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immutable 51
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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immutable

   Part, Question
1 1, 9 | Whether God is altogether immutable?~(2) Whether to be immutable 2 1, 9 | immutable?~(2) Whether to be immutable belongs to God alone?~Aquin.: 3 1, 9 | Whether God is altogether immutable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[1] 4 1, 9 | that God is not altogether immutable. For whatever moves ~itself 5 1, 9 | that God is altogether ~immutable. First, because it was shown 6 1, 9 | Para. 1/1~Whether to be immutable belongs to God alone?~Aquin.: 7 1, 9 | OBJ 1: It seems that to be immutable does not belong to God alone. 8 1, 9 | matter. Therefore to be immutable does not belong to God ~ 9 1, 9 | belong to ~God alone to be immutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[2] 10 1, 9 | Boni. i), "God alone is ~immutable; and whatever things He 11 1, 9 | God alone is altogether immutable; whereas every creature ~ 12 1, 9 | kinds ~of substances are immutable and invariable as regards 13 1, 9 | Him alone to be altogether immutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[9] A[2] 14 1, 10 | But as whatever is wholly immutable ~can have no succession, 15 1, 10 | Hence, as ~God is supremely immutable, it supremely belongs to 16 1, 10 | God alone is altogether immutable, as was shown above (Q[9], 17 1, 14 | substance is altogether immutable, ~as shown above (Q[9], 18 1, 15 | forms, or permanent and immutable types of things, ~they themselves 19 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether truth is immutable?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 20 1, 16 | It seems that truth is immutable. For Augustine says (De 21 1, 16 | remains after every change is immutable; as primary ~matter is unbegotten 22 1, 16 | not. Therefore ~truth is immutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 23 1, 16 | these propositions remains immutable; and for the same reason 24 1, 16 | can escape, ~in this is immutable truth. Now such is the divine 25 1, 16 | the ~divine intellect is immutable. But the truth of our intellect 26 1, 16 | and this is altogether ~immutable.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 27 1, 22 | iv, 6): "Fate from the ~immutable source of providence binds 28 1, 24 | is something eternal and ~immutable. Therefore whatsoever is 29 2, 73 | that he turns away from the immutable Good, which ~aversion completes 30 2, 84 | from the desire for the immutable ~God; and consequently charity, 31 2, 84 | appetite to reason, or to ~the immutable good, which is God, whereas 32 2, 87 | the turning away from the immutable good, which ~is infinite, 33 2, 88 | consequently turns away from the immutable good, so that he sins ~mortally. 34 2, 88 | in ~contraposition to the immutable good, unless one's end is 35 2, 19 | together with aversion from the immutable ~good, as Augustine states ( 36 2, 19 | way, aversion from ~the immutable good, and conversion to 37 2, 19 | principally in aversion from the immutable ~good; but, consequently, 38 2, 19 | consequently, in aversion from the immutable good: ~because the fornicator 39 2, 20 | power of ~God, which is an immutable good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[21] 40 2, 20 | good, and aversion from the immutable good, in as much as it ascribes ~ 41 2, 87 | stability results from "two immutable things" [*Heb. ~6:18].~Aquin.: 42 2, 88 | respect of God ~Whose will is immutable. If we obtain something 43 2, 116| in turning away from the ~immutable good, and adhering to mutable 44 2, 160| and aversion from the ~immutable good, and this gives sin 45 2, 187| man turns away from the immutable good by ~sinning mortally. 46 3, 1 | For God, Who is uncreated, immutable, and incorporeal, ~produced 47 3, 2 | Divine Nature is ~altogether immutable, as has been said (FP, Q[ 48 3, 16 | since God ~is uncreated, immutable, and eternal, and it belongs 49 3, 86 | they turn ~away from the immutable Good, which applies to all 50 3, 86 | namely, a turning from the immutable Good, and an inordinate ~ 51 3, 86 | sin turns away ~from the immutable Good, it induces a debt


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