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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | divided into the Old and the New Law. ~But law implies a 2 1, 1 | Old Law is a figure of the New Law, and Dionysius says ~( 3 1, 1 | says ~(Coel. Hier. i) "the New Law itself is a figure of 4 1, 1 | future glory." Again, ~in the New Law, whatever our Head has 5 1, 1 | signify the things of ~the New Law, there is the allegorical 6 1, 9 | cannot acquire anything ~new, nor extend Himself to anything 7 1, 12 | the mundane bodies of the new heaven ~and the new earth, 8 1, 12 | the new heaven ~and the new earth, as to see most clearly 9 1, 24 | 4:32) - i.e. the Old and New Testament according to a 10 1, 24 | done; and thus the Old and New ~Testament are called a 11 1, 29 | expressed to us in the Old or New Testament. Therefore "person" 12 1, 29 | Scripture, either in the Old or New Testament, nevertheless 13 1, 29 | original language of the Old or New Testament. The ~urgency 14 1, 29 | made it necessary to find new words to ~express the ancient 15 1, 36 | be described as making a new ~symbol of faith; but what 16 1, 43 | sender, and as ~meaning a new way of existing in another; 17 1, 43 | creature, or exist in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: 18 1, 43 | the rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying 19 1, 43 | this person dwells in a new way within him and ~that 20 1, 43 | Further, the Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it 21 1, 43 | he was before, ~but in a new way, in which sense mission 22 1, 43 | in the performance of a new act, or in the acquisition 23 1, 43 | in the acquisition of a ~new state of grace; as, for 24 1, 43 | in the sacraments of the New ~Law, as the form of a thing 25 1, 43 | mission, whether in the New or in the Old ~Testament, 26 1, 43 | sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein certain 27 1, 46 | Therefore before every new ~movement there was a previous 28 1, 46 | remains ~that before every new movement, there was a previous 29 1, 56 | which is amended ~in the new one, and runs thus: "furthermore 30 1, 56 | Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, 31 1, 56 | means that He would add a new intelligible ~species to 32 1, 66 | world which is to be made new. Now the ~spiritual glory 33 1, 67 | matter would ~receive a new form. But unless we are 34 1, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the new moon cannot be said "to 35 1, 70 | begin to count from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, 36 1, 73 | beings, and even of certain new species that are frequently 37 1, 73 | Also, God ~creates daily new souls. Again, the work of 38 1, 73 | of the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which it is said ( 39 1, 73 | The Lord hath created a new ~thing upon the earth." 40 1, 73 | earth." Miracles also are new works, of which it is said ~( 41 1, 73 | Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, all ~ 42 1, 73 | all ~things will be made new when the Saints are glorified, 43 1, 73 | Behold I make all things ~new." Therefore the completion 44 1, 73 | seventh day, not by creating new ~creatures, but by directing 45 1, 73 | OBJ 3: Nothing entirely new was afterwards made by God, 46 1, 73 | Species, also, that are new, if any such appear, existed 47 1, 73 | animals, and perhaps even new species ~of animals, are 48 1, 73 | beginning. Again, animals of new kinds arise ~occasionally 49 1, 73 | Nothing ~under the sun is new, for it hath already gone 50 1, 73 | He ceased from creating new creatures on that day, for, 51 1, 73 | but not by the making of new ones.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] 52 1, 73 | but to ~the production of new creatures, and to the desire 53 1, 73 | He ceased from producing new ~works, though He still 54 1, 74 | on the seventh day upon a new ~state, in that nothing 55 1, 74 | state, in that nothing new was to be added to it, and 56 1, 74 | day God ceased from all new works. If, ~then, the seventh 57 1, 74 | day God ceased from making new things, but ~not from providing 58 1, 43 | sender, and as ~meaning a new way of existing in another; 59 1, 43 | creature, or exist in it in a new mode, ~is temporal.