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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 25 | Augustine means when he says (Contra Faust. xxix, 5): "Whosoever 2 1, 25 | Augustine thus argues (Contra Maximin. iii, 8): "If God ~ 3 1, 39 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii) that the word ~{ 4 1, 39 | a ~confused sense." And (Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers 5 1, 41 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 1): "If God 6 1, 41 | Further, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 12): "The Son 7 1, 42 | the words of Augustine (Contra Maxim. iv): "Not whereby 8 1, 42 | Wherefore Augustine says (Contra Maxim. ~iii, 13), "The question 9 1, 42 | Himself. For Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 7), ~"Were He 10 1, 45 | nothing. For Augustine says (Contra Adv. Leg. et Proph. i): " 11 1, 49 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Julian. i, 9): "There is 12 1, 49 | OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls 13 1, 50 | death," ~as Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii). The angels 14 1, 64 | against ~the Maniches (De Gen. Contra Manich. ii, 17) says: "The 15 1, 39 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii) that the word ~{ 16 1, 39 | a ~confused sense." And (Contra Maxim. ii) "'from Him' refers 17 1, 41 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 1): "If God 18 1, 41 | Further, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 12): "The Son 19 1, 42 | the words of Augustine (Contra Maxim. iv): "Not whereby 20 1, 42 | Wherefore Augustine says (Contra Maxim. ~iii, 13), "The question 21 1, 42 | Himself. For Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii, 7), ~"Were He 22 1, 46 | nothing. For Augustine says (Contra Adv. Leg. et Proph. i): " 23 1, 50 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Julian. i, 9): "There is 24 1, 50 | OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Contra Julian. i): "The Lord calls 25 1, 51 | death," ~as Augustine says (Contra Maxim. iii). The angels 26 1, 65 | against ~the Maniches (De Gen. Contra Manich. ii, 17) says: "The 27 1, 94 | says, in a homily (Serm. contra Judaeos): ~"The prince of 28 1, 104 | of nature. For Augustine (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3) says: "God 29 1, 104 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3): "God sometimes ~ 30 1, 104 | extend. So Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3): "God ~acts 31 1, 104 | Wherefore ~Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3): "That is 32 1, 104 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3): "Where 33 2, 2 | to Ambrose ~[*Augustine, Contra Maxim. Arian. ii. 13], glory 34 2, 2 | as Ambrose ~[*Augustine, Contra Maxim. Arian. ii, 13] says. 35 2, 10 | it," as Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3). ~Therefore 36 2, 19 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) that "sin 37 2, 20 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Mendac. vii), that "there 38 2, 21 | sin; for Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) ~that " 39 2, 71 | sin proposed by Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii): ~"Sin is a 40 2, 71 | God," as Augustine shows (Contra Faust. xxii, 27). But the 41 2, 71 | authority of Augustine suffices (Contra Faust. ~xxii, 27).