COMMENTARIA IN LIBRUM QUARTUM SENTENTIARUM
by St. Bonaventure of Bagnoregio, O. F. M.
WITH TEXT OF THE BOOK OF SENTENCES BY PETER LOMBARD
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DE DOCTRINA SIGNORUM
Foreword (Prośmium) [introduction to the contents of Book IV of Peter of Lombard's Book of Sentences], by St. Bonaventure
PART I, Chapter 1: On the Sacraments.
Chapter 2: What is a Sacrament.
Chapter 3: What is a sign.
Chapter 4: How sign and Sacrament differ.
Chapter 5: Why the Sacraments have been instituted.
Chapter 6: On the difference of the Old and New Sacraments.
PART II, Chapter 7: On circumcision.
Chapter 8: The remedy which they had, who were before circumcision.
Chapter 9: On the institution of circumcision and its cause.
Chapter 10: On the little ones departed before the eighth day, on which circumcision was done.
DISTINCTION I : Part I: On the Sacraments in General, by St. Bonaventure
Article Sole: On the Sacraments in General
Question 1: On the Institution of the Sacraments
Question 2: On the Signification of the Sacraments
Question 3: On the Contents of the Sacraments
Question 4: On the Efficacy of the Sacraments
Question 5: On the Difference between the Old and New Sacraments
Question 6: On the Grace conferred in the Sacraments
DOUBTS on the text of Part I of Master Peter's First Distinction
DISTINCTION I : Part II: On Circumcision and things annexed
Article I: On the Remedy for Original Sin in the time of the Natural Law
Question 1: Whether unformed faith sufficed for the remedy of original (sin)?
Question 2: Whether for the Remission of Original Sin Faith alone would suffice?
Question 3: Whether in Adults there was required the Virtue of Sacrifice for the Remedy of Original (Sin)?
Article II: On the Remedy (for sin) in the written Law or On Circumcision
Question 1: On the Institution of Circumcision
Question 2: On the Form or Integrity of Circumcision
Question 3: On the Efficacy of Circumcision
DOUBTS on the text of Part II of Master Peter's First Distinction
DISTINCTION IX : "Concerning the Sacrament of the Eucharist in respect to those receiving It."
DISTINCTION XXIV: "Concerning the Sacrament of orders as regards those things which dispose one to receive it."
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OF MASTER PETER’S BOOK OF SENTENCES AND ST. BONAVENTURE’S COMMENTARIA,
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