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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | 10) Whether the Sacred Scripture of this doctrine may be 2 1, 1 | written (2 Tim. 3:16): "All Scripture, inspired ~of God is profitable 3 1, 1 | instruct in ~justice." Now Scripture, inspired of God, is no 4 1, 1 | revelation, on which this sacred scripture or doctrine is ~based, has 5 1, 1 | 1~On the contrary, Holy Scripture speaks of it as one science: " 6 1, 1 | Therefore, because ~Sacred Scripture considers things precisely 7 1, 1 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Scripture says that a bishop should " 8 1, 1 | objections. Hence Sacred Scripture, since it has no science 9 1, 1 | Only ~those books of Scripture which are called canonical 10 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether Holy Scripture should use metaphors?~Aquin.: 11 1, 1 | OBJ 1: It seems that Holy Scripture should not use metaphors. 12 1, 1 | metaphorically in one part of ~Scripture, in other parts are taught 13 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether in Holy Scripture a word may have several 14 1, 1 | Nevertheless, nothing of Holy Scripture perishes on account of this, ~ 15 1, 1 | elsewhere put forward by the Scripture in its literal sense.~Aquin.: 16 1, 1 | the truth of one text of ~Scripture is shown not to contradict 17 1, 1 | the literal sense. When Scripture ~speaks of God's arm, the 18 1, 3 | three dimensions. But Holy Scripture attributes the three dimensions 19 1, 3 | corporeal parts is a body. Now Scripture ~attributes corporeal parts 20 1, 3 | are attributed to God in Scripture on ~account of His actions, 21 1, 3 | the form of ~the body. But Scripture attributes a soul to God; 22 1, 3 | are attributed to God in Scripture: "The Lord was exceeding ~ 23 1, 9 | these ~are said of God in Scripture, "Draw nigh to God and He 24 1, 9 | things are said of God in Scripture metaphorically. ~For as 25 1, 10 | incorporeal, is named in Scripture ~metaphorically by corporeal 26 1, 10 | time are applied to God in ~Scripture. Therefore God is not eternal.~ 27 1, 10 | things are called eternal ~in Scripture because of the length of 28 1, 12 | similitude; as in the divine Scripture divine ~things are metaphorically 29 1, 17 | for an idol is called in Scripture a lie, ~"They have laid 30 1, 19 | unless He wills it, as the Scripture ~says (Wis. 11:26). But 31 1, 23 | all the warnings of Holy Scripture, exhorting us to prayer ~ 32 1, 23 | also is the authority of ~Scripture. For it is said: "But the 33 1, 27 | 2~I answer that, Divine Scripture uses, in relation to God, 34 1, 27 | begotten, and Son. Hence Scripture employs terms which ~denote 35 1, 29 | found applied to God in ~Scripture, either in the Old or New 36 1, 29 | of God in many places of Scripture; as ~that He is the supreme 37 1, 29 | very terms ~themselves of Scripture, it would follow that no 38 1, 29 | astray ~from the sense of Scripture. The Apostle warns us to 39 1, 32 | taught to us by the Holy Scripture." But Holy Scripture does 40 1, 32 | Holy Scripture." But Holy Scripture does not say ~anything concerning 41 1, 32 | are not mentioned in Holy Scripture, ~yet the persons are mentioned, 42 1, 32 | follows that ~the divine Scripture would be false. Concerning 43 1, 35 | found in the canonical ~Scripture except as applied to the 44 1, 36 | oracles." But in the Sacred Scripture we ~are not told that the 45 1, 36 | which is not found ~in Holy Scripture either explicitly or implicitly. 46 1, 36 | verbally expressed in Holy Scripture that the Holy Ghost proceeds ~ 47 1, 36 | find it in the sense of Scripture, especially ~where the Son 48 1, 36 | is also a rule of Holy ~Scripture that whatever is said of 49 1, 41 | is from nothing. But in Scripture the Son ~is called a creature; 50 1, 41 | Nor is it inconsistent for Scripture in one text to speak of 51 1, 41 | the sense of this text of Scripture (De Synod.). The ~other 52 1, 50 | spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture is called ~angel; secondly, 53 1, 50 | the teachings of Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing 54 1, 51 | that all that we read in Scripture of apparitions of angels ~ 55 1, 51 | contrary to the intent of Scripture; for whatever is beheld 56 1, 51 | by everybody. Yet Divine Scripture from time to time ~introduces 57 1, 51 | body. For as in the Sacred Scripture the properties of ~intelligible 58 1, 51 | many passages of Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed 59 1, 