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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 34 | Image." The idea of Son is gathered ~from the idea of Father. 2 1, 36 | their predecessors who had gathered together ~at Nicaea, but 3 1, 50 | incorruptibility can be gathered from its intellectual ~operation; 4 1, 50 | by ~God, it is not to be gathered therefrom that there is 5 1, 66 | Para. 2/2~As far as may be gathered from the text of Genesis 6 1, 69 | which the waters could be ~gathered together.~Aquin.: SMT FP 7 1, 69 | therefore all were not gathered together into one place. ~ 8 1, 69 | words, "Let the waters be gathered together, and the dry ~land 9 1, 69 | that these were afterwards ~gathered together, but that they 10 1, 69 | the place where they were ~gathered together, for it has been 11 1, 69 | condensed when the waters were gathered ~together. The third suggests 12 1, 69 | why they ~are said to be gathered together into one place. 13 1, 69 | would be, "Let the waters be gathered together in one ~place," 14 1, 69 | first, when "the waters were gathered ~together into one place 15 1, 51 | incorruptibility can be gathered from its intellectual ~operation; 16 1, 51 | by ~God, it is not to be gathered therefrom that there is 17 1, 67 | Para. 2/2 ~As far as may be gathered from the text of Genesis 18 1, 70 | which the waters could be ~gathered together.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 70 | therefore all were not gathered together into one place. ~ 20 1, 70 | words, "Let the waters be gathered together, and the dry ~land 21 1, 70 | that these were afterwards ~gathered together, but that they 22 1, 70 | the place where they were ~gathered together, for it has been 23 1, 70 | condensed when the waters were gathered ~together. The third suggests 24 1, 70 | why they ~are said to be gathered together into one place. 25 1, 70 | would be, "Let the waters be gathered together in one ~place," 26 1, 70 | first, when "the waters were gathered ~together into one place 27 1, 88 | similitude; whereas the mode is gathered from the power of ~the agent. 28 1, 104 | 1:9 ~"Let the waters be gathered together into one place." 29 1, 116 | composed of men will be gathered together."~Aquin.: SMT FP 30 2, 4 | required for Happiness must be gathered from the way in ~which man 31 2, 6 | Para. 2/2~From this may be gathered the solution of the objections. 32 2, 9 | predictions about human acts, gathered from the observation of 33 2, 13 | choose, or to choose, may be gathered from a ~twofold power in 34 2, 19 | 2~From the above may be gathered the replies to the Second 35 2, 25 | precedes sadness, as ~may be gathered from what has been stated 36 2, 37 | inflicted therewith, as ~may be gathered from the words of the Apostle ( 37 2, 40 | passions of animals can be gathered from ~their outward movements: 38 2, 40 | these three reasons may be ~gathered from the three conditions 39 2, 46 | contrary, however, may be gathered from the Philosopher (Rhet. 40 2, 55 | words ~this definition is gathered, and principally in De Libero 41 2, 55 | essential notion of anything is ~gathered from all its causes. Now 42 2, 55 | virtue, as of everything, is ~gathered from its genus and difference, 43 2, 68 | this question is easily gathered from ~what has been already 44 2, 68 | perfectly in heaven, as may be ~gathered from the passage of Ambrose, 45 2, 70 | between these fruits must be gathered from the various ways in 46 2, 72 | the formal difference is gathered from their relation to one 47 2, 72 | law, the species of sin is gathered, not from its ~inordinateness, 48 2, 73 | equal. So ~far as can be gathered from the words of Cicero 49 2, 81 | die, as, seemingly, may be gathered ~from 1 Thess. 4:14: "We 50 2, 81 | The reason for this may be gathered from what has ~been stated ( 51 2, 90 | definition of law may be ~gathered; and it is nothing else 52 2, 93 | this distinction may be gathered by looking ~around us. For 53 2, 100 | slight reflection can be gathered at once from the first general ~ 54 2, 102 | reasonable causes can be ~gathered.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 55 2, 102 | Secondly, their reasons can be gathered from the point of view of 56 2, 102 | continual solemnity, as may be gathered from Num. 28,29. There ~ 57 2, 102 | that burnt her; and he that gathered up ~her ashes. Therefore 58 2, 102 | collected together, and men gathered round it to eat in honor 59 2, 102 | burned her," and "he that gathered up the ashes," and "he that ~ 60 2, 102 | ashes of this burning were gathered by "a man that is clean," 61 2, 102 | he who burned, and he who gathered together the ashes, were 62 2, 103 | itself: which opinion they gathered from certain glosses, which ~ 63 2, 104 | for this difference may be gathered from what has been said ~ 64 2, 105 | above. As to the man who gathered sticks on the sabbath, he 65 2, 107 | the Old and New Laws ~are gathered from their relative perfection 66 2, 107 | temporal prosperity, as may be gathered from Dt. 28:1-14; ~whereas 67 2, 108 | ministers ~of God; as may be gathered from Mt. 10:9: "Do not possess 68 2, 10 | until ~the harvest," must be gathered from those which precede, " 69 2, 10 | others. Both motives can be gathered ~from the Apostle's words ( 70 2, 17 | D, 26): and this may be gathered from 2 ~Tim. 1:12, "I know 71 2, 22 | friendship a virtue, as may ~be gathered from Ethic. viii, 1; nor 72 2, 46 | purpose; thus an army is gathered ~together to fight, and 73 2, 46 | three, the reply may ~be gathered from what has been said.