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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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divinely

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | the formality of being ~divinely revealed, whatever has been 2 1, 1 | revealed, whatever has been divinely revealed possesses the one ~ 3 1, 12 | the human ~imagination are divinely formed, so as to express 4 1, 12 | things, or even voices, are ~divinely formed to express some divine 5 1, 12 | in the natural ~order, or divinely formed in the imagination, 6 1, 29 | Divinity, beyond what has ~been divinely expressed to us by the oracles." 7 1, 32 | comes to us principally as divinely taught, as the trinity and ~ 8 1, 36 | Divinity except what has been divinely ~expressed to us by the 9 1, 39 | believe that one God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: 10 1, 58 | But with regard to things divinely revealed to them, there 11 1, 63 | that the lower angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding 12 1, 39 | believe that one God is one divinely named Trinity."~Aquin.: 13 1, 59 | But with regard to things divinely revealed to them, there 14 1, 64 | that the lower angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding 15 1, 88 | of intelligible ~species divinely infused, for such knowledge 16 1, 88 | the angels by means of ~divinely impressed ideas; which, 17 1, 93 | knowledge of all things by divinely ~infused species. Yet his 18 1, 93 | that he would have been divinely guided from ~above, so as 19 1, 101 | ii, 11): "Paradise was a ~divinely ordered region, and worthy 20 1, 102 | or free, attains to its divinely ~appointed end, as though 21 1, 109 | determined ~by the nature divinely bestowed upon them. Therefore 22 2, 63 | sin is incompatible with divinely infused virtue, ~especially 23 2, 100 | man immediately through ~divinely infused faith. Consequently 24 2, 110 | place without some effect divinely caused in us, as will appear 25 2, 111 | secondly, as a habitual gift divinely bestowed on us.~Aquin.: 26 2, 111 | not all the benefits divinely ~conferred upon us are called 27 2, 114 | merits from God what he is divinely ordained to, as stated above ~( 28 2, 114 | anything ~whatsoever is divinely ordained to anything exceeding 29 2, 114 | that good ~to which man is divinely ordained. Secondly, on the 30 2, 114 | rewards are said to have been divinely brought about ~in relation 31 2, 102 | their will in virtue ~of a divinely established authority. Now 32 2, 102 | just as in virtue of the divinely established natural ~order 33 2, 102 | another, according to a divinely appointed order. Hence the 34 2, 102 | in accordance with the ~divinely established order of things, 35 2, 171 | Wherefore if certain ~things are divinely represented to any man by 36 2, 171 | 7~Now sensible forms are divinely presented to the prophet' 37 2, 171 | one ~blind from birth), or divinely coordinated from those derived 38 2, 171 | But intellectual light is divinely imprinted on the human ~ 39 2, 171 | derived from the senses are divinely ~coordinated so as to accord 40 2, 171 | species - whether these be divinely ~formed for this special 41 2, 171 | led to ~know that it is divinely revealed to him.~Aquin.: 42 2, 172 | the intellectual light be divinely infused in a person, not ~ 43 2, 172 | without any imaginary vision ~divinely vouchsafed, and thus prophetic 44 2, 172 | Wherefore at all times men ~were divinely instructed about what they 45 2, 174 | the other apostles were divinely instructed in the languages 46 2, 175 | OBJ 3: The recipients of a divinely conferred grace administer 47 2, 183 | zeal of charity that one ~divinely instigated to do so, according 48 2, 185 | absolve in virtue of the power divinely bestowed on them in the 49 3, 7 | but even in whatsoever is divinely revealed. Now from the beginning 50 3, 7 | another, according as one is divinely ~pre-ordained to a higher 51 3, 7 | comparison with what man is divinely ~pre-ordained to; and this 52 3, 9 | with intelligible species divinely infused, as ~was said above ( 53 3, 11 | were reduced to act by this divinely ~imprinted knowledge. And 54 3, 11 | are now ~considering was divinely infused, and not acquired 55 3, 11 | knew things by species divinely imprinted upon Him, and 56 3, 11 | one ~formality, i.e. by a divinely infused light. Therefore 57 3, 11 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The divinely infused light is the common 58 3, 11 | for ~understanding what is divinely revealed, as the light of 59 3, 27 | to be done, this was done divinely, in ~the infant; not humanly 60 3, 55 | favor of grace, as things divinely revealed. Now, as ~Dionysius 61 3, 55 | says (Coel. Hier. iv), the divinely established law of such ~ 62 3, 55 | ordained of God]." Now ~the divinely established order is this, 63 3, 56 | whom ~He will." Now the divinely established natural order 64 3, 76 | because such ~species is divinely formed in the eye in order 65 Suppl, 86| hearts of those who judge, ~divinely instructed in all truth, 66 Suppl, 88| they are nevertheless to be Divinely renewed.~Aquin.: SMT XP


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