~Aquin.: 60 1, 43 | the rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying 61 1, 43 | this person dwells in a new way within him and ~that 62 1, 43 | Further, the Sacraments of the New Law contain grace, and it 63 1, 43 | he was before, ~but in a new way, in which sense mission 64 1, 43 | in the performance of a new act, or in the acquisition 65 1, 43 | in the acquisition of a ~new state of grace; as, for 66 1, 43 | in the sacraments of the New ~Law, as the form of a thing 67 1, 43 | mission, whether in the New or in the Old ~Testament, 68 1, 43 | sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein certain 69 1, 47 | Therefore before every new ~movement there was a previous 70 1, 47 | remains ~that before every new movement, there was a previous 71 1, 57 | which is amended ~in the new one, and runs thus: "furthermore 72 1, 57 | Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, 73 1, 57 | means that He would add a new intelligible ~species to 74 1, 67 | world which is to be made new. Now the ~spiritual glory 75 1, 68 | matter would ~receive a new form. But unless we are 76 1, 71 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the new moon cannot be said "to 77 1, 71 | begin to count from the new ~moon. The moon, therefore, 78 1, 72 | beings, and even of certain new species that are frequently 79 1, 72 | Also, God ~creates daily new souls. Again, the work of 80 1, 72 | of the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which it is said ( 81 1, 72 | The Lord hath created a new ~thing upon the earth." 82 1, 72 | earth." Miracles also are new works, of which it is said ~( 83 1, 72 | Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." Moreover, all ~ 84 1, 72 | all ~things will be made new when the Saints are glorified, 85 1, 72 | Behold I make all things ~new." Therefore the completion 86 1, 72 | seventh day, not by creating new ~creatures, but by directing 87 1, 72 | OBJ 3: Nothing entirely new was afterwards made by God, 88 1, 72 | Species, also, that are new, if any such appear, existed 89 1, 72 | animals, and perhaps even new species ~of animals, are 90 1, 72 | beginning. Again, animals of new kinds arise ~occasionally 91 1, 72 | Nothing ~under the sun is new, for it hath already gone 92 1, 72 | He ceased from creating new creatures on that day, for, 93 1, 72 | but not by the making of new ones.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[73] 94 1, 72 | but to ~the production of new creatures, and to the desire 95 1, 72 | He ceased from producing new ~works, though He still 96 1, 73 | on the seventh day upon a new ~state, in that nothing 97 1, 73 | state, in that nothing new was to be added to it, and 98 1, 73 | day God ceased from all new works. If, ~then, the seventh 99 1, 73 | day God ceased from making new things, but ~not from providing 100 1, 92 | your mind, and put on the new man." Whence we are given 101 1, 92 | consists in putting on the new man, ~belongs to the mind. 102 1, 92 | 3:10): "Putting on the new" man; ~"him who is renewed 103 1, 92 | consists in putting on the ~new man is ascribed to the image 104 1, 103 | nor does it add anything new to the creature; ~because 105 1, 103 | continually adding something new to the creature; either 106 1, 103 | the latter acquiring a new form, or disposition, except 107 1, 105 | Till the Judgment Day some new things are always being ~ 108 1, 106 | they have to perform ~any new work, concerning which they 109 1, 107 | middle terms not only in the ~new acquisition of knowledge, 110 1, 111 | origin; and begins to be in a new way, by ~grace or by the 111 1, 111 | show the excellence of the new over the old law. ~Hence 112 1, 116 | distance: in the same way as a new and clear mirror contracts 113 1, 117 | not be true if He created new ~souls every day. Therefore 114 1, 117 | from ~the creation of any new genera and species, which 115 2, 6 | proves that in animals ~no new movement arises that is 116 2, 6 | But ~all human acts are new, since none is eternal. 117 2, 6 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: New movements in animals are 118 2, 18 | or worse, constitutes a new species of good or ~evil.~ 119 2, 18 | such circumstance adds a new species of ~sin. And for 120 2, 18 | goodness, ~seems to add a new species of goodness: just 121 2, 18 | added to a ~number makes a new species of number; since 122 2, 18 | Consequently it does not add a new species, but adds to the 123 2, 32 | wonderer learns something new, i.e. that the cause is 124 2, 32 | intensely in things that are new," as stated in ~Ethic. x, 125 2, 37 | order to learn anything new, we ~require study and effort 126 2, 51 | kind of ~health, but give new strength to the health he 127 2, 52 | in the subject, but not a new form. But it causes the 128 2, 52 | hence the agent causes a new form in ~the subject. But 129 2, 88 | circumstance constitutes a new species of sin known as 130 2, 88 | action does not acquire a new species ~through being repeated 131 2, 91 | namely the Old Law and the New Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] 132 2, 91 | is divided into Old and New. ~Hence the Apostle (Gal. 133 2, 91 | but the state under the New ~Law, to that of a full 134 2, 91 | man is ordained by the New Law. Wherefore, at the very 135 2, 91 | eternal life belongs to the New Testament."