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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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begetting

    Part, Question
1 1, 34 | God begotten, and not ~God begetting; and hence He is intelligent, 2 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the begetting of the Son is co-eternal 3 1, 36 | Father does not exist before begetting the Son), so the ~procession 4 1, 37 | Begotten is loved by the one begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~ 5 1, 39 | the essence is "a thing begetting," because the essence ~is 6 1, 39 | essence ~is the Father who is begetting. Therefore if the essence 7 1, 39 | Therefore if the essence is not ~begetting, the essence will be "a 8 1, 39 | essence will be "a thing begetting," and "not begetting": ~ 9 1, 39 | thing begetting," and "not begetting": ~which cannot be.~Aquin.: 10 1, 39 | He is principle only by begetting or ~spirating. Therefore 11 1, 39 | say that the "essence is begetting"; yet we can ~say that the " 12 1, 39 | the "essence is a thing begetting," or that it is "God ~begetting," 13 1, 39 | begetting," or that it is "God ~begetting," if "thing" and God stand 14 1, 39 | that ~"essence is a thing begetting," and "a thing not begetting"; 15 1, 39 | begetting," and "a thing not begetting"; because in ~the first 16 1, 40 | not that the paternity is begetting. Therefore property is not 17 1, 40 | this term "Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies property only; 18 1, 40 | always is, because He is ever begetting the Son." So it seems ~that 19 1, 41 | follows that the Father in begetting the Son does not ~transmit 20 1, 41 | may ~ascribe the power of begetting and of spirating. But "to 21 1, 41 | 1/1~Whether the power of begetting signifies a relation, and 22 1, 41 | would seem that the power of begetting, or of spirating, ~signifies 23 1, 41 | not ~distinct. But in God, begetting signifies relation. Therefore, 24 1, 41 | applies to the power of begetting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 25 1, 41 | persons. But the power of begetting is not common to the three ~ 26 1, 41 | therefore, that is the power of begetting in which the ~begotten is 27 1, 41 | is in Him the power of ~begetting. And so Hilary says (De 28 1, 41 | conclude that the power of begetting signifies ~principally the 29 1, 41 | created constitutes the person begetting, but is not that by which ~ 30 1, 41 | And therefore the power of begetting signifies the divine ~nature 31 1, 41 | As in God, the power of begetting is the same as the act of ~ 32 1, 41 | the same as the act of ~begetting, so the divine essence is 33 1, 41 | in reality as the act of ~begetting or paternity; although there 34 1, 41 | I speak of the "power of begetting," power is ~signified directly, 35 1, 41 | signified, the power of begetting is common to the three persons: 36 1, 41 | whoever has the power of begetting can beget. But the Son has ~ 37 1, 41 | the Son has ~the power of begetting. Therefore He can beget. 38 1, 41 | is not diminished after ~begetting the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP 39 1, 41 | the power ~"generandi" [of begetting] thus taking "generandi" 40 1, 41 | not due to any lack of ~begetting power in the Father.~ 41 1, 42 | moment to be assigned for the begetting of the Son, and before that ~ 42 1, 42 | and the Father is always begetting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 43 1, 42 | follows His own nature in begetting an unchangeable subsisting 44 1, 42 | knowledge and will to act, ~by begetting Him. Or, better still, this 45 1, 44 | begotten is like to the ~man begetting, still they do attain to 46 1, 68 | being the place of their begetting, the ~lower, the place of 47 1, 72 | whatever in the act of ~begetting children. As to plants, 48 1, 37 | Begotten is loved by the one begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~ 49 1, 39 | the essence is "a thing begetting," because the essence ~is 50 1, 39 | essence ~is the Father who is begetting. Therefore if the essence 51 1, 39 | Therefore if the essence is not ~begetting, the essence will be "a 52 1, 39 | essence will be "a thing begetting," and "not begetting": ~ 53 1, 39 | thing begetting," and "not begetting": ~which cannot be.