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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | doctrine is divided into the Old and the New Law. ~But law 2 1, 1 | util. cred. iii) that "the Old ~Testament has a fourfold 3 1, 1 | Apostle says ~(Heb. 10:1) the Old Law is a figure of the New 4 1, 1 | far as the things of the Old Law signify the things of ~ 5 1, 10 | which exists in time grows old with time, because it ~has 6 1, 24 | Ecclus. 4:32) - i.e. the Old and New Testament according 7 1, 24 | to be done; and thus the Old and New ~Testament are called 8 1, 29 | not expressed to us in the Old or New Testament. Therefore " 9 1, 29 | Scripture, either in the Old or New Testament, nevertheless 10 1, 29 | original language of the Old or New Testament. The ~urgency 11 1, 36 | the word "ghost" is the old ~English equivalent for 12 1, 39 | because fathers by reason ~of old age are sometimes feeble; 13 1, 39 | sometimes by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness 14 1, 41 | as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. This 15 1, 43 | For the Fathers of the Old Testament had their share ~ 16 1, 43 | mission was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears 17 1, 43 | whether in the New or in the Old ~Testament, the visible 18 1, 43 | sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein 19 1, 43 | sent to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~the 20 1, 43 | given to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, indeed, 21 1, 51 | assumed bodies under the Old Law was a ~figurative indication 22 1, 51 | all the apparitions in the Old Testament were ordained 23 1, 51 | these are the mighty men of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). 24 1, 56 | That is the text of the old translation, which is amended ~ 25 1, 56 | powers": instead of which the old translation ~read - "and 26 1, 56 | even ~the letter of the old translation might be kept 27 1, 63 | Ezech.) that "the serpent of old ~did not from the first 28 1, 63 | Origen says, "The serpent of old did not from the first ~ 29 1, 66 | they call the God of the Old ~Testament the God of darkness. 30 1, 75 | movement. The philosophers of ~old, not being able to rise 31 1, 75 | because the philosophers of old believed that nothing existed ~ 32 1, 76 | simply. For this reason, the ~old natural philosophers, who 33 1, 77 | De Anima i, ~4), "If an old man were given the eye of 34 1, 39 | because fathers by reason ~of old age are sometimes feeble; 35 1, 39 | sometimes by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness 36 1, 41 | as, for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. This 37 1, 43 | For the Fathers of the Old Testament had their share ~ 38 1, 43 | mission was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears 39 1, 43 | whether in the New or in the Old ~Testament, the visible 40 1, 43 | sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein 41 1, 43 | sent to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~the 42 1, 43 | given to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, indeed, 43 1, 52 | assumed bodies under the Old Law was a ~figurative indication 44 1, 52 | all the apparitions in the Old Testament were ordained 45 1, 52 | these are the mighty men of old, men of renown" (Gn. 6:4). 46 1, 57 | That is the text of the old translation, which is amended ~ 47 1, 57 | powers": instead of which the old translation ~read - "and 48 1, 57 | even ~the letter of the old translation might be kept 49 1, 64 | Ezech.) that "the serpent of old ~did not from the first 50 1, 64 | Origen says, "The serpent of old did not from the first ~ 51 1, 67 | they call the God of the Old ~Testament the God of darkness. 52 1, 74 | movement. The philosophers of ~old, not being able to rise 53 1, 74 | because the philosophers of old believed that nothing existed ~ 54 1, 75 | simply. For this reason, the ~old natural philosophers, who 55 1, 76 | De Anima i, ~4), "If an old man were given the eye of 56 1, 96 | is lost. Last of all, in old age, it does not suffice 57 1, 96 | banish the breaking up of old age"; and (QQ. Vet. et Nov. 58 1, 98 | Further, the weakness of old age seems to correspond 59 1, 98 | have been no weakness ~of old age. Therefore neither would 60 1, 101 | consumption of the ~humors, and by old age, as above explained ( 61 1, 111 | excellence of the new over the old law. ~Hence there is no 62 1, 116 | occurs ~mostly in little old women, according to the 63 2, 40 | Rhet. ii, 13) that "the old are ~slow to hope, on account 64 2, 40 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The old are wanting in hope because 65 2, 53 | not lost either through old age or through death. Therefore ~ 66 2, 91 | law is twofold, namely the Old Law and the New Law.