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1 1, 1 | salvation; or the whole Christ, as the head and ~members. 2 1, 1 | from the resurrection of Christ ~argues in proof of the 3 1, 1 | understanding unto the obedience of Christ" (2 Cor. 10:5). Hence ~sacred 4 1, 1 | far as the things done in ~Christ, or so far as the things 5 1, 1 | the things which signify Christ, are types of what ~we ought 6 1, 2 | advance towards God; (3) Of Christ, Who as man, is our way 7 1, 5 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 42) that, ~"inasmuch 8 1, 5 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 31) that "we exist ~ 9 1, 13 | Augustine says ~(De Doctr. Christ. i, 32), "Because He is 10 1, 13 | Father, of our ~Lord Jesus Christ, of Whom all paternity in 11 1, 14 | Further, God knew that Christ would be born. But He does 12 1, 14 | does not know ~now that Christ will be born; because Christ 13 1, 14 | Christ will be born; because Christ is not to be born in the ~ 14 1, 14 | the same thing to ~say "Christ is born" and "will be born" 15 1, 14 | three - viz. the nativity of Christ. ~Therefore it follows, 16 1, 14 | because now He knows that Christ is born, which means the 17 1, 14 | the same thing as ~that Christ will be born. This opinion, 18 1, 19 | Augustine says (De Doctr. ~Christ. i, 32), "Because God is 19 1, 20 | For it is manifest that Christ is better than the whole 20 1, 20 | race more than He loved Christ; for ~it is said: "He spared 21 1, 20 | than John, since he loved Christ more. ~Hence the Lord, knowing 22 1, 20 | Me more than these?" Yet Christ loved John more than ~He 23 1, 20 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: God loves Christ not only more than He loves 24 1, 20 | of God in ~the person of Christ more than He loves all the 25 1, 20 | Some say that Peter loved Christ more in His members, and 26 1, 20 | therefore was ~loved more by Christ also, for which reason He 27 1, 20 | Church; but that John loved Christ more in Himself, and so 28 1, 20 | by Him; on which account Christ commended His mother to 29 1, 20 | uncertain which of them loved Christ more with the love of ~charity, 30 1, 20 | marks of familiarity which Christ ~showed to him rather than 31 1, 20 | While others say that Christ loved Peter more, from his 32 1, 21 | Forgive one another, as Christ has forgiven you" ~(Eph. 33 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, Christ as man is full of grace 34 1, 25 | Reply OBJ 4: The humanity of Christ, from the fact that it is 35 1, 29 | for the human ~nature in Christ is not a person, since it 36 1, 31 | art Most High, O Jesus ~Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 37 1, 33 | Father of my Lord Jesus Christ, ~from whom all paternity 38 1, 36 | only Son our Lord Jesus Christ, and in the one Holy Ghost 39 1, 36 | reference to the human nature of Christ, by reason ~of what is written: " 40 1, 38 | portioned out to the members of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 41 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "The things that 42 1, 39 | contrary, the Apostle says: "Christ the power of God and the ~ 43 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "Unity is in ~the 44 1, 39 | according to the text, "Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] 45 1, 39 | view ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5) appropriates "unity" 46 1, 39 | when he says ~(De Doctr. Christ. i, 5) that "The Three are 47 1, 41 | OBJ 2: The Apostle calls Christ the Son of the love of God, ~ 48 1, 41 | be in His true Son Jesus ~Christ." Therefore the true Son 49 1, 42 | are to be understood of Christ's human nature, ~wherein 50 1, 42 | this may be referred to Christ in His ~human nature.~Aquin.: 51 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ and the blessed have fullness 52 1, 43 | implies distance, whereas Christ, as ~man, and all the blessed 53 1, 43 | greater number of ~objects. To Christ the invisible mission was 54 1, 43 | it is said, "The rock was Christ" (1 Cor. ~10:4). For that 55 1, 43 | of an ~action was named Christ, Whom it typified; whereas 56 1, 43 | has ~been done chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, according 57 1, 43 | Holy Ghost was directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, and to 58 1, 43 | visible ~mission made to Christ should show forth the invisible 59 1, 43 | mission was directed to Christ at the time of His ~baptism 60 1, 43 | animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority of the giver 61 1, 47 | to ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5), is appropriated 62 1, 51 | converted into the ~substance of Christ's body, but resolved into 63 1, 51 | pre-existing matter; ~nevertheless Christ had a body of such a true 64 1, 53 | an article of faith that ~Christ's soul descended into Hell. 65 1, 57 | knowledge in the ~mystery of Christ, which in other generations 66 1, 58 | again, or, on beholding Christ, they may judge Him not 67 1, 62 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i) that "God makes use ~ 68 1, 62 | and a comprehensor; like ~Christ, Who alone was such. For 69 1, 63 | creation; as the soul of Christ, or ~also the good angels. 