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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 12 | referred to some high mode of prophecy, so that God ~seems to speak, 2 1, 12 | treating of the degrees of prophecy. We may also say that ~Jacob 3 1, 43 | as also ~does the gift of prophecy and any other gratuitous 4 1, 43 | the gift of the spirit of prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having 5 1, 43 | 13:2: "If I should have ~prophecy, and should know all mysteries, 6 1, 43 | gift of miracles or of prophecy, or in the fervor of charity 7 1, 43 | vision which is that of prophecy; because as Augustine says ( 8 1, 43 | as also ~does the gift of prophecy and any other gratuitous 9 1, 43 | the gift of the spirit of prophecy, or of miracles, as ~having 10 1, 43 | 13:2: "If I should have ~prophecy, and should know all mysteries, 11 1, 43 | gift of miracles or of prophecy, or in the fervor of charity 12 1, 43 | vision which is that of prophecy; because as Augustine says ( 13 2, 68 | inspiration, so is the gift of prophecy. Now prophecy is not a habit: 14 2, 68 | the gift of prophecy. Now prophecy is not a habit: for ~"the 15 2, 68 | habit: for ~"the spirit of prophecy does not always reside in 16 2, 68 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Prophecy is one of those gifts which 17 2, 103 | gifted with the spirit of prophecy, it is to be believed that 18 2, 109 | the light of faith or prophecy which is called the "light 19 2, 111 | of ~miracles; to another, prophecy; to another, the discerning 20 2, 111 | contingents - and thus there is "prophecy," or also the ~secrets of 21 2, 111 | preparatory to the end; i.e. by prophecy and miracles and so forth, 22 2, 113 | natural, but was the sleep of ~prophecy, according to Num. 12:6: " 23 2, 6 | charity: even so the gift of prophecy, or ~the like, is given 24 2, 8 | seemingly, there is no ~prophecy without the gift of understanding. 25 2, 8 | understanding. But there can be prophecy ~without sanctifying grace, 26 2, 8 | understanding that is requisite for prophecy, is a kind ~of enlightenment 27 2, 93 | possessed of the spirit ~of prophecy, who foretold many things 28 2, 93 | possessed of the spirit ~of prophecy, who foretold many things 29 2, 98 | spiritual actions. The use of prophecy is a spiritual action. But ~ 30 2, 98 | given of old for the use of prophecy, as appears ~from 1 Kgs. 31 2, 98 | exercise of their gift of prophecy. Wicked ~prophets, however, 32 2, 108 | being moved by the spirit of prophecy, in order to signify a mystery, 33 2, 151 | insensible ~to the spirit of prophecy. Therefore no venereal act 34 2, 169 | KNOWLEDGE (QQ[171]-175)~OF PROPHECY (SIX ARTICLES)~After treating 35 2, 169 | may be comprised under "prophecy," since prophetic revelation ~ 36 2, 169 | must first of all ~consider prophecy, and rapture which is a 37 2, 169 | rapture which is a degree of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] Out. 38 2, 169 | SS Q[171] Out. Para. 3/4~Prophecy admits of four heads of 39 2, 169 | knowledge; (4) the division of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] Out. 40 2, 169 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether prophecy pertains to knowledge?~( 41 2, 169 | all possible matters of prophecy?~(5) Whether a prophet distinguishes 42 2, 169 | false can be the matter of prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 43 2, 169 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy pertains to knowledge?~Aquin.: 44 2, 169 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prophecy does not pertain to knowledge. 45 2, 169 | bones after death. Therefore prophecy does ~not pertain to knowledge.~ 46 2, 169 | Therefore it would seem that prophecy does not pertain to ~knowledge.~ 47 2, 169 | these are consistent with prophecy; for it is written (Osee ~ 48 2, 169 | man was mad']." Therefore prophecy is not a cognitive ~perfection.~ 49 2, 169 | denotes a kind of motion. ~Now prophecy is described as "inspiration" 50 2, 169 | Therefore it would seem that ~prophecy does not pertain to the 51 2, 169 | to ~knowledge. Therefore prophecy pertains to knowledge.