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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | grace, added to substance, ~renders God present in anything 2 1, 16 | so far as the intellect renders it knowable. Hence the ~ 3 1, 21 | befits Him; inasmuch as He ~renders to Himself what is due to 4 1, 57 | knowledge of the angels, which renders them happy; it ~is the knowledge 5 1, 58 | knowledge of the angels, which renders them happy; it ~is the knowledge 6 2, 20 | which has it, good, and renders ~its action good also" ( 7 2, 21 | voluntary actions ~alone, renders them worthy of praise or 8 2, 30 | being that the body itself renders its ~service in spiritual 9 2, 40 | reason of custom, ~which renders the action easier. Moreover, 10 2, 43 | itself. While ~that which renders a man so disposed that thing 11 2, 73 | considers the cause which renders the act ~involuntary, and 12 2, 73 | follow ~that this alone renders a sin more grievous: in 13 2, 73 | sin, in so far only as it renders the act ~more inordinate. 14 2, 76 | Ignorance, by its very nature, renders the act which it ~causes 15 2, 76 | For such like negligence ~renders the ignorance itself voluntary 16 2, 77 | passion be such that it renders the subsequent act ~wholly 17 2, 102 | Praeputia,' which Douay ~version renders 'first fruits'] of them," 18 2, 1 | Aurea] which the ~Latin renders "articulus," signifies a 19 2, 5 | alone excludes faith, which ~renders apparent or seen the principal 20 2, 8 | judgment, while understanding renders the mind apt to grasp the 21 2, 8 | is dulness of mind that renders the mind unable to pierce 22 2, 13 | which the Douay version renders 'children of unbelief.'].~ 23 2, 31 | because this ~previous sin renders a man unworthy to rebuke 24 2, 38 | lawfully do that which renders him unfit for that duty. 25 2, 42 | ischyos}, which the Douay ~renders "with thy whole strength."]~ 26 2, 49 | directed to ~an act which it renders good; and consequently virtues 27 2, 56 | is a habit ~whereby a man renders to each one his due by a 28 2, 56 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: A judge renders to each one what belongs 29 2, 56 | human virtue is one "which renders a human act and man ~himself 30 2, 56 | operations, it is evident that it renders man's operations good, ~ 31 2, 56 | 24): "It is justice that ~renders to each one what is his, 32 2, 56 | on justice, whereby one renders to each man what is his.~ 33 2, 60 | restitution, when anyone renders to another what ~is not 34 2, 61 | not for some cause that renders him worthy of it, but ~simply 35 2, 68 | discrepancy of this kind renders the evidence more ~credible, 36 2, 78 | first place, whatever man ~renders to God is due, yet it cannot 37 2, 78 | invent. ii, 53), a man ~"renders service and constant deference 38 2, 81 | one ~sets about praying renders the whole prayer meritorious, 39 2, 86 | superior. ~This condition renders them licit and valid if 40 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: If a cleric renders a prelate a lawful service, 41 2, 98 | souls, ~his very presumption renders him unworthy, and so his 42 2, 107 | its possessor good, and renders ~his action good."~Aquin.: 43 2, 113 | the rigidity of truth and renders it susceptive ~of vice." 44 2, 121 | its possessor good, and renders his work good." Hence ~human 45 2, 130 | grave ~sins, in so far as it renders man presumptuous and too 46 2, 134 | its possessor good, and renders the latter's work ~good" ( 47 2, 139 | the Greek ~{philargyria} renders 'desire of money'] is the 48 2, 145 | one's flesh to the spirit, renders the heart ~contrite and 49 2, 150 | it is. Now the end which renders ~virginity praiseworthy 50 2, 151 | enfeebles a man's ~heart and renders it effeminate, according 51 2, 154 | the sin, in so ~far as it renders it involuntary. On the other 52 2, 155 | its possessor ~good, and renders his works good also" (Ethic. 53 2, 165 | becomes sinful, when it renders a man prone to ~the vices 54 2, 176 | where the Douay version ~renders 'virtus' by 'power.' The 55 2, 184 | which the Douay ~version renders 'price.']. Or again continence 56 2, 187 | retributio,' which Douay renders 'reward,' as ~meaning 'punishment']. 57 Suppl, 7 | first part of Penance, and renders the other parts ~efficacious, 58 Suppl, 10| venial. Now ~confession renders venial that which was mortal 59 Suppl, 49| this sin, but because he renders himself unfit for ~spiritual 60 Suppl, 58| jure," and such inability renders the contract altogether 61 Suppl, 58| Hence the frigidity which renders the ~man impotent would 62 Suppl, 64| the carnal pleasure, it ~renders man unfit for spiritual 63 Suppl, 65| and so forth. Now whatever renders an action improportionate 64 Suppl, 65| account of something that renders the attainment of the ~principal 65 Suppl, 79| Whether this impassibility renders the glorious bodies?~(4) 66 Suppl, 79| of clarity in the pupil renders ~the sight keen rather than 67 Suppl, 96| according to Divine justice, sin renders a person worthy to be altogether ~


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