51 | things to be set forth in Scripture under sensible figures, 60 1, 51 | the daughters of men the Scripture designates those who sprang ~ 61 1, 57 | Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture describes some heavenly 62 1, 58 | many ~passages of Sacred Scripture. Therefore it seems that 63 1, 63 | contradiction with the authority of ~Scripture - for it is said of the 64 1, 63 | OBJ 1: Sometimes in Holy Scripture spiritual instantaneous ~ 65 1, 63 | turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, however, the ~names of 66 1, 64 | the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which declares that demons 67 1, 65 | production of which, as Holy Scripture makes ~mention, three works 68 1, 65 | because it is contrary to Scripture, which, after narrating 69 1, 66 | work of distinction Holy Scripture ~enumerates several kinds 70 1, 66 | the words "Spirit of God" ~Scripture usually means the Holy Ghost, 71 1, 67 | beginning of Genesis Holy Scripture records the ~institution 72 1, 68 | is, to ~hold the truth of Scripture without wavering. The second 73 1, 68 | second is that since ~Holy Scripture can be explained in a multiplicity 74 1, 68 | to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be exposed to the ridicule 75 1, 68 | that, "These words of ~Scripture have more authority than 76 1, 68 | to be the sense of Holy Scripture. It should rather be ~considered 77 1, 68 | must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold 78 1, 69 | contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT FP 79 1, 69 | respect of these ~three Scripture mentions three kinds of 80 1, 69 | of land and sea. Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses 81 1, 69 | lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~Scripture does not say of the work 82 1, 69 | and that for this reason Scripture ~had no reason to speak 83 1, 69 | and thus ~drying the land. Scripture, however, attributes it 84 1, 69 | view by the authority of Scripture, for it is said (Gn. 2:4, 85 1, 69 | government of the universe. And Scripture indicates this in the words, ~" 86 1, 69 | production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~" 87 1, 70 | fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture says: "He set them in the ~ 88 1, 70 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 89 1, 70 | recapitulating the Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the 90 1, 70 | producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does not say: "Let the firmament ~ 91 1, 70 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 92 1, 71 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 93 1, 72 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 94 1, 72 | the various ways in which ~Scripture speaks of them, as Basil 95 1, 72 | intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, does not call 96 1, 73 | according to our version of the Scripture, the completion of the ~ 97 1, 74 | modes of speaking which Scripture uses in narrating ~the works 98 1, 74 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express 99 1, 74 | OBJ 1: It would seem the Scripture does not use suitable words 100 1, 74 | under the word, "earth," ~Scripture is accustomed to include 101 1, 74 | second. Or it may be that Scripture does not use these words 102 1, 74 | according to the custom of Scripture, in which these things are ~ 103 1, 41 | is from nothing. But in Scripture the Son ~is called a creature; 104 1, 41 | Nor is it inconsistent for Scripture in one text to speak of 105 1, 41 | the sense of this text of Scripture (De Synod.). The ~other 106 1, 51 | spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture is called ~angel; secondly, 107 1, 51 | the teachings of Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing 108 1, 52 | that all that we read in Scripture of apparitions of angels ~ 109 1, 52 | contrary to the intent of Scripture; for whatever is beheld 110 1, 52 | by everybody. Yet Divine Scripture from time to time ~introduces 111 1, 52 | body. For as in the Sacred Scripture the properties of ~intelligible 112 1, 52 | many passages of Sacred Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed 113 1, 52 | things to be set forth in Scripture under sensible figures, 114 1, 52 | the daughters of men the Scripture designates those who sprang ~ 115 1, 58 | Hier. vii) that "Sacred Scripture describes some heavenly 116 1, 59 | many ~passages of Sacred Scripture. Therefore it seems that 117 1, 64 | contradiction with the authority