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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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gold

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | images ~of a mountain and of gold can form the likeness of 2 1, 17 | falsely honey; and tin, false gold. Regarding this, ~Augustine 3 1, 23 | are not only vessels of gold and silver; but ~also of 4 1, 57 | explaining Job 28:17: "Gold or crystal cannot equal 5 1, 58 | explaining Job 28:17: "Gold or crystal cannot equal 6 1, 77 | from the ~imaginary form of gold, and imaginary form of a 7 1, 83 | matter, such ~as the color of gold without receiving gold. 8 1, 83 | of gold without receiving gold. So also the intellect, ~ 9 2, 2 | written (Wis. 7:9) that "all gold in comparison of ~her, is 10 2, 86 | another body, e.g. ~a garment, gold or silver, or the like. 11 2, 89 | 3:12) those who build ~"gold, silver, precious stones," 12 2, 89 | good works, signified by gold, silver, and precious ~stones, 13 2, 89 | they are designated by "gold," "silver," and ~"precious 14 2, 102 | altar of wood laid over with gold or brass; and ~of such a 15 2, 102 | overlay it with the purest gold."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 16 2, 102 | which are betokened by gold. And in the ark was a golden 17 2, 102 | girdle; and it was made of gold, and violet and purple, 18 2, 102 | from taking silver and gold of which idols were made, 19 2, 102 | by Nicolai.] Silver and gold were reasonably forbidden ( 20 2, 102 | lest, by taking silver and gold, they should be ~led by 21 2, 108 | Mt. 10:9: "Do not possess gold, nor ~silver, nor money 22 2, 7 | impure, when mixed with gold, which betters it, ~but 23 2, 30 | bring thee more profit ~than gold."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 24 2, 75 | the real metal, ~silver or gold produced by some chemical 25 2, 75 | uses for which silver and gold are necessary, for instance 26 2, 75 | value, as when a man sells gold instead of copper, and then 27 2, 75 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Gold and silver are costly not 28 2, 75 | substance. Hence if the ~gold or silver produced by alchemists 29 2, 75 | true specific nature of ~gold and silver, the sale thereof 30 2, 75 | unjust, especially as ~real gold and silver can produce certain 31 2, 75 | which the counterfeit gold and silver of alchemists 32 2, 75 | maladies. Moreover real gold can be employed ~more frequently, 33 2, 75 | purity than ~counterfeit gold. If however real gold were 34 2, 75 | counterfeit gold. If however real gold were to be produced by alchemy, 35 2, 105 | when Blessed Nicolas threw gold into a house secretly, wishing 36 2, 116 | denotes a certain greed for gold [aeris aviditas*], because, ~ 37 2, 153 | value is not measured with gold ~or silver, which are appreciable 38 2, 160 | one man is ~proud of his gold, another of his eloquence: 39 2, 167 | hair, or the wearing of gold, ~or the putting on of apparel." 40 2, 167 | those ~who are bedecked with gold and pearls and trinkets 41 2, 167 | forbidding the wearing of gold or costly attire ~except 42 2, 167 | not with plaited hair, or gold, or pearls, or ~costly attire": 43 2, 181 | are not only vessels of gold and silver, but also ~of 44 2, 183 | 10:9, "Do not possess ~gold, nor silver, nor money in 45 2, 183 | besides God; and if he have gold and silver, possessions, 46 2, 183 | we should possess neither gold nor silver means ~that the 47 2, 183 | to go preaching without gold or silver ~or other means, 48 2, 184 | away a large amount of ~gold; for he considered that 49 2, 184 | he could not possess both gold and virtue at ~the same 50 2, 184 | that hath ~not gone after gold," and this because he has 51 2, 184 | or to external ~riches of gold and silver which are measured 52 2, 186 | 10:9,10): "Do not possess gold, nor silver, nor ~money 53 3, 7 | is written (Job ~28:17): "Gold nor crystal cannot equal 54 3, 15 | first place is given to gold). They themselves were ~ 55 3, 25 | stone or wood, silver or ~gold - thus we venerate the cross 56 3, 36 | with Christ's greatness: "gold, as to the great King; they 57 3, 36 | we are taught to ~offer gold, "which signifies wisdom, 58 3, 40 | 10:9): "Do not possess gold nor ~silver." And the apostles ( 59 3, 41 | cities and inhabitants, their gold and silver: but ~that the 60 3, 48 | with ~corruptible things as gold or silver from your vain 61 3, 51 | Matthew (27:59), "but not with gold or gems, or silk," as Jerome ~ 62 3, 70 | cupidity loves "thousands of gold ~and silver" (Ps. 118:72).~ 63 3, 83 | Ex. 27:1,2), or "with gold" ~(Ex. 25). Consequently, 64 3, 83 | be of stone, and not of gold or of silver or tin.~Aquin.: 65 3, 83 | OBJ 7: Further, just as gold is the most precious among 66 3, 83 | since the chalice is of gold, the altar cloths ~ought 67 3, 83 | should be made entirely of gold, or of ~silver or at least 68 Suppl, 15| as "the same ~fire makes gold glisten and straw reek," 69 Suppl, 72| gave to Judas a ~sword of gold, saying: Take this holy 70 Suppl, 77| human nature, just as true gold is what ~has the true form 71 Suppl, 77| what ~has the true form of gold whence gold derives its 72 Suppl, 77| true form of gold whence gold derives its proper being. 73 Suppl, 80| and like bodies, just as gold and similar things may be 74 Suppl, 82| Gregory says on Job 28:17, "Gold ~or crystal cannot equal 75 Suppl, 82| Gregory says ~on Job 28:17, "Gold or crystal cannot equal 76 Suppl, 82| compares the glorified body to gold on account of ~clarity, 77 Suppl, 86| the foundation of faith, "gold, silver, ~and precious stones" ( 78 Appen2, 1| Even as in the same fire gold glistens and straw ~smokes,


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