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wondering 3
wonders 34
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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wonders

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | also He does ~supernatural wonders above the common order, 2 1, 109 | Who alone doth great ~wonders."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] 3 1, 113 | power, and signs, ~and lying wonders." Much more therefore at 4 1, 113 | the demons ~perform lying wonders.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[114] A[ 5 1, 113 | Antichrist may be called lying wonders, "either because he will 6 1, 116 | soul he worked ~magical wonders. But this could not have 7 2, 3 | not what that cause is, he wonders about it, and from ~wondering 8 2, 34 | instance, when one learns or wonders, as ~stated above (Q[32], 9 2, 62 | Ghost, Who had wrought many wonders ~through him, had secretly 10 2, 169 | face, in all the signs ~and wonders."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[171] 11 2, 172 | face: in all the signs and ~wonders, which He sent by him, to 12 2, 176 | shall show great signs and wonders." Therefore it would ~seem 13 2, 176 | are divided into "signs," "wonders" or ~"portents," and "virtues." [* 14 2, 176 | working of signs" and "wonders."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[178] 15 2, 176 | power, and signs, and lying wonders." To quote the words of 16 2, 176 | called signs ~and lying wonders, because he will deceive 17 2, 176 | because, though they be real wonders, they will seduce into falsehood ~ 18 2, 176 | them witness by signs and wonders and divers miracles": ~wherefore 19 3, 1 | believe when such ~great wonders were wrought in their midst, 20 3, 7 | them witness by signs ~and wonders." Hence it is clear that 21 3, 15 | OBJ 3: Further, no man wonders at what he himself can do. 22 3, 38 | them witness by signs and wonders." But it is written of ~ 23 3, 43 | Unless you see signs and wonders you believe not." Therefore 24 3, 43 | should not begin to work wonders from His early ~years: for 25 3, 43 | water,' it is clear that the wonders ~which some pretend to have 26 3, 43 | cxxxvii): "No suitable wonders; say they, show ~forth the 27 3, 44 | them witness by signs and wonders and divers miracles, and 28 3, 44 | by His operation, works wonders: for ~the hand signifies 29 3, 46 | in Him on ~witnessing the wonders."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 30 3, 49 | power, and signs, and lying wonders, and in all seduction ~of 31 3, 55 | Unless you see signs ~and wonders, you believe not." From 32 3, 55 | The Lord manifested two wonders, which are ~mutually contrary 33 Suppl, 69| limits other than have the wonders of the Divine power, nature' 34 Suppl, 69| grace to ~heal and work wonders, which can only be done


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