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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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immersion

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1 3, 51 | were ~buried with Christ by immersion, according to Rm. 6:4: " 2 3, 66 | of Christ?"~(7) Whether immersion is necessary for Baptism?~( 3 3, 66 | Baptism?~(8) Whether trine immersion is necessary?~(9) Whether 4 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether immersion in water is necessary for 5 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that immersion in water is necessary for 6 3, 66 | ordinary way of baptizing is by immersion. ~Therefore it seems that 7 3, 66 | can be no Baptism without immersion.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 8 3, 66 | death." But this is done by immersion: for ~Chrysostom says on 9 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that immersion is ~essential to Baptism.~ 10 3, 66 | Baptism is valid without total immersion of the body, ~it would follow 11 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that immersion is necessary for Baptism, ~ 12 3, 66 | done with water not only by immersion, but also by ~sprinkling 13 3, 66 | is safer to baptize by ~immersion, because this is the more 14 3, 66 | might be endangered by immersion. We must therefore conclude 15 3, 66 | therefore conclude that ~immersion is not necessary for Baptism.~ 16 3, 66 | more clearly represented by immersion: ~wherefore this manner 17 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether trine immersion is essential to Baptism?~ 18 3, 66 | OBJ 1: It seems that trine immersion is essential to Baptism. 19 3, 66 | For that thrice repeated immersion reproduces the burial ~of 20 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that trine immersion is essential to Baptism.~ 21 3, 66 | Christ's ~mandate. But trine immersion was commanded by Christ: 22 3, 66 | Trinity and also with trine ~immersion." Therefore, just as it 23 3, 66 | essential to baptize by trine immersion.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 24 3, 66 | OBJ 3: Further, if trine immersion be not essential to Baptism, 25 3, 66 | conferred at the first ~immersion; so that if a second or 26 3, 66 | that if a second or third immersion be added, it seems that ~ 27 3, 66 | is absurd. Therefore ~one immersion does not suffice for the 28 3, 66 | sacrament of Baptism, and trine ~immersion is essential thereto.~Aquin.: 29 3, 66 | either a trine or a ~single immersion: since the Trinity can be 30 3, 66 | unity of the Godhead in one immersion."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 31 3, 66 | both single and trine ~immersion are lawful considered in 32 3, 66 | in themselves; since one immersion ~signifies the oneness of 33 3, 66 | the Godhead; while trine ~immersion signifies the three days 34 3, 66 | Christ's death, and with one ~immersion. And this was condemned 35 3, 66 | baptism ~not with the trine immersion in the one administration, 36 3, 66 | administration, but with one ~immersion, which baptism is said to 37 3, 66 | of their error, only ~one immersion was ordered to be made, 38 3, 66 | to the single baptismal ~immersion."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 39 3, 66 | motive has ceased, trine immersion is universally ~observed 40 3, 66 | represented in the one ~immersion. And the three days of His 41 3, 66 | s Passion, is the trine ~immersion essential to the sacrament.~ 42 3, 66 | Pelagius understood the trine immersion to be ordained ~by Christ 43 3, 66 | one Baptism by a trine ~immersion. Wherefore Jerome says on 44 3, 66 | the Baptism," ~i.e. the immersion, "be thrice repeated, on 45 3, 66 | confer one Baptism at each immersion ~together with the repetition 46 3, 78 | in Baptism, yet the first immersion does not produce ~its effect 47 Suppl, 29| 1/2~On the contrary, As immersion is in relation to Baptism, 48 Suppl, 29| even as Baptism in ~one immersion and in three, since washing 49 Suppl, 29| can be completed by one immersion and by several. But when


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