~Aquin.: 42 2, 71 | Accordingly Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, 27) includes 43 2, 74 | words Augustine ~explains (Contra Julian. iii, 26; De Verb. 44 2, 80 | 2: Further, Jerome says (Contra Jovin. ii, 2) that "as God 45 2, 81 | Merit. et ~Remiss. ix; Contra Julian. iii, 1; De Dono 46 2, 86 | bodies, as Augustine says ~(Contra Quinque Haereses v). Now 47 2, 88 | sin. For Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 27): "Sin is 48 2, 88 | OBJ 3: As Augustine says (Contra Mendacium vii), "those things ~ 49 2, 91 | Hence ~Augustine says (Contra Faust. iv) that "promises 50 2, 91 | Hence Augustine ~says (Contra Adimant. Manich. discip. 51 2, 92 | well," as ~Augustine says (Contra duas Epist. Pelag. ii). 52 2, 99 | Law. For Augustine says ~(Contra Faust. vi, 2) that in the 53 2, 100 | because as Augustine says (Contra ~Faust. xxii, 24), "even 54 2, 102 | Hence Augustine says (Contra Faustum iv, 7): "If the 55 2, 103 | the teaching Augustine (Contra Faust. ~xix, 16), who says: " 56 2, 104 | figurative, as Augustine states (Contra Faust. xxii, 24). ~For this 57 2, 106 | OBJ 2: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix, 31), Montanus 58 2, 107 | Further, Augustine says (Contra Adamant. Manich. discip. 59 2, 107 | which Augustine assigns (Contra Faust. ~iv, 2), viz. that " 60 2, 107 | OBJ 2: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix, 26), those precepts ~ 61 2, 107 | Old. Hence Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix, ~23,28) that " 62 2, 114 | OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. iv, 2), "in these 63 2, 2 | Christ, as ~Augustine states (Contra Faust. xiii, 15). Moreover, 64 2, 4 | presupposed, as Augustine states (Contra ~Julian. iv, 3).~Aquin.: 65 2, 8 | according to Augustine (Contra Julian. Pelag. iv, 3). Now 66 2, 10 | Augustine says (De Bapt. contra Donat. iv, 20): "I should 67 2, 10 | For, ~Augustine says (Contra Ep. Parmen. iii, 2) "these 68 2, 13 | unico Baptismo (De ~Bap. contra Donat. vi, 35) he says that " 69 2, 20 | that, As Augustine states (Contra Julian. iv, 3), "every virtue ~ 70 2, 22 | Even so, as Augustine says (Contra ~Julian. iv, 3), "the prudence 71 2, 22 | evil: ~thus Augustine says (Contra Julian. iv, 3) that the 72 2, 37 | the contrary, Augustine (Contra Faust. xx, 3; Contra Crescon. 73 2, 37 | Augustine (Contra Faust. xx, 3; Contra Crescon. ii, 4) ~distinguishes 74 2, 37 | power. For Augustine ~says (Contra Donat. i, 1): "Just as those 75 2, 37 | De Unico Bapt. [*De Bap. contra Donat. ~vi, 5]): "One who 76 2, 37 | sacraments. But Augustine says (Contra Donat. vi, 5) that "Baptism ~ 77 2, 38 | reason Augustine ~says (Contra Faust. xxii, 75): "The natural 78 2, 38 | Hence Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 74): "The passion 79 2, 38 | OBJ 1: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 70): "To take 80 2, 38 | anyone, as Augustine states (Contra Mend. ~xv). Therefore, as 81 2, 41 | according to Augustine ~(Contra Faust. xxii, 27), a sin 82 2, 41 | scandal. For Augustine (Contra Ep. Parmen. iii, 2) teaches ~ 83 2, 51 | prudence. For Augustine says ~(Contra Julian. iv, 3): "There are 84 2, 53 | As Augustine observes (Contra Julian. iv, 3) just as ~ 85 2, 58 | QQ. Exod. ~qu. 2) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 70] that just 86 2, 62 | according to Augustine (Contra Mendac. vii) and ~the Philosopher ( 87 2, 62 | good, as ~Augustine says (Contra Parmen. iii, 2). Wherefore 88 2, 64 | according to Augustine (Contra Mendac. vii), it is unlawful 89 2, 68 | say (QQ. Gn. 1:26) [*Cf. Contra Faust. xxii, 33,34], that 90 2, 77 | according to Augustine (Contra ~Faust. xxii, 27), while 91 2, 86 | Jerome says [*Implicitly 1 Contra Jovin.: Comment. in Micheam 92 2, 92 | Further, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xx, 5): "Neither 93 2, 94 | prophetic, as Augustine states (Contra ~Faust. iv, 2; xxii, 24). 