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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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omnipotence

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | in His works, unless ~His omnipotence and goodness were such as 2 1, 25 | God that He manifests His omnipotence ~"especially by sparing 3 1, 25 | difficult to explain in what His omnipotence precisely consists: for ~ 4 1, 25 | the scope of the divine ~omnipotence. For such cannot come under 5 1, 25 | cannot come under the divine omnipotence, not ~because of any defect 6 1, 25 | within the scope of divine ~omnipotence, because it cannot have 7 1, 25 | is not repugnant to His omnipotence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 8 1, 25 | which is repugnant to ~omnipotence. Therefore it is that God 9 1, 25 | cannot sin, because of His ~omnipotence. Nevertheless, the Philosopher 10 1, 25 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God's omnipotence is particularly shown in 11 1, 25 | In this way the divine omnipotence is particularly ~made manifest, 12 1, 25 | So it is clear ~that the omnipotence of God does not take away 13 1, 25 | under ~the scope of God's omnipotence anything that implies a 14 1, 26 | in place of power, He has omnipotence; for dignities, the ~government 15 1, 41 | co-equal Son, where is the omnipotence of God ~the Father?" Power 16 1, 42 | belongs to the Father's omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son 17 1, 42 | Himself, where would be the ~omnipotence of God the Father?" But 18 1, 42 | belongs to the ~Father's omnipotence; and hence He is not equal 19 1, 42 | So the Son has the same omnipotence as the ~Father, but with 20 1, 41 | co-equal Son, where is the omnipotence of God ~the Father?" Power 21 1, 42 | belongs to the Father's omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son 22 1, 42 | Himself, where would be the ~omnipotence of God the Father?" But 23 1, 42 | belongs to the ~Father's omnipotence; and hence He is not equal 24 1, 42 | So the Son has the same omnipotence as the ~Father, but with 25 2, 64 | to the immensity of His omnipotence and loving kindness. ~This 26 2, 1 | The Three ~Persons, the omnipotence of God, etc.], the mystery 27 2, 1 | providence, even as of His omnipotence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[8] 28 2, 1 | instance His ~providence and omnipotence, and that He alone is to 29 2, 1 | knowledge. Hence ~God's omnipotence includes, in a way, universal 30 2, 1 | For Arius believed in the omnipotence and eternity of the Father, 31 2, 1 | is included ~under God's omnipotence, like all other miracles 32 2, 13 | life, considering God's ~omnipotence and mercy. But if we consider 33 2, 13 | question on the part of God's ~omnipotence, not on that of the circumstances 34 2, 17 | received, but ~on God's omnipotence and mercy, whereby even 35 2, 17 | faith is ~certain of God's omnipotence and mercy.~Aquin.: SMT SS 36 2, 28 | to God: and therein His omnipotence is declared to be ~chiefly 37 2, 81 | comes to ~know of God's omnipotence and mercy, which are the 38 2, 176| cause whereof is the divine omnipotence which ~cannot be communicated 39 2, 176| because it proceeds from God's omnipotence on which faith ~relies. 40 3, 1 | Further, it belongs to the omnipotence of the Divine power to ~ 41 3, 3 | there still remains the omnipotence of God, by which the ~Incarnation 42 3, 13 | inquiry:~(1) Whether He had omnipotence simply?~(2) Whether He had 43 3, 13 | simply?~(2) Whether He had omnipotence with regard to corporeal 44 3, 13 | creatures?~(3) Whether He had omnipotence with regard to His own body?~( 45 3, 13 | body?~(4) Whether He had omnipotence as regards the execution 46 3, 13 | Whether the soul of Christ had omnipotence?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[13] A[ 47 3, 13 | that the soul of Christ had omnipotence. For ~Ambrose [*Gloss, Ord.] 48 3, 13 | since the Son of God had omnipotence from all eternity, it would 49 3, 13 | soul of Christ received omnipotence in time. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 50 3, 13 | being a creature, has not omnipotence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[13] A[ 51 3, 13 | And it is in this way that omnipotence flows, so to say, from the 52 3, 13 | being; and this is to have ~omnipotence; just as every other thing 53 3, 13 | it ~cannot possibly have omnipotence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[13] A[ 54 3, 13 | Person, the Man receives omnipotence in ~time, which the Son 55 3, 13 | omnipotent; not ~that the omnipotence of the Man is distinct ( 56 3, 13 | pertains to the nature of omnipotence; and, amongst other things, ~ 57 3, 13 | Whether the soul of Christ had omnipotence with regard to the ~transmutation 58 3, 13 | that the soul of Christ had omnipotence with regard ~to the transmutation 59 3, 13 | the soul ~of Christ had omnipotence with regard to the transmutation 60 3, 13 | the soul of Christ has ~omnipotence with regard to the transmutation 61 3, 13 | Therefore Christ's soul had omnipotence with regard to the ~transmutation 62 3, 13 | Therefore God alone has omnipotence ~with regard to the transmutation 63 3, 13 | the soul of Christ had not omnipotence with regard ~to the transmutation 64 3, 13 | Whether the soul of Christ had omnipotence with regard to His own body?~ 65 3, 13 | seem that Christ's soul had omnipotence with regard to ~His own 66 3, 13 | seems that Christ's soul had omnipotence with ~regard to the natural 67 3, 13 | therefore, had Christ's soul omnipotence with regard to His body. ~ 68 3, 13 | the principal agent, this omnipotence is attributed to the Word 69 3, 13 | Whether the soul of Christ had omnipotence as regards the execution 70 3, 13 | the soul of Christ had not omnipotence as ~regards the execution 71 3, 30 | instance of Elizabeth and the ~omnipotence of God. Therefore the Annunciation 72 3, 30 | the argument from Divine omnipotence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 73 3, 30 | added taken from ~the Divine omnipotence.~ 74 3, 46 | would be repugnant ~to His omnipotence. Therefore it was not necessary


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