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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 28 | relation in God; but he wished to show that it was not 2 1, 32 | number in God, but that he wished to say that ~the ancients 3 1, 47 | answer that, When Origen wished to refute those who said 4 1, 61 | which the sinning angel wished ~to ascend, when he desired 5 1, 63 | inflated with pride, ~he wished to be called God."~Aquin.: 6 1, 63 | wherein he also perversely wished to be like unto God.~Aquin.: 7 1, 48 | answer that, When Origen wished to refute those who said 8 1, 62 | which the sinning angel wished ~to ascend, when he desired 9 1, 64 | inflated with pride, ~he wished to be called God."~Aquin.: 10 1, 64 | wherein he also perversely wished to be like unto God.~Aquin.: 11 1, 78 | able to understand when he wished, ~which is clearly false. 12 1, 93 | been ill-ordered had he wished to have, while in the ~state 13 2, 3 | the very moment that he wished for it. But at the ~moment 14 2, 63 | would be the same if God wished to give a man ~miraculously 15 2, 68 | Because Our Lord Himself wished ~us to be conformed to Him, 16 2, 94 | life," the gloss ~says: "He wished the law of the letter to 17 2, 102 | But, as stated above, He wished them to be offered to ~Him, 18 2, 102 | unity of the ~Godhead, God wished sacrifices to be offered 19 2, 102 | the victim; and the Lord ~wished to withdraw them from cruelty 20 2, 102 | what he is." Hence the Lord wished His people to ~be distinguished 21 2, 102 | who were prone to cruelty, wished them to practice ~pity even 22 2, 105 | Thirdly, when any foreigners wished to be admitted ~entirely 23 2, 107 | whereas God ~in His mercy wished religion to be a free service 24 2, 113 | his ~person (Wis. 7:7): "I wished, and understanding was given 25 2, 2 | himself, but because he wished his ~disciples to be satisfied 26 2, 26 | according to Rm. 9:3: "I wished myself to be an ~anathema 27 2, 26 | more than himself. For he wished to ~be deprived for a time 28 2, 31 | to a good name, Our ~Lord wished that we should publicly 29 2, 31 | middle space. Now Our Lord wished the beginning of ~fraternal 30 2, 31 | himself alone, while He wished the end to be public, ~when 31 2, 41 | of hindrance: for ~Peter wished to hinder Our Lord's Passion 32 2, 68 | She is my sister," he wished the truth to ~be concealed 33 2, 79 | in olden times, those who wished to be purified ~were sprinkled 34 2, 81 | ourselves alone, for He ~wished each one to pray for all, 35 2, 95 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: God wished to give a sign to Achaz, 36 2, 98 | we do not read that he ~wished to sell anything. Therefore 37 2, 98 | OBJ 4: Simon the magician wished to buy a spiritual power 38 2, 98 | that "Simon the magician wished to buy the gift of the Holy ~ 39 2, 98 | in danger of death that ~wished to be baptized, and the 40 2, 101 | forbade John when the latter wished to honor him ~(Apoc. 22: 41 2, 104 | a ~convenient time, one wished to repay at once, favor 42 2, 108 | Sara was his sister, he wished to hide the truth, not to 43 2, 109 | existence, as though he wished to have it, but in ~respect 44 2, 113 | belong to flattery, if one wished to praise a person for things 45 2, 145 | whereas God in His mercy wished our religion to be ~distinguished 46 2, 161 | away," says: ~"Adam and Eve wished to rob the Godhead and they 47 2, 161 | Vera Relig. 13) that "he wished to enjoy his own power rather 48 2, 161 | God, in so far as each wished to rely on himself in contempt 49 2, 180 | Apostle ~says (Rm. 9:3): "I wished myself to be an anathema 50 2, 183 | desireth a good work,' he wished to explain what the episcopacy ~ 51 2, 183 | would be going back, if he wished to pass ~to the religious 52 2, 184 | from marriage John who ~wished to marry" [*Prolog. in Joan. 53 3, 1 | contrary, ~inasmuch as He wished to draw nigh to us by taking 54 3, 1 | fully for original sin, wished to ~suffer sensible pain, 55 3, 1 | saying (Q[2]) that "Christ wished to appear to man and to 56 3, 4 | principle. Hence, if He wished to assume human nature, 57 3, 4 | sinners." Hence, if He wished to assume human nature from ~ 58 3, 7 | all nations; but Christ wished to preach ~personally only 59 3, 12 | it seems that even Christ wished to be subject to the ~ordinations 60 3, 13 | even this power if He had wished. But ~since man has three 61 3, 13 | Father, praying for what He wished to ~be done, for it is written ( 62 3, 13 | His will. ~Secondly, He wished things to be brought about 63 3, 13 | heralded by His own, and yet He wished to be sought; and so it 64 3, 13 | Creator and ~Redeemer of all, wished to be hid and could not, 65 3, 13 | not My own glory." ~Yet He wished absolutely, and especially 66 3, 14 | without its penalties. But He ~wished to bear its penalties in 67 3, 16 | Catholics. The Nestorians wished to divide words ~predicated 68 3, 18 | in His different wills ~wished contrary things. For in 69 3, 18 | For in His Divine will He wished for death, from ~which He 70 3, 18 | sensitive ~will in Christ wished what the Divine will did 71 3, 18 | the human reason in Christ wished the passion. For the ~absolute 72 3, 18 | absolute will of Christ wished the salvation of the human 73 3, 19 | Holy Ghost in their ~mercy wished Christ to do and to suffer 74 3, 21 | able to carry out all He ~wished, since as man He was not 75 3, 21 | being both God and man, He wished to offer prayers to the ~ 76 3, 21 | silence, if need be, but He wished to show Himself a suppliant ~ 77 3, 21 | Although the sensuality wished what the reason besought, 78 3, 21 | may fulfil ~it. Now Christ wished to suffer what He suffered. 