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1 1, 60 | contrary, All the moral precepts of the law come of the law 2 1, 61 | contrary, All the moral precepts of the law come of the law 3 1, 102 | and to fly from ~evil, by precepts and prohibitions, rewards 4 1, 112 | universal instructor, Whose precepts reach man by the medium ~ 5 2, 62 | 1/1~On the contrary, The precepts of the Law are about acts 6 2, 62 | the Divine Law contains precepts about the acts of faith, 7 2, 65 | since the law contains precepts about all acts of ~virtue, 8 2, 72 | God's law, the affirmative precepts, against which is the ~sin 9 2, 72 | different from the negative precepts, against which ~is the sin 10 2, 72 | affirmative and ~negative precepts, was that men might be gradually 11 2, 72 | to this by the negative precepts, ~and afterwards by doing 12 2, 72 | induced by the affirmative ~precepts. Wherefore the affirmative 13 2, 72 | affirmative and negative precepts do not belong ~to different 14 2, 72 | according to the various precepts of the Law. ~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 73 | of transgressing all ~the precepts of Law, is the same as to 16 2, 91 | reason, so too it is from the precepts of ~the natural law, as 17 2, 91 | by nature, which are the precepts of the natural law, for 18 2, 91 | principles, ~namely, the precepts of the Divine law.~Aquin.: 19 2, 91 | way of certain general ~precepts, common to both the perfect 20 2, 92 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the precepts of law are concerned with 21 2, 94 | natural law?~(2) What are the precepts of the natural law?~(3) 22 2, 94 | accordingly, ~since the precepts of the natural law are sometimes 23 2, 94 | is a habit containing the precepts of the natural law, which 24 2, 94 | natural law contains several precepts, or only one?~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 94 | law contains, not several ~precepts, but one only. For law is 26 2, 94 | therefore there were many precepts of the natural law, ~it 27 2, 94 | 1/1~On the contrary, The precepts of the natural law in man 28 2, 94 | Therefore there are also several precepts of the natural law.~Aquin.: 29 2, 94 | above (Q[91], A[3]), the precepts of the ~natural law are 30 2, 94 | be avoided." All ~other precepts of the natural law are based 31 2, 94 | or evil) belongs ~to the precepts of the natural law as something 32 2, 94 | inclinations, is the order of the precepts of the natural law. Because 33 2, 94 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: All these precepts of the law of nature have 34 2, 94 | stated above: so that the precepts of the natural law ~are 35 2, 94 | hindering the observance of such precepts, as stated above (A[4]).~ 36 2, 94 | first, certain most general precepts, that are known to all; 37 2, 94 | secondary and more detailed precepts, which are, as it ~were, 38 2, 94 | other, i.e. the secondary precepts, the natural law can be ~ 39 2, 94 | regard to the secondary precepts of the ~natural law, in 40 2, 94 | is true of the secondary precepts of the ~natural law, against 41 2, 95 | or specification of the precepts of the natural ~law.~Aquin.: 42 2, 96 | being ~unable to bear such precepts, would break out into yet 43 2, 96 | that if "new wine," i.e. precepts of ~a perfect life, "is 44 2, 96 | wine runneth out," i.e. the precepts are ~despised, and those 45 2, 97 | contains certain ~universal precepts, which are everlasting: 46 2, 97 | contains ~certain particular precepts, according to various emergencies.~ 47 2, 97 | far as it contains general precepts, which ~never fail, does 48 2, 97 | dispensations. In other precepts, however, ~which are as 49 2, 97 | conclusions of the general precepts, man sometimes grants a ~ 50 2, 97 | his delegate; so, in the ~precepts of the Divine law, which 51 2, 98 | The Law ~itself; (2) Its precepts. Under the first head there 52 2, 98 | account of the goodness of the precepts that it contains. Therefore 53 2, 98 | there to the ceremonial precepts; which are ~said not to 54 2, 98 | although by fulfilling these precepts man confessed himself a ~ 55 2, 98 | condition of time. So, too, precepts that are ~given to children 56 2, 98 | Old Law showed forth the precepts of the natural law, ~and 57 2, 98 | law, ~and added certain precepts of its own. Accordingly, 58 2, 98 | Accordingly, as to those precepts ~of the natural law contained 59 2, 98 | natural law. But as to those precepts which were added by ~the 60 2, 98 | as it were, household ~precepts: but when Abraham's descendants 61 2, 99 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PRECEPTS OF THE OLD LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~ 62 2, 99 | We must now consider the precepts of the Old Law; and (1) 63 2, 99 | Old Law contains several precepts or only one?~(2) Whether 64 2, 99 | Old Law contains any moral precepts?