~Aquin.: 54 1, 39 | He is principle only by begetting or ~spirating. Therefore 55 1, 39 | say that the "essence is begetting"; yet we can ~say that the " 56 1, 39 | the "essence is a thing begetting," or that it is "God ~begetting," 57 1, 39 | begetting," or that it is "God ~begetting," if "thing" and God stand 58 1, 39 | that ~"essence is a thing begetting," and "a thing not begetting"; 59 1, 39 | begetting," and "a thing not begetting"; because in ~the first 60 1, 40 | not that the paternity is begetting. Therefore property is not 61 1, 40 | this term "Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies property only; 62 1, 40 | always is, because He is ever begetting the Son." So it seems ~that 63 1, 41 | follows that the Father in begetting the Son does not ~transmit 64 1, 41 | may ~ascribe the power of begetting and of spirating. But "to 65 1, 41 | 1/1~Whether the power of begetting signifies a relation, and 66 1, 41 | would seem that the power of begetting, or of spirating, ~signifies 67 1, 41 | not ~distinct. But in God, begetting signifies relation. Therefore, 68 1, 41 | applies to the power of begetting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 69 1, 41 | persons. But the power of begetting is not common to the three ~ 70 1, 41 | therefore, that is the power of begetting in which the ~begotten is 71 1, 41 | is in Him the power of ~begetting. And so Hilary says (De 72 1, 41 | conclude that the power of begetting signifies ~principally the 73 1, 41 | created constitutes the person begetting, but is not that by which ~ 74 1, 41 | And therefore the power of begetting signifies the divine ~nature 75 1, 41 | As in God, the power of begetting is the same as the act of ~ 76 1, 41 | the same as the act of ~begetting, so the divine essence is 77 1, 41 | in reality as the act of ~begetting or paternity; although there 78 1, 41 | I speak of the "power of begetting," power is ~signified directly, 79 1, 41 | signified, the power of begetting is common to the three persons: 80 1, 41 | whoever has the power of begetting can beget. But the Son has ~ 81 1, 41 | the Son has ~the power of begetting. Therefore He can beget. 82 1, 41 | is not diminished after ~begetting the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP 83 1, 41 | the power ~"generandi" [of begetting] thus taking "generandi" 84 1, 41 | not due to any lack of ~begetting power in the Father.~ 85 1, 42 | moment to be assigned for the begetting of the Son, and before that ~ 86 1, 42 | and the Father is always begetting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[42] A[ 87 1, 42 | follows His own nature in begetting an unchangeable subsisting 88 1, 42 | knowledge and will to act, ~by begetting Him. Or, better still, this 89 1, 45 | begotten is like to the ~man begetting, still they do attain to 90 1, 69 | being the place of their begetting, the ~lower, the place of 91 1, 71 | whatever in the act of ~begetting children. As to plants, 92 1, 78 | in man is the power ~of begetting man: and in like manner 93 1, 97 | race, He established the begetting of offspring even in the 94 1, 99 | parents at the time of begetting. Now the parents, as long 95 2, 81 | as in the case ~of idiots begetting idiots; nevertheless the 96 2, 81 | as he is the mover in the begetting of his ~children: wherefore 97 2, 106 | wherein men were intent on begetting ~children: and likewise 98 2, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In the begetting of man, the mother supplies 99 2, 86 | taking to ~himself a wife, of begetting children, of looking after 100 2, 102 | support of his ~body or the begetting of his children. Wherefore 101 2, 104 | proximate principle of our begetting and upbringing: ~thirdly 102 2, 152 | this way, as hindering the begetting of children, there is the " 103 2, 152 | copulation may result in the begetting of a man, ~wherefore inordinate 104 2, 152 | prejudicial to the individual begetting of the ~one man that may 105 2, 152 | good of the future child's begetting and upbringing. ~But these 106 2, 162 | the