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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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saviour

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1 1, 12 | flesh I shall see God my Saviour," do not ~mean that God 2 1, 13 | corresponding habitudes, as ~"Saviour," "Creator," and suchlike; 3 1, 13 | applied to God temporally, as "Saviour," ~"Creator," and the like.~ 4 2, 105 | that God "raised . . . up a saviour" for the people, and ~that " 5 2, 26 | that this is indeed the Saviour of ~the world." ~Aquin.: 6 2, 87 | says: "Observe that our ~Saviour forbade us to swear, not 7 2, 87 | says: "Observe that the ~Saviour does not forbid swearing 8 2, 88 | the ~power given by our Saviour: for this is a Jewish practice." 9 2, 159 | commended in Holy Writ; for our Saviour said: ~'Learn of Me, because 10 3 | PROLOGUE~Forasmuch as our Saviour the Lord Jesus Christ, in 11 3 | the consideration of the ~Saviour of all, and of the benefits 12 3 | we must consider (1) the Saviour Himself; (2) the ~sacraments 13 3 | done and suffered by our ~Saviour - i.e. God incarnate.~ 14 3, 2 | Chelidonius (Ep. ci): "In the Saviour we may find one thing and ~ 15 3, 4 | Tim. 4:10) that He is "the Saviour of all men, especially of ~ 16 3, 4 | Son of God is the common Saviour of all, not ~by a generic 17 3, 8 | Tim. 4:10): "Who is the Saviour of all ~men, especially 18 3, 13 | impossible for the will of the Saviour not to be fulfilled: nor 19 3, 17 | briefly, that of which the Saviour is, is one ~thing and another; 20 3, 21 | nor yet permanent, so the Saviour beseeches, ~that a slightly 21 3, 24 | Praedest. Sanct. xv): "The Saviour ~Himself, the Mediator of 22 3, 27 | that Christ is not the "Saviour of all men," as He is ~called ( 23 3, 27 | His being the universal Saviour of all. Consequently after ~ 24 3, 27 | Christ, who, as the universal Saviour of all, needed not to be 25 3, 28 | called the father of ~the Saviour, not that he really was 26 3, 28 | father of our Lord and Saviour, the order of His genealogy 27 3, 28 | Joseph, but cousins ~of the Saviour, the sons of Mary, His Mother' 28 3, 31 | THE MATTER FROM WHICH THE SAVIOUR'S BODY WAS CONCEIVED (EIGHT 29 3, 31 | have now to consider the Saviour's conception. First, as 30 3, 31 | women are ~mentioned in the Saviour's genealogy, but only those 31 3, 35 | book on the birth of our Saviour [*Protevangelium ~Jacobi 32 3, 36 | The ~grace of God our Saviour hath appeared to all men, 33 3, 36 | the God] of Israel, the Saviour." And, again (Is. 43:3): ~" 34 3, 36 | concerning ~the grace of God our Saviour, not at the very time of 35 3, 36 | 1 Tim. 4:10: "Who is the Saviour of all men, ~especially 36 3, 37 | becomingly named Jesus, i.e. Saviour: the angel ~having foretold 37 3, 44 | universal and spiritual Saviour of all.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 38 3, 46 | besides Me? A just God and a Saviour, there is none ~besides 39 3, 46 | Nov. Test., qu. lv: "The Saviour ~did everything in its proper 40 3, 46 | upon night; because by our Saviour's Passion we ~are brought 41 3, 46 | Nov. Test., qu. ~lv, "the Saviour did everything in its proper 42 3, 50 | The one death of our ~Saviour," namely, that of the body, " 43 3, 52 | a sudden at our Lord and Saviour's bidding all 'the bars 44 3, 52 | for ~believing that the Saviour came thither except to rescue 45 3, 54 | After the ~Resurrection, our Saviour in spiritual but true flesh 46 3, 55 | said that an angel and our Saviour ~commanded not merely the 47 3, 57 | But we do not read of our Saviour being ~lifted up either 48 3, 61 | in the future coming of a Saviour. And these signs ~are called 49 3, 66 | blessing that flowed ~from the Saviour's Baptism, like a mystic 50 3, 66 | our Lord God ~Himself, our Saviour Jesus Christ, admonishes 51 3, 68 | in the Church of our Saviour little children believe 52 3, 73 | death of this mystery, our Saviour willed this last act to ~ 53 3, 75 | true; but take rather the Saviour's words with faith; for ~ 54 3, 80 | reproves and ~corrects. For our Saviour, in order the more strongly 55 3, 80 | since both ~honored our Saviour, though not in the same 56 3, 83 | the consecration using our Saviour's ~words, when he says: " 57 Suppl, 29| the very contact of our Saviour's flesh; but the form of 58 Suppl, 71| Mysteries ~the disciples of the Saviour and His holy apostles sanctioned 59 Suppl, 76| flesh I shall see God ~my Saviour [Vulg.: 'my God']," where 60 Suppl, 80| flesh I shall see God," my Saviour: and the nature of flesh 61 Suppl, 85| the God of Israel, the Saviour." ~Hence, that He might 62 Suppl, 89| flesh I shall see God ~my Saviour [Vulg.: 'my God']." Therefore


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