70 1, 64 | found its completion in ~Christ; and most of all from the 71 1, 64 | of the Incarnation, when Christ was in the world. ~For, 72 1, 64 | confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: "I know Who Thou art, the 73 1, 64 | exception of the soul of Christ on account of the union 74 1, 67 | better and surer: and that Christ is not called ~Light in 75 1, 73 | Moreover, the time of Christ's ~Incarnation is a time 76 1, 73 | time']" (Gal. 4:4). And Christ Himself, ~at the moment 77 1, 73 | in ~the Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and truth came 78 1, 73 | and truth came by Jesus Christ" ~(Jn. 1:17). So, then, 79 1, 73 | consummation of nature, ~in Christ's Incarnation the consummation 80 1, 38 | portioned out to the members of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[38] A[ 81 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "The things that 82 1, 39 | contrary, the Apostle says: "Christ the power of God and the ~ 83 1, 39 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5): "Unity is in ~the 84 1, 39 | according to the text, "Christ the ~strength [*Douay: power] 85 1, 39 | view ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5) appropriates "unity" 86 1, 39 | when he says ~(De Doctr. Christ. i, 5) that "The Three are 87 1, 41 | OBJ 2: The Apostle calls Christ the Son of the love of God, ~ 88 1, 41 | be in His true Son Jesus ~Christ." Therefore the true Son 89 1, 42 | are to be understood of Christ's human nature, ~wherein 90 1, 42 | this may be referred to Christ in His ~human nature.~Aquin.: 91 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ and the blessed have fullness 92 1, 43 | implies distance, whereas Christ, as ~man, and all the blessed 93 1, 43 | greater number of ~objects. To Christ the invisible mission was 94 1, 43 | it is said, "The rock was Christ" (1 Cor. ~10:4). For that 95 1, 43 | of an ~action was named Christ, Whom it typified; whereas 96 1, 43 | has ~been done chiefly by Christ and by the apostles, according 97 1, 43 | Holy Ghost was directed to ~Christ, to the apostles, and to 98 1, 43 | visible ~mission made to Christ should show forth the invisible 99 1, 43 | mission was directed to Christ at the time of His ~baptism 100 1, 43 | animal, to show forth in ~Christ the authority of the giver 101 1, 48 | to ~Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. i, 5), is appropriated 102 1, 52 | converted into the ~substance of Christ's body, but resolved into 103 1, 52 | pre-existing matter; ~nevertheless Christ had a body of such a true 104 1, 54 | an article of faith that ~Christ's soul descended into Hell. 105 1, 58 | knowledge in the ~mystery of Christ, which in other generations 106 1, 59 | again, or, on beholding Christ, they may judge Him not 107 1, 63 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i) that "God makes use ~ 108 1, 63 | and a comprehensor; like ~Christ, Who alone was such. For 109 1, 64 | creation; as the soul of Christ, or ~also the good angels. 110 1, 65 | found its completion in ~Christ; and most of all from the 111 1, 65 | of the Incarnation, when Christ was in the world. ~For, 112 1, 65 | confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: "I know Who Thou art, the 113 1, 65 | exception of the soul of Christ on account of the union 114 1, 68 | better and surer: and that Christ is not called ~Light in 115 1, 72 | Moreover, the time of Christ's ~Incarnation is a time 116 1, 72 | time']" (Gal. 4:4). And Christ Himself, ~at the moment 117 1, 72 | in ~the Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and truth came 118 1, 72 | and truth came by Jesus Christ" ~(Jn. 1:17). So, then, 119 1, 72 | consummation of nature, ~in Christ's Incarnation the consummation 120 1, 83 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. ii, 11): "If those ~who 121 1, 91 | Church takes her origin from ~Christ. Wherefore the Apostle says ( 122 1, 91 | sacrament; but I speak in Christ and in the Church."~Aquin.: 123 1, 91 | signification; for from the side of Christ sleeping on the Cross the ~ 124 1, 91 | Tract. xxiv in ~Joan.) that "Christ filled five thousand men 125 1, 93 | ours; as the ~eyes which Christ gave to the man born blind 126 1, 94 | distinguishing between Adam and Christ, says (1 Cor. 15:45): ~" 127 1, 94 | quickened by grace. Therefore ~Christ alone was made in grace.