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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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truths

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | salvation of man that certain truths which exceed human reason 2 1, 1 | revelation. Even as regards those truths ~about God which human reason 3 1, 1 | should be ~taught divine truths by divine revelation. It 4 1, 1 | uncertain nature of the truths, but to the weakness of 5 1, 1 | principles to demonstrate other truths ~in these sciences: so this 6 1, 1 | admits some at least of the truths obtained through divine 7 1, 1 | articles of faith to other truths.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[1] A[8] 8 1, 1 | Therefore, to put forward divine truths by likening ~them to corporeal 9 1, 1 | forward divine and ~spiritual truths by means of comparisons 10 1, 1 | to attain to intellectual truths through sensible ~objects, 11 1, 1 | in Holy ~Writ, spiritual truths are fittingly taught under 12 1, 1 | 1:14) - that spiritual truths be expounded by ~means of 13 1, 1 | them to the knowledge of truths; and through those to whom 14 1, 1 | more fitting that ~divine truths should be expounded under 15 1, 1 | literal descriptions of divine truths, which might ~have been 16 1, 1 | because thereby divine truths are the ~better hidden from 17 1, 2 | existence of God and other like truths about God, ~which can be 18 1, 12 | are not pure can know many truths," i.e. by natural reason.~ 19 1, 16 | argue from these particular truths to truth in general.~Aquin.: 20 1, 16 | is written (Ps. 11:2), "Truths are decayed from ~among 21 1, 16 | nature, then are there many truths in many created intellects; 22 1, 16 | Whence a gloss on Ps. 11:2, "Truths are decayed from among the 23 1, 16 | reflected in a ~mirror, so many truths are reflected from the one 24 1, 16 | It is written (Ps. 11:2),"Truths are decayed from among the 25 1, 20 | particular ~and special truths. Now there are certain acts 26 1, 32 | like; and concerning ~these truths a false opinion of itself 27 1, 34 | called the Word. ~All these truths cannot be expressed by only 28 1, 58 | the angels, because in the truths which ~they know naturally, 29 1, 59 | the angels, because in the truths which ~they know naturally, 30 1, 78 | higher reason: for necessary truths are found even ~among temporal 31 1, 93 | principles, that is, ~whatever truths man is naturally able to 32 1, 93 | necessary for us to know the truths of faith in order to ~direct 33 1, 93 | knowledge of these supernatural truths as was necessary for the 34 1, 98 | By faith alone do we hold truths which are above nature, ~ 35 1, 106| Enlightenment is of those truths that emanate from the ~first 36 1, 110| manifestation of Divine truths to men, but God also revealed 37 2, 4 | clean of heart, know many truths." Therefore ~rectitude of 38 2, 56 | right reason of speculative truths, is the speculative ~intellect 39 2, 68 | understanding . . . penetrates the truths heard . . ~. counsel . . . 40 2, 68 | that it penetrates the ~truths heard, refreshing the heart 41 2, 103| shall suffer and rise again, truths of which their sacraments 42 2, 109| are not sinless know many ~truths." Now man is cleansed from 43 2, 109| with ~regard to certain truths that are known and spoken, 44 2, 1 | 1: By faith we hold many truths about God, which the ~philosophers 45 2, 8 | reach to certain higher truths, for which he ~requires 46 2, 8 | enlightened it in regard to other truths ~that are preambles to the 47 2, 8 | errors, so as to receive the truths which are ~proposed to it 48 2, 11 | those which are secondary truths, have the character ~of 49 2, 14 | who are unclean, know many truths." Now men become unclean 50 2, 14 | the unclean can know some ~truths, but their uncleanness is 51 2, 23 | knows the same ~scientific truths with greater certainty now 52 2, 31 | according to Jerome vital truths are not to be foregone ~ 53 2, 31 | s commandments are vital truths. Since, ~therefore, fraternal 54 2, 94 | demons ~know scientific truths: because sciences are about 55 2, 107| certain manifestation of truths ~relating to science wherefore 56 2, 107| are. Nevertheless ~since truths of science, as known by 57 2, 160| although certain hidden truths be ~conveyed to their understanding, 58 2, 165| the knowledge of certain ~truths, in so far as the desire 59 2, 170| prophets, ~contains some truths whereby it is rendered acceptable. 60 2, 170| Hence He ~foretells certain truths even by the demons' prophets, 61 2, 171| representation of ~intelligible truths that surpass his intellect, 62 2, 178| divine truth: and other truths perfect the intellect in 63 3, 12 | someone else some minor truths at first, and afterwards 64 3, 83 | faith. ~Consequently, the truths which belong to instruction


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