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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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chosen

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | reason of this some have chosen to assign to ~intermediate 2 1, 19 | which good and evil are chosen. But God does not will evil, 3 1, 23 | say, the predestined are chosen?~(5) Whether merits are 4 1, 23 | Whether the predestined are chosen by God? [*"Eligantur."]~ 5 1, 23 | the predestined are not chosen by God. For ~Dionysius says ( 6 1, 23 | pre-existing in the object chosen, the choice ~must needs 7 1, 23 | Ap. Serm. 11): "Those are chosen by God, who do ~not exist; 8 1, 23 | mercy of God, that He has chosen ~some for that salvation, 9 1, 24 | among men ~that they who are chosen for any office should be 10 1, 24 | all the predestined are chosen by God to possess eternal 11 1, 24 | inscription of those who are chosen to life; thus we now ~speak 12 1, 24 | names inscribed of ~those chosen for military service; or 13 1, 24 | rejected, ~but those who are chosen. Whence there is no book 14 1, 24 | OBJ 3: Further, some are chosen to the life of grace who 15 1, 24 | life of grace who are not chosen ~to the life of glory; as 16 1, 24 | what is said: "Have not I ~chosen you twelve, and one of you 17 1, 24 | or a knowledge of those chosen to life. Now a man is chosen ~ 18 1, 24 | chosen to life. Now a man is chosen ~for something which does 19 1, 24 | that to ~which a man is chosen has the aspect of an end. 20 1, 24 | end. For a soldier is not ~chosen or inscribed merely to put 21 1, 24 | do not say that anyone is chosen to ~possess the power of 22 1, 24 | Hence nobody is said to be chosen to ~the life of grace, except 23 1, 24 | glory, ~are not said to be chosen simply, but relatively. 24 1, 63 | when something evil is chosen; as man sins by choosing 25 1, 63 | what is evil would never be chosen as good. The adulterer errs ~ 26 1, 63 | on the part of the thing chosen; as if one were to ~pray, 27 1, 76 | to be found; one which is chosen in order that the matter 28 1, 64 | when something evil is chosen; as man sins by choosing 29 1, 64 | what is evil would never be chosen as good. The adulterer errs ~ 30 1, 64 | on the part of the thing chosen; as if one were to ~pray, 31 1, 75 | to be found; one which is chosen in order that the matter 32 1, 111 | than the angels who were chosen as the messengers of the 33 1, 112 | are deputed to keep those chosen by God for the higher ~degree 34 2, 12 | wherefore one ~thing can be chosen in preference to another, 35 2, 13 | towards the good ~which is chosen. Consequently it is evidently 36 2, 13 | ignorance of what ought ~to be chosen.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[13] A[ 37 2, 13 | several things that can be ~chosen. Consequently in those things 38 2, 13 | OBJ 3: Further, men are chosen for certain posts, whether 39 2, 13 | speak of one thing ~being chosen in preference to another, 40 2, 13 | something else cannot be chosen, much less can that be ~ 41 2, 13 | much less can that be ~chosen which appears as less (eligible). 42 2, 13 | hold the first place is chosen of necessity. But every 43 2, 13 | of such goods as to be chosen or to be avoided. The perfect 44 2, 16 | relations: ~one, of the thing chosen, in relation to the end; 45 2, 16 | the other, of the thing ~chosen, in respect of that to which 46 2, 17 | which has to do what was chosen; and then, ~last of all, 47 2, 39 | without sorrow is to be ~chosen rather than the same thing 48 2, 77 | confesses that what he has chosen is an evil, even ~in that 49 2, 85 | and another which is not chosen ~by the agent, and is a 50 2, 85 | human body is the matter chosen by nature in respect of ~ 51 2, 85 | condition of matter, ~and is not chosen by nature: indeed nature 52 2, 102 | instructed by God, had chosen for the purpose of sacrifice. 53 2, 102 | prevision, ~that place were chosen for the worship of God. 54 2, 102 | A[5]), were specially ~chosen for the worship of God, 55 2, 104 | The Jewish people were chosen by God that Christ might 56 2, 105 | and because the rules are chosen by all. For this is the 57 2, 105 | far as ~the rulers can be chosen from the people, and the 58 2, 105 | Moreover, ~seventy-two men were chosen, who were elders in virtue: 59 2, 105 | so far as the rulers were chosen from all the ~people; for 60 2, 105 | in so far as they were ~chosen by the people; wherefore 61 2, 105 | The Lord thy God hath chosen thee to ~be His peculiar 62 2, 105 | as stated above, were chosen from the whole people; wherefore 63 2, 105 | foregather in some chief place chosen by God, ~where there would 64 2, 61 | an ~estate, but not