~Aquin.: 67 2, 91 | Divine law is divided into Old and New. ~Hence the Apostle ( 68 2, 91 | the state of man under the Old ~Law to that of a child " 69 2, 91 | directly ordained by the Old Law: wherefore, at the very 70 2, 91 | goods are ~contained in the Old Testament, for which reason 71 2, 91 | which reason it is called old; but ~the promise of eternal 72 2, 91 | the New Law surpasses the Old ~Law, since it directs our 73 2, 91 | Hence the saying that "the ~Old Law restrains the hand, 74 2, 91 | commandments. This the Old Law did by the fear of punishment: 75 2, 91 | but foreshadowed in the Old. Hence Augustine ~says ( 76 2, 93 | The human law; (4) The old law; (5) The new law, ~which 77 2, 96 | perfect life, "is put into old bottles," i.e. into imperfect 78 2, 97 | ensued; because ~the laws of old were crude in many points. 79 2, 97 | received from the fathers of old."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 80 2, 98 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE OLD LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~In due 81 2, 98 | we must now consider the Old Law; and (1) The Law ~itself; ( 82 2, 98 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Old Law was good?~(2) Whether 83 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law was good?~Aquin.: SMT 84 2, 98 | It would seem that the Old Law was not good. For it 85 2, 98 | contains. Therefore the ~Old Law was not good.~Aquin.: 86 2, 98 | says (Etym. v, 3). But the Old Law was not ~salutary; rather 87 2, 98 | abound." Therefore the ~Old Law was not good.~Aquin.: 88 2, 98 | human ~custom. But such the Old Law was not: since Peter 89 2, 98 | Therefore it seems ~that the Old Law was not good.~Aquin.: 90 2, 98 | Without any doubt, the Old Law was good. For just as 91 2, 98 | accords with reason. Now the ~Old Law was in accordance with 92 2, 98 | everlasting" (Rm. 6:23). But the Old Law ~could not confer this 93 2, 98 | Christ." Consequently the Old Law was good indeed, but ~ 94 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law was from God?~Aquin.: 95 2, 98 | It would seem that the Old Law was not from God. For 96 2, 98 | above (A[1]). Therefore the Old Law was not from God.~Aquin.: 97 2, 98 | continue for ever." But the Old Law does ~not continue for 98 2, 98 | thereof." Therefore the Old Law was not from God.~Aquin.: 99 2, 98 | occasions of evil. But the Old Law was an occasion of sin, 100 2, 98 | men ~to be saved." But the Old Law did not suffice to save 101 2, 98 | appertain to ~God. Therefore the Old Law was not from God.~Aquin.: 102 2, 98 | contained expressly in the Old Law (Ex. ~20:12; Dt. 5:16). 103 2, 98 | Dt. 5:16). Therefore the Old Law was from God.~Aquin.: 104 2, 98 | 1/1~I answer that, The Old Law was given by the good 105 2, 98 | Lord Jesus Christ. For the Old Law ordained men to Christ 106 2, 98 | himself']. Therefore the Old Law was given by the same 107 2, 98 | His perfect works. But the Old ~Law was set aside when 108 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 4: Although the Old Law did not suffice to save 109 2, 98 | by which the fathers of old were justified even as we ~ 110 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law was given through the 111 2, 98 | OBJ 1: It seems that the Old Law was not given through 112 2, 98 | ministers of His." But the ~Old Law is related to have been 113 2, 98 | friend." Therefore the Old Law was given by God immediately.~ 114 2, 98 | special reason why the Old Law should have been given 115 2, 98 | stated (AA[1],2) that the Old Law was imperfect, and yet ~ 116 2, 98 | immediately; but that ~the Old Law should be given to men 117 2, 98 | of the New Law over the Old; ~because in the New Testament " 118 2, 98 | His Son," ~whereas in the Old Testament "the word was 119 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law should have been given 120 2, 98 | It would seem that the Old Law should not have been 121 2, 98 | the ~Jews alone. For the Old Law disposed men for the 122 2, 98 | the earth." Therefore the Old Law should have been ~given 123 2, 98 | were bound to observe the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] 124 2, 98 | were bound to observe the Old Law. ~Because whoever is 125 2, 98 | subject to his law. ~But the Old Law was given by God, Who 126 2, 98 | saved without observing the Old ~Law: for it is written ( 127 2, 98 | without the observance of the Old Law, the Jews would ~be 128 2, 98 | 1/2~I answer that, The Old Law showed forth