~(3) Whether it contains 65 2, 99 | Whether it contains ceremonial precepts in addition to the moral ~ 66 2, 99 | in addition to the moral ~precepts?~(4) Whether besides these 67 2, 99 | these it contains judicial precepts?~(5) Whether it contains 68 2, 99 | induced men to keep its precepts. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 69 2, 99 | an end; and, accordingly, precepts may be given ~about various 70 2, 99 | we must ~say that all the precepts of the Old Law are one in 71 2, 99 | yet it comprises various precepts, according to the diversity 72 2, 99 | the Old Law contains moral precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 73 2, 99 | Old Law contains no moral precepts. For ~the Old Law is distinct 74 2, 99 | 98], A[5]). But the moral precepts belong to the law of ~nature. 75 2, 99 | to suffice for ~the moral precepts. Therefore the moral precepts 76 2, 99 | precepts. Therefore the moral precepts do not belong to the Old ~ 77 2, 99 | Cor. 3:6). But the moral precepts do not kill, but quicken, 78 2, 99 | life." Therefore the moral precepts do not belong to the ~Old 79 2, 99 | given by God comprised moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 80 2, 99 | Law contained some moral precepts; as is evident ~from Ex. 81 2, 99 | for the Old Law to include precepts about acts of virtue: ~and 82 2, 99 | and these are the moral precepts of the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 83 2, 99 | regard to the other moral precepts, which are like conclusions 84 2, 99 | death, as to the moral ~precepts; in so far as, to wit, it 85 2, 99 | ceremonial, besides moral, precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 86 2, 99 | ceremonial, ~besides moral, precepts. For every law that is given 87 2, 99 | comprise other than moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 88 2, 99 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, those precepts that are styled ceremonial 89 2, 99 | Since, then, the moral precepts are about acts ~of virtue, 90 2, 99 | seems that the ceremonial precepts ~should not be distinct 91 2, 99 | Further, the ceremonial precepts seem to be those which signify ~ 92 2, 99 | Law to contain ceremonial precepts ~about certain figurative 93 2, 99 | commandments of the Law are moral precepts. Therefore besides the moral ~ 94 2, 99 | Therefore besides the moral ~precepts there are others which are 95 2, 99 | preserved. ~Accordingly those precepts of the Law which refer to 96 2, 99 | Law given to man contains precepts about these matters also.~ 97 2, 99 | above (Q[91], A[3]), the precepts of the natural ~law are 98 2, 99 | the determinations of the precepts of ~the natural law, effected 99 2, 99 | distinct from the moral ~precepts which belong to the natural 100 2, 99 | belongs to the ceremonial ~precepts. Consequently the ceremonial 101 2, 99 | Consequently the ceremonial precepts are distinct from the ~moral 102 2, 99 | distinct from the ~moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 103 2, 99 | pertains to the ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 104 2, 99 | the moral and ceremonial precepts, there are also ~judicial 105 2, 99 | there are also ~judicial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 106 2, 99 | that there are no judicial precepts in addition to ~the moral 107 2, 99 | the moral and ceremonial precepts in the Old Law. For Augustine 108 2, 99 | in the Old Law there are "precepts concerning ~the life we 109 2, 99 | life we have to lead, and precepts regarding the life that 110 2, 99 | foreshadowed." Now the precepts of the life we have to lead 111 2, 99 | have to lead are moral ~precepts; and the precepts of the 112 2, 99 | moral ~precepts; and the precepts of the life that is foreshadowed 113 2, 99 | besides these two kinds of precepts we should not ~put any judicial 114 2, 99 | should not ~put any judicial precepts in the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 115 2, 99 | life belongs to the moral precepts. Therefore the judicial ~ 116 2, 99 | Therefore the judicial ~precepts should not be considered 117 2, 99 | distinct from the moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 118 2, 99 | virtues, belong to the moral precepts. Therefore the ~moral precepts 119 2, 99 | precepts. Therefore the ~moral precepts include the judicial precepts, 120 2, 99 | precepts include the judicial precepts, and consequently should 121 2, 99 | Dt. 6:1): "These are the precepts and ~ceremonies, and judgments": 122 2, 99 | and judgments": where "precepts" stands for "moral precepts" ~ 123 2, 99 | precepts" stands for "moral precepts" ~antonomastically. Therefore 124 2, 99 | Therefore there are judicial precepts besides moral and ~ceremonial 125 2, 99 | besides moral and ~ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 126 2, 99 | which