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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | cred. iii) that "the Old ~Testament has a fourfold division 2 1, 24 | i.e. the Old and New Testament according to a gloss. ~This, 3 1, 24 | and thus the Old and New ~Testament are called a book of life; 4 1, 29 | to us in the Old or New Testament. Therefore "person" is ~ 5 1, 29 | either in the Old or New Testament, nevertheless what the word ~ 6 1, 29 | language of the Old or New Testament. The ~urgency of confuting 7 1, 43 | For the Fathers of the Old Testament had their share ~of grace. 8 1, 43 | was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from 9 1, 43 | in the New or in the Old ~Testament, the visible mission ought 10 1, 43 | signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing 11 1, 43 | to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~the visible mission 12 1, 43 | to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, indeed, cannot be 13 1, 51 | the apparitions in the Old Testament were ordained to that ~one 14 1, 66 | call the God of the Old ~Testament the God of darkness. These 15 1, 43 | For the Fathers of the Old Testament had their share ~of grace. 16 1, 43 | was directed to the Old Testament ~Fathers, as appears from 17 1, 43 | in the New or in the Old ~Testament, the visible mission ought 18 1, 43 | signs of the Old and New Testament, ~wherein certain pre-existing 19 1, 43 | to the fathers of the Old Testament, because ~the visible mission 20 1, 43 | to the Fathers of the Old Testament which, indeed, cannot be 21 1, 52 | the apparitions in the Old Testament were ordained to that ~one 22 1, 67 | call the God of the Old ~Testament the God of darkness. These 23 2, 89 | esteemed the blood of the ~testament unclean, by which he was 24 2, 91 | are ~contained in the Old Testament, for which reason it is 25 2, 91 | life belongs to the New Testament."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 26 2, 98 | perfect law of the ~New Testament should be given by the incarnate 27 2, 98 | Old; ~because in the New Testament "God . . . hath spoken to 28 2, 98 | Son," ~whereas in the Old Testament "the word was spoken by 29 2, 98 | children (of God) . . . and the testament, and the giving ~of the 30 2, 99 | carefully the story of the ~Old Testament, the common weal of the 31 2, 102 | did the stories of the Old Testament: for it is written (1 Cor. 32 2, 102 | the stories ~of the Old Testament, besides the mystical or 33 2, 102 | subsequently in the New ~Testament (cf. Eph. 3:5).~Aquin.: 34 2, 102 | things, ~viz. "the ark of the testament in which was a golden pot 35 2, 102 | God: while the ark of the ~testament was like the foot-stool 36 2, 102 | signified by the ~tables of the testament; the power of governing, 37 2, 102 | were the ~tables of the Testament, to denote that Christ Himself 38 2, 103 | 8:13): "In saying a new (testament), he hath made the former 39 2, 106 | in the ~state of the New Testament. But the law that is instilled 40 2, 106 | those who are in the New Testament and to those who are in 41 2, 106 | those who are in the ~Old Testament: for it is written (Wis. 42 2, 106 | Law is the law of the New Testament. But the ~law of the New 43 2, 106 | But the ~law of the New Testament is instilled in our hearts. 44 2, 106 | the ~house of Judah, a new testament," says, explaining what 45 2, 106 | 8,10): "For this is the testament which I will make to the 46 2, 106 | preponderant in the law of the New Testament, and whereon all its ~efficacy 47 2, 106 | the writings of the New Testament exhort men in divers ~ways.