to be chosen for a position of ecclesiastical 65 2, 61 | grace, whereby sinners are chosen by God. In such a giving 66 2, 61 | dilectus.) ~the person to be chosen should be "a member of the 67 2, 62 | First, because they are chosen for the ministry of the 68 2, 67 | to appeal from the judges chosen by common ~consent. Much 69 2, 67 | same time ordinary and ~chosen by the litigants, it is 70 2, 67 | authority occasioned his being chosen as ~arbitrator. Nor is it 71 2, 82 | OBJ 2: A definite place is chosen for adoration, not on account 72 2, 93 | 7, sqq.): Zacharias was ~chosen by lot to offer incense ( 73 2, 93 | 1:8, says: ~"He that is chosen by lot is not bound by the 74 2, 93 | I can see, they must be chosen by lot." Again he ~says ( 75 2, 97 | doubt whether the person chosen by the ~sovereign be worthy 76 2, 97 | 1 Pt. 2:9): "You are a chosen ~generation, a kingly priesthood, 77 2, 150 | Lk. ~10:42), "Mary hath chosen the better part." Of these 78 2, 174 | Christ's first disciples were chosen by Him in order that ~they 79 2, 178 | Lk. 10:42): "Mary hath chosen the best ~part, which shall 80 2, 180 | Lk. 10:42): "Mary hath chosen the best ~part, which shall 81 2, 180 | when He says: "Mary hath chosen ~the best part, which shall 82 2, 180 | thus: "Not - Thou hast ~chosen badly but - She has chosen 83 2, 180 | chosen badly but - She has chosen better. Why better? Listen - 84 2, 182 | that they may easily ~be chosen for something better," namely 85 2, 182 | Basil in that ~they were chosen to be bishops. We may, however, 86 2, 183 | the better man should be chosen for the episcopal office?~( 87 2, 183 | suffer a rich man to be ~chosen for the Church's seat of 88 2, 186 | disciples (Jn. 15:19): "I have chosen you out of the world," ~ 89 2, 186 | prelates others should be chosen for these duties on account 90 2, 186 | this ~such a fast as I have chosen, for a man to afflict his 91 2, 187 | forsake ~the profession he has chosen." And further on he adds ( 92 3, 4 | Blessed is he whom Thou hast chosen and taken to ~Thee," which 93 3, 7 | the state to which God had chosen her, i.e. to be the mother 94 3, 9 | Blessed is He Whom Thou hast chosen and taken to Thee." Therefore 95 3, 27 | Now the Blessed Virgin was chosen by God to be His Mother. ~ 96 3, 27 | purpose for which He ~has chosen him. And since Christ as 97 3, 27 | man was predestinated and chosen to ~be "predestinated the 98 3, 27 | blessed Virgin, who was chosen by God to be His Mother, ~ 99 3, 27 | and ~Jeremias, who were chosen to foreshadow in a special 100 3, 30 | dignity to which she was chosen by God. But as regards the 101 3, 34 | certain of what ought to be chosen: and consequently ~they 102 3, 34 | Blessed is he whom Thou hast ~chosen, end taken to Thee"; which 103 3, 35 | iii, ~cap. ix]: "If He had chosen the great city of Rome, 104 3, 35 | things of the world hath God chosen, that He may confound ~the 105 3, 36 | made known were suitably chosen?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 106 3, 36 | known ~were not suitably chosen. For our Lord (Mt. 10:5) 107 3, 36 | 18): "I know whom I have chosen." ~But what is done by God' 108 3, 36 | made known were suitably chosen.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 109 3, 37 | OBJ 2: Moses seems to have chosen his words in order to exclude ~ 110 3, 40 | consequently such was the life chosen by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 111 3, 40 | that Christ should not have chosen a ~life of poverty.~Aquin.: 112 3, 40 | and such ~was the poverty chosen by Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 113 3, 45 | transfiguration were fittingly chosen?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[45] A[ 114 3, 45 | transfiguration were ~unfittingly chosen. For everyone is a better 115 3, 46 | because Jerusalem was God's chosen place for the offering of 116 3, 58 | the power which this Man, chosen of God, received, that ~ 117 3, 58 | the power which this Man, chosen of God, received, that ~ 118 3, 66 | Baptism, those names are chosen, which are ~generally used, 119 3, 68 | evils the less should be chosen. If, therefore, the child 120 3, 72 | them; so they who are ~chosen for the fight need instructors 121 3, 72 | time of the year ~should be chosen for this sacrament.~Aquin.: 122 3, 82 | Try whether you have chosen a fit minister, to whom ~ 123 3, 83 | employed in this matter, ~are chosen becomingly.~Aquin.: SMT 124 Suppl, 47| greater good is always to be chosen in preference; and therefore 125 Suppl, 57| person is not competent to be chosen to succeed by ~adoption. 126 Suppl, 75| not always the one to be chosen, but ~only when it is more


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