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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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revealed

    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | there should be ~a knowledge revealed by God besides philosophical 2 1, 1 | nevertheless, once they are ~revealed by God, they must be accepted 3 1, 1 | established on principles revealed by ~God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 1 | formality of being ~divinely revealed, whatever has been divinely 5 1, 1 | whatever has been divinely revealed possesses the one ~precise 6 1, 1 | known to Himself alone and revealed to others. Hence ~sacred 7 1, 12 | Apostle says that "God hath revealed to us His ~spirit," what " 8 1, 23 | God confers upon men are revealed by the ~Holy Ghost to holy 9 1, 23 | their predestination were ~revealed to some, it is not fitting 10 1, 23 | fitting that it should be revealed to ~everyone; because, if 11 1, 57 | 10): "But to us God hath ~revealed them through His Spirit"; 12 1, 57 | and in this way it was revealed to ~all from the commencement 13 1, 57 | mysteries ~of grace, was revealed in a more excellent way 14 1, 57 | angels. And ~although God revealed in general to the prophets 15 1, 57 | sons ~of men, as it is now revealed to His holy apostles." Among 16 1, 58 | regard to things divinely revealed to them, there is ~nothing 17 1, 64 | secrets only so much is revealed ~to them as is necessary; 18 1, 64 | whom many more things are revealed, and more fully, in the 19 1, 58 | 10): "But to us God hath ~revealed them through His Spirit"; 20 1, 58 | and in this way it was revealed to ~all from the commencement 21 1, 58 | mysteries ~of grace, was revealed in a more excellent way 22 1, 58 | angels. And ~although God revealed in general to the prophets 23 1, 58 | sons ~of men, as it is now revealed to His holy apostles." Among 24 1, 59 | regard to things divinely revealed to them, there is ~nothing 25 1, 65 | secrets only so much is revealed ~to them as is necessary; 26 1, 65 | whom many more things are revealed, and more fully, in the 27 1, 105 | things are always being ~revealed by God to the highest angels, 28 1, 110 | truths to men, but God also revealed them by His ~work," that 29 1, 110 | whom Divine things are revealed to men. Hence the angels 30 2, 2 | glory to come, that shall be revealed in us." ~Therefore happiness 31 2, 98 | that faith which was ~to be revealed." Now it is evident that 32 2, 101 | Law ~this way is already revealed: and therefore it needs 33 2, 101 | come, which is ~not yet revealed, alone needs to be foreshadowed. 34 2, 101 | things of God are not to be revealed to man except in ~proportion 35 2, 101 | Divine mysteries should be revealed to uncultured people under 36 2, 102 | though they were ~not fully revealed to them, as they were subsequently 37 2, 106 | wherein all truth will ~be revealed by the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 38 2, 112 | 10): "But ~to us God hath revealed them by His Spirit."~Aquin.: 39 2, 113 | we see ~that things are revealed to men in sleep, according 40 2, 114 | to come, that ~shall be revealed in us." But of all meritorious 41 2, 1 | anything, except because it is revealed by ~God. Hence the mean 42 2, 1 | not ~known, as it is now revealed to His holy apostles and 43 2, 2 | 3/3~After grace had been revealed, both learned and simple 44 2, 2 | known to them when Christ revealed them to ~them.~Aquin.: SMT 45 2, 2 | when once grace had been revealed, all were ~bound to explicit 46 2, 6 | some, indeed, they are revealed by God immediately, as those 47 2, 6 | those things which ~were revealed to the apostles and prophets, 48 2, 8 | with regard to the things revealed to the ~prophet: but it 49 2, 11 | what the Holy Ghost has revealed. Hence it ~is written (Ezech. 50 2, 12 | chiefly his mind stands revealed; ~secondly, in his eyes; 51 2, 13 | brethren to whom the truth is revealed, or ~ungrateful to God, 52 2, 13 | before ~His Godhead was revealed, could have some excuse, 53 2, 66 | person; but not if they be revealed for the good of the ~community, 54 2, 98 | glory to come, that shall be revealed in us" (Rm. 8:18), and because ~ 55 2, 159 | sons of men as it is now revealed to His holy apostles." In 56 2, 160 | their own eyes, "and hast revealed them to little ones," i.e. ~ 57 2, 166 | 16; viii. 63) that is was revealed to ~the Blessed Paphnutius 58 2, 169 | above human ken which are revealed by God cannot be ~confirmed 59 2, 169 | by ~demonstration may be revealed to another prophetically.