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1 1, 1 | Lord gave the reason why Moses ~allowed the putting away 2 1, 12 | Further, the Lord said to Moses: "I speak to him mouth to 3 1, 12 | ad lit. xii, 26,27,28) of Moses, the ~teacher of the Jews; 4 1, 12 | unknown. He says the same of Moses, who nevertheless ~obtained 5 1, 13 | this was taught by Rabbi Moses. Others say that these names ~ 6 1, 13 | It is written that when Moses asked, "If they should ~ 7 1, 22 | poles of heaven." Rabbi Moses, however, excluded men from 8 1, 22 | the ~opinion of the Rabbi Moses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 9 1, 32 | of His own ~goodness. So Moses, when he had said, "In the 10 1, 36 | words, "The Lord said to Moses, I ~will take of thy spirit 11 1, 39 | The Son speaks Who said to Moses, I am Who am." These appear 12 1, 39 | because if when it was said to Moses, "I am Who am," ~the Trinity 13 1, 39 | the Trinity spoke, then Moses could have said, "He Who 14 1, 39 | inasmuch as, in God's word ~to Moses, was prefigured the delivery 15 1, 43 | the burning bush seen by Moses and to the ~column which 16 1, 46 | Hom. i in Ezech.), that Moses prophesied of the past, 17 1, 47 | distinction of things, ~therefore Moses said that things are made 18 1, 50 | Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing to bring 19 1, 61 | corporeal things, because ~Moses was addressing an uncultured 20 1, 61 | inclined, and ~from which Moses especially meant to safeguard 21 1, 65 | created immediately by God, Moses said: "In the ~beginning 22 1, 65 | cause. To signify this, Moses prefaces each work with 23 1, 66 | its being impossible for Moses to make the idea of such ~ 24 1, 66 | ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), 25 1, 66 | Dei viii, ~11). But Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii), though otherwise 26 1, 67 | Civ. Dei xi, 9,33) that Moses could not have ~fittingly 27 1, 67 | was ~purposely omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. 28 1, 67 | i in ~Hexaem.] says that Moses begins his narrative from 29 1, 67 | reason for the omission that ~Moses was addressing an ignorant 30 1, 68 | Chrysostom (Hom. iii in Genes.), Moses ~prefaces his record by 31 1, 68 | as pointed out by Rabbi Moses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 32 1, 68 | rather be ~considered that Moses was speaking to ignorant 33 1, 68 | 68] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Moses, then, while he expressly 34 1, 68 | bodies being ~invisible, Moses includes all such bodies 35 1, 69 | also be said with Rabbi Moses, that the ~expression, " 36 1, 69 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Moses put before the people such 37 1, 70 | Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes what is obvious 38 1, 70 | the testimony of which Moses follows, as stated above ( 39 1, 70 | man, is touched upon by Moses, in order to withdraw his 40 1, 71 | birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~makes mention of the lights 41 1, 74 | are not expressly named by Moses among the parts of the world, 42 1, 74 | reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. ii.], and to 43 1, 74 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii) understands 44 1, 39 | The Son speaks Who said to Moses, I ~am Who am." These appear 45 1, 39 | because if when it was said to Moses, "I am Who am," ~the Trinity 46 1, 39 | the Trinity spoke, then Moses could have said, "He Who 47 1, 39 | inasmuch as, in God's word ~to Moses, was prefigured the delivery 48 1, 43 | the burning bush seen by Moses and to the ~column which 49 1, 47 | Hom. i in Ezech.), that Moses prophesied of the past, 50 1, 48 | distinction of things, ~therefore