~Aquin.: 52 2, 169 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Prophecy first and chiefly consists 53 2, 169 | Church," it follows that ~prophecy consists secondarily in 54 2, 169 | followed." Hence, thirdly, prophecy is concerned with the working 55 2, 169 | These passages speak of prophecy in reference to the third ~ 56 2, 169 | which regards the proof of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 57 2, 169 | OBJ 4: It is requisite to prophecy that the intention of the 58 2, 169 | inspiration is requisite for prophecy, as regards the raising ~ 59 2, 169 | of Divine things, whereby prophecy is completed; by its means ~ 60 2, 169 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy is a habit?~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 169 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prophecy is a habit. For according 62 2, 169 | passion, and habit." ~Now prophecy is not a power, for then 63 2, 169 | Q[22]~, A[2]); whereas prophecy pertains principally to 64 2, 169 | foregoing Article. Therefore prophecy is a habit.~Aquin.: SMT 65 2, 169 | in ~act, is a habit. Now prophecy is a perfection of the soul; 66 2, 169 | asleep. Therefore ~seemingly prophecy is a habit.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 169 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous 68 2, 169 | Q[110], A[2]). Therefore prophecy is a habit.~Aquin.: SMT 69 2, 169 | a man cannot make use of prophecy when he will, as appears 70 2, 169 | future, and the spirit of prophecy failing him, caused a minstrel 71 2, 169 | him, that the spirit of prophecy might come ~down upon him 72 2, 169 | super Ezech.). Therefore ~prophecy is not a habit.~Aquin.: 73 2, 169 | to its ~cause. Since then prophecy pertains to a knowledge 74 2, 169 | A[1]), it follows that prophecy requires an ~intellectual 75 2, 169 | Sometimes the spirit of prophecy is ~lacking to the prophet, 76 2, 169 | which are ~manifested by prophecy, is God Himself, Whom the 77 2, 169 | that, properly ~speaking, prophecy is not a habit.~Aquin.: 78 2, 169 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~However, prophecy may be reduced to a passion, 79 2, 169 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy is only about future contingencies?~ 80 2, 169 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prophecy is only about future contingencies. ~ 81 2, 169 | Prol. super Psalt. i] that "prophecy is a Divine ~inspiration 82 2, 169 | 1 Cor. 12, the grace of prophecy is ~differentiated from 83 2, 169 | seems that the object of prophecy is not connected with any ~ 84 2, 169 | A[2]). Therefore, if one prophecy is about ~future contingencies, 85 2, 169 | are different species of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 86 2, 169 | made manifest." ~Therefore prophecy is not about future contingencies 87 2, 169 | elevated." Moreover his prophecy ~contains matters referring 88 2, 169 | Para. 2/4~Since, however, prophecy is about things remote from 89 2, 169 | more pertinent they are to prophecy. Of such things there are 90 2, 169 | belongs most properly to prophecy, and from this prophecy ~ 91 2, 169 | prophecy, and from this prophecy ~apparently takes its name. 92 2, 169 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Prophecy is there defined according 93 2, 169 | things that are the matter of prophecy have the ~common aspect 94 2, 169 | gives unity of species to prophecy, although the ~things prophetically 95 2, 169 | perfect" (Dt. 32:4). Now prophecy is a ~"Divine revelation," 96 2, 169 | all possible matters of prophecy were ~revealed prophetically, 97 2, 169 | all possible matters of prophecy are revealed ~to the prophet.~ 98 2, 169 | Divine light which causes prophecy is more powerful ~than the 99 2, 169 | prophet knows all matters of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 100 2, 169 | sometimes the ~spirit of prophecy indicates the present to 101 2, 169 | not know all matters of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 102 2, 169 | all possible matters ~of prophecy; but each one knows some 103 2, 169 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Prophecy is by way of being something 104 2, 169 | of those things to which prophecy is ~directed.~Aquin.: SMT 105 2, 169 | known in Himself through prophecy; wherefore the comparison 106 2, 169 | dreams of her own soul." Now prophecy ~is a Divine revelation, 107 2, 169 | he says by the spirit of prophecy, from what he ~says by his 108 2, 169 | has through the ~spirit of prophecy from what he sees otherwise.