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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | 1/1 - TREATISE ON SACRED DOCTRINE (Q[1])~THE NATURE AND EXTENT 2 1, 1 | NATURE AND EXTENT OF SACRED DOCTRINE (TEN ARTICLES)~To place 3 1, 1 | and extent of this sacred doctrine. Concerning ~this there 4 1, 1 | Sacred Scripture of this doctrine may be expounded in ~different 5 1, 1 | philosophy, any further doctrine is required?~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 1 | theology ~included in sacred doctrine differs in kind from that 7 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a science?~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 1 | 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not a science. For every 9 1, 1 | self-evident principles. But sacred doctrine proceeds from ~articles 10 1, 1 | 3:2). Therefore ~sacred doctrine is not a science.~Aquin.: 11 1, 1 | such like. Therefore sacred doctrine is not a science.~Aquin.: 12 1, 1 | no science except sacred doctrine. ~Therefore sacred doctrine 13 1, 1 | doctrine. ~Therefore sacred doctrine is a science.~Aquin.: SMT 14 1, 1 | 1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine is a science. We must bear 15 1, 1 | arithmetic. So it is that sacred doctrine is a ~science because it 16 1, 1 | the principles of sacred doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[2] 17 1, 1 | are treated of in sacred doctrine, not ~because it is concerned 18 1, 1 | this sacred scripture or doctrine is ~based, has come down 19 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is one science?~Aquin.: 20 1, 1 | 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not one science; for 21 1, 1 | are treated of in sacred doctrine, cannot be grouped together 22 1, 1 | subjects. Therefore sacred doctrine is not one science.~Aquin.: 23 1, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, in sacred doctrine we treat of angels, corporeal 24 1, 1 | sciences. Therefore sacred doctrine cannot be one science.~Aquin.: 25 1, 1 | 1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine is one science. The unity 26 1, 1 | is ~included under sacred doctrine as under one science.~Aquin.: 27 1, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sacred doctrine does not treat of God and 28 1, 1 | that in this way, sacred doctrine ~bears, as it were, the 29 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a practical science?~ 30 1, 1 | 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is a practical science; 31 1, 1 | Metaph. ii). But sacred doctrine is ordained to action: " 32 1, 1 | 1:22). Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical science.~ 33 1, 1 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, sacred doctrine is divided into the Old 34 1, 1 | science. Therefore ~sacred doctrine is a practical science.~ 35 1, 1 | with buildings. But sacred doctrine is chiefly concerned ~with 36 1, 1 | 1~I answer that, Sacred doctrine, being one, extends to things 37 1, 1 | practical, nevertheless sacred doctrine ~includes both; as God, 38 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is nobler than other sciences?~ 39 1, 1 | 1: It seems that sacred doctrine is not nobler than other 40 1, 1 | more certain than sacred doctrine; for its principles - namely, 41 1, 1 | on arithmetic. But sacred doctrine does in a ~sense depend 42 1, 1 | learning." Therefore sacred doctrine is inferior to other sciences.~ 43 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether this doctrine is the same as wisdom?~Aquin.: 44 1, 1 | OBJ 1: It seems that this doctrine is not the same as wisdom. 45 1, 1 | same as wisdom. For no ~doctrine which borrows its principles 46 1, 1 | directed (Metaph. i). But ~this doctrine borrows its principles. 