dictates the moral ~precepts are to be referred: yet 127 2, 99 | effected ~by the ceremonial precepts, so the determination of 128 2, 99 | determination of the general precepts ~of that justice which is 129 2, 99 | effected by the ~judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 130 2, 99 | the Old Law; ~viz. "moral" precepts, which are dictated by the 131 2, 99 | natural law; ~"ceremonial" precepts, which are determinations 132 2, 99 | worship; ~and "judicial" precepts, which are determinations 133 2, 99 | respect of the judicial precepts; "holy," with regard ~to 134 2, 99 | regard ~to the ceremonial precepts (since the word "sanctus" - " 135 2, 99 | virtue, as to the moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 136 2, 99 | the moral and the judicial precepts aim at the ~ordering of 137 2, 99 | Augustine, viz. under the precepts of the ~life we have to 138 2, 99 | way. Hence the judicial ~precepts have something in common 139 2, 99 | in common with the moral precepts, in that they ~are derived 140 2, 99 | common with the ceremonial ~precepts, in that they are determinations 141 2, 99 | determinations of general precepts. This ~explains why sometimes " 142 2, 99 | both judicial and moral ~precepts, as in Dt. 5:1: "Hear, O 143 2, 99 | judicial and ceremonial precepts, as in Lev. 18:4: "You ~ 144 2, 99 | judgments, and shall observe My precepts," where "precepts" ~denotes 145 2, 99 | observe My precepts," where "precepts" ~denotes moral precepts, 146 2, 99 | precepts" ~denotes moral precepts, while "judgments" refers 147 2, 99 | judicial and ~ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 148 2, 99 | general, belongs to the moral ~precepts; but its determination to 149 2, 99 | belongs to ~the judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 150 2, 99 | judicial, and ~ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 151 2, 99 | judicial, and ceremonial precepts. Because the judicial precepts 152 2, 99 | precepts. Because the judicial precepts belong ~to the act of justice, 153 2, 99 | man; while the ceremonial ~precepts belong to the act of religion, 154 2, 99 | Therefore ~besides the aforesaid precepts, the Old Law should comprise 155 2, 99 | thy God, and ~observe His precepts and ceremonies, His judgments 156 2, 99 | and commandments." Now ~precepts concern moral matters, as 157 2, 99 | judicial and ceremonial precepts, the Law contains others ~ 158 2, 99 | written (Dt. 6:17): "Keep the precepts of the Lord ~thy God, and 159 2, 99 | ceremonial and judicial precepts, but ~also others, called " 160 2, 99 | Dt. 6:1): "These are the precepts and ~ceremonies and judgments 161 2, 99 | Law. Therefore all the ~precepts of the Law are included 162 2, 99 | to the fulfilment of the precepts. Now ~the precepts refer 163 2, 99 | of the precepts. Now ~the precepts refer to things which have 164 2, 99 | sense some of the moral precepts are ~expressed by way of 165 2, 99 | these are properly called "precepts." ~Other things are prescribed 166 2, 99 | that ~"justice is in the precepts, charity in the commandments." 167 2, 99 | belongs to the judicial precepts, as regards human affairs; ~ 168 2, 99 | affairs; ~to the "ceremonial" precepts, as regards Divine matters.~ 169 2, 99 | Divine justice. Again all the precepts of the Law may be styled ~" 170 2, 99 | be distinguished from the precepts, so that those things ~be 171 2, 99 | those things ~be called "precepts" which God Himself prescribed; 172 2, 99 | it is clear that all the precepts of the Law are either moral, ~ 173 2, 99 | to the observance of the precepts, as ~stated above.~Aquin.: 174 2, 99 | ceremonial and judicial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] A[ 175 2, 99 | to the observance of its ~precepts, by means of temporal promises 176 2, 99 | to the ~observance of its precepts, by means of temporal promises 177 2, 99 | persuaded to observe its precepts by means of punishments 178 2, 99 | to the observance of any precepts, needs ~to move him at first 179 2, 99 | as they departed from the precepts of ~the Law they were overtaken 180 2, 100 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE MORAL PRECEPTS OF THE OLD LAW (TWELVE ARTICLES)~ 181 2, 100 | Law: and (1) the ~moral precepts, (2) the ceremonial precepts, ( 182 2, 100 | precepts, (2) the ceremonial precepts, (3) the judicial precepts. ~ 183 2, 100 | precepts, (3) the judicial precepts. ~Under the first head there 184 2, 100 | 1) Whether all the moral precepts of the Old Law belong to 185 2, 100 | nature?~(2) Whether the moral precepts of the Old Law are about 186 2, 100 | 3) Whether all the moral precepts of the Old Law are reducible 187 2, 100 | are reducible to the ~ten precepts of the decalogue?~(4) How 188 2, 100 | the decalogue?