~ 109 2, 169 | Therefore he that has prophecy by a Divine light is much 110 2, 169 | imperfect in the ~genus of prophecy. It is thus that we are 111 2, 169 | prophetically can be ~false. For prophecy is about future contingencies, 112 2, 169 | Therefore the matter of prophecy can be false.~Aquin.: SMT 113 2, 169 | Therefore the matter of prophecy can be ~false.~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 169 | But if the matter of a ~prophecy cannot be false, the following 115 2, 169 | this is unfitting, for then prophecy would not be about contingencies. 116 2, 169 | untrue that the matter of prophecy cannot ~be false.~Aquin.: 117 2, 169 | Prol. in Psalt. i] that "prophecy is ~a Divine inspiration 118 2, 169 | truth." Now the truth of prophecy would not be invariable, 119 2, 169 | nothing false can come under ~prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 120 2, 169 | been said (AA[1],3,5), ~prophecy is a kind of knowledge impressed 121 2, 169 | in Daniel ~ii, 10] that "prophecy is the seal of the Divine 122 2, 169 | nothing false ~can come under prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] A[ 123 2, 169 | to one thing. Wherefore prophecy also, which is an "impressed ~ 124 2, 169 | otherwise than foretold. Yet the prophecy does not cover a falsehood, 125 2, 169 | for ~the meaning of the prophecy is that inferior causes, 126 2, 169 | Since the same truth of prophecy is the same as the truth ~ 127 2, 170 | Para. 1/1 - OF THE CAUSE OF PROPHECY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 128 2, 170 | now consider the cause of prophecy. Under this head there are ~ 129 2, 170 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether prophecy is natural?~(2) Whether 130 2, 170 | disposition is requisite for prophecy?~(4) Whether a good life 131 2, 170 | requisite?~(5) Whether any prophecy is from the demons?~(6) 132 2, 170 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy can be natural?~Aquin.: 133 2, 170 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prophecy can be natural. For Gregory 134 2, 170 | 2]. Now this pertains to prophecy. Therefore the soul can ~ 135 2, 170 | Therefore the soul can ~acquire prophecy naturally.~Aquin.: SMT SS 136 2, 170 | and of such things is ~prophecy. Therefore prophecy comes 137 2, 170 | is ~prophecy. Therefore prophecy comes from nature. ~Aquin.: 138 2, 170 | written (Prov. 29:18): "When prophecy shall fail, ~the people 139 2, 170 | wherefore it is evident that ~prophecy is necessary for the stability 140 2, 170 | Therefore it ~seems that prophecy is from nature.~Aquin.: 141 2, 170 | written (2 Pt. 1:21): "For prophecy came not by ~the will of 142 2, 170 | the Holy Ghost." Therefore prophecy comes not from nature, but 143 2, 170 | Secondly, because the ~former prophecy is "according to the unchangeable 144 2, 170 | latter, properly belongs to prophecy, ~because, as stated above ( 145 2, 170 | Consequently we must say that ~prophecy strictly so called cannot 146 2, 170 | Divine grace by inspiring the prophecy assists man still more. ~ 147 2, 170 | human ~acts; and in this way prophecy is requisite for the government 148 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, prophecy is reckoned among the gratuitous 149 2, 170 | in Psalt. i] says that prophecy is a ~"Divine revelation": 150 2, 170 | angelic revelation. Therefore prophecy is not bestowed by ~means 151 2, 170 | form an impression; whereas prophecy is ~a perfection of the 152 2, 170 | disposition is requisite for prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 153 2, 170 | disposition is requisite for ~prophecy. For prophecy is received 154 2, 170 | requisite for ~prophecy. For prophecy is received by the prophet 155 2, 170 | natural disposition. Therefore prophecy ~requires a natural disposition.~ 156 2, 170 | Further, the considerations of prophecy are more lofty than those ~ 157 2, 170 | for the contemplation of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 158 2, 170 | Now the considerations of prophecy are hindered by ~an accidental 159 2, 170 | natural indisposition hinder prophecy; and thus it would ~seem 160 2, 170 | disposition is requisite for prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 161 2, 170 | him a ~prophet." Therefore prophecy requires no previous disposition, 162 2, 170 | As stated above (A[1]), prophecy in its true and exact ~sense 163 2, 170 | natural cause is not called prophecy except in a relative sense. 