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Commentary on the Gospel of John

Chapters 13-21

Thomas Aquinas

Publication Year: 2012

Published by: The Catholic University of America Press

Frontmatter

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Contents

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pp. v-

Abbreviations for Patristic and Medieval Sources

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pp. vii-x

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Chapter 13

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pp. 1-46

1727. Above, the Evangelist set forth some of the events leading to Christ’s passion and death; in this part he shows how Christ prepared his disciples before his passion. First, we see how he formed them by his example; secondly, how he comforted them with his words (chap. 14);...

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Chapter 14

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pp. 47-95

1848. Above (chap. 13), our Lord taught his disciples by example, here he consoles them by his words. First, they are encouraged in many ways by what he says; secondly, what he has said is explained (chap. 16). Concerning the first, we should note that there were two things...

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Chapter 15

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pp. 96-129

1978. In this talk our Lord especially wants to comfort his disciples about two things: one was near, in the present, and this was his passion; the other was what they feared in the future, and this was the troubles which would come upon them. He had said to them about...

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Chapter 16

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pp. 130-166

2068. Above, our Lord had used certain considerations to console his disciples over his leaving and against the persecutions and tribulations that would come upon them. Here he amplifies these considerations more clearly. First, he explains the considerations he gave...

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Chapter 17

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pp. 167-197

2177. Above, our Lord consoled his disciples by example and encouragement; here he comforts them by his prayer. In this prayer he does three things: first, he prays for himself; secondly, for the group of the disciples (v. 6); thirdly, for all the faithful (v. 20). He does three...

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Chapter 18

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pp. 198-225

2271. Before his passion, as we saw above, our Lord prepared his disciples in many ways: teaching them by his example, comforting them with his words, and aiding them by his prayers. Now the Evangelist begins the history of the passion: first, he sets forth the mystery...

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Chapter 19

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pp. 226-251

2371. Above, the Evangelist gave us an account of what Christ suffered from the Jews; here he describes what in particular he endured from the Gentiles. He suffered three things, as he had predicted: “They will deliver him to the Gentiles, to be mocked and scourged and crucified...

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Chapter 20

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pp. 252-281

2470. Having related the mysteries of the passion of Christ, the Evangelist now speaks of the resurrection. First, he says the resurrection was made known to certain women; secondly, to the disciples (v. 19). The revelation of Christ’s resurrection to the women went in...

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Chapter 21

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pp. 282-308

2569. The Evangelist has just told of two appearances of Christ to his disciples. Now he mentions a third appearance. If we consider the order and purpose of these appearances, it is evident that the first showed Christ’s divine authority by his breathing the Holy Spirit upon...

Cumulative Index

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pp. 309-318


E-ISBN-13: 9780813217758
Print-ISBN-13: 9780813217345

Page Count: 331
Publication Year: 2012

Series Title: Thomas Aquinas in translation

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  • Bible. N.T. John I, 1-18 -- Commentaries.
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