~(4) How the precepts of the decalogue are distinguished 189 2, 100 | distinction of other moral precepts;~(12) Whether the moral 190 2, 100 | 12) Whether the moral precepts of the Old Law justified 191 2, 100 | 1~Whether all the moral precepts of the Old Law belong to 192 2, 100 | seem that not all the moral precepts belong to the law ~of nature. 193 2, 100 | Therefore not all the moral ~precepts belong to the natural law.~ 194 2, 100 | Therefore not all the moral ~precepts of the Divine law belong 195 2, 100 | Therefore all the ~moral precepts of the Law belong to the 196 2, 100 | I answer that, The moral precepts, distinct from the ceremonial 197 2, 100 | ceremonial and ~judicial precepts, are about things pertaining 198 2, 100 | evident that since the moral precepts are about matters ~which 199 2, 100 | necessity, that all the moral precepts belong to the law of nature; 200 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Whether the moral precepts of the Law are about all 201 2, 100 | would seem that the moral precepts of the Law are not about ~ 202 2, 100 | virtue. For observance of the precepts of the Old Law is ~called 203 2, 100 | justice. Therefore ~the moral precepts are only about acts of justice.~ 204 2, 100 | one his due. Therefore the precepts of the moral law are not 205 2, 100 | 1). Therefore the moral precepts ~are only about the acts 206 2, 100 | I answer that, Since the precepts of the Law are ordained 207 2, 100 | above (Q[90], A[2]), the precepts of the Law must needs ~be 208 2, 100 | Wherefore ~human law makes precepts only about acts of justice; 209 2, 100 | the Divine law proposes precepts about all those matters ~ 210 2, 100 | the ~Divine law proposes precepts about all those matters 211 2, 100 | Divine law fittingly proposes precepts about ~the acts of all the 212 2, 100 | 1~Whether all the moral precepts of the Old Law are reducible 213 2, 100 | are reducible to the ten ~precepts of the decalogue?~Aquin.: 214 2, 100 | seem that not all the moral precepts of the Old Law are ~reducible 215 2, 100 | are ~reducible to the ten precepts of the decalogue. For the 216 2, 100 | the first and ~principal precepts of the Law are, "Thou shalt 217 2, 100 | are not contained in the precepts of the decalogue. Therefore 218 2, 100 | Therefore not all ~the moral precepts are contained in the precepts 219 2, 100 | precepts are contained in the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: 220 2, 100 | OBJ 2: Further, the moral precepts are not reducible to the 221 2, 100 | reducible to the ceremonial ~precepts, but rather vice versa. 222 2, 100 | vice versa. But among the precepts of the decalogue, ~one is 223 2, 100 | Sabbath-day." ~Therefore the moral precepts are not reducible to all 224 2, 100 | not reducible to all the precepts of the ~decalogue.~Aquin.: 225 2, 100 | OBJ 3: Further, the moral precepts are about all the acts of 226 2, 100 | of virtue. But ~among the precepts of the decalogue are only 227 2, 100 | them all. Therefore the precepts ~of the decalogue do not 228 2, 100 | not include all the moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 229 2, 100 | after propounding the ten precepts, ~set them out in detail." 230 2, 100 | detail." Therefore all the precepts of the Law are so ~many 231 2, 100 | are so ~many parts of the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: 232 2, 100 | 1/1~I answer that, The precepts of the decalogue differ 233 2, 100 | decalogue differ from the other ~precepts of the Law, in the fact 234 2, 100 | said to have given ~the precepts of the decalogue; whereas 235 2, 100 | whereas He gave the other precepts to the ~people through Moses. 236 2, 100 | decalogue includes those precepts the ~knowledge of which 237 2, 100 | Consequently two kinds of precepts are not ~reckoned among 238 2, 100 | not ~reckoned among the precepts of the decalogue: viz. first 239 2, 100 | Nevertheless both ~kinds of precepts are contained in the precepts 240 2, 100 | precepts are contained in the precepts of the decalogue; yet in ~ 241 2, 100 | faith. Wherefore all the precepts of the decalogue are ~referred 242 2, 100 | respect it is placed among the precepts of the decalogue: but not 243 2, 100 | is in justice. Hence the precepts about the acts of the other 244 2, 100 | to the people as are the precepts about acts of ~justice. 245 2, 100 | especially come under the precepts ~of the decalogue, which 246 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably 247 2, 100 | It would seem that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~ 248 2, 100 | distinct from ~faith. Now the precepts are about acts of virtue. 