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1 1, 8 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on the Canticle of Canticles ( 2 1, 12 | live" (Ex. ~32:20), and a gloss upon this says, "In this 3 1, 12 | the philosophers, as the gloss expounds.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 13 | gods," (Gal. 4:8), and a gloss adds, "Gods not ~in nature, 5 1, 16 | things known. ~Whence a gloss on Ps. 11:2, "Truths are 6 1, 17 | to say, "an idol," as ~a gloss says. Therefore false and 7 1, 21 | would deny Himself, as a gloss says, if He should deny 8 1, 23 | also predestined." Again a gloss of Ambrose on Rm. 9:15: " 9 1, 23 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Rm. 8:29: "Whom He foreknew, 10 1, 23 | many thousands," ~and a gloss adds, "fixed by God, who 11 1, 24 | Testament according to a gloss. ~This, however, is not 12 1, 24 | contrary, It is said in a gloss upon Ps. 68:29, "Let them 13 1, 24 | also is made clear from the gloss quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 24 | blotted out. And thus a gloss ~explains the passage: " 15 1, 25 | world" (1 Cor. 1:20), a gloss says: "God hath made the 16 1, 32 | We ~read, moreover, in a gloss on Rm. 1 and Ex. 8 that 17 1, 34 | effect of the Word. ~Hence a gloss says that "word" is here 18 1, 39 | written ~of Me," where a gloss observes, "that is, with 19 1, 39 | I go to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who 20 1, 45 | God created," ~etc., the gloss has, "To create is to make 21 1, 48 | virtue," as is said in a gloss on 2 Cor. 12; not is it 22 1, 57 | essence, as is said in the gloss [*On 2 Cor. ~12:2, taken 23 1, 63 | which is contrary to a gloss on Ps. 103:26: "This ~dragon 24 1, 64 | Hence it is said in ~a gloss upon James 3:6: "They carry 25 1, 39 | written ~of Me," where a gloss observes, "that is, with 26 1, 39 | I go to the Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who 27 1, 46 | God created," ~etc., the gloss has, "To create is to make 28 1, 49 | virtue," as is said in a gloss on 2 Cor. 12; not is it 29 1, 58 | essence, as is said in the gloss [*On 2 Cor. ~12:2, taken 30 1, 64 | which is contrary to a gloss on Ps. 103:26: "This ~dragon 31 1, 65 | Hence it is said in ~a gloss upon James 3:6: "They carry 32 1, 78 | the same genus. But in the gloss of Jerome on Ezech. 1:6, " 33 1, 78 | synderesis' conscience (Gloss. Ezech. 1:6); Basil [*Hom. 34 1, 82 | his own counsel"; and the gloss ~adds: "That is of his free-will."~ 35 1, 88 | their own children," as a gloss quotes on the text, "Abraham 36 1, 92 | upon us" (Ps. 4:7), the gloss distinguishes a threefold 37 1, 95 | falcon. Nor does Bede's gloss on Gn. ~1:30, say that trees 38 1, 101 | place. For Bede ~[*Strabus, Gloss on Gn. 2:8] says that "paradise 39 1, 106 | of ~men and of angels," a gloss remarks that the speech 40 1, 108 | contrary, On 1 Cor. 15:24 the gloss says: "While the world lasts, ~ 41 1, 110 | to them" (Rm. ~1:19), the gloss observes that "not only 42 1, 110 | of fire" (Heb. 1:7), the gloss notes that "they are fire, 43 1, 112 | guardianship of the angels" [gloss] - "and it ~shall be wasted."~ 44 1, 112 | first-fruits they offer," ~etc. the gloss of Origen says: "The angels 45 1, 113 | tempted you": to which the gloss adds, "that is, the ~devil, 46 1, 116 | called Rabbi": on which the gloss of Jerome ~says, "Lest you 47 1, 116 | not obey the truth?" the gloss says that "some have blazing ~ 48 2, 17 | good which ~I will": and a gloss explains this by saying 49 2, 19 | that which is good," ~a gloss says: "A man does as much 50 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This gloss speaks of good as in the 51 2, 19 | the end. Wherefore another gloss ~says on the same passage 52 2, 19 | becometh the upright," a gloss ~says: "That man has an 53 2, 20 | But, according to the gloss, the tree signifies ~the 54 2, 23 | leaven," etc., Jerome's gloss says: "We should have prudence 55 2, 28 | himself, according to a gloss), "and not only ~when I 56 2, 28 | house ~hath eaten me up," a gloss says that "a man is eaten 57 2, 40 | 1/1~On the contrary, The gloss commenting on Mt. 1:2, " 58 2, 63 | virtuous." ~Moreover, a gloss on Mt. 4:23, "Jesus went 59 2, 63 | habituation. Because a gloss of Augustine [*Cf. Lib. 60 2, 63 | our souls, ~according to a gloss on Heb. 1 [*Cf. Jerome on 61 2, 65 | last end simply. ~Hence a gloss of Augustine [*Cf. Lib. 62 2, 65 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Mt. 1:2 says that "faith 63 2, 66 | Jerusalem are equal; and a gloss says that the sides denote 64 2, 66 | cause of charity: for a gloss on Mt. 1:3 says that "faith ~ 65 2, 70 | contains certainty: hence a gloss expounds thus: "Faith, which ~ 66 2, 72 | reason, according to a ~gloss. Now every sin, which is 67 2, 72 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: As a gloss says on the same passage, 68 2, 72 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: As the gloss says, "in the sin of fornication 69 2, 72 | and ~sins," which words a gloss explains, saying: "'Offenses,' 70 2, 73 | head ~of covetousness, as a gloss observes on Eph. 5:5. "No 71 2, 73 | cause of sin; wherefore a ~gloss on Rm. 7:7, "For I had not 72 2, 73 | tree to its ~fruit, as a gloss observes on Mt. 7:18, "A 73 2, 77 | concupiscence"; on which words a ~gloss says that "the law is good, 74 2, 79 | Douay: 'convenient']," and a gloss ~comments on this by saying 75 2, 79 | Lib. Arb. xxi, whence the gloss quoted ~is taken) to the 76 2, 81 | from human flesh. For a gloss on Gn. 4:1 says that ~"Adam' 77 2, 82 | is original ~sin, as a gloss expounds this passage.~Aquin.: 78 2, 89 | wrinkle," on which the ~gloss says: "i.e., some grievous 79 2, 89 | Adam was not seduced," a gloss says: ~"Having had no experience 80 2, 91 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Rm. 2:14: "When the Gentiles, 81 2, 93 | on the same passage ~a gloss says that "he is under the 82 2, 94 | and the law of life," the gloss ~says: "He wished the law 83 2, 94 | have not the ~law," etc. a gloss says that "the law of righteousness, 84 2, 96 | Thee only have I sinned," a gloss says ~that "there is no 85 2, 98 | orderly fashion," as the gloss explains. ~Therefore it 86 2, 99 | to the Old Law, ~as the gloss comments, on the passage. 87 2, 99 | belongs to morals; for this gloss on Heb. ~12:11: "Now all 88 2, 99 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Ps. 118:102, "I have 89 2, 99 | Thy Law," according to a gloss) I will never forget." Therefore 90 2, 100 | 1/1~On the contrary, The gloss on Mt. 5:11: "Blessed are 91 2, 100 | false ~doctrine, for one gloss expounds them thus: "Thou 92 2, 100 | cheerful giver"; whereupon the gloss says: "Whatever ye do, do 93 2, 102 | the ~commandments," the gloss says, (i.e.) "making void 94 2, 102 | of ~heart. Because as the gloss says on Lev. 1, "We offer 95 2, 102 | Christ. Because, as the gloss observes, "Christ is ~offered 96 2, 102 | the twisted linen," as the gloss observes, "signifies the 97 2, 102 | to wind and rain, as the gloss observes.~Aquin.: SMT FS 98 2, 102 | Or else ~according to a gloss, that we should recognize 99 2, 105 | might say, according to a gloss, that "a cow is useful in 100 2, 106 | abundantly than others," as a gloss expounds on Rm. 8:23.~Aquin.: 101 2, 107 | nowadays is the same, as the gloss ~says on Mt. 21:9. Therefore 102 2, 107 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss says on Mt. 5:19, "He that 103 2, 109 | but by the Holy Ghost," a ~gloss says: "Every truth, by whomsoever 104 2, 109 | everlasting." And as a gloss says, this is said "that 105 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the gloss upon Rm. 6:23, "The grace 106 2, 110 | Grace to you and peace," the gloss says: ~"Grace, i.e. the 107 2, 110 | cheerful with ~oil"; the gloss says: "Grace is a certain 108 2, 112 | us have peace," etc. the gloss says: ~"God welcomes whoever 109 2, 112 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This gloss is speaking of such as fly 110 2, 113 | He also justified," ~the gloss says i.e. "by the remission 111 2, 113 | coming," upon which the gloss says that ~"the grace of 112 2, 114 | God, life everlasting," a ~gloss says: "He might have truly 113 2, 114 | seeing their faith," etc. a gloss says: "How ~much is our 114 2, 114 | them houses"; on which a gloss of ~Gregory (Moral. xviii, 115 2, 1 | received them earlier," as a gloss ~says on Rm. 8:23: "Ourselves 116 2, 3 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss explains the words of 2 117 2, 4 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on the words, "Faith without 118 2, 4 | faith," according to a gloss, or the "word of faith."~ 119 2, 4 | certainty, wherefore the gloss on ~the fifth chapter to 120 2, 4 | first of the virtues. For a ~gloss on Lk. 12:4, "I say to you 121 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Ps. 36, "Be not emulous," 122 2, 4 | is the foundation, as a ~gloss remarks on 1 Cor. 3:11 [* 123 2, 5 | God." ~Now, according to a gloss on Osee 3:1, "They look 124 2, 6 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on 1 Cor. 13:2 says that " 125 2, 7 | faith ~begets hope, as a gloss observes on Mt. 1:2. Therefore 126 2, 8 | reckoned a fruit. For a gloss on Gal. 5:22 says that ~ 127 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss [*Augustine, Enchiridion 128 2, 10 | and right judgment" as