the precepts 129 2, 98 | natural law contained in the Old Law, all were bound to observe ~ 130 2, 98 | were bound to observe ~the Old Law; not because they belonged 131 2, 98 | because they belonged to the Old Law, but because they ~belonged 132 2, 98 | which were added by ~the Old Law, they were not binding 133 2, 98 | reason of this is because the Old Law, as stated above (A[ 134 2, 98 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law was suitably given at 135 2, 98 | It would seem that the Old Law was not suitably given 136 2, 98 | time ~of Moses. Because the Old Law disposed man for the 137 2, 98 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Old Law was given for the sanctification 138 2, 98 | said." Therefore the Old Law should ~have been given 139 2, 98 | it was fitting that the Old Law should be given in this 140 2, 98 | it was becoming ~that the Old Law should be given between 141 2, 98 | was not fitting for the Old Law to be given at once ~ 142 2, 98 | acknowledge his need of the Old Law; because ~as yet the 143 2, 99 | OF THE PRECEPTS OF THE OLD LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~We must 144 2, 99 | consider the precepts of the Old Law; and (1) how they are ~ 145 2, 99 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Old Law contains several precepts 146 2, 99 | only one?~(2) Whether the Old Law contains any moral precepts?~( 147 2, 99 | besides these?~(6) How the Old Law induced men to keep 148 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains only one precept?~ 149 2, 99 | It would seem that the Old Law contains but one precept. 150 2, 99 | Now there is but one Old Law. Therefore it contains 151 2, 99 | commandment. Therefore the Old Law ~contained but one commandment.~ 152 2, 99 | prophets." But the whole of the Old Law is comprised in the ~ 153 2, 99 | Therefore the whole of the Old Law contains but one ~commandment.~ 154 2, 99 | where he is referring to the Old Law, ~as the gloss comments, 155 2, 99 | the passage. Therefore the Old Law comprises ~many commandments.~ 156 2, 99 | all the precepts of the Old Law are one in respect of 157 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Old Law is said to be one as 158 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains moral precepts?~ 159 2, 99 | It would seem that the Old Law contains no moral precepts. 160 2, 99 | moral precepts. For ~the Old Law is distinct from the 161 2, 99 | they do not belong to the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 162 2, 99 | precepts do not belong to the Old ~Law, which is a Divine 163 2, 99 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Old Law is said to be "the letter 164 2, 99 | precepts do not belong to the ~Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 165 2, 99 | 1/1~I answer that, The Old Law contained some moral 166 2, 99 | it ~was necessary for the Old Law to include precepts 167 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Old Law is distinct from the 168 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law comprises ceremonial, 169 2, 99 | It would seem that the Old Law does not comprise ceremonial, ~ 170 2, 99 | Therefore it seems that the Old Law given ~to men should 171 2, 99 | worship: and therefore ~the Old Law given to man contains 172 2, 99 | ceremonial precepts in the Old Law. For Augustine says ~( 173 2, 99 | Faust. vi, 2) that in the Old Law there are "precepts 174 2, 99 | kinds of precept in the Old Law; ~viz. "moral" precepts, 175 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law contains any others 176 2, 99 | It would seem that the Old Law contains others besides 177 2, 99 | aforesaid precepts, the Old Law should comprise others.~ 178 2, 99 | forget." Therefore in the ~Old Law there are not only moral, 179 2, 99 | was necessary that in ~the Old Law certain things should 180 2, 99 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law should have induced 181 2, 99 | It would seem that the Old Law should not have induced 182 2, 99 | 98], AA[1],2,3) that the Old Law disposed ~men to (the 183 2, 99 | therefore fitting that the Old Law should conduct ~men 184 2, 99 | carefully the story of the ~Old Testament, the common weal 185 2, 100 | THE MORAL PRECEPTS OF THE OLD LAW (TWELVE ARTICLES)~We 186 2, 100 | each kind of precept of the Old Law: and (1) the ~moral 187 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law belong to the law of ~ 188 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law are about the acts of 189 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law are reducible to the ~ 190 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law justified man?