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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | Elohim," which may be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and 2 1, 62 | union of beatitude, ~it is rendered unable to sin, for the reason 3 1, 66 | be under ~the waters that rendered it invisible, whilst the 4 1, 39 | Elohim," which may be ~rendered "Gods" or "Judges": and 5 1, 63 | union of beatitude, ~it is rendered unable to sin, for the reason 6 1, 67 | be under ~the waters that rendered it invisible, whilst the 7 1, 86 | elsewhere in this translation rendered ~"passive" - Ed.]. Therefore 8 2, 6 | those whom concupiscence has rendered mad, it would follow ~that 9 2, 21 | relation to ~retribution, rendered according to justice. Now, 10 2, 21 | according to ~justice is rendered to a man, by reason of his 11 2, 50 | cooperates, that man is rendered apt to understand. And so 12 2, 55 | Latin word 'potentia' is rendered 'potentiality' in the first ~ 13 2, 60 | which something due is ~rendered: in this sense it is not 14 2, 60 | philia}], and may be rendered "affability." ~Secondly, 15 2, 71 | inordinate affection, he is ~rendered thereby unfit for fulfilling 16 2, 74 | passages 'ratio' has been rendered by the English 'type,' because 17 2, 77 | altogether, unless it be rendered altogether involuntary. ~ 18 2, 77 | use of reason, his act is rendered wholly ~involuntary, and 19 2, 102 | priest who immolated her was rendered unclean ~"until the evening"; 20 2, 102 | wilderness: while they were rendered unclean by the ~other, which 21 2, 103 | other was corporal, which rendered a man ~unfit for divine 22 2, 104 | precepts: else the law would be rendered useless by confusion. We 23 2, 106 | the world, ~whereby man is rendered fit to receive the grace 24 2, 107 | religion to be a free service rendered by the public ~solemnization 25 2, 111 | inasmuch as man's mind is rendered easily movable by the Holy ~ 26 2, 4 | virtue that human acts are ~rendered good; hence, any habit that 27 2, 18 | powers, whereby these are ~rendered amenable to the motion of 28 2, 18 | the appetitive powers are rendered amenable to the motion of ~ 29 2, 23 | whom He wills to ~move are rendered immune from sin, as much 30 2, 30 | is no longer accurately ~rendered either "husband" or "betrothed."] 31 2, 38 | just cause, and yet be rendered unlawful through a wicked 32 2, 38 | war, nevertheless ~it is rendered unlawful for clerics, by 33 2, 41 | Greek {skandalon} may be rendered ~offense, downfall, or a 34 2, 44 | things, whereby his sense is rendered ~incapable of perceiving 35 2, 49 | three Greek words may be rendered as the faculties of ~deliberating 36 2, 50 | dispositions whereby the soul is rendered amenable to the ~motion 37 2, 55 | the wage due for a service rendered. And so a thing is said 38 2, 58 | 1/1~Whether judgment is rendered perverse by being usurped?~ 39 2, 58 | seem that judgment is not rendered perverse by being ~usurped. 40 2, 61 | Reply OBJ 2: Persons are rendered proportionate to and worthy 41 2, 61 | cause whereby a man is ~rendered worthy of an ecclesiastical 42 2, 61 | evident that judgment is rendered ~corrupt by respect of persons.~ 43 2, 62 | intention, an act may be rendered unlawful, if it ~be out 44 2, 66 | Whether an accusation is rendered unjust by calumny, collusion 45 2, 66 | that an accusation is not rendered unjust by ~calumny, collusion 46 2, 66 | accusation is not always rendered unjust ~through being slanderous. ~ 47 2, 66 | that an accusation is not ~rendered unjust by collusion.