~ 48 2, 106 | man ~belongs to the New Testament. Consequently whoever had 49 2, 106 | them belonged to the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[106] A[ 50 2, 106 | There," i.e. in the Old ~Testament, "the Law was set forth 51 2, 106 | here," i.e. in the New Testament, "it is given in an ~inward 52 2, 106 | Although the grace of the New Testament helps man to avoid ~sin, 53 2, 106 | receiving the ~grace of the New Testament, he deserves greater punishment, 54 2, 106 | i.e. the Law of the New Testament, the ~ministration of the 55 2, 106 | persons belonging to the New Testament, as stated above (A[1], ~ 56 2, 106 | in the state of the New Testament. ~Therefore we must look 57 2, 107 | 2), viz. that "the Old Testament contained temporal promises, 58 2, 107 | promises, whereas ~the New Testament contains spiritual and eternal 59 2, 107 | promises": since even ~the New Testament contains temporal promises, 60 2, 107 | etc.: while in the Old Testament they hoped in promises ~ 61 2, 107 | of the fathers of the Old Testament. In like manner the New ~ 62 2, 107 | the priesthood of the New Testament is distinct from that of 63 2, 107 | the New and ~of the Old Testament, according to Rm. 3:30: " 64 2, 107 | in the state of the Old Testament who, ~having charity and 65 2, 107 | In like manner in the New Testament there are some carnal men ~ 66 2, 107 | necessary, even under the New Testament, to lead to virtuous action ~ 67 2, 107 | to those under the Old ~Testament who through faith were acceptable 68 2, 107 | they ~belonged to the New Testament: for they were not justified 69 2, 107 | is the Author of the New Testament. Hence of Moses ~the Apostle 70 2, 107 | a wheel," i.e. "the New Testament within the Old," according 71 2, 107 | Whatsoever is set down in the New Testament explicitly and ~openly as 72 2, 107 | is contained in the Old Testament as a matter ~of belief, 73 2, 107 | the precepts of the New Testament, they ~are all contained 74 2, 107 | tribulations. But in the Old Testament observance of the Law was ~ 75 2, 1 | apostles, so too, in the Old Testament, the knowledge of faith 76 2, 1 | compares the state of the Old Testament to childhood.~Aquin.: SMT 77 2, 1 | A[9]). Now, in the Old Testament, the articles of faith were 78 2, 2 | also, by the blood of Thy testament hast ~sent forth Thy prisoners 79 2, 2 | the contrary, In the Old Testament the Trinity of Persons is ~ 80 2, 10 | esteemed the blood of the testament unclean, by ~which he was 81 2, 10 | they believe in the Old Testament as being from God, and ~ 82 2, 10 | since they venerate the New Testament. ~Therefore they sin less 83 2, 10 | heathens, who receive neither ~Testament.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 84 2, 15 | OBJ 2: Further, the New Testament is contained in the Old, 85 2, 15 | 107], A[3]). Now the New ~Testament contains explicit precepts 86 2, 15 | all the books of the Old Testament are contained in the ~Old 87 2, 15 | to the faith of the New ~Testament, wherefore He added: "Believe 88 2, 15 | more notably in the New ~Testament, both in the teaching of 89 2, 38 | helps. Thus in the Old ~Testament (Joshua 6:4) the priests 90 2, 54 | other lessons of the Old Testament are directed to ~the precepts 91 2, 54 | other lessons of the Old Testament include precepts of prudence; ~ 92 2, 54 | the teaching of the Old Testament is ~directed to the precepts 93 2, 54 | subsequent lessons of the Old Testament about the ~act of prudence 94 2, 62 | Mach. 2); and, in the New Testament, Peter killed Ananias and 95 2, 62 | fitting ~ministers of the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 96 2, 62 | Priests or Levites of the Old ~Testament were the ministers of the 97 2, 82 | in the New as in the Old ~Testament. Now in the Old Testament 98 2, 82 | Testament. Now in the Old Testament they adored towards the 99 2, 84 | Church: because in the Old ~Testament the Lord forbade the children 100 2, 85 | the ministers of the New ~Testament than did the people of the 101 2, 85 | the ministers of the Old ~Testament; for the people of the New 102 2, 85 | the ministers of the New Testament are of greater dignity ~ 103 2, 85 | the ministers of the Old Testament, as the Apostle shows (2 104 2, 85 | to the Levites in the Old Testament, because they had no ~portion 105 2, 85 | 18:23,24. But in ~the New Testament the clergy have possessions 106 2, 85 | sons of Levi in the New Testament. Therefore tithes are ~due 107 2, 89 | disposition within it. In the Old ~Testament instruments of this description 108 2, 93 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/3~In the New Testament, however, there were some 109 2, 93 | R.O. 3 Para. 3/3~In the New Testament, however, there were some 110 2, 93 | the Old ~and in the New Testament we find holy men practicing 111 2, 102 | the divine ~law of the Old Testament. Now human law whereby men 112 2, 102 | the divine law of the Old ~Testament. Much more, therefore, since 113 2, 102 | was a figure of the New Testament, and ~therefore it had to 114 2, 106 | Therefore at least in ~the New Testament all vengeance is unlawful.