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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | others also may receive instruction in these ~matters. Hence 2 1, 12 | i, 8), "The lessons of instruction can only be ~seen as it 3 1, 83 | the act ~of sensation - by instruction or discovery, to the act 4 1, 93 | of the body, but also by ~instruction and government. Hence, as 5 1, 106 | when the disciples ask ~instruction from the master.~Aquin.: 6 1, 112 | children are not capable of instruction as soon as ~they are born, 7 1, 112 | ordained to enlightenment by instruction, ~as to its ultimate and 8 1, 116 | clear in one who learns (by instruction). For ~in every man there 9 1, 116 | certain helps ~or means of instruction, which his intellect can 10 2, 4 | preparation to it: thus instruction is necessary ~for science. 11 2, 22 | kind of yet more Godlike instruction; not ~only by learning Divine 12 2, 37 | tribulation of murmuring Thy instruction was with ~them." But the 13 2, 99 | becomingly, so that ~the instruction is based on principles more 14 2, 100 | for an inheritance." But instruction is ~in contradistinction 15 2, 100 | unless he be helped by Divine instruction; such as ~the articles of 16 2, 100 | human reason needs Divine instruction, whereby we are taught about ~ 17 2, 100 | the people through the instruction of men who are versed through 18 2, 100 | are versed through the ~instruction of men who are versed in 19 2, 112 | perfect angels or men, by ~instruction, and not by justifying them 20 2, 1 | necessary at the time for the instruction of the people, ~either openly 21 2, 1 | people need more careful instruction about the truth of ~faith, 22 2, 10 | him to give ~him fuller instruction in the faith.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 25 | of grace, namely, moral instruction. For in ~this matter, a 24 2, 30 | includes both advice and instruction.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 25 2, 30 | to supply this ~defect by instruction. In doing this however we 26 2, 50 | beneath them": wherefore the instruction which they receive from ~ 27 2, 63 | a master his slave that ~instruction may be enforced by correction.~ 28 2, 93 | unlawful to make use of divine instruction. Now men are instructed 29 2, 93 | divine providence for his ~instruction. In like manner Eliezer 30 2, 94 | namely, by discovery and instruction, the consequence ~is that 31 2, 94 | apply those deeds to ~our instruction, as signs given by God. 32 2, 95 | him alone, but ~for the instruction of the whole people. Hence 33 2, 160 | ear, thou shalt receive ~instruction." The other knowledge of 34 2, 169 | prophets ~declare for the instruction of others, the things they 35 2, 169 | that are ~necessary for the instruction of the faithful; yet not 36 2, 175 | the word pertains ~to the instruction of men among whom the difference 37 2, 183 | ignorance by sufficient instruction. Again, if he owed his ~ 38 2, 184 | need to be placed under the instruction and command of someone ~ 39 2, 184 | to another's command and ~instruction by obedience: and consequently 40 2, 186 | some are occupied with the instruction of the ~brethren and the 41 2, 187 | and Cassian has the same ~instruction (De Inst. Caenob. iv, 3). 42 3, 15 | this affection for our instruction, i.e. in order to teach 43 3, 21 | incompetent, but for our instruction. ~First, that He might show 44 3, 21 | fulfilment, but for our ~instruction, it was His will to make 45 3, 30 | But one needs no further instruction concerning what one ~believes 46 3, 30 | Consequently she required instruction in this matter.~Aquin.: 47 3, 38 | the baptism of Christ, as instruction in the faith profits the ~ 48 3, 40 | Christ's action is our instruction. And therefore, in order ~ 49 3, 42 | made more manifest in the ~instruction of those who, like the Gentiles, 50 3, 44 | soul - namely, for man's instruction. Hence Chrysostom says on 51 3, 51 | seem to ~pertain to our instruction - as that He was buried " 52 3, 53 | Para. 2/5~Secondly, for our instruction in the faith, since our 53 3, 53 | Resurrection was ~necessary for the instruction of our faith. But our faith 54 3, 53 | deemed necessary for the instruction of our ~faith. And a task 55 3, 55 | permitted to give familiar instruction to some privately. ~And 56 3, 55 | suitable for the apostles' instruction ~that He should not abide 57 3, 66 | Para. 3/4~Secondly, for the instruction of the faithful. Because 58 3, 67 | themselves instructed ~can give instruction. But even the uneducated 59 3, 68 | do ~not look for better instruction or fuller conversion. Secondly, 60 3, 71 | is capable of ~receiving instruction.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[71] A[ 61 3, 71 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Instruction is manifold. one leads to 62 3, 71 | the priests. A third is instruction in the mode ~of Christian 63 3, 71 | sponsors. A fourth is the ~instruction in the profound mysteries 64 3, 83 | the truths which belong to instruction in the faith ought ~rather 65 3, 83 | in the second place, the instruction of the faithful, ~because 66 3, 83 | A[3], ad 5). Now this instruction is given "dispositively," 67 3, 83 | OBJ 4: There is a twofold instruction in the Faith: the first 68 3, 83 | for ~catechumens, and such instruction is given in connection with 69 3, 83 | Baptism. ~The other is the instruction of the faithful who take 70 3, 83 | this ~sacrament; and such instruction is given in connection with 71 3, 83 | Catechumens begins," in which the instruction regarding the Faith is ~ 72 Suppl, 18| valid, on account of the instruction received, on account ~of 73 Suppl, 18| Christ's every action is our instruction. Now on some ~sinners He 74 Suppl, 21| man may be deprived of the instruction which he ought to ~have. 75 Suppl, 37| catechumens, and to the ~instruction of such persons the Order 76 Suppl, 37| Testament, since it contains no instruction about this ~sacrament except 77 Suppl, 56| no less efficacious than instruction of ~catechism for advancement 78 Suppl, 56| 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, the instruction given to the baptized by 79 Suppl, 56| preaching ~of the gospel and instruction, and not only from Baptism.~ 80 Suppl, 56| catechism; and consequently his instruction was directed to their ~spiritual 81 Suppl, 56| things, being nourishment and instruction: ~and consequently a person' 82 Suppl, 56| instruct the child. But instruction is not a sufficient cause 83 Suppl, 56| relationship not by reason of the ~instruction it is his duty to give, 84 Suppl, 65| also ~their rearing and instruction, by which means they receive 85 Suppl, 67| begetting, rearing, and instruction of the offspring. But ~all 86 Suppl, 67| procreation, nourishment, and ~instruction, until the offspring comes 87 Suppl, 67| namely ~the rearing and instruction of the child, for which 88 Suppl, 69| damned, and that for man's instruction and intimidation they be 89 Suppl, 69| but this is done for our instruction, that seeing their ~punishment 90 Suppl, 70| permission, either for the instruction or for the trial of the ~


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