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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | facts, such as the deeds of Abraham, Isaac ~and Jacob and such 2 1, 20 | angels, but of the seed of Abraham He taketh hold" (Heb. ~2: 3 1, 51 | that angels appeared ~to Abraham under assumed bodies.~Aquin.: 4 1, 51 | angels who appeared to Abraham were seen by him and by 5 1, 51 | said (Gn. ~18:16) that "Abraham walked with" the angels, 6 1, 51 | assumed bodies they ate, and ~Abraham offered them food, after 7 1, 51 | 51] A[3] R.O. 5 Para. 3/3~Abraham offered them food, deeming 8 1, 52 | that angels appeared ~to Abraham under assumed bodies.~Aquin.: 9 1, 52 | angels who appeared to Abraham were seen by him and by 10 1, 52 | said (Gn. ~18:16) that "Abraham walked with" the angels, 11 1, 52 | assumed bodies they ate, and ~Abraham offered them food, after 12 1, 52 | 51] A[3] R.O. 5 Para. 3/3~Abraham offered them food, deeming 13 1, 88 | hell, who saw Lazarus and ~Abraham (Lk. 16:23). Therefore separated 14 1, 88 | when he was in torment, saw Abraham afar off." Therefore local ~ 15 1, 88 | gloss quotes on the text, "Abraham hath not ~known us" (Is. 16 1, 106 | rich man in hell spoke to Abraham, ~notwithstanding the local 17 1, 113 | to Gn. 22:1, "God tempted Abraham." Moreover ~man is tempted 18 2, 40 | commenting on Mt. 1:2, "Abraham begot Isaac, ~and Isaac 19 2, 41 | 18, where ~it is said of Abraham that "against hope" of nature, " 20 2, 66 | different virtues; e.g. ~Abraham for faith (Rm. 4), Moses 21 2, 94 | as when ~God commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son ( 22 2, 98 | promised by oath to thy fathers Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob."~Aquin.: 23 2, 98 | says (Gal. 3:16) that ~"to Abraham were the promises made and 24 2, 98 | account of the merit of Abraham himself that ~this promise 25 2, 98 | 3:16) was first made to Abraham, as related in Gn. ~12:7. 26 2, 98 | at once at the time of ~Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 27 2, 98 | descended from Noe ~through Abraham, to whom the promise was 28 2, 98 | other ~of the descendants of Abraham but David, to whom the promise 29 2, 98 | just as it was given after Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 30 2, 98 | since about the time of Abraham man had fallen headlong 31 2, 98 | wherefore at the time ~of Abraham God gave men certain familiar, 32 2, 98 | household ~precepts: but when Abraham's descendants had multiplied, 33 2, 98 | of the ~promise made to Abraham, and in which he believed, 34 2, 100 | sentence of God. Likewise when Abraham consented to slay his son, ~ 35 2, 100 | according to Rm. 4:2: "If Abraham were justified by works, 36 2, 102 | of God's covenant with Abraham, we assign the literal cause.~ 37 2, 102 | built in the place which Abraham, ~instructed by God, had 38 2, 102 | that the Lord commanded Abraham to "offer" his son ~"for 39 2, 102 | delivery of Isaac, when Abraham found the ram caught by 40 2, 102 | in one God. And because Abraham was the ~first to sever 41 2, 102 | we are told that "unto ~Abraham faith was reputed to justice," 42 2, 102 | declaration, and imitation of Abraham's faith, ~might be fixed 43 2, 102 | memory of the sacrifice of Abraham, whose ~obedience it behooved 44 2, 102 | the first lasting from Abraham to David, the ~second, until 45 2, 103 | the Lord (Gn. 18:20), and Abraham did in like manner (Gn. ~ 46 2, 103 | we read (Gn. 13:18) that "Abraham . . . built . . . an altar 47 2, 103 | instituted as a sign of Abraham's ~faith: the observance 48 2, 103 | ad 10; A[5], ad 1). But Abraham's faith is ever to be ~imitated 49 2, 103 | Reply OBJ 4: The faith of Abraham was commended in that he 50 2, 103 | necessary to make profession of Abraham's faith by means of circumcision. ~ 