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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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changing

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | that vision of the Word, no changing thoughts exist in the Saints," 2 1, 16 | changes ~mostly with the changing of the thing. But it does 3 1, 53 | changed. But a process of changing precedes every actual change: ~ 4 1, 61 | produces its ~effect by changing the matter from a state 5 1, 64 | affecting the ~nature by changing it, but as affecting the 6 1, 54 | changed. But a process of changing precedes every actual change: ~ 7 1, 62 | produces its ~effect by changing the matter from a state 8 1, 65 | affecting the ~nature by changing it, but as affecting the 9 1, 95 | not in commanding or in changing them, but in ~making use 10 1, 105 | since God enlightens by changing the ~intellect and will, 11 1, 110 | the imaginative vision, by changing the imagination.~Aquin.: 12 1, 110 | can do something towards changing the act of the nutritive 13 2, 108 | to act without faith in ~changing his mind. He may, however, 14 2, 109 | with a disguised ~face, by changing the color of their complexion, 15 2, 169 | of one who repents, by ~"changing His sentence, although He 16 3, 13 | too, was it incapable of changing its own body from its ~natural 17 3, 13 | should have the power of ~changing his own body to any form, 18 3, 36 | worked no miracles ~before changing the water into wine, according 19 3, 41 | assuaged His bodily hunger by changing the stones into bread, ~ 20 3, 43 | childhood. ~But the miracle of changing water into wine at the marriage 21 3, 44 | of man, ~principally by changing its lower powers. Hence 22 3, 46 | his rod into the water, changing it from bitter to sweet; ~ 23 3, 75 | agent can act except by changing the form in something; and 24 3, 77 | upon the liquid added, by changing it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 25 3, 78 | can be had ~even without changing the words of the Gospel; 26 3, 78 | consecration consists in changing ~the substance of bread 27 3, 83 | repeat them on that account, changing the order of the sacrifice, 28 3, 90 | Baptism. The third is by changing to a more ~perfect operation 29 Suppl, 79| actual ~sensation, without changing the nature of the recipient.~ 30 Suppl, 81| wherefore in such things ~"to be changing precedes to be changed,"


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