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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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befitting

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | 1/1~I answer that, It is befitting Holy Writ to put forward 2 1, 1 | sacred veils." It is also befitting Holy Writ, which is ~proposed 3 1, 1 | Secondly, because this is more befitting the knowledge of ~God that 4 1, 25 | anything that is not good and befitting ~creation. But it is not 5 1, 25 | not good for creatures nor befitting them to be ~otherwise than 6 1, 25 | can do nothing but what is befitting to Himself, and just. But ~ 7 1, 25 | just. But ~these words "befitting" and "just" may be understood 8 1, 31 | proceed with care and with befitting modesty; because, as Augustine ~ 9 1, 39 | to be God the ~Father" is befitting to the person of the Son; 10 1, 52 | 1/3~I answer that, It is befitting an angel to be in a place; 11 1, 55 | the lower; which is not ~befitting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 12 1, 65 | especially as no dignity befitting a nature is denied to that 13 1, 39 | to be God the ~Father" is befitting to the person of the Son; 14 1, 53 | 1/3~I answer that, It is befitting an angel to be in a place; 15 1, 56 | the lower; which is not ~befitting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 16 1, 66 | especially as no dignity befitting a nature is denied to that 17 1, 83 | use of them in a manner befitting the things of which they 18 1, 98 | it is as natural as it is befitting to ~the principles of human 19 1, 98 | tends to acts which are befitting to man. ~But the same acts 20 1, 98 | But the same acts are not befitting to man at every season of 21 1, 98 | act; but only for the acts befitting the state of infancy, such ~ 22 1, 98 | will; and only what ~was befitting to their state of life.~ 23 1, 113 | attack. But this is not befitting ~God's mercy. Therefore 24 2, 37 | body: and this movement is befitting to human ~nature according 25 2, 38 | tears and groans are actions befitting a man who is in sorrow ~ 26 2, 53 | Further, if a thing is befitting an accident, this is by 27 2, 53 | Accordingly whatever is befitting an accident on the part 28 2, 54 | habit disposes to an act befitting a higher nature. And ~thus 29 2, 54 | which disposes to an act befitting human nature, is ~distinct 30 2, 54 | which disposes to an act ~befitting some higher nature.~Aquin.: 31 2, 68 | perfected by a habit is befitting, not an ~instrument, but 32 2, 71 | being disposed in ~a way befitting its nature: hence Augustine 33 2, 71 | well disposed in a manner ~befitting its nature, as stated above ( 34 2, 71 | disposed in a manner not befitting its nature, and ~for this 35 2, 71 | necessity, an operation befitting itself; wherefore a natural 36 2, 78 | has a habit, whatever is befitting to him in respect of that 37 2, 85 | inclination to virtue, which is ~befitting to man from the very fact 38 2, 102 | their lofty flight, while befitting the perfection of the ~holocausts: 39 2, 102 | certain ~special things befitting the divine worship, whether 40 2, 109 | return by itself to the act ~befitting its nature, as hot water 41 2, 109 | restored by itself to its ~befitting and proportionate condition; 42 2, 12 | whoever either denies anything befitting God, or affirms ~anything 43 2, 18 | The fear ~of the Lord is befitting the humble of whom it is 44 2, 26 | to it than that which is ~befitting to it by reason of something 45 2, 28 | in respect of something befitting to both of them . ~For if 46 2, 31 | Church. Consequently it is ~befitting that a citation of witnesses 47 2, 45 | Therefore prudence is not befitting slaves or subjects.~Aquin.: 48 2, 46 | to order that which is befitting the end, and ~this belongs 49 2, 47 | to be docile, for this is befitting ~to some through their natural 50 2, 50 | the Holy ~Ghost are most befitting the children of God, who " 51 2, 50 | the gift of counsel ~is befitting the children of God in so 52 2, 50 | Dom. iv): "Counsel is ~befitting the merciful, because the 53 2, 53 | The ant is solicitous at a befitting time, and it is this ~that 54 2, 58 | demonstration, but such as is befitting the matter in ~point, for 55 2, 81 | to be ~clothed in a way befitting one's station, so as not 56 2, 83 | above man. Now the mode befitting to man is that ~he should 57 2, 83 | sacrifice to God in ~a manner befitting the times in which they 58 2, 145 | disquietude, and this is not befitting perfect men, for ~they are 59 2, 145 | things: and this fasting is ~befitting the perfect.