51 2, 112 | was said by the Lord to Abraham (Gn. 22:12): "Now I ~know 52 2, 112 | OBJ 5: What was said to Abraham may refer to experimental ~ 53 2, 112 | cognizant. For in the ~deed that Abraham had just wrought, he could 54 2, 1 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Abraham believed that Christ would 55 2, 1 | according to ~Jn. 8:56: "Abraham your father rejoiced that 56 2, 1 | But after the time of Abraham, God might not have ~taken 57 2, 1 | that He did, so that ~what Abraham believed about Christ would 58 2, 1 | was ~possible even after Abraham's time, but in so far as 59 2, 1 | above: for instance, that Abraham had two sons, that a dead 60 2, 1 | 6:2,3): "I am the God of Abraham, the God of Isaac, the God 61 2, 1 | the Lord that appeared to Abraham, to Isaac, and to ~Jacob'] . . . 62 2, 2 | Writ, for instance that Abraham had two sons, that ~David 63 2, 16 | It is written (Mt. 1:2): "Abraham begot Isaac," i.e. ~"Faith 64 2, 62 | sin" (Ecclus. 1:27). Now ~Abraham was commended in that he 65 2, 64 | says (De Patriarch. 4 [*De Abraham i, ~3]): "When the conqueror 66 2, 68 | xxii, 33,34], that when Abraham ~said of his wife (Gn. 20: 67 2, 81 | 3:6, "I am the God of Abraham," etc.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 68 2, 82 | we read (Gn. 18:2) that Abraham adored the angels; and ~( 69 2, 82 | to an excellent creature Abraham adored the ~angels, as did 70 2, 82 | that three men ~appeared to Abraham, we are told that he addressed 71 2, 85 | what he deemed right. Thus Abraham by ~a kind of prophetic 72 2, 93 | Judges 7:15): and Eliezer, Abraham's servant, ~acted in like 73 2, 95 | 7:11-13). And we read of Abraham (Gn. 15:8) that he said ~ 74 2, 95 | relating ~to the common good. Abraham asked for a sign through 75 2, 98 | right to receive tithes. Now Abraham bought ~from Ephron a double 76 2, 98 | that the double cave ~which Abraham bought for a burial place 77 2, 98 | that purpose: ~wherefore Abraham could lawfully buy that 78 2, 98 | sinned in selling, though Abraham did not sin in buying, ~ 79 2, 98 | Reply OBJ[2]). Or again, Abraham is to be excused because 80 2, 98 | burial place for nothing, Abraham deemed that he could not 81 2, 102 | virtue: thus He ~commanded Abraham to slay his innocent son ( 82 2, 102 | then, the command given to Abraham to slay his ~innocent son 83 2, 108 | and 20) we are told that Abraham said of his ~wife that she 84 2, 108 | them prophetically." As to Abraham "when he said that ~Sara 85 2, 108 | Faust. ~xxii). Wherefore Abraham himself said (Gn. 20:12): " 86 2, 109 | book on the Patriarchs (De Abraham i) ~says of Abraham that 87 2, 109 | De Abraham i) ~says of Abraham that he "spoke craftily 88 2, 109 | there was sin in Christ or Abraham. Therefore not all dissimulation 89 2, 109 | 111] A[1] R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Abraham also spoke figuratively. 90 2, 109 | figuratively. Wherefore Ambrose (De Abraham i) says ~that Abraham "foretold 91 2, 109 | De Abraham i) says ~that Abraham "foretold what he knew not": 92 2, 148 | says ~(De Patriarch. [*De Abraham i.]): "We learn that we 93 2, 150 | who remained unmarried and Abraham who begot ~children." Now 94 2, 150 | the mind of the agent. Now Abraham had a mind so disposed, 95 2, 150 | John and ~the marriage of Abraham fought Christ's battle in 96 2, 150 | continent even in deed, whereas ~Abraham was continent only in habit."