the gloss observes [*Augustine, Enchiridion 129 2, 10 | unbeliever is a sin. Because a ~gloss on Rm. 14:23, "All that 130 2, 10 | marriages with ~them": and a gloss on Lev. 15:19, "The woman 131 2, 10 | imply consent ~therein, as a gloss observes on Rm. 1:32: "Not 132 2, 10 | to idolatry, because ~a gloss on Gal. 5:1, "Be not held 133 2, 11 | end of the world, as a ~gloss explains it. Now holy men 134 2, 12 | be put away from ~you," a gloss says, "that which is committed 135 2, 12 | a mortal sin. Because ~a gloss on the words, "Now lay you 136 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This gloss is not to be understood 137 2, 12 | up your horn on high," a gloss ~says: "To excuse oneself 138 2, 12 | terrible people," etc. a gloss says: ~"In comparison with 139 2, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A gloss on the words, "Let . . . 140 2, 12 | over ~these plagues," and a gloss on these words says that " 141 2, 13 | Holy Ghost." Moreover a gloss on Lev. ~10:16, says that " 142 2, 13 | all-powerful physician," as a ~gloss says on Ps. 102:3, "Who 143 2, 16 | the interpretation of a gloss on ~these words. Therefore 144 2, 16 | precedes faith. Because a gloss on Ps. ~36:3, "Trust in 145 2, 16 | begot hope," according to a gloss.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 146 2, 16 | Reply OBJ 1: As the same gloss observes further on, "hope" 147 2, 16 | from hope," according to a gloss. Therefore hope precedes 148 2, 17 | hope, since, according to a gloss, the words of Ps. 30:2, " 149 2, 18 | evil, for according to a gloss on Rm. 8:15, "if a man do 150 2, 18 | the Holy Ghost, since a gloss on Rm. 8:15, "You have not 151 2, 19 | good works. Wherefore ~a gloss on Prov. 24:10, "If thou 152 2, 23 | leads to charity," and of a ~gloss on Mt. 1:2: "Faith begets 153 2, 23 | apprehend," on which words a gloss says: "Even if he has ~made 154 2, 23 | of heaven, ~wherefore a gloss on the same passage says 155 2, 24 | hope begets charity, as a gloss states on Mt. 1:2. Now ~ 156 2, 24 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Mt. 5:44, "Do good to 157 2, 26 | hope begets charity" as a gloss says on Mt. 1:1, and ~"fear 158 2, 26 | OBJ 1: According to one gloss, the Apostle did not desire 159 2, 28 | profitable to ~all things," a gloss says: "The sum total of 160 2, 30 | poor," on which words a gloss ~comments: "Thus we are 161 2, 30 | of the giver. Yet, as a gloss says on the same ~passage, " 162 2, 31 | an act of charity. ~For a gloss on Mt. 18:15, "If thy brother 163 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This gloss speaks of the second correction 164 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Gal. 2:11, "I withstood 165 2, 31 | concerning faith, and, as the gloss of ~Augustine says on Gal. 166 2, 31 | he hate thee," where a gloss remarks: "You must not fear 167 2, 33 | work, as appears from a gloss on Ps. 106:18, ~"Their soul 168 2, 36 | with heretics. Hence a ~gloss on 1 Kgs. 14:1, "It came 169 2, 36 | sin. Thus Ambrose [*Cf. Gloss. ~Ord. in Rom. i, 29] defines 170 2, 36 | spiritual ~men as yet, as a gloss says on the same passage; 171 2, 39 | contradiction of deeds. Wherefore a gloss on Gal. 5:20 ~says that " 172 2, 40 | such aggression. Hence a ~gloss on 2 Cor. 12:20 says that " 173 2, 40 | fight," according to the gloss ~quoted above (A[1]). But 174 2, 52 | cannot be a mortal sin. For a gloss ~of Gregory [*Moral. ix. 175 2, 52 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Ecclus. 7:34, "For thy 176 2, 52 | According to the same authority (gloss), a small offering ~made 177 2, 56 | special matter. ~Because a gloss on Gn. 2:14, "The fourth 178 2, 58 | suspicions," according to a gloss of Augustine (Tract. xc 179 2, 58 | this life," according to a gloss on 1 Cor. 4:5, ~"Judge not 180 2, 58 | neighbor. Hence the same gloss goes on to say: "If then ~ 181 2, 58 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Rm. 14:3, "He that eateth 182 2, 61 | but of the cause. Hence a gloss on Eph. 6:9, "There is ~ 183 2, 61 | persons." On these words a gloss ~of Augustine says: "Who 184 2, 61 | with respect of persons," a gloss of Augustine [*Ep. ad Hieron. 