249 2, 100 | Further, the affirmative precepts in the Law are distinct 250 2, 100 | distinct from ~the negative precepts; e.g. "Honor thy father 251 2, 100 | Therefore these are two precepts, and do not, as Augustine 252 2, 100 | lxxi) distinguishes three precepts as referring ~to God, and 253 2, 100 | 1/3~I answer that, The precepts of the decalogue are differently 254 2, 100 | observance is not one of the ten precepts, because its ~observance, 255 2, 100 | But he ~distinguishes four precepts pertaining to God, the first 256 2, 100 | distinguishes these two precepts, in his commentary on ~Osee 257 2, 100 | states that there are six precepts pertaining to our ~neighbor; 258 2, 100 | observance to be put among the precepts of the decalogue, if ~it 259 2, 100 | also distinguishes four precepts as referring to ~God, unites 260 2, 100 | Augustine reckons as distinct ~precepts, that which forbids the 261 2, 100 | he distinguishes ~three precepts as referring to God, and 262 2, 100 | of faith: wherefore the ~precepts about worship should not 263 2, 100 | about faith. Nevertheless precepts should be given about worship 264 2, 100 | faith is presupposed to the ~precepts of the decalogue, as is 265 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 2: The affirmative precepts are distinct from the negative, ~ 266 2, 100 | find that two distinct ~precepts are given: thus there is 267 2, 100 | there are not different ~precepts about believing in God, 268 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably 269 2, 100 | It would seem that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~ 270 2, 100 | decalogue does not include any ~precepts directing man in his relations 271 2, 100 | himself, it seems that the ~precepts of the decalogue are insufficiently 272 2, 100 | all our neighbors. Now the precepts of the decalogue are ordained 273 2, 100 | should ~there have been some precepts referring to children and 274 2, 100 | irascible ~part. But some precepts forbid inordinate concupiscence, 275 2, 100 | should have included some ~precepts forbidding the disorders 276 2, 100 | Therefore it ~seems that the ten precepts of the decalogue are unfittingly 277 2, 100 | above (A[2]), just as the precepts of human law ~direct man 278 2, 100 | human community, so the precepts of ~the Divine law direct 279 2, 100 | contain in the first place precepts ordering ~man in his relations 280 2, 100 | the second place, other precepts ~ordering man in his relations 281 2, 100 | Body Para. 4/4~The three precepts that direct man in his behavior 282 2, 100 | ways. First, because ~the precepts of the decalogue can be 283 2, 100 | decalogue can be reduced to the precepts of charity. ~Now there was 284 2, 100 | decalogue includes those precepts only which refer to our 285 2, 100 | may be answered that the precepts of the decalogue are ~those 286 2, 100 | spoke to you." Hence the precepts ~of the decalogue need to 287 2, 100 | himself. And therefore the ~precepts which prohibit disorders 288 2, 100 | sacrifices, is mentioned in the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: 289 2, 100 | reason: and therefore the precepts that forbid ~the doing of 290 2, 100 | concupiscible part. ~Hence, as the precepts of the decalogue are, as 291 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Whether the ten precepts of the decalogue are set 292 2, 100 | would seem that the ten precepts of the decalogue are not 293 2, 100 | not?" But the first three precepts ~belong to the love of God, 294 2, 100 | neighbor. Therefore the precepts of the decalogue are not 295 2, 100 | prescribed by the affirmative ~precepts, and acts of vice are forbidden 296 2, 100 | forbidden by the negative precepts. But ~according to Boethius 297 2, 100 | sown. Therefore ~among the precepts concerning our neighbor, 298 2, 100 | our neighbor, the negative precepts should ~have preceded the 299 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the precepts of the Law are about men' 300 2, 100 | outward deed. Therefore the ~precepts about not coveting, which 301 2, 100 | ordained of God']. ~But the precepts of the decalogue were given 302 2, 100 | above (AA[3],5, ad 1), the precepts of the ~decalogue are such 303 2, 100 | it was ~necessary for the precepts of the decalogue, first 304 2, 100 | Body Para. 3/3~As to the precepts that direct man in his behavior 305 2, 100 | Consequently, among those precepts that direct man in ~his 306 2, 100 | parents. Among the other precepts we again find the order 307 2, 100 | Q[26], ~A[2]). Hence the precepts ordaining man to God demanded 308 2, 100 | fittingly placed after the ~precepts regarding God. This argument 309 2, 100 | affirmative and ~negative precepts about the same kind of deed: 310 2, 100 | given above. Because in the precepts regarding ~God, which belongs 311 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the precepts of the decalogue are suitably 312 2, 100 | It would seem that the precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably ~ 313 2, 100 | Because the affirmative precepts direct man to acts of ~virtue, 314 2, 100 | virtue, while the negative precepts withdraw him from acts of 315 2, 100 | unfitting that affirmative precepts should be framed in ~some 316 2, 100 | some matters, and negative precepts in others.