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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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paradise

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1 1, 63 | in the pleasures of the paradise of God," ~- consequently, 2 1, 70 | even as He placed man in ~Paradise, to be there. In the opinion 3 1, 64 | in the pleasures of the paradise of God," ~- consequently, 4 1, 71 | even as He placed man in ~Paradise, to be there. In the opinion 5 1, 93 | man, "while established in paradise, led a life of happiness 6 1, 93 | happy must he have been in paradise, that place of ~ineffable 7 1, 93 | Therefore the first man in paradise saw God through ~His Essence.~ 8 1, 93 | OBJ 1: Man was happy in paradise, but not with that perfect ~ 9 1, 93 | says (Dialog. iv, 1): "In ~paradise man was accustomed to enjoy 10 1, 95 | they fed on the trees of paradise - nor to carry him about, ~ 11 1, 96 | 2:16): "Of every tree in paradise ye ~shall [Vulg. 'thou shalt'] 12 1, 96 | of ~every other tree of Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 13 1, 96 | from the other trees of paradise, as now we are provided 14 1, 97 | first man in the terrestrial Paradise was "like an angel." ~But 15 1, 97 | 30. Therefore neither in paradise would there have been generation 16 1, 97 | intercourse while still in paradise: which was not ~the case 17 1, 97 | Hom. Opif. xvii) that in ~paradise the human race would have 18 1, 97 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In paradise man would have been like 19 1, 97 | did not come together in paradise, because on account of sin 20 1, 97 | they were ~ejected from paradise shortly after the creation 21 1, 100 | which was not ~the case in paradise, because, as it is written, " 22 1, 101 | OF MAN'S ABODE, WHICH IS PARADISE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next 23 1, 101 | consider man's abode, which is paradise. Under this head there ~ 24 1, 101 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether paradise is a corporeal place?~(2) 25 1, 101 | purpose was man placed in paradise?~(4) Whether he should have 26 1, 101 | should have been created in paradise?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 27 1, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether paradise is a corporeal place?~Aquin.: 28 1, 101 | OBJ 1: It would seem that paradise is not a corporeal place. 29 1, 101 | Gloss on Gn. 2:8] says that "paradise reaches to the lunar ~circle." 30 1, 101 | consume the ~earth. Therefore paradise is not a corporeal place.~ 31 1, 101 | four rivers as rising in paradise ~(Gn. 2:10). But the rivers 32 1, 101 | Meteor. i). Therefore ~paradise is not a corporeal place.~ 33 1, 101 | mention of the place of paradise. Therefore apparently ~it 34 1, 101 | described as growing in paradise. ~But the tree of life is 35 1, 101 | Prov. 3:18). ~Therefore paradise also is not a corporeal, 36 1, 101 | 1/1 ~OBJ 5: Further, if paradise be a corporeal place, the 37 1, 101 | place, the trees also of ~paradise must be corporeal. But it 38 1, 101 | planting of the trees of ~paradise is recorded after the work 39 1, 101 | the six days. Therefore paradise ~was not a corporeal place.~ 40 1, 101 | opinions prevail about paradise. Some understand a place 41 1, 101 | opinion, I confess, hold that paradise was both corporeal and spiritual."~ 42 1, 101 | proper limits, a spiritual paradise; so ~long as we believe 43 1, 101 | Scripture tells us about paradise is set down as ~matter of 44 1, 101 | explanation we may offer. And so paradise, as Isidore ~says (Etym. 45 1, 101 | should place the earthly paradise in the ~east.~Aquin.: SMT 46 1, 101 | be explained to mean that paradise reaches to the moon, ~not 47 1, 101 | obscured. Others say that ~paradise reached to the moon - that 48 1, 101 | that ~man has no idea where paradise was, and that the rivers, 49 1, 101 | OBJ 3: The situation of paradise is shut off from the habitable ~ 50 1, 101 | days, the plants, both of ~paradise and others, were actually 51 1, 101 | including the trees of paradise; and what is said of the ~ 52 1, 101 | is said of the ~trees of paradise being planted after the 53 1, 101 | The Lord God had planted a paradise of pleasure from the beginning" ( 54 1, 101 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether paradise was a place adapted to be 55 1, 101 | OBJ 1: It would seem that paradise was not a place adapted 56 1, 101 | other animals. Therefore paradise was not at all ~adapted 57 1, 101 | useless. But after ~sin, paradise was not occupied by man. 58 1, 101 | it seems that God made paradise to no purpose.