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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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began

    Part, Question
1 1, 16 | that truth was before it ~began to be. Similarly, if it 2 1, 43 | the world, inasmuch as He began to exist visibly in ~the 3 1, 43 | whence it is said that, "they began ~to speak with divers tongues" ( 4 1, 46 | existed?~(2) Whether that they began to exist in an article of 5 1, 46 | If therefore the world began to exist, it was ~a possible 6 1, 46 | possible being before it began to exist. But possible being 7 1, 46 | If therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must have 8 1, 46 | world existed before it began to exist: ~which is impossible.~ 9 1, 46 | might ~be. But if the world began to exist, there was first 10 1, 46 | asserted that the world began to exist in some quite ~ 11 1, 46 | incorruptible things never began to exist; but ~that they 12 1, 46 | not always so, because it began to be whereas hitherto ~ 13 1, 46 | moment that movable things began to ~exist movement also 14 1, 46 | of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 15 1, 46 | conclusion that the world began. For everything that is 16 1, 46 | demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 17 1, 46 | certainty that the world ~began, and not only is it known 18 1, 46 | world: hence that the world began, is an article of ~faith; 19 1, 46 | rests. Hence that the world began to exist is an object of ~ 20 1, 66 | Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning of the 21 1, 66 | day nor night, for these began when "God divided the ~light 22 1, 68 | matter created before days began. But the firmament cannot 23 1, 70 | distinction of seasons and days began from the first ~day. Therefore 24 1, 43 | the world, inasmuch as He began to exist visibly in ~the 25 1, 43 | whence it is said that, "they began ~to speak with divers tongues" ( 26 1, 47 | existed?~(2) Whether that they began to exist in an article of 27 1, 47 | If therefore the world began to exist, it was ~a possible 28 1, 47 | possible being before it began to exist. But possible being 29 1, 47 | If therefore the ~world began to exist, matter must have 30 1, 47 | world existed before it began to exist: ~which is impossible.~ 31 1, 47 | might ~be. But if the world began to exist, there was first 32 1, 47 | asserted that the world began to exist in some quite ~ 33 1, 47 | incorruptible things never began to exist; but ~that they 34 1, 47 | not always so, because it began to be whereas hitherto ~ 35 1, 47 | moment that movable things began to ~exist movement also 36 1, 47 | of faith that the world began?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 37 1, 47 | conclusion that the world began. For everything that is 38 1, 47 | demonstratively ~proved that the world began.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 39 1, 47 | certainty that the world ~began, and not only is it known 40 1, 47 | world: hence that the world began, is an article of ~faith; 41 1, 47 | rests. Hence that the world began to exist is an object of ~ 42 1, 67 | Now the ~spiritual glory began with the beginning of the 43 1, 67 | day nor night, for these began when "God divided the ~light 44 1, 69 | matter created before days began. But the firmament cannot 45 1, 71 | distinction of seasons and days began from the first ~day. Therefore 46 1, 89 | ancients. ~For those who first began to observe the nature of 47 1, 91 | this kind of ~subjection began after sin. There is another 48 1, 94 | spiritual ~life of the body began in Christ, who is "the firstborn 49 1, 94 | the body's animal life began in Adam. From the Apostle' 50 1, 117 | body perishes. Therefore it began to ~exist before the body.~ 51 2, 26 | the movement ends where it began. ~Accordingly, the first 52 2, 98 | time when the natural law began to be ~obscured on account 53 2, 103 | after ~Christ's Passion they began to be not only dead, so 54 2, 111 | with us, perfects what He began by operating in us, since 55 2, 1 | was born, even before He began to preach, ~it was false 56 2, 1 | operation of grace also began with perfect things, so 57 2, 13 | human nature. Now the Jews began by speaking ~blasphemy against 58 2, 18 | according to Mk. 14:33, Jesus ~"began to fear and be heavy." Therefore 59 2, 92 | then had died as a man he began to worship as a god." The 60 2, 145 | read (Mt. 4) that Christ began to fast immediately ~after 61 2, 161 | excellence. Hence the serpent began by ~saying: "You shall be 62 2, 162 | thereafter many years, they began to die on the day when they 63 2, 172 | was at that time that men began to stray from faith in ~ 64 2, 172 | from the time that they began to have kings, it was ~exclusively 65 2, 174 | the Holy Ghost, and they began to speak with divers tongues, ~ 66 2, 184 | perfection of the Christian life began with ~Christ's apostles. 67 2, 184 | Hippon.): "From the time I began to serve God, even as I 68 2, 187 | thou hast,' the rich man began to scratch his ~head; and 69 2, 187 | agreed that the boy Benedict began at a high degree of grace 70 2, 187 | 3), "the Roman ~nobles began to give their sons to the 71 2, 187 | mockery, for that "this man began ~to build and was not able 72 3, 1 | therefore, as the creature began to be, although it had not 73 3, 1 | race men's knowledge of God began to grow dim and their ~morals 74 3, 2 | was not from eternity, but began in time. Therefore the union 75 3, 4 | signs of holiness, which began in Abraham, who was the 76 3, 5 | heaven, but inasmuch as He began to be here below in a ~new 77 3, 7 | according to Acts 1:1: "Jesus began to do and to teach." But 78 3, 15 | written (Mt. 26:37): ~"He began to grow sorrowful and to 79 3, 15 | written (Mk. 4:33): Jesus "began to fear and to ~be heavy."