~Aquin.: SMT 136 2, 91 | A[4]): wherein also the New Law surpasses the Old ~Law, 137 2, 91 | restrains the hand, but the New Law controls the mind" ( 138 2, 91 | fear of punishment: but the New ~Law, by love, which is 139 2, 91 | Christ, ~bestowed in the New Law, but foreshadowed in 140 2, 93 | 4) The old law; (5) The new law, ~which is the law of 141 2, 96 | and (Mt. 9:17) that if "new wine," i.e. precepts of ~ 142 2, 97 | benefit conferred by the new enactment; or from ~the 143 2, 97 | that "in establishing new laws, there should be evidence 144 2, 98 | the perfect law of the ~New Testament should be given 145 2, 98 | proves the excellence of the New Law over the Old; ~because 146 2, 98 | the Old; ~because in the New Testament "God . . . hath 147 2, 101 | they do not ~remain in the New Law. Nor are they judicial 148 2, 101 | festival day, or of the ~new moon, or of the sabbaths, 149 2, 101 | manifestation. But under the New Law ~this way is already 150 2, 101 | the image belongs to the New Law, but the ~shadow to 151 2, 101 | Law was ordained to the New. But in the New Law ~the 152 2, 101 | ordained to the New. But in the New Law ~the sacrifice is the 153 2, 101 | and sacred things of the New Law; while ~their observances 154 2, 101 | of the people under the ~New Law: all of which things 155 2, 101 | 2: The sacrifice of the New Law, viz. the Eucharist, 156 2, 102 | reasonable decrees of the New Law. Therefore there was 157 2, 102 | hand, the decrees of the New Law, which refer chiefly 158 2, 102 | evident in regard to the New ~Law. Therefore it seems 159 2, 102 | betokens the state of the New Law. Hence the Jews alone 160 2, 102 | But the worship of the New Law, in the sacrifice whereof ~ 161 2, 102 | temples is permitted in the ~New Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] 162 2, 102 | the spiritual state of the New Law to come. To the ~latter 163 2, 102 | were subsequently in the New ~Testament (cf. Eph. 3:5).~ 164 2, 102 | Another ~solemnity, viz. the "New Moon," was repeated every 165 2, 102 | this feast was kept at the new moon: and not at the full ~ 166 2, 102 | is the beginning of the ~new moon, signified the enlightening 167 2, 102 | of the ~sacraments of the New Law. Now the Paschal lamb 168 2, 102 | other sacraments of the New Law, such as ~Confirmation, 169 2, 102 | of the sacraments of the New Law had corresponding ~figurative 170 2, 102 | Him in Baptism." In the New Law the sacrament ~of the 171 2, 102 | sacrament of Penance in the New Law corresponds to all the 172 2, 103 | as the sacraments of the New Law contain. Consequently 173 2, 103 | festival day, or of the ~new moon, or of the sabbaths, 174 2, 103 | Heb. 8:13): "In saying a new (testament), he hath made 175 2, 103 | Such is the state of the New Law. The third state ~is 176 2, 103 | recalls the beginning of the ~new creature in the Resurrection 177 2, 103 | Old Law are supplanted by new solemnities: because the ~ 178 2, 103 | spirit: the feast of the New Moon, to Lady Day, when 179 2, 105 | a man that had ~built a new house, or who had planted 180 2, 105 | OBJ 5: The builder of a new house, the planter of a 181 2, 106 | OF THE GOSPEL, CALLED THE NEW LAW, CONSIDERED IN ITSELF ( 182 2, 106 | Gospel which ~is called the New Law: and in the first place 183 2, 106 | that are contained in the New Law. Under the first head ~ 184 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law is a written law?~Aquin.: 185 2, 106 | It would seem that the New Law is a written law. For 186 2, 106 | is a written law. For the New Law ~is just the same as 187 2, 106 | believe." ~Therefore the New Law is a written law.