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felician 3
felicity 8
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fell 57
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fell

   Part, Question
1 1, 23 | will be saved as angels fell; some, so many as there 2 1, 49 | good and the other ~evil, fell into this error from the 3 1, 63 | the highest of them who fell, absolutely the highest 4 1, 63 | could ~foreknow, before they fell, those who would fall."~ 5 1, 63 | Orth. ii) that they who fell were of the lower grade 6 1, 63 | than the lower angels, he fell into sin ~with intenser 7 1, 63 | it is probable that some fell of every order; just as ~ 8 1, 64 | in the sin whereby they fell. But that ~sin, namely, 9 1, 64 | reinstated by ~another, since he fell through another. But, as 10 1, 64 | A[8]), the lower demons fell through the highest one. 11 1, 50 | good and the other ~evil, fell into this error from the 12 1, 64 | the highest of them who fell, absolutely the highest 13 1, 64 | could ~foreknow, before they fell, those who would fall."~ 14 1, 64 | Orth. ii) that they who fell were of the lower grade 15 1, 64 | than the lower angels, he fell into sin ~with intenser 16 1, 64 | it is probable that some fell of every order; just as ~ 17 1, 65 | in the sin whereby they fell. But that ~sin, namely, 18 1, 65 | reinstated by ~another, since he fell through another. But, as 19 1, 65 | A[8]), the lower demons fell through the highest one. 20 1, 93 | the soul of the first man fell short of the knowledge ~ 21 1, 93 | that its connatural object fell ~short of the excellence 22 1, 108 | OBJ 3: Further, the demons fell from every one of the angelic 23 1, 108 | the orders of angels, but fell ~away from them, according 24 1, 108 | A[2]). But if the demons fell from every order, as is ~ 25 2, 91 | turned his back on God, he fell under the ~influence of 26 2, 101 | observances, in so far as they fell short of the above. For 27 2, 102 | sacrifice to the idols, fell into the ~vessels or into 28 2, 5 | were confirmed in grace or fell from it, and in man before 29 2, 13 | virtue, ~since even an angel fell from heaven, wherefore it 30 2, 23 | and for evil ~in those who fell, and consequently those 31 2, 23 | the others, and those who fell ~became worse. But man's 32 2, 55 | not as though such rights fell short of the ~simply right, 33 2, 148 | something unlawful that he fell into the subsequent sin. 34 2, 161 | coveting this that the woman fell into pride. ~Hence the sin 35 2, 171 | or 'upper-chamber'] "he fell into an ecstasy" - or he 36 2, 174 | upon the nations when they fell away to ~idolatry, according 37 2, 186 | Serapion through simplicity fell into the error of the ~Anthropomorphites, 38 3, 2 | heresies, through ~ignorance fell into them. For some conceded 39 3, 15 | inflicted on Him, and scourges fell upon ~Him, and the cross 40 3, 22 | 16:11. But the figure ~fell short of the reality in 41 3, 30 | was setting, a deep sleep fell upon Abram, and a great 42 3, 44 | They went backward and fell to ~the ground," Augustine 43 3, 45 | the disciples hearing, fell ~upon their face, and were 44 3, 46 | of the moon, which then fell ~upon the Thursday: for 45 3, 48 | by God's just permission, fell under the devil's servitude 46 3, 53 | not fall by sin, yet He fell by death, ~because as sin 47 3, 54 | is said to ~rise, which fell. But Christ's body fell 48 3, 54 | fell. But Christ's body fell by death; namely, inasmuch 49 3, 59 | of the world, when some fell through sin while others 50 3, 72 | to speak, the ~Holy Ghost fell upon them, as upon us also 51 3, 72 | speaking . . . the Holy Ghost fell on all them that heard the 52 3, 89 | than that from which man fell by sinning, sometimes to 53 Suppl, 36| wickedness; wherefore "he ~fell backwards . . . and died" ( 54 Suppl, 58| we ~believe that angels fell from heaven, and that the 55 Suppl, 71| the sermon "On those who fell asleep in ~the faith: Just 56 Suppl, 76| body which we have now ~fell by death. Therefore it will 57 Suppl, 76| are refuted. Some of them ~fell into the aforesaid opinions


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