~ 128 1, 94 | life of the body began in Christ, who is "the firstborn of 129 1, 96 | for this was ~reserved for Christ to accomplish, by Whom the 130 1, 101 | nature, and yet signified Christ. In like manner the ~tree 131 1, 103 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 32): "Because God is 132 1, 107 | that "God has set the ~Man Christ above all principality and 133 1, 107 | that "God set Him," i.e. Christ, "on His ~right hand in 134 1, 107 | says (1 Cor. 15:24), that Christ will "bring ~to naught all 135 1, 107 | it does ~the promise of Christ saying that the children 136 1, 109 | by invoking the name of ~Christ, or by making use of other 137 1, 110 | appear. Thus neither was ~Christ a cause of deception when 138 1, 111 | Apostle wishes to prove that Christ is ~greater than the angels 139 1, 112 | men. For it is written of Christ (Phil. 2:7) that "He was 140 1, 112 | guardianship of all men, Christ also would have had ~an 141 1, 112 | But this is unseemly, for Christ is greater than all ~the 142 1, 112 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ as man was guided immediately 143 1, 113 | any further assault. For Christ overcame the ~tempter most 144 1, 113 | the devil left Him," ~i.e. Christ Who overcame.~Aquin.: SMT 145 1, 116 | Thus ~when the mysteries of Christ and the Church were fulfilled 146 1, 118 | 2] R.O. 4 Para. 2/2~But Christ is said to have been in 147 2, 1 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, ~5,22). Therefore other 148 2, 2 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 22), "that ~which constitutes 149 2, 3 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, ~5,22). Therefore happiness 150 2, 3 | to Augustine (De Doctr. Christ. i, 3): ~"Those things are 151 2, 5 | bestowed on others through Christ, who is God ~and Man, "Who," 152 2, 5 | is ~peculiar to Him: for Christ's merit avails baptized 153 2, 5 | they are made members of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] A[7] 154 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 4; and De Trin. x, ~ 155 2, 11 | Augustine ~says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 22) that "it is given 156 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 33), "if he had ~said, ' 157 2, 11 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 4). But this is ~possible, 158 2, 16 | Augustine ~says (De Doctr. Christ. i, 4) that "to use is to 159 2, 18 | Augustine says (De ~Doctr. Christ. iii, 12). Therefore the 160 2, 19 | like ~manner, to believe in Christ is good in itself, and necessary 161 2, 20 | passion may be good, as Christ's was; and ~the action evil, 162 2, 38 | roses, in the ~name of Jesus Christ." [*Cf. Dominican Breviary, 163 2, 59 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Christ was perfect in virtue. But 164 2, 62 | written (2 Pt. ~1:4) that by Christ we are made "partakers of 165 2, 62 | Augustine says (De Doctr. Christ. i): "A man cannot love ~ 166 2, 64 | Person and two natures in Christ, we observe the mean ~between 167 2, 65 | Eph. 3:19: "The charity of Christ, ~which surpasseth all knowledge." 168 2, 65 | there was perfect charity in Christ. And yet He had ~neither 169 2, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In Christ there was neither faith 170 2, 66 | measure of the giving ~of Christ," as stated in Eph. 4:9. 171 2, 66 | measure of the giving of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[66] A[ 172 2, 66 | Eph. 3:19: "The charity of Christ which ~surpasseth all knowledge."~ 173 2, 67 | which is laid; which is Christ Jesus," i.e. faith in ~Jesus 174 2, 67 | Jesus," i.e. faith in ~Jesus Christ. Now if the foundation is 175 2, 68 | Writ as ~having been in Christ, according to Is. 11:2,3, 176 2, 68 | order to ~conform us to Christ, chiefly with regard to 177 2, 68 | especially resplendent in Christ's Passion.~Aquin.: SMT FS 178 2, 68 | vi). Now it ~is proper to Christ that the gifts of the Holy 179 2, 70 | seest not"; and (De Doctr. Christ. iii, 10): "Charity is the ~ 180 2, 79 | so as not to believe in Christ, and, ~through not believing, 181 2, 81 | 3: Further, the gift of Christ is greater than the sin 182 2, 81 | seqq). But the gift of Christ is not ~transmitted to all 183 2, 81 | must firmly believe ~that, Christ alone excepted, all men 184 2, 81 | Q[27]] which is through Christ; ~and this is erroneous. 