~Aquin.: 188 2, 106 | are in the ~state of the New Testament. But the law that 189 2, 106 | to those who are in the New Testament and to those who 190 2, 106 | prophets." Therefore the New Law is not instilled in 191 2, 106 | 1/1~On the contrary, The New Law is the law of the New 192 2, 106 | New Law is the law of the New Testament. But the ~law 193 2, 106 | Testament. But the ~law of the New Testament is instilled in 194 2, 106 | unto the ~house of Judah, a new testament," says, explaining 195 2, 106 | write them." Therefore the New Law is instilled ~in our 196 2, 106 | preponderant in the law of the New Testament, and whereon all 197 2, 106 | Christ. Consequently the New Law is chiefly the grace 198 2, 106 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless the New Law contains certain things 199 2, 106 | importance, so to speak, in the New ~Law; and the faithful need 200 2, 106 | Consequently we must say that the New Law is in the first ~place 201 2, 106 | which the writings of the New Testament exhort men in 202 2, 106 | of grace. In this way the New ~Law is instilled into man, 203 2, 106 | Christ man ~belongs to the New Testament. Consequently 204 2, 106 | into them belonged to the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT FS 205 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law justifies?~Aquin.: SMT 206 2, 106 | It would seem that the New Law does not justify. For 207 2, 106 | the Gospel." Therefore the New Law does not ~justify.~Aquin.: 208 2, 106 | But much more did the New Law ~increase transgression: 209 2, 106 | after the giving of the New Law ~deserves greater punishment, 210 2, 106 | God," etc.? Therefore the New Law, ~like the Old Law, 211 2, 106 | was from God just as the ~New Law. Therefore the New Law 212 2, 106 | New Law. Therefore the New Law does not justify any 213 2, 106 | inwardly. And as to this, the New Law justifies. Hence ~Augustine 214 2, 106 | afraid"; "here," i.e. in the New Testament, "it is given 215 2, 106 | actions. And as to ~this, the New Law does not justify. Hence 216 2, 106 | argument holds true of the New Law, not as to its ~principal, 217 2, 106 | Although the grace of the New Testament helps man to avoid ~ 218 2, 106 | receiving the ~grace of the New Testament, he deserves greater 219 2, 106 | him. ~And this is why the New Law is not said to "work 220 2, 106 | The same God gave both the New and the Old Law, but in ~ 221 2, 106 | stone: ~whereas He gave the New Law written "in the fleshly 222 2, 106 | letter, i.e. the Law of the New Testament, the ~ministration 223 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law should have been given 224 2, 106 | It would seem that the New Law should have been given 225 2, 106 | 1:26-29). Therefore the New Law also, which is ~very 226 2, 106 | which is natural." But the New Law is highly ~spiritual. 227 2, 106 | was not fitting for ~the New Law to be given from the 228 2, 106 | The first is ~because the New Law, as stated above (A[ 229 2, 106 | from the perfection of the New Law. Because ~a thing is 230 2, 106 | found in the fact that the New Law is the law of ~grace: 231 2, 106 | succession of time. Hence the New Law avails ~for all places, 232 2, 106 | persons belonging to the New Testament, as stated above ( 233 2, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law will last till the end 234 2, 106 | It would seem that the New Law will not last until 235 2, 106 | be done away." But the ~New Law is "in part," since 236 2, 106 | in part." Therefore the New Law is to be done away, ~ 237 2, 106 | truth in the state of the New Testament. ~Therefore we 238 2, 106 | Son: viz. the state of the New Law, wherein the clergy 239 2, 106 | succeed ~this state of the New Law. Because the state of 240 2, 106 | Because the state of the New Law succeeded the ~state 241 2, 106 | perfect that the state of the New ~Law: since nothing can 242 2, 106 | to the last end. But the New Law ~does this: wherefore 243 2, 106 | the blood of ~Christ, a new . . . way which He hath 244 2, 106 | perfect than ~that of the New Law, since the nearer a 245 2, 106 | too, the state of the New Law is subject to change 246 2, 106 | the second is that of ~the New Law; the third will take 247 2, 106 | Me." In like manner the New Law ~corresponds not only 248 2, 107 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE NEW LAW AS COMPARED WITH THE 249 2, 107 | We must now consider the New Law as compared with the 250 2, 107 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the New Law is distinct from the 251 2, 107 | Old Law?~(2) Whether the New Law fulfils the Old?~(3) 252 2, 107 | the Old?~(3) Whether the New Law is contained in the 253 2, 107 | the more burdensome, the New or the Old Law?