9780521029605

Summa Theologiae: 3a. 31-37

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    9780521029605

  • ISBN10:

    0521029600

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2006-10-26
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
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Summary

The Summa Theologiae ranks among the greatest documents of the Christian Church, and is a landmark of medieval western thought. It provides the framework for Catholic studies in systematic theology and for a classical Christian philosophy, and is regularly consulted by scholars of all faiths and none, across a range of academic disciplines. This paperback reissue of the classic Latin/English edition first published by the English Dominicans in the 1960s and 1970s, in the wake of the Second Vatican Council, has been undertaken in response to regular requests from readers and librarians around the world for the entire series of 61 volumes to be made available again. The original text is unchanged, except for the correction of a small number of typographical errors.

Table of Contents

Editorial Notesp. xiii
Introductionp. xv
Bodily Matter in Our Saviour's Conception
Whether Christ's flesh was derived from Adamp. 3
Whether Christ's flesh was derived from Davidp. 7
Whether Christ's genealogy is suitably traced by the Evangelistsp. 11
Whether the matter of Christ's body should have been taken from a womanp. 25
Whether Christ's body was fashioned from the most pure blood of the Virginp. 25
Whether Christ's flesh was in the ancient fathers as determinate matterp. 29
Whether Christ's flesh in the patriarchs was subject to sinp. 33
Whether Christ paid tithes in the person of his ancestor Abrahamp. 35
Activating Principle in Christ's Conception
Whether the Holy Spirit was the activating principle in the conception of Christp. 41
Whether it should be said that Christ was conceived of the Holy Spiritp. 45
Whether the Holy Spirit should be called the father of Christ in respect of his humanityp. 49
Whether the blessed Virgin played any active part in the conception of Christ's bodyp. 51
Mode and Order of Christ's Conception
Whether Christ's body was formed in the first instant of conceptionp. 57
Whether Christ's body was animated in the first instant of its conceptionp. 61
Whether the flesh of Christ was first conceived and afterwards assumed by the Wordp. 65
Whether the conception of Christ was natural or miraculousp. 67
Perfection of the Child Conceived
Whether Christ in the first instant of his conception was sanctified by gracep. 73
Whether Christ in the first instant of conception had the use of freewillp. 77
Whether in the first instant of his conception Christ could meritp. 77
Whether Christ had full vision of God in the first instant of his conceptionp. 79
Birth of Christ
Whether birth is of the nature or the personp. 83
Whether another birth besides the eternal should be attributed to Christp. 85
Whether in respect of his temporal birth the blessed Virgin is his motherp. 89
Whether she should be styled mother of Godp. 91
Whether Christ, in respect of the two filiations, is Son of God and Son of the Virgin Motherp. 95
The manner of his birthp. 101
The placep. 103
The timep. 105
Manifestation of the New-Born Christ
Whether Christ's birth should have been made known to allp. 111
Whether it should have been made known to some onlyp. 113
To whom should it have been manifested?p. 117
Should he have made himself known, or should he have been manifested through others?p. 121
By what other means should the birth have been made known?p. 123
On the order of these manifestationsp. 129
On the star by which his birth was made knownp. 133
On the adoration of the Magi who knew of Christ's birth by a starp. 137
The Child Jesus and Old Law Observances
His circumcisionp. 143
The giving of his namep. 147
His presentation in the Templep. 151
His mother's purificationp. 155
Jesus in his mother's wombp. 158
Sonshipp. 160
He was called Jesusp. 162
The wise men and the starp. 163
Apocryphal storiesp. 166
Glossaryp. 169
Indexp. 173
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