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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | 1/1 ~I answer that, The author of Holy Writ is God, in 2 1, 1 | sense is that which the author intends, and since the author 3 1, 1 | author intends, and since the author of ~Holy Writ is God, Who 4 1, 10 | qu. 28) "that God is the author of ~eternity." Therefore 5 1, 10 | Augustine says that "God is the author of eternity," ~this is to 6 1, 12 | manifest both that God is the author of the intellect power, ~ 7 1, 22 | Reply OBJ 3: Man is not the author of nature; but he uses natural 8 1, 22 | thus far, since God is the author of nature. ~Apparently it 9 1, 34 | utterance proposed by its author, as appears from Augustine ( 10 1, 43 | Ghost, it belongs to the author of this sanctification. 11 1, 43 | been sent visibly as the author of sanctification; the Holy 12 1, 43 | Son to be declared as the author ~of sanctification, as explained 13 1, 46 | manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 14 1, 48 | the fact that God is the author of ~the evil of pain, but 15 1, 49 | that, "God is not the ~author of evil because He is not 16 1, 49 | sinners. And so God is the author of the evil which is penalty, 17 1, 60 | implanted in him by the Author of his nature. ~Yet he is 18 1, 60 | implanted in nature by its Author. To say that a natural inclination 19 1, 60 | is to derogate from the Author of nature. Yet the ~rectitude 20 1, 62 | naturally, so far as God is the author ~of his natural being. But 21 1, 72 | at all, since ~He is the Author of good; or at least not 22 1, 43 | Ghost, it belongs to the author of this sanctification. 23 1, 43 | been sent visibly as the author of sanctification; the Holy 24 1, 43 | Son to be declared as the author ~of sanctification, as explained 25 1, 47 | manifestly to declare its author.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 26 1, 49 | the fact that God is the author of ~the evil of pain, but 27 1, 50 | that, "God is not the ~author of evil because He is not 28 1, 50 | sinners. And so God is the author of the evil which is penalty, 29 1, 61 | implanted in him by the Author of his nature. ~Yet he is 30 1, 61 | implanted in nature by its Author. To say that a natural inclination 31 1, 61 | is to derogate from the Author of nature. Yet the ~rectitude 32 1, 63 | naturally, so far as God is the author ~of his natural being. But 33 1, 71 | at all, since ~He is the Author of good; or at least not 34 1, 88 | unnatural, for God is the author of the influx of both ~of 35 1, 90 | it was produced;~(2) The author by whom it was produced;~( 36 1, 91 | God, Who is the universal Author of nature. Therefore, ~in 37 1, 91 | generated. Now God alone, the Author of nature, can produce an 38 1, 94 | Work ~of an anonymous author, among the supposititious 39 1, 96 | 19 [*Work of an anonymous author, among the supposititious 40 1, 96 | Works of ~an anonymous author, among the supposititious 41 1, 96 | Work of an ~anonymous author, among the supposititious 42 1, 96 | Work of an anonymous author, among the supposititious 43 1, 97 | nature, or rather of the Author of nature, Who alone is 44 1, 105 | because He alone is the author of the intellectual nature. ~ 45 1, 113 | be permitted by God, the author of all justice, that men 46 1, 113 | referred to God as ~their first author.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 47 1, 113 | referred to God ~as its first author. Nevertheless the demons 48 2, 4 | intellect, which is the Author of ~nature, adjusted delights 49 2, 26 | not in them, but in the Author of their nature, as stated 50 2, 28 | therefore according to the same author (Div. Nom. iv), every love ~ 51 2, 40 | separate Intellect, Who is ~the Author of nature; as does also 52 2, 83 | of sin, since He is the author of the soul's creation ~ 53 2, 96 | common good - and from ~their author, that is to say, when the 54 2, 96 | vainglory - or in respect of the author, as when a ~man makes a 55 2, 97 | of the Divine Reason, the Author ~of nature. But the reason 56 2, 100 | command of God, Who is ~the Author of the institution of marriage.~ 57 2, 101 | contains ~Christ Himself, the Author of our Sanctification: for 58 2, 102 | OBJ 5: Further, God is the Author of life, not only of men, 59 2, 102 | must recognize no first author of things other than God, 60 2, 107 | faith in Christ, Who is the Author of the New Testament. Hence 61 2, 107 | The work of an unknown ~author]) say: "The commandments 62 2, 114 | Head of the Church, and the Author of human ~salvation, according 63 2, 114 | glory [to perfect] the Author of their salvation."