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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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returns

   Part, Question
1 1, 14 | knows his own essence, ~returns completely to his own essence." 2 1, 14 | way diffused in it; and it returns to ~itself inasmuch as it 3 1, 14 | whoever knows his essence returns to it." Now it ~supremely 4 1, 14 | of speaking, He supremely returns to His own essence, and 5 1, 19 | divine will in one ~order, returns into it in another order; 6 1, 20 | soldier who after flight returns and bravely pursues the 7 1, 64 | which is finite. But no one returns from the malice of ~sin 8 1, 67 | water which has been heated returns in time to its natural state. ~ 9 1, 74 | seven days, the first day returns which is one ~with the eighth 10 1, 65 | which is finite. But no one returns from the malice of ~sin 11 1, 68 | water which has been heated returns in time to its natural state. ~ 12 1, 73 | seven days, the first day returns which is one ~with the eighth 13 1, 78 | again, by way of ~judgment returns by analysis to first principles, 14 1, 103 | God, and in His absence ~returns at once to darkness."~Aquin.: 15 2, 33 | itself: when, to wit, man returns to that ~disposition, in 16 2, 40 | far as we think that he returns our love. ~Wherefore the 17 2, 69 | the beatitudes. Hence it ~returns to the first, that we may 18 2, 78 | repents of his ~sin, and soon returns to his good intentions; 19 2, 86 | soon as, moved by grace, he returns to the Divine light and ~ 20 2, 88 | it last a long ~time, it returns to its generic nature, through 21 2, 88 | wine: wherefore the sin ~returns to its specific nature.~ 22 2, 109 | its nature, as hot water returns by itself to its natural ~ 23 2, 109 | and a stone cast upwards returns by itself to its natural ~ 24 3, 44 | Health ~restored by our Lord returns wholly and instantly."~Aquin.: 25 3, 68 | Jews whose bad faith often "returns to the vomit," wish to ~ 26 3, 77 | substance of the bread and wine ~returns during the corruption of 27 3, 77 | that the said substance returns, because God ~creates anew 28 3, 77 | substance of the bread returns. For, from what was said 29 3, 77 | corruption of the species there returns (not, indeed, ~the substance 30 3, 88 | returned. Therefore a sin ~returns after once being taken away 31 3, 88 | who is freed by his master returns to the same state of ~slavery 32 3, 88 | after being freed from sin, returns to ~the debt of as great 33 3, 88 | equal debt of ~punishment returns through ingratitude.~Aquin.: 34 3, 88 | amount of the debt that returns must be ~according to the 35 3, 89 | who, after running away, returns and bravely attacks the 36 Suppl, 4 | by penance, the sinner returns to his former ~state of 37 Suppl, 4 | punishment, yet he never ~returns to his former dignity of 38 Suppl, 6 | which respect the sinner returns to self; ~while, on the 39 Suppl, 16| violence been heated, of itself returns to its natural property. ~ 40 Suppl, 61| can marry again when he returns ~to the world: which is 41 Suppl, 62| fornication, seemingly ~returns evil for evil. Therefore 42 Suppl, 70| identically the same soul that returns to the body, it would not 43 Suppl, 70| water that has ~been heated returns not identically the same, 44 Suppl, 72| virtue of its species it returns to the cold ~temperature 45 Suppl, 72| its species that remains returns to its proper and former 46 Suppl, 72| state, ~and consequently it returns not from this state to the 47 Suppl, 72| mortal ~sin. Now man never returns to life from spiritual death 48 Suppl, 72| resurrection whereby one ~returns from death to life is not 49 Suppl, 76| heaven by local movement ~returns to the beginning of its 50 Suppl, 76| that the matter of one part returns to another ~part of another


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