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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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personally

   Part, Question
1 1, 33 | Father" in God is said personally before it is said ~essentially?~( 2 1, 33 | name before it is ~taken personally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 3 1, 33 | genus of principle taken personally ~in God. Or that there be 4 1, 34 | said not ~essentially, but personally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 5 1, 34 | sense, and which is said personally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 6 1, 34 | intellect can be applied to God ~personally, except word alone; for 7 1, 34 | speaking, Word in God is said personally, and ~not essentially, so 8 1, 34 | its proper sense, is used ~personally, and is the proper name 9 1, 34 | not said essentially, but personally. ~Therefore Word does not 10 1, 34 | God; and it ~is not said personally. But the name of Word is 11 1, 35 | Whether Image in God is said personally?~(2) Whether this name belongs 12 1, 35 | Whether image in God is said personally?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 13 1, 35 | seem that image is not said personally of God. For ~Augustine ( 14 1, 35 | God essentially, and not personally.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 15 1, 36 | He could in no wise be personally distinguished ~from Him; 16 1, 37 | be taken essentially and ~personally. If taken personally it 17 1, 37 | and ~personally. If taken personally it is the proper name of 18 1, 37 | whereas "Word" is said personally, because it signifies what ~ 19 1, 38 | possession of the giver, it is personally distinguished from the giver, ~ 20 1, 38 | answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, is the proper name 21 1, 39 | sense it ~would be taken personally; as, for instance, were 22 1, 41 | distinct from God, either personally or ~essentially, we may 23 1, 41 | God, either essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~with regard 24 1, 37 | be taken essentially and ~personally. If taken personally it 25 1, 37 | and ~personally. If taken personally it is the proper name of 26 1, 37 | whereas "Word" is said personally, because it signifies what ~ 27 1, 38 | possession of the giver, it is personally distinguished from the giver, ~ 28 1, 38 | answer that, Gift, taken personally in God, is the proper name 29 1, 39 | sense it ~would be taken personally; as, for instance, were 30 1, 41 | distinct from God, either personally or ~essentially, we may 31 1, 41 | God, either essentially or personally. Wherefore, ~with regard 32 2, 81 | words do not apply to him personally: for they ~are true as referred 33 2, 182 | whatever ~belongs to them personally." Therefore religious are 34 2, 183 | hindered from attending personally to the care of his ~subjects, 35 2, 183 | whatever belongs to them personally."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 36 3, 2 | because It is united to flesh personally, ~and not that It is changed 37 3, 3 | very Word of God should be personally united to human nature.~ 38 3, 7 | Christ wished to preach ~personally only in the one nation of 39 3, 7 | A[6]), is for Him to be personally united to the Son ~of God, 40 3, 9 | soul of Christ, which is personally united to Him, ~intelligible 41 3, 13 | instrument of the Word of God, ~personally united to Him. Therefore 42 3, 14 | body. For as His soul is personally united to the ~Word of God, 43 3, 17 | not ~hypostatically or personally, but accidentally, as some 44 3, 17 | God, ~hypostatically or personally as was said above (Q[2], 45 3, 50 | Christ's flesh was united personally and hypostatically with 46 3, 52 | which each had committed personally: secondly, for the sin of 47 3, 56 | the virtue of the ~Godhead personally united with it.~Aquin.: 48 3, 57 | union whereby it is united personally with ~God. Consequently, 49 3, 59 | the soul united with ~Him personally became a partaker of this 50 Suppl, 75| the redemption of Christ personally, ~and not only by reason 51 Suppl, 92| Christ there is nothing personally ~distinct from the Son of 52 Suppl, 92| the human nature is not personally distinct ~from the Word;


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