~Aquin.: 191 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law belong to the law of 192 2, 100 | observance of the precepts of the Old Law is ~called justification, 193 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law are reducible to the 194 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law are ~reducible to the 195 2, 100 | All the solemnities of the Old Law were instituted in ~ 196 2, 100 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Old Law is called "the law of 197 2, 100 | decalogue belong to the Old Law. ~Therefore a threat 198 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law justified man?~Aquin.: 199 2, 100 | the moral precepts of the Old Law justified ~man. Because 200 2, 101 | of God. Because, in the Old ~Law, the Jews were given 201 2, 101 | knowledge. For under the Old Law, neither was the Divine 202 2, 101 | external ~worship of the Old Law needed to be figurative 203 2, 101 | but the ~shadow to the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 204 2, 101 | was expedient that ~the Old Law should contain many 205 2, 101 | Now the ~ceremonies of the Old Law were weak and imperfect, 206 2, 101 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Old Law lessened bodily worship 207 2, 101 | Whether the ceremonies of the Old Law are suitably divided 208 2, 101 | that the ceremonies of the Old Law are unsuitably ~divided 209 2, 101 | For the ceremonies of the Old Law foreshadowed Christ. 210 2, 101 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Old Law was ordained to the 211 2, 101 | Altar. Therefore in the Old Law ~there should be no 212 2, 101 | On the contrary, In the Old Law each of the above is 213 2, 101 | But the sacrifices of the Old Law did not contain Christ, 214 2, 101 | from the sacrifices of ~the Old Law, which sacraments were 215 2, 102 | i.e.) "making void the Old Law as to the ~carnal observances, 216 2, 102 | if the observances of the Old Law were ~based on reason, 217 2, 102 | ceremonial observances of the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 218 2, 102 | 1/1 ~OBJ 2: Further, the Old Law succeeded the law of 219 2, 102 | life. Therefore in ~the Old Law there should have been 220 2, 102 | the observances of ~the Old Law, in the sense that there 221 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts of ~the Old Law were reasonable on account 222 2, 102 | for the precepts of the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 223 2, 102 | did the stories of the Old Testament: for it is written ( 224 2, 102 | Now in the stories ~of the Old Testament, besides the mystical 225 2, 102 | ceremonial precepts of the Old Law can be ~taken in two 226 2, 102 | in the ceremonies of the Old ~Law have no literal cause, 227 2, 102 | the ceremonies of the Old Law had ~a twofold cause, 228 2, 102 | other sacrifices of the Old Law were ~offered up in 229 2, 102 | that the priest of the Old Law "often" offered "the 230 2, 102 | figurative sacrifices of the Old Law should be taken from 231 2, 102 | for the ~ceremonies of the Old Law that pertain to holy 232 2, 102 | therefore unfitting that in the Old Law a tabernacle or temple 233 2, 102 | Further, the state of the Old Law was not changed except 234 2, 102 | denoted the state of the Old Law. Therefore it ~should 235 2, 102 | seems that also under the Old Law there should have ~been 236 2, 102 | manner the state of the Old Law, as observed above ( 237 2, 102 | Christ, the state of the Old Law was ~not changed as 238 2, 102 | signifies the state of the Old Law; while the temple built 239 2, 102 | there were, even ~under the Old Law, various places, called 240 2, 102 | betokened the state of the Old Law, as the Apostle ~says ( 241 2, 102 | under the sacrifices of old. ~This veil was adorned 242 2, 102 | regard to the state of the Old Law the people and the priests 243 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 10: Under the Old Law there were seven temporal 244 2, 102 | for the sacraments of the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 245 2, 102 | for the ~sacraments of the Old Law. Because those things 246 2, 102 | Further, the sacraments of the Old Law were figures of the ~ 247 2, 102 | some sacraments of the ~Old Law to foreshadow the other 248 2, 102 | that the sacraments of the Old Law ~were unreasonable.