~Aquin.: SMT FS 317 2, 100 | on ~reason. But all the precepts of the decalogue belong 318 2, 100 | Further, by observing the precepts man deserves to be rewarded 319 2, 100 | concern the rewards of the precepts. ~Therefore the promise 320 2, 100 | induced men to observe the precepts, by means of the threat 321 2, 100 | punishments. But all the precepts of the decalogue belong 322 2, 100 | Consequently it seems that the ~precepts of the decalogue are unsuitably 323 2, 100 | wisdom is contained in the precepts of the ~Divine law: wherefore 324 2, 100 | must be evident ~that the precepts of the Law are suitably 325 2, 100 | pertains to the negative ~precepts, extends to more persons, 326 2, 100 | are only two affirmative precepts; one ~about the honor due 327 2, 100 | reasons for the purely moral precepts are manifest; ~hence there 328 2, 100 | reason. But some of the precepts ~include ceremonial matter, 329 2, 100 | utility. Consequently in those precepts in which it seemed that 330 2, 100 | is only ~affixed to those precepts of the law which forbade 331 2, 100 | affixed to the ~first two precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 332 2, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the precepts of the decalogue are dispensable?~ 333 2, 100 | It would seem that the precepts of the decalogue are dispensable. ~ 334 2, 100 | are dispensable. ~For the precepts of the decalogue belong 335 2, 100 | dispensation can be granted in ~the precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: 336 2, 100 | man can dispense with the precepts of a law made by ~man. Therefore, 337 2, 100 | man. Therefore, since the precepts of the decalogue are ordained 338 2, 100 | superiors can dispense with the ~precepts of the decalogue.~Aquin.: 339 2, 100 | OBJ 3: Further, among the precepts of the decalogue is one 340 2, 100 | lawfully slain. Therefore the precepts of the ~decalogue are dispensable.~ 341 2, 100 | against him." Therefore the precepts of the decalogue are ~dispensable.~ 342 2, 100 | apply principally to the precepts of the decalogue. Therefore 343 2, 100 | decalogue. Therefore the precepts of the decalogue cannot 344 2, 100 | 96], A[6]; Q[97], A[4]), precepts ~admit of dispensation, 345 2, 100 | therefore there by ~any precepts which contain the very preservation 346 2, 100 | justice and virtue, such precepts contain the intention ~of 347 2, 100 | anything unjust or evil, such precepts ~would not admit of dispensation. 348 2, 100 | dispensation. But if other precepts were enacted, ~subordinate 349 2, 100 | procedure, these latter precepts would admit of dispensation, 350 2, 100 | as the omission of these precepts in certain cases would not 351 2, 100 | prejudicial to the former precepts which contain the intention 352 2, 100 | Body Para. 2/2~Now the precepts of the decalogue contain 353 2, 100 | lawgiver, who is God. For the precepts of the first table, which 354 2, 100 | which is ~God; while the precepts of the second table contain 355 2, 100 | that we are to take ~the precepts of the decalogue. Consequently 356 2, 100 | decalogue. Consequently the precepts of the decalogue ~admit 357 2, 100 | Accordingly, therefore, the precepts of the decalogue, as to 358 2, 100 | men to something by the precepts of the law: and ~this is 359 2, 100 | that one can fulfil the precepts of the law without having ~ 360 2, 100 | Therefore one can fulfil the precepts ~of the law without grace. 361 2, 100 | these are two affirmative precepts, not binding for all times, 362 2, 100 | Man cannot fulfil all the precepts of the law, unless he ~fulfil 363 2, 100 | distinguish other moral precepts of the law ~besides the 364 2, 100 | distinguish other moral ~precepts of the law besides the decalogue. 365 2, 100 | no need for other ~moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 366 2, 100 | OBJ 2: Further, the moral precepts are distinct from the judicial 367 2, 100 | judicial and ~ceremonial precepts, as stated above (Q[99], 368 2, 100 | determinations of the general moral precepts belong to the judicial and ~ 369 2, 100 | judicial and ~ceremonial precepts: and the general moral precepts 370 2, 100 | precepts: and the general moral precepts are contained in the ~decalogue, 371 2, 100 | to lay down other moral precepts ~besides the decalogue.~ 372 2, 100 | OBJ 3: Further, the moral precepts are about the acts of all 373 2, 100 | besides ~the decalogue, moral precepts pertaining to religion, 374 2, 100 | should have been added some precepts pertaining to ~the other 375 2, 100 | distinguish other ~moral precepts in the Law besides those 376 2, 100 | converted to God by other moral precepts besides those of ~the decalogue. 