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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Trin. iv, 6,7): "God is truly and ~absolutely simple."~ 2 1, 8 | and will things are more truly in God than God in things. 3 1, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: What is truly eternal, is not only being, 4 1, 10 | I answer that, Eternity truly and properly so called is 5 1, 12 | it really is, does ~not truly understand it, but not if 6 1, 13 | and the like are more truly withheld from God than given ~ 7 1, 13 | it is predicated, whether truly or falsely, is predicated ~ 8 1, 13 | same thing which is man is truly animal; for in the ~same " 9 1, 14 | to us, then ~God is more truly finite than infinite; which 10 1, 17 | apprehend sensible things truly, as ~said above (Q[16], 11 1, 18 | that ~things exist more truly in God than themselves. 12 1, 18 | things would exist more truly in the divine ~mind, by 13 1, 18 | in the divine mind more truly than in themselves, ~because 14 1, 18 | example, has this being more truly in its own nature than in 15 1, 18 | is called a ~house more truly than the one which exists 16 1, 21 | must needs see that God is truly just, in seeing how He gives 17 1, 30 | Trin. i), that "this is truly ~one which has no number." 18 1, 38 | so as freely to ~know God truly and to love God rightly. 19 1, 39 | the person, so that we can truly say "God begot God." For, 20 1, 39 | a ~subject, others more truly have said that this word " 21 1, 39 | He as Son has in Himself truly and perfectly the nature 22 1, 41 | and nativity really and truly exist in God. ~Now, this 23 1, 41 | could not be properly and truly called the Son, whereas 24 1, 63 | can desire only what it truly good. ~But no one sins by 25 1, 63 | sins by desiring what is truly good. Consequently the angel ~ 26 1, 66 | is place. Place, then, as truly as time, must be reckoned 27 1, 38 | so as freely to ~know God truly and to love God rightly. 28 1, 39 | the person, so that we can truly say "God begot God." For, 29 1, 39 | a ~subject, others more truly have said that this word " 30 1, 39 | He as Son has in Himself truly and perfectly the nature 31 1, 41 | and nativity really and truly exist in God. ~Now, this 32 1, 41 | could not be properly and truly called the Son, whereas 33 1, 64 | can desire only what it truly good. ~But no one sins by 34 1, 64 | sins by desiring what is truly good. Consequently the angel ~ 35 1, 67 | is place. Place, then, as truly as time, must be reckoned 36 1, 83 | be ~known completely and truly, except in as much as it 37 1, 84 | is sweet, he would judge truly; and if anyone with a ~corrupt 38 1, 84 | composition be ~true, for "man" is truly what "animal" is. Therefore 39 1, 89 | substances are properly and truly called beings; whereas an 40 1, 114 | cause, ~because it is not truly a being, since it is not 41 1, 114 | a being, since it is not truly one. For (that a ~thing 42 1, 114 | cause, because ~it is not truly a being, nor truly one. 43 1, 114 | is not truly a being, nor truly one. Now it is manifest 44 1, 115 | changeable, and God alone is truly unchangeable, as stated 45 1, 118 | seminal power a certain matter truly assumes the form of human ~ 46 2, 5 | Consequently he will no longer be ~truly happy, if evil be in him.~ 47 2, 19 | always directed to what is truly good, but ~sometimes to 48 2, 24 | they tend to that which is truly good, and in like manner, 49 2, 24 | away from that which is truly evil. On the other hand, 50 2, 29 | as good, when it is not ~truly good; so a thing may be 51 2, 29 | evil, whereas it is not ~truly evil. Hence it happens sometimes 52 2, 39 | either for something that is ~truly evil, or for something that 53 2, 39 | sorrow for that which is truly evil cannot be the ~greatest 54 2, 39 | separated from that ~which is truly good. Hence it is impossible 55 2, 40 | would help one to judge truly ~a thing to be impossible. 56 2, 65 | the ~character of virtue, truly and perfectly; and cannot 57 2, 74 | what seems good but is not truly good, points to a defect ~ 58 2, 80 | said ~neither rightly nor truly, if the devil were able 59 2, 114 | gloss says: "He might have truly said: 'The wages of justice, 60 2, 2 | determines; hence they do ~not truly imply believe in a God, 61 2, 11 | in those things which truly belong to His doctrine.~ 62 2, 12 | apostate, yet it applies most truly to an apostate from the ~ 63 2, 17 | damned, it would not be truly penal ~unless it went against 64 2, 22 | good may be twofold: one is truly good, because, considered 65 2, 22 | good apparently and not truly, because it leads us ~away 66 2, 24 | This is not to love oneself truly according to one's rational 67 2, 24 | and this is to love him truly, out of charity, for God' 68 2, 24 | the good know themselves truly, and therefore ~truly love 69 2, 24 | themselves truly, and therefore ~truly love themselves.