~ 249 2, 102 | in the sacraments of the Old Law, ~which were ordained 250 2, 102 | these sacraments of the ~Old Law, certain things concerned 251 2, 102 | nations," when he was an old man, and his wife an old 252 2, 102 | old man, and his wife an old and barren woman. ~And in 253 2, 102 | figurative sacraments in the Old Law. For Baptism, which 254 2, 102 | the purifications ~of the Old Law. The sacrament of Orders 255 2, 102 | corresponding sacrament of the Old Law, because the time of 256 2, 102 | not yet opened out in the Old Law, since the price had ~ 257 2, 102 | did indeed exist under the Old Law, as a ~function of nature, 258 2, 102 | about. Hence under the ~Old Law it was allowable to 259 2, 102 | the purifications of the Old Law were ~ordained for the 260 2, 102 | Christ, and of which those of old became partakers ~by protesting 261 2, 102 | reason the ~priests of the Old Law were commanded to do 262 2, 103 | Law the ceremonies of the Old Law had any ~power of justification?~( 263 2, 103 | holocausts were ceremonies of the Old ~Law, as stated above (Q[ 264 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law preceded the Law.~Aquin.: 265 2, 103 | Law, the ceremonies of the Old Law had any ~power of justification?~ 266 2, 103 | that the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power of ~justification 267 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power ~of justification.~ 268 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law had the power of ~justification.~ 269 2, 103 | of the ~ceremonies of the Old Law, as stated in Lev. 14. 270 2, 103 | could the ceremonies of the Old Law cleanse the soul by 271 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law did not ~confer justice.~ 272 2, 103 | was distinguished in the Old Law. One was spiritual and 273 2, 103 | then, the ceremonies of the Old Law ~had the power to cleanse: 274 2, 103 | those ceremonies of the Old Law could not really contain 275 2, 103 | foreshadowed Christ. Hence in the Old Law certain sacrifices were 276 2, 103 | that the ceremonies of the Old Law washed ~away uncleanness 277 2, 103 | that under the state of the Old Law the ~ceremonies had 278 2, 103 | Whether the ceremonies of the Old Law ceased at the coming 279 2, 103 | that the ceremonies of the Old Law did not cease at ~the 280 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of ~the Old Law did not cease at Christ' 281 2, 103 | But ~the ceremonies of the Old Law had certain reasonable 282 2, 103 | Therefore the ceremonies of the Old Law ~should not have ceased.~ 283 2, 103 | he hath made the former old: ~and that which decayeth 284 2, 103 | which decayeth and groweth old, is near its end."~Aquin.: 285 2, 103 | ceremonial precepts of the Old Law were ordained ~to the 286 2, 103 | of faith and hope in the Old Law. Another state of interior ~ 287 2, 103 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Old Law is said to be "for ever" 288 2, 103 | other ~solemnities of the Old Law are supplanted by new 289 2, 103 | feast of Pentecost when the Old ~Law was given, to the feast 290 2, 103 | as that of the fathers of old; yet, since they came ~before 291 2, 103 | manner the ceremonies of ~the Old Law betokened Christ as 292 2, 103 | born, which the ~fathers of old said devoutly and truthfully; 293 2, 103 | ceremonies which the fathers of old fulfilled ~with devotion 294 2, 104 | judicial ~precepts of the Old Law figures of anything.~ 295 2, 104 | judicial precepts of ~the Old Law are figurative. For 296 2, 104 | judicial precepts of the Old Law bind for ever?~Aquin.: 297 2, 104 | judicial precepts of the Old Law bind for ~ever. Because 298 2, 104 | judicial precepts of the Old Law are ~not set aside, 299 2, 104 | being institutions of the ~Old Law: for it would be a deadly 300 2, 104 | judicial precepts of the Old Law, whereby men were ~directed 301 2, 104 | judicial precepts ~in the Old Law. For certain precepts 302 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law enjoined fitting precepts 303 2, 105 | It would seem that the Old Law made unfitting precepts 304 2, 105 | pleasest." Therefore the Old Law did not make suitable 305 2, 105 | this was introduced by the Old Law; for it is written ( 306 2, 105 | stated in Polit. i. But the Old Law took away the force 307 2, 105 | But the precepts of the Old Law observed little caution 308 2, 105 | Consequently it is clear that the Old ~Law provided sufficiently 309 2, 105 | inhabitants. Hence the Old Law, in order to remove 310 2, 105 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 10: The Old Law inflicted the death 311 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Old Law mercifully forbade strangers 312 2, 105 | common people or children or old men, ~who are not fit to 313 2, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Old Law set forth suitable precepts 314 2, 105 | It would seem that the Old Law set forth unsuitable 315 2, 105 | these ~relationships the Old Law contained fitting precepts. 