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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incarnate

    Part, Question
1 1, 32 | race, accomplished by the Incarnate ~Son, and by the gift of 2 2, 98 | Testament should be given by the incarnate God immediately; but that ~ 3 2, 103| flowing from Christ already incarnate and crucified, ~such as 4 2, 103| united by faith to Christ incarnate and crucified; so ~that 5 2, 108| the grace flows from the incarnate Word should be given to 6 2, 79 | images leading us to God ~incarnate. Now movement to an image 7 3 | our ~Saviour - i.e. God incarnate.~ 8 3, 1 | mode of union of the Word ~Incarnate; thirdly, what follows this 9 3, 1 | fitting for God to become incarnate?~(2) Whether it was necessary 10 3, 1 | sin God would have become incarnate?~(4) Whether He became incarnate 11 3, 1 | incarnate?~(4) Whether He became incarnate to take away original sin 12 3, 1 | fitting for God to become incarnate from the ~beginning of the 13 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[1] 14 3, 1 | fitting for God to become ~incarnate. Since God from all eternity 15 3, 1 | fitting for God to become ~incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[1] 16 3, 1 | than for God to ~become incarnate . . ."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 17 3, 1 | that God should become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[1] 18 3, 1 | arises from ~God becoming incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[2] 19 3, 1 | Word of God should become incarnate?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[2] 20 3, 1 | Word of God should become incarnate. For since the ~Word of 21 3, 1 | flesh. Therefore, if the ~incarnate Word of God restored human 22 3, 1 | Word of God should ~become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[2] 23 3, 1 | salvation that God should become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[2] 24 3, 1 | necessary that God should become incarnate for the ~restoration of 25 3, 1 | necessary that God should become incarnate for the restoration of human ~ 26 3, 1 | sinned, God would have become incarnate?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 27 3, 1 | would still have ~become incarnate. For the cause remaining, 28 3, 1 | God ~would have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 29 3, 1 | sinned, God would have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 30 3, 1 | God would ~have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 31 3, 1 | Son of God should ~become incarnate, in order to fulfil God' 32 3, 1 | God ~would have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 33 3, 1 | of Man would have ~become incarnate. Others assert the contrary, 34 3, 1 | existed, God could have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 35 3, 1 | 1/1~Whether God became incarnate in order to take away actual 36 3, 1 | would seem that God became incarnate as a remedy for actual ~ 37 3, 1 | salvation, for which God became incarnate. ~But actual sin is more 38 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate in the beginning ~of the 39 3, 1 | that God should become ~incarnate in the beginning of the 40 3, 1 | been saved had God ~become incarnate at the beginning of the 41 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate at the ~beginning of the 42 3, 1 | Christ ~ought to have become incarnate at the beginning of the 43 3, 1 | wisdom. Therefore God became incarnate at the most fitting time; 44 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate at the beginning of ~the 45 3, 1 | fitting for God to become incarnate at the beginning of ~the 46 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate immediately after ~sin. 47 3, 1 | account of the dignity of the incarnate Word, for on the ~words ( 48 3, 1 | fitting that God should become incarnate at ~the beginning of the 49 3, 1 | human ~race. And the Word incarnate is the efficient cause of 50 3, 1 | finally raised by the Word Incarnate will be at the ~end of the 51 3, 2 | MODE OF UNION OF THE WORD INCARNATE (TWELVE ARTICLES)~Now we 52 3, 2 | the mode of union of the Incarnate Word; and, ~first, the union 53 3, 2 | Whether the union of the Word Incarnate took place in the nature?~( 54 3, 2 | Whether the Union of the Incarnate Word took place in the nature?~ 55 3, 2 | that the Union of the Word Incarnate took place in ~the nature. 56 3, 2 | not two natures, but one ~incarnate nature of the Word of God"; 57 3, 2 | Therefore the union of the Word Incarnate ~took place in the nature.