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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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miracle

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1 1, 67 | this might be effected by a miracle. As to this, however, ~Augustine 2 1, 68 | to work on them by way of miracle." We leave ~this view, then, 3 1, 68 | this might be effected by a miracle. As to this, however, ~Augustine 4 1, 69 | to work on them by way of miracle." We leave ~this view, then, 5 1, 104 | outside the natural order is a miracle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 6 1, 104 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a miracle is "something difficult, 7 1, 104 | OBJ 3: Further, the word miracle is derived from admiration. 8 1, 104 | to ~observe, we call it a miracle."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] 9 1, 104 | I answer that, The word miracle is derived from admiration, 10 1, 104 | to an astronomer. Now a miracle is so called as being full 11 1, 104 | arduous thing is called a miracle, not on account of the ~ 12 1, 104 | which it is done. Again, a miracle ~is said to go beyond the 13 1, 104 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether one miracle is greater than another?~ 14 1, 104 | It would seem that one miracle is not greater than another. 15 1, 104 | are done. Therefore one miracle is not greater ~than another.~ 16 1, 104 | at another. Therefore one miracle is ~not greater than another.~ 17 1, 104 | that, Nothing is called a miracle by comparison with the Divine ~ 18 1, 104 | But a thing ~is called a miracle by comparison with the power 19 1, 104 | surpassed, the greater the ~miracle. Now the power of nature 20 1, 109 | natural ~cause, we call it a miracle, as, for instance, when 21 1, 109 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A miracle properly so called is when 22 1, 109 | But it is not enough for a miracle if ~something is done outside 23 1, 109 | otherwise anyone would perform a miracle by throwing a stone upwards, 24 1, 109 | stone's nature. So for a miracle ~is required that it be 25 1, 109 | nature; and ~thus it is not a miracle. Hence God alone can work 26 1, 109 | unknown ~to us, it is called a miracle as regards ourselves. So 27 1, 109 | which is essential to a miracle, as above explained.~ 28 1, 113 | 110], A[4]), ~if we take a miracle in the strict sense, the 29 1, 113 | since in the strict sense ~a miracle is something done outside 30 1, 113 | contained. But ~sometimes miracle may be taken in a wide sense, 31 1, 113 | that man to have worked a ~miracle.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 32 2, 103 | sacrifice. Thus also it was by miracle that the ~thigh of the adulterous 33 2, 113 | more of the nature of a ~miracle.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 34 2, 6 | inducement, such ~as seeing a miracle, or being persuaded by someone 35 2, 6 | those who see the same ~miracle, or who hear the same sermon, 36 2, 13 | God, Who, sometimes, by a miracle, so to speak, restores ~ 37 2, 102 | blind men to conceal the miracle ~had no intention of binding 38 2, 150 | cannot be restored even by miracle, to wit, that one who has 39 2, 174 | that "it was a ~greater miracle that they should speak all 40 2, 175 | Reply OBJ 1: Even as by a miracle God sometimes works in a 41 2, 176 | virtue' in the sense of ~a miracle is now obsolete, and the 42 2, 176 | obsolete, and the generic term 'miracle' is elsewhere ~used in its 43 2, 176 | possible for ~the mind of the miracle worker to be moved to do 44 2, 176 | the character of a true miracle, because ~they are done 45 2, 176 | invoking a saint; but the ~miracle is ascribed not to him, 46 3, 13 | His Divine will, that the ~miracle wrought should be published 47 3, 28 | our ~Head, by a notable miracle, should be born, after the 48 3, 29 | therefore, by her Espousals this miracle would be less ~evident, 49 3, 31 | miraculous. But it is a greater miracle to form man's body from 50 3, 31 | mystery of the Incarnation the miracle ~is not only in reference 51 3, 41 | loaves, which was no less a miracle, in order to succor the 52 3, 41 | done otherwise than work a miracle, as did John the ~Baptist, 53 3, 41 | assuage His hunger by a ~miracle.