~Aquin.: SMT 59 1, 101 | of even temperature. But paradise was not of an even ~temperature; 60 1, 101 | its inhabitants. Therefore paradise was not a fit dwelling-place ~ 61 1, 101 | De Fide Orth. ii, 11): "Paradise was a ~divinely ordered 62 1, 101 | atmosphere of equable nature. In paradise both conditions were found; ~ 63 1, 101 | De Fide Orth. ii, 11): "Paradise was ~permeated with the 64 1, 101 | Whence it ~is clear that paradise was most fit to be a dwelling-place 65 1, 101 | substances. For the earthly paradise was a place adapted to man, 66 1, 101 | irrational animal inhabited paradise"; although, by a ~certain 67 1, 101 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Paradise did not become useless through 68 1, 101 | Elias still ~dwell in that paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 69 1, 101 | OBJ 4: Those who say that paradise was on the equinoctial line 70 1, 101 | matter, we must ~hold that paradise was situated in a most temperate 71 1, 101 | Whether man was placed in paradise to dress it and keep it?~ 72 1, 101 | that man was not placed in paradise to dress and ~keep it. For 73 1, 101 | would not ~have existed in paradise in the state of innocence. 74 1, 101 | Therefore man was not ~placed in paradise to dress and keep it.~Aquin.: 75 1, 101 | trespass with violence. But in paradise there was no fear of trespass ~ 76 1, 101 | no need for man to keep paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 77 1, 101 | Further, if man was placed in paradise to dress and keep it, man ~ 78 1, 101 | been made for the sake of paradise, and not ~contrariwise; 79 1, 101 | Therefore man was not place in ~paradise to dress and keep it.~Aquin.: 80 1, 101 | took man and ~placed in the paradise of pleasure, to dress and 81 1, 101 | that God ~placed man in paradise that He might Himself work 82 1, 101 | man might dress ~and keep paradise, which dressing would not 83 1, 101 | Nor would man have kept paradise ~against a trespasser; but 84 1, 101 | would have striven to keep paradise for ~himself lest he should 85 1, 101 | for man's good; ~wherefore paradise was ordered to man's benefit, 86 1, 101 | Whether man was created in paradise?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 87 1, 101 | that man was created in paradise. For the angel was ~created 88 1, 101 | heaven. But before ~sin paradise was a fitting abode for 89 1, 101 | that man was ~created in paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 90 1, 101 | man would have remained in paradise after he ~was created (Q[ 91 1, 101 | Therefore he was created in paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 92 1, 101 | Further, woman was made in paradise. But man is greater than ~ 93 1, 101 | should man have been made in paradise.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] A[ 94 1, 101 | took man and placed him ~in paradise."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[102] 95 1, 101 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Paradise was a fitting abode for 96 1, 101 | God made man ~outside of paradise, and afterwards placed him 97 1, 101 | OBJ 3: Woman was made in paradise, not by reason of her own ~ 98 1, 101 | would have been born in ~paradise, where their parents were 99 2, 81 | to the saints who are ~in Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 100 2, 82 | east. Secondly, because Paradise was situated ~in the east 101 2, 82 | our desire to return to Paradise. Thirdly, on account of 102 2, 146 | Gluttony turned Adam out of Paradise, gluttony ~it was that drew 103 2, 146 | first man was expelled from Paradise on ~account of pride, from 104 2, 150 | every tree" that is in "paradise, thou shalt eat," ~indicate 105 2, 162 | 4: Further, the place of paradise was made for man. Now