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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conceive

   Part, Question
1 1, 15 | just as a builder cannot conceive the idea of a house unless 2 1, 23 | him and made Rebecca to conceive" ~(Gn. 25:21). But from 3 1, 25 | no intellect can possibly conceive such a thing.~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 35 | we perceive ourselves to conceive a certain love for those 5 2, 82 | and in ~sins did my mother conceive me." But the sin in which 6 2, 103 | Behold a ~virgin shall conceive and bear a son," where the 7 2, 113 | out. Hence we could not conceive ~the remission of guilt, 8 2, 4 | Behold a virgin shall conceive." Therefore faith ~is not 9 2, 82 | that those who pray there conceive a greater devotion and ~ 10 2, 127 | something, which hope we conceive through observing ~something 11 2, 169 | Behold a virgin shall ~conceive, and bear a son'"; some 12 2, 169 | Behold a virgin shall conceive." Sometimes, however, the 13 3, 2 | 3), that "we ~must not conceive a common species in the 14 3, 3 | I, ch. 26]: "We ~do not conceive the mode of conjunction 15 3, 27 | with God: behold thou shalt conceive," ~etc. But she would not 16 3, 28 | Behold a virgin shall ~conceive."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 17 3, 28 | Behold a virgin shall conceive," but adds: "and shall bear 18 3, 30 | in you." But to those who conceive Him spiritually no ~announcement 19 3, 30 | Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive the Son of ~God in her womb.~ 20 3, 30 | her: ~"Behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and shalt bring 21 3, 30 | Blessed Virgin that she was to conceive Christ. First, in order 22 3, 30 | saying: "Behold, thou shalt conceive in thy ~womb," etc.; and 23 3, 31 | nature that a ~virgin should conceive and give birth: that thou 24 3, 32 | power to receive," i.e. to conceive, "the Word of ~God." As 25 3, 37 | Behold a virgin shall conceive and bear a son, and His 26 3, 39 | sake of ~them who cannot conceive at all an incorporeal nature . . . 27 3, 80 | and since such persons can conceive some devotion towards this 28 3, 80 | reason so as to be able to conceive some devotion for the ~sacrament, 29 Suppl, 64| woman in that state ~cannot conceive, and because an issue of 30 Suppl, 64| the menstruum, she can ~conceive; moreover, the said issue 31 Suppl, 80| Trin.), "we cannot possibly conceive two bodies ~occupying one 32 Suppl, 85| book, who will be ~able to conceive its size and length? or 33 Suppl, 89| whatever form our ~intellect conceive, that form is out of proportion 34 Suppl, 89| that our ~intellect can conceive, and thus we are united 35 Suppl, 93| one thus ~violated should conceive, she would not for that


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