185 2, 61 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on James 2:1, says: "Whoever 186 2, 62 | wicked men according to a gloss. Now whatever is forbidden 187 2, 62 | revengeful spite. Hence a gloss says: "Not defending ~yourselves - 188 2, 65 | of an accuser. Hence a ~gloss on Gn. 4:10, "The voice 189 2, 67 | sins": on which words a gloss ~says: "Shameless men are 190 2, 67 | another," ~according to a gloss on Rm. 13:2. Now when a 191 2, 68 | them," on which words a gloss says: "To be silent when 192 2, 70 | also to deeds. Wherefore a gloss on Rm. 1:30, "contumelious, 193 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Prov. 24:21, "Have nothing 194 2, 71 | epithet, according to a gloss, is inserted, "lest it be 195 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This gloss does not assert that backbiting 196 2, 71 | one's neighbor. Because a gloss on Ps. 108:4, "Instead ~ 197 2, 71 | love they detracted me," a gloss says: "Those ~who detract 198 2, 72 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Rm. 1:29,30, "Tale-bearers, 199 2, 72 | for the other. Hence a gloss on Ecclus. 5:16, "Be not 200 2, 72 | friendship, as appears ~from the gloss quoted above and from the 201 2, 73 | wrinkling the nose, as a ~gloss says on Ps. 2:4, "He that 202 2, 74 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, a gloss on Num. 23:8, "How shall 203 2, 74 | cursing, according to a gloss. Now ~blasphemy is a graver 204 2, 76 | remuneration by service, as a gloss says on Is. 33:15, ~"Blessed 205 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Ps. 33:15, "Turn away 206 2, 81 | incense in Thy sight": and a gloss on the passage says that " 207 2, 81 | He wills, according to a gloss on Ps. 32:1, ~"Rejoice in 208 2, 81 | deprived of my reward," as the gloss ~expounds it.~Aquin.: SMT 209 2, 81 | easily heard, wherefore a gloss on Rm. ~15:30, "Help me 210 2, 81 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on the words of Ps. 34:13, " 211 2, 81 | godliness," according to a gloss ~on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having 212 2, 81 | Confessor Bishop]. Hence a gloss on ~1 Tim. 2:1 says that " 213 2, 82 | of His majesty, since a gloss on Ps. 28:2, "Adore ~ye 214 2, 82 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ex. 20:5, "Thou shalt 215 2, 86 | to keep the faith, as a gloss observes on Ps. 75:12, " 216 2, 86 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on the words of Ps. 75:12, " 217 2, 90 | religion," according ~to a gloss on Col. 2:23, "Which things 218 2, 90 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Col. 2:23, "Which things 219 2, 90 | human observances," as the gloss goes on to explain. Wherefore ~ 220 2, 90 | taken in this sense that the gloss speaks literally.~ 221 2, 91 | the words are quoted in a gloss on ~Gal. 2:14) says that " 222 2, 91 | Cor. 11:27, quoted in the gloss of Peter ~Lombard] says: " 223 2, 91 | For this reason, too, a gloss on Col. 2:23 says ~that 224 2, 92 | them," i.e. inwardly, as a gloss explains it: ~and it is 225 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, a gloss of Jerome on Gal. 4:9, " 226 2, 92 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on the saying of Lev. 15: 227 2, 93 | not unlawful, ~because a gloss of Augustine on Ps. 30:16, " 228 2, 94 | to deceive man. Hence a ~gloss on the passage quoted says: " 229 2, 95 | implicitly. ~Wherefore a gloss on Dt. 6:16, "Thou shalt 230 2, 95 | be excused from sin, as a gloss ~observes: just as Zachary 231 2, 95 | God, says the interlinear gloss, "prays for what God taught ~ 232 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Ps. 77:18, "And they 233 2, 95 | contrary, According to the gloss quoted above "to tempt God 234 2, 95 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Dt. 17:2, "When there 235 2, 98 | for their need. Hence a gloss of Augustine on 1 Tim. 5: 236 2, 98 | words he preaches. Hence a gloss on 1 Tim. 5:11, "Let the 237 2, 99 | of piety, according to a ~gloss on 2 Tim. 3:5, "Having an 238 2, 101 | as {kleria}, wherefore a gloss of Augustine on Rm. 16:27 239 2, 101 | distinct from latria. For a ~gloss on Ps. 7:1, "O Lord my God, 240 2, 101 | due to God: and so this gloss drew a ~distinction, by 241 2, 102 | therein," according to a gloss on Rm. ~11), and yet does 242 2, 102 | higher power. For as a gloss says on Rm. 13:2, "They 243 2, 102 | the secular power. ~For a gloss on Mt. 17:25, "Then the 244 2, 102 | to earthly ~masters, as a gloss observes on 1 Tim. 6:1, " 245 2, 106 | bear with the wicked, for a gloss on Cant 2:2, "As the ~lily 246 2, 106 | sin of a multitude, for a gloss on Mt. 13:29,30, "Lest ~ 247 2, 108 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ps. 5:7, "Thou wilt destroy 248 2, 108 | the mischievous lie, as a ~gloss explains the words of Ps. 249 2, 109 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Is. 16:14, "In three 250 2, 109 | figurative ~pretense, as a gloss observes in commenting on 251 2, 109 | outward action: wherefore a gloss on Job 36:13, "Dissemblers 252 2, 109 | vainglory: wherefore a ~gloss on Job 27:8, "What is the 253 2, 109 | simulate ~holiness": and a gloss on Job 1:21 [*St. Augustine 254 2, 109 | twofold sin": and again a gloss on Lam. 4:6, "The iniquity . . . 