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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imitate

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | The effects of God do not imitate Him perfectly, but only ~ 2 1, 3 | whatever is from ~God must imitate Him. Thus from the first 3 1, 3 | imitates Him, as caused things imitate ~the first cause. But it 4 1, 4 | like, according as ~they imitate Him, as far as He, Who is 5 1, 14 | creatures participate in, and imitate ~it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] 6 1, 92 | that ~in which he can best imitate God in his intellectual 7 1, 92 | species, inasmuch as they imitate God, not only in being and 8 2, 19 | equal it, but only so as to imitate it. In like manner human 9 2, 21 | according to art and reason imitate ~those that are produced 10 2, 87 | those whose crimes they ~imitate. It seems, therefore, that 11 2, 87 | parents' sins so as to imitate them, and the parents can 12 2, 87 | parents, he is ~more eager to imitate them, and if he is not deterred 13 2, 102 | behooved the high-priest to imitate; again, a ram of ~consecration, 14 2, 10 | government, ~and should imitate it. Now although God is 15 2, 11 | sincerity. But the Church cannot imitate God in this, for she presumes ~ 16 2, 18 | so far as they can, they imitate God ~Who cannot be imitated 17 2, 26 | so that we should not imitate him in this respect.~Aquin.: 18 2, 29 | answer that, Grace and virtue imitate the order of nature, which 19 2, 30 | which kindly persons should imitate after his death. ~It is 20 2, 30 | goes on to say: "Except we imitate Eliseus who slew his oxen 21 2, 32 | Further, nothing wherein we imitate God can be a sin. But it 22 2, 38 | blood for Christ, so ~as to imitate in deed what they portray 23 2, 62 | also does human justice imitate according to its powers; ~ 24 2, 62 | whereby we are called upon to ~imitate God and His saints. Now 25 2, 62 | kill: for ministers should ~imitate their master, according 26 2, 62 | Wherefore everyone should ~imitate God in that which is specially 27 2, 62 | follow that all should ~imitate Him in this. As regards 28 2, 65 | Further, human judgment should imitate the Divine judgment. Now ~ 29 2, 83 | and urge ourselves ~to imitate them."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 30 2, 88 | practice." Now rather ~than imitate the rites of the Jews, we 31 2, 89 | to reverence him, and to imitate him. ~On the other hand 32 2, 89 | for fear ~of seeming to imitate the Jews. Therefore in like 33 2, 98 | act. Those who sell them imitate, in act, Giezi the ~disciple 34 2, 106 | they be spared, ~they might imitate the sins of their parents, 35 2, 109 | their complexion, so as to imitate the ~complexion of the person 36 2, 122 | it is a great thing to ~imitate his faith and patience." 37 2, 128 | which human reason ought to imitate, whatever is done in ~accordance 38 2, 130 | seeking glory man ~seems to imitate God, Who seeks glory from 39 2, 145 | baptized. Now we ought to imitate Christ, according to 1 Cor. ~ 40 2, 150 | He goeth," because ~they imitate Christ, by integrity not 41 2, 155 | virtues, in so far as ~they imitate them in some secondary matter 42 2, 161 | like, according as they ~imitate Him, as far as He can be 43 2, 161 | to his wife, that she may imitate him." Now he who ~ought 44 2, 185 | would seem to be bound to imitate ~the life of the apostles, 45 2, 185 | ourselves a pattern unto you, to imitate ~us." However, the Apostle 46 2, 185 | for this reason bound to imitate ~the Apostle in this matter, 47 2, 185 | especially are bound to imitate the perfection ~of the apostles; 48 3, 8 | to be followed, and some imitate at his suggestion, and ~ 49 3, 8 | wicked, inasmuch as they imitate Him, according to Wis. ~ 50 3, 24 | it is sufficient that it imitate it in some.~Aquin.: SMT 51 3, 40 | specially invited men to imitate His example of ~humility, 52 3, 45 | wished His disciples to imitate the ~meekness of Moses and 53 3, 74 | this sacrament we ought to imitate Christ's ~institution. But 54 3, 83 | sacrament the Church ought to ~imitate Christ's institution. But 55 3, 83 | sacrament the Church ought to ~imitate the custom of Christ and 56 Suppl, 8 | that priests, who as monks imitate the ex. ample of the apostles, 57 Suppl, 21| the Church Militant should imitate the Church ~Triumphant. 58 Suppl, 22| the Church, who should ~imitate the judgments of God, prudently 59 Suppl, 55| Further, human law should imitate Divine law. Now according 60 Suppl, 67| continual contact with her would imitate. There is ~however a gloss 61 Suppl, 72| the world every day but ~imitate, in its elements, our resurrection?" 62 Suppl, 93| life, in so far as ~virgins imitate by grace what angels have


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