~ 115 2, 138 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Old Testament contained temporal promises, 116 2, 138 | the ~promises of the New Testament are spiritual and eternal, 117 2, 138 | possession. But in the New Testament men were to be ~taught how 118 2, 145 | loaves, which signify the New Testament year as Jerome says [*Comment. 119 2, 145 | Old Law. Now in the Old Testament they fasted until evening, ~ 120 2, 145 | therefore under the New ~Testament should the fast be ordered 121 2, 145 | 1: The state of the Old Testament is compared to the night, ~ 122 2, 145 | while the state of the New Testament is compared to the day, 123 2, 145 | Therefore in the ~Old Testament they fasted until night, 124 2, 145 | night, but not in the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 125 2, 169 | Etym. vii, 8), "in the Old Testament, they ~were called Seers, 126 2, 172 | John belongs to the New Testament, whose ministers take ~precedence 127 2, 174 | tongues is proper to the New Testament, hence we sing in the sequence 128 2, 174 | more pertinent to the Old Testament, according to Heb. 1:1, ~" 129 2, 174 | as happened in the Old Testament, but also to ~endow the 130 2, 174 | this is done in the New Testament, according to 1 ~Cor. 14: 131 2, 183 | 3/3~Nor can he make any testament at all, because he is entrusted 132 2, 183 | his ~death, after which a testament comes into force according 133 3, 5 | apparitions of the Old Testament which were signs of the 134 3, 5 | the apparitions of the old Testament should be in appearance ~ 135 3, 5 | mention is made in the ~Old Testament of the soul of God (Is. 136 3, 5 | said of God in the Old ~Testament, the trustworthiness of 137 3, 8 | the fathers of the ~Old Testament in their day served unto 138 3, 8 | Church in the New and the Old Testament. Therefore it ~seems that 139 3, 22 | things which were in the Old Testament were figures of ~Christ, 140 3, 22 | the victims of the ~Old Testament could not "make" (the comers 141 3, 25 | But because in the New Testament God was made ~man, He can 142 3, 27 | contrary, The things of the Old Testament were figures of the ~New, 143 3, 27 | fit ministers of the New ~Testament." Now the Blessed Virgin 144 3, 30 | the apparitions of the Old Testament are ~ordered to that apparition 145 3, 37 | given to several in the Old ~Testament: as may be seen in the genealogy 146 3, 46 | the observances of the Old Testament, ~had to be fulfilled. And 147 3, 46 | the ~sacrifices of the Old Testament which prefigured Christ 148 3, 46 | grace of the Old and New ~Testament (Ep. cxl) says: "Not without 149 3, 52 | also by the blood of Thy Testament hast sent forth Thy prisoners 150 3, 52 | pit, in the blood ~of His testament," that is, by the power 151 3, 52 | also by the blood of Thy testament hast sent forth Thy ~prisoners 152 3, 52 | also by the blood of Thy testament ~hast sent forth Thy prisoners 153 3, 53 | by the grace of the New ~Testament and partaking of Christ' 154 3, 53 | because we read in the Old Testament of some persons raised to 155 3, 53 | the fathers ~of the Old Testament. Therefore some others came 156 3, 53 | from the dead in the old Testament, and those raised by Christ, 157 3, 57 | high-priest under the Old Testament entered the ~holy place 158 3, 60 | by the Fathers of the Old Testament, not even all ~the ceremonies 159 3, 60 | Further, even in the New Testament many things are done in 160 3, 60 | things pertaining to the Old Testament signified the ~holiness 161 3, 61 | the sacrifice of the New Testament. Nevertheless the sacraments 162 3, 65 | was becoming to the Old Testament. Consequently, nothing in ~ 163 3, 68 | esteemed the blood of the testament," i.e. Baptism, "unclean, 164 3, 71 | ministers: for just as the Old ~Testament is recited by the Readers, 165 3, 71 | the Readers, so the New Testament is read by the ~Deacons 166 3, 72 | foreshadowed in the old Testament. Therefore it is not a sacrament.