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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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rests

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | against faith. Since faith ~rests upon infallible truth, and 2 1, 1 | probable. For our faith ~rests upon the revelation made 3 1, 36 | proceeds from that wherein it rests. But the ~Holy Ghost rests 4 1, 36 | rests. But the ~Holy Ghost rests in the Son; for it is said 5 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection rests on the idea of mission according 6 1, 46 | revelation, on ~which faith rests. Hence that the world began 7 1, 50 | clear that the objection rests on an equivocation.~Aquin.: 8 1, 53 | wherefrom." Therefore he rests there: ~since to be at rest 9 1, 60 | since natural affection rests upon natural unity, the 10 1, 60 | stated (A[4]), natural love rests ~upon natural union. Now 11 1, 66 | that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the authority of ~ 12 1, 66 | The teaching of Augustine rests on the opinion that the ~ 13 1, 70 | which having attained, it rests; this does not appear in 14 1, 73 | Reply OBJ 3: Even as God rests in Himself alone and is 15 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection rests on the idea of mission according 16 1, 47 | revelation, on ~which faith rests. Hence that the world began 17 1, 51 | clear that the objection rests on an equivocation.~Aquin.: 18 1, 54 | wherefrom." Therefore he rests there: ~since to be at rest 19 1, 61 | since natural affection rests upon natural unity, the 20 1, 61 | stated (A[4]), natural love rests ~upon natural union. Now 21 1, 67 | that, The empyrean heaven rests only on the authority of ~ 22 1, 67 | The teaching of Augustine rests on the opinion that the ~ 23 1, 71 | which having attained, it rests; this does not appear in 24 1, 72 | Reply OBJ 3: Even as God rests in Himself alone and is 25 1, 98 | nature, ~and what we believe rests on authority. Wherefore, 26 1, 111 | Him." This ~explanation rests on the opinion of the Platonists, 27 1, 112 | appointed to him. This ~rests upon the fact that the guardianship 28 2, 1 | contrary, That in which a man rests as in his last end, is master ~ 29 2, 2 | borne downwards ~and that it rests there. Consequently just 30 2, 3 | then the delighted will rests in the end ~when attained.~ 31 2, 25 | to that end; ~thirdly, it rests in the end, after having 32 2, 33 | pleasurable object, and rests therein, offering, as it 33 2, 34 | repose, whereby a thing ~rests in that which agrees with 34 2, 34 | instance, when a heavy ~body rests down below; and again an 35 2, 34 | repose, whereby a thing ~rests in that which disagrees 36 2, 34 | nature, as when a heavy body rests ~up aloft: so, in the moral 37 2, 34 | higher or lower appetite rests in that which is in accord 38 2, 34 | pleasure, whereby the appetite rests in that which is ~discordant 39 2, 34 | contrariety of the appetite that rests in something repugnant ~ 40 2, 34 | man is good, whose will rests in ~the true good: and that 41 2, 34 | that man evil, whose will rests in evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS 42 2, 35 | of the good loved, for it rests in possession of it. Since 43 2, 46 | kotos} [rancor] ~which never rests until it is avenged [*Eph. 44 2, 69 | affections of the soul ~that rests, by its desire, on the solid 45 2, 70 | things we know, when the will rests by rejoicing in them." ~ 46 2, 74 | person who delights in it, rests. ~Sometimes the action itself, 47 2, 88 | displace the stone that rests on it. Accordingly an act 48 2, 97 | dispense in a human law that ~rests upon his authority, so that, 49 2, 109 | enter into everlasting ~life rests with man's will. But what 50 2, 109 | with man's will. But what rests with our will, we can do 51 2, 111 | things as are within reason rests upon ~arguments; but the 52 2, 111 | of what is above reason rests on what is ~proper to the 53 2, 113 | the motion of ~the mover rests, is last. Now the motion 54 2, 113 | Reply OBJ 3: This objection rests on the manner of acting, 55 2, 114 | the merit of eternal life rests chiefly ~with charity.~Aquin.: 56 2, 114 | The impetration of prayer rests on mercy, whereas condign ~ 57 2, 114 | whereas condign ~merit rests on justice; hence a man 58 2, 2 | Further, man's salvation rests on God, according to Ps. 59 2, 30 | the will ~of the recipient rests reasonably, and not on that 60 2, 30 | not on that in which it rests when ~it is inordinate.~ 61 2, 81 | justice, whereas impetration ~rests on grace.~Aquin.: SMT SS 62 2, 106 | whom he takes vengeance and rests ~there, then his vengeance 63 2, 116 | hope, or to ~charity which rests in the beloved object, violence 64 2, 129 | when a man's appetite ~rests in honor itself, without 65 3, 1 | least, and He upon Whom rests the care ~of great things 66 3, 2 | argument "on the contrary" rests upon ~what is untrue - namely, 67 3, 11 | Reply OBJ 2: This reason rests upon discursion and comparison, 68 3, 11 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Our faith rests upon the First Truth; and 69 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: This argument rests on the necessity of compulsion 70 3, 46 | which the sense of sight ~rests, as, for instance, when 71 3, 49 | which the debt of punishment rests.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 72 3, 59 | primary authority of judging ~rests with God, nevertheless the 73 3, 75 | but by faith ~alone, which rests upon Divine authority. Hence, 74 3, 77 | cease, as when the carpenter rests, the ~hammer is moved no 75 Suppl, 88| has a place wherein it ~rests naturally, whereto it is


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