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 151 | accomplished in a manner befitting the end for which it ~is 61 2, 162 | deprived of that which ~was befitting the state of integrity, 62 2, 162 | those things that ~were befitting his original state, namely 63 2, 162 | appointed to them things befitting a nature bereft of the aforesaid ~ 64 2, 163 | to each one that which is befitting ~it according to its nature. 65 2, 163 | and punishment are not befitting an irrational animal. Therefore 66 2, 167 | the use of coarse raiment befitting to those who by word and 67 2, 173 | lifted up above the place befitting it according ~to its specific 68 2, 184 | things which are lawfully befitting to religious; thirdly, the ~ 69 2, 184 | would follow that it is befitting to all religious. But it 70 3, 1 | To each things, that is befitting which belongs to it by ~ 71 3, 3 | 1) Whether to assume is befitting to a Divine Person?~(2) 72 3, 3 | Person?~(2) Whether it is befitting to the Divine Nature?~(3) 73 3, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is befitting for a Divine Person to assume?~ 74 3, 3 | would seem that it is not befitting to a Divine Person to ~assume 75 3, 3 | it does not seem to be befitting to a ~Divine Person to assume 76 3, 3 | Therefore it is ~not befitting to a Divine Person to assume, 77 3, 3 | its cause. Hence it is not befitting to a Person ~to assume a 78 3, 3 | Person. ~Therefore it is befitting to a Person to take, i.e. 79 3, 3 | nature is most properly befitting to a Person.~Aquin.: SMT 80 3, 3 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is befitting to the Divine Nature to 81 3, 3 | would seem that it is not befitting to the Divine Nature to ~ 82 3, 3 | AA[1],3). Hence it is not befitting to the Divine Nature to 83 3, 3 | Persons. If, ~therefore, it is befitting to the Divine Nature to 84 3, 3 | assume, it ~consequently is befitting to the three Persons; and 85 3, 3 | Therefore to assume is not befitting to the nature.~Aquin.: SMT 86 3, 3 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: What is befitting to the Divine Nature in 87 3, 3 | Divine Nature in Itself is ~befitting to the three Persons, as 88 3, 3 | above, and hence it is befitting to that Person alone.~Aquin.: 89 3, 13 | perfection), in a manner ~befitting a rational creature. But 90 3, 22 | sins." Now this is ~most befitting to Christ. For through Him 91 3, 22 | OBJ 1: Although prayer is befitting to priests, it is not their ~ 92 3, 22 | proper office, for it is befitting to everyone to pray both 93 3, 23 | Para. 1/1 - OF ADOPTION AS BEFITTING TO CHRIST (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 94 3, 23 | Therefore to adopt is ~befitting to the whole Trinity.~Aquin.: 95 3, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is befitting that Christ should be predestinated?~ 96 3, 24 | children." But it is not befitting to Christ to be an adopted 97 3, 24 | to be Son of God is not befitting to human nature; for ~this 98 3, 24 | OBJ 2: Further, what is befitting to Christ as man is befitting 99 3, 24 | befitting to Christ as man is befitting to any ~man; since He belongs 100 3, 24 | will follow that ~this is befitting to any other man. But the 101 3, 24 | OBJ 2: Something may be befitting to a man by reason of human ~ 102 3, 24 | thereof: ~thus risibility is befitting to Socrates by reason of 103 3, 24 | manner predestination is not befitting ~either to Christ or to 104 3, 24 | Secondly, a thing may be befitting to someone ~by reason of 105 3, 27 | miracles, and therefore it was befitting that ~Christ alone, and 106 3, 27 | womb. Therefore ~it was not befitting that either Jeremias or 107 3, 28 | 3/5~Secondly, this was befitting to a property of the Son 108 3, 28 | Para. 4/5~Thirdly, this was befitting to the dignity of Christ' 109 3, 28 | et Concup. i), "it was befitting to ~trace the genealogy 110 3, 28 | a son." This ~indeed was befitting for three reasons. First, 111 3, 30 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was befitting that announcement should 112 3, 32 | First, because this is befitting to the cause of the ~Incarnation, 113 3, 32 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, this is befitting to the cause of the Incarnation, 114 3, 32 | Thirdly, because this is befitting the term of the Incarnation. 