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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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foreknowledge

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | predestination is the foreknowledge of God's benefits." But ~ 2 1, 23 | of God's benefits." But ~foreknowledge is not in the things foreknown, 3 1, 23 | reprobation implies not only foreknowledge, but also something more, 4 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the foreknowledge of merits is the cause of 5 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that foreknowledge of merits is the cause of ~ 6 1, 23 | Therefore it seems the ~foreknowledge of merits is the cause of 7 1, 23 | predestination than the foreknowledge of merits. ~Therefore it 8 1, 23 | reprobating, unless ~through the foreknowledge of their merits and demerits.~ 9 1, 23 | should be saved. Therefore, ~foreknowledge of merits is not the cause 10 1, 23 | Predestination is the foreknowledge and ~preparation of the 11 1, 24 | Civ. Dei xx, 15): "God's foreknowledge, which cannot ~be deceived, 12 1, 24 | be taken away from the ~foreknowledge of God, nor from predestination. 13 1, 24 | of life ~as regards God's foreknowledge, as if in God there were 14 1, 25 | After considering the divine foreknowledge and will, and other things ~ 15 1, 25 | doing is subject to His foreknowledge and pre-ordination, though 16 1, 63 | taken as ~according to God's foreknowledge. Hence Augustine says (De 17 1, 64 | taken as ~according to God's foreknowledge. Hence Augustine says (De 18 1, 104| He ~would act against His foreknowledge, or His will, or His goodness. 19 2, 1 | far as it stands in God's ~foreknowledge, it has a certain necessity 20 2, 2 | Resurrection, since man had no foreknowledge of his future sin. He does, ~ 21 2, 2 | however, seem to have had foreknowledge of the Incarnation of Christ, ~ 22 2, 17 | fall, since they had no foreknowledge of what would ~happen to 23 2, 41 | taken conjointly with such ~foreknowledge, as explained in the FP, 24 2, 93 | are certain arts for the foreknowledge of future ~events that occur 25 2, 93 | in the administering of foreknowledge, comprised, seemingly, ~ 26 2, 93 | the end in ~view, which is foreknowledge of the future; but it is 27 2, 93 | no institution for ~the foreknowledge of future events in temporal 28 2, 93 | various signs whence ~the foreknowledge of the future is derived. 29 2, 93 | divinations seek to acquire ~foreknowledge of future events, by means 30 2, 93 | However, with regard to the foreknowledge of future events acquired 31 2, 93 | is impossible to acquire ~foreknowledge of the future from an observation 32 2, 93 | making ~use of dreams for the foreknowledge of the future, so long as 33 2, 93 | must not be applied to the ~foreknowledge of future things other than 34 2, 121| forearmed ~with the shield of foreknowledge." The other thing to be 35 2, 169| is the seal of the Divine foreknowledge." ~Consequently the same 36 2, 169| certitude of the ~Divine foreknowledge does not exclude the contingency 37 2, 169| or "seal of the Divine foreknowledge," does not by its ~unchangeable 38 2, 169| Reply OBJ 2: The Divine foreknowledge regards future things in 39 2, 169| imprinted likeness of the Divine foreknowledge, in so ~far as the latter 40 2, 169| imprinted likeness of the Divine foreknowledge as ~knowing the order of 41 2, 169| as the truth ~of Divine foreknowledge, as stated above, the conditional 42 2, 169| being present to the Divine foreknowledge, as stated in the FP, Q[ 43 2, 170| Yet some dumb animals have foreknowledge of future things that concern ~ 44 2, 170| A[6], ad 2) prophetic ~foreknowledge may regard future things 45 2, 170| 13]. Wherefore such like foreknowledge of the future ~cannot come 46 2, 170| hold that men have no such foreknowledge of the future, but that 47 2, 170| Nevertheless this latter foreknowledge of the future differs in 48 2, 170| infallibly; whereas ~the latter foreknowledge, which can be had naturally, 49 2, 170| falsehood. Now the ~former foreknowledge, and not the latter, properly 50 2, 170| Even dumb animals have no foreknowledge of future events, ~except 51 2, 171| read in the book of God's foreknowledge in ~which all things are 52 2, 171| are written." Now God's foreknowledge is His very ~essence. Therefore 53 2, 171| the truth of the Divine foreknowledge is formed therein, ~for 54 2, 171| as representing ~God's foreknowledge, for God in His eternity 55 2, 171| read the book of God's ~foreknowledge, inasmuch as the truth is 56 2, 171| is reflected from God's ~foreknowledge on the prophet's mind.~Aquin.: 57 2, 172| divine ~predestination, of foreknowledge, and of denunciation?~Aquin.: 58 2, 172| prophecy proceeds from God's foreknowledge: and into this our ~will 59 2, 172| according to the Divine foreknowledge, since the prophets "read 60 2, 172| prophets "read in the ~book of foreknowledge," as a gloss says on Is. 61 2, 172| that prophecy according to foreknowledge should not be reckoned a ~ 62 2, 172| such is the prophecy of "foreknowledge." This may ~regard either 63 2, 172| predestination is comprised under foreknowledge, the gloss in the ~beginning 64 2, 172| to prophecy, namely of ~"foreknowledge," and of "denunciation."~ 65 2, 172| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Foreknowledge, properly speaking, denotes 66 3, 1 | Predestination presupposes the foreknowledge of future ~things; and hence, 67 3, 46 | is impossible for God's foreknowledge ~to be deceived and His 68 3, 46 | then, ~supposing God's foreknowledge and ordinance regarding 69 3, 46 | there presupposing God's foreknowledge ~and predetermination, according 70 3, 46 | both based on the Divine foreknowledge and ordinance. ~And the 71 3, 46 | which arises of the Divine ~foreknowledge and will.~Aquin.: SMT TP 72 3, 88 | again, ~not according to His foreknowledge, but only according to His


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