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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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adopted

   Part, Question
1 1, 39 | which the Council of Nicaea adopted against the Arians, ~means 2 1, 68 | then, this explanation is adopted none of these opinions will 3 1, 39 | which the Council of Nicaea adopted against the Arians, ~means 4 1, 69 | then, this explanation is adopted none of these opinions will 5 1, 83 | consistent with faith, he adopted it: and those ~thing which 6 2, 114 | of the Divine ~Nature, is adopted as a son of God, to whom 7 2, 89 | this result is becomingly adopted in ~the divine praises. 8 2, 186 | day?" ~Nevertheless it is adopted in religious life as being 9 3, 20 | Him, e.g. that the Father adopted Him and that He predestined 10 3, 23 | it is proper to man to be adopted to the sonship of God?~( 11 3, 23 | Christ can be called the adopted Son?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 12 3, 23 | in regard to which he is adopted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 13 3, 23 | Christ's ~Father alone has adopted sons.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 14 3, 23 | this difference between an adopted son of God ~and the natural 15 3, 23 | God." Yet sometimes the adopted son is said to be ~begotten, 16 3, 23 | the rational nature to be adopted?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 17 3, 23 | the rational nature to be ~adopted. For God is not said to 18 3, 23 | rational ~creature to be adopted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 19 3, 23 | rational creature to be adopted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 20 3, 23 | belongs to all men. But to be adopted ~does not belong to every 21 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Adopted sons are the "heirs of God," 22 3, 23 | the rational nature to be adopted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] A[ 23 3, 23 | therefore clear that to be adopted belongs to the rational 24 3, 23 | Whether Christ as man is the adopted Son of God?~Aquin.: SMT 25 3, 23 | that Christ as man is the adopted Son of God. For ~Hilary 26 3, 23 | lowliness of the flesh'] is adopted." ~Therefore Christ as man 27 3, 23 | Therefore Christ as man is the adopted Son of God.~Aquin.: SMT 28 3, 23 | He would seem ~to be an adopted son.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 29 3, 23 | greater ~dignity to be an adopted son than to be a servant. 30 3, 23 | more is ~Christ, as man, an adopted Son.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 31 3, 23 | viii): "We do not call an ~adopted son a natural son: the natural 32 3, 23 | Christ, as Man, is not ~an adopted Son.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 33 3, 23 | can nowise be called an adopted Son.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[23] 34 3, 23 | Christ being called the adopted ~Son of God.~Aquin.: SMT 35 3, 23 | that "carnal ~humanity is adopted," the expression is metaphorical: 36 3, 23 | by habitual grace is an adopted son. Yet habitual grace 37 3, 23 | who was not a son to be an adopted son, but is a ~certain effect 38 3, 24 | befitting to Christ to be an adopted Son, as ~stated above (Q[ 39 3, 24 | are predestinated to be adopted sons. And just as Christ 40 3, 28 | closely than if he were adopted from another family. ~Consequently 41 3, 28 | be ~the father even of an adopted son not born of his wife."~ 42 3, 31 | him, ~but because he was adopted by him, since he says that 43 3, 32 | Ghost; so as to be ~the adopted sons of God, so was Christ 44 3, 39 | men are born again into adopted sons of God; since God's 45 3, 39 | declares us to have become the adopted sons of God." ~ 46 3, 40 | Whether He should have adopted a lowly state of life, or 47 3, 41 | after His baptism Christ adopted an austere ~form of life, 48 3, 57 | not abandon those whom He adopted," as Pope Leo says (De ~ 49 3, 65 | given above, is ~commonly adopted by all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 50 3, 74 | sacraments ~such matter is adopted as is commonly made use 51 3, 74 | stated ~above (A[3]), that is adopted as the matter of the sacraments 52 3, 80 | seems that the course to be adopted is either ~that the sinner 53 Suppl, 57| Now, sometimes the person adopted does not come under the ~ 54 Suppl, 57| necessarily lay up for ~his adopted child, since sometimes the 55 Suppl, 57| child, since sometimes the adopted does not inherit the ~goods 56 Suppl, 57| whether an older person adopted a younger, or a ~younger 57 Suppl, 57| difference of degree between adopted and ~adopter. Therefore 58 Suppl, 57| adopter. Therefore whoever is adopted, is adopted as a child; 59 Suppl, 57| Therefore whoever is adopted, is adopted as a child; and ~consequently 60 Suppl, 57| right to say that one may be adopted as a ~grandchild.~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 57| wherefore God is said to ~have adopted us as children through charity. 62 Suppl, 57| arrogatio," whereby the person ~adopted is placed under the power 63 Suppl, 57| adopter; and one who is thus ~adopted inherits from his adopted 64 Suppl, 57| adopted inherits from his adopted father if the latter die 65 Suppl, 57| adoption," and by this the adopted does not come under the 66 Suppl, 57| magistrate: and one who is thus adopted does not inherit ~the estate 67 Suppl, 57| certain subjection of the adopted to the adopter: and it is 68 Suppl, 57| but ~according to law the adopted person must be so much younger 69 Suppl, 57| just as someone may be adopted in place of a ~child, so 70 Suppl, 57| child, so may someone be adopted in place of a grandchild 71 Suppl, 57| inherit the estate, ~be adopted, he is adopted not as a 72 Suppl, 57| estate, ~be adopted, he is adopted not as a relative, but as 73 Suppl, 57| adoption ~which places the adopted under the care of the adopter.~ 74 Suppl, 57| directed. And since the adopted child dwells in the house 75 Suppl, 57| dwells in the house of ~his adopted father like one that is 76 Suppl, 57| adopting father ~and the adopted child?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 77 Suppl, 57| adopting father and the adopted child. For it would seem 78 Suppl, 57| the ~natural mother of the adopted, as happens in spiritual 79 Suppl, 57| besides the adopter and adopted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 80 Suppl, 57| perpetual impediment between the adopted ~son and the naturally begotten 81 Suppl, 57| begotten daughter of the adopted; because when the ~adoption 82 Suppl, 57| the adopter, or when the adopted ~comes of age, the latter 83 Suppl, 57| adoptive ~father and the adopted child, the latter's child 84 Suppl, 57| the second is between the adopted child and the naturally 85 Suppl, 57| father ~and the wife of the adopted son, or contrariwise between 86 Suppl, 57| contrariwise between the adopted son ~and the wife of the 87 Suppl, 57| but only so long as the adopted person remains under the 88 Suppl, 57| the same time, whereas the adopted son does not. Hence ~no 89 Suppl, 57| certain authority over their ~adopted son and his wife, wherefore 90 Suppl, 57| Wherefore if a father be adopted the children and ~grandchildren 91 Suppl, 57| the power of the person adopted are adopted also.~ 92 Suppl, 57| of the person adopted are adopted also.~ 93 Suppl, 68| legitimate and not natural, as adopted children; ~some are neither


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