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 54 3, 41 | the ~needless working of a miracle; and from the desire of 55 3, 43 | Specifically, of each kind of miracle; (3) In particular, of His ~ 56 3, 43 | this is what is meant by a miracle. Wherefore Pope Leo ~says ( 57 3, 43 | His childhood. ~But the miracle of changing water into wine 58 3, 43 | was astonished at" the ~miracle which He had worked in " 59 3, 43 | His ~own power, any single miracle worked by Christ by His 60 3, 44 | to consider each kind of miracle:~(1) The miracles which 61 3, 44 | was not disturbed by the miracle ~worked by Christ. For, 62 3, 44 | conjunction." - The second miracle is that whereas at the sixth 63 3, 44 | to ~the season. The third miracle was that the eclipse of 64 3, 44 | pass away." The fourth miracle consisted in this, that 65 3, 44 | Chrysostom adds a fifth miracle (Hom. lxxxviii in Matth.), 66 3, 44 | not to be reckoned as a miracle, but ~only as regards the 67 3, 44 | that "this ~was a greater miracle than when He changed water 68 3, 44 | plants. But ~Christ worked a miracle on plants as when the fig-tree 69 3, 44 | On them ~Christ worked a miracle in the plentiful draught 70 3, 44 | not the effect of a Divine miracle, but of the action of the ~ 71 3, 44 | punished: "but look at the miracle, and wonder at the ~worker." 72 3, 44 | full of moisture, makes the miracle all ~the more remarkable."~ 73 3, 54 | His Resurrection, not by miracle but ~from its glorified 74 3, 54 | understand how, it is no miracle: where reason fails, faith 75 3, 54 | miraculously unseen: as was by a miracle ~bestowed on the blessed 76 3, 55 | Divine Nature, by working the miracle of the draught of fishes, 77 3, 69 | Baptism, save by an ineffable miracle of the Creator, ~so that 78 3, 76 | and blood which appear by miracle are not consecrated, nor 79 3, 77 | 2: Further, not even by miracle can the definition of a 80 3, 77 | cannot come to pass, even by ~miracle, that the accidents exist 81 3, 77 | nevertheless, it presupposes the miracle which is wrought in the ~ 82 3, 77 | not, indeed, ~by a new miracle, but by virtue of the miracle 83 3, 77 | miracle, but by virtue of the miracle which has already taken ~ 84 3, 77 | accidents; for ~nature yields to miracle, and power works beyond 85 Suppl, 80| glorified body?~(3) Whether by a miracle two bodies can be in the 86 Suppl, 80| Whether it is possible, by a miracle, for two bodies to be in 87 Suppl, 80| seem that not even by a miracle is it possible for two ~ 88 Suppl, 80| not possible that, by a ~miracle, two bodies be at once two 89 Suppl, 80| this cannot be done by a miracle. The minor is proved thus. ~ 90 Suppl, 80| this cannot be done by a miracle. The minor is proved as 91 Suppl, 80| seem impossible that by a miracle a body which ~is enclosed 92 Suppl, 80| this cannot ~be done by a miracle. The minor is proved thus. 93 Suppl, 80| it can never happen by a miracle that the same body is at 94 Suppl, 80| it can nowise happen by a miracle that ~two bodies be together 95 Suppl, 80| gave birth to her Son by a miracle. ~Now in this hallowed birth 96 Suppl, 80| thus it is possible by a miracle ~for two bodies to be together 97 Suppl, 80| OBJ 2: Granted that by a miracle two bodies be together in 98 Suppl, 80| But supposing by a Divine miracle a distinction of subject ~ 99 Suppl, 80| although ~it is possible by a miracle for two bodies to be in 100 Suppl, 80| never happen, not even by a miracle. Consequently we must say 101 Suppl, 82| non-glorified eye, except by a miracle. But ~this is impossible,


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