~ 80 3, 15 | Mk. 14:33) that Jesus "began to fear and to be heavy," 81 3, 16 | pointing out Christ, "began to ~be"? or "always was"?~( 82 3, 16 | inasmuch as the human nature began to be in an ~eternally pre-existing 83 3, 16 | cannot be said that this ~Man began to be God, or is made God, 84 3, 16 | Whether this Man, i.e. Christ, began to be?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 85 3, 16 | that this Man, i.e. Christ, began to be. For ~Augustine says ( 86 3, 16 | this Man, i.e. Christ, ~began to be.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 87 3, 16 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Christ began to be Man. But to be man 88 3, 16 | simply. ~Therefore this man began to be, simply.~Aquin.: SMT 89 3, 16 | nature. Therefore this Man began to ~be.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 90 3, 16 | pointing to ~Christ - "began to be," unless we add something. 91 3, 16 | this is false: "This Man began to be." Nor does it matter 92 3, 16 | so he maintained that He began to be, saying "there was 93 3, 16 | does not follow if "this began to be ~white," that therefore " 94 3, 16 | white," that therefore "it began to be colored." And this 95 3, 16 | does ~not follow: "Christ began to be Man - therefore He 96 3, 16 | to be Man - therefore He began to be."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 97 3, 16 | the human nature, which began to be, nevertheless signifies 98 3, 16 | is false: "The Man Christ began ~to be": but this is true: " 99 3, 16 | but this is true: "Christ began to be Man."~~Aquin.: SMT 100 3, 16 | Man is a creature," ~or "began to be." For nothing in Christ 101 3, 21 | according to Acts 1:1: "Jesus began to do and ~to teach." Therefore 102 3, 24 | Person of ~Christ that He began to be the Son of God, yet 103 3, 24 | because at one time ~it began to be true that one existing 104 3, 28 | an effect of God's grace, began its ~perfection in Christ, 105 3, 30 | In which salutation he began by ~asserting her worthiness 106 3, 30 | hearing of so great a mystery, began by praising her.~Aquin.: 107 3, 31 | supposititious genealogy; hence he began: "Being (as ~it was supposed) 108 3, 32 | beginning of his nature when he began to exist was joined to God 109 3, 33 | assumed. But Christ's ~flesh began to exist when it was conceived. 110 3, 33 | same moment that this flesh began to be conceived, its conception 111 3, 34 | therefore, ~Christ's soul began to exist in the first instant 112 3, 35 | say that the Son of God began thus to ~exist: lest it 113 3, 38 | himself, but because he began it by ~preparing the way 114 3, 38 | s. But ~Christ's baptism began as soon as He had been baptized; 115 3, 38 | that Christ's preaching began in a great ~measure after 116 3, 39 | thirty years ~old when he began to reign." Again, Ezechiel 117 3, 39 | reign." Again, Ezechiel began to prophesy in "his ~thirtieth 118 3, 40 | written, Lk. 14:30: "This man began to build, and ~was not able 119 3, 40 | able to finish." Now Christ began a very strict life after 120 3, 40 | according to Acts ~1:1: "Jesus began to do and to teach." But 121 3, 41 | said of Christ, that "Jesus began to do and to teach" (Acts 122 3, 42 | Concerning the time when He began to teach, we have spoken 123 3, 42 | Pharisees and ~Scribes, they "began vehemently to urge Him, 124 3, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ began to work miracles when He 125 3, 43 | it was not then that He began to work miracles.~Aquin.: 126 3, 43 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ began to gather His disciples 127 3, 43 | work miracles before He began to teach. And ~it was unfitting 128 3, 44 | Consequently the eclipse began towards the east, whereas 129 3, 44 | the east, whereas the sun began to ~reappear towards the 130 3, 44 | hands upon his eyes, and he began to see, and was restored, 131 3, 45 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ began to teach after His baptism. 132 3, 46 | festivity, the solemnity ~began from the evening of the 133 3, 46 | ended - that the ~darkness began, when Christ hung upon the 134 3, 46 | celebrated in the Lord's Passion, began to be prepared ~from the 135 3, 49 | Christ's Passion, so that He began ~to love us anew.~Aquin.: 136 3, 53 | signified that a third epoch began with the ~Resurrection: 137 3, 53 | third state of the saints began ~with the Resurrection of 138 3, 57 | not indeed that He then began ~to derive joy from it when 139 3, 70 | time of its institution ~began to avail unto the renewal 140 3, 74 | according ~to the Law, began to use unleavened bread 141 3, 74 | 12, the paschal solemnity began on the ~evening of the fourteenth 142 3, 75 | the species, for if this ~began to be done in the last instant 143 3, 81 | read in Acts 1:1: "Jesus began ~to do and to teach." Hence 144 3, 81 | said in Acts 1:1: "Jesus began to do and to teach." But 145 3, 83 | either by the priest who began it, or by the one who follows ~ 146 Suppl, 54| Moses, for they already began to curb ~concupiscence. 147 Suppl, 76| happiness, after some centuries began to wish to return to the


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