316 2, 106 | in comparison with the Old Law; thirdly, we shall treat ~ 317 2, 106 | to those who are in the ~Old Testament: for it is written ( 318 2, 106 | to the Romans that the ~Old Law did not justify, because 319 2, 106 | Therefore the New Law, ~like the Old Law, does not justify.~Aquin.: 320 2, 106 | that justifieth." But the Old Law was from God just as 321 2, 106 | justify any more than the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] 322 2, 106 | xvii): "There," i.e. in the Old ~Testament, "the Law was 323 2, 106 | gave both the New and the Old Law, but in ~different ways. 324 2, 106 | different ways. For He gave the Old Law written on tables of 325 2, 106 | under ~the state of the Old Law, so that through falling 326 2, 106 | viz. the state of the Old Law, wherein men were intent 327 2, 106 | succeeded the ~state of the Old Law, as a more perfect law 328 2, 106 | And thus the ~state of the Old Law underwent frequent changes, 329 2, 106 | the first was under the Old Law; the second is that 330 2, 106 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Old Law corresponded not only 331 2, 106 | was foreshadowed in the Old Law. Hence Our ~Lord said ( 332 2, 107 | LAW AS COMPARED WITH THE OLD (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 333 2, 107 | Law as compared with the Old: under which ~head there 334 2, 107 | Law is distinct from the Old Law?~(2) Whether the New 335 2, 107 | the New Law fulfils the Old?~(3) Whether the New Law 336 2, 107 | Law is contained in the Old?~(4) Which is the more burdensome, 337 2, 107 | burdensome, the New or the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] 338 2, 107 | Law is distinct from the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] 339 2, 107 | is not distinct from the Old. ~Because both these laws 340 2, 107 | and love." But the New and Old Laws cannot be differentiated 341 2, 107 | two things: since even the Old Law comprised precepts of ~ 342 2, 107 | iv, 2), viz. that "the Old Testament contained temporal 343 2, 107 | brethren," etc.: while in the Old Testament they hoped in 344 2, 107 | is not distinct from the ~Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 345 2, 107 | both laws by calling ~the Old Law "a law of works," and 346 2, 107 | faith" (Rm. ~3:27). But the Old Law was also a law of faith, 347 2, 107 | says of the fathers of the Old Testament. In like manner 348 2, 107 | is not distinct from the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 349 2, 107 | distinct from that of the Old, ~as the Apostle shows in 350 2, 107 | is ~not distinct from the Old Law: because they both have 351 2, 107 | God of the New and ~of the Old Testament, according to 352 2, 107 | Law is distinct from the Old Law: ~because the Old Law 353 2, 107 | the Old Law: ~because the Old Law is like a pedagogue 354 2, 107 | a different state in the Old and in the New Law: since 355 2, 107 | differences assigned between the Old and New Laws ~are gathered 356 2, 107 | or the like. Hence the Old Law, which was given to 357 2, 107 | For this ~reason, too, the Old Law is described as "restraining 358 2, 107 | some in the state of the Old Testament who, ~having charity 359 2, 107 | Para. 3/3~But although the Old Law contained precepts of 360 2, 107 | latter things, as did the Old Law. As to those under the 361 2, 107 | Law. As to those under the Old ~Testament who through faith 362 2, 107 | the New Law fulfils the Old?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 363 2, 107 | Law does not fulfil the Old. Because ~to fulfil and 364 2, 107 | the ~observances of the Old Law: for the Apostle says ( 365 2, 107 | not a fulfilment of the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 366 2, 107 | contrary to precepts of ~the Old Law. For we read (Mt. 5: 367 2, 107 | it was said ~to them of old: . . . "Whosoever shall 368 2, 107 | with the precepts of the Old Law relating to the ~different 369 2, 107 | not a fulfilment of the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 370 2, 107 | not ~a fulfilment of the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 371 2, 107 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Old Law contained precepts, 372 2, 107 | complete fulfilment of the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 373 2, 107 | Law is compared to the ~Old as the perfect to the imperfect. 374 2, 107 | the New Law fulfils ~the Old by supplying that which 375 2, 107 | which was lacking in the Old Law. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] 376 2, 107 | consequently the end of the Old Law ~was the justification 377 2, 107 | the New Law fulfils the Old by justifying ~men through 378 2, 107 | the New Law gives what the Old Law promised, according 379 2, 107 | it also fulfils what the Old ~Law foreshadowed. Hence 380 2, 107 | of reality; whereas the Old Law ~is called the law of 381 2, 107 | fulfilled the precepts of the Old Law both in His works and ~ 382 2, 107 | with the statutes of the Old Law. Thus the Old ~Law forbade 383 2, 107 | of the Old Law. Thus the Old ~Law forbade perjury: and 384 2, 107 | all the precepts of the Old Law: "One thing is ~wanting 385 2, 107 | not void observance of the Old Law except ~in the point 386 2, 107 | contrary to the precepts of the Old Law. For what Our ~Lord 387 2, 107 | Law is contained in the Old?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 388 2, 107 | is not contained in the Old. ~Because the New Law consists 389 2, 107 | are not contained in the Old. Therefore the New Law is 390 2, 107 | is not ~contained in the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 391 2, 107 | is not ~contained in the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 392 2, 107 | Law is contained in the Old, it follows that whoever ~ 393 2, 107 | follows that whoever ~had the Old Law had the New: so that 394 2, 107 | Law when once they had the Old. Therefore the New Law is 395 2, 107 | is not contained in ~the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 396 2, 107 | New Testament within the Old," according to ~Gregory' 397 2, 107 | Law is contained in the Old: ~for it has been stated ( 398 2, 107 | New Law is compared to the Old as ~perfect to imperfect. 399 2, 107 | then ~the New Law is in the Old as the corn in the ear.~ 400 2, 107 | faith, is contained in the Old Testament as a matter ~of 401 2, 107 | Law is contained in ~the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 402 2, 107 | greater than ~those of the Old Law, in the point of their 403 2, 107 | are all contained in the Old. Hence Augustine says (Contra 404 2, 107 | greater than those of the Old. Nothing, however, ~prevents 405 2, 107 | after the publishing of the Old Law, a New Law also had ~ 406 2, 107 | more burdensome than the Old?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 407 2, 107 | more burdensome than the Old. ~For Chrysostom (Opus Imp. 408 2, 107 | more burdensome than the ~Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 409 2, 107 | tribulations. But in the Old Testament observance of 410 2, 107 | more burdensome than the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 411 2, 107 | is something added to the Old. For the Old Law forbade 412 2, 107 | added to the Old. For the Old Law forbade perjury, while 413 2, 107 | proscribed even swearing: the Old Law forbade a man to cast 414 2, 107 | more burdensome than the ~Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 415 2, 107 | lighter burden than the Old.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 416 2, 107 | And in this respect the Old Law is a much heavier burden 417 2, 107 | than ~the New: since the Old Law by its numerous ceremonies 418 2, 107 | burdensome ~than those of the Old; because the New Law prohibits 419 2, 107 | expressly forbidden in the Old Law ~in all cases, although 420 2, 107 | additions to the precepts of the Old ~Law was to render it easier 421 2, 108 | difference between the New and Old Laws that the "Old Law restrains ~ 422 2, 108 | New and Old Laws that the "Old Law restrains ~the hand, 423 2, 108 | Reply OBJ[2]]: since the Old Law decided many ~points 424 2, 108 | forth explicitly in the Old ~Law; for instance, belief 425 2, 108 | which were not fixed in the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 426 2, 108 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, in the Old Law not only were sacraments 427 2, 108 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the Old Law, just as there were 428 2, 108 | of ~the ceremonial of the Old Law (Q[101], A[4]; Q[102], 429 2, 108 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, in the Old Law, besides moral and ceremonial 430 2, 108 | also formed part of the Old Law. Hence, in this respect, 431 2, 108 | long as the state of the Old Law endured and the people 432 2, 108 | judicial precepts of the Old Law, some of them ~He explained, 433 2, 108 | judicial precepts of the Old Law, as stated above (Q[ 434 2, 108 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, in the Old Law, besides moral and judicial, 435 2, 108 | certain things which the Old ~Law commanded to be done 436 2, 108 | commandments, and not in ~the Old Law, which is the law of 437 2, 112 | New Law and those of the Old, that the sacraments of 438 2, 112 | whereas the sacraments of the Old Law merely signify it. Now 439 2, 114 | goods were promised in the Old Law as the reward of justice, 440 2, 1 | apostles, so too, in the Old Testament, the knowledge 441 2, 1 | compares the state of the Old Testament to childhood.