164 2, 170 | as to dispose a ~soul for prophecy and give it the prophetic 165 2, 170 | OBJ 1: It matters not to prophecy by what comparisons the 166 2, 170 | in him incompatible ~with prophecy, it is removed by the Divine 167 2, 170 | God Who is the cause of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 168 2, 170 | which is the cause of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 169 2, 170 | good life is requisite for prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 170 2, 170 | good life is requisite for prophecy. For it ~is written (Wis. 171 2, 170 | sanctifying grace. ~Therefore prophecy cannot be without a good 172 2, 170 | charity. ~Therefore seemingly prophecy cannot be without charity; 173 2, 170 | evident that the gift of ~prophecy is from God. Therefore the 174 2, 170 | God. Therefore the gift of prophecy is vouchsafed only ~to the 175 2, 170 | 2 Tim. 2:19). Therefore prophecy can be in ~those who are 176 2, 170 | without goodness of life. Now ~prophecy can be without charity; 177 2, 170 | their respective acts: for prophecy pertains to the ~intellect, 178 2, 170 | Apostle (1 Cor. 13) reckons ~prophecy with other things pertinent 179 2, 170 | their respective ends. For ~prophecy like other gratuitous graces 180 2, 170 | purpose of charity. Therefore ~prophecy can be without a good life, 181 2, 170 | life is an ~obstacle to prophecy. For prophecy requires the 182 2, 170 | obstacle to prophecy. For prophecy requires the mind to be 183 2, 170 | hindrance to the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 184 2, 170 | 1: Sometimes the gift of prophecy is given to a man both for ~ 185 2, 170 | however, ~receive the gift of prophecy merely for the good of others. 186 2, 170 | of Christians." And since prophecy is ~directed to the good 187 2, 170 | God grants the gift of ~prophecy to those whom He judges 188 2, 170 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any prophecy comes from the demons?~Aquin.: 189 2, 170 | 1: It would seem that no prophecy comes from the demons. For ~ 190 2, 170 | comes from the demons. For ~prophecy is "a Divine revelation," 191 2, 170 | not Divine. Therefore no ~prophecy can be from a demon.~Aquin.: 192 2, 170 | 119], A[3]. ~Therefore no prophecy can come from the demons.~ 193 2, 170 | betokens contraries. Now ~prophecy is a sign in confirmation 194 2, 170 | gloss on Rm. ~12:6, "Either prophecy to be used according to 195 2, 170 | the graces, he begins with prophecy, which is ~the first proof 196 2, 170 | prophesied." Therefore prophecy cannot be ~bestowed by the 197 2, 170 | seem ~that there is also a prophecy from the demons.~Aquin.: 198 2, 170 | stated above (Q[171], A[1]), prophecy denotes ~knowledge far removed 199 2, 170 | Body Para. 2/2~Accordingly prophecy, properly and simply, is 200 2, 170 | the demons may be ~called prophecy in a restricted sense. Wherefore 201 2, 170 | Cassiodorus is here defining prophecy in its proper and ~simple 202 2, 170 | speech; and in this way this prophecy differs from true prophecy.~ 203 2, 170 | prophecy differs from true prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 204 2, 170 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The prophecy of the demons can be distinguished 205 2, 170 | distinguished from Divine ~prophecy by certain, and even outward, 206 2, 171 | from the sense?~(4) Whether prophecy is always accompanied by 207 2, 171 | void in ~heaven; whereas "prophecy is made void" (1 Cor. 13: 208 2, 171 | 1 Cor. 13:8). Therefore prophecy ~is not conveyed by a vision 209 2, 171 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, Prophecy denotes Divine knowledge 210 2, 171 | Further, by the gift of prophecy the Holy Ghost endows man 211 2, 171 | Para. 3/7~Now the gift of prophecy confers on the human mind 212 2, 171 | holds the chief place in prophecy, ~since judgment is the 213 2, 171 | imperfect in the genus of prophecy. Wherefore some [*Rabbi ~ 214 2, 171 | from the ~senses. Therefore prophecy is always accompanied by 215 2, 171 | subject to the. spirit of ~prophecy, i.e. to the prophetic gift.