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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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scriptures

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | authority of the canonical Scriptures as an ~incontrovertible 2 1, 1 | yet this is often found in Scriptures.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[9] 3 1, 3 | posture is said of God in the Scriptures: "I saw the Lord ~sitting" ( 4 1, 3 | or "whereto." But in the Scriptures God is spoken of as a ~local 5 1, 12 | iv) a man is said in ~the Scriptures to see God in the sense 6 1, 17 | untruths and lies in the ~Scriptures, according to the words 7 1, 24 | it is ~customary in the Scriptures to say that something is 8 1, 50 | he contended that in the ~Scriptures even men bearing a divine 9 1, 50 | foreign to the custom of the Scriptures for ~the powers of irrational 10 1, 59 | appetite. But in the Sacred ~Scriptures these things are attributed 11 1, 51 | he contended that in the ~Scriptures even men bearing a divine 12 1, 51 | foreign to the custom of the Scriptures for ~the powers of irrational 13 1, 60 | appetite. But in the Sacred ~Scriptures these things are attributed 14 2, 22 | would not be ascribed by the Scriptures to God and the angels. ~ 15 2, 51 | apostles the science of the Scriptures and of all tongues, ~which 16 2, 82 | the custom of the Divine Scriptures in the frequent use of the 17 2, 99 | God are set forth ~in the Scriptures not only by similitudes 18 2, 102 | signifies meditation on the Scriptures and a sound understanding ~ 19 2, 1 | and other ~doctrines and Scriptures to their own destruction, 20 2, 2 | contained in the Divine Scriptures. Then alone is ~he bound 21 2, 3 | confession is commended by the Scriptures. One ~is the confession 22 2, 5 | Truth proposed to us in ~Scriptures, according to the teaching 23 2, 8 | that Our Lord opened the scriptures to His ~disciples, that 24 2, 8 | contained in ~the Divine Scriptures.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[8] A[2] 25 2, 11 | that "whoever expounds the ~Scriptures in any sense but that of 26 2, 11 | sluggishness, and search the ~Scriptures more carefully," as Augustine 27 2, 21 | many other ~passages of the Scriptures.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[22] A[ 28 2, 22 | the study of the Divine Scriptures." No more is it ~friendship 29 2, 74 | way the prophets in ~the Scriptures sometimes call down evils 30 2, 80 | charity; since, in the Scriptures, charity is represented 31 2, 87 | be said: Nonsense! the ~Scriptures were made for God's sake, 32 2, 87 | God for the sake of the ~Scriptures." Now men of all conditions 33 2, 93 | while we have the ~divine Scriptures, to seek knowledge from 34 2, 93 | the observances which ~the Scriptures relate as being practiced 35 2, 96 | to have read in the Holy ~Scriptures that we must not accept 36 2, 108 | however, are commended in the Scriptures, not on account of ~perfect 37 2, 119 | and ~not to contradict the Scriptures whether one understands 38 2, 120 | and ~just as the Divine scriptures teach the interior worship 39 2, 168 | not contradict the Divine Scriptures, as Augustine observes ( 40 2, 170 | demons are styled in the Scriptures as ~prophets, not simply, 41 2, 171 | they might understand the scriptures" ~(Lk. 24:45); and to this 42 2, 174 | under prophecy, because the Scriptures are expounded by the ~same 43 2, 182 | watchings, meditating on the ~Scriptures, penury and loss of all 44 2, 185 | meditation on the Holy Scriptures and by the divine praises. 45 2, 186 | who are ignorant of ~the scriptures. Thus we read in the Conferences 46 2, 186 | Love the science of the Scriptures and thou shalt have no love 47 2, 186 | watchings, meditating on ~the Scriptures, poverty, and privation 48 3, 2 | evangelical and apostolic Scriptures, or have been ~said of Christ 49 3, 16 | evangelical and apostolic Scriptures, or have been ~said of Christ 50 3, 16 | His prophets in the ~holy Scriptures, concerning His Son Who 51 3, 20 | flesh, according to the Scriptures, let him be anathema." And 52 3, 23 | properly attributed by the Scriptures to ~the angels; according 53 3, 27 | handed down in the canonical Scriptures ~concerning the sanctification 54 3, 28 | Joseph" - first, because "the Scriptures are not wont to trace the ~ 55 3, 28 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The Scriptures are wont to designate as 56 3, 29 | courts. The custom of the ~Scriptures, too, shows that the ancestry 57 3, 31 | because we believe the Scriptures, which assert ~both that 58 3, 43 | what is proved ~from the Scriptures unless (they are convinced) 59 3, 46 | Christ, foretold ~in the Scriptures and prefigured in the observances 60 3, 46 | faith, and even the Divine Scriptures upon which ~faith is based, 61 3, 47 | grasped the mysteries of the Scriptures, did not fully comprehend 62 3, 51 | customary usage of speech of the Scriptures, whereby the ~whole is understood 63 3, 52 | I find ~anywhere in the Scriptures hell mentioned as something 64 3, 52 | clxiv): "If the sacred ~Scriptures had said that Christ came 65 3, 55 | whole authority of the Scriptures is weakened. Consequently, 66 3, 55 | authority of the ~Sacred Scriptures that He proved to them the 67 3, 55 | was the testimony of ~the Scriptures, which He set before them 68 3, 55 | and ~discoursing on the Scriptures. And, in order that nothing 69 3, 55 | the testimonies of the ~Scriptures, the sayings of the angels, 70 3, 60 | things: just as in the Divine Scriptures spiritual things are ~set 71 3, 60 | and of similitudes in the Scriptures. And ~consequently, just 72 3, 60 | explanation of the Holy Scriptures. Nevertheless, it is not 73 3, 64 | all handed down by the Scriptures, yet the Church holds them 74 3, 72 | not handed down ~in those Scriptures that are in general use. 75 3, 78 | various passages of the ~Scriptures. Because the words, "This 76 3, 80 | and hope, ~whereunto the Scriptures constantly urge us, are 77 Suppl, 40| In ~accordance with the Scriptures and the statutes and definitions 78 Suppl, 69| namely God, whose throne the Scriptures proclaim ~heaven to be ( 79 Suppl, 69| by reason of which the Scriptures apply the corporeal ~world 80 Suppl, 69| metaphorically. Thus the Scriptures speak of God ~as the sun, 81 Suppl, 69| authority of the ~canonical Scriptures and the doctrine of the 82 Suppl, 93| when it is stated in the Scriptures that a ~higher degree of


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