~ 97 2, 150 | say: "I am no better than Abraham, although the chastity of ~ 98 2, 152 | we ~read (Gn. 16:4) that Abraham went in to his handmaid 99 2, 152 | nature. Therefore ~just as Abraham did not sin in being willing 100 2, 152 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Abraham and Jacob went in to their 101 2, 152 | says (De Patriarch. [*De Abraham i, 4]): "Let no ~man be 102 2, 159 | according to his mode: thus Abraham said to the Lord (Gn. 18: 103 2, 169 | gathered from ~the fact that Abraham being admonished in a prophetic 104 2, 172 | as ~that which called to Abraham saying (Gn. 22:11): 'Lay 105 2, 172 | grace. For before the law, Abraham and the other ~patriarchs 106 2, 172 | especially on behalf of ~Abraham and Isaac. Under the Law 107 2, 172 | the Lord that appeared to Abraham, to ~Isaac, and to Jacob, 108 2, 172 | before the Law, was given to ~Abraham, for it was at that time 109 2, 172 | that which was ~made to Abraham. Wherefore it was said to 110 2, 172 | 26:24): "I am the God ~of Abraham thy father," and in like 111 2, 172 | 28:13): "I am ~the God of Abraham thy father, and the God 112 2, 172 | made most explicitly to ~Abraham, so at the outset of the 113 2, 172 | namely, which were ~made to Abraham. "For while prophets were 114 2, 183 | with ~great wealth, since Abraham, to whom it was said (Gn. 115 2, 184 | to us in the ~person of Abraham, to whom the Lord said ( 116 2, 184 | of marriage, one of which Abraham ~had in use, both of them 117 2, 187 | thy brethren, children ~of Abraham, are clothed in filth, and 118 3, 1 | He was pleased to choose Abraham as a standard of the ~restored 119 3, 4 | than from ~the stock of Abraham, who was just.~Aquin.: SMT 120 3, 4 | holiness, which began in Abraham, who was the first to receive ~ 121 3, 8 | angels, but of the ~seed of Abraham He taketh hold." Therefore 122 3, 22 | who received tithes from Abraham, in whose loins the ~priesthood 123 3, 27 | the Son of David ~and of Abraham, by reason of the promise 124 3, 28 | that Christ was the Son of Abraham ~and David, through Joseph 125 3, 31 | paid tithes in the loins of Abraham?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 126 3, 31 | angels: but of the seed of Abraham ~He taketh hold." But the 127 3, 31 | taketh hold." But the seed of Abraham was derived from Adam. Therefore ~ 128 3, 31 | two of ~the patriarchs, Abraham and David, as is clear from 129 3, 31 | Christ. For it was said to Abraham (Gn. 22:18): "In thy seed ~ 130 3, 31 | Christ (Gal. 3:16): "To Abraham were the promises made and 131 3, 31 | prophet, and priest. ~Now Abraham was a priest; which is clear 132 3, 31 | circumcision had its beginning in Abraham: ~while in David God's election 133 3, 31 | Christ was of the seed of Abraham, what must we believe, but 134 3, 31 | his book, beginning from ~Abraham and coming down to Joseph, 135 3, 31 | Gospel, beginning with ~Abraham and descending to Joseph 136 3, 31 | ascending order, he passes ~Abraham and continues up to God, 137 3, 31 | of Christ was in Adam and Abraham "by way of a bodily substance." ~ 138 3, 31 | Christ's flesh was ~in Adam, Abraham, and the other patriarchs, 139 3, 31 | Christ was in Adam and Abraham, other men were there also; 140 3, 31 | men were not in Adam and Abraham by way of some ~signate 141 3, 31 | neither was Christ in Adam and Abraham ~according to something 142 3, 31 | Whether Christ paid tithes in Abraham's loins?~Aquin.: SMT TP 143 3, 31 | Christ "paid tithes" in Abraham's loins. For ~the Apostle 144 3, 31 | Levi, the great-grandson of Abraham, ~"paid tithes in Abraham," 145 3, 31 | Abraham, ~"paid tithes in Abraham," because, when the latter 146 3, 31 | like manner Christ was in ~Abraham's loins when the latter 147 3, 31 | Himself ~also paid tithes in Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 148 3, 31 | Christ is of the seed of Abraham according to the flesh ~ 149 3, 31 | His Mother paid tithes in Abraham. ~Therefore for a like reason 150 3, 31 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, "in Abraham tithe was levied on that 151 3, 31 | s flesh paid tithes in ~Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 152 3, 31 | Christ paid ~tithes when Abraham paid them to Melchisedech, 153 3, 31 | pay tithes there," i.e. in Abraham, "for His flesh derived 154 3, 31 | Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham. For ~the Apostle proves 155 3, 31 | priesthood, from the fact that ~Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech, 156 3, 31 | had also ~paid tithes in Abraham, His priesthood would not 157 3, 31 | Christ did not pay tithes in Abraham's loins, as Levi did.