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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foundation

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1 1, 1 | architect, I have laid the ~foundation" (1 Cor. 3:10). Again, in 2 1, 11 | privation of ~being has its foundation in being; which is not the 3 1, 23 | chose us in Him before the ~foundation of the world."~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 23 | Predestination has its foundation in the goodness of God as ~ 5 1, 24 | 2 Tim. 11:19: "The sure foundation ~of God standeth firm, having 6 1, 25 | the divine mercy is the foundation of all the divine works. 7 1, 25 | to it pertains the first foundation of all good ~things.~Aquin.: 8 1, 47 | a house differs from the foundation, not because it is made 9 1, 48 | a house differs from the foundation, not because it is made 10 1, 90 | of touch, ~which is the foundation of the other senses. For 11 1, 90 | sense of touch, which is the foundation of the other ~senses, is 12 1, 101 | truth of the narrative as a foundation of ~whatever spiritual explanation 13 2, 53 | engendering of a habit is a foundation of its increase.~Aquin.: 14 2, 58 | understanding of principles is the foundation on ~which the syllogism 15 2, 66 | universal, and as being its foundation: while liberality is greater ~ 16 2, 67 | written (1 Cor. 3:11): "Other foundation no man ~can lay, but that 17 2, 67 | Jesus Christ. Now if the foundation is removed, that which is 18 2, 67 | Reply OBJ 2: Faith is the foundation in as much as it is knowledge: ~ 19 2, 67 | knowledge is perfected, the foundation will be ~perfected also.~ 20 2, 68 | chiefly required as being the foundation, so to ~speak, of the perfection 21 2, 69 | its desire, on the solid foundation of the eternal ~inheritance, 22 2, 70 | if we consider it as the ~foundation, it has the aspect of being 23 2, 72 | beginning of sin is its foundation, as it ~were, in the sin 24 2, 76 | unbelief, which undermines the foundation of the spiritual ~edifice.~ 25 2, 89 | be built on a spiritual foundation. Now venial sins are ~something 26 2, 89 | something outside a spiritual foundation, even as false opinions 27 2, 89 | Some have understood the "foundation" to be dead faith, ~upon 28 2, 89 | built upon the spiritual ~foundation, as though they were laid 29 2, 89 | those who build "upon" the ~"foundation." And this foundation is 30 2, 89 | foundation." And this foundation is not dead faith, as some 31 2, 90 | law." But reason is the ~foundation not only of what is ordained 32 2, 94 | are based on one common foundation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 33 2, 4 | that "faith is the solid foundation of the believer, ~establishing 34 2, 4 | says that fortitude is the ~foundation of faith. Now the foundation 35 2, 4 | foundation of faith. Now the foundation precedes that which is founded ~ 36 2, 4 | but living faith is the foundation, as a ~gloss remarks on 37 2, 4 | charity that faith is the foundation: so that charity is the ~ 38 2, 4 | so that charity is the ~foundation yet more than faith is ( 39 2, 4 | more than faith is (for the foundation is the first part ~of a 40 2, 4 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: To be a foundation a thing requires not only 41 2, 4 | without charity cannot be the foundation: ~and yet it does not follow 42 2, 8 | which, in us, takes its ~foundation from faith. Now "faith is 43 2, 8 | understanding, since it is the foundation of ~the entire spiritual 44 2, 12 | since faith is the first foundation of things to be hoped for, ~ 45 2, 18 | the art of building is the foundation because that is where ~the 46 2, 19 | because it overthrows the foundation of the ~spiritual edifice. 47 2, 21 | more, ~to safeguard the foundation of the Law, therefore, after 48 2, 22 | virtues as their root ~and foundation, according to Eph. 3:17: " 49 2, 22 | charity." ~Now a root or foundation is not the form, but rather 50 2, 22 | Charity is compared to the foundation or root in so far as ~all 51 2, 22 | not in the sense that the foundation and root have the character 52 2, 25 | bestowed on us by God is the foundation of natural love, in virtue 53 2, 25 | has most to do with the foundation of that friendship: for, 54 2, 43 | architect, I have ~laid a foundation." On the other hand, he 55 2, 71 | His Godhead, which is the foundation of our faith. ~Wherefore 56 2, 116 | any man build upon this ~foundation," says (cf. St. Augustine, 57 2, 120 | thing to be set up is the foundation: and in the goodness ~of 58 2, 120 | as it were, to lay the foundation of religion, whereby man 59 2, 142 | shamefacedness lays the first foundation of ~temperance," by inspiring 60 2, 159 | Attend ~first of all to the foundation of humility." Now this would 61 2, 159 | imply that humility is the foundation of all virtue. Therefore 62 2, 159 | virtue is likened to the foundation, ~which is first laid before 63 2, 159 | humility is said to be the foundation of the spiritual edifice. 64 2, 159 | this sense faith is ~the foundation in a more excellent way 65 2, 160 | it, rase it, even ~to the foundation thereof," says that "by 66 2, 184 | perfection of charity the ~first foundation is voluntary poverty, whereby 67 3, 4 | Further, likeness is the foundation of the fittingness of the ~ 68 3, 8 | but also "Shepherd" and "Foundation." Now Christ did not retain ~ 69 3, 8 | glory"; nor the name of Foundation, according to Apoc. 21:14: ~" 70 3, 8 | members of the one Head and ~Foundation. Nevertheless, as Augustine 71 3, 18 | chose us in Him before the foundation of the ~world," although 72 3, 42 | build ~upon another man's foundation." Therefore much rather 73 3, 63 | 2 Tim. 2:19): "The sure foundation of God standeth firm, ~having 74 3, 63 | sign" must needs have ~some foundation. Now the relation signified 75 3, 68 | salvation; nor is it the foundation, but living faith alone, ~" 76 3, 73 | sacrament of Faith, which is the foundation of the spiritual ~life, 77 3, 76 | dimensions remain, which are ~the foundation of the other accidents, 78 3, 84 | Further, in a building the foundation takes the first, not the ~ 79 3, 84 | edifice, Penance is the foundation, ~according to Heb. 6:1: " 80 3, 84 | 1: "Not laying again the foundation of Penance from ~dead works"; 81 3, 84 | Penance cannot be called the foundation of the spiritual ~edifice 82 3, 84 | thereof; but it is the ~foundation in the second building which 83 3, 84 | is speaking there of the foundation of spiritual doctrine. ~ 84 3, 89 | Not laying again the foundation of Penance from dead works." 85 3, 90 | its essence: because the foundation, in a way, contains virtually 86 Suppl, 6 | Christ alone, Who is the foundation of the Church. Consequently, 87 Suppl, 29| sacraments belong to the foundation of the Law, ~wherefore their 88 Suppl, 72| sufficiently destroys this foundation (De Anima ii, ~2), where 89 Suppl, 74| thereto they might lay the foundation of the ~faith of the New 90 Suppl, 74| those who died ~after the foundation of the New. It must, however, 91 Suppl, 86| Now those who build on the foundation of faith, "gold, silver, ~ 92 Suppl, 86| Others, however, build on the foundation of ~faith, wood, hay, stubble [* 93 Suppl, 86| Because in unbelievers the ~foundation of faith is lacking, without 94 Suppl, 86| But ~believers in whom the foundation of faith remains, have at 95 Suppl, 96| question of those who have the foundation of the Christian faith. ~ 96 Suppl, 96| passage of the Apostle the foundation denotes ~formed faith, upon 97 Appen1, 2| thing, in one who has his ~foundation in Christ, which excess


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