Moses said that things are made 51 1, 51 | Sacred ~Scripture, Rabbi Moses the Jew, wishing to bring 52 1, 62 | corporeal things, because ~Moses was addressing an uncultured 53 1, 62 | inclined, and ~from which Moses especially meant to safeguard 54 1, 66 | created immediately by God, Moses said: "In the ~beginning 55 1, 66 | cause. To signify this, Moses prefaces each work with 56 1, 67 | its being impossible for Moses to make the idea of such ~ 57 1, 67 | ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato (Timaeus xxvi), 58 1, 67 | Dei viii, ~11). But Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii), though otherwise 59 1, 68 | Civ. Dei xi, 9,33) that Moses could not have ~fittingly 60 1, 68 | was ~purposely omitted by Moses, and give various reasons. 61 1, 68 | i in ~Hexaem.] says that Moses begins his narrative from 62 1, 68 | reason for the omission that ~Moses was addressing an ignorant 63 1, 69 | Chrysostom (Hom. iii in Genes.), Moses ~prefaces his record by 64 1, 69 | as pointed out by Rabbi Moses.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 65 1, 69 | rather be ~considered that Moses was speaking to ignorant 66 1, 69 | 68] A[3] Body Para. 3/4~Moses, then, while he expressly 67 1, 69 | bodies being ~invisible, Moses includes all such bodies 68 1, 70 | also be said with Rabbi Moses, that the ~expression, " 69 1, 70 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Moses put before the people such 70 1, 71 | Coel. ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes what is obvious 71 1, 71 | the testimony of which Moses follows, as stated above ( 72 1, 71 | man, is touched upon by Moses, in order to withdraw his 73 1, 71 | birds and fishes. As, then, Moses ~makes mention of the lights 74 1, 73 | are not expressly named by Moses among the parts of the world, 75 1, 73 | reasons are given by ~Rabbi Moses [*Perplex. ii.], and to 76 1, 73 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Rabbi Moses (Perplex. ii) understands 77 1, 105 | by the blessed, Who, when Moses asked: "Show me Thy glory," ~ 78 2, 58 | after the manner (morem) of Moses, you cannot ~be saved." 79 2, 66 | Abraham for faith (Rm. 4), Moses for his meekness (Num. 7: 80 2, 98 | the law was given "by Moses, grace and truth ~came by 81 2, 98 | 46): "If you did believe Moses, you would perhaps believe 82 2, 98 | 17, "the Law was given by Moses." But ~Moses received it 83 2, 98 | was given by Moses." But ~Moses received it from God immediately: 84 2, 98 | 11): ~"The Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a man is 85 2, 98 | described to have appeared to Moses, is ~sometimes mentioned 86 2, 98 | that "the Lord spoke to Moses face to face"; and shortly ~ 87 2, 98 | people, who ~thought that Moses was speaking with God mouth 88 2, 98 | suitably given at the time of Moses?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 89 2, 98 | suitably given at the time ~of Moses. Because the Old Law disposed 90 2, 98 | be given at the time ~of Moses. The reason for this may 91 2, 100 | revile you," etc. says that "Moses, after propounding the ten 92 2, 100 | precepts to the ~people through Moses. Wherefore the decalogue 93 2, 100 | the people by God through Moses and Aaron.~Aquin.: SMT FS 94 2, 101 | 1 ~OBJ 4: Further, Rabbi Moses says (Doct. Perplex. iii) 95 2, 101 | it seems unbecoming that ~Moses should have delivered these 96 2, 101 | bodily worship; as ~Rabbi Moses, the Egyptian testifies ( 97 2, 102 | reverse. Wherefore, as Rabbi Moses ~observes (Doct. Perplex. 