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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unbegotten

   Part, Question
1 1, 16| immutable; as primary ~matter is unbegotten and incorruptible, since 2 1, 33| to the Father alone to be unbegotten?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 3 1, 33| proper to the Father to be unbegotten?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 4 1, 33| proper to the Father to be ~unbegotten. For every property supposes 5 1, 33| it is ~the property. But "unbegotten" supposes nothing in the 6 1, 33| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Unbegotten is taken either in a privative, 7 1, 33| begotten can ~be called unbegotten. But the Holy Ghost is not 8 1, 33| essence. Therefore to be unbegotten belongs also to the essence; ~ 9 1, 33| OBJ 3: Further, in God, "unbegotten" does not signify relation, 10 1, 33| signifies substance; therefore ~unbegotten and begotten differ in substance. 11 1, 33| Father ought not to be called unbegotten. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 12 1, 33| the ~Father is not alone unbegotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 13 1, 33| proper to the Father to be unbegotten it ~follows that it is proper 14 1, 33| the Begotten is from the Unbegotten - namely, by the property 15 1, 33| signified by the ~word "unbegotten," as a property of the Father, 16 1, 33| Augustine (De Trin. v, 7) that "unbegotten" imports ~the negation of 17 1, 33| generation. For he says that "unbegotten" has the ~same meaning as " 18 1, 33| Nor does it follow that "unbegotten" is not ~the proper notion 19 1, 33| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: "Unbegotten" is taken sometimes in a 20 1, 33| that "the Holy Ghost is unbegotten," that ~is, He is not begotten. 21 1, 33| not begotten. Otherwise "unbegotten" may be taken in a kind 22 1, 33| imperfection. In this sense, ~"unbegotten" is not attributed to the 23 1, 33| In this sense the term "unbegotten" can be applied also to ~ 24 1, 33| understood that the name "unbegotten" belongs ~to a divine person 25 1, 33| understood in the term "unbegotten" that He is ~not in any 26 1, 33| In this sense the term "unbegotten" ~does not belong at all 27 1, 33| De Fide Orth. ii, 9), "unbegotten" ~in one sense signifies 28 1, 33| implies ~relation in God, "unbegotten" belongs also to relation. 29 1, 33| follow that the Father unbegotten is substantially distinguished 30 1, 33| another, ~and which we call "unbegotten." To admit two innascibles 31 1, 40| Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6): "Unbegotten is not the ~same as Father; 32 1, 40| prevent Him being called unbegotten." But if He had not begotten 33 1, 40| hypostasis of the Father as unbegotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 34 1, 40| fact of the Father's being ~unbegotten or spirating be mentally 35 1, 40| Father would remain as unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, 36 1, 40| impossible, since "being unbegotten" says nothing ~positive 37 1, 40| forasmuch as not every unbegotten being is the Father. So, ~ 38 1, 46| OBJ 3: Further, what is unbegotten has no beginning. But the 39 1, 46| 82) proves that matter is unbegotten, and also (De Coelo ~et 40 1, 46| text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. Therefore the ~universe 41 1, 46| proves that matter is ~unbegotten from the fact that it has 42 1, 40| Augustine says (De Trin. v, 6): "Unbegotten is not the ~same as Father; 43 1, 40| prevent Him being called unbegotten." But if He had not begotten 44 1, 40| hypostasis of the Father as unbegotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 45 1, 40| fact of the Father's being ~unbegotten or spirating be mentally 46 1, 40| Father would remain as unbegotten, if His paternity were removed, 47 1, 40| impossible, since "being unbegotten" says nothing ~positive 48 1, 40| forasmuch as not every unbegotten being is the Father. So, ~ 49 1, 47| OBJ 3: Further, what is unbegotten has no beginning. But the 50 1, 47| 82) proves that matter is unbegotten, and also (De Coelo et Mundo 51 1, 47| text 20) that the heaven is unbegotten. Therefore the ~universe 52 1, 47| proves that matter is ~unbegotten from the fact that it has 53 2, 71| Divine things, begotten and unbegotten are reduced to the genus ~" 54 3, 3 | that as the Father ~was unbegotten, so the man was unbegotten, 55 3, 3 | unbegotten, so the man was unbegotten, inasmuch as "man" stood 56 3, 3 | on to say, "The man is ~unbegotten; the Son is man; therefore 57 3, 3 | man; therefore the Son is unbegotten," it would be ~the fallacy 58 3, 3 | even as we now say God is ~unbegotten, because the Father is unbegotten, 59 3, 3 | unbegotten, because the Father is unbegotten, yet we cannot conclude 60 3, 3 | conclude that ~the Son is unbegotten, although He is God.~Aquin.: 61 3, 66| Father, but also by that of "Unbegotten and Begetter"; and the Son ~


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