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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unchangeable

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | substantial being ~of which is unchangeable; and yet with unchangeable 2 1, 10 | unchangeable; and yet with unchangeable being they have ~changeableness 3 1, 10 | the angels, who have an ~unchangeable being as regards their nature 4 1, 19 | will of God is entirely unchangeable. On this point ~we must 5 1, 19 | His knowledge are entirely unchangeable ~(Q[9], A[1]; Q[14], A[15]). 6 1, 19 | His will must be entirely ~unchangeable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 7 1, 19 | knowledge and will, which is ~unchangeable. Hence Gregory says (Moral. 8 1, 22 | of divine providence is unchangeable and certain, ~so far as 9 1, 41 | But the divine essence ~is unchangeable, and is not susceptive of 10 1, 42 | Hilary (De Trin. v), "The unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows 11 1, 42 | own nature in begetting an unchangeable subsisting God. So we ~understand 12 1, 76 | mixed body (since it is unchangeable), but only ~virtually: and 13 1, 77 | because the soul remains unchangeable, and is the virtual ~principle 14 1, 41 | But the divine essence ~is unchangeable, and is not susceptive of 15 1, 42 | Hilary (De Trin. v), "The unchangeable God, so to speak, ~follows 16 1, 42 | own nature in begetting an unchangeable subsisting God. So we ~understand 17 1, 75 | mixed body (since it is unchangeable), but only ~virtually: and 18 1, 76 | because the soul remains unchangeable, and is the virtual ~principle 19 1, 78 | of virtue, both true ~and unchangeable." And this is what we call 20 1, 78 | Since, therefore, ~the unchangeable rules which guide our judgment 21 1, 78 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Those unchangeable notions are the first practical ~ 22 1, 83 | that are ~necessary and unchangeable. But all bodies are mobile 23 1, 83 | but we both see it in the unchangeable truth which is above our ~ 24 1, 83 | above our ~minds." Now the unchangeable truth is contained in the 25 1, 83 | eternal types" or in the "unchangeable truth," as though the eternal ~ 26 1, 83 | through which we achieve the unchangeable truth of changeable ~things, 27 1, 91 | considered in itself, is ~quite unchangeable, since it has a potential 28 1, 92 | it ~sees it will see as unchangeable"; for in the Uncreated Word 29 1, 93 | on his mind a ray of the unchangeable truth, yet without ~bestowing 30 1, 102 | Providence is certain and ~unchangeable; because it is in accordance 31 1, 107 | Divine Essence, and in the unchangeable ~fruition of His goodness; 32 1, 115 | Where is it?~(3) Is it unchangeable?~(4) Are all things subject 33 1, 115 | Para. 1/1~Whether fate is unchangeable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 34 1, 115 | It seems that fate is not unchangeable. For Boethius says (De ~ 35 1, 115 | OBJ 3: Further, if fate is unchangeable, what is subject to fate 36 1, 115 | Consol. iv) that fate is an ~unchangeable disposition.~Aquin.: SMT 37 1, 115 | since it is derived from an unchangeable Providence must ~also itself 38 1, 115 | Providence must ~also itself be unchangeable."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] 39 1, 115 | and God alone is truly unchangeable, as stated above (Q[9], ~ 40 2, 1 | For before ~all else the unchangeable good seems to be the last 41 2, 1 | some ~turn away from the unchangeable good, by sinning. Therefore 42 2, 4 | that they cannot ~see the Unchangeable Substance, as the blessed 43 2, 31 | whereas if it be altogether ~unchangeable, the delight therein will 44 2, 32 | any thing, whose nature is unchangeable; the ~natural mode of whose 45 2, 32 | pleasures regard things that are unchangeable. Moreover movement ~becomes 46 2, 49 | changed, in that they have unchangeable causes, e.g. sciences ~and 47 2, 91 | understood to be otherwise than unchangeable ~and eternal."~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 93 | eternal law, which is the ~unchangeable truth, as Augustine says ( 49 2, 94 | according to time, but remains unchangeable."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] A[ 50 2, 94 | natural law is altogether ~unchangeable in its first principles: 51 2, 97 | nothing ~can be absolutely unchangeable in things that are subject 52 2, 97 | law cannot be altogether unchangeable.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 53 2, 100 | which they contain, are unchangeable: but as to any ~determination 54 2, 102 | life which is altogether ~unchangeable. For this reason it is said 55 2, 113 | Divine act, is ~eternal and unchangeable; whereas, as regards the 56 2, 18 | have ~acquired, with an unchangeable love, without doubt, if 57 2, 27 | love of God, Whose good is unchangeable, since He is His ~goodness, 58 2, 29 | degrees among men are not unchangeable as among angels, because 59 2, 41 | alone, Whose goodness is unchangeable, for ~though they adhere 60 2, 55 | that which is natural is unchangeable, and ~is the same for all. 61 2, 55 | natural to one whose nature is unchangeable, ~must needs be such always 62 2, 56 | is constant, since it is ~unchangeable. Therefore it is needless 63 2, 81 | him. But God's mind is ~unchangeable and inflexible, according 64 2, 87 | necessity, and has become unchangeable, wherefore the ~dispensation 65 2, 89 | words, both because He is unchangeable, and ~because He is supremely 66 2, 135 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Unchangeable persistence may belong to 67 2, 135 | to its ~subject: and thus unchangeable persistence is consequent 68 2, 169 | the issue of things with ~unchangeable truth." Now issues pertain 69 2, 169 | foreknowledge," does not by its ~unchangeable truth exclude the contingency 70 2, 170 | prophecy is "according to the unchangeable truth" [*Q[171], A[3], ~ 71 2, 171 | foreknown by the prophets "with ~unchangeable truth." Now future contingencies 72 2, 178 | about incorruptible and unchangeable ~things; secondly, because 73 2, 182 | to nature is," in a way, "unchangeable" [*Ethic. v, ~7], inasmuch 74 3, 3 | order to its eternal and unchangeable perfection; ~for the craftsman 75 3, 6 | xviii): "The invisible ~and unchangeable Truth took a soul by means 76 3, 6 | that "the invisible and unchangeable Truth assumed the soul ~ 77 3, 19 | adds: "He is ~truly the unchangeable God, and God's Word by the 78 3, 31 | thereby, for He is utterly unchangeable. Wherefore Augustine says ~( 79 3, 44 | nature incorruptible and unchangeable, as ~is proved De Coelo 80 3, 44 | established by God alone ~in an unchangeable order. This is what Dionysius 81 3, 57 | Himself, because He is utterly unchangeable, according to Malachi ~3: 82 3, 58 | inasmuch as He abides eternally unchangeable in the Father's ~bliss, 83 3, 59 | Relig. ~xxxi): "This is that unchangeable Truth, which is rightly 84 3, 59 | death man enters into an ~unchangeable state as to all that concerns 85 3, 59 | the body it enters into an unchangeable condition, and ~receives 86 Suppl, 41| vii) "human nature is ~not unchangeable as the Divine nature is." 87 Suppl, 53| power of ~the sacraments is unchangeable, whereas human acts can 88 Suppl, 79| is caused by the soul's unchangeable ~enjoyment of God. Consequently 89 Suppl, 79| thoughts will not then be unchangeable," as Augustine says ~(De


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