185 2, 81 | corporally, so is the grace of Christ transmitted to all that 186 2, 81 | upon the Virgin," (of whom Christ was to be born without ~ 187 2, 85 | of ~all be conformed to Christ's sufferings, before attaining 188 2, 85 | glory, in conformity with Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[85] A[ 189 2, 87 | Further, it is written of Christ (1 Pt. 2:22) that "He did 190 2, 87 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Christ bore a satisfactory punishment, 191 2, 88 | Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. i, ~3,4). But no person, 192 2, 88 | to Augustine (De Doctr. ~Christ. i, 3,4). Therefore whoever 193 2, 89 | condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus, who walk not ~according 194 2, 89 | is because ~they are in Christ Jesus. But unbelievers are 195 2, 89 | But unbelievers are not in Christ Jesus. ~Therefore in unbelievers 196 2, 89 | Those who are ~not in Christ, when they feel the sting 197 2, 89 | remitted by the grace of Jesus Christ, ~although the "fomes" of 198 2, 91 | priesthood, and the priesthood of Christ. Therefore the Divine ~law 199 2, 91 | beginning of ~His preaching, Christ invited men to the kingdom 200 2, 91 | our hearts by the grace of Christ, ~bestowed in the New Law, 201 2, 91 | otherwise than ~through Christ, according to Acts 4:12: " 202 2, 91 | until after the coming of Christ. But ~before His coming 203 2, 91 | give to the people, of whom Christ ~was to be born, a law containing 204 2, 98 | for this was reserved to Christ; because, as ~it is written ( 205 2, 98 | and truth ~came by Jesus Christ." Consequently the Old Law 206 2, 98 | Father ~of Our Lord Jesus Christ. For the Old Law ordained 207 2, 98 | Old Law ordained men to Christ in two ~ways. First by bearing 208 2, 98 | First by bearing witness to Christ; wherefore He Himself says ( 209 2, 98 | was to be saved through ~Christ. Wherefore the Apostle says ( 210 2, 98 | whereby men would be led to ~Christ, Who was to cast him out, 211 2, 98 | man, through the grace of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 212 2, 98 | law was our pedagogue in Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 213 2, 98 | which was to ~come through Christ. Now it is to be observed 214 2, 98 | which was to ~come through Christ, as stated above (AA[2], 215 2, 98 | to thy seed,' which is ~Christ." And so God vouchsafed 216 2, 98 | made to their fathers that Christ ~should be born of them. 217 2, 98 | that the people, of whom ~Christ was to be born, should be 218 2, 98 | was made to him, viz. that Christ should be born of his ~seed: 219 2, 98 | people, and not another, that Christ might be born thereof; a ~ 220 2, 98 | which was to come through Christ, ~was prepared for all nations, 221 2, 98 | yet it was necessary that Christ should be ~born of one people, 222 2, 98 | fathers, and of whom is Christ according ~to the flesh."~ 223 2, 98 | holiness, in reverence for Christ Who was to be born of that 224 2, 98 | which was to ~come through Christ, as stated above (AA[2], 225 2, 98 | sanctification of those ~from whom Christ was to be born. Now the 226 2, 98 | concerning the "seed, ~which is Christ" (Gal. 3:16) was first made 227 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as Christ was born of those alone 228 2, 98 | appointed concerning ~the Christ of the God of Jacob . . . 229 2, 98 | not only ~those, of whom Christ was born, received the Law, 230 2, 99 | Augustine observes (De Doctr. Christ. ii, ~3,4), "of all signs 231 2, 99 | men to (the coming of) Christ, as the imperfect in comparison 232 2, 99 | which was to result from Christ's coming: ~and for this 233 2, 100 | of the future Passion of Christ, which though ~temporal 234 2, 100 | Thou shalt not say that ~Christ is a creature."~Aquin.: 235 2, 100 | done it ~in the person of Christ." Therefore superiors can 236 2, 100 | the justifying grace ~of Christ, which they also signified, 237 2, 100 | foretold and foreshadowed ~Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] 238 2, 101 | Augustine states (De Doctr. Christ. iv, 4,10) ~and this seems 239 2, 101 | heavenly country, but also of Christ, Who ~is the way leading 240 2, 101 | to the foreshadowing ~of Christ. Now "there is but one God, 241 2, 101 | and ~one Lord Jesus Christ, by Whom are all things" ( 242 2, 101 | since it directed men to Christ, Who taught ~them to worship 243 2, 101 | and because the mystery of Christ, which was ~foreshadowed 244 2, 101 | representing ~the mystery of Christ, on account of its surpassing 245 2, 101 | the Old Law foreshadowed Christ. But this was done ~only 246 2, 101 | foreshadowed the sacrifice in which Christ ~"delivered Himself an oblation 247 2, 101 | their sacrifices signified Christ the ~victim, so too their 248 2, 101 | which things pertain to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 249 2, 101 | the Eucharist, contains ~Christ Himself, the Author of our 250 2, 101 | Old Law did not contain Christ, but ~foreshadowed Him; 251 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts foreshadowed Christ, so ~did the stories of 252 2, 102 | to the foreshadowing of Christ; just as the ~words of the 253 2, 102 | being ordained to foreshadow Christ: and thus their reasons 254 2, 102 | whether they be taken from Christ Himself and ~the Church, 255 2, 102 | we are brought thereto by Christ, which ~refers to the anagogical 256 2, 102 | were intended to foreshadow Christ: and on either hand the 257 2, 102 | sacrifice is that whereby Christ ~Himself "delivered Himself . . . 