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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | made to the apostles and prophets who wrote the ~canonical 2 1, 1 | similitudes by the ministry of the prophets." But to put ~forward anything 3 1, 12 | at any time," says: "Not prophets only, but neither angels 4 1, 43 | with the Fathers and the Prophets." Thus the words, "the ~ 5 1, 51 | God is wont to be in the prophets, as ~Augustine says (De 6 1, 57 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the prophets are enlightened by the angels, 7 1, 57 | Coel. Hier. iv). But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; 8 1, 57 | secret to His servants the prophets." Therefore angels know ~ 9 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 3: Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the 10 1, 57 | revealed in general to the prophets what He was one day to ~ 11 1, 57 | particulars of the same, which the prophets did not know. Thus we ~read ( 12 1, 57 | holy apostles." Among the prophets ~also, the later ones knew 13 1, 43 | with the Fathers and the Prophets." Thus the words, "the ~ 14 1, 52 | God is wont to be in the prophets, as ~Augustine says (De 15 1, 58 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the prophets are enlightened by the angels, 16 1, 58 | Coel. Hier. iv). But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; 17 1, 58 | secret to His servants the prophets." Therefore angels know ~ 18 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 3: Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the 19 1, 58 | revealed in general to the prophets what He was one day to ~ 20 1, 58 | particulars of the same, which the prophets did not know. Thus we ~read ( 21 1, 58 | holy apostles." Among the prophets ~also, the later ones knew 22 2, 68 | not always reside in the prophets," as ~Gregory states (Hom. 23 2, 73 | altars, they have slain Thy prophets with the ~sword." Moreover 24 2, 98 | the law ~. . . and in the prophets, and in the psalms, concerning 25 2, 99 | this is the ~Law and the prophets." But the whole of the Old 26 2, 99 | comprised in the ~Law and the prophets. Therefore the whole of 27 2, 99 | dependeth the whole Law and ~the prophets." ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[99] 28 2, 100 | dependeth the whole ~law and the prophets." But these two commandments 29 2, 102 | just as the ~words of the prophets regarded the time being 30 2, 102 | doctrine of the Law of the prophets; and He was ~like perfect 31 2, 102 | teaching of the Law and the Prophets, there were, even ~under 32 2, 106 | the friends of God ~and prophets." Therefore the New Law 33 2, 1 | to His holy apostles and prophets."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[ 34 2, 1 | viz. that "He spoke by the prophets." ~Therefore the articles 35 2, 2 | immolation; and since ~other prophets had foretold it, as may 36 2, 5 | inspiring inwardly: thus ~the prophets heard, as expressed by the 37 2, 6 | revealed to the apostles and prophets, while to some they are ~ 38 2, 11 | Ezech. 13:6) about the false prophets: "They have persisted ~to 39 2, 21 | just as wise men and the prophets who, consequently, strove 40 2, 42 | dependeth the whole Law and the prophets."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 41 2, 43 | maketh the friends of God and prophets": whereas ~peace and the 42 2, 74 | anathema. In the same way the prophets in ~the Scriptures sometimes 43 2, 81 | according to the custom of the prophets "to foretell ~the future 44 2, 98 | freely offered to the good prophets, for their livelihood, but ~ 45 2, 98 | gift of prophecy. Wicked ~prophets, however, abused this exercise 46 2, 111 | was not of ~the race of prophets: hence the text goes on, " 47 2, 151 | rendered the hearts of the prophets, for the moment, insensible ~ 48 2, 165 | forsaking the gospels and the prophets, reading ~stage-plays, and 49 2, 167 | to repentance, as did the prophets of whom the Apostle is speaking ~ 50 2, 169 | some ~apostles; and some prophets; and other some evangelists; 51 2, 169 | knowledge, ~because, to wit, prophets know things that are far [ 52 2, 169 | speech, in so far as the prophets ~declare for the instruction 53 2, 169 | Isidore says (Etym. viii, 7), "prophets" may be ~described as "proefatores [ 54 2, 169 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Those prophets who are described as foolish 55 2, 169 | are not ~true but false prophets, of whom it is said (Jer. 56 2, 169 | not to ~the words of the prophets that prophesy to you, and 57 2, 169 | 3): "Woe to the foolish prophets, that follow their own ~ 58 2, 169 | is God Himself, Whom the prophets do not see in ~His essence, 59 2, 169 | secret to His servants the ~prophets." Now whatever is revealed 60 2, 169 | the first truth, which the prophets do not see in ~itself. Wherefore 61 2, 169 | The Lord reveals to the prophets all things that are ~necessary 62 2, 169 | Jerome] says. Now the ~prophets were commanded (Jer. 23: 63 2, 169 | that sometimes the holy prophets, when consulted, utter certain ~ 64 2, 170 | the demons?