255 2, 110 | is a mortal sin. Now ~a gloss on Ecclus. 6:2, "Extol not 256 2, 110 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This gloss speaks of boasting as arising 257 2, 113 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ezech. 13:18, "Woe to 258 2, 113 | mind as flattery": and a gloss on ~Ps. 69:4, "Let them 259 2, 113 | to sin ~mortally: hence a gloss on Ps. 140:5, "Let not the 260 2, 114 | all vices arise. Thus, a gloss on Rm. 7:7 says: "The law 261 2, 116 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Rm. 7:7, "For I had not 262 2, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This gloss speaks of the inordinate 263 2, 116 | as covetousness," where a gloss observes: ~"Lest they should 264 2, 116 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on 1 Cor. 3:12, "If any 265 2, 120 | is thus explained by a gloss on Ex. 20:7: "Thou shalt 266 2, 120 | against faith. ~Again, a gloss on the words of Dt. 5:11, " 267 2, 120 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Ex. 20:7 expounds the 268 2, 120 | or ~writing. Wherefore a gloss on Num 28 says that "smiths 269 2, 122 | martyrdom, according to ~a gloss, as well as Jerome's commentary 270 2, 123 | dangers of ~death, for a gloss on Ps. 127:1, "Blessed are 271 2, 123 | worldly goods." Again a gloss on Mt. 27:44, "He ~prayed 272 2, 123 | fear does not this, for a gloss on Judges 7:3, "Whosoever 273 2, 123 | from perfection; for a gloss on Dt. 20:8, "What man is 274 2, 123 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This gloss also can be understood as 275 2, 123 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This gloss speaks of the fear that 276 2, 128 | whence camest thou?" and a gloss answers: "From a creature' 277 2, 130 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Phil. 2:3, "Let nothing 278 2, 130 | of this kind, because a gloss of ~Augustine on 1 Thess. 279 2, 134 | OBJ 4: On the contrary, a gloss [*Origen, Comment. in Ep. 280 2, 134 | difference assigned by this gloss is that it is hard to bear 281 2, 136 | to perseverance. For a ~gloss on 1 Cor. 6:9,10, "Nor adulterers, 282 2, 144 | meat and drink," where a ~gloss [*Cf. St. Augustine, QQ. 283 2, 145 | quotation is from the Ordinary Gloss, where the reference is ~ 284 2, 145 | perfect, ~according to a gloss on Ps. 130:2, "As a child 285 2, 146 | cause of other sins, for a gloss on Ps. ~135:10, "Who smote 286 2, 146 | outward behavior. Hence a gloss on Eph. ~5:4, "Or foolish 287 2, 146 | emission of the semen. Hence a gloss on Eph. 5:3, "But ~fornication 288 2, 147 | justly and ~godly," where a gloss remarks: "Soberly, in ourselves"; 289 2, 150 | hundredfold fruit, ~according to a gloss on Mt. 13:23. Therefore 290 2, 151 | pertaining to ~excess. Hence a gloss on Gal. 5:19 says "lust 291 2, 151 | uncleanness," according to a gloss on Eph. 5:3 (Cf. 2 Cor. ~ 292 2, 152 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: As a gloss says on this passage, "uncleanness" 293 2, 152 | Reply OBJ 6: According to a gloss on this passage "lust" there 294 2, 152 | not this result: because a gloss of Ambrose [*The ~quotation 295 2, 152 | The ~quotation is from the Gloss of Peter Lombard, who refers 296 2, 152 | notwithstanding that a gloss [*St. Augustine, QQ. in 297 2, 152 | is in ~fornication, for a gloss on 1 Cor. 7:9 says that 298 2, 152 | Or obscenity" (which a gloss refers to "kissing ~and 299 2, 152 | no ~longer virgins, as a gloss observes on 2 Cor. 12:, " 300 2, 152 | alteram]," ~according to a gloss [*St. Augustine: Serm. li, 301 2, 152 | lasciviousness," where a gloss says: ~"Lasciviousness, 302 2, 152 | is not observed. Hence ~a gloss on Gn. 37:2, "He accused 303 2, 153 | from unlawful things: for a gloss on Gal. 5:23, "Faith, modesty," ~ 304 2, 153 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The gloss quoted takes continence 305 2, 155 | greatest of virtues: because a gloss of Ambrose [*Hilary ~the 306 2, 156 | ii, ~2] according to a gloss on Lev. 19:17, "Thou shalt 307 2, 156 | cannot avoid anger, for a gloss ~on Ps. 4:5, "Be ye angry 308 2, 156 | of ~the judgment": and a gloss on this passage says that " 309 2, 156 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ps. 4:5, "Be ye angry 310 2, 156 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Prov. 29:22, "An angry [ 311 2, 159 | incur falsehood. Wherefore a gloss [*St. ~Augustine, QQ. lxxxiii, 312 2, 159 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a gloss on Mt. 3:15 says: "Perfect 313 2, 160 | super-abundant good. Hence ~a gloss of Jerome on the same passage ( 314 2, 160 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss on Job 33:17, "That He may 315 2, 160 | not a mortal sin. For a gloss on Ps. ~7:4, "O Lord my 316 2, 160 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ps. 118:51, "The proud 317 2, 160 | led by other sins. Hence a gloss on Ps. 136:7, "Rase it, 318 2, 160 | the withdrawal from sin, a gloss on ~Ps. 18:13, "I shall 319 2, 161 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a gloss [*St. Augustine, Gen. ad 320 2, 166 | daughter is within," ~and a gloss adds, "namely, in the conscience." 