258 2, 102 | never take away sins: but" Christ offered "one ~sacrifice 259 2, 102 | from the true ~sacrifice of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 260 2, 102 | the ~Redemption of man by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 261 2, 102 | that they ~might foreshadow Christ. Because, as the gloss observes, " 262 2, 102 | as the gloss observes, "Christ is ~offered in the calf, 263 2, 102 | signified the slaying of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 264 2, 102 | foreshadow the shedding of Christ's blood, and the ~abundance 265 2, 102 | that the bread signifies Christ Who is the ~"living bread" ( 266 2, 102 | foreshadowed the flesh of Christ; and the wine, His blood, ~ 267 2, 102 | oil betokens the grace of Christ; salt, His ~knowledge; incense, 268 2, 102 | was not changed except by ~Christ. But the tabernacle denoted 269 2, 102 | foreshadow the ~mystery of Christ. Now that which foreshadows 270 2, 102 | relating to the ~excellence of Christ's Divine or human nature 271 2, 102 | 2: Before the coming of Christ, the state of the Old Law 272 2, 102 | which was effected in ~Christ alone: but it was changed 273 2, 102 | come. To the ~latter state Christ brought us; and this was 274 2, 102 | faith ~in the mysteries of Christ was more explicit. Hence 275 2, 102 | relating to the mystery of Christ were hidden ~from the people, 276 2, 102 | foreshadow the death of Christ, which is ~signified by 277 2, 102 | relation of the tabernacle to Christ, who was foreshadowed therein. 278 2, 102 | in the temple to betoken Christ. For ~He was foreshadowed 279 2, 102 | made of setim-wood, so was Christ's body composed of most 280 2, 102 | over it was gilded: for Christ was full of wisdom and ~ 281 2, 102 | Testament, to denote that Christ Himself is a lawgiver. ~ 282 2, 102 | Himself is a lawgiver. ~Again, Christ was signified by the candlestick, 283 2, 102 | enlightens and refreshes. Again, Christ ~is signified by the two 284 2, 102 | are ~offered to God in Christ, by the spiritual desires 285 2, 102 | we must confess that in ~Christ, Who is our altar, there 286 2, 102 | couple the doctrine of Christ to that of the Gentiles, 287 2, 102 | signify the faithful of Christ, who compose ~the Church. 288 2, 102 | faithful of whom the ~Church of Christ is composed.~Aquin.: SMT 289 2, 102 | foreshadowed the perpetuity of Christ, Who is the "Lamb of ~God," 290 2, 102 | according to Heb. 13:8: "Jesus Christ yesterday and today, and 291 2, 102 | spiritual rest bestowed by ~Christ, as stated in Heb. 4. The 292 2, 102 | the primitive Church by Christ's ~preaching and miracles. 293 2, 102 | according to 1 Cor. 5:7: "Christ our Pasch is ~sacrificed." 294 2, 102 | were ordained to foreshadow Christ: as we ~shall see by taking 295 2, 102 | was to be brought about by Christ, and will ~be perfectly 296 2, 102 | You are circumcised" in Christ "with ~circumcision not 297 2, 102 | circumcision of" Our Lord Jesus "Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 298 2, 102 | signified the sacrifice of Christ according to 1 Cor. 5:7: ~" 299 2, 102 | according to 1 Cor. 5:7: ~"Christ our pasch is sacrificed." 300 2, 102 | transoms, ~signified faith in Christ's Passion, in the hearts 301 2, 102 | signified ~the eating of Christ's body in the Sacrament; 302 2, 102 | at the fire to signify Christ's Passion or charity. And 303 2, 102 | faithful who ~partake of Christ's body, according to 1 Cor. 304 2, 102 | who ~receive the body of Christ. Their loins were girt in 305 2, 102 | circumcision of" Our Lord ~Jesus "Christ: buried with Him in Baptism." 