~ 216 2, 171 | things, ~had not the gift of prophecy, unless the mind was brought 217 2, 171 | 2: Further, the light of prophecy surpasses the light of natural ~ 218 2, 171 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, prophecy is directed for man's enlightenment; 219 2, 171 | this belongs ~properly to prophecy; whereas when he is moved, 220 2, 171 | it, ~this is not perfect prophecy, but a prophetic instinct. 221 2, 172 | 1/1 - OF THE DIVISION OF PROPHECY (SIX ARTICLES)~We must now 222 2, 172 | consider the division of prophecy, and under this head there ~ 223 2, 172 | inquiry:~(1) The division of prophecy into its species;~(2) Whether 224 2, 172 | Whether the more excellent prophecy is that which is without ~ 225 2, 172 | The various degrees of prophecy;~(4) Whether Moses was the 226 2, 172 | be a prophet?~(6) Whether prophecy advanced in perfection as 227 2, 172 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophecy is fittingly divided into 228 2, 172 | fittingly divided into the prophecy of divine ~predestination, 229 2, 172 | OBJ 1: It would seem that prophecy is unfittingly divided according 230 2, 172 | stated that "one kind of prophecy proceeds from the Divine ~ 231 2, 172 | one in question. ~Another prophecy proceeds from God's foreknowledge: 232 2, 172 | will enters. And another prophecy is called denunciation, 233 2, 172 | which results from every ~prophecy should not be reckoned a 234 2, 172 | not be reckoned a part of prophecy. Now all prophecy is ~according 235 2, 172 | part of prophecy. Now all prophecy is ~according to the Divine 236 2, 172 | Therefore it would ~seem that prophecy according to foreknowledge 237 2, 172 | be reckoned a ~species of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 238 2, 172 | and this pertains to the ~prophecy of denunciation, and afterwards 239 2, 172 | continues in reference ~to the prophecy of promise (Jer. 18:9,10): " 240 2, 172 | there is reckoned to be a prophecy of denunciation, so ~should 241 2, 172 | denunciation, so ~should there be a prophecy of promise.~Aquin.: SMT 242 2, 172 | There are seven kinds of ~prophecy. The first is an ecstasy, 243 2, 172 | objects. Now the object of prophecy is something known ~by God 244 2, 172 | difference of such things, prophecy is divided into various 245 2, 172 | cause: and thus we have the prophecy of "denunciation," which 246 2, 172 | and of such things is the prophecy of "predestination," since, ~ 247 2, 172 | free-will, and of such is the prophecy of "foreknowledge." This 248 2, 172 | which does not apply to the prophecy of ~predestination, since 249 2, 172 | assigns only two species to prophecy, namely of ~"foreknowledge," 250 2, 172 | is reckoned a species ~of prophecy. But in so far as it is 251 2, 172 | common to ~every species of prophecy. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 252 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The prophecy of promise is included in 253 2, 172 | promise is included in the prophecy of ~denunciation, because 254 2, 172 | Reply OBJ 3: Isidore divides prophecy according to the manner 255 2, 172 | he reckons three kinds of prophecy, because a ~sensible sign 256 2, 172 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prophecy which is accompanied by 257 2, 172 | It would seem that the prophecy which has intellective and ~ 258 2, 172 | Therefore this kind of prophecy is more excellent.~Aquin.: 259 2, 172 | Therefore apparently the prophecy ~that extends to the imagination 260 2, 172 | most excellent manner of prophecy is when a man prophesies 261 2, 172 | the ~end. Now the end of prophecy is the manifestation of 262 2, 172 | the more excellent the prophecy. But it is evident that ~ 263 2, 172 | Hence it follows that ~the prophecy whereby a supernatural truth 264 2, 172 | commendation of David's ~prophecy (2 Kgs. 23:3): "The strong 265 2, 172 | has only ~one, because his prophecy is more perfect; and it 266 2, 172 | above. Nevertheless the prophecy in which the ~bare intelligible 267 2, 172 | intelligible truth. Wherefore prophecy is all the more excellent ~ 268 2, 172 | knowledge. In like manner prophecy implies a certain ~obscurity, 269 2, 172 | And yet the more excellent prophecy is that which is conveyed 270 2, 172 | reason, such intellectual prophecy is beneath that which is ~ 271 2, 172 | truth. It was ~this kind of prophecy that all those had who are 272 2, 172 | 1~Whether the degrees of prophecy can be