321 2, 166 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Prov. 14:13, "Laughter 322 2, 167 | passage quoted. Wherefore a gloss on Mt. 3:4, says: "He who ~ 323 2, 167 | of apparel." Wherefore a gloss of Cyprian says: "Those ~ 324 2, 167 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As a gloss says on this passage, "The 325 2, 170 | of the recipient, since a gloss of Jerome on Amos 1:2, " 326 2, 170 | confirmation of faith; wherefore a gloss on Rm. ~12:6, "Either prophecy 327 2, 170 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Num. 22:14, says that " 328 2, 171 | very essence of God, for ~a gloss on Is. 38:1, "Take order 329 2, 171 | only a new light. For a ~gloss of Jerome on Amos 1:2 says 330 2, 171 | to him in a dream." Now a gloss says at the beginning of 331 2, 172 | divided according to a ~gloss on Mt. 1:23, "Behold a virgin 332 2, 172 | of foreknowledge," as a gloss says on Is. 38:1. Therefore 333 2, 172 | authority of Jerome to whom the gloss above ~quoted is ascribed.~ 334 2, 172 | under foreknowledge, the gloss in the ~beginning of the 335 2, 172 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss says at the beginning of 336 2, 172 | Further, according to a gloss [*Cassiodorus, super Prolog. ~ 337 2, 172 | of the prophets. ~For a gloss at the beginning of the 338 2, 173 | heaven." On which words a gloss says: "Rapt, ~that is to 339 2, 173 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a gloss on Ps. 30:1, "In Thee, O 340 2, 173 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss on Ps. 115:2, "I said in 341 2, 173 | lit. xii, 28 (quoted in a gloss on 2 ~Cor. 12:2). Indeed 342 2, 173 | of the blessed. Hence the gloss on 2 Cor. 12 says that ~ 343 2, 173 | hierarchy, according to the gloss on 2 ~Cor. 12.~Aquin.: SMT 344 2, 174 | their own language; since a gloss on Heb. 1, says ~that "it 345 2, 174 | speaking one tongue: hence a gloss on Acts 2:6, "Every man 346 2, 174 | speak"; on which passage a gloss ~of Gregory [*Hom. xxx in 347 2, 174 | they were uttered. Hence a gloss says on Acts 2:6 that "it 348 2, 178 | Reply OBJ 2: According to a gloss [*Cf. De Trin. xv, 8] of 349 2, 178 | of Him," according to a gloss of Gregory on the same passage. ~ 350 2, 181 | will to God; wherefore a ~gloss on Ps. 32:1, "Praise becometh 351 2, 181 | surrounded with variety": and a gloss on these words says that ~" 352 2, 182 | for his friends": and a gloss on Heb. 12:4, "For you ~ 353 2, 182 | he was ~ordained," as a gloss says on this passage. Again, 354 2, 182 | of my hands," which the gloss ascribes to the grace of 355 2, 182 | archdeacons, of whom a ~gloss on Acts 6:3, "Brethren, 356 2, 182 | Eccl. Hier. v), and of a gloss on Lk. ~10:1, "After these 357 2, 182 | under ~the bishops. Hence a gloss on 1 Cor. 12:28, "to one, 358 2, 183 | grave sin. Wherefore a gloss of Augustine [*Ep. clxvii 359 2, 183 | Church, ~according to a gloss on Lk. 10:1. Now our Lord 360 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss of Jerome on Is. 3:14, " 361 2, 184 | poverty," according to a gloss. Moreover a gloss on 1 Tim. 362 2, 184 | according to a gloss. Moreover a gloss on 1 Tim. 6:8, ~"Having 363 2, 184 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: As the gloss adds, "when the Apostle 364 2, 184 | in like manner ~the other gloss means not that it is unlawful 365 2, 184 | summit of perfection," as a gloss ~[*Cf. Moral. ii] of Gregory 366 2, 185 | your own business," which a gloss ~explains thus - "by refraining 367 2, 185 | which means, according to a ~gloss, to assist the helpless 368 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a gloss [*St. Augustine, (De oper. 369 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a gloss on Lk. 12:33, "Sell what 370 2, 185 | meddling" (namely, as ~a gloss explains it, "who make a 371 2, 185 | divine praises. Hence a ~gloss on Ps. 118:82, "My eyes 372 2, 185 | natural law: wherefore a ~gloss on 2 Thess. 3:6, "That you 373 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This gloss is taken from Augustine' 374 2, 185 | speak." For according to a gloss on 1 Cor. 2:4, "Speech is 375 2, 185 | in this ~sense that the gloss quoted is to be understood.