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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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first-fruits

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1 1, 112 | Numbers 18:12: "Whatsoever first-fruits they offer," ~etc. the gloss 2 2, 102 | Gentiles offered their gods the first-fruits, which ~they held to bring 3 2, 105 | such as the tithes and first-fruits, and many like things. Therefore ~ 4 2, 105 | as to tithes and ~as to first-fruits, and, again, as to oblations 5 2, 80 | of Israel . . . offered first-fruits to the ~Lord with a most 6 2, 83 | sacrifices, oblations, ~first-fruits, and tithes. About sacrifices 7 2, 83 | devotion, prayer, tithes, ~first-fruits, oblations, and holocausts. 8 2, 83 | oblation, but not ~conversely. "First-fruits" are oblations, because 9 2, 84 | 1/1 - OF OBLATIONS AND FIRST-FRUITS (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 10 2, 84 | next consider oblations and first-fruits. Under this head there ~ 11 2, 84 | 4) In particular, as to first-fruits, whether men are bound to 12 2, 84 | Whether men are bound to pay first-fruits?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 13 2, 84 | men are not bound to pay first-fruits. After ~giving the law of 14 2, 84 | Neither therefore ought first-fruits to be paid.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, first-fruits were offered to the Lord 16 2, 84 | nations ~are not bound to pay first-fruits.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 17 2, 84 | of a definite ~amount of first-fruits. Therefore one is not bound 18 2, 84 | of priests to tithes and first-fruits, and everybody ~must pay 19 2, 84 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, First-fruits are a kind of oblation, 20 2, 84 | the basket containing the first-fruits from ~the hand of him that 21 2, 84 | of him that bringeth the first-fruits, shall set it before the ~ 22 2, 84 | Therefore now I offer the first-fruits of the land, which the Lord ~ 23 2, 84 | hath given me." Now the first-fruits were offered for a special 24 2, 84 | commanded to ~offer God his first-fruits, as being a special part 25 2, 84 | to God" (Heb. 5:1), the first-fruits offered by the people were ~ 26 2, 84 | given thee the charge of My ~first-fruits." Now it is a point of natural 27 2, 84 | particular person, or out of his ~first-fruits, or in such or such a quantity, 28 2, 84 | which men are bound to pay ~first-fruits according to the custom 29 2, 84 | present. But the offering of first-fruits was for a sign of a ~past 30 2, 84 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: First-fruits were offered in the Old 31 2, 84 | Dt. 26:10): "I offer the first-fruits of the land ~which the Lord 32 2, 84 | one sixtieth, in lieu of ~first-fruits." Hence it would seem that 33 2, 84 | Hence it would seem that first-fruits should vary between ~these 34 2, 84 | reasonable that the amount of first-fruits should not be fixed by law, ~ 35 2, 84 | since, as stated above, first-fruits are offered by way of oblation, 36 2, 85 | patrimonial: moreover they receive first-fruits, and ~oblations for the 37 2, 85 | property, oblations and first-fruits as ~well as tithes are all 38 2, 85 | Reply OBJ 3: In the Old Law first-fruits were due to the priests, 39 2, 85 | Num. 18:26] instead of first-fruits: wherefore for the ~same 40 3, 28 | followed by ~others, the first-fruits would not be due as long 41 3, 28 | according to the law the first-fruits had to be redeemed within 42 3, 31 | that Christ "assumed ~the first-fruits of our nature." But in the 43 3, 31 | said to have assumed the first-fruits of our ~nature, as to the 44 3, 36 | shepherds, who were the ~first-fruits of the Jews, as being near 45 3, 36 | from afar, who were "the first-fruits of the Gentiles," as Augustine ~ 46 3, 36 | Further, the Magi were the "first-fruits of the Gentiles," who ~were 47 3, 36 | fulness of the Jews, yet the first-fruits of the Jews preceded ~the 48 3, 36 | of the Jews preceded ~the first-fruits of the Gentiles in faith. 49 3, 36 | ad 1), the Magi are the ~"first-fruits of the Gentiles" that believed 50 3, 56 | risen from the dead, the first-fruits of ~them that sleep; for 51 3, 74 | fermented bread for the first-fruits.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[74] A[ 52 Suppl, 73| resurrection, is called "the first-fruits of them that sleep" (1 ~ 53 Suppl, 74| Christ, since He is the "first-fruits of them that sleep" (1 Cor. 54 Suppl, 74| them, because they had "the first-fruits of the spirit" (Rm. ~8:23) - "


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