94 2, 95 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 36): "Christ 95 2, 95 | tempting God. Hence Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, ~36) says that " 96 2, 97 | according to Augustine (Contra ~Faust. xxi, 27). Therefore 97 2, 98 | sinful; thus Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 47) that "it 98 2, 106 | love, as Augustine states (Contra Adamant. xvii). Therefore 99 2, 108 | words, for Augustine says (Contra Mend. xii) that ~"a lie 100 2, 108 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Mend. x): "Let no one doubt 101 2, 108 | OBJ 2: Further, Augustine (Contra Mendac. xiv) gives eight 102 2, 108 | also Augustine declares (Contra Mend. i).~Aquin.: SMT SS 103 2, 108 | says (QQ. Super. Gen. xxvi; Contra Mend. x; Contra Faust. ~ 104 2, 108 | Gen. xxvi; Contra Mend. x; Contra Faust. ~xxii). Wherefore 105 2, 108 | back, as Augustine says ~(Contra Mend. x).~Aquin.: SMT SS 106 2, 130 | as what Augustine says (Contra Maximin. iii), viz. that ~ 107 2, 138 | according to ~Augustine (Contra Faust. iv). Hence in the 108 2, 145 | For, according to Jerome [*Contra Jov. ii.] "Venus ~is cold 109 2, 147 | Further, Jerome says [*Contra Jovin. i] that "after the 110 2, 148 | According to Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii, 43), Lot ~was 111 2, 148 | Wherefore Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxii, 44) that ~" 112 2, 149 | OBJ 3: As Augustine says (Contra Julian. iv, 3), "it is ~ 113 2, 149 | due end, and as he adds ~(Contra Julian. iv, 3) "virtues 114 2, 150 | that, According to Jerome (Contra Jovin. i) the error of ~ 115 2, 152 | Further, Jerome says [*Contra Jovin. i]: "It matters not 116 2, 163 | Augustine says (Super Gen. contra Manich. ii, 17,18), ~"his, 117 2, 184 | Wherefore Jerome also says ~(Contra Vigilant.): "When you declare 118 2, 185 | ad Ripar. et ~Desider. [*Contra Vigilant. xvi]): "A monk' 119 2, 185 | Wherefore Jerome says (Contra Vigil. xiii): "It is still ~ 120 2, 187 | Reply OBJ 2: As Jerome says (Contra Vigil.): "Although they," 121 3, 1 | sin, as Augustine says (Contra Julian. v, ~11). Therefore 122 3, 5 | Tapsensis] argues thus (Contra ~Felician. xiii): "If the 123 3, 7 | senses, as Augustine says (Contra Faust. xvi, 18). Now we 124 3, 17 | that Augustine explains it (Contra Felic. ~xi), where, after 125 3, 18 | Hence Augustine says (Contra ~Maxim. ii, 20): "Where 126 3, 18 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Maxim. ii, 20): "When Christ ~ 127 3, 21 | suffered. For Augustine says ~(Contra Faust. xxvi): "A man, though 128 3, 26 | men. For Augustine says (Contra Felic. x): "One is the Person 129 3, 28 | before he dines" (cf. Jerome, Contra Helvid.). ~It seems, therefore, 130 3, 28 | intercourse (cf. Jerome, Contra Helvid.); ~just as (Gn. 131 3, 28 | Reply OBJ 1: As Jerome says (Contra Helvid. i): "Although this 132 3, 28 | Joseph, as Jerome says (Contra Helvid. ix), ~is rather 133 3, 31 | answered this ~argument thus (Contra Faust. xxii): "Since the 134 3, 31 | be said with Augustine (Contra Faust. xxii) that if ~Joachim, 135 3, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: Augustine thus (Contra Faust. xxiii) replies to 136 3, 31 | Wherefore Augustine says ~(Contra Quinque Haereses v): "God 137 3, 35 | solved thus by Augustine (Contra Felic. xii). "Let us suppose," 138 3, 36 | For, as Augustine says (Contra Faust. ii): "No ~astrologer 139 3, 36 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. ii): "It