man; and these are the begetting of children, and community 107 2, 162 | family life. As regards the begetting of children, ~she was punished 108 2, 162 | woman, not on account of the begetting of children, for ~this would 109 3, 2 | first of all to signify the begetting ~of living beings, which 110 3, 2 | signify the principle of this begetting; and because in ~living 111 3, 28 | to attend to the ~duty of begetting, since the worship of God 112 3, 29 | end of matrimony is the ~begetting and upbringing of children: 113 3, 31 | genealogy, speaks of no one as begetting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 114 3, 31 | because in this fashion the begetting of man is accomplished in ~ 115 3, 35 | not cooperate actively in begetting ~Christ, but merely supplied 116 3, 35 | Virgin. But ~a miraculous begetting does not suffice for motherhood 117 3, 63 | be no marriage, because ~begetting will cease, which is the 118 3, 69 | instituted, namely, the begetting of men unto spiritual life. ~ 119 3, 80 | be done for the sake of begetting offspring, or of paying 120 3, 80 | xi), "it be not desire of begetting offspring, but ~lust that 121 Suppl, 41| nature intends not only ~the begetting of offspring, but also its 122 Suppl, 41| wherefore he says that the begetting ~of offspring is common 123 Suppl, 41| to betake himself to the ~begetting of children.~Aquin.: SMT 124 Suppl, 41| maintain that the act of begetting children is altogether unlawful, 125 Suppl, 42| Matrimony was instituted for the begetting of children. But the ~begetting 126 Suppl, 42| begetting of children. But the ~begetting of children was necessary 127 Suppl, 42| matrimony as ~directed to the begetting of children, which was necessary 128 Suppl, 42| to use his wife for the begetting of children, he also ~receives 129 Suppl, 44| persons are directed to one ~begetting and upbringing of children, 130 Suppl, 44| directed to the one identical begetting; ~whereas on the part of 131 Suppl, 48| instituted ~by God; namely the begetting of children.~Aquin.: SMT 132 Suppl, 48| always good, ~namely the begetting of children and the avoiding 133 Suppl, 49| among men is not only the ~begetting and feeding of children, 134 Suppl, 49| Offspring signifies not only the begetting of children, but ~also their 135 Suppl, 49| the use of matrimony in ~begetting children and observing the 136 Suppl, 49| together for the purpose of begetting children, or ~of paying 137 Suppl, 54| friendship ~through the begetting of many from one proximate 138 Suppl, 54| marriage for the purpose of ~begetting and rearing children, since 139 Suppl, 57| absence of children of his own begetting. Therefore ~he is especially 140 Suppl, 57| perpetual impediment from begetting: hence for this very reason 141 Suppl, 57| those who are impeded from begetting need no solace ~for their 142 Suppl, 57| the child of his natural begetting.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 143 Suppl, 59| offspring, not only as to its begetting - since this can be effected 144 Suppl, 64| marriage ~is directed to the begetting and rearing of children, 145 Suppl, 64| matters pertaining to ~the begetting of children, with due regard 146 Suppl, 65| chiefly directed to the begetting of ~offspring. But one man 147 Suppl, 65| Animal. i, 20), ~in the begetting of offspring the male is 148 Suppl, 65| for its principal end the begetting and rearing of ~children, 149 Suppl, 65| offspring ~means not only begetting, but also rearing. Now the 150 Suppl, 65| but also rearing. Now the begetting of ~offspring, though not 151 Suppl, 65| intends in sexual union is the begetting and rearing of the ~offspring. 152 Suppl, 65| signifies not ~only the begetting of children from which they 153 Suppl, 67| chiefly ~directed to the begetting, rearing, and instruction 154 Suppl, 73| greater power than does ~begetting men. Now when men are begotten, 155 Suppl, 78| Reply OBJ 3: Although the begetting of a woman is beside the 156 Suppl, 88| preordained by God, so that ~the begetting of men will not last for 157 Suppl, 88| that are directed to the begetting of men, such ~as the movement


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