~Aquin.: 70 2, 28 | appetite is directed to what is truly good, since every ~evil, 71 2, 30 | Lord would not have spoken ~truly when He said (Mt. 10:28): " 72 2, 42 | does not love his neighbor truly, but loves himself.~Aquin.: 73 2, 43 | in the ~sense that it is truly good and simply perfect, 74 2, 43 | to those things which are truly good, we find a ~highest 75 2, 43 | which, man is said to be truly wise, so too in evil things ~ 76 2, 58 | who judges, if he judge truly, and of his evil ~if he 77 2, 81 | Monach. i): "If you are so truly weakened ~by sin that you 78 2, 96 | he knows that he swears truly, or he knows that he swears ~ 79 2, 96 | If he knows him to swear truly, it is useless for him to 80 2, 96 | he will swear falsely or truly, because ~seemingly it is 81 2, 96 | that the other will swear ~truly or falsely, for at times 82 2, 96 | believes ~he will swear truly. In such a case he exacts 83 2, 96 | the oath of one who swears truly by false gods, as ~Augustine 84 2, 108 | said (Gn. 20:12): "She is truly my ~sister, the daughter 85 2, 111 | righteousness, which is truly a sin, but also if ~he fall 86 2, 121 | wish to judge the matter truly, there are many ~things 87 2, 127 | But for things that are truly great, a ~magnanimous man 88 2, 129 | the sake of honor are not truly brave.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 89 2, 130 | earthly goods. Yet he is not truly virtuous who does virtuous 90 2, 131 | none but ~the virtuous are truly worthy of honor." Therefore 91 2, 134 | good, and this is to be truly patient. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 92 2, 134 | misdeed. Now this is to be truly patient. ~Therefore it seems 93 2, 134 | soul, and this is to be truly patient.~Aquin.: SMT SS 94 2, 143 | honesty can be simply and truly useful, since it follows 95 2, 149 | true virtue unless one be truly just; nor is it ~possible 96 2, 151 | provided this end be ~something truly good. Now just as the preservation 97 2, 153 | reason. ~Hence he alone is truly said to be continent who 98 2, 153 | Wherefore he is properly and ~truly continent who holds to right 99 2, 161 | the demon to have spoken ~truly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 100 2, 173 | OBJ 2: Further, Christ was truly a wayfarer, and also enjoyed 101 2, 173 | carnal senses, so that he truly ~knows not as the Apostle 102 2, 184 | Ethic. iv, 3), strictly and truly ~speaking honor is not due 103 3, 2 | an instrument, but as God truly humanized," i.e. made ~man. 104 3, 2 | spoken of; and hence we can truly say that the Son ~of God, 105 3, 2 | conception this ~man was truly the Son of God, seeing that 106 3, 2 | Divine Nature, which is truly the nature ~of Christ, and 107 3, 5 | Christ - just as all that truly exist in human nature are 108 3, 5 | body, He would not ~have truly hungered or thirsted, nor 109 3, 5 | proper form, ~it is not truly human flesh if it is not 110 3, 15 | in Christ. For that is ~truly in Christ which belongs 111 3, 15 | Therefore ignorance was truly in Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 112 3, 16 | suppositum of any nature we may truly ~and properly predicate 113 3, 16 | man" may properly and truly be predicated of Socrates 114 3, 16 | nature this word man may be truly and properly ~predicated 115 3, 16 | manifest that the word "God" is truly and properly predicated ~ 116 3, 16 | denominatively ~from lord, it cannot truly and properly be said that 117 3, 16 | first time. Now to be man is truly predicated ~of God, as stated 118 3, 16 | had not a true body, nor truly ~suffered, but we must say, 119 3, 17 | in the ~abstract, cannot truly be predicated of the suppositum 120 3, 17 | suppositum. For we cannot truly say that "Christ is human 121 3, 18 | shows that His will was truly subject to His Father,' 122 3, 19 | taken flesh integrally and truly, and having operated and ~ 123 3, 19 | things. And he adds: "He is ~truly the unchangeable God, and 124 3, 24 | the same time He may be truly and correctly called the 125 3, 26 | And therefore He is most truly called Mediator, as man.~ 126 3, 28 | it would not have been truly a human body; ~which cannot 127 3, 28 | doors were no ~obstacle. For truly He had power to enter in 128 3, 29 | true marriage, ~Joseph was truly her husband. Therefore there 129 3, 34 | tied . . . But He alone is truly ~born holy who . . . was 130 3, 35 | Therefore the Blessed ~Virgin is truly Christ's Mother.