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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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anew

   Part, Question
1 1, 24 | said to be written therein anew; either ~in the opinion 2 1, 24 | knowledge of God, although not anew.~ 3 1, 39 | commences to exist in it anew by generation, and ceases 4 1, 43 | from one place and comes anew ~into another. But this 5 1, 46 | Further, nothing begins anew to be moved except through 6 1, 74 | their substance was produced anew, but that they then ~received 7 1, 39 | commences to exist in it anew by generation, and ceases 8 1, 43 | from one place and comes anew ~into another. But this 9 1, 47 | Further, nothing begins anew to be moved except through 10 1, 73 | their substance was produced anew, but that they then ~received 11 1, 78 | to understand that thing anew, we ~must turn to the active 12 1, 83 | in order to receive them anew. Consequently he does not 13 1, 103 | the air, when it is lit up anew, we must allow some change 14 1, 111 | the angel applies himself anew to that body by his ~power; 15 1, 118 | is said to be ~generated anew: but when matter is transformed 16 2, 109 | except God sheds His light ~anew: hence a habitual gift is 17 2, 109 | grace to be poured upon him anew, as if the soul ~were infused 18 2, 4 | not only when faith begins anew to be in ~a man, but also 19 2, 4 | the latter by creating it anew.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 20 2, 23 | it happen to be generated anew or corrupted, which is ~ 21 2, 23 | essentially, not by beginning anew, ~or ceasing to be in its 22 2, 37 | he ~is not consecrated anew. Since, however, the lower 23 2, 120 | to Jer. 4:3, "Break up anew your fallow ground, and 24 2, 152 | sleep from apprehending anew something arising out of 25 2, 169 | aptitude to be enlightened anew - thus when the mind has 26 2, 171 | sometimes by imprinting species anew, or by a ~new coordination 27 3, 11 | not in ~order to learn anew, but wishing to use the 28 3, 24 | that something would come anew into the Divine ~Mind. And 29 3, 38 | doctrine that proceeds from God anew is confirmed ~by some signs: 30 3, 38 | had to be baptized wholly anew "in water and the Holy Ghost."~ 31 3, 49 | that He began ~to love us anew.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[49] A[ 32 3, 49 | God, as if ~God had begun anew to love us, since it is 33 3, 53 | begins in any way to live anew after being actually dead: 34 3, 66 | to sin and begins to live anew unto righteousness. ~Consequently 35 3, 66 | return they are not baptized anew."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 36 3, 71 | written (Jer. 4:3): "Break up anew ~your fallow ground and 37 3, 73 | according as a man is born anew in Christ in virtue of His 38 3, 75 | itself; just as fire begins anew to be in some house, either ~ 39 3, 75 | moved locally does not come anew ~to some place unless it 40 3, 75 | body cannot begin to be anew in this sacrament except 41 3, 75 | another is converted, ~begins anew to inhere in the matter 42 3, 75 | the form of fire ~begins anew to be in the matter of the 43 3, 75 | of the man begins to be ~anew in the matter of the food. 44 3, 77 | returns, because God ~creates anew another new substance to 45 3, 77 | correctly described as created anew, than as returning. And 46 3, 83 | consecration are to be consecrated anew."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 47 3, 87 | whenever grace is infused anew, venial sins are forgiven.~ 48 3, 87 | act which grace produces anew, but not through any habit ~ 49 3, 87 | through any habit ~infused anew into the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 50 Suppl, 1 | hinders matter being quickened anew by ~some form, whereby it 51 Suppl, 22| since neither is he ordained anew when he is absolved, nor ~ 52 Suppl, 54| Nevertheless, they could contract anew, and this would be a new 53 Suppl, 72| our devotion is aroused anew as it ~were. Thirdly, because 54 Suppl, 72| sight . ~. . and again rises anew, as it were, and is recalled - 55 Suppl, 77| maintained that nothing begins anew to belong to the truth of ~ 56 Suppl, 80| two things to become one anew, except one of them be changed. 57 Suppl, 84| know, either we ~receive it anew through the senses, or we


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