~Aquin.: 64 2, 18 | fault is not from God as its author but from ~us, in for far 65 2, 18 | punishment is from ~God as its author, in so far as it has character 66 2, 21 | so that he believes the Author of the ~Law to be One to 67 2, 22 | Divine power, which is the author of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 24 | though he were the principal ~author of salvation, but not, to 69 2, 32 | if we consider Him as the Author of such ~like effects. Some 70 2, 32 | punishment, hates God the author ~of punishments. For many 71 2, 42 | quotation is from an anonymous author's unfinished work ~(Opus 72 2, 42 | the end intended by ~the author of the precept is reached; 73 2, 42 | the end intended by its author is not reached, ~nevertheless 74 2, 81 | may recognize ~in Him the Author of our goods. Hence Chrysostom 75 2, 81 | that he needs Him as the Author of his goods. Hence it ~ 76 2, 81 | confess that He is the Author of our goods: but not to 77 2, 86 | blessing, of which God is the author, though man is the minister, ~ 78 2, 102 | justice, since God is the author of life ~an death. Nor again 79 2, 110 | seek the glory of their author, that they are not inwardly ~ 80 2, 127 | but as explained by the author]~We must now consider each 81 2, 152 | injury is done ~to God, the Author of nature. Hence Augustine 82 2, 152 | nature, of which He is ~the Author, is polluted by the perversity 83 2, 160 | will do; and He is ~not the author of sin. Now pride is numbered 84 2, 162 | rust. Now God Who is the author of man is all-powerful, 85 2, 162 | 21) that God is not the author of death, except in so far 86 2, 166 | but the devil, that is the author of fun. Listen to what ~ 87 2, 170 | of their own nature, the author ~of which is the Holy Ghost, 88 2, 174 | Robert of France, the reputed author of the 'Veni Sancte ~Spiritus.' 89 3, 1 | to honor him ~who is the author of sin; hence Augustine 90 3, 5 | 4, work of an ~unknown author]): "I call Christ a heavenly 91 3, 7 | Heb. 12:2) that He is "the author and finisher of our faith." ~ 92 3, 7 | virtue, ~regards not only the author of good, but even the good 93 3, 7 | that in Christ, Who is the author of grace, there should be 94 3, 9 | unto glory, to perfect the author of their salvation by His 95 3, 11 | Looking on Jesus the author and finisher of ~faith." 96 3, 11 | and hence Christ is ~the author of our faith by the Divine 97 3, 13 | to God alone Who is the author of nature. Therefore ~they 98 3, 21 | cannot effect. For the Author of power, the Master of 99 3, 21 | show that His Father is the author both of His eternal ~procession 100 3, 21 | acknowledging Him as the author thereof, as we read (Mt. 101 3, 21 | receive from His Father as the author thereof, and therefore it 102 3, 23 | appropriated to the Father as its author; to the Son, ~as its exemplar; 103 3, 25 | Assumption, work of an anonymous ~author] says: "It is right that 104 3, 27 | was nearest of all to the Author of grace; so ~that she received 105 3, 30 | B.V.M. [*Work of another author: among the works of St. 106 3, 31 | conceived; secondly, as to the author of ~His conception; thirdly, 107 3, 35 | Reply OBJ 3: As says the author of the book De Qq. Nov. 108 3, 37 | indeed, did she have the very Author of grace with her. Therefore 109 3, 38 | said with Jerome [*Another author on Mk. 1 (inter ~op. Hier.)] 110 3, 41 | as He willed; not as the Author of eternal life, ~but as 111 3, 41 | Looking on Jesus, the author and finisher of faith." 112 3, 41 | the Holy Ghost, who is the Author of the ~perfect deed, is 113 3, 43 | Looking on Jesus, the author and finisher of faith." 114 3, 44 | God, the ~Creator and Author of all natures, does nothing 115 3, 46 | OBJ 3: According to the author of De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., 116 3, 46 | answer that, According to the author of De Qq. Vet. et Nov. Test., 117 3, 47 | triumphed over death and its author; ~because a soldier cannot 118 3, 47 | degree. Now according to the author of De Qq. Nov. et Vet. Test., 119 3, 48 | belonged as to its first ~author, and from whom Christ received 120 3, 48 | the Father as the original author.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[48] A[ 121 3, 53 | be first in Christ as the author of glory: but that ~grace 122 3, 54 | fitting for Christ, the author of the resurrection, to 123 3, 59 | He is their Head and the author of their ~salvation, according 124 3, 59 | into ~glory, to perfect the author of their salvation by His 125 3, 63 | of which Christ is the author, ~receive a character by 126 3, 72 | conformed to ~Christ, Who is the Author of the sacraments. But man 127 3, 72 | dignity, that He, Who is the ~Author of the sacraments, should 128 3, 75 | of being in the one, the author of being can change into ~ 129 Suppl, 2 | Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown author]), ~that the penitent should 130 Suppl, 3 | Cordis, work of ~an unknown author] confesses that "he deserves 131 Suppl, 4 | Poenitentia, work of an unknown author] says that "when sorrow 132 Suppl, 4 | Poenitentia, work of an ~unknown author] says: "The penitent should 133 Suppl, 8 | Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown ~author]: "He who wishes to confess 134 Suppl, 9 | Poenitentia, work of an unknown author]. Therefore confession ~ 135 Suppl, 20| Poenitentia [*Work of an unknown ~author]), "no man should exercise 136 Suppl, 21| First, ~on the part of its author, as when anyone excommunicates 137 Suppl, 21| takes effect, ~though its author sins, because the one who 138 Suppl, 21| suffers ~justly, even if the author act wrongly in excommunicating 139 Suppl, 41| gregarious animal," as the same author asserts ~(Polit. i, 2). 140 Suppl, 72| be done by Him Who is the author of nature. But by the final ~ 141 Suppl, 87| Anima, work of an unknown author. St. Thomas, De Anima, ~ 142 Suppl, 95| of themselves but of the Author of nature, Who gave nature 143 Suppl, 96| sinned against ~God the author of his being, yet, in view 144 Appen1, 2| iv, xviii, by some other author] say that certain slight ~


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