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restitution 154
restless 8
restlessness 10
restoration 39
restore 116
restored 139
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39 principalities
39 rays
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39 restoration
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39 self-love
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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restoration

   Part, Question
1 2, 87 | what he would ~wish. This restoration of the equality of justice 2 2, 109 | than it is now. For the ~restoration by Christ's grace, although 3 2, 114 | Whether anyone can merit restoration after sin?~(8) Whether he 4 2, 114 | Whether a man may merit restoration after a fall?~Aquin.: SMT 5 2, 114 | anyone may merit for himself restoration after ~a fall. For what 6 2, 114 | extent, merit for another his restoration after a fall, ~even as his 7 2, 114 | may he merit for himself ~restoration after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 114 | that he merits for himself restoration.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 9 2, 114 | one can merit for ~himself restoration after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT 10 2, 114 | one can merit for himself restoration after a future ~fall, either 11 2, 114 | nowise merit for himself restoration ~after a fall.~Aquin.: SMT 12 2, 114 | desire whereby we seek for restoration after a fall is ~called 13 2, 114 | the prayer whereby this restoration is besought ~is called just, 14 3, 1 | it was necessary for the restoration of the human race?~(3) Whether 15 3, 1 | it was necessary for the restoration of the human race that the ~ 16 3, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, for the restoration of human nature, which had 17 3, 1 | was not ~necessary for the restoration of human nature that the 18 3, 1 | become incarnate for the ~restoration of human nature. For God 19 3, 1 | become incarnate for the restoration of human ~nature. Hence 20 3, 1 | principally ordained ~to the restoration of the human race by blotting 21 3, 3 | the Father, in order ~that restoration should correspond to creation 22 3, 4 | because it stood in need of restoration, having fallen ~under original 23 3, 30 | this was becoming to the restoration of human nature which was ~ 24 3, 30 | an apt beginning of man's restoration that an angel should be ~ 25 3, 51 | daylight on account ~of man's restoration" (De Trin. iv).~Aquin.: 26 3, 53 | to light owing to man's restoration." And so it is ~evident 27 3, 65 | Thee." ~The other is the restoration of former vigor by means 28 3, 69 | away until the ultimate restoration of nature through ~the glorious 29 3, 90 | case we seek not only the restoration of the ~equality of justice, 30 Suppl, 14| reinstatement of ~friendship and the restoration of the equality of justice, 31 Suppl, 72| conformed to Him in the restoration of natural life, but not 32 Suppl, 73| disposal thereof for the restoration of the human body; ~wherefore 33 Suppl, 74| in them." Therefore the ~restoration of the bodies will precede 34 Suppl, 75| ashes are destined to the ~restoration of the body which will suffer 35 Suppl, 77| required for the perfect restoration of human ~nature in all 36 Suppl, 77| subject to ebb and flow the restoration will be effected in this 37 Suppl, 78| members will ~be for the restoration of the perfection of human 38 Suppl, 83| unreasonable. For in the restoration of the rising body we ~look 39 Suppl, 87| bettered through man's restoration, according to Col. 1:20, "


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