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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | Metaph. xii, 51), after showing God to be intelligent, that 2 1, 25 | Hath not God', etc.] by showing those things to ~be possible 3 1, 32 | established principle, by ~showing the congruity of its results, 4 1, 36 | out devils" (Mt. 12:28), showing that He cast ~out devils 5 1, 39 | repudiates (De Trin. vi, 2), showing that the Father is wise, ~ 6 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: The Father's "showing" and the Son's "hearing" 7 1, 43 | visible creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole Trinity. 8 1, 70 | viii, text. 42,43), after showing that ~the first mover is 9 1, 39 | repudiates (De Trin. vi, 2), showing that the Father is wise, ~ 10 1, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: The Father's "showing" and the Son's "hearing" 11 1, 43 | visible creature is an effect showing forth the ~whole Trinity. 12 1, 71 | viii, text. 42,43), after showing that ~the first mover is 13 1, 87 | which is proper to it, showing perfectly its power and ~ 14 1, 105 | either as the object or as showing ~the object. But he inclines 15 2, 3 | very essence of happiness, showing by what man is established 16 2, 32 | Spending gives pleasure as showing forth one's good. But in ~ 17 2, 61 | conquered by lust, after showing himself to be unconquered ~ 18 2, 107 | Lord fulfilled the Law by ~showing that the prohibition extended 19 2, 1 | either persuasive arguments ~showing that what is proposed to 20 2, 2 | remove obstacles to faith, by showing that what faith proposes ~ 21 2, 4 | establishing him in the truth, and showing forth the truth in him," 22 2, 24 | a man loves in ~deed by showing the one he loves signs and 23 2, 24 | accordingly apply this to the showing of the effects and signs ~ 24 2, 26 | wherefore the Philosopher, showing the difference between goodwill 25 2, 59 | insulting him, or even by showing ~respect for him; and of 26 2, 60 | but it is possible, by showing him deference, to undo its 27 2, 61 | Whether it takes place in showing honor?~(4) Whether it takes 28 2, 61 | of persons takes place in showing honor and respect?~Aquin.: 29 2, 61 | does not take place in ~showing honor and respect. For honor 30 2, 61 | sin to ~respect persons in showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 31 2, 61 | sin to respect persons in ~showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 32 2, 61 | sin to respect persons in showing honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 33 2, 61 | sin to respect persons in showing ~honor.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 34 2, 69 | seem to deserve praise for ~showing skill in his art, nevertheless 35 2, 79 | under an ~obligation of showing reverence to God. To these 36 2, 79 | unbecoming to employ them in showing reverence to God.~Aquin.: 37 2, 85 | the payment of tithe; thus showing a certain kindliness, lest ~ 38 2, 89 | i.e. of the Godhead, "showing ~forth and praising the 39 2, 90 | contrary to religion, through showing contempt of those things 40 2, 101 | corporal. For honor ~is showing reverence in acknowledgment 41 2, 101 | Philosopher (Ethic. i, 5). Now showing reverence is something ~ 42 2, 101 | is the primary motive for showing honor, in so far as one 43 2, 101 | likeness of God, yet in showing ~reverence to a person, 44 2, 104 | him for his kindness by showing him reverence and honor. 45 2, 109 | there may be hypocrisy in ~showing outwardly what one does 46 2, 122 | witness to the faith ~in showing by deed that he despises 47 2, 130 | known his excellence by showing that he ~is not inferior 48 2, 172 | sees someone speaking or showing something to him, since 49 2, 175 | human wisdom, but in the showing of the spirit and power."~ 50 2, 176 | wonder" or ~"prodigy," as showing something from afar [procul].~ 51 2, 183 | authority. For he should aim at showing himself to be more ~excellent 52 3, 8 | Hence, on 2 Thess. 2:4, "Showing himself as ~if he were God," 53 3, 8 | Hence, on 2 Thess. 2:4, "Showing himself ~as if he were God," 54 3, 36 | to them, had no idea of showing ~such great homage to such 55 3, 41 | set an example to us, by showing that the devil envies those ~ 56 3, 44 | diseases, yet He touched them, showing that His own flesh ~was 57 3, 46 | fourteenth day of the ~moon - "showing thereby that up to the last 58 3, 49 | hand of the Father and the showing forth of His Godhead, ~according 59 3, 51 | man is derogatory to God; showing ~Him to be not passible, 60 3, 55 | them ~with great power, "showing Himself to them alive after 61 3, 55 | proofs were insufficient for showing the ~quality of Christ's 62 3, 55 | proofs were sufficient for showing that the Resurrection was ~ 63 3, 55 | which ~He had before, by showing them the scars of the wounds; 64 3, 55 | they were in His ~presence, showing thereby that He both saw 65 3, 55 | not suffice of itself for ~showing perfectly Christ's Resurrection, 66 3, 55 | proofs brought forward for showing the ~condition of glory, 67 3, 57 | Besides, we read of Him showing Himself to many holy people 68 3, 57 | 7:25. Because ~the very showing of Himself in the human 69 3, 61 | faith in His blood, to the showing ~of His justice . . . that 70 3, 66 | one of the four elements, showing Christ's ~body to be composed 71 3, 76 | namely, for the purpose of showing that Christ's body is truly 72 3, 78 | new one" by reason of its showing ~forth: yet it is called " 73 3, 84 | to many infirm, thereby showing, in these ~different men, 74 Suppl, 67| the ~sake of signifying or showing some Divine mystery, as 75 Suppl, 92| thereof, for reverence is the showing of honor which bears witness


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