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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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creator

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | class of subjects." But the creator and the creature, both of 2 1, 7 | some clear intention of the Creator; for no ~agent acts aimlessly. 3 1, 9 | ad lit viii, ~20), "The Creator Spirit moves Himself neither 4 1, 9 | Therefore as ~it was in the Creator's power to produce them 5 1, 9 | so likewise it is in the Creator's power when they exist 6 1, 9 | mutable by the power of the Creator, in Whose ~power is their 7 1, 13 | divine substance; and ~"Creator" signifies the action of 8 1, 13 | creatures, as "Lord" and "Creator," are applied to God from ~ 9 1, 13 | these names "Lord" ~and "Creator" are predicated of God from 10 1, 13 | habitudes, as ~"Saviour," "Creator," and suchlike; and these 11 1, 13 | temporally, as "Saviour," ~"Creator," and the like.~Aquin.: 12 1, 14 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: "Lord", "Creator" and the like, import relations 13 1, 14 | may also say that "Lord", "Creator" ~and the like, import the 14 1, 33 | perfect manner, since the Creator and the creature have ~not 15 1, 34 | in ~time; as "Lord" and "Creator." But Word is said of God 16 1, 34 | be God begotten, or the Creator begotten; and in this ~way 17 1, 36 | Holy Ghost are called one Creator, ~because they are the one 18 1, 36 | hold good as to the name "Creator"; ~because the Holy Ghost 19 1, 41 | whereas in creation the Creator is not ~changed, but the 20 1, 41 | creature does not receive the Creator's nature. Thus the ~Son 21 1, 41 | The Son did not ~beget a Creator: not that He could not, 22 1, 45 | relations remain in the Creator and in ~the creature. But 23 1, 45 | sense is attributed to the Creator. But ~creation taken actively 24 1, 45 | actively is not anything in the Creator, because otherwise it would 25 1, 45 | is no medium between the Creator and the creature. ~But creation 26 1, 45 | both: since it is ~not the Creator, as it is not eternal; nor 27 1, 45 | certain relation to the ~Creator as to the principle of its 28 1, 45 | as a medium between the ~Creator and the creature. Nevertheless 29 1, 45 | relation of the creature to the Creator, with a ~certain newness 30 1, 45 | attributed that "He is the Creator of all things visible and ~ 31 1, 45 | from both. Hence to be the Creator is ~attributed to the Father 32 1, 45 | attributed to Him to be the ~Creator. To the Son is appropriated 33 1, 45 | is from the will ~of the Creator. And therefore Augustine 34 1, 46 | 1). But that God is ~the Creator of the world: hence that 35 1, 64 | the things known to the Creator's praise (hence, after ~" 36 1, 64 | referred to the praise of the Creator, as it is in the good angels, ~ 37 1, 68 | fulfils the glory of the Creator." Hence in the same context, 38 1, 74 | is indicated by God the ~Creator, the Person of the Son by 39 1, 75 | active potentiality of the Creator, Who can ~produce something 40 1, 75 | non-existence, but in the Creator the power of ceasing to 41 1, 41 | whereas in creation the Creator is not ~changed, but the 42 1, 41 | creature does not receive the Creator's nature. Thus the ~Son 43 1, 41 | The Son did not ~beget a Creator: not that He could not, 44 1, 46 | relations remain in the Creator and in the creature. But 45 1, 46 | sense is attributed to the Creator. But ~creation taken actively 46 1, 46 | actively is not anything in the Creator, because otherwise ~it would 47 1, 46 | is no medium between the Creator and the creature. ~But creation 48 1, 46 | both: since it is ~not the Creator, as it is not eternal; nor 49 1, 46 | certain relation to the ~Creator as to the principle of its 50 1, 46 | as a medium between the ~Creator and the creature. Nevertheless 51 1, 46 | relation of the creature to the Creator, with a ~certain newness 52 1, 46 | attributed that "He is the Creator of all things visible and ~ 53 1, 46 | from both. Hence to be the Creator is ~attributed to the Father 54 1, 46 | attributed to Him to be the ~Creator. To the Son is appropriated 55 1, 46 | is from the will ~of the Creator. And therefore Augustine 56 1, 47 | 1). But that God is ~the Creator of the world: hence that 57 1, 65 | the things known to the Creator's praise (hence, after ~" 58 1, 65 | referred to the praise of the Creator, as it is in the good angels, ~ 59 1, 69 | fulfils the glory of the Creator." Hence in the same context, 60 1, 73 | is indicated by God the ~Creator, the Person of the Son by 61 1, 74 | active potentiality of the Creator, Who can ~produce something 62 1, 74 | non-existence, but in the Creator the power of ceasing to 63 1, 78 | Himself, Who is the soul's Creator, and only beatitude; ~as 64 1, 90 | The power of the Divine Creator was manifested in man's ~ 65 1, 91 | active potentiality of the Creator.