98 2, 102 | idols. Or again, as Rabbi Moses says (Doct. ~Perplex. iii), " 99 2, 102 | individual. "But," as Rabbi Moses says (Doct. Perplex. ~iii), " 100 2, 102 | things. As it was answered to Moses, when he was to finish the ~ 101 2, 102 | reasons assigned by Rabbi ~Moses. First, lest the Gentiles 102 2, 102 | whereby, at the prayer of ~Moses, God forgave the people' 103 2, 102 | speech or looks, as Rabbi Moses states (Doct. Perplex. iii) 104 2, 102 | because God appeared to ~Moses in a fire, and the Law was 105 2, 102 | commanded ~to be taken to Moses, because they blamed Him 106 2, 102 | transgressing the law ~of Moses by breaking the Sabbath. 107 2, 102 | cause assigned by Rabbi Moses (Doct. Perplex. ~iii). The 108 2, 102 | wrote the ~decalogue of Moses on a parchment, and tied 109 2, 102 | prescribed as stated by Rabbi Moses that men shall ~turn away 110 2, 103 | circumcision was ~"not of Moses, but of his fathers." Again, 111 2, 105 | established by the Divine Law. For Moses ~and his successors governed 112 2, 105 | ruler. For this too did Moses pray (Num. 27:16): ~"May 113 2, 105 | at the ~head in place of Moses; and we read about each 114 2, 105 | this commandment, as Rabbi Moses ~declares (Doct. Perplex. 115 2, 106 | making ~void the Law of Moses dieth without any mercy 116 2, 106 | 46): "If you did believe Moses, you would perhaps ~believe 117 2, 107 | New Testament. Hence of Moses ~the Apostle says (Heb. 118 2, 107 | the ear, i.e. the Law ~of Moses; lastly, the full corn, 119 2, 107 | The commandments given to Moses are easy to obey: Thou ~ 120 2, 108 | contained in ~the Law of Moses by way of permission, to 121 2, 114 | written (Jer. 15:1): "If Moses and Samuel shall ~stand 122 2, 1 | Hence the Lord said to ~Moses (Ex. 6:2,3): "I am the God 123 2, 6 | sabbath-day, that the ~law of Moses may not be broken; are you 124 2, 13 | first of all, ~wrangled with Moses on account of the shortage 125 2, 32 | says: "The commandments of Moses, Thou ~shalt not kill, Thou 126 2, 37 | well known among them that Moses ~was always to be their 127 2, 54 | Remember the law of Moses My servant, which I commanded 128 2, 58 | whom they punished; such as Moses in slaying the Egyptian ( 129 2, 58 | 2 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Moses seems to have slain the 130 2, 58 | Or it may be replied that Moses slew the ~Egyptian in order 131 2, 58 | he ~quotes the example of Moses. Again we may reply with 132 2, 58 | grown, so this deed of Moses was sinful although it gave 133 2, 62 | sin of the molten calf, Moses commanded (Ex. 32:27): " 134 2, 62 | their ~firstborn." Again Moses made the Levites slay twenty-three 135 2, 64 | the Lord had ~commanded Moses [Vulg.: 'as Moses had commanded']. . . 136 2, 64 | commanded Moses [Vulg.: 'as Moses had commanded']. . . and 137 2, 74 | contended about the body of Moses, ~he durst not bring against 138 2, 81 | according to Jer. 15:1, "If Moses and Samuel shall ~stand 139 2, 84 | people and God, as we read of Moses (Dt. 5:5), wherefore it ~ 140 2, 96 | QQ. Super Lev, qu. i), Moses in the ~passage quoted did 141 2, 120 | Sabbath day, that the law of Moses may not be ~broken": and 142 2, 131 | they are; for ~instance, Moses and Jeremias, who were worthy 143 2, 131 | Gregory says (Pastoral. i) of Moses that "perchance ~he would 144 2, 131 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Moses and Jeremias were worthy 145 2, 145 | because it was then that Moses coming down from Mount Sinai 146 2, 155 | viii ad Demophil.) ~that "Moses was deemed worthy of the 147 2, 169 | prophet in ~Israel like unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face 148 2, 171 | purpose, as the bush shown to Moses (Ex. 3:2), ~and the writing 149 2, 172 | of prophecy;~(4) Whether Moses was the greatest of the 150 2, 172 | cloud: thus God spake to Moses. The fifth kind is a voice 151 2, 172 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Moses was the greatest of the 152 2, 172 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Moses was not the greatest of 153 2, 172 | of excellence." Therefore Moses was not the greatest ~of 154 2, 172 | back (Is. 38:8), than by Moses, who divided the Red Sea ( 155 2, 172 | man from below." Therefore Moses was not the greatest of 156 2, 172 | the Baptist." ~Therefore Moses was not greater than all 157 2, 172 | prophet in Israel like unto Moses."