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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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abode

   Part, Question
1 1, 43 | come to him and make Our abode with him." Therefore each ~ 2 1, 43 | him, and will make Our ~abode with him." But that a divine 3 1, 66 | the just shall obtain the abode of rest." But they ~differ 4 1, 43 | come to him and make Our abode with him." Therefore each ~ 5 1, 43 | him, and will make Our ~abode with him." But that a divine 6 1, 67 | the just shall obtain the abode of rest." But they ~differ 7 1, 88 | intellect, which is "the abode of ~species," as the Philosopher 8 1, 89 | man; (4) the place of his abode. Concerning the ~production 9 1, 101 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF MAN'S ABODE, WHICH IS PARADISE (FOUR 10 1, 101 | We next consider man's abode, which is paradise. Under 11 1, 101 | place adapted to be the abode of man?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 101 | place adapted to be the ~abode of man. For man and angels 13 1, 101 | were made to dwell ~in the abode of the blessed - that is, 14 1, 101 | were required for man's abode, ~this would be required 15 1, 101 | at all ~adapted to be the abode of man.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 101 | conditions, it ~is a fitting abode for the angelic nature: 17 1, 101 | condition, it is a fitting abode for the state of beatitude, 18 1, 101 | degree of stability. Thus the abode of beatitude ~was suited 19 1, 101 | creation: it is a fitting abode for man ~in regard only 20 1, 101 | sin paradise was a fitting abode for man. Therefore it seems 21 1, 101 | Paradise was a fitting abode for man as regards the ~ 22 1, 101 | empyrean heaven was a fitting abode for the angels as ~regards 23 2, 53 | the body ~is the proper abode of the species; for which 24 2, 67 | intellect is called "the abode of the species" (De Anima 25 2, 102 | special times, a special abode, ~special vessels, and special 26 2, 102 | desert, having no fixed abode: afterwards they were engaged 27 2, 10 | begins to invite one to his abode, ~i.e. wickedness and error, 28 2, 18 | when charity takes ~up its abode, it drives away fear which 29 2, 27 | Although in this unhappy abode we participate, after a ~ 30 2, 130 | other vices find ~their abode in the servants of the devil, 31 3, 25 | the Lord of Heaven, the abode of Christ, should be there 32 3, 28 | coming forth violated the ~abode of her sacred womb, which 33 3, 28 | she alone in the narrow abode of her womb received Him 34 3, 30 | was ~whole in the narrow abode of the Virgin."~Aquin.: 35 3, 49 | empyrean heaven, which is the abode of the saints: and likewise ~ 36 3, 51 | and a sepulchre ~is the abode of death." Also the extent 37 3, 53 | dead": and ~therefore He abode a while in death, not as 38 Suppl, 69| dissolution, the soul has an abode, ~which had been reserved 39 Suppl, 69| they were to leave their abode. Therefore they do not go 40 Suppl, 69| not go forth from ~their abode.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 41 Suppl, 69| nor the ~wicked quit their abode.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 42 Suppl, 69| martyrs have taken up ~their abode either in Abraham's bosom 43 Suppl, 69| departed ~do not leave their abode.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[69] A[ 44 Suppl, 69| good sometimes leave their abode, but also the wicked, since 45 Suppl, 69| for them to leave their ~abode for any purpose other than 46 Suppl, 69| sometimes come forth from their abode and appear to men, ~as Augustine, 47 Suppl, 69| merit. Now there is only one abode due on account ~of merit, 48 Suppl, 69| there be more than ~one abode due on account of sin, namely 49 Suppl, 69| demerit. ~Therefore only one abode should be assigned to them 50 Suppl, 69| mortal sin. Therefore a sixth abode should be assigned.~Aquin.: 51 Suppl, 69| grace with venial sins an abode is assigned where they are ~ 52 Suppl, 69| receive their reward, which abode is purgatory. ~Therefore, 53 Suppl, 69| there should be equally an abode for those ~who die in mortal 54 Suppl, 69| Therefore as we distinguish an abode of ~the saints before the 55 Suppl, 72| all men will leave their ~abode, neither understanding nor 56 Suppl, 72| is far removed from our abode; nor are we so familiar ~ 57 Suppl, 72| all ~imperfection from the abode of the saints; and consequently 58 Suppl, 80| Christian writers ~with the abode of God. Cf. FP, Q[56], A[ 59 Suppl, 81| Christian writers with the ~abode of God. Cf. FP, Q[56], A[ 60 Suppl, 89| who ~said that "in this abode of bliss God can be seen 61 Suppl, 92| they are brought into the abode of ~glory, is called a dowry.


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