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former 360
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formeth 2
forming 30
formless 99
formlessness 64
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30 foretell
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30 hears
30 home
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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forming

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | because our intellect, when forming a proposition about God, 2 1, 13 | intellect is not false in forming composition in its ideas 3 1, 14 | composition or ~division, by forming an enunciation. Now the 4 1, 49 | there is no other God, ~forming the light, and creating 5 1, 51 | so far as is needful for ~forming the assumed body.~Aquin.: 6 1, 58 | another way they are taken as ~forming one in the whole; and so 7 1, 58 | subject and the ~predicate, as forming parts of one proposition; 8 1, 67 | dignity than corporeal. The forming, therefore, of this spiritual 9 1, 74 | one day is assigned to the forming of spiritual creatures, 10 1, 50 | there is no other God, ~forming the light, and creating 11 1, 52 | so far as is needful for ~forming the assumed body.~Aquin.: 12 1, 59 | another way they are taken as ~forming one in the whole; and so 13 1, 59 | subject and the ~predicate, as forming parts of one proposition; 14 1, 68 | dignity than corporeal. The forming, therefore, of this spiritual 15 1, 73 | one day is assigned to the forming of spiritual creatures, 16 1, 83 | and of ~the soul: for in forming them it gives them something 17 1, 92 | world in His mind, and forming it into His image." Therefore 18 2, 41 | shrinks at present from forming a judgment ~of that which 19 2, 85 | capable of ~reducing it, by forming the organ requisite for 20 2, 85 | every nature is subject, in forming ~man supplied the defect 21 2, 108 | contains the whole process of forming the life of a Christian. ~ 22 2, 9 | the true good. It is by forming a right judgment of ~creatures 23 2, 49 | which has ~a facility in forming phantasms), and yet such 24 2, 58 | judgment, and refrain from forming a definite and fixed ~opinion." 25 3, 39 | in ~the mother's womb in forming a man, and in the world 26 3, 39 | and in the world itself in forming a ~dove."~Aquin.: SMT TP 27 3, 67 | office ~of nurse and tutor by forming and instructing one who 28 3, 78 | the instrumental ~power of forming that very body. Likewise 29 Suppl, 88| explain ~that "He rested from forming new creatures." Now when 30 Suppl, 88| ceased on the seventh day forming new ~creatures, for as much


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