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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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likened

    Part, Question
1 1, 4 | Isaias: "To whom have you ~likened God?" (Is. 40:18).~Aquin.: 2 1, 14 | understanding; and so this cannot be likened to the act of the ~divine 3 1, 39 | which we ~enjoy God, is likened to the property of the Holy 4 1, 55 | therein: hence each one is ~likened to It according to its proper 5 1, 56 | that knowledge of God is likened by which He is ~seen through 6 1, 56 | between these two; and is likened to that ~knowledge whereby 7 1, 57 | nature that the angels are ~likened to material things, as one 8 1, 57 | nature whereby they are likened to such ~species; consequently, 9 1, 58 | body can by one shape be likened to ~many bodies.~Aquin.: 10 1, 63 | without sin. But ~to be likened unto God is the end to which 11 1, 63 | everything is made to be likened ~unto God. And so, if anyone 12 1, 76 | to different forms, are likened to the same ~thing. And 13 1, 39 | which we ~enjoy God, is likened to the property of the Holy 14 1, 56 | therein: hence each one is ~likened to It according to its proper 15 1, 57 | that knowledge of God is likened by which He is ~seen through 16 1, 57 | between these two; and is likened to that ~knowledge whereby 17 1, 58 | nature that the angels are ~likened to material things, as one 18 1, 58 | nature whereby they are likened to such ~species; consequently, 19 1, 59 | body can by one shape be likened to ~many bodies.~Aquin.: 20 1, 64 | without sin. But ~to be likened unto God is the end to which 21 1, 64 | everything is made to be likened ~unto God. And so, if anyone 22 1, 75 | to different forms, are likened to the same ~thing. And 23 1, 80 | the apprehensive ~power is likened to rest: whereas the operation 24 1, 80 | appetitive power ~is rather likened to movement. Wherefore by 25 1, 92 | 40:18): "To whom have you likened God? or what image will ~ 26 1, 92 | rational creature can be likened. We may ~easily understand 27 1, 104 | thing be ~produced, it is likened to God by way of a virtual 28 1, 104 | virtual inclusion; or it is ~likened to the composite generator 29 1, 107 | heavenly spirits, who are likened to each other by some gift ~ 30 2, 28 | bond of affection, and is likened to substantial union, ~inasmuch 31 2, 31 | emotions of the soul, is likened to ~repose in natural bodies, 32 2, 31 | emotions of the soul, is likened to ~natural repose in bodies: 33 2, 36 | the appetitive movement is likened to the natural ~appetite; 34 2, 48 | one loves: whence ~it is likened to the warmth of the air 35 2, 48 | contrary ~evil: whence it is likened to the heat of fire and 36 2, 70 | the ~fruit of man, who is likened to the tree, is that which 37 2, 91 | after a fashion, he is likened to the beasts that are led 38 2, 95 | while the second mode is likened to that whereby, in the ~ 39 2, 108 | and doth them, shall be likened to a wise man that built ~ 40 2, 109 | everything seeks to be ~likened to God in its own way. Hence 41 2, 1 | all eternity; while man is likened to matter in ~receiving 42 2, 9 | which that knowledge is likened which is a gift ~of the 43 2, 25 | charity above all, man is likened to God. But God ~loves more 44 2, 98 | sell spiritual things are likened in ~intention to Simon the 45 2, 98 | who wish to buy them are ~likened to him in act. Those who 46 2, 115 | in ~money's use, which is likened to movement, than in its 47 2, 115 | in its keeping, which is ~likened to rest. As to those who, 48 2, 115 | divine goodness. Now man is ~likened chiefly by liberality to 49 2, 130 | For no one sins ~in being likened to God: in fact we are commanded ( 50 2, 140 | concupiscence, which is likened to a child in three ways. 51 2, 149 | gives pleasure is especially likened to a child, because the ~ 52 2, 154 | the habit, wherefore it is likened to phthisis or any chronic 53 2, 156 | we cannot be altogether likened to Him in the mode of our 54 2, 159 | acquisition of virtue is likened to the foundation, ~which 55 2, 160 | excellence, whereby one is likened to God who is supremely 56 2, 165 | knowing the truth man is likened to God, since "all things ~ 57 2, 170 | who are without grace are likened inwardly to a ravening ~ 58 2, 171 | species. Human teaching may be likened to prophetic revelation 59 2, 178 | are described by being likened to them. These movements 60 3, 2 | human nature in Christ is likened to a habit, i.e. ~a garment, 61 3, 8 | hence ~the Holy Ghost is likened to the heart, since He invisibly 62 3, 8 | the Church; but Christ is likened to the Head in His visible ~ 63 3, 11 | comprehensors, who are likened to the angels, according 64 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 3: The blessed are likened to the angels in the gifts 65 3, 14 | OBJ 3: Further, Christ is likened to other men in these defects, 66 3, 22 | the same passage, he is "likened unto the ~Son of God," Who 67 3, 23 | from eternity. Now man is likened to ~the splendor of the 68 3, 23 | therefore, something may be likened in ~three ways. First, on 69 3, 23 | Secondly, the creature is likened to the Word, not only as 70 3, 23 | in the disciple's mind is likened to the word in the mind 71 3, 23 | even in its nature, is likened to the ~Word of God. Thirdly, 72 3, 23 | Thirdly, a creature is likened to the Eternal Word, as 73 3, 25 | and are destined to be likened to the body of Christ by 74 3, 32 | image and because he is ~likened to Him by grace. Now, it 75 3, 46 | necessary for it to be likened in every respect, otherwise 76 3, 49 | Christ's Passion, we must be likened unto Him. Now we are ~likened 77 3, 49 | likened unto Him. Now we are ~likened unto Him sacramentally in 78 3, 49 | cannot a second time be likened unto Christ's death by the 79 3, 49 | who sin after Baptism be ~likened unto Christ suffering by 80 3, 50 | then by all men He would be likened to a phantom." ~Thirdly, 81 3, 53 | The head and members are likened in nature, but not in ~power; 82 3, 56 | raised up, ~who must be likened to that Resurrection, according 83 3, 62 | which form the effect is likened; just as fire by its own 84 3, 62 | so that the effect is not likened to the instrument but to 85 3, 63 | character the faithful are likened by ~reason of the sacramental 86 3, 63 | they are, in a fashion, likened to him. And in this way 87 3, 63 | character by which they are likened to Christ. Consequently, ~ 88 3, 63 | priesthood, so His faithful are ~likened to Him by sharing a certain 89 3, 64 | in heaven holy men are likened to the angels (Mt. ~22:30). 90 3, 67 | is in a certain manner likened to carnal generation: wherefore 91 3, 80 | receiving Christ's body is ~likened to Judas kissing Christ, 92 Suppl, 19| the effect of the keys, is likened, not to the one who uses 93 Suppl, 26| parishes of one diocese are likened to a ~congregation in the 94 Suppl, 34| effect of the sacrament is ~likened, but not in this sacrament.~ 95 Suppl, 56| regeneration by Baptism is likened; wherein a man is ~regenerated 96 Suppl, 56| corruptive tendency. To this is ~likened Confirmation, whereby man 97 Suppl, 57| is taken as a child, is ~likened to natural procreation whereby 98 Suppl, 73| form, whereby the agent is likened to its effect, is the direct ~ 99 Suppl, 78| weakened the human body is likened to watery wine according 100 Suppl, 79| the resurrection ~would be likened to sleep rather than to 101 Suppl, 88| because things are more ~likened to God, Who is supremely 102 Suppl, 93| Now no one is conformed or likened to himself, as the ~Philosopher


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