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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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events

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | and foresight of future events are perceived the more ~ 2 1, 19 | relation to some contingent ~events on this earth, owing to 3 1, 25 | is the present course of events produced by God ~from any 4 1, 25 | this present course ~of events through the order of the 5 1, 25 | that no other course of events could happen. Wherefore ~ 6 1, 57 | that the angels know future events. For angels are ~mightier 7 1, 57 | some men know many future events. ~Therefore much more do 8 1, 57 | angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~sign of 9 1, 57 | angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 10 1, 57 | cause. And thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~ 11 1, 57 | will ~rise tomorrow. But events which proceed from their 12 1, 57 | manner of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, and 13 1, 57 | future issue thereof. But ~events which proceed from their 14 1, 57 | such as casual and chance events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 15 1, 57 | 2~In another way future events are known in themselves. 16 1, 57 | not merely to know those events ~which happen of necessity, 17 1, 57 | even casual ~and chance events; for God sees all things 18 1, 58 | that the angels know future events. For angels are ~mightier 19 1, 58 | some men know many future events. ~Therefore much more do 20 1, 58 | angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~sign of 21 1, 58 | angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 22 1, 58 | cause. And thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~ 23 1, 58 | will ~rise tomorrow. But events which proceed from their 24 1, 58 | manner of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, and 25 1, 58 | future issue thereof. But ~events which proceed from their 26 1, 58 | such as casual and chance events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 27 1, 58 | 2~In another way future events are known in themselves. 28 1, 58 | not merely to know those events ~which happen of necessity, 29 1, 58 | even casual ~and chance events; for God sees all things 30 1, 78 | as far as it regards past events, is preserved in ~the intellect, 31 1, 85 | present which in the course of events is future, ~forasmuch as 32 1, 85 | the knowledge of future events; or, by the influence of ~ 33 1, 85 | bodies cause many ~future events, the imagination receives 34 1, 85 | certain images of some such ~events. These images are perceived 35 1, 93 | men, ~future contingent events, and some individual facts, 36 1, 93 | and of future contingent events, as stated above (A[3]). 37 1, 101| believe in the truth of the events narrated as having there ~ 38 1, 101| called in ~view of future events; because, after eating of 39 1, 115| refer to a higher cause such events ~which by luck or chance 40 2, 14 | consultation about future events; ~which, however, are not 41 2, 14 | consulting about future events, in so far as man is induced 42 2, 14 | the knowledge of future events.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[14] A[ 43 2, 95 | the abstract and of future events; whereas ~those who sit 44 2, 106| teach them about all future events: for ~this did not regard 45 2, 86 | parents: ~wherefore in both events their vows are without force. 46 2, 87 | we assert present or past events, and this is ~termed a " 47 2, 93 | seek to ~foreknow future events; and this belongs to divination. 48 2, 93 | the foretelling of future events: and this is manifestly 49 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future ~events that occur of necessity 50 2, 93 | knowledge of ~other future events, but only vain inventions 51 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future events in temporal matters. On 52 2, 93 | many things about future events.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 53 2, 93 | many things about future events.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 54 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future events, by means of some counsel 55 2, 93 | means whereby some ~future events may be known beforehand. 56 2, 93 | foreknowledge of future events acquired by ~observing the 57 2, 93 | are the effect of ~future events; nor again can they be ascribed 58 2, 93 | casual or fortuitous future events, or to know with certitude 59 2, 93 | not the ~cause of future events: wherefore the future cannot 60 2, 93 | to which ~certain future events are due. Yet in this matter 61 2, 94 | require that ~precedent events should be signs of subsequent 62 2, 94 | but as ~signs of future events, good or evil. Nor do they 63 2, 94 | consider a presage of future events as ~proceeding from its 64 2, 162| God foreknows all future events, Divine providence has so 65 2, 169| extends not only to future events relating to man, but also 66 2, 169| things pertaining to future events, according to Is. 47:9, " 67 2, 169| that revelation of ~future events belongs most properly to 68 2, 169| contingency of future singular ~events, because that knowledge 69 2, 170| former can be about any events whatever, and this infallibly; 70 2, 170| foreknowledge of future events, ~except as these are foreknown 71 2, 171| Cf. FP, Q[15]] of future events. But this is altogether ~ 72 2, 172| precognition of ~future events in themselves, and in this 73 2, 172| connection with future ~events, whether as in themselves, 74 3, 5 | another that ~historical events were related in very truth 75 3, 82 | account, because miraculous events are not subject to ~human 76 3, 83 | the representation ~of the events connected with our Lord' 77 Suppl, 9| Therefore ~in such a case at all events the confession need not


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