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] 158 2, 172 | prophets was ~greater than Moses, yet Moses was simply the 159 2, 172 | greater than Moses, yet Moses was simply the greatest 160 2, 172 | by miracles. Accordingly Moses was ~greater than the other 161 2, 172 | that "the Lord spoke to Moses face to face, as a ~man 162 2, 172 | prophet in Israel like ~unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face 163 2, 172 | approaches near to the vision of ~Moses, as regards the intellectual 164 2, 172 | vision. Yet the vision of Moses was more excellent as regards 165 2, 172 | done; yet the miracles of Moses were greater ~as regards 166 2, 172 | take ~precedence even of Moses, since they are spectators 167 2, 172 | as stated above (A[4]), Moses saw the Divine essence, 168 2, 172 | Reply OBJ 1: This vision of Moses was interrupted after the 169 2, 172 | As stated above (A[4]), Moses was the greatest of the ~ 170 2, 172 | Hence the Lord ~said to Moses (Ex. 6:2,3): "I am the Lord 171 2, 172 | one and Almighty, while Moses was ~more fully instructed 172 2, 172 | revelation which was given to Moses was more ~excellent, and 173 2, 173 | this life: for instance by Moses, and by Paul who in rapture 174 2, 173 | rapture of Paul, as also of ~Moses [*Cf. Q[174], A[4]]; and 175 2, 173 | without reason, since as Moses was the ~first Teacher of 176 2, 180 | the words ~addressed to Moses (Ex. 19:21), "Go down and 177 2, 182 | i, ~cap. vii) the abbot Moses says: "Fastings, watchings, 178 2, 183 | humbly to obey. Hence when Moses had said (Ex. ~4:10): "I 179 2, 184 | Fathers (Collat. i, 7) abbot ~Moses speaking of religious says: " 180 2, 186 | Coll. i, 7) the abbot Moses says: "Fastings, watchings, 181 2, 186 | Coll. i, 7) ~the Abbot Moses says that "solitude," even 182 3, 1 | weaker, He gave the law to Moses in writing; and because 183 3, 7 | knowledge, much more than Moses, of whom it is ~subjoined 184 3, 7 | order to an angel; hence ~Moses, who was the greatest of 185 3, 7 | dreams and visions, and Moses, who saw God plainly and 186 3, 7 | prophet in Israel like unto Moses." Nevertheless it may be 187 3, 22 | of Judah, in which tribe Moses spoke nothing concerning ~ 188 3, 22 | wherefore the Lord said to ~Moses the lawgiver (Ex. 28:1): " 189 3, 28 | by sight. For as, while Moses was ~speaking with God, 190 3, 36 | like the ~patriarchs and Moses in their mode of life.~Aquin.: 191 3, 37 | according ~to the law of Moses."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 192 3, 37 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Moses seems to have chosen his 193 3, 38 | 4: "Remember the law of Moses My ~servant." Therefore 194 3, 38 | but not ~to the law of Moses.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[38] A[ 195 3, 38 | thus the Lord (Ex. 4) gave Moses the power of working ~signs; 196 3, 39 | appeared in the bush to Moses."