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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adoption

    Part, Question
1 1, 41 | others are entitled sons of adoption by ~their similitude to 2 1, 68 | superficially, might lead ~to the adoption of a theory similar to that 3 1, 41 | others are entitled sons of adoption by ~their similitude to 4 1, 69 | superficially, might lead ~to the adoption of a theory similar to that 5 2, 93 | are the sons of ~God by adoption, are led by the spirit of 6 2, 98 | the Jews, "belongeth the ~adoption as of children (of God) . . . 7 2, 105 | have them by a kind of ~adoption, and that thus the deceased 8 2, 110 | predestinated us into the adoption of children . . . unto the 9 2, 114 | inheritance is due by ~right of adoption, according to Rm. 8:17: " 10 2, 18 | have received the spirit of adoption of sons, whereby we cry: ~ 11 2, 43 | and Who is "the Spirit of adoption of ~sons, whereby we cry: 12 2, 43 | whereas ~peace and the adoption of sons seem to be remote 13 2, 43 | is called the "Spirit of adoption" in so far as we receive 14 2, 50 | received the ~spirit of adoption of sons," it would seem 15 2, 119 | received the spirit of ~adoption of sons, whereby we cry: 16 3, 3 | to God by the ~grace of adoption, but what is Divine is united 17 3, 3 | takes place by the grace of adoption ~is terminated in a certain 18 3, 3 | into possession ~of the adoption of sons, according to Rm. 19 3, 3 | fear, but the spirit of adoption ~of sons." But sonship by 20 3, 3 | of sons." But sonship by adoption is a participated likeness 21 3, 3 | likeness of sonship ~by adoption, as the Apostle says in 22 3, 4 | Son to lead many to ~the adoption of sons, as is written Gal. 23 3, 20 | 3) His priesthood; (4) Adoption - whether it is becoming 24 3, 23 | 23] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF ADOPTION AS BEFITTING TO CHRIST ( 25 3, 23 | come to consider whether adoption befits Christ: and under ~ 26 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, adoption seems to have been introduced 27 3, 23 | predestinated us ~unto the adoption of children of God." But 28 3, 23 | Moreover Divine exceeds human adoption, forasmuch as God, by ~bestowing 29 3, 23 | likeness, so by the work of adoption the ~likeness of natural 30 3, 23 | Trinity should adopt. For ~adoption is said of God in likeness 31 3, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, by adoption men become the brethren 32 3, 23 | that we might receive the adoption of sons. And because you 33 3, 23 | received the spirit of ~adoption of sons, whereby we cry: ' 34 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: By adoption we are made the brethren 35 3, 23 | the Holy Ghost. Therefore adoption, though common to the ~whole 36 3, 23 | rational creature, ~save by adoption. But God is called the Father 37 3, 23 | 2: Further, by reason of adoption some are called sons of 38 3, 23 | ad 3), the sonship of adoption is ~a certain likeness of 39 3, 23 | this likeness perfects the adoption: ~for to those who are thus 40 3, 23 | is called "the Spirit of adoption of ~sons."~Aquin.: SMT TP 41 3, 23 | properly speaking, by reason of adoption, but by reason of creation; ~ 42 3, 23 | the first to receive the ~adoption of sons.~Aquin.: SMT TP 43 3, 23 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Adoption is a property resulting 44 3, 23 | must needs ~be capable of adoption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 45 3, 23 | Christians by the grace of adoption. ~Therefore this Man is 46 3, 23 | Therefore this Man is Christ by adoption: and consequently He would 47 3, 23 | 2), that the sonship of ~adoption is a participated likeness 48 3, 23 | nature, so ~neither does adoption. Consequently, when it is 49 3, 23 | expression is metaphorical: and adoption is ~used to signify the 50 3, 24 | predestination seems to be the adoption of sons, ~according to Eph. 51 3, 24 | predestinated us unto the adoption of ~children." But it is 52 3, 24 | predestinated to the sonship of adoption, whereas Christ was ~predestinated " 53 3, 24 | are predestinated to the adoption of sons, which is a ~participated 54 3, 24 | predestinated us ~unto the adoption of children through Jesus 55 3, 31 | the ~other is father by adoption. Or, according to the Jewish 56 3, 31 | which is a kind of legal adoption, as Augustine himself says ( 57 3, 31 | he follows the origin of adoption; because ~by adoption we 58 3, 31 | of adoption; because ~by adoption we become children of God: 59 3, 35 | generation and of another by adoption.