~Aquin.: 48 2, 68 | OBJ 3: Further, no man is rendered unfit for things necessary 49 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Whether a sale is rendered unlawful through a fault 50 2, 75 | seem that a sale is not rendered unjust and unlawful ~through 51 2, 75 | thing does not seem to be rendered unlawful through a fault 52 2, 75 | seems that ~a sale is not rendered unlawful through the thing 53 2, 75 | Further, the thing sold is rendered defective by lacking a ~ 54 2, 75 | Therefore a sale is ~not rendered unlawful by a fault (in 55 2, 75 | sale, so that the sale is rendered unlawful. Hence we find 56 2, 78 | be equal, as though man rendered to ~God as much as he owes 57 2, 78 | the things that He hath rendered to me?" In this ~respect " 58 2, 78 | the "deference and honor rendered to those who excel ~in worth."~ 59 2, 86 | the other hand, if he be rendered incapable of ~fulfilling 60 2, 87 | according to Ps. 7:5, "If I have rendered ~to them that repaid me 61 2, 89 | latria; wherefore Ps. 64:2 is rendered by Jerome in his Psalter ~[* 62 2, 93 | Hence this kind of trial is rendered unlawful, ~both because 63 2, 98 | an equivalent in service rendered or money ~received, is guilty 64 2, 98 | spiritual thing for a service rendered or to be rendered is ~the 65 2, 98 | service rendered or to be rendered is ~the same as to grant 66 2, 98 | an "equivalent in service rendered."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] 67 2, 98 | remuneration for service ~rendered, such as Gregory has in 68 2, 98 | carnal things (e.g. a service rendered to the prelate for the ~ 69 2, 98 | remuneration for service rendered, and this will be ~simony.~ 70 2, 102 | his good deeds would be rendered less acceptable through ~ 71 2, 102 | free will. Now a deed is rendered virtuous, praiseworthy and 72 2, 141 | Per-se-sufficientiam' which could be ~rendered 'self-sufficiency,' but 73 2, 145 | virtuous generically may be rendered vicious ~by its connection 74 2, 146 | many ways. Now an end is rendered most ~desirable through 75 2, 148 | sin, because the latter is rendered voluntary through the ~voluntariness 76 2, 150 | pleasure, which ~purpose is rendered praiseworthy by its end, 77 2, 151 | cxxiii ad Ageruch.] ~states, rendered the hearts of the prophets, 78 2, 152 | whereby the venereal act is rendered unbecoming, there ~is a 79 2, 160 | out of proud contempt, is rendered more grievous than if ~it 80 2, 160 | whereby other sins are rendered more grievous. And as that 81 2, 169 | Greek {phates}, and may be rendered 'soothsayer'] ~(Etym. viii, 82 2, 170 | some truths whereby it is rendered acceptable. For the intellect ~ 83 2, 170 | both that the ~truth may be rendered more credible, since even 84 2, 171 | the external senses is not rendered necessary ~when the prophet' 85 2, 176 | confirmed in order that it be ~rendered credible. This is done by 86 2, 178 | its ~powers, whereby it is rendered free of error and of outward 87 2, 180 | Reply OBJ 3: A sacrifice is rendered to God spiritually when 88 2, 184 | with right ~reason is not rendered sinful by the greatness 89 2, 185 | and because they are not ~rendered less apt for these things 90 2, 185 | foolish to say that a man is rendered ~less fit for spiritual 91 2, 186 | Service and subjection rendered to God are not precluded 92 2, 186 | Super Matth.) is to be rendered thus: "It is enough that 93 3, 7 | grace, inasmuch as it was rendered just and holy ~by it from 94 3, 27 | particular office, that they are rendered capable of fulfilling it, ~ 95 3, 29 | First, because thus she ~was rendered exempt from punishment; 96 3, 29 | words of the Virgin are rendered more ~credible by which 97 3, 29 | take her away" are better ~rendered as meaning, "not willing 98 3, 36 | virtue": whose testimony is rendered the more ~credible by reason 99 3, 51 | of this kind which are ~rendered to the dead, the custom 100 3, 55 | their testimony might be rendered more efficacious through 101 3, 60 | therefore, the sacrament is ~not rendered invalid by addition or subtraction 102 3, 60 | the sacrament is clearly rendered invalid. Now it is clear, 103 3, 60 | sense, the sacrament is not rendered invalid. Nor does it ~matter 104 3, 60 | then the sacrament is not rendered void.