377 2, 100 | to include other moral ~precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 378 2, 100 | judicial and ceremonial precepts derive their force from 379 2, 100 | that way. But the moral ~precepts derive their efficacy from 380 2, 100 | judgment about them. Some precepts are more detailed, the ~ 381 2, 100 | concerning them: these are the precepts of the ~decalogue. Again, 382 2, 100 | decalogue. Again, there are some precepts the reason of which is not 383 2, 100 | the wise; these are moral precepts added to ~the decalogue, 384 2, 100 | evident, these other moral precepts added to the ~decalogue 385 2, 100 | decalogue are reducible to the precepts of the decalogue, as so 386 2, 100 | to this are added other precepts forbidding ~things relating 387 2, 100 | added all the ceremonial precepts. ~To the fourth commandment 388 2, 100 | and ~likewise all the precepts prescribing the reverence 389 2, 100 | commandments no further precepts are added, because thereby 390 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The precepts of the decalogue are ordained 391 2, 100 | towards them; ~but the other precepts are so ordained as pertaining 392 2, 100 | ceremonial ~and judicial precepts "are determinations of the 393 2, 100 | are determinations of the precepts of the ~decalogue," not 394 2, 100 | of the ~superadded moral precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 395 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The precepts of a law are ordained for 396 2, 100 | good of the species; hence precepts bearing directly on these ~ 397 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Whether the moral precepts of the Old Law justified 398 2, 100 | would seem that the moral precepts of the Old Law justified ~ 399 2, 100 | are those who fulfil the precepts of the Law. ~Therefore the 400 2, 100 | Therefore the fulfilling of the precepts of the Law was a cause of ~ 401 2, 100 | Therefore the fulfilling of the precepts ~of the Law was a cause 402 2, 100 | consisting in ~fulfilling the precepts of law. Therefore the precepts 403 2, 100 | precepts of law. Therefore the precepts of the Law ~justified man. ~ 404 2, 100 | refers even to the ~moral precepts. Therefore the moral precepts 405 2, 100 | precepts. Therefore the moral precepts did not cause justice.~Aquin.: 406 2, 100 | it was conferred by the precepts of ~the Law; in so far, 407 2, 100 | not ~be caused by moral precepts, which are about human actions: 408 2, 100 | actions: wherefore the ~moral precepts could not justify man by 409 2, 100 | of ~justice, thus all the precepts of the Law justified man, 410 2, 100 | Because the ceremonial precepts taken as a whole contained ~ 411 2, 100 | Hence it is said ~of these precepts that they did not justify 412 2, 100 | the ~moral and judicial precepts, either in general or also 413 2, 100 | in itself: but the moral precepts contained ~that which is 414 2, 100 | 1: whereas the judicial precepts ~belonged to "special justice," 415 2, 100 | The man who fulfilled the precepts of the Law is said to ~live 416 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The precepts of human law justify man 417 2, 101 | 1/1 - OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS IN THEMSELVES (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 418 2, 101 | consider the ceremonial precepts: and first we must consider ~ 419 2, 101 | nature of the ceremonial precepts;~(2) Whether they are figurative?~( 420 2, 101 | nature of the ceremonial precepts consists in their ~pertaining 421 2, 101 | nature of the ceremonial precepts does not ~consist in their 422 2, 101 | Jews were given certain precepts about abstinence from food ~( 423 2, 101 | But these are not moral precepts; since they do not ~remain 424 2, 101 | Law. Nor are they judicial precepts; since they do not ~pertain 425 2, 101 | Therefore ~they are ceremonial precepts. Yet they seem in no way 426 2, 101 | nature of the ceremonial precepts does not ~consist in their 427 2, 101 | state that the ceremonial precepts are those which ~pertain 428 2, 101 | seem that the ceremonial precepts are so called from their 429 2, 101 | say that the ceremonial precepts are patterns, i.e. ~rules, 430 2, 101 | Latin ~"salve." But all the precepts of the Law are rules of 431 2, 101 | Therefore not only those ~precepts which pertain to Divine 432 2, 101 | iii) that the ~ceremonial precepts are those for which there 433 2, 101 | Therefore the ceremonial precepts are not those which pertain ~ 434 2, 101 | A[4]), the ceremonial precepts ~are determinations of the 435 2, 101 | determinations of the moral precepts whereby man is directed 436 2, 101 | God, ~just as the judicial precepts are determinations of the 437 2, 101 | determinations of the moral precepts ~whereby he is directed 438 2, 101 | to Him. Wherefore those precepts are properly called ~ceremonial, 439 2, 101 | ceremonial and the other precepts. