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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sea

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | earth and broader than the sea" (Job 11:8,9). Therefore ~ 2 1, 3 | dominion over the fishes of the sea" (Gn. ~1:26). Now man excels 3 1, 13 | infinite and indeterminate sea of ~substance." Now by any 4 1, 19 | ship in order to ~cross the sea. But we do not necessarily 5 1, 23 | rain and the sands of the sea are certain to God); ~but 6 1, 29 | ask, ~What swims in the sea? and answer, A fish. So 7 1, 65 | made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and all things that are 8 1, 69 | their course towards the sea. In ~their case, therefore, 9 1, 69 | body, ~namely, of land and sea. Hence Scripture, having 10 1, 69 | proved in regard to the Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher 11 1, 69 | to the Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher than the land, 12 1, 69 | All the waters have the sea as their goal, into which 13 1, 69 | set My bounds around the sea," and Jer. 5:22, ~where 14 1, 69 | the sand a bound for the sea?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 15 1, 69 | Earth," as distinct from the sea; ~although the name earth 16 1, 70 | earth was ~divided into sea and dry land. So also is 17 1, 66 | made heaven and earth, the ~sea, and all things that are 18 1, 70 | their course towards the sea. In ~their case, therefore, 19 1, 70 | body, ~namely, of land and sea. Hence Scripture, having 20 1, 70 | proved in regard to the Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher 21 1, 70 | to the Red Sea, that ~the sea is higher than the land, 22 1, 70 | All the waters have the sea as their goal, into which 23 1, 70 | set My bounds around the sea," and Jer. 5:22, ~where 24 1, 70 | the sand a bound for the sea?"~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 25 1, 70 | Earth," as distinct from the sea; ~although the name earth 26 1, 71 | earth was ~divided into sea and dry land. So also is 27 1, 81 | from the will to cross the sea, ~arises in the will the 28 1, 95 | over ~the fishes of the sea, and the birds of the air, 29 1, 109 | the ebb and flow of the sea ~does not follow from the 30 1, 112 | casting of his cargo into ~the sea, considered universally 31 2, 6 | throwing of the cargo into the sea becomes voluntary during 32 2, 93 | When He compassed the sea ~with its bounds, and set 33 2, 102 | certain shells found in the sea; violet, signifying air, 34 2, 111 | still or darken, or that the sea ~should be divided - and 35 2, 22 | Horace, says, 'he braves the sea, ~he crosses mountains, 36 2, 41 | drowned in the ~depth of the sea." For, as Jerome says on 37 2, 64 | dominion over the fishes of the sea," etc.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 38 2, 88 | For the winds and the sea obey Him." Therefore in 39 2, 93 | discovered and thrown into the sea (Jonas 1:7, sqq.): Zacharias 40 2, 106 | were ~drowned in the Red Sea while they were pursuing 41 2, 121 | of sickness, ~storms at sea, attacks from robbers, and 42 2, 124 | earthquake nor a storm at sea, as is said to be the case 43 2, 172 | Moses, who divided the Red Sea (Ex. ~14:21). In like manner 44 2, 182 | surrounded by the stormy sea and is able to bring the 45 2, 183 | leave ~the ship when the sea is calm, how much more so 46 2, 184 | secular life to the stormy sea, and the ~religious life 47 2, 187 | you ~go round about the sea and the land to make one 48 3, 28 | dry feet He walked on the ~sea. But this is not consistent 49 3, 36 | and the ~fishes of the sea."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 50 3, 39 | the crossing of the Red Sea, where the Egyptians were ~ 51 3, 39 | have been baptized in the sea than in the river ~Jordan.~ 52 3, 39 | The crossing of the Red Sea foreshadowed baptism in ~ 53 3, 39 | Jordan rather than in the sea.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 54 3, 40 | scandalize them, go to the sea," Jerome says: "This incident, 55 3, 43 | traversing an unspeakable sea of miracles." ~And thus 56 3, 44 | they cast headlong into the sea; wherefore ~the inhabitants 57 3, 44 | water, such as to divide the sea, as did Moses (Ex. 14:21); 58 3, 44 | were cast headlong into the sea, ~this was not the effect 59 3, 44 | commanded the winds, ~and the sea, and there came a great 60 3, 45 | walked on the waves of the sea; of subtlety, when He ~came 61 3, 45 | walking on the waves of the sea. Hence Dionysius says (Ep. 62 3, 45 | agility in walking on the sea, and of subtlety in ~coming 63 3, 46 | with a rod ~divided the sea, overthrew Pharaoh and saved 64 3, 55 | seventh time was by the sea of Tiberias at the capture 65 3, 63 | not ~the earth, nor the sea, nor the trees, till we 66 3, 66 | the crossing of the Red Sea": which was a figure of 67 3, 66 | in the cloud and ~in the sea." And again he mentions " 68 3, 70 | in the cloud, and in the sea": but ~not that they were 69 3, 70 | the crossing of the Red Sea, rather than ~circumcision, 70 3, 70 | the crossing of the Red ~Sea were indeed figures of our 71 3, 70 | water, signified by the Red Sea; and of the Holy Ghost, 72 3, 72 | in the cloud and in the sea; and did all eat the same 73 3, 73 | the passage of the Red Sea was a figure of Baptism, ~ 74 3, 73 | in the cloud and in ~the sea." But the immolation of 75 3, 73 | the ~passage of the Red Sea, and the Manna came after 76 3, 74 | anyone be baptized in the sea, the entire sea-water ~is 77 3, 80 | in the cloud and in the sea," and that ~"they did eat . . . 78 3, 81 | walked dryshod upon the sea; clarity, in the Transfiguration; 79 3, 84 | for those who cross the sea is to be safeguarded ~in 80 3, 86 | into the depths of the sea" (Ps. 67:23).~Aquin.: SMT 81 Suppl, 47| kind, for if ~he be on the sea, he will throw his merchandise 82 Suppl, 52| over the ~fishes of the sea," but not that he should 83 Suppl, 69| followed me by land and sea in order to ~abide with 84 Suppl, 72| raising their heads above the sea, roar ~at one another contentiously; 85 Suppl, 72| have passed away and the sea is no more." Now the heaven 86 Suppl, 72| Civ. Dei xx, 18); and the sea ~denotes the gathering together 87 Suppl, 72| the ebb ~and flow of the sea, and the disturbances of 88 Suppl, 72| it is stated: ~"And the sea is no more," by the sea 89 Suppl, 72| sea is no more," by the sea we may understand the present 90 Suppl, 72| De Civ. Dei xx, 13): "The sea gave up ~the dead that were 91 Suppl, 72| in it." If, however, the sea be taken literally we ~must 92 Suppl, 72| must reply that by the sea two things are to be understood, 93 Suppl, 72| movement of the waves. The sea will remain, not as to this 94 Suppl, 73| even as He commanded the sea and the storm ceased (Mt. ~ 95 Suppl, 88| night: Who stirreth up the sea, and the waves ~thereof 96 Suppl, 88| the laws of day and of the sea waves, which result from ~ 97 Suppl, 94| into the ~heart of the sea," says, "i.e. into hell,"


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