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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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luke

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1 2, 69 | Ambrose in his commentary on Luke 6:20, seqq., ascribes the ~ 2 2, 69 | in the sixth chapter ~of Luke. Therefore the seven or 3 2, 69 | 6 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Luke relates Our Lord's sermon 4 2, 42 | these four are indicated in Luke 10, where in ~place of " 5 2, 81 | 4: Further, according to Luke, only five petitions are 6 2, 81 | Augustine (Enchiridion cxvi), "Luke included ~not seven but 7 2, 81 | from evil," is omitted by Luke, so that ~each one may know 8 2, 145 | hence when we read in Luke: ~"The children of the bridegroom 9 2, 186 | to ~preach, as related in Luke 9, and afterwards He sent 10 2, 186 | disciples, as stated in Luke 10. Moreover, according 11 2, 186 | example of Christ, Who as Luke relates (6:12), "went out 12 3, 2 | Son of God, according to Luke 1:35: "The Holy which shall 13 3, 7 | Holy Ghost, according to Luke 4:1: ~"And Jesus, being 14 3, 8 | is clear from ~Mt. 1 and Luke 3. But the head is the first 15 3, 25 | it is said ~that Blessed Luke painted the image of Christ, 16 3, 28 | Mary's good name. Wherefore Luke adds (Lk. 3:23): "Being, ~ 17 3, 30 | Origen says, commenting on Luke (Hom. vi), that if "she 18 3, 31 | husband of Mary": whereas Luke says ~that Joseph was the 19 3, 31 | forty-two generations. ~Whereas Luke sets down Christ's genealogy 20 3, 31 | also Phares and Zara. But Luke mentions none of these. ~ 21 3, 31 | namely, Solomon; whereas Luke mentions another - namely, 22 3, 31 | genealogy of Christ: ~while Luke gave the supposititious 23 3, 31 | according ~to the flesh: whereas Luke gave these according to 24 3, 31 | that Joseph ~is said by Luke to be the son of Heli: but 25 3, 31 | Jacob begot Joseph": whereas Luke, who was giving the legal ~ 26 3, 31 | royal personality of Christ; Luke the priestly ~personality: 27 3, 31 | of sinful flesh.' But in Luke's genealogy the ~washing 28 3, 31 | generations downwards, ~Luke upwards." For the same reason 29 3, 31 | mother David sinned; whereas Luke ascends to ~David through 30 3, 31 | birth of Christ Himself. Luke, ~on the contrary, sets 31 3, 31 | 4~But the number used by Luke in Christ's genealogy signifies 32 3, 31 | be recalled. And ~because Luke purposes to delineate Christ 33 3, 35 | enrolled, at his command as Luke relates (2:1). ~Therefore 34 3, 36 | His birth, as related by Luke (2:22).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 35 3, 37 | the Law," the Evangelist Luke shows ~that both these precepts 36 3, 41 | related by Matthew and ~Luke, and occurred after the 37 3, 41 | Temple, especially since Luke puts them in the reverse 38 3, 44 | this must be referred what Luke says (4:30) ~- namely, that 39 3, 45 | of His body; according to Luke (24:26): "Christ ~ought [ 40 3, 45 | fourth reason was because, as Luke ~says (9:31), "they spoke" 41 3, 46 | fulfilled. And this is what St. Luke says (22:22): "The Son of ~ 42 3, 54 | the closing chapters of Luke and John. Therefore, it 43 3, 55 | explaining those words of Luke, "while I was ~with you," 44 3, 55 | says, "Two ~Evangelists, Luke and John, write that He 45 3, 55 | Passion, by ~many proofs," as Luke says (Acts 1:3). Or as Augustine 46 3, 55 | might be recognized." ~Hence Luke says (24:16) that "their 47 3, 55 | there were two sitting, and Luke says that there were two 48 3, 55 | narrated in the last chapter of Luke.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[55] A[ 49 3, 55 | says in the last chapter of Luke (39): "Handle and see; for 50 3, 55 | in the last chapter of Luke (39) he said to them: "See 51 3, 55 | in the last chapter of ~Luke. Secondly, in the works 52 3, 55 | in the last chapter of ~Luke; because thereby it was 53 3, 55 | to be seen standing, as Luke relates."~ 54 3, 59 | observes on this passage in Luke: "It is well that He who 55 3, 67 | the passage quoted from Luke 10.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] 56 3, 81 | whom was Judas also, as Luke narrates: and ~after that, 57 3, 86 | a sinner, as related in Luke ~vii, whose sins, however, 58 Suppl, 80| from the last chapter of Luke, and we must believe that


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