~Aquin.: 158 3, 31 | tithes to Melchisedech, Abraham foreshadowed that he, as 159 3, 31 | and all the others were in Abraham in such a way so as ~to 160 3, 31 | they ~all paid tithes in Abraham, i.e. foreshadowed as needing 161 3, 31 | And Christ alone was in Abraham in such a manner as to descend ~ 162 3, 31 | Therefore He was not in Abraham so as to need to be healed, 163 3, 31 | He did not ~pay tithes in Abraham's loins.~Aquin.: SMT TP 164 3, 31 | original sin, ~she was in Abraham as needing to be healed. 165 3, 31 | wherefore it was not less in Abraham than in Levi. Consequently, ~ 166 3, 31 | Levi. Consequently, ~since Abraham paid tithes to Melchisedech 167 3, 36 | sermon on the Epiphany: "To Abraham was ~promised an innumerable 168 3, 36 | they are ~made the seed of Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 169 3, 37 | circumcision was ~prescribed to Abraham as a sign of the covenant 170 3, 37 | that He was descended from Abraham, who had received ~the commandment 171 3, 37 | circumcised as a son of Abraham before His Passion.~Aquin.: 172 3, 37 | Him; thus it was said to Abraham (Gn. 17:5): "Thou ~shalt 173 3, 37 | Thou ~shalt be called Abraham; because I have made thee 174 3, 37 | 3: As is related Gn. 17, Abraham received from God and at 175 3, 43 | 18:17): "Can I hide from Abraham what I am about to do?" 176 3, 52 | said that Christ came into Abraham's bosom, without naming ~ 177 3, 52 | Reply OBJ 4: The expression "Abraham's bosom" may be taken in 178 3, 52 | the blessed is now called ~Abraham's bosom, yet it is not styled 179 3, 52 | sorrows said to be ~now in Abraham's bosom.~Aquin.: SMT TP 180 3, 52 | righteous ones who were in Abraham's bosom, from whom I fail 181 3, 52 | But I ~fail to see how Abraham, into whose bosom the poor 182 3, 52 | according to Jn. 8:56: "Abraham your father ~rejoiced that 183 3, 55 | Genesis 18, of the angels whom Abraham entertained. and ~in the 184 3, 59 | angels, but of the seed of Abraham He taketh hold." Consequently, ~ 185 3, 62 | Apostle says (Rm. 4:11) that Abraham ~"received the sign of Circumcision, 186 3, 66 | to be born of the seed of Abraham, whose faith was ~signified 187 3, 70 | and not at the time of Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 188 3, 70 | promulgated at the time of Abraham, but ~rather at the time 189 3, 70 | instituted at the time of Abraham~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[2] 190 3, 70 | among the Fathers of old, Abraham was the ~first to receive 191 3, 70 | instituted in the person ~of Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 192 3, 70 | But about the time of Abraham faith was on the wane, many 193 3, 70 | Hence the Lord ~said of Abraham (Gn. 18:19): "I know that 194 3, 70 | circumcision is as a sign of Abraham's ~faith, who believed that 195 3, 70 | sign of that faith whereby Abraham ~believed that Christ would 196 3, 70 | Apostle says (Rm. 4:11), that Abraham "received the sign of ~circumcision, 197 3, 83 | the sacrifice ~of Abel, Abraham, and Melchisedech.~Aquin.: 198 3, 84 | repentance to the righteous, to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, nor to 199 3, 89 | his reward in ~this world, Abraham would certainly not have 200 Suppl, 16| of them ~said that even Abraham will repent of not having 201 Suppl, 47| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Abraham and Isaac were constant. 