~Aquin.: 254 2, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law is distinct from the 255 2, 107 | It would seem that the New Law is not distinct from 256 2, 107 | fear ~and love." But the New and Old Laws cannot be differentiated 257 2, 107 | temporal promises, whereas ~the New Testament contains spiritual 258 2, 107 | promises": since even ~the New Testament contains temporal 259 2, 107 | Therefore it seems that the New Law is not distinct from 260 2, 107 | a law of works," and the New Law "a law of faith" (Rm. ~ 261 2, 107 | Testament. In like manner the New ~Law is a law of works: 262 2, 107 | commemoration of Me." ~Therefore the New Law is not distinct from 263 2, 107 | But the priesthood of the New Testament is distinct from 264 2, 107 | according to the first way, the New Law is ~not distinct from 265 2, 107 | there is but one God of the New and ~of the Old Testament, 266 2, 107 | According to the second way, the New Law is distinct from the 267 2, 107 | Gal. 3:24), whereas the New Law is the law of perfection, 268 2, 107 | state in the Old and in the New Law: since what ~they believed 269 2, 107 | assigned between the Old and New Laws ~are gathered from 270 2, 107 | punishment or reward. Hence the New Law which derives ~its pre-eminence 271 2, 107 | righteousness: and hence the New Law, which is the Law of 272 2, 107 | respect they belonged to the ~New Law. In like manner in the 273 2, 107 | Law. In like manner in the New Testament there are some 274 2, 107 | to the perfection of the New Law; and these it ~was necessary, 275 2, 107 | necessary, even under the New Testament, to lead to virtuous 276 2, 107 | above (Q[106], AA[1],2), the New Law is called ~the law of 277 2, 107 | and sacramental: but the New Law does not consist chiefly ~ 278 2, 107 | respect they ~belonged to the New Testament: for they were 279 2, 107 | Who is the Author of the New Testament. Hence of Moses ~ 280 2, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law fulfils the Old?~Aquin.: 281 2, 107 | It would seem that the New Law does not fulfil the 282 2, 107 | void are contrary. But the New Law voids or excludes the ~ 283 2, 107 | nothing." Therefore the New Law is ~not a fulfilment 284 2, 107 | Lord propounded in the New Law precepts that were contrary 285 2, 107 | defileth a ~man." Therefore the New Law is not a fulfilment 286 2, 107 | fulfil the Law: and so the New Law given by Christ is not ~ 287 2, 107 | Therefore it seems that the New Law is not a ~complete fulfilment 288 2, 107 | stated above (A[1]), the New Law is compared to the ~ 289 2, 107 | imperfect. And accordingly the New Law fulfils ~the Old by 290 2, 107 | And in this respect, the New Law fulfils the Old by justifying ~ 291 2, 107 | And in this ~respect, the New Law gives what the Old Law 292 2, 107 | in Christ. ~Wherefore the New Law is called the law of 293 2, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The New Law does not void observance 294 2, 107 | this remains still in the New Law.~~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] 295 2, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law is contained in the 296 2, 107 | It would seem that the New Law is not contained in 297 2, 107 | in the Old. ~Because the New Law consists chiefly in 298 2, 107 | faith are set forth in the ~New Law, which are not contained 299 2, 107 | in the Old. Therefore the New Law is not ~contained in 300 2, 107 | the lesser. Therefore the New Law is not ~contained in 301 2, 107 | contents. If, ~therefore, the New Law is contained in the 302 2, 107 | had the Old Law had the New: so that it was superfluous 303 2, 107 | superfluous to give men a New ~Law when once they had 304 2, 107 | had the Old. Therefore the New Law is not contained in ~ 305 2, 107 | midst of a wheel," i.e. "the New Testament within the Old," 306 2, 107 | is in this way that the New Law is contained in the 307 2, 107 | been stated (A[1]) that the New Law is compared to the Old 308 2, 107 | Gospel." Hence then ~the New Law is in the Old as the 309 2, 107 | Whatsoever is set down in the New Testament explicitly and ~ 310 2, 107 | are bound to believe, the New Law is contained in ~the 311 2, 107 | OBJ 2: The precepts of the New Law are said to be greater 312 2, 107 | itself of the precepts of the New Testament, they ~are all 313 2, 107 | that the precepts of the ~New Law are said to be greater 314 2, 107 | publishing of the Old Law, a New Law also had ~to be given.~ 315 2, 107 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law is more burdensome than 316 2, 107 | It would seem that the New Law is more burdensome than 317 2, 107 | to lust." Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than 318 2, 107 | to those who observe the New Law, as ~stated in 2 Cor. 319 2, 107 | distresses," ~etc. Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than 320 2, 107 | difficult it is. But the New Law ~is something added 321 2, 107 | forbade perjury, while the ~New Law proscribed even swearing: 322 2, 107 | bill of divorce, while the New Law forbade divorce ~altogether; 323 2, 107 | expounding. Therefore the New Law is more burdensome than 324 2, 107 | burden ~light." Therefore the New Law is a lighter burden 325 2, 107 | heavier burden than ~the New: since the Old Law by its 326 2, 107 | more outward acts than the New Law, which, in the teaching 327 2, 107 | respect the precepts of the New Law are more burdensome ~ 328 2, 107 | of the Old; because the New Law prohibits certain interior ~ 329 2, 107 | of the difficulty of ~the New Law as to the deliberate 330 2, 107 | by those who observe the New Law ~are not imposed by 331 2, 107 | does not ~prove that the New Law is more burdensome, 332 2, 108 | THAT ARE CONTAINED IN THE NEW LAW (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 333 2, 108 | that are contained in the New Law: ~under which head there 334 2, 108 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the New Law ought to prescribe or 335 2, 108 | works?~(2) Whether the New Law makes sufficient provision 336 2, 108 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law ought to prescribe or 337 2, 108 | It would seem that the New Law should not prescribe 338 2, 108 | any external acts. For the New Law is the Gospel of the 339 2, 108 | Holy Ghost." Therefore the New Law ~should not prescribe 340 2, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the New Law is "the law of the Spirit" ( 341 2, 108 | external ~acts. Therefore the New Law does not prescribe or 342 2, 108 | the difference between the New and Old Laws that the "Old 343 2, 108 | restrains ~the hand, whereas the New Law curbs the will" [*Peter 344 2, 108 | D, 40]. Therefore the New Law should not contain prohibitions 345 2, 108 | the contrary, Through the New Law, men are made "children 346 2, 108 | the light." Therefore the New Law had to forbid ~certain 347 2, 108 | above (Q[106], AA[1],2), the New Law consists ~chiefly in 348 2, 108 | which are instituted in the New Law, e.g. Baptism, the ~ 349 2, 108 | prescribed or forbidden in the New Law; thus confession of ~ 350 2, 108 | prescribed or forbidden in the ~New Law, by virtue of its primitive 351 2, 108 | Para. 2/2~Accordingly the New Law is called the law of 352 2, 108 | these two ~reasons that the New Law is called "the law of 353 2, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The New Law, by restraining the 354 2, 108 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law made sufficient ordinations 355 2, 108 | It would seem that the New Law made insufficient ordinations ~ 356 2, 108 | chiefly to belong to the New Law, according to Gal. 5: 357 2, 108 | through charity." But the New Law declared explicitly ~ 358 2, 108 | 102], A[4]). ~But in the New Law, although certain sacraments 359 2, 108 | particular feast. ~Therefore the New Law made insufficient ordinations 360 2, 108 | 102], A[6]). Now in the ~New Law certain observances 361 2, 108 | have been instituted in the New Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 362 2, 108 | judicial precepts. But in the New Law there are no ~judicial 363 2, 108 | precepts. Therefore the New Law made insufficient ordinations ~ 364 2, 108 | stated above (A[1]), the New Law had to make such ~prescriptions 365 2, 108 | of the ministers ~of the New Law, by the institution 366 2, 108 | are the sacraments of the New Law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 367 2, 108 | Hence, in this respect, the New Law had ~nothing to add 368 2, 108 | under a precept of the ~New Law, but are left to the 369 2, 108 | Para. 3/3~Accordingly the New Law had no other external 370 2, 108 | In the sacraments of the New Law grace is bestowed, which ~ 371 2, 108 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the New Law directed man sufficiently 372 2, 108 | It would seem that the New Law directed man insufficiently 373 2, 108 | and consequently that the New Law directed man ~insufficiently 374 2, 108 | retained their force under ~the New Law, because they are of 375 2, 108 | fittingly proposed in the New Law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[108] 376 2, 108 | fittingly ~proposed in the New Law. For counsels are given 377 2, 108 | unfittingly given in the New Law: both because ~they 378 2, 108 | given. Consequently in the New Law, which ~is the law of 379 2, 108 | the commandments of the New Law to have been given about 380 2, 108 | bliss, to which end the New Law ~brings us forthwith: 381 2, 109 | But ~he does not need a new light added to his natural 382 2, 110 | hence it is ~called a "new creature"(Gal. 6:15).