47 1, 1 | in Ethic. ~vi. But this doctrine does not prove the principles 48 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, this doctrine is acquired by study, whereas 49 1, 1 | Is. 11:2). Therefore this doctrine is not the same as ~wisdom.~ 50 1, 1 | 1/1~I answer that, This doctrine is wisdom above all human 51 1, 1 | Trin. xii, 14). But sacred doctrine ~essentially treats of God 52 1, 1 | to others. Hence ~sacred doctrine is especially called wisdom.~ 53 1, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Sacred doctrine derives its principles not 54 1, 1 | judging belongs to this doctrine which is ~acquired by study, 55 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether sacred doctrine is a matter of argument?~ 56 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems this doctrine is not a matter of argument. 57 1, 1 | is sought." But in ~this doctrine, faith especially is sought: " 58 1, 1 | 20:31). Therefore sacred doctrine is not a ~matter of argument.~ 59 1, 1 | experience." Therefore sacred doctrine ~is not a matter of argument.~ 60 1, 1 | word which is according to doctrine, that he may be able to ~ 61 1, 1 | able to ~exhort in sound doctrine and to convince the gainsayers" ( 62 1, 1 | these sciences: so this doctrine does not argue in proof 63 1, 1 | faith, nevertheless, this doctrine argues from ~articles of 64 1, 1 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This doctrine is especially based upon 65 1, 1 | from the dignity of this doctrine, for ~although the argument 66 1, 1 | the strongest. But sacred doctrine makes use even of human 67 1, 1 | are put forward in this ~doctrine. Since therefore grace does 68 1, 1 | Cor. 10:5). Hence ~sacred doctrine makes use also of the authority 69 1, 1 | 28). Nevertheless, sacred doctrine ~makes use of these authorities 70 1, 1 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, this doctrine seems to be intended to 71 1, 1 | representations. But sacred ~doctrine makes use of metaphors as 72 1, 2 | the chief aim of sacred doctrine is to teach the knowledge 73 1, 13 | we must hold a different doctrine - viz. that these names ~ 74 1, 27 | origin, the order of the doctrine leads us ~to consider firstly, 75 1, 36 | Constantinople, handed down ~the doctrine about the Holy Ghost, not 76 1, 36 | anything ~wanting in the doctrine of their predecessors who 77 1, 43 | Ecclus. 6:23: "The wisdom of doctrine is ~according to her name."~ 78 1, 43 | show the exuberance of doctrine; and hence it was said, " 79 1, 61 | authority in ~Christian doctrine is of such weight that no 80 1, 61 | is also the case with the doctrine of ~Athanasius," as Jerome 81 1, 43 | Ecclus. 6:23: "The wisdom of doctrine is ~according to her name."~ 82 1, 43 | show the exuberance of doctrine; and hence it was said, " 83 1, 62 | authority in ~Christian doctrine is of such weight that no 84 1, 62 | is also the case with the doctrine of ~Athanasius," as Jerome 85 2, 18 | considered ~principally in the doctrine of morals. But since circumstances 86 2, 18 | actions are considered in the doctrine of morals.~Aquin.: SMT FS 87 2, 34 | instead of listening to the doctrine of their words: ~since, 88 2, 98 | was good. For just as a ~doctrine is shown to be good by the 89 2, 100 | forbidding blasphemy and false doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 90 2, 100 | a prohibition of false ~doctrine, for one gloss expounds 91 2, 100 | the prohibition of false doctrine ~(Dt. 13). To the third 92 2, 102 | He ~was like flour in the doctrine of the Law of the prophets; 93 2, 102 | we should not ~couple the doctrine of Christ to that of the 94 2, 102 | uncleanness of heretical doctrine: both because ~heretical 95 2, 102 | both because ~heretical doctrine is contagious just as leprosy 96 2, 102 | leprosy is, and because no ~doctrine is so false as not to have 97 2, 102 | the Lord commanded the "Doctrine and Truth" to be put in ~ 98 2, 102 | they call the "Truth ~and Doctrine." Fifthly, he