~ 60 2, 169 | the ~Trinity, which was revealed by the Seraphim saying: " 61 2, 169 | prophets." Now whatever is revealed prophetically is something 62 2, 169 | one of them but what is revealed to the ~prophet.~Aquin.: 63 2, 169 | matters of prophecy were ~revealed prophetically, since "the 64 2, 169 | matters of prophecy are revealed ~to the prophet.~Aquin.: 65 2, 169 | for certain that they are revealed to him by ~God; wherefore 66 2, 170 | Further, secrets are not revealed save to a friend, according 67 2, 170 | Divine secrets are not always revealed to prophets.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 170 | men to whom ~something is revealed by the demons are styled 69 2, 171 | accord with the truth to be revealed, and then ~previous experience 70 2, 171 | know that it is divinely revealed to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 71 2, 172 | supernatural truth has to be revealed by ~means of corporeal images, 72 2, 172 | bare intelligible truth is revealed is greater than all.~Aquin.: 73 2, 172 | provided the same truth be revealed in either case. ~If, however, 74 2, 172 | a supernatural truth is revealed through an ~imaginary vision, 75 2, 172 | a ~supernatural truth is revealed without imaginary vision, 76 2, 172 | those to whom that which is revealed to the prophet is ~announced; 77 2, 172 | the issue of the war as revealed to him by God, this pertains 78 2, 172 | and in writing the things ~revealed to them. Now it is written ( 79 2, 172 | sons of men, as it is now revealed to His ~holy apostles and 80 2, 172 | mystery of the ~Trinity was revealed by the Son of God Himself, 81 3, 1 | mystery of the Incarnation was revealed to the first ~man, as is 82 3, 1 | to us only through being revealed in the Sacred ~Scripture, 83 3, 1 | prevents an effect from being revealed to one to ~whom the cause 84 3, 1 | to ~whom the cause is not revealed. Hence, the mystery of the 85 3, 1 | the Incarnation ~could be revealed to the first man without 86 3, 7 | the justice of God is ~revealed therein from faith to faith," 87 3, 7 | in whatsoever is divinely revealed. Now from the beginning 88 3, 11 | understanding what is divinely revealed, as the light of the active ~ 89 3, 36 | the heavenly majesty is revealed."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 90 3, 36 | birth have been at once revealed to the Gentiles who ~"came 91 3, 36 | the Church, to ~whom are revealed the mysteries of Christ 92 3, 36 | shepherds and Magi) it is revealed through heavenly signs: 93 3, 36 | the angels: whereas it was revealed by means of a star to the 94 3, 36 | the ~authority of prophecy revealed." Thus they "proclaim" that 95 3, 38 | bring now that grace is revealed." ~Much more, therefore, 96 3, 42 | the naked ~truth, which He revealed to His disciples.~Aquin.: 97 3, 45 | glory which was ~then being revealed surpasses in excellence 98 3, 55 | grace, as things divinely revealed. Now, as ~Dionysius says ( 99 3, 55 | things is that they be revealed immediately by God to higher 100 3, 55 | 1 Cor. 2:10): "God ~hath revealed them to us by His spirit." 101 3, 55 | things above men's ken are ~revealed to them by angels, as Dionysius 102 3, 55 | way as Divine things are revealed. But ~Divine things are 103 3, 55 | But ~Divine things are revealed to men in various ways, 104 3, 61 | be openly and ~perfectly revealed. Wherefore then there will 105 3, 62 | as baptism in the time of revealed grace." But Baptism ~confers 106 3, 84 | by a priest unless it be revealed to him by God, wherefore, ~ 107 3, 84 | flesh and blood have not revealed it to ~thee, but My Father 108 Suppl, 7 | so that ~it needs to be revealed by confession.~Aquin.: SMT 109 Suppl, 72| in so far as these are revealed to them, either by ~their 110 Suppl, 84| good and evil ~will then be revealed and made known to all."~ 111 Suppl, 84| the sins of the saints be revealed cannot be to their confusion 112 Suppl, 94| And the man of sin be revealed, the son of perdition."], 113 Suppl, 94| unless the ~Spirit of God has revealed it to anyone." But all or 114 Suppl, 94| unless the ~Spirit of God has revealed this to some one." Wherefore


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