~ 442 2, 1 | above ~(A[9]). Now, in the Old Testament, the articles 443 2, 2 | we believe that no man, old or young is delivered from ~ 444 2, 2 | On the contrary, In the Old Testament the Trinity of 445 2, 4 | as past, the fathers of old confessed as yet to come, 446 2, 10 | since they believe in the Old Testament as being from 447 2, 10 | figure of that faith ~in the Old Law, which they corrupt 448 2, 10 | their rites, which, of old, foreshadowed the truth 449 2, 10 | children of the fathers of old that they ~were saved in 450 2, 13 | Christ was born, and those of old believed that He would be ~ 451 2, 15 | Para. 1/1~Whether in the Old Law there should have been 452 2, 15 | would seem that, in the Old Law, there should have been 453 2, 15 | Testament is contained in the Old, as the ~reality in the 454 2, 15 | to have been given in the Old Law also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 455 2, 15 | opposite vices. Now the Old Law contained many precepts ~ 456 2, 15 | should have been given in the Old Law ~also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 457 2, 15 | above (Q[3], ~A[1]). Now the Old Law contained precepts about 458 2, 15 | to faith. Therefore the Old Law should ~have contained 459 2, 15 | Further, all the books of the Old Testament are contained 460 2, 15 | Testament are contained in the ~Old Law; wherefore Our Lord 461 2, 15 | believe Him." Therefore the Old Law should have contained 462 2, 15 | Apostle (Rm. 3:27) calls the Old Law the "law of ~works" 463 2, 15 | of faith." Therefore the Old Law ~ought not to have contained 464 2, 15 | precepts of faith. ~In the Old Law, however, the secret 465 2, 15 | faith were given in the Old Law.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] 466 2, 15 | had to be given in the ~Old Law, so that men might be 467 2, 15 | God by faith: so that the Old Law could ~contain precepts 468 2, 15 | fittingly set down in the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] 469 2, 15 | unfittingly set down in the Old Law. For knowledge and ~ 470 2, 15 | teaches another. Now the Old Law contains precepts ~about 471 2, 25 | Ecclus. 9:14: "Forsake not an old friend, ~for the new will 472 2, 28 | This also explains why the old and the wise who consider 473 2, 34 | says (Rhet. ii) that the ~old envy the young, and those 474 2, 34 | is done, the venom of our old enemy is infused ~into the 475 2, 37 | wars were raised therein of old']." Now ~sometimes a more 476 2, 38 | spiritual helps. Thus in the Old ~Testament (Joshua 6:4) 477 2, 45 | Prudence is rather in the old, not only because their ~ 478 2, 47 | by ~others, especially by old folk who have acquired a 479 2, 47 | the ancients" (i.e. the old men), "that are wise, and 480 2, 54 | the other lessons of the Old Testament are directed to ~ 481 2, 54 | the other lessons of the Old Testament include precepts 482 2, 54 | rest of the teaching of the Old Testament is ~directed to 483 2, 54 | subsequent lessons of the Old Testament about the ~act 484 2, 54 | fittingly propounded in the Old Law?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[56] 485 2, 54 | unfittingly propounded in the Old Law. For ~such vices as 486 2, 58 | says (Rhet. ii, 13) that "old people are very suspicious, 487 2, 61 | persons, since sometimes old men are not virtuous; according ~ 488 2, 61 | should be honored, because old age is a sign of virtue, ~ 489 2, 61 | Wis. 4:8,9, ~"venerable old age is not that of long 490 2, 61 | and a spotless life ~is old age." The rich ought to 491 2, 62 | Priests or Levites of the Old ~Testament were the ministers 492 2, 62 | were the ministers of the Old Law, which appointed corporal ~ 493 2, 81 | signify this that under the old Law incense was said to 494 2, 82 | adored in the New as in the Old ~Testament. Now in the Old 495 2, 82 | Old ~Testament. Now in the Old Testament they adored towards 496 2, 83 | those under the New or the Old Law, ~as for those who were 497 2, 84 | ceremonial precepts of the Old Law, as stated above (FS, 498 2, 84 | ceremonial precepts of ~the Old Law, since it is written ( 499 2, 84 | Holy Church: because in the Old ~Testament the Lord forbade 500 2, 84 | acquired or possessed. In the Old ~Law, however, wherein the


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