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 60 3, 39 | God; since God's sons by ~adoption are made to be like unto 61 3, 41 | who are sons ~of God by adoption, whereas it does apply to 62 3, 43 | in Him by grace, not of adoption, but of ~union: and that 63 3, 45 | 1/1~I answer that, The adoption of the sons of God is through 64 3, 49 | our ~souls "the spirit of adoption of sons," whereby our names 65 3, 50 | greater than ~the grace of adoption whereby others are sanctified: 66 3, 50 | union, ~whereas the grace of adoption is referred to a certain 67 3, 50 | we see that the grace of adoption is never lost without fault. ~ 68 Suppl, 57| RELATIONSHIP, WHICH IS BY ADOPTION (THREE ARTICLES)~We must 69 Suppl, 57| relationship which is by adoption. Under this ~head there 70 Suppl, 57| of inquiry:~(1) What is adoption?~(2) Whether one contracts 71 Suppl, 57| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether adoption is rightly defined?~Aquin.: 72 Suppl, 57| OBJ 1: It would seem that adoption is not rightly defined: " 73 Suppl, 57| is not rightly defined: "Adoption is ~the act by which a person 74 Suppl, 57| of the adopter. Therefore adoption is not always the taking 75 Suppl, 57| of the adopter. Therefore adoption is not the taking of someone 76 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, adoption, whereby someone is taken 77 Suppl, 57| Therefore, properly speaking, ~adoption is not the taking of someone 78 Suppl, 57| competent to adopt. Therefore adoption is not the taking of someone 79 Suppl, 57| versa." Therefore, if by adoption ~a person is taken as a 80 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, adoption is a result of love, wherefore 81 Suppl, 57| towards strangers. ~Therefore adoption should be not of a stranger 82 Suppl, 57| being the chief reason why adoption was ~introduced. And since 83 Suppl, 57| definition includes the genus ~of adoption, for it is described as 84 Suppl, 57| Reply OBJ 1: The sonship of adoption is an imitation of natural 85 Suppl, 57| there are two species of adoption, one which imitates natural ~ 86 Suppl, 57| of age. There can be no ~adoption of this kind without the 87 Suppl, 57| sovereign. The other ~kind of adoption imitates natural sonship 88 Suppl, 57| and is called ~"simple adoption," and by this the adopted 89 Suppl, 57| a disposition to perfect adoption, rather ~than perfect adoption 90 Suppl, 57| adoption, rather ~than perfect adoption itself. In this way even 91 Suppl, 57| to beget naturally. But adoption is directed to ~hereditary 92 Suppl, 57| another's godfather. But adoption aims at hereditary succession 93 Suppl, 57| children. Wherefore since adoption was introduced as a ~solace 94 Suppl, 57| be chosen to succeed by ~adoption. And if a relative, who 95 Suppl, 57| marriage is contracted through ~adoption?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 96 Suppl, 57| is not contracted through adoption a tie ~that is an impediment 97 Suppl, 57| therefore can this result from adoption ~which places the adopted 98 Suppl, 57| benefit on another. But adoption is nothing but the conferring 99 Suppl, 57| relationship results from adoption.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 100 Suppl, 57| relationship contracted through adoption by ~which one inherits another' 101 Suppl, 57| of the Church. Since then adoption was ~introduced by human 102 Suppl, 57| that a tie contracted from ~adoption cannot be an impediment 103 Suppl, 57| relationship results from adoption, namely legal relationship, 104 Suppl, 57| connection ~arising out of adoption." Therefore adoption results 105 Suppl, 57| of adoption." Therefore adoption results in a tie which is ~ 106 Suppl, 57| Hence it is that legal adoption is an impediment ~to marriage. 107 Suppl, 57| adopted; because when the ~adoption terminates at the death 108 Suppl, 57| power, as in the case of adoption, so that the godson remains ~


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