~ 167 3, 73 | successor under the New Testament is the sacrament ~of the 168 3, 73 | the sacrifices of the Old Testament, ~especially the sacrifice 169 3, 78 | of the New and Eternal ~Testament, the Mystery of Faith, which 170 3, 78 | OBJ 3: Further, the New Testament seems to be an internal 171 3, 78 | the house of Israel a New Testament . . . I will give ~My laws 172 3, 78 | sacrament the words "of the ~New Testament" are improperly added.~Aquin.: 173 3, 78 | is the ~chalice, the new testament in My blood."~Aquin.: SMT 174 3, 78 | of ~the New and Eternal Testament." Secondly, for justifying 175 3, 78 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: A testament is the disposal of a heritage. 176 3, 78 | 9:16: "Where there is a ~testament the death of the testator 177 3, 78 | this belongs to the Old Testament; consequently the Apostle 178 3, 78 | This is the blood of the testament which the Lord ~hath enjoined 179 3, 78 | this belongs to the New ~Testament. This is what the Apostle 180 3, 78 | the Mediator of the New Testament, that by means of His ~death . . . 181 3, 78 | The blood of the New ~Testament," because it is shown now 182 3, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: This Testament is a "new one" by reason 183 3, 78 | which is ~prepared by this testament. Moreover, Christ's Person 184 3, 78 | eternal, in ~Whose blood this testament is appointed.~Aquin.: SMT 185 3, 78 | foreshadowed in the Old Testament.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[78] A[ 186 3, 78 | whom the blood of the Old Testament was ~exhibited, but also 187 3, 78 | is My ~blood of the New Testament, which shall be shed for 188 3, 79 | the Mediator of the New Testament; that by means of His death . . . 189 3, 79 | of the New and Eternal Testament."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[79] A[ 190 3, 80 | the English, in the Old Testament some persons were termed ~ 191 3, 81 | new ~mystery of the New Testament, which He gave to the disciples. 192 3, 83 | the figures of the ~Old Testament: hence it is stated in the 193 3, 83 | figure. But in ~the Old Testament, which was a figure of the 194 3, 83 | doctrine of the Old and New ~Testament, as a sign that this doctrine 195 3, 83 | sacrament ~belongs to the New Testament. But under the New Testament 196 3, 83 | Testament. But under the New Testament the ceremonies ~of the old 197 Suppl, 6 | not priests ~of the New Testament, yet the priesthood of the 198 Suppl, 6 | the priesthood of the New Testament was ~foreshadowed in them.~ 199 Suppl, 8 | Since therefore, in the ~New Testament, a punishment of seven years 200 Suppl, 18| case the priest of the New Testament would have no more ~power 201 Suppl, 18| than the priest of the Old Testament. Therefore he exercises 202 Suppl, 18| also the priest of the New ~Testament declares the recipient to 203 Suppl, 20| the priesthood of the New Testament is more perfect than ~that 204 Suppl, 20| perfect than ~that of the Old Testament. But the priest of the Old 205 Suppl, 20| But the priest of the Old Testament could use ~the power which 206 Suppl, 29| healings related in the Old Testament.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[29] A[ 207 Suppl, 36| lower Order) to read the Old Testament, as stated in the text ( 208 Suppl, 36| understand the whole of the Old ~Testament; and much more those in 209 Suppl, 37| the ministry of the New Testament is superior to that of the ~ 210 Suppl, 37| superior to that of the ~Old Testament (2 Cor. 3). Now in the Old 211 Suppl, 37| Cor. 3). Now in the Old Testament not only the priests, ~but 212 Suppl, 37| Therefore ~likewise in the New Testament not only the priests but 213 Suppl, 37| of faith, namely the Old Testament. But some are believers 214 Suppl, 37| the Old and in the New ~Testament. But it belongs to the readers 215 Suppl, 37| readers to read the Old Testament. ~Therefore it should belong 216 Suppl, 37| deacons, to read ~the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 217 Suppl, 37| Now the reading of the Old Testament must needs have most in ~ 218 Suppl, 37| with the reading of the New Testament, which latter belongs to 219 Suppl, 37| Therefore the reading of the Old Testament should be ~reckoned the 220 Suppl, 37| the doctrine of the Old Testament is more remote than that ~ 221 Suppl, 37| remote than that ~of the New Testament, since it contains no instruction 222 Suppl, 37| Hence announcing of the New Testament is ~entrusted to the higher 223 Suppl, 37| ministers, and that of the Old Testament to the ~lower ministers. 