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The writer keeps that Thomas Aquinas in his observation on Romans makes use of predestination and election as hermeneutical keys to appreciate Romans Sep 11 and to maintain a good theological view of the Jewish humans.

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Migne. 1844-911. 192:152). From Augustine. 18 (PL42:358). 23. See II. Causa XXVII. Questio I. Canon XIII and Canon XIV. respectively. Further. Robert Chazan provides a translation of pertinent legislation in Church, State. and Jew in the Middle Ages. Library of Jewish Studies (New York: Behrman House. 1980). esp. 20-26. 24. Ibid. 25. Ibid. Related written papal policies were compiled and organized chronologically by Raymond of Penyafort in the Decretales; the work was com. pleted nearly a centory after Gratian's Decretum and was promulgated by Gregory IX in 1234.

God's activity of choosing bestows a titular status on those selected. In all of this, there seems to be a certain elasticity in Paul's application of the term EKAoYl1. 33 Paul explicitly asserts that no one may lay a charge against or condemn God's elect. 29). Yet how can all these claims be true? 's irrevocable election? "2. Some preliminary questions must be asked: Does Thomas' understanding of election in eRO replicate or refine certain aspects of predestination? And, regarding election, are there material borrowings from or substantial correspondence with works prior to or contemporaneous with Predestination and Election in Aquinas 63 specific application to Jews and Gentiles alike.

Because it must be said that the gift here is taken for a promise which is made in accordance with the foreknowledge and predestination of God. However, the call is taken for election, because on account of the certitude of both, what God promises, now by a certain mode he calls. 45 The status of corporate Israel, the role of the renmant, and the election of the individuals are integrally preserved. Since this is so, there is a necessity and a responsibility incumbent upon the Christian church to preserve 66 THOMAS AQUINAS ON THE JEWS the role of the Jews in the temporal outworking of salvation history.

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