~Aquin.: 131 3, 35 | not that the ~Emmanuel is truly God, and that for this reason 132 3, 35 | follows ~that it can be truly said that God was conceived 133 3, 35 | Therefore the Blessed Virgin is truly called the ~Mother of God. 134 3, 35 | God blessed for ever," is truly born of the Blessed Virgin 135 3, 35 | Jerusalem." But Christ is truly the Word of God. ~Therefore 136 3, 43 | Christ worketh in ~him, truly, but not without him. Yes, 137 3, 48 | happiness wherein we can be truly ~blessed." But, as is added 138 3, 50 | Further, the Son of God is truly styled a man because of 139 3, 50 | the Son of God could be truly called a soul. ~But this 140 3, 50 | of faith that Christ was truly dead: ~hence it is an error 141 3, 50 | living and dead. For Christ truly died just as other men do. 142 3, 50 | consubstantial with us, ~nor truly dead, nor would we have 143 3, 54 | wherein was the Godhead; for truly He could enter ~in by doors 144 3, 54 | after the Resurrection was truly ~made up of elements, and 145 3, 54 | that "some things are ~truly said of Christ after the 146 3, 55 | signs He showed that He was truly risen. Hence where our version ~ 147 3, 55 | them, just as if they were truly men, as ~is evident from 148 3, 55 | Christ asserted that He was truly a man. Moreover, the ~manner 149 3, 55 | since Christ's body was truly ~animated, His eating was 150 3, 59 | judge; He shall condemn the truly wicked, who Himself was 151 3, 66 | Consequently Baptism was truly instituted then, if we consider 152 3, 69 | those who are baptized and truly repent, should not be subject 153 3, 74 | that Christ's body ~was truly composed of the four elements; 154 3, 75 | by our faith His flesh is truly food, and His ~blood is 155 3, 75 | food, and His ~blood is truly drink." And Ambrose says ( 156 3, 75 | discerned by the senses are truly present. But the intellect, ~ 157 3, 75 | Therefore, it is not said truly that Christ's body is made 158 3, 75 | denotes order; for we can truly and properly say that "being 159 3, 76 | Word in dignity, but the truly ~life-giving flesh of the 160 3, 76 | other hand, His soul was truly separated from His body, 161 3, 76 | Whether Christ's body is truly there when flesh or a child 162 3, 76 | that Christ's body is not truly there when flesh or a ~child 163 3, 76 | Therefore Christ's body is not ~truly there.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 164 3, 76 | done if Christ were ~not truly there, to Whom we show reverence 165 3, 76 | showing that Christ's body is truly under this ~sacrament; just 166 3, 76 | Christ's body and blood are truly in this ~sacrament. And 167 3, 76 | 2]), the body of Christ truly remains in this sacrament.~ 168 3, 77 | blood of Christ which are truly there, because these are ~ 169 3, 77 | after consecration, ~and are truly handled and broken by the 170 3, 77 | which the body of Christ truly ~is.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 171 3, 77 | the consecrated wine is truly Christ's ~blood. Therefore 172 3, 80 | body of Christ, ~Who i's truly the food of angels." But 173 3, 80 | for certain whether he is truly contrite. It suffices, ~ 174 3, 80 | not believe Christ to be truly in ~this sacrament; because, 175 3, 80 | As Gregory says: "He is truly humble, who is not obstinate ~ 176 3, 84 | Christ: for ~if they were truly penitent, they would not 177 3, 84 | If, therefore, a man is ~truly penitent, he will not sin 178 3, 84 | contrary act: ~for even as he truly ran who afterwards sits, 179 3, 84 | who afterwards sits, so he truly repented who ~subsequently 180 3, 86 | Reply OBJ 1: Esau did not truly repent. This is evident 181 3, 86 | neither did Antiochus repent truly; ~since he grieved for his 182 3, 86 | Consequently a man cannot be truly penitent, if he repent of ~ 183 Suppl, 6 | since a ~just man, who is truly humble, deems himself worse 184 Suppl, 45| able to know that he is truly ~married to the other; and 185 Suppl, 59| Wherefore an unbeliever is not truly ~married save to her whom 186 Suppl, 71| themselves to be ~spurned which truly we wear in more familiar 187 Suppl, 71| fide dormierunt) who says: "Truly God, forasmuch as ~He is 188 Suppl, 74| fitting that they ~should truly rise again. Nor was their 189 Suppl, 75| the human body that do not truly ~belong to human nature. 190 Suppl, 75| bodies of all may be able truly to ~rise again, so will 191 Suppl, 93| and in that case they were truly ~martyrs in both act and 192 Suppl, 93| the Holy Innocents were truly ~martyrs.]~Aquin.: SMT XP 193 Suppl, 93| Reply OBJ 1: Christ was most truly virgin, martyr, and doctor;


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