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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | truth by natural reason, as ~Paul quotes a saying of Aratus: " 2 1, 12 | we keep in memory. But Paul, seeing ~the essence of 3 1, 12 | original of the image. Thus ~Paul, or any other person who 4 1, 12 | essence, which remained in Paul even when he had ceased 5 1, 12 | teacher of the Jews; and of Paul, the teacher of the Gentiles. 6 1, 68 | Gen. ad lit. xii) expounds Paul's rapture "to the third ~ 7 1, 69 | Gen. ad lit. xii) expounds Paul's rapture "to the third ~ 8 1, 91 | whole human race. Wherefore Paul says that "God made the 9 1, 116 | thus by the preaching of Paul the Gentiles were ~converted, 10 2, 11 | But it is evident that Paul had not placed his last 11 2, 102 | pertain to holy things. For Paul said ~(Acts 17:24): "God 12 2, 103 | stated (Acts 16:3) that Paul circumcised ~Timothy: and ( 13 2, 103 | Timothy: and (Acts 21:26) that Paul, at the advice of James, " 14 2, 103 | should observe them. Hence Paul circumcised Timothy, who 15 2, 103 | thus. On ~the other hand, Paul in like manner made a pretense 16 2, 103 | hold anything to be ~false, Paul says that Peter "was to 17 2, 103 | Peter was at fault: and Paul blamed him in very truth 18 2, 108 | to whom he preaches; as Paul ~did (1 Cor. 9:4, seqq.).~ 19 2, 112 | is ~clear in the case of Paul, who received grace whilst 20 2, 112 | And thus it happened to Paul, ~since, suddenly when he 21 2, 112 | as when it was said to Paul (2 Cor. 12:9): ~"My grace 22 2, 113 | place in the conversion of Paul, which was ~accompanied 23 2, 113 | Hence ~the conversion of Paul is commemorated in the Church 24 2, 1 | says: "We believe ~Peter or Paul, but we speak only of believing ' 25 2, 10 | Christ at first compelled Paul and afterwards taught Him."~ 26 2, 10 | avoid giving scandal. Thus Paul too, after saying that servants ~ 27 2, 23 | life, as in the case of Paul. ~Therefore charity can 28 2, 23 | vii., among the works ~of Paul of Friuli, more commonly 29 2, 23 | more commonly known as Paul the Deacon, a monk of ~Monte 30 2, 28 | opinions. We also read ~that Paul and Barnabas dissented from 31 2, 31 | fraternal ~correction, and so Paul would not have withstood 32 2, 31 | prelate even publicly. Hence ~Paul, who was Peter's subject, 33 2, 35 | written ~(Acts 23:6) that Paul, knowing that the one part 34 2, 35 | arose a dissension" between Paul and Barnabas, "so ~that 35 2, 35 | praiseworthy. In this way Paul was to ~be commended for 36 2, 35 | OBJ 3: The discord between Paul and Barnabas was accidental 37 2, 41 | would have come ~to you, I Paul indeed, once and again; 38 2, 41 | xxviii, xl, lxxxii) and of ~Paul also, Peter sinned and was 39 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Paul appealed to Caesar (Acts 40 2, 81 | frequently not heard; thus Paul was ~not heard when he besought 41 2, 81 | For this reason, too, Paul was not heard ~when he prayed 42 2, 83 | sacrifice to thee, Peter ~or Paul. But we give thanks to God 43 2, 85 | have ~commanded you"; and Paul says (Acts 20:27): "I have 44 2, 87 | may ~not be verified. Thus Paul lied not (2 Cor. 1:15, seqq.) 45 2, 92 | related (Acts 17:16) that when Paul awaited Silas ~and Timothy 46 2, 95 | Faust. xxii, ~36) says that "Paul fled, not through ceasing 47 2, 122 | the Assumption (Epist. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): "I ~should 48 2, 154 | says ~(Div. Nom. iv) that "Paul, through incontinence of 49 2, 172 | s very essence, even as Paul in his rapture did, ~according 50 2, 173 | appetitive ~power? ~(3) Whether Paul when in rapture saw the 51 2, 173 | says (Div. Nom. iv) that "Paul ~being in ecstasy through 52 2, 173 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Paul, when in rapture, saw the 53 2, 173 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Paul, when in rapture, did not 54 2, 173 | For just as we read of Paul that he was rapt to the 55 2, 173 | would seem that neither did Paul see the essence of ~God.~ 56 2, 173 | of God is beatific. But Paul, in his rapture, ~was not 57 2, 173 | not the case. Therefore Paul when in rapture saw not 58 2, 173 | the Divine essence. But Paul when in this ~state had 59 2, 173 | the imaginary vision." Now Paul is stated (2 Cor. ~12:2, 60 2, 173 | instance by Moses, and by Paul who in rapture heard ~unspeakable 61 2, 173 | that, Some have said that Paul, when in rapture, saw "not 62 2, 173 | Such was the rapture of Paul, as also of ~Moses [*Cf. 63 2, 173 | Teacher of the Jews, so was Paul the first "Teacher of the ~ 64 2, 173 | this way that light was in Paul ~when he was in rapture. 