wore a belt 99 2, 102 | good morals: ~because his doctrine should hold together in 100 2, 102 | because those who abuse the doctrine of ~the four Evangelists, 101 2, 102 | preacher bearing the sheaves of doctrine, as the Apostle states ( 102 2, 102 | prohibition to sow strange doctrine in the ~Church, which is 103 2, 103 | to the truth of life and ~doctrine, and that they should have 104 2, 107 | in His works and ~in His doctrine. In His works, because He 105 2, 107 | Made under the Law." In His doctrine ~He fulfilled the precepts 106 2, 108 | the general points of His doctrine. ~Elsewhere, however, He 107 2, 111 | principles ~of Catholic doctrine. Secondly, it behooves the 108 2, 111 | when the teacher ~of sacred doctrine does what God alone can 109 2, 1 | observes (Metaph. ii). Now the doctrine of faith was not ~devised 110 2, 1 | the same relation to the ~doctrine of faith, as self-evident 111 2, 1 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The same doctrine of faith is taught in all 112 2, 1 | way of an exposition of doctrine, as ~appears from his way 113 2, 2 | they are contained in the doctrine of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 114 2, 10 | able to exhort in ~sound doctrine and to convince the gainsayers."~ 115 2, 10 | name of the Lord and His ~doctrine be blasphemed."~Aquin.: 116 2, 10 | all things, since the very doctrine of ~catholic doctors derives 117 2, 11 | which truly belong to His doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 118 2, 11 | in contradiction to the ~doctrine of the Church. Accordingly, 119 2, 15 | anyone who ~disseminated doctrine contrary to faith. Therefore 120 2, 15 | On the other hand, the doctrine of ~God's law is not so 121 2, 36 | intends to impugn the true doctrine. In this sense Catholics ~ 122 2, 37 | that heresy holds ~false doctrine while schism severs a man 123 2, 37 | schism, for it adds corrupt doctrine, as Jerome ~declares in 124 2, 38 | since even in the Sacred Doctrine many things have to be concealed, ~ 125 2, 41 | OBJ 2: Further, the Sacred Doctrine is a most spiritual thing. 126 2, 41 | life, of justice and of doctrine." Now the observance of 127 2, 41 | With regard to a man's doctrine two points must be ~considered, 128 2, 41 | 4: The truth of life, of doctrine, and of justice comprises ~ 129 2, 43 | Ecclus. 6:23): "The wisdom of doctrine is ~according to her name," 130 2, 43 | stands for the renown of doctrine, for which it is praised ~ 131 2, 54 | teaching of the Gospel is the doctrine of perfection. ~Therefore 132 2, 92 | idolatry was banished ~by the doctrine and power of Christ, who 133 2, 107 | justice," and "truth of doctrine." But none of these ~is 134 2, 107 | its parts; and truth of doctrine belongs rather to the ~intellectual 135 2, 107 | 3 Para. 3/3~The truth of doctrine consists in a certain manifestation 136 2, 107 | this sense the truth of doctrine may pertain ~to this virtue, 137 2, 108 | The first is "in religious doctrine"; the second is "a lie that ~ 138 2, 108 | have the ~lie "in religious doctrine," or against man, and this 139 2, 109 | order to disseminate false doctrine, or that he may obtain ~ 140 2, 111 | about a matter of religious doctrine is most ~grievous - and 141 2, 166 | subject." Now the sacred doctrine is concerned with things 142 2, 166 | speech, but from the sacred doctrine; hence he begins by saying: ~" 143 2, 172 | declaration of any new ~doctrine of faith, but for the direction 144 2, 174 | you hath a psalm, hath a doctrine, hath a ~tongue, hath a 145 2, 176 | wicked men who teach a false doctrine never work ~true miracles 146 2, 176 | administer. If they teach a true doctrine, ~sometimes they work true 147 2, 178 | human ~reason, such as the doctrine of the mystery of the Trinity. 