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 440 2, 101 | the end. Accordingly those precepts of the Law which ~regard 441 2, 101 | contained under the ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 442 2, 101 | so that all ceremonial ~precepts may be included under the 443 2, 101 | salvation is from God, those precepts ~above all seem to be rules 444 2, 101 | worship are called ceremonial ~precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 445 2, 101 | explanation of the ceremonial precepts has a certain ~amount of 446 2, 101 | consequence. For, since the precepts referring to the Divine 447 2, 101 | 1~Whether the ceremonial precepts are figurative?~Aquin.: 448 2, 101 | seem that the ceremonial precepts are not figurative. ~For 449 2, 101 | framing of a law: because precepts ~of law are proposed to 450 2, 101 | v, 21). If therefore the precepts of ~the Law were given as 451 2, 101 | should have delivered these precepts without explaining what 452 2, 101 | God. But the ceremonial precepts are ordained to ~the Divine 453 2, 101 | hope, and charity." But the precepts of ~faith, hope, and charity 454 2, 101 | Therefore the ceremonial ~precepts should not be figurative.~ 455 2, 101 | Therefore ~the ceremonial precepts, which refer to the Divine 456 2, 101 | AA[3],4), the ceremonial ~precepts are those which refer to 457 2, 101 | have been man ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 458 2, 101 | have been many ceremonial ~precepts. For those things which 459 2, 101 | end. But the ceremonial precepts, as stated above ~(AA[1], 460 2, 101 | have been many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 461 2, 101 | number of the ceremonial precepts was an ~occasion of transgression, 462 2, 101 | transgression ~of the Divine precepts is an obstacle to man's 463 2, 101 | seems that the ceremonial precepts should not have been ~given 464 2, 101 | Further, the ceremonial precepts referred to the outward 465 2, 101 | have been many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 466 2, 101 | have to be coerced by the precepts of the law, as stated above ( 467 2, 101 | improved by means ~of the precepts of the law. Accordingly, 468 2, 101 | contain many ceremonial precepts. For in that people ~there 469 2, 101 | them by means of ceremonial precepts from the worship of idols 470 2, 101 | should be many ceremonial ~precepts; both because thus their 471 2, 101 | foreshadowed by these ceremonial precepts, brought many boons to the ~ 472 2, 101 | they to fulfil all the precepts of the Law, the fact that 473 2, 101 | giving them many ceremonial precepts.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 474 2, 101 | But all ~the ceremonial precepts were ordained to the worship 475 2, 101 | be observed. ~But all the precepts of the Law had to be observed: 476 2, 101 | AA[1],2), the ceremonial precepts are ~ordained to the Divine 477 2, 102 | CAUSES OF THE CEREMONIAL PRECEPTS (SIX ARTICLES) ~We must 478 2, 102 | causes of the ceremonial precepts: under which ~head there 479 2, 102 | cause for the ceremonial precepts?~(2) Whether the cause of 480 2, 102 | cause of the ceremonial precepts was literal or ~figurative?~( 481 2, 102 | cause for the ceremonial precepts?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 482 2, 102 | cause for the ceremonial ~precepts. Because on Eph. 2:15, " 483 2, 102 | decrees, i.e. evangelical precepts, ~which are based on reason." 484 2, 102 | there should have been some precepts for the purpose of ~testing 485 2, 102 | reason for the ceremonial ~precepts, they would not differ from 486 2, 102 | not differ from the moral precepts. It seems ~therefore that 487 2, 102 | cause for the ceremonial precepts: for the ~reason of a precept 488 2, 102 | eyes." But the ceremonial precepts are ~commandments of God. 489 2, 102 | Therefore the ceremonial precepts ~have a reasonable cause.~ 490 2, 102 | evident that the ceremonial precepts, like all the other ~precepts 491 2, 102 | precepts, like all the other ~precepts of the Law, were institutions 492 2, 102 | say that the ceremonial precepts ~were ordained to a certain 493 2, 102 | And so also the ceremonial precepts of ~the Old Law were reasonable 494 2, 102 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: The moral precepts in their very nature have 495 2, 102 | steal." But ~the ceremonial precepts have a reasonable cause 496 2, 102 | 1~Whether the ceremonial precepts have a literal cause or 497 2, 102 | seem that the ceremonial precepts have not a literal, ~but 498 2, 102 | For among the ceremonial precepts, the ~chief was circumcision 499 2, 102 | did the other ceremonial precepts have none but a ~figurative 500 2, 102 | But all the ~ceremonial precepts are figurative, as stated


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