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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 48 | the same proportion, we continue to subtract less and ~less; 2 1, 62 | xxix) that "the angels who continue in the ~beatitude wherein 3 1, 65 | works which God hath ~made, continue for ever." But visible bodies 4 1, 65 | But visible bodies do not continue for ever, ~for it is said ( 5 1, 65 | of God in some respects continue for ~ever, at least as to 6 1, 76 | in those animals which continue to live when they have been 7 1, 49 | the same proportion, we continue to subtract less and ~less; 8 1, 63 | xxix) that "the angels who continue in the ~beatitude wherein 9 1, 66 | works which God hath ~made, continue for ever." But visible bodies 10 1, 66 | But visible bodies do not continue for ever, ~for it is said ( 11 1, 66 | of God in some respects continue for ~ever, at least as to 12 1, 75 | in those animals which continue to live when they have been 13 1, 103 | becoming of a thing cannot continue when that action of ~the 14 1, 103 | can the "being" of a thing continue after that action of the 15 1, 103 | contrary, the air does not continue to be ~lit up, even for 16 1, 103 | made, He is free not ~to continue their existence; and thus 17 1, 103 | works that God hath made continue for ever."~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 103 | material, and then they continue to exist, at ~least in matter, 19 1, 103 | they have a finite power, continue to exist for ever.~Aquin.: 20 1, 118 | mud, and as ~animals which continue to live after being cut 21 2, 1 | have no ~term, but would continue indefinitely.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 46 | wrath {cholos}, if anger continue it is ~called ill-will { 23 2, 67 | ceases; for a thing does ~not continue to become white, when once 24 2, 80 | of sensible ~species, and continue to move the apprehensive 25 2, 85 | from any finite ~length I continue to subtract the length of 26 2, 88 | serm. xli) that ~"if anger continue for a long time, or if drunkenness 27 2, 98 | works which God hath made continue for ever." But the Old Law 28 2, 98 | But the Old Law does ~not continue for ever: since the Apostle 29 2, 108 | precepts did not necessarily continue to bind in exactly the ~ 30 2, 4 | not ~understand [Vulg.: 'continue']": and Augustine says ( 31 2, 8 | not believe, you shall not continue." Therefore fruit ~is not 32 2, 12 | absolutely forbid them to continue their allegiance to such 33 2, 17 | obtained it, they can hope to ~continue in its possession.~Aquin.: 34 2, 31 | of his amendment, we must continue to admonish him in ~private, 35 2, 41 | If, however, the scandal ~continue after the matter has been 36 2, 45 | prudence ~that does not continue in heaven.~Aquin.: SMT SS 37 2, 70 | have heard it, and they continue their evil conduct through 38 2, 71 | good ~name, for this shall continue with thee, more than a thousand 39 2, 81 | also that if we are able to continue, it ~should not be broken 40 2, 163 | they never had it, but they continue to live ~in the nature which 41 2, 172 | coming of Christ could not ~continue further than John, who with 42 3, 36 | but when the Magi had to continue their journey the star ~ 43 3, 38 | was still need for John to continue ~baptizing. ~Aquin.: SMT 44 3, 44 | with it from the east, and continue ~in a westerly direction. 45 3, 48 | the peace-sacrifice ~might continue to be one with Him to whom 46 3, 50 | death His soul ~did not continue to be united with the Word.~ 47 3, 50 | Christ's dead body did continue "totally" the same, it would 48 3, 50 | of everyone else does not continue united to ~an abiding hypostasis, 49 3, 51 | willed that His ~body should continue incorrupt. Hence Chrysostom 50 3, 59 | even until then faith will continue to derive its ~progress 51 3, 74 | of bread and wine which continue in ~this sacrament.~Aquin.: 52 3, 76 | its ~whiteness, and yet continue unmoved as to its magnitude. 53 3, 76 | sacramental species ~sometimes continue entire in themselves; and 54 3, 76 | consecrated bread and wine continue, ~while a miraculous change 55 3, 77 | follows that the accidents continue in this sacrament ~without 56 3, 77 | the ~sacramental species continue in the being which they 57 3, 77 | present, it follows that they ~continue in their action. Consequently 58 3, 78 | sensible accidents which ~continue; but the term "whereunto" 59 3, 78 | make things existing to continue, and ~to be changed into 60 3, 82 | forbids such ~presumption to continue; and let the priest himself 61 3, 86 | be any better, ~but if he continue in good practice, he will 62 Suppl, 4 | wherefore contrition ought to continue always; nor is ~it unreasonable 63 Suppl, 4 | it is expedient always to continue, as far as it is possible, ~ 64 Suppl, 59| converted to the faith, cannot ~continue in a like marriage. But 65 Suppl, 77| wherefore the Apostle's words continue: "Neither shall corruption ~ 66 Suppl, 78| God, since generation will continue up to that ~point. In like 67 Suppl, 81| place, they will still ~continue to rejoice in it.~Aquin.: 68 Suppl, 83| without doubt the damned will continue ~to feel a far greater pain: 69 Suppl, 86| heavenly hierarchies will continue for ~ever) [*Cf. FP, Q[108], 70 Suppl, 88| heaven, so ~that they may continue in being as long as the 71 Suppl, 95| perverse, because they ~will continue to love the cause of their 72 Suppl, 96| for ever, that they ~might continue in sin for ever for they


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