202 Suppl, 63| the contrary, We read of Abraham having contracted a second 203 Suppl, 65| beloved of God, for instance Abraham and Jacob, ~had intercourse 204 Suppl, 65| in the inheritance. Yet Abraham sent Agar ~away, and her 205 Suppl, 65| Therefore she was not ~Abraham's wife.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 206 Suppl, 65| book on the patriarchs (De Abraham i, 4): ~"What is unlawful 207 Suppl, 65| by the same dispensation Abraham was allowed ~to send Agar 208 Suppl, 67| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Abraham carnally knew Agar with 209 Suppl, 67| dispensation vouchsafed to Abraham in the slaying of his innocent 210 Suppl, 68| stated (Gn. 25:5,6) that "Abraham gave all his ~possessions 211 Suppl, 69| limbo of hell is the same as Abraham's bosom?~(5) Whether limbo 212 Suppl, 69| up ~their abode either in Abraham's bosom or in the place 213 Suppl, 69| limbo of hell is the same as Abraham's bosom?~Aquin.: SMT XP 214 Suppl, 69| hell is not the same as Abraham's ~bosom. For according 215 Suppl, 69| a favorable sense." Now Abraham's ~bosom is taken in a favorable 216 Suppl, 69| unfavorable ~signification to Abraham's bosom and the place of 217 Suppl, 69| by the angels." Therefore Abraham's bosom is not the ~same 218 Suppl, 69| seen by ~those who are in Abraham's bosom, as may be gathered 219 Suppl, 69| endlessly happy." Therefore Abraham's bosom is not the ~same 220 Suppl, 69| carry the departed soul to Abraham's ~bosom. Therefore it would 221 Suppl, 69| Therefore it would seem that Abraham's bosom is not the same 222 Suppl, 69| Lazarus was taken is ~called Abraham's bosom. Now he was taken 223 Suppl, 69| coming of Christ." Therefore Abraham's bosom is the same as limbo.~ 224 Suppl, 69| after his death. Therefore Abraham likewise was taken to ~hell 225 Suppl, 69| death; and consequently Abraham's bosom would seem to be 226 Suppl, 69| to men in the person of Abraham, ~who was the first to sever 227 Suppl, 69| men after death is called Abraham's bosom," as Augustine ~ 228 Suppl, 69| and thus it is called ~Abraham's bosom, and as regards 229 Suppl, 69| coming the limbo of hell ~and Abraham's bosom were one place accidentally 230 Suppl, 69| consequently, nothing prevents Abraham's bosom from being after 231 Suppl, 69| was good in ~it was called Abraham's bosom, but as regards 232 Suppl, 69| Accordingly, neither is Abraham's bosom taken in an ~unfavorable 233 Suppl, 69| holy Fathers was called Abraham's ~bosom before as well 234 Suppl, 69| was called both hell and Abraham's bosom, wherefore God was 235 Suppl, 69| God, this rest is called Abraham's bosom, ~but not hell by 236 Suppl, 69| It is to this bosom of Abraham that the Church ~prays for 237 Suppl, 69| died," ~etc., which says: "Abraham's bosom is the rest of the 238 Suppl, 72| Thou art our father and Abraham hath not known ~us, and 239 Suppl, 72| that when Isaias said this, Abraham had no such ~knowledge, 240 Suppl, 72| words: ~"I am the God of Abraham, and the God of Isaac, and 241 Suppl, 72| those words were uttered, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob ~lived 242 Suppl, 72| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Abraham's soul, properly speaking, 243 Suppl, 72| properly speaking, is not Abraham himself, ~but a part of 244 Suppl, 72| others). Hence life in ~Abraham's soul does not suffice 245 Suppl, 72| does not suffice to make Abraham a living being, or to ~make 246 Suppl, 72| or to ~make the God of Abraham the God of a living man. 247 Suppl, 91| wherefore a gloss on Is. 63:16, "Abraham hath not known us," ~says: " 248 Suppl, 95| midst ~of his torments "saw Abraham . . . and Lazarus in his


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