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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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create

    Part, Question
1 1, 25 | having mercy; for example, to create another world, and the ~ 2 1, 25 | immediately - as, for example, to create, to justify, and the ~like - 3 1, 34 | some exterior effect, as to create and to govern; ~and the 4 1, 41 | Who form the earth, and create the spirit."~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 45 | creation?~(2) Whether God can create anything?~(3) Whether creation 6 1, 45 | belongs to God alone to create?~(6) Whether creation is 7 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to create is to make something from 8 1, 45 | 1: It would seem that to create is not to make anything 9 1, 45 | not exist at all; but to create is to make something by ~ 10 1, 45 | its cause. Therefore to create is not to make something 11 1, 45 | etc., the gloss has, "To create is to make something from 12 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can create anything?~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 45 | would seem that God cannot create anything, because, according ~ 14 1, 45 | anything from nothing, or create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 15 1, 45 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if to create is to make something from 16 1, 45 | account it is said that to create is to make ~something from 17 1, 45 | suppose another ~creation to create it, and so on to infinity. 18 1, 45 | belongs to God alone to create?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 19 1, 45 | not belong to God alone to create, ~because, according to 20 1, 45 | Therefore a creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 21 1, 45 | impossible for a creature to create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 22 1, 45 | good nor ~bad angels can create anything. Much less therefore 23 1, 45 | precedes (A[1]), that to create can be the action of God 24 1, 45 | of the ~first cause, can create. And thus Avicenna asserted 25 1, 45 | so that the latter can create ministerially, not by its 26 1, 45 | impossible for any creature to ~create, either by its own power 27 1, 45 | suppose that a body can create, for no ~body acts except 28 1, 45 | Therefore although ~to create a finite effect does not 29 1, 45 | an infinite power, yet to create ~it from nothing does show 30 1, 45 | follows that no ~creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 31 1, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to create is proper to any person?~ 32 1, 45 | 1: It would seem that to create is proper to some Person. 33 1, 45 | processions of things, and so to create belongs to a Person.~Aquin.: 34 1, 45 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To create is, properly speaking, to 35 1, 45 | generates fire. And therefore to create belongs to God ~according 36 1, 45 | three Persons. Hence to create is not proper to any one 37 1, 47 | above (Q[45], A[5]) that to create belongs to God alone, and 38 1, 47 | He ~created one, He could create many, since His power is 39 1, 56 | that, if God were now ~to create another angel, such an angel 40 1, 62 | Therefore neither did God create the angelic nature imperfect 41 1, 63 | if one were to desire to create ~heaven and earth, which 42 1, 65 | remains that nothing can create ~except God alone, Who is 43 1, 66 | things that Thou didst create before time was, the primary 44 1, 73 | to mean that He made man ~create or make these things. Therefore 45 1, 74 | formless. But He did not create all things ~together, so 46 1, 41 | Who form the earth, and create the spirit."~Aquin.: SMT 47 1, 46 | creation?~(2) Whether God can create anything?~(3) Whether creation 48 1, 46 | belongs to God alone to create?~(6) Whether creation is 49 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to create is to make something from 50 1, 46 | 1: It would seem that to create is not to make anything 51 1, 46 | not exist at all; but to create is to make something by ~ 52 1, 46 | its cause. Therefore to create is not to make something 53 1, 46 | etc., the gloss has, "To create is to make something from 54 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether God can create anything?~Aquin.: SMT FP 55 1, 46 | would seem that God cannot create anything, because, according ~ 56 1, 46 | anything from nothing, or create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 57 1, 46 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, if to create is to make something from 58 1, 46 | account it is said that to create is to make ~something from 59 1, 46 | suppose another ~creation to create it, and so on to infinity. 60 1, 46 | belongs to God alone to create?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 61 1, 46 | not belong to God alone to create, ~because, according to 62 1, 46 | Therefore a creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 63 1, 46 | impossible for a creature to create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 64 1, 46 | good nor ~bad angels can create anything. Much less therefore 65 1, 46 | precedes (A[1]), that to create can be the action of God 66 1, 46 | of the ~first cause, can create. And thus Avicenna asserted 67 1, 46 | so that the latter can create ministerially, not by its 68 1, 46 | impossible for any creature to ~create, either by its own power 69 1, 46 | suppose that a body can create, for no ~body acts except 70 1, 46 | Therefore although ~to create a finite effect does not 71 1, 46 | an infinite power, yet to create ~it from nothing does show 72 1, 46 | follows that no ~creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 73 1, 46 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether to create is proper to any person?~ 74 1, 46 | 1: It would seem that to create is proper to some Person. 75 1, 46 | processions of things, and so ~to create belongs to a Person.~Aquin.: 76 1, 46 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, To create is, properly speaking, to 77 1, 46 | generates fire. And therefore to create belongs to God ~according 78 1, 46 | three Persons. Hence to create is not proper to any one 79 1, 48 | above (Q[45], A[5]) that to create belongs to God alone, and 80 1, 48 | He ~created one, He could create many, since His power is 81 1, 57 | that, if God were now ~to create another angel, such an angel 82 1, 63 | Therefore neither did God create the angelic nature imperfect 83 1, 64 | if one were to desire to create ~heaven and earth, which 84 1, 66 | remains that nothing can create ~except God alone, Who is 85 1, 67 | things that Thou didst create before time was, the primary 86 1, 72 | to mean that He made man ~create or make these things. Therefore 87 1, 73 | formless. But He did not create all things ~together, so 88 1, 89 | creation. Now, God alone can create; for the first agent alone ~ 89 1, 103 | after He has ceased to create it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[104] 90 2, 17 | respect: for the soul did not create the body out of nothing, 91 2, 109 | according to Ps. 50:12: ~"Create a clean heart in me, O God, 92 2, 113 | sinner, is greater than to create heaven and earth."~Aquin.: 93 2, 113 | sinner is greater than to create ~heaven and earth," adds, " 94 2, 113 | whether it is greater to create ~the angels just, than to 95 2, 25 | though this power ~cannot create the rational soul, yet it 96 2, 89 | to ~pleasure rather than create a good disposition within 97 2, 101 | partake of the power to create by ~reason of which latria 98 3, 13 | it is clear it cannot create itself.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 99 3, 13 | hence even as God ~alone can create, so, too, He alone can bring 100 3, 43 | altogether ~greater than to create" [*The words 'to create' 101 3, 43 | create" [*The words 'to create' are not in the text of ~ 102 3, 43 | whether it be greater to create a righteous being than to 103 3, 64 | made righteous, "than to ~create heaven and earth." But Christ 104 Suppl, 88| written (Is. 65:17): "Behold I create new heavens ~and a new earth,


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