~ 74 2, 56 | to this question may be gathered from a ~twofold source. 75 2, 65 | I answer that, As may be gathered from what has been said ( 76 2, 74 | objections may easily be gathered.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] A[ 77 2, 74 | Objections may be easily gathered.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] A[ 78 2, 82 | Where there are two or three gathered together ~in My name, there 79 2, 86 | I answer that, As may be gathered from what has been said 80 2, 92 | which ~the philosophers gathered from their study of the 81 2, 93 | two ~reasons. The first is gathered from the principle of divination, 82 2, 93 | invoked. The second reason is gathered from the result. For the 83 2, 101 | acknowledgment of virtue, as may be gathered from ~the Philosopher (Ethic. 84 2, 121 | intellectual virtues, as may be ~gathered from what we have said above ( 85 2, 143 | I answer that, As may be gathered from the words of Dionysius ( 86 2, 153 | considered absolutely, as may be gathered from what we said ~above ( 87 2, 169 | prophet's certitude may be gathered from ~the fact that Abraham 88 2, 169 | I answer that, As may be gathered from what has been said ( 89 2, 170 | coming storm, as may be gathered from their ~movements in 90 2, 171 | since a ~deeper truth is gathered from these pictures in the 91 2, 172 | the intellectual light is gathered from the difference in ~ 92 2, 173 | to this question must be gathered from ~the Apostle's very 93 2, 186 | unbecoming to ~religious, who are gathered together in the unity of 94 2, 186 | there are two or three ~gathered together in My name, there 95 3, 6 | these words nothing may be gathered, except that the ~Word, 96 3, 19 | codices add: Hence may be ~gathered the reply to the third objection.)~ 97 3, 22 | manuscripts, but it may be gathered from the above.--Ed.)~[* 98 3, 28 | where the ~disciples were gathered, the doors being shut, our 99 3, 28 | from which it is not to be gathered that our ~eyes are turned 100 3, 30 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: As may be gathered from the passage quoted 101 3, 36 | system of this world, they gathered that it was the one ~foretold 102 3, 38 | Christ to the crowds ~that gathered around him; which was thus 103 3, 42 | crowd or to His disciples gathered together. ~Hence Augustine 104 3, 43 | scatter" those whom Christ "gathered" together [*Cf. Mt. 12:24- 105 3, 43 | 1:35. But the disciples ~gathered around Him, principally 106 3, 43 | disciples were already gathered around and attached to Him, 107 3, 44 | land of ~Judea, as may be gathered from 3 Kgs. 18:10, where 108 3, 52 | 22): "And they shall be gathered together ~as in the gathering 109 3, 57 | shall the eagles also be ~gathered together," as is written 110 3, 58 | I answer that, As may be gathered from what has been said ( 111 3, 67 | the heavenly orders ~are gathered from their names, as Dionysius 112 3, 70 | the people were already gathered together: because the law 113 3, 70 | body of the faithful to be gathered together by a sensible ~ 114 3, 72 | there are two or three gathered together in My name, there 115 3, 73 | the matter no more can be ~gathered than that the sacrament 116 3, 75 | there shall the eagles be gathered ~together." Yet meanwhile 117 3, 83 | Wherever two or three are gathered together ~in My name, there 118 3, Note| Angelic Doctor, and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary 119 3, Note| Angelic Doctor, and was gathered from St. Thomas's ~commentary 120 Suppl | THEOLOGICA OF ST. THOMAS AQUINAS GATHERED FROM HIS COMMENTARY ON BOOK 121 Suppl, 1 | away ~sin." Yet another is gathered from the words of Gregory ( 122 Suppl, 6 | the ~Old Law, as may be gathered from Is. 43:26: "Tell, if 123 Suppl, 6 | Para. 2/2~From this may be gathered the Reply to the Second 124 Suppl, 7 | Fifth Objection is to be gathered from what has been ~said.~ 125 Suppl, 29| the use of wine, as may be gathered from the ~parable of the 126 Suppl, 29| to the Third Objection is gathered from what has been said.~ 127 Suppl, 30| effect of a sacrament must be gathered from its signification. 128 Suppl, 39| granted to women, as may be gathered from 4 Kgs. 22:14. Therefore 129 Suppl, 67| indissolubility of marriage is ~gathered from this passage (Mt. 19: 130 Suppl, 67| the Third Objection may be gathered from what has been said.~ 131 Suppl, 69| the same conclusion may be gathered from Gregory (Dial. iv), ~ 132 Suppl, 69| 1: Augustine, as may be gathered from what he says afterwards, ~ 133 Suppl, 69| Abraham's bosom, as may be gathered from Augustine ~(Confess. 134 Suppl, 71| equally all those who are gathered together, though the ~candle 135 Suppl, 72| judgment. This can clearly be gathered from the ~fact that the 136 Suppl, 72| 1],4); it can clearly be gathered that this burning, so far 137 Suppl, 72| be made white, or to be gathered together ~in one place, 138 Suppl, 85| judgment; but it may be gathered from Scripture that in all ~ 139 Suppl, 86| same apparently is to be gathered from Ps. 1:5, "The ~wicked 140 Suppl, 92| the Bridegroom, as may be ~gathered from Is. 61:10, "As a bridegroom 141 Suppl, 94| because its heat will be all gathered together ~from all parts, 142 Suppl, 96| the living," as may be gathered from FS, Q[87], A[3], OBJ[ 143 Suppl, 96| eternal punishment, as may be gathered ~from 1 Cor. 13:3. Most


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