~Aquin.: 383 2, 110 | to it, i.e. are given ~a new being out of nothing, i.e. 384 2, 112 | between the sacraments of the ~New Law and those of the Old, 385 2, 112 | that the sacraments of the New Law cause ~grace, whereas 386 2, 112 | Now the ~sacraments of the New Law are certain visible 387 2, 112 | in the sacraments of the New Law, which are derived from 388 2, 112 | compared, which is called "a new creature" (Gal. 6:15). ~ 389 2, 1 | a symbol of faith. For a new edition of the symbol becomes ~ 390 2, 1 | ceased with the advent of the New Law, there is no need ~for 391 2, 1 | Sovereign Pontiff to draw up a ~new edition of the symbol.~Aquin.: 392 2, 1 | universal Church, to make a new edition of the symbol. ~ 393 2, 1 | no authority to publish a new edition of the symbol.~Aquin.: 394 2, 1 | other bishops, to publish a new edition of the symbol.~Aquin.: 395 2, 1 | stated above (OBJ 1), a new edition of the symbol ~becomes 396 2, 1 | Consequently to publish a new edition of the symbol belongs 397 2, 1 | Sovereign Pontiff to publish a new edition of the symbol, as 398 2, 1 | the power of drawing up a new edition of the symbol, ~ 399 2, 1 | containing not indeed a new faith, but the same faith 400 2, 4 | after having living faith, a new habit of lifeless faith 401 2, 10 | since they venerate the New Testament. ~Therefore they 402 2, 11 | devises or follows false and new opinions, ~for the sake 403 2, 11 | devises or follows false or new opinions. Therefore heresy 404 2, 15 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the New Testament is contained in 405 2, 15 | Q[107], A[3]). Now the New ~Testament contains explicit 406 2, 15 | belongs to the faith of the New ~Testament, wherefore He 407 2, 15 | commanded more notably in the New ~Testament, both in the 408 2, 25 | an old friend, ~for the new will not be like to him."~ 409 2, 37 | 16:30): "If the Lord do a new ~thing, and the earth opening 410 2, 62 | 1 ~Mach. 2); and, in the New Testament, Peter killed 411 2, 62 | with the ministry of the New Law, wherein ~no punishment 412 2, 62 | fitting ~ministers of the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT SS 413 2, 82 | same God is adored in the New as in the Old ~Testament. 414 2, 83 | same for those under the New or the Old Law, ~as for 415 2, 84 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Under the New Law men are not bound to 416 2, 84 | to offer them. But in the New Law all God's creatures 417 2, 84 | uncleanness, and in the New Law, on ~account of scandal, 418 2, 84 | prohibition ceased under the New Law.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] 419 2, 84 | reasons avail still in the ~New Law, but when they do not 420 2, 84 | not to be observed in the New Law. ~Neither therefore 421 2, 84 | definite. But ~neither in the New Law nor in the Old do we 422 2, 84 | divine command; but in the New Law it is fixed by the ~ 423 2, 85 | precepts at the time of the New Law, whereas there ~is no 424 2, 85 | manner during the time of the New Law the authority of the 425 2, 85 | lest ~the people of the New Law should give less to 426 2, 85 | to the ministers of the New ~Testament than did the 427 2, 85 | Testament; for the people of the New Law are under greater obligations, ~ 428 2, 85 | moreover, the ministers of the New Testament are of greater 429 2, 85 | sacrifices, has no place in the New Law, since the legal ~victims 430 2, 85 | poor, is increased in the New Law, for our Lord commanded 431 2, 85 | hand ~the people of the New Law are spread abroad throughout 432 2, 85 | Moreover the ministers of the New Law are ~more strictly forbidden 433 2, 85 | business." Wherefore in the New Law men are bound to ~pay 434 2, 85 | Num. 18:23,24. But in ~the New Testament the clergy have 435 2, 85 | the sons of Levi in the New Testament. Therefore tithes 436 2, 85 | of the poor. But in the New Law ~the tithes are given 437 2, 85 | Paschal II] says: "It is a ~new form of exaction when the 438 2, 86 | but the ~embracing of a new state, as we have said above. 