~(6) Whether prophets of the demons ever tell 65 2, 170 | friends of God, and the ~prophets." Now wisdom makes the friends 66 2, 170 | Therefore it ~also makes the prophets immediately, and not through 67 2, 170 | the friends of God, and prophets." ~Now there can be no holiness 68 2, 170 | reveals His ~secrets to the prophets (Amos 3:7). Therefore it 69 2, 170 | it would seem that the ~prophets are the friends of God; 70 2, 170 | 7:15): "Beware of false prophets, who ~come to you in the 71 2, 170 | consequently all such are false prophets. Therefore no man is a ~ 72 2, 170 | read of the sons of the prophets (4 Kgs. 4:38) that they " 73 2, 170 | the friends of God, and prophets." Others, however, ~receive 74 2, 170 | are not always revealed to prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[172] A[ 75 2, 170 | manifest that such are false ~prophets, because they are not sent 76 2, 170 | unto mount Carmel, and the prophets of Baal four hundred and ~ 77 2, 170 | hundred and ~fifty, and the prophets of the grove four hundred, 78 2, 170 | styled in the Scriptures as ~prophets, not simply, but with an 79 2, 170 | for instance as "false ~prophets," or "prophets of idols." 80 2, 170 | as "false ~prophets," or "prophets of idols." Hence Augustine 81 2, 170 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prophets of the demons ever foretell 82 2, 170 | It would seem that the prophets of the demons never foretell 83 2, 170 | the Holy Ghost." ~Now the prophets of the demons do not speak 84 2, 170 | 2: Further, just as true prophets are inspired by the Spirit 85 2, 170 | Spirit of ~truth, so the prophets of the demons are inspired 86 2, 170 | in the mouth of all his prophets." Now the prophets inspired 87 2, 170 | all his prophets." Now the prophets inspired by ~the Holy Ghost 88 2, 170 | A[6]). ~Therefore the prophets of the demons never speak 89 2, 170 | lying. Now by inspiring his prophets, the devil ~speaks only 90 2, 170 | Cor. 6:14). Therefore the ~prophets of the demons never foretell 91 2, 170 | Israel." Therefore even the prophets of the demons ~foretell 92 2, 170 | which they instruct their prophets, ~contains some truths whereby 93 2, 170 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The prophets of the demons do not always 94 2, 170 | truths even by the demons' prophets, both that the ~truth may 95 2, 170 | Yet even when the demons' prophets are instructed by the demons, 96 2, 171 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the prophets see God's very essence?~( 97 2, 171 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the prophets see the very essence of 98 2, 171 | It would seem that the prophets see the very essence of 99 2, 171 | die and ~not live," says: "Prophets can read in the book of 100 2, 171 | very ~essence. Therefore prophets see God's very essence.~ 101 2, 171 | actions." Now, of all men, prophets ~have the highest knowledge 102 2, 171 | contingencies are foreknown by the prophets "with ~unchangeable truth." 103 2, 171 | God alone. ~Therefore the prophets see God Himself.~Aquin.: 104 2, 171 | Wherefore it is said of the prophets (Heb. 11:13) that "they 105 2, 171 | have maintained that the prophets see the ~very essence of 106 2, 171 | Consequently it is impossible for prophets to see God as ~containing 107 2, 171 | essence of God, and that the prophets do not see in the Divine ~ 108 2, 171 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophets are said to read the book 109 2, 171 | Jerome on Amos 1:2 says that "prophets draw comparisons from ~things 110 2, 171 | by the ministry of the prophets." ~Now multiplicity of visions 111 2, 171 | 32): "The spirits of ~the prophets are subject to the prophets." 112 2, 171 | prophets are subject to the prophets." Now this were impossible 113 2, 171 | senses takes place in the prophets without ~subverting the 114 2, 171 | the intenseness of the prophets' contemplation; thus we 115 2, 171 | passage quoted refers to prophets in whom imaginary ~pictures 116 2, 171 | OBJ 4: The spirit of the prophets is said to be subject to 117 2, 171 | said to be subject to the ~prophets as regards the prophetic 118 2, 171 | quoted; because, to wit, the prophets in declaring what they ~ 119 2, 171 | correct to say that the prophets are subject to the. spirit 120 2, 171 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether prophets always know the things which 121 2, 171 | It would seem that the prophets always know the things which 122 2, 171 | stated above, even true prophets know not all that the Holy 123 2, 171 | beginning refer to true prophets whose minds are ~perfectly 124 2, 172 | was the greatest of the prophets?~(5) Whether a comprehensor 125 2, 172 | foreknowledge, since the prophets "read in the ~book of foreknowledge," 126 2, 172 | the case of nearly all the prophets." Further, he mentions ~ 127 2, 172 | Reg.) distinguishes the "prophets" ~from the "sacred writers." 128 2, 172 | all those whom he calls prophets (such as ~Isaias, Jeremias, 129 2, 172 | seem more proper to call ~prophets those who had intellective 130 2, 172 | included in the ranks of ~the prophets, who moreover were called 131 2, 172 | who moreover were called prophets for the special reason ~ 132 2, 172 | was the greatest of the prophets?