distinguished according 273 2, 172 | seem that the degrees of prophecy cannot be ~distinguished 274 2, 172 | something else. Now, in prophecy, intellectual vision is ~ 275 2, 172 | seem that the ~degrees of prophecy are distinguished not according 276 2, 172 | there is one degree of ~prophecy. Now one prophet receives 277 2, 172 | entail a ~difference of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 278 2, 172 | Prolog. ~Hieron. in Psalt.], prophecy consists of words, deeds, 279 2, 172 | Therefore the degrees of prophecy should not be distinguished ~ 280 2, 172 | Therefore the degrees of ~prophecy should be distinguished 281 2, 172 | above (Q[173], A[2]), the prophecy wherein, by ~the intelligible 282 2, 172 | holds the mean between the prophecy wherein a ~supernatural 283 2, 172 | knowledge ~is more proper to prophecy than is action; wherefore 284 2, 172 | wherefore the lowest degree of ~prophecy is when a man, by an inward 285 2, 172 | loosed." The second degree of prophecy is when a man is enlightened 286 2, 172 | two degrees are beneath prophecy properly so called, ~because 287 2, 172 | supernatural truth. The prophecy wherein ~supernatural truth 288 2, 172 | belongs to a higher degree of prophecy, since the prophetic light ~ 289 2, 172 | Secondly ~the degrees of this prophecy are differentiated according 290 2, 172 | to be a higher degree of prophecy when the prophet, ~whether 291 2, 172 | 26). In ~such like signs prophecy would seem to be the more 292 2, 172 | a still higher degree of prophecy when a prophet ~not only 293 2, 172 | the height of a degree of prophecy may be measured according 294 2, 172 | it is a higher degree of prophecy, ~if he who speaks or shows 295 2, 172 | there is a third kind of prophecy, wherein ~an intelligible 296 2, 172 | goes beyond the bounds of prophecy properly so ~called, as 297 2, 172 | consequently the degrees of ~prophecy are properly distinguished 298 2, 172 | stated above (Q[171], A[2]), prophecy is by way, not of ~an abiding 299 2, 172 | something consequent ~upon prophecy, as stated above (Q[171], 300 2, 172 | A[3]; Q[171], A[1]), in prophecy we may consider not only ~ 301 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophecy of David approaches near 302 2, 172 | Whether there is a degree of prophecy in the blessed?~Aquin.: 303 2, 172 | that there is a degree of prophecy in the blessed. ~For, as 304 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, prophecy is a "divine revelation." 305 2, 172 | voice from the earth in prophecy to blot out the wickedness 306 2, 172 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Prophecy denotes vision of some supernatural 307 2, 172 | entirely lose ~the character of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 308 2, 172 | has not the character of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 309 2, 172 | Consequently the notion of prophecy is not applicable ~to Him 310 2, 172 | pertains to the ~nature of prophecy. It is not the same with 311 2, 172 | 1~Whether the degrees of prophecy change as time goes on?~ 312 2, 172 | seem that the degrees of prophecy change as time goes ~on. 313 2, 172 | change as time goes ~on. For prophecy is directed to the knowledge 314 2, 172 | on." Therefore degrees of prophecy ~should be distinguished 315 2, 172 | course of time the degree of prophecy made progress.~Aquin.: SMT 316 2, 172 | and afterwards the gift of prophecy was in ~Christ's disciples 317 2, 172 | course of time the degree of prophecy advanced.~Aquin.: SMT SS 318 2, 172 | other prophets. Therefore prophecy did ~not advance in degree 319 2, 172 | As stated above (A[2]), prophecy is directed to the ~knowledge 320 2, 172 | Accordingly, if we speak ~of prophecy as directed to the Godhead 321 2, 172 | written (Prov. 29:18), "When prophecy shall ~fail, the people 322 2, 172 | persons having ~the spirit of prophecy, not indeed for the declaration 323 2, 173 | A[2]) of the light of prophecy; and in this way that light 324 2, 173 | rapture pertains somewhat to prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 325 2, 174 | this gift and the grace of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 326 2, 174 | excellent than the grace of prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 327 2, 174 | excellent than the ~grace of prophecy. For, seemingly, better 