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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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begot

   Part, Question
1 1, 32 | Trismegistus says: "The monad begot a ~monad, and reflected 2 1, 32 | Trismegistus says, "Monad begot monad," ~etc., this does 3 1, 33 | father of the rain? or who begot the drops of dew?" Of some, 4 1, 39 | that we can truly say "God begot God." For, as the ~logicians 5 1, 39 | essence. So when we say "God begot," this term "God" cannot 6 1, 39 | Further, if this be true, "God begot," because the Father ~generates; 7 1, 39 | OBJ 4: Further, if "God begot God," He begot either God, 8 1, 39 | if "God begot God," He begot either God, that is ~Himself, 9 1, 39 | it is false to ~say, "God begot God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 10 1, 39 | OBJ 5: Further, if "God begot God," He begot either God 11 1, 39 | if "God begot God," He begot either God who is the ~Father, 12 1, 39 | cannot be ~said that "God begot God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 13 1, 39 | This is false, "the Father begot God, that is Himself," ~ 14 1, 39 | Maxim.) that "God the Father begot another self [alterum se]," 15 1, 39 | and then it means "He ~begot another from Himself," or 16 1, 39 | it would really mean, "He begot another ~most like to Himself." 17 1, 39 | it is false to say, "He begot ~another God," because although 18 1, 39 | Yet this proposition "He begot another God" ~is tolerated 19 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 5: To say, "God begot God Who is God the Father," 20 1, 39 | that it would ~mean, "He begot God, Who is Himself the 21 1, 39 | proposition is true, "He begot God Who is not God the Father." 22 1, 39 | the meaning would be, "He ~begot God Who is God Who is the 23 1, 39 | that as we can say "God begot God," so we can say "Essence 24 1, 39 | so we can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering that, 25 1, 41 | Therefore if the ~Father begot the Son, not by the will, 26 1, 41 | seems to follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; and this 27 1, 41 | book, that, "the Father ~begot the Son neither by will, 28 1, 41 | be said that ~the Father begot the Son by will; as also 29 1, 41 | said the God the Father begot the Son, not ~by His will; 30 1, 41 | creature, said that ~the Father begot the Son by will, taking 31 1, 41 | must assert that the Father begot the Son, not ~by will, but 32 1, 41 | they said that the Father begot the Son in such a manner 33 1, 41 | nature, without beginning, begot the Son equal to ~Himself."~ 34 1, 39 | that we can truly say "God begot God." For, as the ~logicians 35 1, 39 | essence. So when we say "God begot," this term "God" cannot 36 1, 39 | Further, if this be true, "God begot," because the Father ~generates; 37 1, 39 | OBJ 4: Further, if "God begot God," He begot either God, 38 1, 39 | if "God begot God," He begot either God, that is ~Himself, 39 1, 39 | it is false to ~say, "God begot God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 40 1, 39 | OBJ 5: Further, if "God begot God," He begot either God 41 1, 39 | if "God begot God," He begot either God who is the ~Father, 42 1, 39 | cannot be ~said that "God begot God."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] 43 1, 39 | This is false, "the Father begot God, that is Himself," ~ 44 1, 39 | Maxim.) that "God the Father begot another self [alterum se]," 45 1, 39 | and then it means "He ~begot another from Himself," or 46 1, 39 | it would really mean, "He begot another ~most like to Himself." 47 1, 39 | it is false to say, "He begot ~another God," because although 48 1, 39 | Yet this proposition "He begot another God" ~is tolerated 49 1, 39 | Reply OBJ 5: To say, "God begot God Who is God the Father," 50 1, 39 | that it would ~mean, "He begot God, Who is Himself the 51 1, 39 | proposition is true, "He begot God Who is not God the Father." 52 1, 39 | the meaning would be, "He ~begot God Who is God Who is the 53 1, 39 | that as we can say "God begot God," so we can say "Essence 54 1, 39 | so we can say "Essence begot ~essence": considering that, 55 1, 41 | Therefore if the ~Father begot the Son, not by the will, 56 1, 41 | seems to follow that He begot ~Him by necessity; and this 57 1, 41 | book, that, "the Father ~begot the Son neither by will, 58 1, 41 | be said that ~the Father begot the Son by will; as also 59 1, 41 | said the God the Father begot the Son, not ~by His will; 60 1, 41 | creature, said that ~the Father begot the Son by will, taking 61 1, 41 | must assert that the Father begot the Son, not ~by will, but 62 1, 41 | they said that the Father begot the Son in such a manner 63 1, 41 | nature, without beginning, begot the Son equal to ~Himself."~ 64 1, 99 | parents, as long as they begot ~children, would not have 65 1, 100| human race. Therefore he begot children like ~himself, 66 2, 40 | commenting on Mt. 1:2, "Abraham begot Isaac, ~and Isaac begot 67 2, 40 | begot Isaac, ~and Isaac begot Jacob," says, i.e. "faith 68 2, 73 | for he outrages one who begot him, ~who fed him, who educated 69 2, 16 | written (Mt. 1:2): "Abraham begot Isaac," i.e. ~"Faith begot 70 2, 16 | begot Isaac," i.e. ~"Faith begot hope," according to a gloss.~ 71 2, 150| unmarried and Abraham who begot ~children." Now a greater 72 3, 7 | this text: "As the Father ~begot a full and perfect Word, 73 3, 23 | father of the rain? Or who ~begot the drops of dew?" Therefore 74 3, 29 | Further, on Mt. 1:16: "Jacob begot Joseph the husband of Mary," ~ 75 3, 31 | Matthew ~says that "Jacob begot Joseph, the husband of Mary": 76 3, 31 | 4 Kgs. 8:24) that Joram begot Ochozias, who was ~succeeded 77 3, 31 | Matthew says that Joram begot Ozias. Therefore it seems 78 3, 31 | at different times, each begot a son of one and the ~same 79 3, 31 | Wherefore Matthew ~says "Jacob begot Joseph": whereas Luke, who 80 3, 32 | seed, but like the man who ~begot him. And if the likeness 81 3, 35 | Mother of God, since she begot of her flesh the Word of 82 3, 75 | It is clear that a Virgin begot beyond the order of nature:


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