65 2, 173 | Since, in his rapture, Paul was beatified not as to 66 2, 173 | crystalline heavens. Moreover Paul is stated to be ~rapt to 67 2, 173 | contemplation of God: and when Paul says that he was rapt ~to 68 2, 173 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Paul, when in rapture, was withdrawn 69 2, 173 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Paul, when in rapture, was not 70 2, 173 | withdrawal take place in Paul.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[175] A[ 71 2, 173 | Therefore there was no need for Paul to be ~withdrawn from his 72 2, 173 | seeing God in His essence, Paul remembered what he ~had 73 2, 173 | Therefore it seems that Paul, while seeing the essence 74 2, 173 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Paul, after seeing God in His 75 2, 173 | Whether, while in this state, Paul's soul was wholly separated 76 2, 173 | that, while in this state, Paul's soul was wholly ~separated 77 2, 173 | Now, ~while in that state, Paul was not absent from the 78 2, 173 | Therefore it would seem that in Paul's ~rapture it was necessary 79 2, 173 | it was not necessary for Paul's soul, when ~in rapture, 80 2, 173 | Reply OBJ 1: In this rapture Paul was absent from the Lord 81 2, 173 | A[6] Thes. Para. 1/1~Did Paul know whether his soul were 82 2, 173 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Paul was not ignorant whether 83 2, 173 | from their body. Therefore Paul too knew ~this.~Aquin.: 84 2, 173 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Paul's vision, while he was in 85 2, 174 | and consequently both Paul and ~the other apostles 86 2, 174 | all kinds of tongues"; and Paul ~says (1 Cor. 14:18): "I 87 2, 176 | God wrought by the hand of Paul . . . miracles" and ~"even 88 2, 178 | present life is that which Paul had in rapture, ~whereby 89 2, 183 | work of supererogation, as Paul ~says in reference to himself ( 90 2, 183 | their own: since we read of Paul (2 Cor. 11:8) that he "received 91 2, 186 | and people said: I am of ~Paul, I of Apollo, I of Cephas," 92 3, 1 | speaking of himself alone, Paul writes to the ~Galatians 93 3, 27 | Assumption (cf. Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.): "Full indeed 94 3, 35 | ruled the world; whence Paul, writing to the ~Romans ( 95 3, 35 | the ~apostles Peter and Paul.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 96 3, 38 | not named after Peter or Paul, but after ~Christ. But 97 3, 38 | written (Acts 19:1-5) that "Paul . . . found ~certain disciples; 98 3, 38 | which we are baptized; for Paul ~says (Acts 19:4): "John 99 3, 40 | scandal to the heathens, Paul says that he gave it ~up": 100 3, 42 | as letters to Peter and Paul, for that they found ~them 101 3, 42 | flesh with His disciples, Paul was no disciple of His."~ 102 3, 45 | of the vision in which Paul saw God in a rapture, as 103 3, 53 | Assumption [*Ep. ix ~ad Paul. et Eustoch.; among the 104 3, 54 | Resurrection, contrary to Paul's ~truthful teaching, then 105 3, 55 | brethren, to ~go into Galilee. Paul makes mention of them when 106 3, 57 | He went up to heaven. to Paul, for instance (Acts 9). 107 3, 57 | some individual, e.g. in Paul's case, as we read ~in Acts 108 3, 58 | likewise to angels: for, Paul declares it to be the prerogative 109 3, 60 | written (1 Cor. ~1:13): "Was Paul crucified for you or were 110 3, 60 | baptized in the name of ~Paul?" But this is true if the 111 3, 64 | according to 1 Cor. 1:13: "Was Paul then crucified for you? 112 3, 64 | baptized in the name of Paul?" Therefore Christ, as man, 113 3, 64 | those who said: "I am of Paul, I am of Apollo, ~and I 114 3, 66 | 1 Cor. 1:12): "I am of Paul ~. . . and I of Cephas." 115 3, 66 | where it ~is stated that Paul rebaptized those who had 116 3, 72 | as eternal life. Hence to Paul was it said (2 Cor. 12:9): " 117 3, 84 | vale of tears." Wherefore Paul says ~(1 Cor. 15:9): "I . . . 118 Suppl, 6 | e.g. Peter, Magdalen and Paul. But the grace that remits 119 Suppl, 22| of God was greater than Paul, according to Mt. ~11:11: " 120 Suppl, 22| are born of women." Now ~Paul excommunicated an angel 121 Suppl, 25| woman (Jn. 8). ~Therefore Paul could do so likewise. Therefore 122 Suppl, 25| Church is not less than Paul's.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[25] 123 Suppl, 69| it cannot be denied that Paul's soul is in heaven likewise." 124 Suppl, 74| the Assumption [*Ep. x ad Paul. et ~Eustoch., now recognized 125 Suppl, 86| place of the traitor Judas, Paul who worked more ~than the 126 Suppl, 93| the Assumption ~[*Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch.]: "I should 127 Suppl, 93| Serm. de Assump. [*Ep. ad Paul. et Eustoch. ix]) speaking 128 Suppl, 95| granted as a great ~favor to Paul to see the life in which 129 Suppl, 95| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Paul looked upon that life wherein


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