328 2, 174 | marvel to all time": whereas ~prophecy is more pertinent to the 329 2, 174 | excellent than the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 330 2, 174 | directed to God, whereas by prophecy he is directed to ~man; 331 2, 174 | excellent than the gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 332 2, 174 | not so with the gift of prophecy, as stated above (Q[171], 333 2, 174 | excellent than the ~gift of prophecy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[176] A[ 334 2, 174 | seem to be ~contained under prophecy, because the Scriptures 335 2, 174 | excellent than the gift of ~prophecy, particularly as regards 336 2, 174 | answer that, The gift of prophecy surpasses the gift of tongues, 337 2, 174 | A[2]) that the gift of prophecy consists in the mind itself 338 2, 174 | 174], A[2]), so also is prophecy more excellent than the ~ 339 2, 174 | Secondly, because the gift of ~prophecy regards the knowledge of 340 2, 174 | Thirdly, because the gift of prophecy is more profitable. The 341 2, 174 | Cor. 14); first, because prophecy is more ~profitable to the 342 2, 174 | pertains to the gift of prophecy, his own mind would not 343 2, 174 | belongs to the ~excellence of prophecy that a man is not only enlightened 344 2, 174 | Reply OBJ 2: By the gift of prophecy man is directed to God in 345 2, 174 | On the ~other hand, by prophecy a man is directed both to 346 2, 174 | reducible to the gift of ~prophecy, inasmuch as the mind is 347 2, 175 | 2: Further, the grace of prophecy is greater than the grace 348 2, 175 | than its utterance. ~But prophecy is granted to women, as 349 2, 175 | Reply OBJ 2: The grace of prophecy consists in God enlightening 350 2, 176 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as prophecy extends to whatever can 351 3, 7 | Whether in Christ there was prophecy?~(9) Whether there was the 352 3, 7 | Christ there was the gift of prophecy?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[7] A[8] 353 3, 7 | there was not the gift of prophecy. ~For prophecy implies a 354 3, 7 | the gift of prophecy. ~For prophecy implies a certain obscure 355 3, 7 | Therefore we ought not to admit prophecy in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 356 3, 7 | what is not possessed, so prophecy has to do with what is not 357 3, 7 | above ~(AA[3],4). Hence prophecy also ought not to be admitted 358 3, 7 | this does not pertain to prophecy, since they nowise touch 359 3, 7 | belongs to the nature of prophecy; but the ~comparison is 360 3, 7 | the ~one who hopes; but prophecy is of such things as are 361 3, 7 | Christ's ~beatitude; but prophecy is not.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 362 3, 11 | of wisdom or the gift of prophecy, or any other gift ~of the 363 3, 27 | of miracles and even of ~prophecy, just as Christ had them. 364 3, 27 | Christ. As to the use of prophecy, it is clear that she had ~ 365 3, 30 | Conception was foretold by a prophecy of "predestination," which ~ 366 3, 30 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophecy of predestination is fulfilled 367 3, 30 | says (De Annunt. iii) that prophecy ~is more excellent if accompanied 368 3, 31 | Christ reigned contrary ~to prophecy, for He did not reign with 369 3, 35 | of a foreigner, ~that the prophecy of Jacob might be fulfilled ( 370 3, 36 | through the spirit ~of prophecy, a certain familiarity with 371 3, 36 | star and the ~authority of prophecy revealed." Thus they "proclaim" 372 3, 43 | Lord the object of their prophecy, and gave Him great glory . ~. . 373 3, 60 | heareth the words of the prophecy ~of this book: if any man 374 Suppl, 37| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the prophecy of the Psalms is the most 375 Suppl, 37| tongues" to the psalmist; "prophecy" to ~the reader; and the " 376 Suppl, 39| 1 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: Prophecy is not a sacrament but a 377 Suppl, 39| can receive the gift ~of prophecy and the like, but not the 378 Suppl, 93| not even the spirit of prophecy touches the heart of the 379 Suppl, 96| the damned ~belongs to the prophecy of commination. Now the 380 Suppl, 96| of commination. Now the prophecy of commination ~is not always 381 Suppl, 96| them. ~Nevertheless the prophecy of commination is always


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