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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | foreknown is better than the ~predestined sinner. Now God loves more 2 1, 20 | Now God loves more the predestined sinner, since He ~wills 3 1, 20 | the divine will to ~the predestined sinner a greater good, the 4 1, 23 | places anything in the ~predestined?~(3) Whether to God belongs 5 1, 23 | whether, that is to ~say, the predestined are chosen?~(5) Whether 6 1, 23 | predestination; whether the predestined will ~infallibly be saved?~( 7 1, 23 | Whether the number of the predestined is certain?~(8) Whether 8 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether men are predestined by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 9 1, 23 | It seems that men are not predestined by God, for Damascene says ~( 10 1, 23 | merit or demerit is not predestined by God; and ~thus man's 11 1, 23 | creatures are ~not said to be predestined by God. Therefore neither 12 1, 23 | Therefore men are not predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 13 1, 23 | Therefore if man were predestined by God, since predestination 14 1, 23 | would be made known to each ~predestined; which is clearly false.~ 15 1, 23 | written (Rm. 8:30): "Whom He predestined, them He ~also called."~ 16 1, 23 | be properly said ~to be predestined; although improperly the 17 1, 23 | predestination whether one is ~predestined to life eternal from the 18 1, 23 | if so, those who were not predestined would despair; ~and security 19 1, 23 | beget negligence in the predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 20 1, 23 | predestination places anything in the predestined?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 21 1, 23 | place something in the ~predestined. For every action of itself 22 1, 23 | must be passion in the ~predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 23 1, 23 | on the text, "He who was predestined," etc. ~(Rm. 1:4): "Predestination 24 1, 23 | places something in the predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 25 1, 23 | predestination is something in the ~predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 26 1, 23 | needs be that it is in the predestined, and ~not in God; for whatever 27 1, 23 | predestines, ~and not in the predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 28 1, 23 | Predestination is not anything in the predestined; but ~only in the person 29 1, 23 | in ~a passive way in the predestined, but actively in God. The 30 1, 23 | Apostle ~(Rm. 8:30): "Whom He predestined, them He also called and 31 1, 23 | not put anything in the ~predestined. But its execution, which 32 1, 23 | predestination ~has to the predestined. But predestination is the 33 1, 23 | of the salvation ~of the predestined. Therefore reprobation will 34 1, 23 | the future life by ~the predestined - namely, glory - and of 35 1, 23 | Q[19], A[3]), that the predestined must necessarily be saved; 36 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the predestined are chosen by God? [*"Eligantur."]~ 37 1, 23 | OBJ 1: It seems that the predestined are not chosen by God. For ~ 38 1, 23 | exist. Therefore, some ~are predestined without election.~Aquin.: 39 1, 23 | Whom He foreknew, He ~also predestined." Again a gloss of Ambrose 40 1, 23 | But as He ~saved us, so He predestined that we should be saved. 41 1, 23 | it is possible that one predestined - e.g. Peter - may sin and 42 1, 23 | But He ~could have not predestined whom He hath predestined. 43 1, 23 | predestined whom He hath predestined. Therefore now He is ~able 44 1, 23 | Whether the number of the predestined is certain?~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 23 | seems that the number of the predestined is not certain. For a ~number 46 1, 23 | addition to the number of the predestined as it seems; for it is ~ 47 1, 23 | Therefore the number of the predestined is not certain.~Aquin.: 48 1, 23 | 13): "The number of ~the predestined is certain, and can neither 49 1, 23 | that, The number of the predestined is certain. Some have said ~ 50 1, 23 | to God the number of the predestined is certain, not only formally, ~ 51 1, 23 | that the number of the ~predestined is said to be certain to 52 1, 23 | Whence the number of ~the predestined is certain to God; not only 53 1, 23 | Concerning the number of all the predestined, some say that so many men ~ 54 1, 23 | but not the ~number of the predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 55 1, 23 | many species of things, or predestined ~so many, is according to 56 1, 23 | cause anyone to ~become predestined. Predestination therefore 57 1, 23 | Jacob was born, and he was ~predestined. Now his predestination 58 1, 23 | things were done or not, the predestined would attain, and ~the reprobate 59 1, 23 | prayers that anyone is ~predestined by God. As regards the latter, 60 1, 23 | salvation of a person is predestined by God in such a way, that ~ 61 1, 23 | salvation. Whence, the predestined must strive after good works 62 1, 24 | of God, ~by which He hath predestined to life those whom He foreknew."~ 63 1, 24 | 23], A[4]) ~that all the predestined are chosen by God to possess 64 1, 24 | conscription, therefore, of the predestined is called the book of life. 65 1, 24 | firmly remembers that He has predestined some to eternal life, is 66 1, 24 | the life of glory of the ~predestined?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 67 1, 24 | the life of ~glory of the predestined. For the book of life is 68 1, 24 | regard to ~the life of the predestined.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 69 1, 24 | glory; for those are not ~predestined who have grace and yet fail 70 1, 33 | 29: "Whom He foreknew and predestined to be made conformable to 71 1, 92 | Whom God foreknew, He also ~predestined to be made conformable to 72 1, 92 | Son." But all men ~are not predestined. Therefore all men have 73 2, 31 | Since we ignore who is ~predestined and who is not, charity 74 2, 81 | since they are heard for the predestined, but not for those who are ~ 75 2, 81 | brethren, has an effect in the predestined but not in the reprobate, ~ 76 2, 81 | cannot ~distinguish the predestined from the reprobate, as Augustine 77 2, 135| the grace of Christ, the ~predestined receive not only the possibility 78 3, 1 | Christ (Rm. 1:4): "Who was predestined the Son of God in power." ~ 79 3, 1 | prayers of others, so also He predestined the work ~of the Incarnation 80 3, 8 | the ~world, who are not predestined, who, however, on their 81 3, 20 | adopted Him and that He predestined Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[20] 82 3, 63 | not imply anything in the predestined, but ~only in God predestinating, 83 3, 89 | to be saints," viz. the predestined, who, however often they


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