was not 140 3, 38 | OBJ 5: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix), our sacraments 141 3, 40 | drinking. Hence Augustine says (Contra Faust. xvi) ~that "John 142 3, 40 | whence ~Augustine says (Contra Faust. vi): "If a question 143 3, 44 | will. Hence Augustine says (Contra Faust. xxvi; quoted by the 144 3, 46 | OBJ 3: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xiv), sin is accursed, ~ 145 3, 60 | OBJ 3: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix), diverse sacraments ~ 146 3, 60 | sacraments. For Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix): "What else 147 3, 60 | abolished," ~as Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix). But no form 148 3, 60 | OBJ 3: As Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix), the sacraments 149 3, 61 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix): "It is impossible ~ 150 3, 61 | as Augustine declares (Contra Faust. xix). But the state 151 3, 61 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix) that "the first ~ 152 3, 61 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix) that the sacraments ~ 153 3, 61 | for as Augustine says ~(Contra Faust. xix), "the same thing 154 3, 62 | grace. Hence Augustine says (Contra Faust. ~xix): "All these 155 3, 63 | Wherefore Augustine says ~(Contra Parmen. ii): "If a deserter 156 3, 63 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Parmen. ii): "The Christian ~ 157 3, 63 | OBJ 2: As Augustine says (Contra Parmen. ii), "even apostates 158 3, 64 | Julian (In Psalm xxxi, cf. Contra ~Julian iv). Therefore, 159 3, 65 | Further, Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix) that the "sacraments" ~ 160 3, 66 | figurative, as Augustine says (Contra Faust. iv). But after His 161 3, 66 | by Augustine, who says (Contra Epist. Parmen. ~ii) that " 162 3, 67 | deciding it. For he ~says (Contra Ep. Parmen. ii): "This is 163 3, 68 | Wherefore Augustine (Contra Julian. vi) proves that " 164 3, 70 | religion, as Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix). Consequently, 165 3, 73 | Augustine writes (Ad Bonifac. contra Pelag. I): "Nor ~are you 166 3, 82 | in his work on Baptism (Contra Donat. xii). ~Therefore 167 3, 82 | consent, as Augustine says (Contra ~Parmen. ii).~Aquin.: SMT 168 3, 82 | contrary, Augustine says (Contra Parmen. ii): "Just as Baptism ~ 169 3, 82 | because, as Augustine says ~(Contra Parmen. ii), "it is one 170 3, 82 | from what Augustine says (Contra Parmen. ii), that when ~ 171 3, 82 | the contrary, Augustine (Contra Parmen. ii) proves that " 172 3, 82 | again, Augustine says ~(Contra Parmen. ii): "Both are sacraments," 173 3, 82 | Because, as Augustine says (Contra Petilian. iii), "we should 174 3, 84 | sin, as ~Augustine says (Contra Donatist. v, 21). Therefore 175 3, 88 | Augustine says (De Bapt. contra Donat. i, 12): "Our Lord 176 Suppl, 41| marry, as Jerome relates (Contra Jovin. i).~Aquin.: SMT XP 177 Suppl, 41| Jerome says (Ep. ad Ageruch.: Contra Jovini, 18) that in the ~ 178 Suppl, 44| matrimony," as Augustine says (Contra Faust. xix, 26), ~because " 179 Suppl, 49| according to ~Augustine (Contra Jul. ii, 10; De Decem Chord. 180 Suppl, 65| according to ~Augustine (Contra Faust. xxvi, 3), "as God 181 Suppl, 67| FS, Q[108], A[3], ad 2; Contra Gentes ~iii, cap. 123].~ 182 Suppl, 67| according to Augustine (Contra Faust. xix, 26) the bill 183 Suppl, 72| Further, Jerome says (Ep. contra Vigilant.): "Thou sayest 184 Suppl, 93| martyr," as Augustine says (Contra Crescon. ~iii). Consequently


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