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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | which might ~have been open to doubt had they been expressed 2 1, 8 | all things ~are bare and open to His eyes; He is in all 3 1, 14 | All things are naked and open to His ~eyes" (Heb. 4:13).~ 4 1, 14 | All the ways of a man are ~open to His eyes."~Aquin.: SMT 5 1, 39 | Peri Herm. ii), what is open to ~affirmation, is open 6 1, 39 | open to ~affirmation, is open also to negation.~Aquin.: 7 1, 64 | another; and having the way open by which he may proceed ~ 8 1, 39 | Peri Herm. ii), what is open to ~affirmation, is open 9 1, 39 | open to ~affirmation, is open also to negation.~Aquin.: 10 1, 65 | another; and having the way open by which he may proceed ~ 11 1, 105 | inferior; which appears open to objection. Therefore 12 1, 107 | in its shape, a seat is open on one side to receive the ~ 13 1, 107 | are the angels promptly open to receive God and to serve ~ 14 2, 48 | man is not cunning but is open." Therefore anger does not 15 2, 48 | angry man is said to be open, not because it is clear 16 2, 48 | Ethic. iv, 3) that "he is open ~in his hatreds and his 17 2, 48 | man seeks to be in the open.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[48] A[ 18 2, 48 | As a city that ~lieth open and is not compassed with 19 2, 62 | things so far as they are ~open to the research of human 20 2, 78 | them as being wicked, in open sight, who, as it were, 21 2, 96 | by law or at any rate are open to blame. In like manner 22 2, 102 | That Thy ~eyes may be open upon this house . . . of 23 2, 5 | seemingly had ~his eyes open to contemplation; for Hugh 24 2, 10 | persuasions, or even by ~their open persecutions. It is for 25 2, 23 | the blessed, which follows open vision. Hence the argument 26 2, 39 | him in a quarrelsome and open manner, since ~sometimes 27 2, 70 | an angry man ~seeks an open offense, but he who hates 28 2, 75 | and because trading is open to so many vices, ~since " 29 2, 95 | this, ~saith the Lord, if I open not unto you the flood-gates 30 2, 95 | order to try if "God would open the flood-gates of heaven," ~ 31 2, 115 | because that which is open does not withhold ~things 32 2, 159 | man submissive and ever open to ~receive the influx of 33 2, 165 | all things ~are naked and open to His eyes" (Heb. 4:13), 34 2, 165 | the circus; but in ~the open country, if I happen to 35 2, 178 | the glory of the Lord with open face, are transformed into ~ 36 2, 187 | Ex. 21:33,34): "If a man open a pit . . . and an ~ox or 37 3, 25 | exposed them confidently, in open show, triumphing over them 38 3, 28 | to enter in by doors not open, in Whose ~Birth His Mother' 39 3, 37 | Virgin; and thus He did not open His ~Mother's womb. Therefore 40 3, 39 | approach to heaven is laid open by the fire of the ~Holy 41 3, 39 | that the way to heaven is open to the ~baptized.~Aquin.: 42 3, 39 | in a corporeal sense is open ~to all." Hence it is said 43 3, 39 | the ~angels said, not 'open the gates,' but 'Take them 44 3, 40 | voluntary poverty is not open to this danger: and such ~ 45 3, 42 | should have preached in an open or in a hidden manner?~( 46 3, 42 | our ~Lord expounded the open and unveiled truth of these 47 3, 42 | occasions of error, and to ~open out the road to faith. Now 48 3, 49 | seem that Christ did not open the gate of heaven to us ~ 49 3, 49 | shall go up that ~shall open the way before them." But 50 3, 49 | way before them." But to open the way to heaven seems 51 3, 49 | nothing else than to throw open its gate. Therefore it seems 52 3, 49 | heaven's kingdom is thrown open to us through Christ's ~ 53 3, 49 | to whom heaven was ever open, ~but in order to signify 54 3, 51 | and new, untenanted and open to the ~entrance of the 55 3, 52 | understood otherwise than as the open ~manifesting of His Godhead. 56 3, 54 | could enter ~in by doors not open, in whose Birth His Mother' 57 3, 54 | stated above (A[3]). But ~open scars are opposed to bodily 58 3, 54 | therefore seem fitting for the open ~wounds to remain in Christ' 59 3, 57 | He shall go up that shall open the way before ~them."~Aquin.: 60 3, 57 | He shall go up that shall open ~the way before them." For 61 3, 68 | way of salvation ~to be open to those only who are baptized."~ 62 3, 68 | there shall be a fountain open to the House of ~David, 63 3, 69 | effect of Baptism is to open the gates of the heavenly ~ 64 3, 69 | the effect of Baptism, to open the gates ~of the heavenly 65 3, 69 | the effect of ~Baptism, to open the gates of the heavenly 66 3, 69 | shall go up'] that shall open the way before them." Therefore 67 3, 69 | the effect of Baptism, to open the gates of the heavenly 68 3, 69 | the ~effect of Baptism, to open the gates of the heavenly 69 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, To open the gates of the heavenly 70 3, 69 | effect of Baptism is to open the ~gates of the heavenly 71 3, 72 | combats, the Stadium is open equally to all, to every ~ 72 3, 80 | ought not to ~be given to open sinners when they ask for 73 3, 80 | 2/2~But if they be not open sinners, but occult, the 74 3, 80 | right, except from some open cause. Hence on 1 Cor. ~ 75 3, 83 | house, but rather in ~the open air.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] 76 3, 83 | of the Jews, but in the open country, that so the whole 77 3, 83 | to ~celebrate mass in the open air, or in a tent, if there 78 Suppl, 6 | way of salvation ~remains open, without such punishment 79 Suppl, 7 | external act may be in the open, yet the ~internal act, 80 Suppl, 9 | confession is said to be "open," so as not to be wrapped 81 Suppl, 10| that confession does not open Paradise. For ~different 82 Suppl, 10| the effect of ~Baptism to open Paradise. Therefore it is 83 Suppl, 10| Therefore confession does not open Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT XP 84 Suppl, 10| AA[1],2), it is said to open Paradise.~Aquin.: SMT XP 85 Suppl, 15| as satisfaction does ~not open a way to the suggestions 86 Suppl, 17| house the door of ~which is open. But it is written (Apoc. 87 Suppl, 17| Passion, which also is said to open the door; hence some say ~ 88 Suppl, 17| considered in itself, is ever open, but ~it is said to be closed 89 Suppl, 17| the spiritual power is to open heaven, not absolutely, 90 Suppl, 17| absolutely, since it is ~already open, as stated above (A[1], 91 Suppl, 17| material key which are ~to open and shut; the object of 92 Suppl, 18| just as to loose or to open is to remove an obstacle, 93 Suppl, 19| key expresses a power to open and shut, whether this be 94 Suppl, 20| OBJ 2: A material key can open only its own lock. nor can 95 Suppl, 55| afterwards without laying himself open to ~suspicion. Therefore, 96 Suppl, 55| he should be repulsed as open to ~suspicion, unless he 97 Suppl, 55| relatives are especially open to ~suspicion of love for 98 Suppl, 62| time and place which are ~open to suspicion, or "nudas 99 Suppl, 72| graves from east to west will open to allow the ~bodies to 100 Suppl, 86| that for "the judges to open the books of their ~decree 101 Suppl, 86| judged signifies that they ~open their hearts to the gaze 102 Suppl, 94| nor under ~the earth, to open the book": where the words "


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