306 2, 102 | sacrament of the union of Christ with ~the Church, for that 307 2, 102 | which ~was to be effected by Christ, and of which those of old 308 2, 102 | that the red cow signified ~Christ in respect his assumed weakness, 309 2, 102 | of full age," because all Christ's works are perfect, "in 310 2, 102 | carried the yoke," because ~Christ was innocent, nor did He 311 2, 102 | Eleazar the priest," because Christ was delivered into the hands 312 2, 102 | without the camp," because ~Christ "suffered outside the gate" ( 313 2, 102 | because the mystery of Christ's Passion should ~be considered 314 2, 102 | pertain to the Incarnation of Christ ~should be burnt with fire, 315 2, 102 | skin" and "flesh" signified Christ's outward works; the "blood" ~ 316 2, 102 | that we should cling to Christ suffering. The ~ashes of 317 2, 102 | who were ~not guilty of Christ's death. The ashes were 318 2, 102 | because Baptism receives from Christ's Passion the ~power of 319 2, 102 | unclean through putting Christ to death, whereby our sins 320 2, 102 | of these things was that Christ was foreshadowed ~both by 321 2, 102 | flesh" (Rm. 8:3). Moreover, Christ was sacrificed for the sins ~ 322 2, 102 | opened to us by the blood of Christ's ~Passion. Their bodies 323 2, 102 | without the camp, because "Christ ~suffered without the gate," 324 2, 102 | scape-goat may denote either Christ's Godhead Which went away 325 2, 102 | into ~solitude when the Man Christ suffered, not by going to 326 2, 102 | Divine and human natures in Christ ~were denoted by the two 327 2, 102 | Baptism are sanctified by Christ's Passion. The other ~sparrow, 328 2, 102 | the spiritual ministry of Christ, should be first of all ~ 329 2, 102 | tears, in their ~faith in Christ's Passion, which is a sacrifice 330 2, 102 | with the sprinkling of ~Christ's blood. And thus they should 331 2, 102 | foreshadowed the mystery ~of Christ: so that whatever they did 332 2, 102 | of things pertaining to ~Christ, according to 1 Cor. 10: 333 2, 102 | or of the two ~natures in Christ: of the distinction of good 334 2, 102 | this: the kid, ~signifying Christ, on account of "the likeness 335 2, 102 | third until the time ~of Christ), the Fruit of the Law, 336 2, 102 | the Fruit of the Law, i.e. Christ, was to be offered to God. ~ 337 2, 103 | ceased at the coming of Christ?~(4) Whether it is a mortal 338 2, 103 | them after the coming of Christ?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 339 2, 103 | and the foreshadowing of Christ. Now whoever worships God ~ 340 2, 103 | and a suitable token of Christ's mysteries, which were ~ 341 2, 103 | justice be by the Law, ~then Christ died in vain.']: "If there 342 2, 103 | justify [Vulg.: 'give life'], Christ died in vain," i.e. without 343 2, 103 | from sin, except through Christ, "Who ~taketh away the sins [ 344 2, 103 | And since ~the mystery of Christ's Incarnation and Passion 345 2, 103 | themselves a power flowing from Christ already incarnate and crucified, ~ 346 2, 103 | to be united by faith to Christ incarnate and crucified; 347 2, 103 | were justified by faith in Christ: of which faith the ~observance 348 2, 103 | inasmuch as they ~foreshadowed Christ. Hence in the Old Law certain 349 2, 103 | sins ~which was effected by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 350 2, 103 | ceased at the coming of Christ?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 351 2, 103 | cease at ~the coming of Christ. For it is written (Bar 352 2, 103 | Old Law did not cease at Christ's coming.~Aquin.: SMT FS 353 2, 103 | intended to be figures of Christ. Therefore the ceremonies 354 2, 103 | human race was ~fulfilled in Christ's Passion: hence Our Lord 355 2, 103 | read that at the Passion of Christ "the veil of the ~temple 356 2, 103 | Mt. 27:51). Hence, before Christ's Passion, while ~Christ 357 2, 103 | Christ's Passion, while ~Christ was preaching and working 358 2, 103 | concurrent, since the mystery of Christ had already begun, but was 359 2, 103 | but in the circumcision of Christ, ~buried with Him in Baptism."~ 360 2, 103 | creature in the Resurrection of Christ. In like manner other ~solemnities 361 2, 103 | the favors granted us ~by Christ. Hence the feast of the 362 2, 103 | gave place to the feast of ~Christ's Passion and Resurrection: 363 2, 103 | first rays of the sun, i.e. Christ, by the fulness of grace: 364 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Whether since Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies 365 2, 103 | It would seem that since Christ's Passion the legal ceremonies ~ 366 2, 103 | observed since the Passion of Christ without mortal sin.~Aquin.: 367 2, 103 | ceremonies can be observed since Christ's ~Passion without committing 368 2, 103 | ceremonies can be observed since ~Christ's Passion without committing 369 2, 103 | If you be circumcised, ~Christ shall profit you nothing." 