of ~Scripture - for it is said of the 118 1, 64 | OBJ 1: Sometimes in Holy Scripture spiritual instantaneous ~ 119 1, 64 | turned to evil. In the Sacred Scripture, however, the ~names of 120 1, 65 | the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which declares that demons 121 1, 66 | production of which, as Holy Scripture makes ~mention, three works 122 1, 66 | because it is contrary to Scripture, which, after narrating 123 1, 67 | work of distinction Holy Scripture ~enumerates several kinds 124 1, 67 | the words "Spirit of God" ~Scripture usually means the Holy Ghost, 125 1, 68 | beginning of Genesis Holy Scripture records the ~institution 126 1, 69 | is, to ~hold the truth of Scripture without wavering. The second 127 1, 69 | second is that since ~Holy Scripture can be explained in a multiplicity 128 1, 69 | to be false; lest Holy ~Scripture be exposed to the ridicule 129 1, 69 | 5) that, "These words of Scripture have more authority than 130 1, 69 | to be the sense of Holy Scripture. It should rather be ~considered 131 1, 69 | must be ~borne in mind that Scripture speaks of heaven in a threefold 132 1, 70 | contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT FP 133 1, 70 | respect of these ~three Scripture mentions three kinds of 134 1, 70 | of land and sea. Hence Scripture, having clearly expresses 135 1, 70 | lit. ii, 7,8; iii, 20], ~Scripture does not say of the work 136 1, 70 | and that for this reason Scripture ~had no reason to speak 137 1, 70 | and thus ~drying the land. Scripture, however, attributes it 138 1, 70 | view by the authority of Scripture, for it is said (Gn. 2:4, 139 1, 70 | government of the universe. And Scripture indicates this in the words, ~" 140 1, 70 | production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says pointedly (Gn. 1:11): ~" 141 1, 71 | fixed in the earth. For, the Scripture says: "He set them in the ~ 142 1, 71 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 143 1, 71 | recapitulating the Divine works, Scripture says (Gn. ~2:1): "So the 144 1, 71 | producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does not say: "Let the firmament ~ 145 1, 71 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 146 1, 71 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 147 1, 71 | Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[72] A[ 148 1, 71 | the various ways in which ~Scripture speaks of them, as Basil 149 1, 71 | intelligent in certain ways). Scripture, ~therefore, does not call 150 1, 72 | according to our version of the Scripture, the completion of the ~ 151 1, 73 | modes of speaking which Scripture uses in narrating ~the works 152 1, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Scripture uses suitable words to express 153 1, 73 | OBJ 1: It would seem the Scripture does not use suitable words 154 1, 73 | under the word, "earth," ~Scripture is accustomed to include 155 1, 73 | second. Or it may be that Scripture does not use these words 156 1, 73 | according to the custom of Scripture, in which these things are ~ 157 1, 88 | by ~the Jews as canonical Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 158 1, 89 | may believe, if neither Scripture nor reason forbid, that 159 1, 90 | Of the other elements, Scripture makes no mention, ~because 160 1, 90 | such as ~those to whom the Scripture was immediately addressed.~ 161 1, 90 | fittingly described in ~Scripture?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 162 1, 90 | fittingly described in Scripture. For, as the human body 163 1, 90 | contrary, Is the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[91] A[ 164 1, 90 | describing man's production, Scripture uses a special way of speaking, 165 1, 90 | excluded by the ~very words of Scripture. For we read farther on, " 166 1, 90 | there expressed; therefore Scripture ~says that the breath of 167 1, 91 | woman to be made, as the Scripture ~says, as a "helper" to 168 1, 92 | likeness, but ~imperfect. And Scripture implies the same when it 169 1, 92 | also asserts that, when Scripture says that "man was made ~ 170 1, 92 | thirdly, because in that case ~Scripture should not have mentioned 171 1, 92 | must understand that when ~Scripture had said, "to the image 172 1, 97 | not ~the case according to Scripture (Gn. 4:1).~Aquin.: SMT FP 173 1, 98 | have it on the authority of Scripture that "God made man right" ~( 174 1, 101 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Scripture mentions four rivers as 175 1, 101 | occurred." For whatever Scripture tells us about paradise 176 1, 101 | of history; and wherever Scripture makes use of this method, 177 1, 104 | For this ~reason in Holy Scripture the operations of nature 178 1, 107 | is the authority of Holy Scripture wherein they are so ~named. 