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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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uncreated

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | God, which is God, is an uncreated ~form." But a form is part 2 1, 15 | some say, he held to be ~uncreated and the concause with the 3 1, 18 | in that mind they have an uncreated being, but in themselves 4 1, 26 | even in this way, it ~is an uncreated thing.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 1, 33 | sense signifies the same as "uncreated"; and thus it applies to ~ 6 1, 33 | substance differ from the ~uncreated. In another sense it signifies 7 1, 39 | beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," and "immense" ~beings, 8 1, 39 | substantive sense, we say "one uncreated, immense, eternal ~being," 9 1, 41 | of ~participation of the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also 10 1, 44 | corporeal substance itself was uncreated, they assigned ~certain 11 1, 44 | latter they imagined to be uncreated, and when they ~perceived 12 1, 47 | matter only; hence the uncreated image, which is perfect, 13 1, 48 | blindness, or something ~uncreated, as by being deprived of 14 1, 48 | the creature ~forfeits its uncreated good. But the evil of fault 15 1, 48 | is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; for it is opposed 16 1, 58 | by the ~angel through the uncreated Word, and through an innate 17 1, 62 | self-subsisting, except the uncreated ~beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 62 | perfect union with the uncreated good, such as is the union 19 1, 65 | being presupposed ~either uncreated or created. Hence it remains 20 1, 39 | beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," and "immense" ~beings, 21 1, 39 | substantive sense, we say "one uncreated, immense, eternal ~being," 22 1, 41 | of ~participation of the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also 23 1, 45 | corporeal substance itself was uncreated, they assigned ~certain 24 1, 45 | latter they imagined to be uncreated, and when they ~perceived 25 1, 48 | matter only; hence the uncreated image, which is perfect, 26 1, 49 | blindness, or something ~uncreated, as by being deprived of 27 1, 49 | the creature ~forfeits its uncreated good. But the evil of fault 28 1, 49 | is properly opposed to ~uncreated good; for it is opposed 29 1, 59 | by the ~angel through the uncreated Word, and through an innate 30 1, 63 | self-subsisting, except the uncreated ~beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 63 | perfect union with the uncreated good, such as is the union 32 1, 66 | being presupposed ~either uncreated or created. Hence it remains 33 1, 83 | participated likeness ~of the uncreated light, in which are contained 34 1, 87 | understand the essence of the uncreated substance. Hence it must ~ 35 1, 92 | representation in them of the ~uncreated Trinity. For as to the likeness 36 1, 92 | disposition. Likewise ~as the uncreated Trinity is distinguished 37 1, 92 | there exists an image of the uncreated Trinity, by a certain ~representation 38 1, 92 | unchangeable"; for in the Uncreated Word are the ~types of all 39 1, 114 | the ~corporeal, and the uncreated nature on the created. Nevertheless 40 2, 3 | Whether happiness is something uncreated?~(2) If it be something 41 2, 3 | Whether happiness is something uncreated?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[1] 42 2, 3 | that happiness is something uncreated. For Boethius ~says (De 43 2, 3 | contrary, Nothing made is uncreated. But man's happiness is ~ 44 2, 3 | happiness ~is not something uncreated. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[3] A[ 45 2, 3 | then, man's last end is the uncreated good, namely, God, Who alone 46 2, 3 | object, then it is something uncreated; but if we ~consider it 47 2, 3 | they are ~united to the Uncreated Good: and this operation 48 2, 3 | his being united to the Uncreated Good, Which is ~his last 49 2, 11 | not ~enjoyment, but the uncreated good alone, which is God. 50 2, 64 | perfect them in relation to an uncreated rule and ~measure. Wherefore 51 2, 43 | These words refer to the Uncreated Wisdom, which in the ~first 52 2, 81 | receiving ~is becoming also to uncreated Persons, viz. the Son and 53 2, 92 | given to the most high uncreated God alone, as stated above ( 54 3, 1 | fitting that the ~highest uncreated spirit should assume a body.~ 55 3, 1 | goodness. For God, Who is uncreated, immutable, and incorporeal, ~ 56 3, 2 | of a Divine Person ~is an uncreated and self-subsisting unity, 57 3, 3 | this is impossible, for the Uncreated ~cannot be comprehended 58 3, 4 | which is no other than the uncreated suppositum, the Person ~ 59 3, 7 | inheritance, which is the uncreated beatitude through the ~uncreated 60 3, 7 | uncreated beatitude through the ~uncreated act of knowledge and love 61 3, 9 | knowledge in comparison with the uncreated knowledge of God is as ~ 62 3, 9 | Divine knowledge by an ~uncreated operation which is the very 63 3, 9 | Man is blessed with the uncreated ~beatitude, even as by the 64 3, 9 | is God; yet besides the uncreated ~beatitude it was necessary 65 3, 9 | as stated above. But the uncreated knowledge is in every ~way 66 3, 9 | besides the Divine ~and uncreated knowledge in Christ, there 67 3, 10 | remained unconfused, i.e. "the uncreated ~remained uncreated, and 68 3, 10 | the uncreated ~remained uncreated, and the created remained 69 3, 10 | created would equal the uncreated, which is ~impossible.~Aquin.: 70 3, 10 | of cognition, since the uncreated light of ~the Divine intellect 71 3, 16 | proper to God, since God ~is uncreated, immutable, and eternal, 72 3, 16 | the human nature (as to be uncreated and ~omnipotent), is nowise 73 3, 16 | creature and that he ~is uncreated and Creator.~Aquin.: SMT 74 3, 16 | is called created and ~uncreated, passible and impassible." 75 3, 16 | hypostasis," i.e. of Christ, "is uncreated in its Godhead and created ~ 76 3, 16 | in Christ is eternal and uncreated, this ~will be false: "Christ 77 3, 16 | created and the suppositum uncreated, ~therefore, although it 78 3, 16 | Nature, in which He has an uncreated being. Hence it does ~not 79 3, 17 | Divine being, since this is ~uncreated. Therefore in Christ there 80 3, 23 | there is no other than ~the uncreated person or hypostasis, to 81 3, 25 | honor on account of His ~uncreated knowledge, and another on 82 3, 52 | grave is not a part of the ~uncreated Person, but of the assumed 83 3, 78 | power of the Holy Ghost ~is uncreated. Therefore this sacrament 84 Suppl, 87| that the ~vision of the uncreated light will give them pain 85 Suppl, 89| cannot attain to be an uncreated essence, it is impossible 86 Suppl, 89| intellect is made to be an uncreated essence. ~Wherefore Chrysostom 87 Suppl, 89| can the creature see ~the uncreated?" Those who hold the passive 88 Suppl, 89| it to be united to the uncreated substance in the aforesaid 89 Suppl, 89| seeing the other. But in the uncreated ~mirror a thing is seen 90 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 11: The uncreated good surpasses all created 91 Suppl, 93| goodness on an act as can the uncreated end, when, to wit, an act ~


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