148 2, 179 | hearer. As to this object all doctrine ~belongs to the active life 149 2, 179 | quoted speaks expressly of doctrine as to its ~matter, in so 150 2, 185 | prescribed by the ~apostolic doctrine and the teaching of all 151 2, 186 | word which is according to ~doctrine, that he may be able to 152 2, 186 | able to exhort in sound doctrine and to convince ~the gainsayers." 153 2, 186 | letters in reference to the doctrine ~that is "according to godliness" ( 154 2, 186 | is referred to the sacred doctrine. Hence ~Augustine says at 155 2, 187 | with the ~milk of simple doctrine while we progress; until 156 2, 187 | say, we pass from simple doctrine, by which we are taught 157 2, 187 | question of the order of doctrine, in so far as one has to 158 2, 187 | refers to the order of doctrine. For it ~continues thus: " 159 3, 1 | cxxxvii): "The ~Christian doctrine nowhere holds that God was 160 3, 1 | to man and to have His ~doctrine preached to them when and 161 3, 7 | of faith and spiritual ~doctrine. For it behooves him who 162 3, 7 | the means of making his ~doctrine clear; otherwise his doctrine 163 3, 7 | doctrine clear; otherwise his doctrine would be useless. Now Christ 164 3, 7 | chief teacher of spiritual doctrine and faith, according to ~ 165 3, 10 | it is not the Christian doctrine that God was united to flesh 166 3, 12 | that all might receive the ~doctrine of Truth from Him. Hence 167 3, 12 | to hearing the lessons of doctrine until such time as He was 168 3, 12 | of reason, the word ~of doctrine is not vouchsafed before 169 3, 25 | when about to lay down the doctrine of the sacrifice of the ~ 170 3, 26 | of St. Anselm (1109), the doctrine was maintained ~by Eadmer ( 171 3, 26 | among those who upheld the doctrine of the ~Immaculate Conception, 172 3, 26 | very basis of the Catholic doctrine of the Immaculate ~Conception.~ 173 3, 27 | were the bearers of His doctrine, ~should work miracles. 174 3, 35 | many disciples the same doctrine, and of one lord who governs ~ 175 3, 38 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every doctrine that proceeds from God anew 176 3, 40 | His temptation; (3) His doctrine; (4) His miracles.~Aquin.: 177 3, 42 | Para. 1/2 - OF CHRIST'S DOCTRINE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We have 178 3, 42 | now to consider Christ's doctrine, about which there are four ~ 179 3, 42 | and salvation through His doctrine. Therefore it ~seems that 180 3, 42 | power." Now the power of doctrine is made more manifest in 181 3, 42 | order demanded that the doctrine of Christ should ~be made 182 3, 42 | Consequently He did not wish ~His doctrine to be preached to the Gentiles 183 3, 42 | by which He confirmed His doctrine, in the efficacy of His 184 3, 42 | at the outset ~make His doctrine known to the Gentiles equally 185 3, 42 | themselves to ~Christ's doctrine, which was the only way 186 3, 42 | were ever withstanding His doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[42] A[ 187 3, 42 | perfect." ~Now Christ's doctrine contained the most profound 188 3, 42 | I answer that, Anyone's doctrine may be hidden in three ways. 189 3, 42 | does not wish to make his ~doctrine known to many, but rather 190 3, 42 | Wherefore of heretical doctrine it is ~written (Prov. 9: 191 3, 42 | sweeter." Now, Christ's doctrine ~is "not of error nor of 192 3, 42 | candle," i.e. true and pure doctrine, "come in ~to be put under 193 3, 42 | Body Para. 2/3~Secondly, doctrine is hidden because it is 194 3, 42 | He propounded His entire ~doctrine either to the whole crowd 195 3, 42 | Body Para. 3/3~Thirdly, doctrine is hidden, as to the manner 196 3, 42 | night, and expound His ~doctrine in the dark: but He says 197 3, 42 | whole world, where Christ's doctrine was to be ~published by 198 3, 42 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By His doctrine our Lord did not make known 199 3, 42 | should have committed His doctrine to writing?