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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | same ~sentence, while it describes a fact, it reveals a mystery."~ 2 1, 57 | that "Sacred Scripture describes some heavenly essences ~ 3 1, 70 | ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes what is obvious to sense, 4 1, 58 | that "Sacred Scripture describes some heavenly essences as 5 1, 71 | ii, text. 43). But Moses ~describes what is obvious to sense, 6 1, 77 | Gen. ad lit. xii, 6,7,24) describes three ~kinds of vision; 7 1, 82 | intellectual appetite when he describes choice as "a ~desire proceeding 8 2, 72 | Augustine (De Trin. xii, 12) describes three ~stages of sin, of 9 2, 14 | in speaking of dulness ~describes it as "dullness of sense 10 2, 78 | and as the Philosopher describes it in Ethic. ~viii and ix. 11 2, 78 | justice of exchange," which he describes ~as "the habit of observing 12 2, 78 | legislative ~justice," which he describes as "the science of political 13 2, 120 | precept of the ~decalogue describes the exterior worship of 14 2, 126 | magnificence," which he describes ~as being "the discussion 15 2, 126 | mentions "patience," which ~he describes as "the voluntary and prolonged 16 2, 126 | which ~accordingly he describes as "the fixed and continued 17 2, 156 | aforesaid. For "wrath" he describes ~as "having beginning and 18 2, 156 | persons: "ill-will" he describes as "an anger ~that endures 19 2, 156 | sullenness"; while he describes "rancour" as "reckoning 20 2, 166 | of the virtues, ~and he describes it as a habit whereby a 21 2, 172 | man calls him Samuel, and describes his prediction as ~prophetic, 22 2, 178 | the angels. Now Dionysius describes these ~movements as being 23 2, 178 | are above it." Again, he ~describes differently their respective 24 2, 178 | On the other hand, he ~describes the straight movement of 25 2, 178 | movement in the ~angels he describes as being composed of the 26 2, 178 | 2). That alone which he describes as immobility belongs to 27 2, 178 | is evident that Dionysius describes the movement of ~contemplation 28 3, 45 | real body. The Evangelist describes the manner of His transfiguration ~ 29 3, 58 | as his helper. But Mark describes Him as seated ~after the 30 Suppl, 36| I answer that, Our Lord describes the faithful servant whom 31 Suppl, 80| this reason the Apostle describes ~as being "spiritual" the 32 Suppl, 85| energy which the ~Gospel describes as speech (Mt. 25:84-46), 33 Suppl, 93| is before ~me," says: "He describes the peculiar reward which


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