~ 376 2, 185 | livelihood from others. Hence a ~gloss on 1 Cor. 4:12, "We labor, 377 2, 185 | an act of virtue; hence a gloss on 2 Thess. 3:9, "That we ~ 378 2, 185 | to ~religion, wherefore a gloss on 2 Thess. 3:9, "That we 379 2, 185 | of the fruits," which a gloss explains thus, "that is 380 2, 185 | may live on alms. Hence a gloss on Rm. 15:27, "If the Gentiles ~ 381 2, 185 | nothing of any man's": and a ~gloss on this passage says: "You 382 2, 185 | take anything." Again ~a gloss [*St. Augustine, (De oper. 383 2, 185 | they should beg, since a gloss on 2 ~Tim. 2:6, "The husbandman, 384 2, 185 | beggar ~and poor"; where a gloss says: "Christ said this 385 2, 185 | needy and poor"; where a gloss says: ~"'Needy,' that is 386 2, 185 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The first gloss speaks of begging from motives 387 2, 185 | Apostle; while the second ~gloss speaks of those who without 388 2, 185 | clothing of sheep": and a gloss on Apoc. 6:8, "Behold a ~ 389 2, 185 | sheep-skins in goat-skins," and a gloss adds - "as Elias and others." ~ 390 2, 185 | example to others; wherefore a gloss on Mt. ~3:4, "(John) had 391 2, 186 | Moreover, according to the gloss of Bede ~on "And after these 392 2, 186 | virtue," according to a gloss. Now the ~perfection of 393 2, 186 | This commentary of the gloss is an exposition of the 394 2, 186 | stated above (AA[1],2). Now a gloss on Heb. 12:4, "For you ~ 395 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a gloss on Ps. 130:2, "As a child 396 2, 187 | manifest from the words of this gloss that it is ~chiefly a question 397 2, 187 | the ~Lord your God"; and a gloss of Augustine says that " 398 2, 187 | displeaseth him"; and a gloss on Ps. 75:12, "Vow ye, and 399 2, 187 | according to Augustine [*Gloss of Peter ~Lombard on Ps. 400 2, 187 | some are accustomed"; and a gloss observes: "Those ~namely 401 2, 187 | further demonstration," as a gloss says on 1 ~Thess. 5:21, " 402 2, 187 | the arms of ~Saul," as a gloss on the passage observes, " 403 3, 1 | world to save sinners," a gloss says, "There was no cause 404 3, 1 | the law": ~upon which a gloss says that "the fulness of 405 3, 1 | hand of a mediator," a ~gloss says: "With great wisdom 406 3, 1 | of the time was come," a gloss ~says: "The greater the 407 3, 1 | in the last days," as a gloss says. But ~the time of the 408 3, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This gloss has in view the mercy of 409 3, 2 | be upon ~us, as," etc. a gloss says: "Here the prophet' 410 3, 4 | taken to ~Thee," which a gloss expounds of Christ; and 411 3, 4 | sinners than the Jews, as a ~gloss says on Gal. 2:15: "For 412 3, 7 | the law of the Lord," a ~gloss says: "This refers to Christ, 413 3, 7 | from faith to faith," a gloss says: "From the faith of ~ 414 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As a gloss says in the same place, 415 3, 7 | of one man": on which a gloss says: "That is, the seven 416 3, 7 | the comment of a certain gloss: "So that the Son may be 417 3, 7 | an infinite gift. Hence a gloss says on this text: "As the 418 3, 8 | into the members, as ~a gloss says, on Eph. 1:22, "And 419 3, 8 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss [*St. Gregory, Moral. xiv] 420 3, 8 | 1/1~On the contrary, A gloss [*St. Gregory, Moral. xv] 421 3, 8 | himself as ~if he were God," a gloss says: "As in Christ dwelt 422 3, 8 | himself ~as if he were God," a gloss says: "The head of all the 423 3, 9 | i.e. ~"experienced," says a gloss. Therefore there was in 424 3, 10 | divinity and wisdom," a gloss says, i.e. "the knowledge 425 3, 13 | omnipotence. For ~Ambrose [*Gloss, Ord.] says on Lk. 1:32: " 426 3, 14 | Augustine [*Alcuin in the Gloss, Ord.], ~expounding Jn. 427 3, 15 | than ~concupiscence, as the gloss says on Rm. 7:8, it seems 428 3, 15 | solely by invocation," as a gloss expounds it. Augustine however ( 429 3, 15 | evils, i.e. ~"pains," as a gloss expounds it. Hence the soul 430 3, 16 | honor of the Father,' as a gloss expounds it), ~being of 431 3, 16 | answer that, As Jerome [*Gloss, Ord. in Osee 2:16] says, " 432 3, 23 | be in us by vision, as a gloss says on Rm. 8:17: ~"If sons, 433 3, 24 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: As a gloss [*From St. Augustine, De 434 3, 25 | foot-stool for it is holy," a gloss says: "The flesh assumed 435 3, 25 | Adore His foot-stool," a gloss says: "He who adores the ~ 436 3, 25 | in Thee have I hoped," a gloss says: "Lord of ~all by power, 437 3, 25 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: That gloss is not to be understood 438 3, 26 | but God is one']," the gloss says: "Not the Father nor 439 3, 26 | Mediator