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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | science, which has been built up by human reason. Therefore 2 1, 1 | besides philosophical science built up by ~human reason. Firstly, 3 1, 1 | besides philosophical science built up by reason, there should 4 1, 14 | from the ~house already built.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 5 1, 19 | Out of all things is built up the admirable beauty ~ 6 1, 68 | laid the foundations, then built the walls, and thirdly, 7 1, 69 | laid the foundations, then built the walls, and thirdly, 8 1, 86 | perfection of the thing built; but it remains in the ~ 9 1, 91 | written (Gn. 2:22): "God built the rib, which He ~took 10 2, 61 | structure of ~good works is built on four virtues."~Aquin.: 11 2, 67 | is removed, that which is built upon ~it remains no more. 12 2, 89 | said (1 ~Cor. 3:12) to be built on a spiritual foundation. 13 2, 89 | works, which are ~indeed built upon the spiritual edifice, 14 2, 89 | sins are not said to be built upon the spiritual ~foundation, 15 2, 89 | hay, and stubble, but not built upon the ~spiritual edifice; 16 2, 90 | of building and the house built; so ~in the acts of reason, 17 2, 102 | Therefore ~it should have been built so as to point to the east 18 2, 102 | this house which I ~have built" for Thee? And further on ( 19 2, 102 | first time the temple was built in the place which Abraham, ~ 20 2, 102 | Hence the temple was not built until they had a king who ~ 21 2, 102 | Old Law; while the temple built by ~Solomon betokens the 22 2, 102 | whereas the temple was built with the ~cooperation of 23 2, 102 | stones with which a house is built, or in ~clothes. Hence the 24 2, 103 | 18) that "Abraham . . . built . . . an altar to the ~Lord"; 25 2, 105 | because such houses are built merely ~with a view to the 26 2, 105 | instance a man that had ~built a new house, or who had 27 2, 108 | likened to a wise man that built ~his house upon a rock." 28 2, 114 | midwives feared God, He built them houses"; on which a 29 2, 23 | Esdr 4:17 about those who built up Jerusalem.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 50 | as a ~house, after it is built, ceases being built by the 31 2, 50 | it is built, ceases being built by the builder. On the other ~ 32 2, 56 | structure of good works is built on four virtues," viz. temperance, 33 2, 108 | for it is stated that "God built ~them houses" (Ex. 1:21). 34 2, 108 | midwives ~feared God, He built them houses." But the subsequent 35 2, 108 | houses') explains that God ~"built them spiritual houses." 36 2, 172 | Rome to wit, "was being built, which was to govern the ~ 37 2, 187 | well aware that walls when built receive not the ~weight 38 3, 23 | form of a house already built is like the ~mental word 39 3, 32 | Prov. 9:1): "Wisdom hath built herself a ~house." Now, 40 3, 32 | is the Church, ~which He built with His blood. Secondly, 41 3, 36 | like the carpenters who built the Ark of Noe, who ~provided 42 3, 40 | because such a life is built on an abundance ~of contemplation, 43 3, 52 | when ~the Ark was being built."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[52] A[ 44 3, 64 | governing the Church which is built on faith and the sacraments 45 3, 64 | the Church is said to be built up with the sacraments " 46 3, 72 | sense that by Baptism man is built up into a ~spiritual dwelling, 47 3, 72 | Confirmation, like a house already built, he is ~consecrated as a 48 Suppl, 17| of which ~the Church is built, flowed from the side of 49 Suppl, 34| of ~God, for He Himself built it with His blood. Therefore 50 Suppl, 74| Christ on which the Church is built lasted three years and a ~ 51 Suppl, 83| thus the form of the house built by the craftsman is ~materially 52 Suppl, 96| evil, and a good Nineve is built up, that was not: ~for while


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