439 2, 87 | evil result through some new and ~unforeseen emergency. 440 2, 89 | strings. Sing ~to Him a new canticle." But the Church 441 2, 91 | way, at the time of the New Law, the ~mysteries of Christ 442 2, 93 | 1/3~Reply OBJ 3: In the New Law man's mind is restrained 443 2, 93 | temporal things: wherefore the New Law contains no institution 444 2, 93 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/3~In the New Testament, however, there 445 2, 93 | R.O. 3 Para. 3/3~In the New Testament, however, there 446 2, 93 | both in the Old ~and in the New Testament we find holy men 447 2, 94 | devils, they shall speak with new tongues, they shall ~take 448 2, 96 | certain church, and afterwards new statutes are made. ~Therefore 449 2, 98 | that, The sacraments of the New Law are of all things most ~ 450 2, 102 | Law was a figure of the New Testament, and ~therefore 451 2, 106 | of servile fear. But the New Law is not a law of fear, 452 2, 106 | Therefore at least in ~the New Testament all vengeance 453 2, 120 | observed also ~under the New Law. Yet in the New Law 454 2, 120 | the New Law. Yet in the New Law this precept is not 455 2, 120 | day in their feasts of the new ~moon." It is not, however, 456 2, 120 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: In the New Law the observance of the 457 2, 120 | forth. And again in the New Law, dispensation is more 458 2, 130 | And yet this is ~nothing new, for it is an established 459 2, 138 | the Divine Law. For the New Law is more perfect than 460 2, 138 | should have been given in the New Law also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 461 2, 138 | while the ~promises of the New Testament are spiritual 462 2, 138 | earthly possession. But in the New Testament men were to be ~ 463 2, 138 | to be given even in the New ~Law, that they might bravely 464 2, 145 | Further, it is unlawful in the New Law to observe the ceremonies ~ 465 2, 145 | loaves, which signify the New Testament year as Jerome 466 2, 145 | meal. For the state of the New Law is more perfect than 467 2, 145 | more therefore under the New ~Testament should the fast 468 2, 145 | while the state of the New Testament is compared to 469 2, 145 | until night, but not in the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT SS 470 2, 150 | 14:3) that they sing "a new canticle," which "no" ~other " 471 2, 150 | imitation of ~the mind. The "new hymn" which virgins alone 472 2, 171 | in prophetic revelation, new species of things are impressed 473 2, 171 | prophet's mind, or merely a new light?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 474 2, 171 | prophetic revelation no new species of ~things are impressed 475 2, 171 | prophet's mind, but only a new light. For a ~gloss of Jerome 476 2, 171 | inoperative. Therefore no new species are ~impressed on 477 2, 171 | prophetic revelation no new species of things are impressed, ~ 478 2, 171 | in ~prophetic revelation new species of things are impressed, 479 2, 171 | imprinting species anew, or by a ~new coordination of species.~ 480 2, 172 | OBJ 3: John belongs to the New Testament, whose ministers 481 2, 172 | for the declaration of any new ~doctrine of faith, but 482 2, 174 | tongues is proper to the New Testament, hence we sing 483 2, 174 | All this is done in the New Testament, according to 484 2, 175 | 3:10,11, "Putting on the new" man, "him who is renewed ~ 485 2, 186 | forbidden to establish a new religious order without 486 2, 187 | weight of the beams until the new fabric is rid of its moisture, 487 3, 1 | Himself to the creature in a new ~way, or rather through 488 3, 2 | soul and body in Christ a new hypostasis or person does 489 3, 3 | body in Christ neither a new person is made nor a new ~ 490 3, 3 | new person is made nor a new ~hypostasis, but one human 491 3, 3 | matter and form constitutes a new suppositum, the ~consequence 492 3, 3 | body, does not constitute a new suppositum, as ~was said 493 3, 3 | nor uncircumcision, ~but a new creature." But the power 494 3, 4 | For God by producing a new angelic nature could join 495 3, 5 | began to be here below in a ~new way, viz. by His assumed. 496 3, 5 | 14): "My soul hateth your new ~moons and your solemnities." 497 3, 8 | is but one Church in the New and the Old Testament. Therefore 498 3, 9 | knowledge, acquires no ~new habit, through what he receives 499 3, 9 | seem that He ~acquired a new knowledge through what He 500 3, 15 | properly regards what is new and unwonted. Now ~there


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