of God and man," a gloss says: "As the Word, He is 440 3, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the gloss says on this passage, the 441 3, 28 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the gloss of Jerome says on 1 Tim. 442 3, 30 | without our consent," as a gloss says on Mt. 1:22. There ~ 443 3, 32 | God. Hence, according to a gloss on ~Rm. 1:4, the words, " 444 3, 32 | Him, are all things," the gloss of Augustine says: "Notice ~ 445 3, 34 | words, according to the gloss, refer to ~Christ's human 446 3, 36 | OBJ 1: According to the gloss, the words quoted must be 447 3, 37 | sight of my mother," the gloss says: "Why does Solomon ~ 448 3, 38 | which we ~preach," the gloss of Augustine says: "Whence 449 3, 44 | Faust. xxvi; quoted by the gloss on ~Rm. 11:24: "Contrary 450 3, 45 | clarity of glory. For ~a gloss of Bede on Mt. 17:2, "He 451 3, 45 | kingdom of God," Bede's gloss says: "That is, the ~glorification 452 3, 45 | only in ~appearance; for a gloss on Lk. 9:30, "They were 453 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This gloss is said to be taken from 454 3, 46 | with evils": upon which the gloss adds: "Not with vices, but ~ 455 3, 48 | people," upon which ~the gloss adds, "that is, Christ, 456 3, 48 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A gloss explains the text thus: " 457 3, 51 | ungodly for His burial," ~a gloss says: "He shall give to 458 3, 52 | parts of the earth?" And a ~gloss adds: "that is - into hell."~ 459 3, 52 | O ye princes," which the gloss thus ~interprets: "that 460 3, 52 | darkness into heaven," as ~the gloss explains.~Aquin.: SMT TP 461 3, 52 | wherein is no water," the ~gloss observes: "Thou hast delivered 462 3, 52 | thy bite": upon which the gloss says: "By ~leading forth 463 3, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: When the gloss says "where no mercy refreshed 464 3, 53 | the resurrection; as the gloss expounds.~Aquin.: SMT TP 465 3, 53 | shall gain no one,'" as the gloss expounds. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 466 3, 53 | day; especially since the ~gloss quoted above (A[1]) says 467 3, 53 | sleep - because," says the gloss, "He ~rose first in point 468 3, 56 | again from the dead," the gloss says: "Who is the efficient 469 3, 56 | dignity and perfection; as the gloss says on 1 Cor. 15:20,23. 470 3, 56 | weeping shall have place," the gloss says, ~"Christ's Resurrection 471 3, 57 | even unto the end," the gloss says: "I shall ~delight 472 3, 57 | to them": upon which the gloss says that "because He was 473 3, 57 | because He also descended," a gloss says: "It is clear that 474 3, 57 | Ascending on high," the ~gloss says: "in place and dignity."~ 475 3, 57 | as a mere man,'" as the gloss interprets the words - " 476 3, 57 | gifts," according to the gloss.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 477 3, 58 | right hand of God," the ~gloss adds: "that is, equal to 478 3, 58 | the majesty ~on high," the gloss adds, "that is, in equality 479 3, 58 | The comment is from the gloss of ~Peter Lombard] as if 480 3, 59 | namely to Christ" are from a gloss]. Nor does it follow that 481 3, 62 | transgression ~of Adam," etc., the gloss says: "From the side of 482 3, 62 | i.e. "to the Law," says the gloss, "which is called ~weak, 483 3, 64 | Is Christ divided?" the gloss says that "He could give 484 3, 66 | Son of God"; on ~which the gloss observes: "Christ's one 485 3, 66 | doctrine of Baptisms," the gloss ~says: "He uses the plural, 486 3, 67 | princes in the ~Church, as the gloss observes on Lk. 10:1: indeed, 487 3, 67 | disciples of Christ, as the gloss says in the passage quoted 488 3, 68 | infants by taking milk," as a gloss ~says on Ps. 130:2: "As 489 3, 68 | works." And in this sense a gloss explains Mt. 3:6, saying 490 3, 69 | sin may be destroyed," a ~gloss says: "The effect of Baptism 491 3, 69 | sin may be destroyed," a gloss says: "If a man after ~Baptism 492 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As a gloss says on Rm. 6:6, "that we 493 3, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: As the gloss says on the same passage ( 494 3, 69 | fulness of virtues," as a gloss expounds. ~Therefore the 495 3, 69 | water of refreshment," a gloss says: "He has brought ~us 496 3, 69 | water of refreshment," a gloss says that "the sinner's 497 3, 69 | Heaven was opened," the gloss of Bede ~says: "We see here 498 3, 69 | serve sin no longer," a gloss says: "this ~is not bestowed 499 3, 70 | circumcision is fixed by a gloss ~on Rm. 4:11: "And he received 500 3, 70 | the sight of my mother," a gloss says, that ~Bersabee's other


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