179 1, 107 | found in many places of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 180 2, 2 | like to God: hence also in Scripture they are called "gods" ( 181 2, 4 | promises contained in Holy Scripture, ~are to be understood metaphorically, 182 2, 4 | metaphorically, inasmuch as Scripture is wont to ~express spiritual 183 2, 4 | frequently designated by Scripture under the name of ~"glory." 184 2, 26 | Civ. ~Dei xiv, 7) the holy Scripture uses both words in reference 185 2, 61 | in Ethic. x, 7, and as ~Scripture often admonishes us - for 186 2, 68 | guided by the way in which Scripture expresses itself, for we ~ 187 2, 98 | immediately. ~Accordingly when Scripture states that "He spoke to 188 2, 102 | metaphorical expressions in Scripture ~belongs to the literal 189 2, 103 | because in the canonical ~Scripture (viz. Gal. 2:11), wherein 190 2, 113 | it would be enough if ~Scripture warned us thus: "'My son, 191 2, 11 | false interpretations of ~Scripture. Moreover a man professes 192 2, 23 | 1/1~On the contrary, In Scripture, charity is compared to 193 2, 31 | warned his brethren, though Scripture does not say so. ~Or we 194 2, 42 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 195 2, 83 | of sacrifices. Nor does Scripture mention all the ~sacrifices 196 2, 84 | is called a ~"victim in Scripture according to Heb. 13:16, " 197 2, 87 | adduces the authority of Holy Scripture; and another to ~implore 198 2, 87 | is sometimes spoken of by Scripture as swearing, in order to ~ 199 2, 89 | us on the authority of ~Scripture. Therefore it would seem 200 2, 93 | the devil, and ~styled by Scripture under the name of Samuel, 201 2, 94 | quoted says: "Note that Scripture does not commend ~everything 202 2, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Scripture never blames a man for ceasing 203 2, 108 | Gospel or in any canonical Scripture, or that the ~writers thereof 204 2, 109 | so, in which sense Sacred Scripture is wont to ~use the term, 205 2, 120 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 206 2, 120 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 207 2, 120 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 208 2, 120 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 209 2, 120 | stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[122] A[ 210 2, 122 | voluntarily. Since, however, Scripture contains no proof ~of this, 211 2, 145 | the authorities of Holy Scripture, nor found among ~the ordinances 212 2, 162 | are suitably ~appointed in Scripture?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] A[ 213 2, 162 | unsuitably appointed in Scripture. For that which would have ~ 214 2, 162 | of all ascribed to God in Scripture, according ~to Ps. 144:9, " 215 2, 168 | stands the authority of Scripture in the decalogue (Ex. ~20: 216 2, 168 | suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[170] A[ 217 2, 172 | the Church to be Canonical Scripture; Cf. FP, Q[89], A[8], ad ~ 218 2, 187 | like." ~Consequently Holy Scripture invites us to vow these 219 2, 187 | these things. But Holy ~Scripture invites us only to that 220 3, 1 | revealed in the Sacred ~Scripture, in which the Divine Will 221 3, 1 | everywhere in the Sacred Scripture the sin of the first man 222 3, 2 | Monach. Aegyptii): "The ~Scripture does not affirm that this 223 3, 5 | counter to the authority of Scripture, in which our ~Lord makes 224 3, 7 | beyond all others. And hence Scripture attributes to Him the fulness 225 3, 16 | distinguish what is said by Scripture in reference to the form 226 3, 20 | without reason that ~the Scripture mentions both, that the 227 3, 22 | are not supplied by Holy Scripture. And this it is ~that, as 228 3, 24 | way of speaking in Holy ~Scripture, by which things are said 229 3, 25 | delivered ~unto you." But Scripture does not lay down anything 230 3, 27 | assumed into heaven, and yet Scripture ~does not relate this; so 231 3, 27 | others, not mentioned by Scripture, were ~sanctified in the 232 3, 28 | has a twofold sense ~in Scripture. For sometimes it indicates 233 3, 28 | His Mother's sister." For "Scripture ~speaks of brethren in four 234 3, 29 | marriage; but ~remember that Scripture is wont to speak of those 235 3, 29 | Be not surprised that Scripture calls Mary a wife. The ~ 236 