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 197 3, 40 | proceed ~no further than Moses and Elias, lest His assumption 198 3, 41 | proceeded no farther than Moses and ~Elias, lest His assumption 199 3, 43 | did as much . . . But even Moses himself and the other prophets 200 3, 44 | to divide the sea, as did Moses (Ex. 14:21); or a ~river, 201 3, 45 | witness of the ~truth. Now, Moses and Elias were there, not 202 3, 45 | on Lk. 9:30, "They were Moses and Elias," says: ~"It must 203 3, 45 | It must be observed that Moses and Elias were there neither 204 3, 45 | Christ. Therefore not only Moses and Elias, but also all ~ 205 3, 45 | preceded ~Him - namely, Moses and Elias - and from those 206 3, 45 | whither he had ascended, and Moses arising from the ~nether 207 3, 45 | understood as though the soul of Moses ~was reunited to his body, 208 3, 45 | Chrysostom says on Mt. 17:3: "Moses and Elias are ~brought forward 209 3, 45 | reason was " ~. . . that Moses gave the Law . . . while 210 3, 45 | living; by bringing with Him Moses who had ~died, and Elias 211 3, 45 | death for God's ~sake: since Moses braved death in opposing 212 3, 45 | imitate the ~meekness of Moses and the zeal of Elias." 213 3, 45 | foretold by the ~Law, which Moses gave them, and by the prophets, 214 3, 46 | written (Jn. 3:14): "As Moses lifted up the ~serpent in 215 3, 46 | are written in the law ~of Moses, and in the prophets, and 216 3, 46 | God's people from Egypt, Moses with a rod ~divided the 217 3, 46 | people of God. the same ~Moses dipped his rod into the 218 3, 46 | order to overcome Amalec, Moses stretched ~forth his arms 219 3, 46 | flesh of sin'"; ~and hence Moses calls it "accursed," just 220 3, 61 | instituted in ~the law of Moses.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[61] A[ 221 3, 62 | 31): "And when he," i.e. Moses, "had sanctified them," 222 3, 65 | nature and in the Law ~of Moses, ere ordained not only for 223 3, 70 | but ~rather at the time of Moses. Therefore it was unfitting 224 3, 70 | sabbath-day, that the Law of Moses may ~not be broken." But 225 3, 72 | Cor. 10:2-4), that "all in Moses were ~baptized, in the cloud 226 3, 78 | the law "had been read" by Moses, "he sprinkled all ~the 227 3, 83 | and Ex. 17:11: "And when Moses lifted up his hands Israel ~ 228 Suppl, 6 | same way in ~the law of Moses and in the New Law. But 229 Suppl, 6 | confession in the law of Moses, yet it was not after the 230 Suppl, 6 | God; while in the ~law of Moses it was necessary for a man 231 Suppl, 21| contended about the body ~of Moses, he durst not bring against 232 Suppl, 37| shown by the Lord ~giving Moses seventy ancients to assist 233 Suppl, 52| ventre) as also the law of ~Moses (Ex. 21).~Aquin.: SMT XP 234 Suppl, 54| excluded by the law of Moses, for they already began 235 Suppl, 54| concupiscence. Wherefore as Rabbi Moses says (Doc. Perp. iii, 49) 236 Suppl, 57| together lest, as Rabbi Moses observes (Doc. ~Perp. iii, 237 Suppl, 59| idolatry. And thus Joseph, Moses, and Esther married unbelievers. 238 Suppl, 65| 1/1~I answer that, Rabbi Moses says (Doc. Perp. iii, 49) 239 Suppl, 67| permitted ~second marriages, so Moses allowed the bill of divorce. 240 Suppl, 67| Lord said (Mt. 19:8) that Moses granted the ~Jews the bill 241 Suppl, 67| John Chrysostom] that "Moses, by granting the ~bill of 242 Suppl, 67| and that ~for this reason Moses is stated to have permitted 243 Suppl, 67| evil. Thus it happened to Moses: wherefore acting on Divine ~ 244 Suppl, 67| suspended in ~the law of Moses in order to avoid a greater 245 Suppl, 72| written (Jer. 15:1): "If Moses and Samuel shall ~stand 246 Suppl, 72| The Lord speaks there of Moses and Samuel according to ~ 247 Suppl, 74| 1: Ezechiel spoke, like Moses to a rough people, and ~ 248 Suppl, 74| and ~therefore, just as Moses divided the works of the 249 Suppl, 86| one that accuseth ~you, Moses in whom you trust - because 250 Suppl, 88| is the argument of Rabbi Moses who endeavors to prove ~( 251 Suppl, 92| s father. In this sense Moses speaks in the ~passage quoted


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