nothing 106 2, 162 | the exclusion of man from paradise was not a suitable punishment 107 2, 162 | this place of the earthly paradise is said to be ~naturally 108 2, 162 | the place of the earthly ~paradise: and this is indicated ( 109 2, 162 | God ~sent him out of the paradise of pleasure." And since 110 2, 162 | God placed before . . . paradise . . . ~Cherubim, and a flaming 111 2, 162 | the place of the earthly paradise avails not man ~for his 112 2, 162 | bodily existence in that paradise, he is instructed in things ~ 113 2, 162 | pertaining to the heavenly paradise, the way to which is prepared 114 2, 162 | that even in the ~visible paradise this was done by heavenly 115 2, 173 | intellect - but also ~into "paradise," which pertains to the 116 2, 173 | third heaven" and of "paradise." Therefore he would seem 117 2, 173 | contemplation, ~but also into "Paradise" by reason of the consequent 118 3, 27 | subject, so as to enter into Paradise otherwise ~than through 119 3, 41 | who had been expelled from paradise into the ~desert, and "set 120 3, 41 | not ~eat of every tree of paradise?" Secondly [he tempted him] 121 3, 46 | cross, and lead him into paradise, was no less a wonder than 122 3, 49 | translated into the earthly paradise, where he is believed to ~ 123 3, 51 | committed in the garden of paradise. But for this "was our ~ 124 3, 52 | the Cross, in hell, in paradise, into which He brought the 125 3, 52 | thou shalt be with Me in ~paradise": from which it is evident 126 3, 52 | evident that Christ was in paradise on that ~very day. But He 127 3, 52 | of the ~earthly corporeal paradise, but of a spiritual one, 128 3, 52 | thou ~shalt be with Me in paradise"; still as to reward he 129 3, 52 | still as to reward he was in paradise, ~because he enjoyed Christ' 130 3, 52 | because God ~cast out man from paradise after sin, having beforehand 131 3, 59 | thou shalt be with Me in paradise": and (Lk. 16:22) it is 132 3, 66 | shalt thou be with Me in ~Paradise' that suffering can take 133 3, 68 | Church being compared to Paradise ~we learn that men can receive 134 Suppl, 5 | shalt thou be with Me in paradise," on account of ~his one 135 Suppl, 10| Whether confession opens Paradise to us?~(4) Whether confession 136 Suppl, 10| Whether confession opens paradise?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 137 Suppl, 10| confession does not open Paradise. For ~different sacraments 138 Suppl, 10| effect of ~Baptism to open Paradise. Therefore it is not the 139 Suppl, 10| confession does not open Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 140 Suppl, 10| keys of the ~Church. But Paradise is opened by those keys. 141 Suppl, 10| man from ~entering into Paradise: and since confession removes 142 Suppl, 10| 2), it is said to open Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 143 Suppl, 10| whereby a way was opened unto ~Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 144 Suppl, 10| dying man was in mortal sin Paradise was closed to ~him before 145 Suppl, 17| there, and to His opening of Paradise, the obstacle of ~nature 146 Suppl, 28| expulsion of the first man ~from paradise. Now this was done but once. 147 Suppl, 28| expulsion of the first ~man from paradise, which happened only once; 148 Suppl, 28| Adam was ~expelled from paradise, so are they expelled from 149 Suppl, 42| There was matrimony in Paradise, and yet there was no ~carnal 150 Suppl, 49| have needed an excuse ~in paradise, which is false, for there, 151 Suppl, 69| account ~of merit, namely paradise. Therefore neither should 152 Suppl, 69| 5: Further, the earthly paradise is distinct from the heavenly ~ 153 Suppl, 69| distinct from the heavenly ~paradise. Now some were borne away 154 Suppl, 69| borne away to the earthly paradise after this ~state of life, 155 Suppl, 69| Since then the earthly ~paradise is not counted among the 156 Suppl, 69| of ~good, and then it is paradise; or in respect of evil, 157 Suppl, 69| Reply OBJ 5: The earthly paradise belongs to the state of 158 Suppl, 72| 4: Further, the earthly paradise is situated on the earth. 159 Suppl, 72| committed in the ~earthly paradise, this is not the place of


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