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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | father; and mediately, as Eve was his ~mother, who proceeded 2 1, 73 | out of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed 3 1, 72 | out of which God formed Eve; whilst ~others existed 4 1, 91 | Divine Power alone. Wherefore Eve is ~not called the daughter 5 1, 91 | the proportion of a rib to Eve's body. Therefore ~Eve was 6 1, 91 | to Eve's body. Therefore ~Eve was not formed from a rib 7 1, 91 | taken ~from the man, that Eve might be made from it.~Aquin.: 8 2, 81 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, 9 2, 81 | 1: It would seem that if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, 10 2, 81 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, 11 2, 81 | original sin. Therefore if Eve, and not Adam, ~had sinned, 12 2, 81 | the ~mother: so that if Eve had sinned, her children 13 2, 81 | so that, accordingly, if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, ~ 14 2, 81 | whereas, if Adam, and not ~Eve, had sinned, they would 15 2, 81 | OBJ 2: Some hold that if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, 16 2, 81 | posterity on account of Eve's sin; it ~is evident that 17 2, 89 | movement of unbelief in ~Eve, since she doubted what 18 2, 145 | the ~same reason, on the eve of the chief festivals, 19 2, 161 | away," says: ~"Adam and Eve wished to rob the Godhead 20 2, 161 | sin was more grievous than Eve's?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 21 2, 161 | sin was more grievous than Eve's. For ~it is written (1 22 2, 161 | was ~more grievous than Eve's.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 23 2, 161 | sinned more grievously than Eve.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 24 2, 161 | sinned more grievously than Eve.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 25 2, 161 | Gen. ad lit. ~xi, 35): "Eve in excusing herself betrays 26 3, 31 | rather from man: just as Eve was formed from the rib 27 3, 31 | concurrence of man or woman: Eve was made of man ~but not 28 3, 35 | for we ~do not speak of Eve as being the daughter of 29 3, 66 | the Church, both on Easter Eve, when we commemorate ~our 30 3, 72 | is celebrated on Easter Eve, it was ~rightly decreed, 31 3, 83 | on the night of Christmas eve, when mass is ~celebrated, 32 Suppl, 54| more akin to a man than Eve ~was to Adam, since of her 33 Suppl, 54| flesh of my flesh." Yet Eve was joined in marriage to 34 Suppl, 54| 1~Reply OBJ 1: Although Eve was formed from Adam she 35 Suppl, 54| formed in the ~same way as Eve was. Hence the natural connection 36 Suppl, 54| natural connection between Eve and Adam ~was not so great 37 Suppl, 54| the natural ~principle of Eve as a father is of his daughter.~ 38 Suppl, 77| again not in Adam but in ~Eve, else Eve would not rise 39 Suppl, 77| in Adam but in ~Eve, else Eve would not rise again at 40 Suppl, 77| again not in Adam but in Eve, just as the seed will rise


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