COMMENTARIA IN LIBRUM TERTIUM SENTENTIARUM
by St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio, O. F. M.
WITH TEXT OF THE BOOK OF SENTENCES BY PETER LOMBARD
ENGLISH TRANSLATION by The Franciscan Archive
Accompanied by the Latin Text of the Quaracchi Edition, in Parallel
With the footnotes and Scholia of the Quaracchi Editors
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DE INCARNATIONE VERBI ET HUMANI GENERIS REPARATIONE
Foreword (Prośmium) [introduction to the contents of Book III of Peter of Lombard's Book of Sentences]
DISTINCTION II "Concerning the sanctification of the Blessed Virgin."
ARTICLE I "Concerning the sanctification of the Virgin to the extent of its congruence of time."
Question I: "Whether the flesh of the Virgin had been sanctified before its animation."
DISTINCTION XII : ARTICLE III "Concerning the condition of the nature [assumed] according to gender."
Question I: "Whether it would have been fitting that God assume the womanly gender."
DISTINCTION XX : Article I, Question III: "Whether any pure creature could have made satisfaction for the sins of the whole human race?"
DISTINCTION XXV : Article I, Question III: "Whether all are bound to believe explicitly all the articles of the Faith after Christ's coming?"
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