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] 105 3, 78 | words spoken, praise is rendered to God, prayer is put up ~ 106 3, 81 | goodness, since bread is rendered more savory by ~being dipped), " 107 3, 82 | simply or for a time, is rendered incapable of ~offering sacrifice; 108 3, 82 | gone so far that ~it has rendered him incapable owing to the 109 3, 83 | consecration, whereby they ~are rendered fit for the Divine worship, 110 Suppl, 11| 1~Reply OBJ 4: A man is rendered unworthy of ecclesiastical 111 Suppl, 21| being punished, evil is not ~rendered to him, but good: since 112 Suppl, 35| grace, whereby ~they are rendered apt for greater things.~ 113 Suppl, 37| proximate, whereby they are rendered apt at once for receiving 114 Suppl, 47| under a condition it is rendered doubtful. Therefore a like 115 Suppl, 49| Bona matrimonii," variously rendered marriage goods, marriage 116 Suppl, 50| Consequently a person may be rendered an ~unlawful subject of 117 Suppl, 52| marriage is not thereby rendered invalid. It is therefore ~ 118 Suppl, 53| matters wherein he is not rendered unable to ~do so. Hence 119 Suppl, 55| persons to ~whom marriage is rendered unlawful by a vow; or in 120 Suppl, 56| catechism, whereby marriage is rendered at least unlawful, as ~some 121 Suppl, 58| of man, a person may be rendered ~incapable of carnal copulation 122 Suppl, 58| witchcraft a man may be ~rendered impotent in relation to 123 Suppl, 60| He is not however hereby ~rendered simply unfit by law in relation 124 Suppl, 64| OBJ 3: If the husband be rendered incapable of paying the 125 Suppl, 64| as a ~wife. But if he be rendered incapable through some other 126 Suppl, 65| the genus or species is rendered proportionate to the ~end. 127 Suppl, 66| is the same, and is best rendered as above.]~Aquin.: SMT XP 128 Suppl, 71| except in so far as he rendered such a burial place unfitting 129 Suppl, 71| else their merits ~would be rendered unavailing.~Aquin.: SMT 130 Suppl, 71| follow that their merit is rendered ~unavailing.~Aquin.: SMT 131 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 5: A person is rendered worthy of a saint's prayers 132 Suppl, 72| better state, so that it is ~rendered a more fitting place for 133 Suppl, 73| principle a power already rendered natural. But ~this power 134 Suppl, 76| disposition whereby its matter ~is rendered proper to such a form; so 135 Suppl, 78| to Boethius is "a state rendered perfect by the accumulation 136 Suppl, 81| the glorified body will be rendered ~apt not only for local 137 Suppl, 81| a ~different way is not rendered capable of measuring things 138 Suppl, 83| of its principles may be rendered incorruptible in two ways. 139 Suppl, 86| justice, so that they are rendered competent to be judges as 140 Suppl, 88| temperature of the atmosphere ~rendered conducive to health. Therefore 141 Suppl, 90| reunion with the body is rendered happy by rejoicing in the 142 Suppl, 90| works." Now that which is rendered is the measure of ~beatitude. 143 Suppl, 92| bride ~and bridegroom is rendered delightful. Now such is 144 Suppl, 93| beatitude ~is "a state rendered perfect by the aggregate 145 Suppl, 94| terrarum," which might be ~rendered "from the land of the living."], 146 Suppl, 95| appetite. and ~even this is rendered perverse in the damned, 147 Suppl, 96| an offense ~in a city is rendered by his very offense worthy 148 Suppl, 96| whereas sometimes he is not rendered worthy of being ~cut off


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