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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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remained

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | of what he ~remembered, remained in his mind; and in the 2 1, 12 | the ~divine essence, which remained in Paul even when he had 3 1, 27 | which is not generation has remained ~without a special name; 4 1, 48 | wholly removed while the air remained, which ~in its very nature 5 1, 63 | 9) Did as many sin as remained steadfast?~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 63 | that order some of them remained good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 7 1, 63 | were as many as those who remained firm?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 8 1, 49 | wholly removed while the air remained, which in its very nature 9 1, 64 | 9) Did as many sin as remained steadfast?~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 64 | that order some of them remained good.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 11 1, 64 | were as many as those who remained firm?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[63] 12 1, 88 | the habit of knowledge ~remained in the soul after death, 13 1, 88 | knowledge here acquired ~remained in the separated soul, it 14 1, 91 | rib was removed, his body remained imperfect; which is ~unreasonable 15 1, 93 | struggle, and while ~it remained so, no evil could exist." 16 1, 93 | of which, while the soul remained subject to God, the lower ~ 17 1, 94 | to God, the ~lower powers remained subject to reason, as Augustine 18 1, 94 | otherwise it would have remained after sin; ~since even in 19 1, 94 | demons the natural gifts remained after sin, as ~Dionysius 20 1, 96 | corruption so long as it remained ~itself subject to God. 21 1, 96 | after sin man would have remained immortal, had he been allowed 22 1, 97 | integrity; ~this would have remained intact, as it does in the 23 1, 99 | Further, the angels who remained faithful to God, while the ~ 24 1, 101 | made. Now man would have remained in paradise after he ~was 25 2, 2 | last end, if something yet remained ~to be desired. Now the 26 2, 35 | 14): "Had ~not some good remained in nature, we should feel 27 2, 39 | lost: for had not some good remained in his ~nature, he could 28 2, 73 | remain, unless something remained of the order of ~reason. 29 2, 81 | soul, so long ~as the soul remained subject to God. Now privation 30 2, 89 | the higher, so long as man remained subject to God, as ~Augustine 31 2, 98 | the Jewish people alone ~remained faithful to the worship 32 2, 102 | His impassible Godhead, remained living, because the ~Godhead 33 2, 105 | the same way if they had remained in possession of the lender, 34 2, 105 | where ~the heifer was slain, remained uncultivated. Wherefore, 35 2, 10 | torture, and, the while, remained hidden ~under the military 36 2, 23 | of the higher angels who ~remained steadfast became better 37 2, 120 | stated above (AA[2],3), it ~remained for the third precept to 38 2, 150 | meritorious in John who remained unmarried and Abraham who 39 2, 150 | virgin for His mother, and remained Himself a virgin, and by 40 2, 161 | because to each there ~remained something to be done whereby 41 2, 173 | intelligible species that ~remained in his intellect by way 42 3, 6 | death, ~yet there still remained the union of the Word to 43 3, 10 | properties of both natures remained unconfused, i.e. "the uncreated ~ 44 3, 10 | unconfused, i.e. "the uncreated ~remained uncreated, and the created 45 3, 10 | uncreated, and the created remained within the limits of the ~ 46 3, 13 | place that there ~still remained the distinction of natures, 47 3, 14 | pass that the beatitude remained in the soul, and ~did not 48 3, 15 | becoming to human ~flesh so remained in the sensitive appetite 49 3, 15 | the joy of contemplation remained in Christ's mind so as not 50 3, 16 | He was ~made Man, yet He remained the Word of God."~Aquin.: 51 3, 27 | womb. Others say that it ~remained as far as it causes a difficulty 52 3, 27 | to do good: but that it remained as to the corruption of ~ 53 3, 27 | sanctification, the ~fomes remained essentially, but was fettered; 54 3, 27 | contradiction to say that the fomes ~remained as to the corruption of 55 3, 27 | its essence, but that it ~remained fettered: not indeed by 56 3, 27 | sanctification the fomes remained in the ~Virgin. Now the 57 3, 27 | sanctification the fomes remained in the Blessed ~Virgin, 58 3, 28 | His Birth?~(3) Whether she remained a virgin after His Birth? ~( 59 3, 28 | Birth His Mother's virginity remained inviolate." And Dionysius 60 3, 28 | Whether Christ's Mother remained a virgin after His birth?~ 61 3, 28 | rather to be believed to have remained a virgin, "since he is not 62 3, 29 | not conceived of him, but ~remained a virgin. For by this example 63 3, 30 | nor how it was that He ~remained whole in the Father, whole 64 3, 31 | that this fourth manner remained as it were proper to Christ, 65 3, 37 | birth the ~seal of chastity remained inviolate." Consequently 66 3, 38 | Joan.] says, "there ~still remained a shadow of the Old Law: 67 3, 50 | with the ~Word of God, it remained so after His death, so that 68 3, 50 | Therefore, if the Word of God remained united with Christ's soul 69 3, 50 | nevertheless His Godhead remained unseparated from both - 70 3, 51 | while the other corpses remained. The new sepulchre can ~ 71 3, 51 | time during which Christ remained in the tomb ~shows forth 72 3, 51 | two nights during which He remained in the tomb. But since His 73 3, 52 | the body, the whole Christ remained, but His whole human ~nature 74 3, 52 | Therefore it seems that He remained in hell until the hour ~ 75 3, 52 | hell as long as ~His body remained in the tomb.~Aquin.: SMT 76 3, 52 | go out as long as Christ remained in hell, because His ~presence 77 3, 53 | of ~sin; consequently, He remained in death for one day and 78 3, 54 | Birth His Mother's virginity remained ~inviolate." And Gregory 79 3, 54 | Reply OBJ 1: The scars that remained in Christ's body belong 80 3, 57 | assumed by the Son of God remained a creature, as is ~clear 81 3, 70 | the entire nature, there remained the ~obstacle to the entrance 82 3, 72 | public, whereas before they remained ~hidden in the upper room.~ 83 3, 76 | blood ~was, but the body remained entire, according to Ex. 84 3, 76 | of this sacrament, "there remained nothing until the morning." ~ 85 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine remained; but ~their subjects had " 86 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine remained, now that the ~substance 87 3, 80 | substance of bread would have remained; just as if it were to be 88 3, 80 | use of reason, and have remained so from ~birth; and in that 89 3, 87 | happen if his venial sins remained. Therefore venial sins can 90 3, 89 | denied his Lord, and yet he remained an apostle. ~Nevertheless 91 Suppl, 1 | previously lifeless, while guilt remained, ~receives perfection through 92 Suppl, 18| remitted, the debt of which remained after the ~guilt had been 93 Suppl, 59| husband only as ~long as he remained in the life wherein he had 94 Suppl, 67| sin." For ~though divorce remained inordinate, for which reason 95 Suppl, 69| the person, while there remained an obstacle on the part ~ 96 Suppl, 75| because ~so long as that sin remained they were unable to beget 97 Suppl, 79| another respect that power remained, since those flames consumed 98 Suppl, 83| in deformity, Augustine remained undecided and doubtful ~( 99 Suppl, 95| this life. Even though they remained, they would never ~come 100 Suppl, 96| the walls and the houses remained standing, the city was ~


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