370 2, 103 | hinders us ~from receiving Christ's fruit. Therefore since 371 2, 103 | s fruit. Therefore since Christ's Passion it is a ~mortal 372 2, 103 | Now, though our faith in ~Christ is the same as that of the 373 2, 103 | since they came ~before Christ, whereas we come after Him, 374 2, 103 | of ~the Old Law betokened Christ as having yet to be born 375 2, 103 | profession of faith, to say that Christ is yet to be born, which 376 2, 103 | was the time previous to ~Christ's Passion, during which 377 2, 103 | But immediately after ~Christ's Passion they began to 378 2, 103 | preceded the Passion of Christ, during which the legal ~ 379 2, 103 | viz. from the Passion of ~Christ until the publication of 380 2, 103 | salvation, as though faith ~in Christ could not justify without 381 2, 103 | being fulfilled ~through Christ's Passion, being instituted 382 2, 103 | instituted by God as a figure of Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[103] A[ 383 2, 103 | those who were ~converted to Christ from heathendom. Hence others 384 2, 104 | God and ~the mystery of Christ. But some precepts are figurative, 385 2, 104 | were chosen by God that Christ might be ~born of them. 386 2, 104 | transferred from Aaron to Christ. Therefore the ~entire Law 387 2, 104 | annulled by the coming of Christ: yet not in the same way 388 2, 104 | them since ~the coming of Christ, especially since the promulgation 389 2, 104 | foreshadowing the mysteries of Christ to come. On the ~other hand, 390 2, 104 | people who were ~directed to Christ. Consequently, when the 391 2, 104 | changed ~with the coming of Christ, the judicial precepts lost 392 2, 104 | pedagogue, leading men to Christ, as stated in ~Gal. 3:24. 393 2, 104 | people still lasts, and that Christ has not yet come.~Aquin.: 394 2, 104 | But after the coming ~of Christ, there had to be a change 395 2, 104 | that people, so that ~in Christ there was no distinction 396 2, 105 | signifies the flesh of ~Christ; which had not drawn a yoke, 397 2, 105 | signified the despised ~death of Christ, whereby all sins are washed 398 2, 106 | given through ~faith in Christ. Consequently the New Law 399 2, 106 | to those who believe in Christ. This is ~manifestly stated 400 2, 106 | the spirit of life, in ~Christ Jesus, hath delivered me 401 2, 106 | to the manifestation of ~Christ's Godhead or humanity, which 402 2, 106 | except through ~faith in Christ either explicit or implicit: 403 2, 106 | implicit: and by faith in Christ man ~belongs to the New 404 2, 106 | to Heb. 5:9: "He," i.e. ~Christ, "became to all that obey 405 2, 106 | accomplishment of his redemption by Christ: wherefore it is ~written ( 406 2, 106 | Law ~was our pedagogue in Christ that we might be justified 407 2, 106 | come." But the Gospel of Christ is already preached ~throughout 408 2, 106 | Therefore the Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel of the 409 2, 106 | of ~those that believe in Christ." Therefore the state of 410 2, 106 | of those who believe ~in Christ will last until the consummation 411 2, 106 | Holies by the blood of ~Christ, a new . . . way which He 412 2, 106 | Ghost was given as soon as Christ was glorified in His ~Resurrection 413 2, 106 | also ~to the Son: because Christ was foreshadowed in the 414 2, 106 | corresponds not only to Christ, but also to the Holy Ghost; 415 2, 106 | of the Spirit of life in Christ Jesus," etc. Hence we ~are 416 2, 106 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Since Christ said at the very outset 417 2, 106 | to say that the Gospel of Christ is not the Gospel of the 418 2, 106 | preaching of the Gospel of Christ may be understood in two 419 2, 106 | abroad of the knowledge of Christ: and ~thus the Gospel was 420 2, 107 | except through ~faith in Christ, Who is the Author of the 421 2, 107 | esteemed "the reproach of Christ ~greater riches than the 422 2, 107 | If you be ~circumcised, Christ shall profit you nothing." 423 2, 107 | not fulfil the law. But ~Christ in certain cases acted against 424 2, 107 | the sabbath." Therefore ~Christ did not fulfil the Law: 425 2, 107 | so the New Law given by Christ is not ~a fulfilment of 426 2, 107 | men through the power of Christ's Passion. This is what 427 2, 107 | of God, in Him," i.e. in Christ, "they ~are 'Yea'." [*The 428 2, 107 | come, but the ~body is of Christ"; in other words, the reality 429 2, 107 | the reality is found in Christ. ~Wherefore the New Law 430 2, 107 | A[2] Body Para. 3/3~Now Christ fulfilled the precepts of 431 2, 107 | but the commandments of ~Christ are difficult to accomplish, 432 2, 107 | which, in the teaching of Christ and ~the apostles, added 433 2, 108 | and truth came by Jesus Christ." Consequently it was becoming ~ 434 2, 108 | left by ~the Lawgiver, i.e. Christ, to the discretion of each 435 2, 108 | according to Gal. 5:6: "In Christ Jesus ~neither circumcision 436 2, 108 | the building. Therefore Christ's words contain all things ~ 437 2, 108 | obtain grace, but ~through Christ alone, hence Christ of Himself 438 