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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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tabernacle

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1 2, 98 | Israel? But ~you carried a tabernacle for your Moloch, and the 2 2, 100 | made and placed in the tabernacle, as related in Ex. 25:18 - 3 2, 101 | God: in which ~sense the tabernacle and its vessels were said 4 2, 101 | the instruments of the ~tabernacle of the testimony . . . in 5 2, 101 | sacred things," such as ~the tabernacle, the vessels and so forth. 6 2, 101 | worship of God, such as the tabernacle and its vessels had. But 7 2, 102 | unfitting that in the Old Law a tabernacle or temple should be ~set 8 2, 102 | except by ~Christ. But the tabernacle denoted the state of the 9 2, 102 | have ~been not only one tabernacle or temple, but many.~Aquin.: 10 2, 102 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the tabernacle or temple was ordained to 11 2, 102 | seems unbecoming for the tabernacle or temple to be divided ~ 12 2, 102 | movement ~begins. But the tabernacle was set up for the worship 13 2, 102 | cherubim to be set up in the ~tabernacle or temple. In like manner, 14 2, 102 | cover suffices for one tabernacle or house. Therefore it was 15 2, 102 | unbecoming ~to furnish the tabernacle with many coverings, viz. 16 2, 102 | therefore unsuitable for the ~tabernacle and its vessels to be consecrated, 17 2, 102 | when he was to finish the ~tabernacle: See, says He, that thou 18 2, 102 | need, on His part, ~for a tabernacle or temple to be set up. 19 2, 102 | was need for a special ~tabernacle or temple to be set up for 20 2, 102 | details in such temple or tabernacle.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 21 2, 102 | Until that time a portable ~tabernacle was employed for divine 22 2, 102 | distinction ~between the tabernacle and the temple.~Aquin.: 23 2, 102 | twofold state. For the tabernacle, which was changeable, signifies 24 2, 102 | future state. Or else the ~tabernacle signifies the state of the 25 2, 102 | at ~the building of the tabernacle; whereas the temple was 26 2, 102 | the unity of the temple or tabernacle may be ~either literal or 27 2, 102 | the unity of the temple or tabernacle betokened the ~unity of 28 2, 102 | also the division of the ~tabernacle or temple signified the 29 2, 102 | worship of God. Now the ~tabernacle was divided into two parts: 30 2, 102 | was a court facing the ~tabernacle. Accordingly there are two 31 2, 102 | One ~is in respect of the tabernacle being ordained to the worship 32 2, 102 | by the ~division of the tabernacle. For that part which was 33 2, 102 | entered into the inner tabernacle, i.e. the Holy of Holies: 34 2, 102 | whereas into the outward tabernacle, i.e. the Holy ~Place, the 35 2, 102 | figurative reason, the outward tabernacle, which was ~called the Holy 36 2, 102 | seqq.): because into that tabernacle "the priests always ~entered 37 2, 102 | sacrifices." But the inner ~tabernacle, which was called the Holy 38 2, 102 | entered into the ~outer tabernacle. This outer tabernacle was 39 2, 102 | outer tabernacle. This outer tabernacle was divided from the court 40 2, 102 | order to prevent this, the tabernacle had the Holy of ~Holies 41 2, 102 | whole state of the first ~tabernacle was ordained to foreshadow 42 2, 102 | things contained in the tabernacle. The literal reason is in 43 2, 102 | observed (ad 4), the ~inner tabernacle, called the Holy of Holies, 44 2, 102 | spiritual substances, hence that tabernacle contained three things, ~ 45 2, 102 | R.O. 6 Para. 2/5~The outer tabernacle, which denotes this present 46 2, 102 | rod, and, in the outer ~tabernacle, by the altar of incense: 47 2, 102 | the rod of Aaron ~into the tabernacle of the testimony, that it 48 2, 102 | there might always be in the tabernacle a ~sweet-smelling smoke; 49 2, 102 | through respect for the tabernacle, and as a ~remedy for the 50 2, 102 | In the court outside the tabernacle was the altar of holocausts, 51 2, 102 | altar was put up outside the tabernacle and in ~the court, to the 52 2, 102 | from the ~relation of the tabernacle to Christ, who was foreshadowed 53 2, 102 | ministers who served the tabernacle. Now concerning the construction 54 2, 102 | Para. 2/3~But when once the tabernacle had been constructed to 55 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 8: The body of the tabernacle consisted of boards placed 56 2, 102 | covered the sides only of the tabernacle; and the roof ~of the tabernacle 57 2, 102 | tabernacle; and the roof ~of the tabernacle was covered with violet-colored 58 2, 102 | not only the roof ~of the tabernacle, but also reached to the 59 2, 102 | covered the boards ~of the tabernacle on the outside. The literal 60 2, 102 | adornment and protection of the tabernacle, that ~it might be an object 61 2, 102 | the boards of which the ~tabernacle was constructed signify 62 2, 102 | the sanctification of the tabernacle ~and vessels was that they 63 2, 102 | sanctification of the living tabernacle, i.e. the faithful of whom 64 2, 102 | against the door of the tabernacle seven times"; for the number 65 2, 102 | over against . . . the tabernacle," which denotes the ~synagogue, 66 2, 102 | it; to signify ~that the tabernacle was cleansed from the uncleanness 67 2, 102 | being ~brought into the tabernacle of the covenant, as being 68 2, 102 | observed in ~regard to the tabernacle and its vessels, and in 69 2, 102 | of the respect due to the tabernacle of the ~covenant which stood 70 2, 82 | because ~the door of the Tabernacle looked to the east (Ex. 71 2, 85 | wherewith they serve Me in the Tabernacle." Now the clergy are the ~ 72 2, 92 | worship: since both in the Tabernacle were there ~images of the 73 2, 92 | Reply OBJ 1: Neither in the Tabernacle or Temple of the Old Law, 74 3, 27 | the sanctification of the tabernacle, of which it is written ( 75 3, 27 | hath sanctified His own tabernacle," seems to ~signify the 76 3, 27 | God, who is called "God's ~Tabernacle," according to Ps. 18:6: " 77 3, 27 | 18:6: "He hath set His tabernacle in the ~sun." But of the 78 3, 27 | in the ~sun." But of the tabernacle it is written (Ex. 40:31, 79 3, 27 | perfected, the cloud covered the tabernacle of the testimony, ~and the 80 3, 57 | Israel in a cloud over the Tabernacle (Ex. 40:32; Num. ~9:15).~ 81 3, 83 | they are going into the tabernacle of the testimony . ~. . 82 Suppl, 19| by His own blood" into a tabernacle not made with hand, whither 83 Suppl, 19| heaven, but of an earthly tabernacle.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[19] A[ 84 Suppl, 19| them could enter into a tabernacle ~which was "made with hand."~ 85 Suppl, 92| 18:6, ~"He hath set His tabernacle in the sun," etc., and Apoc. 86 Suppl, 92| Apoc. 21:3, "Behold ~the tabernacle of God with men." Therefore


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