115 3, 39 | s baptism. ~And this was befitting: first, because John's baptism 116 3, 44 | Christ also worked miracles befitting to Himself in the air ~and 117 3, 44 | great calm." But it was not befitting that ~He who came to restore 118 3, 46 | and man, is both good and befitting the Divine ~dignity; but 119 3, 46 | of all men, it was not ~befitting Him who healed the infirmities 120 3, 46 | reason is because it is befitting the universal salvation 121 3, 47 | 1~I answer that, It was befitting that Christ should suffer 122 3, 57 | the Father; and this is befitting ~Christ in a measure according 123 3, 57 | or the body." Now it is befitting the glorified and immortal 124 3, 59 | due to Christ not only as befitting His Godhead and His soul' 125 3, 73 | and such is the perfection befitting ~the Eucharist, which is 126 3, 75 | body. Therefore it is not befitting this ~sacrament for the 127 3, 82 | the life nor the merits befitting this ~sacrament. Therefore 128 Suppl, 6 | Therefore Penance is not befitting them, and ~consequently 129 Suppl, 7 | an act of virtue is more befitting one who is innocent ~than 130 Suppl, 7 | speaking now, cannot be befitting an innocent ~man. Therefore 131 Suppl, 7 | are speaking now, is not befitting an innocent man, though ~ 132 Suppl, 14| sinner, because this is befitting." And in this way ~merit 133 Suppl, 14| temporal. ~But since it is befitting the goodness of God, that 134 Suppl, 39| religious life are also befitting to them. Therefore the Orders 135 Suppl, 39| crown or tonsure is not ~befitting to women according to 1 136 Suppl, 41| way in all, but in a ~way befitting each one. Accordingly man' 137 Suppl, 65| inclination, whereby the ~action befitting the genus or species is 138 Suppl, 65| is directed to act in a befitting manner, and ~this is called " 139 Suppl, 65| the ~force of nature to do befitting actions, than guided to 140 Suppl, 65| he is guided to act in a befitting ~manner in his proper actions, 141 Suppl, 65| animal ~according to the mode befitting its nature. Wherefore also 142 Suppl, 65| intercourse, ~this is not befitting to the good of the offspring, 143 Suppl, 69| in place after a manner befitting spiritual ~substances, a 144 Suppl, 69| assigned abodes will be befitting ~to him. For it is clear 145 Suppl, 69| merits, but as a place ~befitting their office, in so far 146 Suppl, 72| corruptible elements that were befitting our corruptible ~bodies 147 Suppl, 72| consider not only what is ~befitting a part considered in itself, 148 Suppl, 72| itself, but also what is befitting it in ~its relation to the 149 Suppl, 78| some degree of quantity befitting his individual nature ~within 150 Suppl, 78| same length of time ~were befitting to each one, but because 151 Suppl, 78| the due quantity that is befitting to ~the species, the Divine 152 Suppl, 79| vigilance. Now this is not ~befitting that perfection, because 153 Suppl, 80| more therefore is this befitting glorified bodies.~Aquin.: 154 Suppl, 80| which a place is essentially befitting. ~For this forms part of 155 Suppl, 80| reason why this should be befitting to glorified bodies on ~ 156 Suppl, 80| Nevertheless it is not befitting for a glorified body to 157 Suppl, 81| like manner, have a place befitting it according to the measure ~ 158 Suppl, 91| succors those ~whom it is befitting to be released from their 159 Suppl, 92| Therefore if a dowry is befitting the blessed, ~for the same 160 Suppl, 92| the same reason it will be befitting the saints who are wayfarers. ~ 161 Suppl, 92| wayfarers. ~But it is not befitting the latter: and therefore 162 Suppl, 92| therefore neither is it befitting ~the blessed.~Aquin.: SMT 163 Suppl, 92| for these things are ~not befitting to Christ if we consider 164 Suppl, 92| endowments of ~the soul is befitting to the angels as it is to 165 Suppl, 92| they ~are not so properly befitting to angels as to men, on


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