3, 31 | contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: SMT TP 237 3, 31 | 2 Tim. 3:16), "All Holy Scripture is ~inspired of God [Vulg.: ' 238 3, 31 | inspired of God [Vulg.: 'All scripture inspired of God is profitable'], ~ 239 3, 31 | genealogy, but only those whom Scripture ~censures, so that He who 240 3, 35 | that is not taken from Holy Scripture. But we read nowhere in ~ 241 3, 35 | we read nowhere in ~Holy Scripture that she is the mother or 242 3, 35 | find it said expressly in Scripture that ~the Blessed Virgin 243 3, 35 | find it expressly said ~in Scripture that "Jesus Christ is true 244 3, 35 | Therefore, from the words of Scripture it ~follows of necessity 245 3, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In Holy Scripture the air is sometimes called 246 3, 37 | contrary is the authority of Scripture, in which it is written ~( 247 3, 37 | sight of his mother, when Scripture ~testifies that he had an 248 3, 37 | contrary is the authority of Scripture which relates this as ~having 249 3, 37 | contrary is the authority of Scripture, where it is stated (Lk. ~ 250 3, 38 | contrary is the authority of Scripture (Mt. 3:5,6), which, after ~ 251 3, 38 | certain precepts of Holy Scripture. But there is no precept ~ 252 3, 38 | office by the ~authority of Scripture, saying: "I am the voice 253 3, 39 | the running waters of Holy Scripture, in order to escape the ~ 254 3, 41 | contrary is the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 255 3, 41 | Ambrose says on Lk. 4:13, Scripture would not have said ~that "' 256 3, 42 | be found in the canon ~of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 257 3, 44 | when we have the Divine Scripture": Besides, it ~is dangerous, 258 3, 45 | On the ~Marvels of Holy Scripture. It is not an authentic 259 3, 55 | in ~the meantime, since Scripture is silent, and His dominion 260 3, 55 | receives its surety from Scripture, so ~were the disciples 261 3, 55 | admitted into the Sacred Scripture, the ~whole authority of 262 3, 59 | seems that the authority of Scripture quoted above must be interpreted ~ 263 3, 60 | sensible things: thus in Holy Scripture ~God is signified metaphorically, 264 3, 60 | signified in certain passages of Scripture, so ~also must it be determined 265 3, 60 | than are the words of Holy Scripture. But it is not ~lawful to 266 3, 60 | from, the words of Holy ~Scripture: for it is written (Dt. 267 3, 60 | anything to the words of Holy ~Scripture as regards the sense; but 268 3, 60 | to add even words to Holy Scripture as though such words were 269 3, 64 | delivered to us in Holy ~Scripture. But in the sacraments certain 270 3, 64 | nowhere mentioned in Holy Scripture; for instance, the chrism 271 3, 70 | either from the ~authority of Scripture or from the custom of the 272 3, 71 | in the Faith by the Holy ~Scripture which is read in the church 273 3, 81 | the authority of Sacred Scripture. ~But it is not narrated 274 3, 83 | whatever is contained in Sacred Scripture."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 275 Suppl, 36| be instructed in Sacred Scripture, not the whole, but more 276 Suppl, 52| that in the genealogies of Scripture, and according ~to common 277 Suppl, 66| Since then in canonical Scripture the Apostle says (1 Tim. 278 Suppl, 69| I have not yet ~found Scripture mentioning hell in a favorable 279 Suppl, 72| contrary to the authority of Scripture. Consequently others, ~following 280 Suppl, 72| opposed ~to the authority of Scripture, because it is written ( 281 Suppl, 75| in agreement with Divine Scripture which ~foretells the resurrection 282 Suppl, 76| contrary to the truth of Scripture which ~proclaims the resurrection.~ 283 Suppl, 82| account of the authority of ~Scripture which makes this promise. 284 Suppl, 85| judgment are declared to ~us in Scripture (Mt. 24, Mk. 13, Lk. 21). 285 Suppl, 85| that are to be found in Scripture do not enable us to know ~ 286 Suppl, 85| it may be gathered from Scripture that in all ~probability 287 Suppl, 88| speaking is customary to Scripture), so on the ~other hand 288 Suppl, 89| the authority of canonical scripture, as Augustine declares ( 289 Suppl, 94| however, more in keeping with Scripture to say that it ~is beneath 290 Suppl, 96| many other passages ~Holy Scripture threatens sinners with eternal 291 Appen1, 1| divine ~vision, even as in Scripture the word "fire" is often 292 Appen2, 1| Nothing is clearly stated in Scripture about the ~situation of


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