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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | US (THIRTEEN ARTICLES)~As hitherto we have considered God as 2 1, 43 | which he was not there ~hitherto. Thus the mission of a divine 3 1, 46 | because it began to be whereas hitherto ~it was not. This, however, 4 1, 69 | OBJ 2: Further, the earth hitherto had been completely covered 5 1, 43 | which he was not there ~hitherto. Thus the mission of a divine 6 1, 47 | because it began to be whereas hitherto ~it was not. This, however, 7 1, 70 | OBJ 2: Further, the earth hitherto had been completely covered 8 2, 40 | as impossible that which hitherto he had thought ~possible. 9 2, 95 | brought to do ~willingly what hitherto they did from fear, and 10 2, 97 | occurs, the rule followed hitherto ~should be changed. But " 11 2, 97 | which the law was useful hitherto, then it is not the ~custom 12 2, 106 | than he has possessed it hitherto, especially the apostles ~ 13 2, 111 | especially when the will, which hitherto ~willed evil, begins to 14 2, 113 | has been subject to it ~hitherto. Hence by sinning with the 15 2, 114 | even though he ~has not hitherto had his grace. Much more, 16 2, 2 | this name of His, which hitherto they knew not." ~Therefore 17 2, 4 | comes to a believer, who hitherto ~had the habit of lifeless 18 2, 4 | lifeless and without form hitherto, becomes formed and living.~ 19 2, 8 | come to understand what hitherto we ignored. Hence the act 20 2, 10 | all their feasts, just as hitherto they and their fathers have ~ 21 2, 10 | Church's custom observed hitherto.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 22 2, 23 | matters which he ignored hitherto. But this ~cannot be said 23 2, 25 | loving one to whom one has hitherto done kindly actions. Therefore ~ 24 2, 87 | by making public what was hitherto secret: ~in another way 25 2, 87 | but it implies that what hitherto came under an oath no ~longer 26 2, 162 | concupiscence such as they had not hitherto."~ 27 2, 172 | more excellent way than ~hitherto, because then not only certain 28 2, 172 | aside to idolatry, whereas hitherto no such revelation ~was 29 2, 182 | something they ~had not hitherto, namely the office of the 30 3, 16 | if ~"this was not white hitherto" that "therefore it was 31 3, 16 | therefore it was not colored ~hitherto." Now, to be simply is higher 32 3, 37 | womb" imply that nothing hitherto had entered or gone forth 33 3, 39 | the obstacles which had hitherto hindered the ~souls of the 34 3, 52 | away your power, whereby ~hitherto you held men fast in hell"; 35 3, 54 | of color, as it had been hitherto, it seems that ~it was not 36 3, 55 | His bodily presence, but hitherto He ~had been with them not 37 3, 55 | Him'; not that they were hitherto walking with their eyes 38 Suppl, 2 | crushed [conteritur] which hitherto was ~hard and whole. Hence 39 Suppl, 2 | the hardness of sin was hitherto: so that there is no ~contrition 40 Suppl, 37| persons that ~which had hitherto been committed implicitly 41 Suppl, 45| body (1 Cor. ~7:4), whereas hitherto each had free power over 42 Suppl, 72| destroyed, as they ~thought hitherto.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[73] A[ 43 Suppl, 72| consideration of things which hitherto they ~were unable to see 44 Suppl, 80| distinct ~being which it had hitherto, in so much as each of them


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