2, 108 | through Christ alone, hence Christ of Himself instituted the 439 2, 108 | received except through Christ: consequently they had to 440 2, 108 | to preach in Judea before Christ's Passion. ~For the disciples, 441 2, 108 | as little children under Christ's care, ~needed to receive 442 2, 108 | some special commands from Christ, such as all subjects ~receive 443 2, 108 | friend rejoice the soul." But Christ is our ~wisest and greatest 444 2, 109 | Arise from the dead and Christ shall enlighten ~thee." 445 2, 109 | which could give life - then Christ died in ~vain," i.e. to 446 2, 109 | whereby he can he justified, "Christ died in vain," i.e. to no 447 2, 109 | it is said, "Arise, and Christ shall enlighten thee," we ~ 448 2, 109 | was restored to man ~by Christ's gift, than he had lost 449 2, 109 | But now, by the ~grace of Christ, many receive both the gift 450 2, 109 | of persevering," and thus Christ's gift ~is greater than 451 2, 109 | For the ~restoration by Christ's grace, although it is 452 2, 110 | 2:10, ~"created in Jesus Christ in good works."~Aquin.: 453 2, 112 | and truth came by Jesus Christ." Now, by the ~name of Jesus 454 2, 112 | Now, by the ~name of Jesus Christ is understood not merely 455 2, 112 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's humanity is an "organ 456 2, 112 | the principal agent. Hence Christ's humanity does not cause 457 2, 112 | whereby ~the actions of Christ's humanity are saving actions.~ 458 2, 112 | OBJ 2: As in the person of Christ the humanity causes our ~ 459 2, 112 | which are derived from Christ, ~grace is instrumentally 460 2, 112 | measure of the giving of Christ." Now what ~is given in 461 2, 112 | measure ~of the giving of Christ," having enumerated the 462 2, 112 | edifying of ~the body of Christ."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[112] 463 2, 113 | is grace given them by ~Christ through spiritual regeneration. 464 2, 113 | through the mystery of ~Christ.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 465 2, 114 | another his first grace, save Christ ~alone; since each one of 466 2, 114 | beyond this ~motion. But Christ's soul is moved by God through 467 2, 1 | also things ~concerning Christ's human nature, and the 468 2, 1 | OBJ 1: Things concerning Christ's human nature, and the 469 2, 1 | Further, Abraham believed that Christ would be born, according 470 2, 1 | what Abraham believed about Christ would have been false. Therefore 471 2, 1 | believed in the future birth of Christ, and ~many continued so 472 2, 1 | Gospel. Now, when once Christ was born, even before He 473 2, 1 | preach, ~it was false that Christ was yet to be born. Therefore 474 2, 1 | believe that ~the true Body of Christ is contained in the Sacrament 475 2, 1 | and that ~there was not Christ's true Body there, but only 476 2, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: After Christ's birth, to believe in Him, 477 2, 1 | Him, was to believe in ~Christ's birth at some time or 478 2, 1 | fact that the true body of Christ is under ~the appearances 479 2, 1 | God, etc.], the mystery of Christ's ~Incarnation, and the 480 2, 1 | mystery or ~the Incarnation of Christ: and such things should 481 2, 1 | Further, just as the faith of Christ was delivered to us through ~ 482 2, 1 | belief in the ~Incarnation of Christ, His Passion and so forth.~ 483 2, 1 | 3:5) that the mystery of Christ, "in other generations was 484 2, 1 | always to be hoped for from ~Christ. But as they did not acquire 485 2, 1 | acquire this hope save through Christ, the ~further they were 486 2, 1 | further they were removed from Christ in point of time, the further 487 2, 1 | wherefore those who were nigh to Christ's ~advent had a more distinct 488 2, 1 | of grace was effected by Christ, ~wherefore the time of 489 2, 1 | those who were nearest to Christ, ~wherefore before, like 490 2, 1 | happiness; and the mystery of Christ's Incarnation, ~"by Whom 491 2, 1 | true God, and Jesus Christ Whom Thou hast sent." ~Wherefore 492 2, 1 | pertain to the mystery of ~Christ's human nature, which is 493 2, 1 | like manner, with regard to Christ's human nature, there are 494 2, 1 | first of which refers to Christ's incarnation or ~conception; 495 2, 1 | Macedonius. In the ~same way Christ's conception and birth, 496 2, 1 | grace. The other is that ~Christ's body is miraculously contained 497 2, 1 | through greater nearness to Christ, as stated above (A[7]). 498 2, 1 | explicit in the teaching ~of Christ and the apostles. But since, 499 2, 2 | Whether explicit faith in Christ is always necessary for 500 2, 2 | condemnation to them that are in Christ Jesus," and whom ~He has


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