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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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advance

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | the rational ~creature's advance towards God; (3) Of Christ, 2 1, 44 | something of that kind. An advance was made when ~they understood 3 1, 46 | an ~infinite variety of advance and decay. Hence Aristotle 4 1, 58 | that is to say, ~as they advance from one known thing to 5 1, 62 | entering into glory, could they advance farther?~Aquin.: SMT FP 6 1, 62 | Whether the beatified angels advance in beatitude?~Aquin.: SMT 7 1, 62 | the beatified angels can advance in beatitude. ~For charity 8 1, 62 | to merit thereby, ~nor to advance to beatitude. It remains, 9 1, 62 | angels ~can merit, and can advance in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 62 | place not to be able to advance. But the angels are not 11 1, 62 | angels can ~neither merit nor advance in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 76 | qualities. ~And the higher we advance in the nobility of forms, 13 1, 45 | something of that kind. An advance was made when ~they understood 14 1, 47 | an ~infinite variety of advance and decay. Hence Aristotle 15 1, 59 | that is to say, ~as they advance from one known thing to 16 1, 63 | entering into glory, could they advance farther?~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 63 | Whether the beatified angels advance in beatitude?~Aquin.: SMT 18 1, 63 | the beatified angels can advance in beatitude. ~For charity 19 1, 63 | to merit thereby, ~nor to advance to beatitude. It remains, 20 1, 63 | angels ~can merit, and can advance in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 21 1, 63 | place not to be able to advance. But the angels are not 22 1, 63 | angels can ~neither merit nor advance in beatitude.~Aquin.: SMT 23 1, 75 | qualities. ~And the higher we advance in the nobility of forms, 24 1, 78 | truth: and to ~reason is to advance from one thing understood 25 1, 78 | truth, have no need to ~advance from one thing to another; 26 1, 89 | 4~Then a further step in advance was made, and some surmised 27 1, 93 | order that ~his soul may advance in knowledge and merit; 28 1, 93 | revelation; as the angels advance ~by further enlightenment. 29 1, 93 | is no comparison between advance ~in knowledge and advance 30 1, 93 | advance ~in knowledge and advance in merit; since one man 31 1, 94 | but not sufficient to ~advance." But whoever has grace 32 1, 94 | But whoever has grace can advance by merit. Therefore the 33 1, 94 | was created that he could advance ~by merit, but by virtue 34 1, 95 | would have made a greater ~advance in virtue and knowledge 35 1, 107 | because they will not ~advance any more in knowledge. Therefore 36 1, 113 | into sin: but he cannot ~advance in merit without the Divine 37 2, 1 | by means of which man may advance towards this ~end, or stray 38 2, 3 | life, it is otherwise; we advance from the ~perfection of 39 2, 67 | things of the same kind can advance from imperfection to ~perfection 40 2, 91 | things, and would hinder ~the advance of the common good, which 41 2, 97 | natural to human reason to advance gradually from ~the imperfect 42 2, 102 | expiate their vices should advance in virtue, ~until they come 43 2, 23 | happiness. In this way we advance as we get nigh to God, Who 44 2, 23 | could not, all further advance along the way would cease. 45 2, 23 | fervent love, ~and strives to advance in charity, and then his 46 2, 23 | form, but if any further advance is made, another form is 47 2, 26 | disposed by certain things to advance in ~His love, for instance, 48 2, 76 | for He wishes us ~ever to advance in the goods which we receive 49 2, 81 | that they may persevere and advance in ~holiness. Yet those 50 2, 128 | for a man to endeavor to advance towards perfect ~virtue. 51 2, 134 | the goods whereby he may advance to better things." ~It is 52 2, 150 | multiply in body, but also to advance spiritually. Wherefore sufficient ~ 53 2, 172 | Therefore prophecy did ~not advance in degree as time went on.~ 54 2, 179 | being ~purified one may advance to the contemplation of 55 2, 185 | manifest heresies, sends in advance false ~brethren, who under 56 2, 186 | knowledge, we are slow to advance in the consideration of ~ 57 3, 12 | seem that Christ did not advance in this knowledge. For ~ 58 3, 12 | said (A[1]). But He did not advance in these knowledges. Therefore ~ 59 3, 12 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, to advance belongs to the imperfect, 60 3, 12 | Therefore Christ did not advance in this knowledge.~Aquin.: 61 3, 12 | neither knowledge did Christ ~advance; since from the beginning 62 3, 39 | bodily progress with the advance of time; and lest this progress ~ 63 3, 53 | rising again in order to ~advance us towards good things; 64 3, 61 | vi in Ezech.): "With the advance of time there was an ~advance 65 3, 61 | advance of time there was an ~advance in the knowledge of Divine 66 3, 63 | does not afford man any advance in the Divine worship, but 67 3, 68 | by "easy works, so as to advance to ~perfection by taking 68 3, 69 | applies himself more to advance therein, while ~another 69 3, 84 | beginners. But man ought ~to advance from that state to the state 70 3, 89 | perfection, and even to advance man to a higher state; ~ 71 3, 89 | before sinning a man can advance to a higher sacred ~order. 72 Suppl, 71| one who is on the way to advance on ~account of some deed. 73 Suppl, 71| delayed awhile in their advance towards their final ~award. 74 Suppl, 86| the beatitudes whereby we advance ~to perfection, the first


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