~ 66 1, 97 | nature, Who alone is the Creator of ~the human soul. Wherefore, 67 1, 104 | imply lack of power in the ~Creator: for it is due to the power 68 1, 104 | says: "God the ~Maker and Creator of each nature, does nothing 69 1, 105 | light of nature by the ~Creator; in the light of grace by 70 1, 116 | substances at will, but the Creator alone. Therefore ~it is 71 2, 4 | truth, and ~charity of the Creator. But if they can be said 72 2, 93 | by His wisdom, is ~the Creator of all things in relation 73 2, 93 | the laws of the most high Creator and Governor, for by Him 74 2, 102 | sacrifice was offered to the Creator of the four elements. ~And 75 2, 102 | to be the minister of the Creator of the ~world, wherefore 76 2, 5 | original state man knew his Creator, not by the mere ~outward 77 2, 10 | without ~insult to their Creator, then the other partner 78 2, 12 | affront or insult against the ~Creator. Now this pertains to ill-will 79 2, 62 | most just ordinance of the Creator, both ~their life and their 80 2, 83 | faith God alone is the ~creator of our souls, as stated 81 2, 92 | creature rather than the ~Creator." Therefore this species 82 2, 92 | creature rather than the Creator."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 83 2, 94 | honor to none but God ~the Creator of all."~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 95 | honor that belongs to the ~Creator."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[97] A[ 85 2, 119 | To pay worship to God as Creator, as religion does, is more ~ 86 2, 119 | to pay worship to God as Creator and Lord. Wherefore ~religion 87 2, 131 | obey the command of his Creator."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[133] 88 2, 145 | reason may be added. For ~the Creator is the "Trinity," Father, 89 2, 150 | observed in honor of the Creator of both soul and flesh."~ 90 2, 150 | observed in honor of the Creator of both soul and flesh." 91 2, 178 | desire nothing beside our Creator." Now desire and ~love pertain 92 2, 178 | to see the ~face of its Creator."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[180] 93 2, 178 | gaze on the face of its Creator." ~Now no one can accomplish 94 2, 178 | the soul that sees its Creator: wherefore when the man 95 2, 178 | little he may see of the ~Creator's light, all created things 96 2, 182 | fast to the ~love of his Creator, exclaimed against being 97 2, 183 | fast to the love of his Creator by contemplation exclaimed 98 3, 1 | whatsoever differs ~from the Creator has been established by 99 3, 2 | But man is said to be the Creator on account of the ~union. 100 3, 2 | nothing created, but the ~Creator.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[7] 101 3, 2 | Reply OBJ 3: A man is called Creator and is God because of the 102 3, 2 | the union itself is the Creator or God, because that a thing ~ 103 3, 10 | that the Son of Man is the Creator.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[10] A[ 104 3, 12 | strengthened Him. For the Creator did ~not need help from 105 3, 13 | we read: "When He, the Creator and ~Redeemer of all, wished 106 3, 16 | the Divine Nature to be Creator. ~Hence both may be said 107 3, 16 | that he ~is uncreated and Creator.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 108 3, 16 | Whatever is, is either Creator or creature. But this is ~ 109 3, 16 | false: "Christ as Man is Creator." Therefore this is true: " 110 3, 20 | creature serving Thee the Creator." And in this way the Son 111 3, 23 | relation to God, Who is the Creator of all. ~Therefore it seems 112 3, 25 | latria,' which is due to the Creator alone." Now the flesh is 113 3, 31 | the nature of ~God, the Creator of soul and body! . . . 114 3, 31 | Haereses v): "God saith, the Creator of man: What is it ~that 115 3, 32 | power and might of the ~Creator." Therefore we should not 116 3, 36 | appointed to them by the Creator; but this star was a stranger 117 3, 40 | lxxxiii, qu. 81): "To know the Creator and the creature is the 118 3, 40 | teaching of wisdom. The Creator is the Trinity, the Father, 119 3, 44 | grafted," etc.): "God, the ~Creator and Author of all natures, 120 3, 44 | the ~worker." Nor does the Creator "inflict" any hurt on the 121 3, 52 | Moral. xiii): "Since our Creator and ~Redeemer, penetrating 122 3, 69 | ineffable miracle of the Creator, ~so that the law of sin, 123 3, 75 | the active power of the Creator.~ 124 3, 82 | accomplished, but by the Creator's word, and by the power 125 Suppl, 6 | a thing derives from its Creator is natural to it, ~although, 126 Suppl, 55| other extreme; as in the Creator and the creature, the ~sensible 127 Suppl, 59| him without insult to the Creator?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 128 Suppl, 59| him without ~insult to the Creator. For the husband is more 129 Suppl, 59| cohabit without insult to the ~Creator, the marriage tie is not 130 Suppl, 59| cohabit ~without insult to the Creator does not dissolve the marriage 131 Suppl, 59| cohabit without insult to the Creator. If therefore it were ~unlawful 132 Suppl, 59| cohabit without insult to the Creator - that is ~without drawing 133 Suppl, 59| cohabit without insult to the Creator, by making use ~of blasphemous 134 Suppl, 59| cohabit without insult ~to the Creator frees the husband from the 135 Suppl, 59| creature rather than the Creator; but not on account of likeness 136 Suppl, 72| however little it sees of the ~Creator's light, every created thing 137 Suppl, 72| able to minister to its Creator ~to this effect; and for 138 Suppl, 79| forth the wisdom of their ~Creator. But this is seemingly untrue, 139 Suppl, 83| the work of their perfect Creator, Who will restore that same ~ 140 Suppl, 87| thus is He the Lord and ~Creator of all. Therefore He will 141 Suppl, 88| and ~of the creature, the Creator of them may be seen, so 142 Suppl, 89| the soul ~which sees its Creator all creatures are small."


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