~ 58 3, 2 | that ~the Divine nature "is incarnate"; and Gregory Nazianzen 59 3, 2 | impossible that the union of ~the Incarnate Word took place in the nature. 60 3, 2 | of the Word of God to be incarnate does not receive it as the ~ 61 3, 2 | Divine ~Nature is said to be incarnate because It is united to 62 3, 2 | Whether the union of the Incarnate Word took place in the Person?~ 63 3, 2 | seem that the union of the Incarnate Word did not take ~place 64 3, 2 | Whether the union of the Word Incarnate took place in the suppositum 65 3, 2 | that the union of the Word Incarnate did not take ~place in the 66 3, 2 | Therefore the union of the Word Incarnate did not take place ~in the 67 3, 3 | Nature is also said to be incarnate, not that it is ~changed 68 3, 3 | that the Nature of God is incarnate."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[ 69 3, 3 | Person of the Son became incarnate, so ~also did the Nature; 70 3, 3 | whole Divine Nature became incarnate in one ~of Its hypostases," 71 3, 3 | The Nature is said to be incarnate, and to assume by reason ~ 72 3, 3 | Nature is" said to be "incarnate"; not that It is incarnate 73 3, 3 | incarnate"; not that It is incarnate in all the ~Persons, but 74 3, 3 | Divine Nature of the Person incarnate, as Damascene explains there.~ 75 3, 3 | the Son could have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[5] 76 3, 3 | nativity, inasmuch as He became incarnate. But it does not ~belong 77 3, 3 | the ~Father cannot become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[5] 78 3, 3 | Son was able to become incarnate. Therefore the Father and 79 3, 3 | Ghost ~were able to become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[5] 80 3, 3 | had the ~Father become incarnate, we should have received 81 3, 3 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Incarnate Person subsists in two natures. 82 3, 3 | that the Divine ~Person incarnate was one man, seeing that 83 3, 3 | Son of God ~should become incarnate than the Father or the Holy 84 3, 3 | the Son ~of God becoming incarnate many have been kept back 85 3, 3 | of the Father ~had become incarnate, for no one would have taken 86 3, 3 | Son, should have become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[8] 87 3, 3 | than to ~the Son to become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[8] 88 3, 3 | Person of the Son to ~become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[8] 89 3, 3 | of ~the Son should become incarnate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[8] 90 3, 3 | of the Son should ~become incarnate. First, on the part of the 91 3, 3 | of the Father had ~become incarnate, men would have been capable 92 3, 3 | that the Son should become incarnate, Whose gift the Holy Ghost 93 3, 4 | iii, 11): "God the Word ~Incarnate did not assume a nature 94 3, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The incarnate Son of God is the common 95 3, 4 | community of cause, whereby the ~incarnate Son of God is the universal 96 3, 4 | derogatory to the dignity of the incarnate ~Son of God, as He is the 97 3, 4 | one Divine suppositum is incarnate, so He should ~assume one 98 3, 6 | that it afterwards became ~incarnate in the womb of the Virgin; 99 3, 6 | De Trin. xv, 11) that the incarnate Word ~is like our spoken 100 3, 16 | the Nature of the Word was incarnate." Therefore it would ~seem 101 3, 16 | Divine Nature is said to be ~incarnate and the human nature deified, 102 3, 19 | God. ~Yet one, i.e. the Incarnate Word, wrought one and the 103 3, 24 | the Son of God were not incarnate, our salvation ~might yet 104 3, 24 | Christ were not to have been incarnate, God would have ~decreed 105 3, 25 | the foot-stool." But the incarnate Word is ~adored with the 106 3, 25 | nothing else than to adore the incarnate Word of God: just as ~to 107 3, 27 | consider what things the ~Incarnate Son of God did or suffered 108 3, 27 | presence of the Son of God Incarnate in her womb. The third ~ 109 3, 34 | made," so from ~the Word incarnate all men who are made holy 110 3, 35 | God" stands only for the incarnate Person of ~the Son.~Aquin.: 111 3, 37 | Law was fulfilled in God incarnate alone in a special ~manner 112 3, 39 | Holy Ghost did not become incarnate. ~Therefore it is unbecoming 113 3, 45 | manifest, because the Son Incarnate was there, the Holy Ghost 114 3, 57 | who was ~one day to become incarnate. Still it can be said that 115 3, 60 | concern the mystery of the incarnate ~Word, we must consider 116 3, 60 | efficacy from the Word incarnate Himself. First we shall 117 3, 60 | sanctification, which is the Word incarnate: to Whom the ~sacraments


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