aquin.: SMT 41 3, 37 | or two young pigeons" [*Bede, Hom. xv in Purif.]. "And ~ 42 3, 37 | and laid in a manger" [*Bede ~on Lk. 1]. Nevertheless, 43 3, 37 | prayers of the Church" ~[*Bede, Hom. xv in Purif.]. Lastly, 44 3, 38 | baptism of Christ. Wherefore Bede [*Cf. Scot. Erig. ~in Joan. 45 3, 38 | circumcision: because, as Bede says (Hom. x in Circumcis.), " 46 3, 38 | OBJ 1: In these words, as Bede says (on Mk. 1:4), a twofold ~ 47 3, 38 | regenerating ~virtue," as Bede asserts (Mag. Sent. iv, 48 3, 38 | Fourthly, because, as Bede [*Scot. Erig. Comment. in 49 3, 39 | Christi). Secondly, as Bede says on Mk. 1:9, He was ~ 50 3, 40 | disciples of Christ. On which Bede comments, saying that "John 51 3, 40 | associating with other men. Hence Bede says on Mk. 2:18: "Christ 52 3, 41 | other hand, according to Bede's exposition of Mk. 1:12, 53 3, 44 | be the Son of God. Hence Bede ~says on Lk. 4:41: "The 54 3, 44 | Thirdly, because, as Bede says, "He did not ~wish 55 3, 44 | to be aroused thereby" [*Bede, Expos. in Luc. ~iv, 41]. 56 3, 44 | moreover, we are taught, as Bede ~says on Mk. 9:25, that " 57 3, 44 | of Antioch] says. Or as Bede observes on Mk. 8:23: "Whom 58 3, 45 | body of His glory." Hence Bede ~says on Mk. 8:39: "By His 59 3, 45 | of glory. For ~a gloss of Bede on Mt. 17:2, "He was transfigured 60 3, 45 | see the kingdom of God," Bede's gloss says: "That is, 61 3, 45 | hindered by the people" [*Bede, Hom. xviii; cf. Catena ~ 62 3, 46 | at the one ~time. And as Bede says on Lk. 22:7,8: "Although 63 3, 46 | odor ~of sweetness." Hence Bede says in a Homily (xxiii): " 64 3, 46 | Fourthly, because, as Bede says on Mk. 15:27: "The 65 3, 47 | Him to be the Son of God." Bede ~likewise, commenting on 66 3, 47 | of their ignorance. Hence Bede, commenting on Lk. ~23:34, " 67 3, 51 | a pure soul." Hence, as Bede says on Mark ~15:46: "The 68 3, 54 | lay in His ~power." For as Bede says on Lk. 24:41: "The 69 3, 54 | Christ's own ~glory. For Bede says on Lk. 24:40 that He 70 3, 54 | faith in His Resurrection" (Bede, on ~Lk. 24:40). Thirdly, " 71 3, 54 | death He endured for us" (Bede, on Lk. 24:40). ~Fourthly, " 72 3, 54 | traces of ~the same death" (Bede, on Lk. 24:40). Lastly, " 73 3, 54 | their just condemnation" (Bede, on Lk. 24:40). ~Hence, 74 3, 55 | mortal ~semblance. Hence Bede in explaining those words 75 3, 55 | them who rise again." Hence Bede says on Lk. ~24:41: "Christ 76 3, 62 | cleanses the heart?" ~And Bede says that "Our Lord conferred 77 3, 62 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Bede says in a homily on the 78 3, 66 | the Sentences, iv, 3) and ~Bede (Exposit. in Luc. iii, 21) 79 3, 69 | was opened," the gloss of Bede ~says: "We see here the 80 3, 70 | also was circumcision, as Bede says (Hom. in Circum.). ~ 81 3, 83 | from the Penitential of Bede ~the Priest: "If, owing 82 3, 88 | house, whence I ~came out," Bede says: "This verse should 83 3, 88 | Reply OBJ 2: By these words Bede means that the guilt already 84 Suppl, 8 | contrary, is the authority of Bede (on James 5:16, "Confess . . . ~ 85 Suppl, 36| apparently took his reading from Bede]." Now to give a ~reason 86 Suppl, 40| burden of ~the Gospel, as Bede observes (De Tabernac. iii). 87 Suppl, 69| with the holy angels, as Bede [*Hexaem. ~i, ad Gn. 1:2] 88 Suppl, 72| c. - Among ~the works of Bede].~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[74] A[ 89 Suppl, 72| elements. For a gloss of Bede on 2 Pt. 3:12 says: "This 90 Suppl, 72| the deluge ~reached it, as Bede says (Hexaem. i, ad Gen. 91 Suppl, 93| contrary, A gloss [*Ven. Bede, De Tabernaculis i, 6] on 92 Suppl, 93| aureole." Thus a gloss of Bede on Ex. ~25:25, "Thou . . . 93 Suppl, 93| of these fruits given by Bede is unfitting. For he says ~( 94 Suppl, 93| for the reason given by Bede ~quoted above, although 95 Suppl, 93| supererogation, wherefore Bede ~commenting on Ex. 25:25, "


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