79 3, 21 | these things, because He ~wished." Therefore it was not fitting 80 3, 21 | above (A[1], ad 1) Christ ~wished to pray to His Father in 81 3, 21 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ wished indeed to suffer what He 82 3, 21 | particular time: nevertheless He wished to obtain, after His passion, 83 3, 22 | sacred token of which He wished ~to be the daily Sacrifice 84 3, 27 | Chrysostom says that "she wished to do them ~a favor, and 85 3, 28 | sin, and without which He wished to be conceived, Who was 86 3, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ wished so to show the reality of 87 3, 29 | our ~Lord's Mother never wished to have carnal intercourse 88 3, 29 | she would seem to have wished to ~hide her sin by a lie: 89 3, 29 | Altar. Wherefore our Lord wished these ~to be more hidden, 90 3, 31 | also that, because "Matthew wished to signify ~that Christ 91 3, 35 | from our pains; ~and so He wished to die a painful death. 92 3, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ wished "to flower" by His holy 93 3, 35 | carnal birth. Therefore He wished to be fostered and brought 94 3, 35 | up at ~Nazareth. But He wished to be born at Bethlehem 95 3, 35 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Christ wished to be born during the reign 96 3, 35 | et Vet. Test., ~"Christ wished to be born, when the light 97 3, 36 | Holy one," or because they wished to court favor with ~Herod, 98 3, 37 | kinsfolk of John the Baptist wished to call him ~"by his father' 99 3, 37 | stated above (A[1]), Christ wished to be "made under ~the Law, 100 3, 37 | first-born, and ~since He wished to be "made under the Law," 101 3, 37 | For this very reason He wished the legal victims to be ~ 102 3, 37 | is written 2 Cor. ~8:9, "wished the poor man's victim to 103 3, 37 | not subject to the Law, wished, ~nevertheless, to submit 104 3, 37 | for the same reasons He wished His ~Mother also to fulfil 105 3, 37 | no uncleanness, yet she ~wished to fulfil the observance 106 3, 39 | was baptized because He wished, ~not to be cleansed, but 107 3, 39 | the water." Thirdly, He wished to be ~baptized, as Augustine 108 3, 39 | Epiphany (cxxxvi), ~"because He wished to do what He had commanded 109 3, 39 | the New ~Law. Therefore He wished not only to be circumcised, 110 3, 39 | stated above (A[1]), Christ wished to be baptized in ~order 111 3, 39 | thereto more efficaciously, He wished to be baptized with a ~baptism 112 3, 39 | 1]; Q[38], A[1]), Christ wished to be ~baptized in order 113 3, 40 | 43) He ~says to those who wished to stay Him: "To other cities 114 3, 40 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ wished to make His Godhead known 115 3, 40 | And therefore our Lord ~wished to give men an example of 116 3, 40 | Law. In token of this He wished even to be circumcised; ~ 117 3, 40 | 2/2 ~And Christ, indeed, wished to conform His conduct to 118 3, 40 | 2: By those words Christ wished to show that man is made ~ 119 3, 41 | 4~I answer that, Christ wished to be tempted; first that 120 3, 41 | temptation. Wherefore also He wished to be ~tempted after His 121 3, 41 | God: wherefore (the devil) wished to tempt ~Him. This is implied 122 3, 41 | says (Heb. 4:15), Christ wished to be ~"tempted in all things, 123 3, 41 | spirit.'" And hence Christ wished to be ~tempted by an enemy, 124 3, 41 | desert. Because Christ wished to be tempted in order to 125 3, 42 | Passion, certain Gentiles wished to see Jesus, He said: " 126 3, 42 | were, wrote whatever He wished us to read concerning His 127 3, 43 | to pray, but because He wished to ~teach us how to pray. 128 3, 44 | s goodness, for when He wished to afford an example of 129 3, 44 | human body: ~but when He wished to picture to them His severity 130 3, 45 | the hands of the Jews who wished to hurl Him down or ~to 131 3, 45 | Phil. 3:21), in whom He wished by His ~transfiguration 132 3, 45 | 1~I answer that, Christ wished to be transfigured in order 133 3, 45 | fifth reason was that "He wished His disciples to imitate 134 3, 46 | over the ~whole world, He wished to suffer in the center 135 3, 51 | of Scriptural language, wished to compute as night those 136 3, 54 | Bartholomew, that "if he wished he could be seen, ~and not 137 3, 55 | His ~Resurrection our Lord wished especially to show that 138 3, 66 | as it was instituted; but wished men to become accustomed 139 3, 66 | it said against some who wished ~to be baptized again: " 140 3, 68 | neither are baptized, nor wished to be baptized: which clearly 141 3, 80 | depth of this mystery, wished to fix it closely in the 142 3, 83 | observed (Q[73], A[5]), Christ wished to give ~this sacrament 143 3, 86 | overcome by man, if man wished a sin to be blotted out, 144 Suppl, 11| every priest could, if he wished, divulge a sin, by ~making 145 Suppl, 34| 1/1~I answer that, God wished to produce His works in 146 Suppl, 54| they could separate if they wished. ~Nevertheless, they could 147 Suppl, 65| the Old ~Testament all who wished to do so, without any distinction, 148 Suppl, 66| followed: unless ~perhaps he wished to explain that he means 149 Suppl, 71| 13). Hence, also, they wished to be buried in the land 150 Suppl, 74| answers certain persons who wished to liken the number of ~ 151 Suppl, 92| great love for the maiden ~wished to give the dowry which 152 Suppl, 96| one ~might say that he wished to remain there for ever, 153 Suppl, 96| they would indeed have wished to live for ever, that they ~


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