224 Suppl, 37| the doctrine of the New Testament is more ~perfect as delivered 225 Suppl, 37| the doctrine of the New Testament in a visible manner, ~while 226 Suppl, 39| entrusted to women in the New Testament, as in ~the case of abbesses, 227 Suppl, 39| abbesses, and in the Old Testament, as in the case of ~Debbora, 228 Suppl, 39| should anyone in the New ~Testament be debarred from receiving 229 Suppl, 39| the ministers of ~the Old Testament and those of the New, which 230 Suppl, 40| that were done in the Old Testament represent ~imperfectly the 231 Suppl, 40| imperfectly the things of the New Testament. Hence things pertaining 232 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the New Testament were signified not only 233 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the New Testament ought ~to abound more than 234 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the Old Testament (Mt. ~5:20). But the ministers 235 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the Old Testament, namely the Levites, did ~ 236 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the New Testament.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[40] A[ 237 Suppl, 40| Reply OBJ 2: In the Old Testament the Levites had a right 238 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the New ~Testament are more bound to chastity 239 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the Old ~Testament. Now among the vestments 240 Suppl, 40| the vestments of the Old Testament there were the ~breeches 241 Suppl, 40| the priesthood of the New Testament is more worthy than ~the 242 Suppl, 40| But the priests of the Old Testament had ~mitres, which are a 243 Suppl, 40| the priests of the New ~Testament should also have them.~Aquin.: 244 Suppl, 40| the pontiffs of the Old Testament wore. Now truth was made 245 Suppl, 40| the ministers of the New ~Testament are enjoined perpetual continency; 246 Suppl, 65| Since then in the Old ~Testament all who wished to do so, 247 Suppl, 65| Hence wherever in the Old Testament we read of concubines ~being 248 Suppl, 67| that the justice of the New Testament is ~superabundant in comparison 249 Suppl, 67| with the justice of the Old Testament (Mt. ~5). Now He said that 250 Suppl, 67| superabundant justice of the New ~Testament that the divorced wife marry 251 Suppl, 73| of the trumpet in the Old Testament: for by the ~trumpet they 252 Suppl, 74| Further, the state of the New Testament is more perfect, and ~bears 253 Suppl, 74| than the state of the Old ~Testament. Yet some of the fathers 254 Suppl, 74| of the fathers of the Old Testament rose again when ~Christ 255 Suppl, 74| resurrection of ~the Old Testament saints should not be delayed 256 Suppl, 74| of the ~faith of the New Testament: wherefore it was more fitting 257 Suppl, 74| by the fathers of the Old Testament, than by those who died ~ 258 Suppl, 74| Further, the state of the New Testament was foreshadowed in the ~ 259 Suppl, 74| foreshadowed in the ~Old Testament. Now we know exactly the 260 Suppl, 74| wherein the state of the Old ~Testament endured. Therefore we can 261 Suppl, 74| wherein ~the state of the New Testament will endure. But the state 262 Suppl, 74| But the state of the New ~Testament will last to the end of 263 Suppl, 74| Although the state of the New Testament in general is ~foreshadowed 264 Suppl, 74| by the state of the Old Testament it does not follow that ~ 265 Suppl, 74| the figures ~of the Old Testament were fulfilled in Christ. 266 Suppl, 88| what we read in the Old Testament about the ~renewal of the


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