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 133 2, 172 | not the greatest of the prophets. ~For a gloss at the beginning 134 2, 172 | not the greatest of the ~prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 135 2, 172 | not greater than all the prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 136 2, 172 | respect one or other of the prophets was ~greater than Moses, 137 2, 172 | greater than the other prophets. First, as regards the intellectual ~ 138 2, 172 | OBJ 2: These signs of the prophets mentioned were greater as 139 2, 172 | the blessed can be called ~prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 140 2, 172 | even blessed ~angels can be prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 141 2, 172 | the blessed can be called prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 142 2, 172 | saints can likewise be called prophets after ~they have died.~Aquin.: 143 2, 172 | Therefore they cannot be called prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 144 2, 172 | wherefore they ~cannot be called prophets.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 145 2, 172 | speaking to man; ~while the prophets declared both in words and 146 2, 172 | manner the books of the prophets do not ~appear to have been 147 2, 172 | pen," after which many prophets wrote their prophecies. 148 2, 172 | Lord said (Mt. 11:13): "The prophets and the law ~prophesied 149 2, 172 | excellent manner than in the prophets ~of old, according to Eph. 150 2, 172 | to His ~holy apostles and prophets in the Spirit." Therefore 151 2, 172 | was the greatest of the ~prophets, and yet he preceded the 152 2, 172 | yet he preceded the other prophets. Therefore prophecy did ~ 153 2, 172 | Godhead. Hence they are called prophets, according to Ps. 104:15, " 154 2, 172 | 104:15, "Do no ~evil to My prophets," which words are said especially 155 2, 172 | other revelations to the ~prophets were founded. And so, too, 156 2, 172 | made to Abraham. "For while prophets were scarcely ever lacking 157 2, 172 | nation to have a number of prophets ~especially at the time 158 2, 172 | enjoying liberty, to have prophets to teach them what to do.~ 159 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The prophets who foretold the coming 160 2, 172 | that there were no more prophets after John. For we read 161 2, 174 | past to the ~fathers by the prophets." Therefore it would seem 162 2, 176 | false Christs and false ~prophets, and shall show great signs 163 2, 181 | some apostles, and some ~prophets, and other some evangelists, 164 2, 182 | dependeth the ~whole law and the prophets." Now the perfection of 165 2, 184 | the way of ~lying in the Prophets of Jerusalem; and they strengthened 166 2, 185 | 7:15): "Beware of false prophets who come ~to you in the 167 2, 186 | will be occupied in the prophets." In another way the study ~ 168 2, 187 | fulfilled ~the law and the prophets, seeing that it is written 169 3, 7 | was the greatest of the prophets, as was said above (SS, ~ 170 3, 7 | comparison is drawn between other prophets, who saw Divine things in ~ 171 3, 7 | comprehensors," are above prophets, who are ~merely "wayfarers"; 172 3, 16 | had promised before by His prophets in the ~holy Scriptures, 173 3, 18 | accordance with what the Prophets of old taught us ~concerning 174 3, 21 | they have the Law and the Prophets, ~who foretold concerning 175 3, 26 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prophets and priests of the Old Law 176 3, 35 | Jewish kings, however wicked, prophets were sent ~for their healing. 177 3, 36 | because the tongue of the prophets ~spoke no longer." But the 178 3, 37 | prophetic foretelling. But ~the prophets foretold another name for 179 3, 38 | of the Highest." But the prophets who lived before Christ 180 3, 40 | to destroy the Law or the Prophets." Commenting on these words, ~ 181 3, 43 | answers thus: "We own that the prophets ~did as much . . . But even 182 3, 43 | Moses himself and the other prophets made ~Christ the Lord the 183 3, 43 | thing we know the ~ancient prophets also did . . . Yet Christ 184 3, 45 | Acts 10:43) that "all the prophets give ~testimony" to Christ. 185 3, 45 | Elias, but also all ~the prophets, should have been present 186 3, 45 | or Jeremias or one of the prophets, He brings ~the leaders 187 3, 45 | brings ~the leaders of the prophets with Him; that hereby at 188 3, 45 | Moses gave them, and by the prophets, of whom Elias was the ~ 189 3, 46 | law ~of Moses, and in the prophets, and in the psalms concerning 190 3, 47 | signs ~in Him which the prophets said would come to pass: 191 3, 55 | written in the Law, and in the prophets, and ~in the Psalms, concerning 192 3, 69 | 45: "It is written in the prophets . . . They shall all be 193 3, 83 | church the teachings of the ~prophets and apostles: after this " 194 Suppl, 41| touches not the hearts of the prophets." ~Therefore it is sinful.~ 195 Suppl, 41| touch the hearts ~of the prophets at the time of the marriage 196 Suppl, 65| either by ~the law or by the prophets, it would seem that it was 197 Suppl, 67| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the prophets spoke inspired by the Holy 198 Suppl, 67| least by the law or the prophets: "Show My people their wicked ~ 199 Suppl, 67| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The prophets, inspired by the Holy Ghost, 200 Suppl, 72| coming was foreknown by the ~prophets, which does not apply to 201 Suppl, 72| known beforehand by the prophets. Hence there was no ~need 202 Suppl, 96| the beasts and the false prophets [*Vulg.: 'the beast and ~


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