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37 first-born
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37 foreseen
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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first-born

   Part, Question
1 1, 33 | the ~invisible God, the first-born of every creature." Therefore 2 1, 41 | mouth of the Most High, the ~first-born before all creatures": and 3 1, 41 | mouth of the Most High, the ~first-born before all creatures": and 4 1, 92 | of the invisible God, the First-Born of every creature." Therefore 5 1, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The First-Born of creatures is the perfect 6 1, 92 | Image of God exists in His first-born ~Son; as the image of the 7 2, 84 | After ~giving the law of the first-born the text continues (Ex. 8 2, 85 | although it is stated ~that the first-born were priests, and that they 9 2, 98 | ancient writers, right of ~the first-born (because before the Lord 10 2, 98 | because before the Lord the first-born exercised the ~priestly 11 2, 98 | from Esau the right of the first-born (Gn. 25:31, sqq.). Again 12 2, 98 | Para. 2/5~The right of the first-born was due to Jacob by reason 13 2, 108| that he was ~Esau, Isaac's first-born, was spoken in a mystical 14 2, 108| Gentiles, ~should supplant the first-born, i.e. the Jews.~Aquin.: 15 2, 146| Who smote Egypt with their first-born," says: "Lust, ~concupiscence, 16 2, 146| concupiscence, pride are the first-born of gluttony." Therefore 17 3, 4 | Son of God, as He is the First-born of many brethren, according 18 3, 4 | nature, even as He is the First-born of all creatures according 19 3, 8 | Son; that He might be the first-born amongst many brethren." ~ 20 3, 23 | 29: "That He might be the first-born among many brethren." Now ~ 21 3, 28 | till she brought forth her first-born Son." Now this conjunction ~" 22 3, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, "first-born" can only be said of one 23 3, 28 | Son; that He ~might be the first-born among many brethren." But 24 3, 28 | evangelist calls ~Christ the first-born by His Mother. Therefore 25 3, 28 | wont to designate as the first-born, not ~only a child who is 26 3, 28 | Otherwise, if a child were not first-born unless followed by ~others, 27 3, 37 | called the name ~of" the "first-born Manasses, saying: God hath 28 3, 37 | Sanctify unto Me every first-born ~that openeth the womb among 29 3, 37 | in the law concerning the first-born of ~"both man and beast": 30 3, 37 | claimed for Himself all the first-born ~in Israel, because, in 31 3, 37 | Israelites, He "slew every ~first-born in the land of Egypt, both 32 3, 37 | Ex. 12:12,13,29), ~the first-born of Israel being saved; which 33 3, 37 | foreshadowed, who is "the First-born amongst many ~brethren" ( 34 3, 37 | born of a woman and was her first-born, and ~since He wished to 35 3, 37 | that ~which concerns the first-born, when he says (Lk. 2:22, 36 3, 42 | sent to the Jews, as to the first-born ~people; so neither was 37 3, 53 | be understood to be 'the first-born of the dead,' if so many ~


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