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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | other things that are put forward in this ~doctrine. Since 2 1, 1 | obscured. Therefore, to put forward divine truths by likening ~ 3 1, 1 | the prophets." But to put ~forward anything by means of similitudes 4 1, 1 | befitting Holy Writ to put forward divine and ~spiritual truths 5 1, 1 | which is not elsewhere put forward by the Scripture in its 6 1, 14 | many things by one, bring ~forward some examples, as, for instance, 7 1, 32 | Trinity some have ~brought forward a reason from the infinite 8 1, 32 | to prove the faith brings forward reasons which are not ~cogent, 9 1, 46 | Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute them. 10 1, 46 | Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason (Phys. viii, 11 1, 46 | of faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are not cogent, 12 1, 48 | his logical works, brings forward examples that ~in his time 13 1, 62 | still another, which we look forward to in the future, whereby " 14 1, 70 | 1:6), "The ~spirit goeth forward, surveying all places round 15 1, 47 | Empedocles and Plato, and brings forward reasons to ~refute them. 16 1, 47 | Hence ~Aristotle brings forward this reason (Phys. viii, 17 1, 47 | of faith, should ~bring forward reasons that are not cogent, 18 1, 49 | his logical works, brings forward examples that ~in his time 19 1, 63 | still another, which we look forward to in the future, whereby " 20 1, 71 | 1:6), "The ~spirit goeth forward, surveying all places round 21 1, 89 | the higher ~things lead forward the inferior - all these 22 2, 16 | ii, 22) that man "goes ~forward to the operation, and this 23 2, 19 | yet the erring reason puts forward its judgment as being true, ~ 24 2, 25 | movement begins in love, goes ~forward to desire, and ends in hope; 25 2, 31 | some other part ~is looked forward to as yet to be realized, 26 2, 59 | arguments which Tully brings forward ~in De Tusc. Quaest. iv 27 2, 66 | certain movement of stretching forward to the beloved. ~Therefore 28 2, 84 | that he frequently goes forward to other ~sins. But this 29 2, 93 | namely, whether what is put forward is true. In another way 30 2, 106 | Therefore we must look forward to another state, wherein 31 2, 106 | Nevertheless we are not to look ~forward to a state wherein man is 32 2, 106 | Hence we ~are not to look forward to another law corresponding 33 2, 113 | flight; ~your soul goes forward when you seek; your soul 34 2, 114 | a shining light, ~goeth forward and increaseth even to perfect 35 2, 1 | certain propositions are put forward on ~their own account, while 36 2, 1 | account, while others are put forward in order to manifest ~others. 37 2, 2 | reasons which are brought forward in support of the ~authority 38 2, 2 | of the reasons brought ~forward by philosophers or heretics 39 2, 23 | an act of charity goes forward in the way to God. Therefore 40 2, 26 | Tract. ix). Now ~hope looks forward to obtain something from 41 2, 27 | hope also, whereby we look forward to enjoy the Divine ~good, 42 2, 31 | witnesses ought to be brought ~forward?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 43 2, 31 | ought ~not to be brought forward. For secret sins ought not 44 2, 31 | xvi, 7). ~Now by bringing forward witnesses one makes known 45 2, 31 | not to bring ~witnesses forward before the public denunciation.~ 46 2, 31 | therefore ought ~one to bring forward witnesses to prove the secret 47 2, 31 | Further, witnesses are brought forward to prove something. But ~ 48 2, 31 | useless to ~bring witnesses forward in such cases.~Aquin.: SMT 49 2, 31 | witnesses should not be brought forward before the public ~denunciation.~ 50 2, 32 | according to the ~first forward course of the appetitive 51 2, 65 | sift the evidence brought forward, and ~discover its weak 52 2, 72 | name, wherefore he brings forward those evils especially about 53 2, 86 | Ecclesiasticus, which is put forward in the contrary ~sense, 54 2, 94 | these signs are brought forward, not on divine ~authority, 55 2, 121 | good hope." But hope looks forward to the future, which is ~ 56 2, 128 | namely continually advancing forward.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[130] A[ 57 2, 163 | order of nature he is ~moved forward to perfection by means of 58 2, 178 | step consists in going ~forward from sensible to intelligible 59 2, 183 | stranger. And whoever is put forward as an example to the lives 60 2, 184 | saying: "If the will ~be forward, it is accepted according 61 2, 184 | perfect, to which ~we look forward in the life to come; the 62 3, 31 | thus "Matthew, putting forward the royal personality of 63 3, 39 | those who are baptized go forward, not back. ~Therefore it 64 3, 39 | obtained grace we ~must look forward to be judged"; and this 65 3, 44 | point out that each ~step forward in the way of perfection 66 3, 45 | Moses and Elias are ~brought forward for many reasons." And, 67 3, 48 | from the arguments brought forward above all the fittingness 68 3, 55 | Consequently, the proofs brought forward for showing the ~condition 69 3, 59 | Therefore it is useless to look ~forward to a final Judgment.~Aquin.: 70 3, 69 | baptized who died ~then looked forward, with a sure hope, to enter 71 3, 69 | Baptism. But from that moment forward he is bound by his obligations." ~ 72 3, 87 | up the desire of going ~forward, or of removing the obstacles 73 3, Note| the Angelic Doctor moved forward to positions ~which directly 74 Suppl, 64| ignorance, the wife may put forward ~some motive, or allege 75 Suppl, 72| expectation of nature looks ~forward would seem to be natural. 76 Suppl, 85| the holy Fathers looked forward to the first coming, ~so 77 Suppl, 85| first coming, ~so do we look forward to the second. But the holy 78 Suppl, 85| numerous, that some looked forward to the coming of ~Antichrist 79 Suppl, 93| to which ~husbandry looks forward as the result of sowing


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