~Aquin.: SMT 200 3, 42 | should have committed His doctrine to ~writing. For the purpose 201 3, 42 | writing is to hand down doctrine to ~posterity. Now Christ' 202 3, 42 | posterity. Now Christ's doctrine was destined to endure for 203 3, 42 | should have ~committed His doctrine to writing.~Aquin.: SMT 204 3, 42 | also ~should have put His doctrine into writing.~Aquin.: SMT 205 3, 42 | have Himself committed His doctrine to writing.~Aquin.: SMT 206 3, 42 | Christ should not commit His ~doctrine to writing. First, on account 207 3, 42 | of teaching whereby His doctrine is ~imprinted on the hearts 208 3, 42 | unto the imprinting of doctrine in the hearts of the ~hearers.~ 209 3, 42 | the excellence of Christ's doctrine, which ~cannot be expressed 210 3, 42 | Christ had committed His doctrine to writing, men would have 211 3, 42 | no deeper thought of His doctrine than that which appears 212 3, 42 | Para. 3/4~Thirdly, that His doctrine might reach all in an orderly 213 3, 42 | Himself had written, His ~doctrine would have reached all immediately.~ 214 3, 42 | sensible signs. But ~Christ's doctrine, which is "the law of the 215 3, 43 | in confirmation of the doctrine that a man teaches. For ~ 216 3, 43 | and that His supernatural doctrine was from God. And therefore 217 3, 43 | in order to confirm His doctrine, ~and in order to show forth 218 3, 43 | 1:27): "What is this new doctrine? For with ~power He commandeth 219 3, 44 | in confirmation of His doctrine. But there is no record 220 3, 44 | in order to confirm His ~doctrine, and witness to His Godhead, 221 3, 44 | they testify to ~Christ's doctrine and power, according to 222 3, 64 | you, and bring not ~this doctrine, receive him not into the 223 3, 66 | contrary, on Heb. 6:2, "Of the doctrine of Baptisms," the gloss ~ 224 3, 71 | signify the receiving of doctrine, as to the ears; consent 225 3, 83 | sacrament, such ~as the doctrine of the apostles and of the 226 3, 83 | assent by faith to Christ's doctrine. And ~it is sung on those 227 3, 83 | the ministers, such as the doctrine of the Old and New ~Testament, 228 3, 83 | Testament, as a sign that this doctrine was announced to the peoples ~ 229 3, 84 | foundation of spiritual doctrine. ~Moreover, the penance 230 Suppl, 25| Church's preaching, her doctrine ~would have no authority 231 Suppl, 36| things pertaining to the doctrine of faith and morals, and 232 Suppl, 37| readers as ~regards prophetic doctrine; by subdeacons as to apostolic 233 Suppl, 37| subdeacons as to apostolic doctrine; and ~by deacons as to the 234 Suppl, 37| deacons as to the gospel doctrine; while ordinary perfection, 235 Suppl, 37| first rudiments of the ~doctrine of faith, namely the Old 236 Suppl, 37| the ~light of spiritual doctrine.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] A[ 237 Suppl, 37| 4 Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: Doctrine is a remote preparation 238 Suppl, 37| wherefore the announcement of doctrine is entrusted to the ~ministers. 239 Suppl, 37| the ~ministers. But the doctrine of the Old Testament is 240 Suppl, 37| ministers. Moreover the doctrine of the New Testament is 241 Suppl, 37| they prepare the people by doctrine. For the acolyte by bearing 242 Suppl, 37| a ~light represents the doctrine of the New Testament in 243 Suppl, 40| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, "Doctrine and Truth" were inscribed 244 Suppl, 40| tunic," signifying the doctrine of Christ; wherefore in 245 Suppl, 40| admitted to ~announce the doctrine of the New Law. The deacon 246 Suppl, 69| canonical Scriptures and the doctrine of the holy Fathers; wherefore 247 Suppl, 93| those who commit the sacred doctrine ~to writing: but it is not 248 Suppl, 93| who labor in the word and doctrine." Therefore a ~greater aureole 249 Suppl, 93| or of martyrdom, or of doctrine more perfectly than another ~


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