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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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partakers

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | Vulg.: 'ye'] may be made ~partakers of the divine nature" (2 2 1, 19 | other things should be partakers therein.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 43 | invisible mission is not to all partakers in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 43 | invisible mission is not to all partakers in ~grace.~Aquin.: SMT FP 5 2, 50 | 2 Pt. 1, "that we may be partakers of the Divine Nature": ~ 6 2, 62 | that by Christ we are made "partakers of the Divine nature." And ~ 7 2, 102| that ~eat of the sacrifices partakers of the altar?" It was therefore ~ 8 2, 102| which those of old became partakers ~by protesting their faith 9 2, 110| by these you may be ~made partakers of the Divine Nature." And 10 2, 111| made us ~worthy to be made partakers of the lot of the saints 11 2, 17 | enjoying God they become partakers, as it were, of God's ~eternity 12 2, 23 | hath made us worthy to ~be partakers of the lot of the saints 13 2, 24 | sensitive nature; whereas we are partakers of everlasting ~happiness, 14 2, 83 | offered to all such as are partakers of the Godhead. ~Now holy 15 2, 83 | Now holy men are made "partakers of the Divine nature," according 16 2, 88 | that you should be made ~partakers with devils." Therefore 17 2, 185| Gentiles ~have been made partakers of their spiritual things, 18 3, 3 | That you may be ~made partakers of the Divine Nature"; and 19 3, 7 | by these you may be made partakers of the ~Divine Nature." 20 3, 22 | by these you may be made partakers of ~the Divine Nature." 21 3, 45 | modes in which men can be partakers of the likeness of ~the 22 3, 62 | Vulg.: 'you may be made'] partakers of the ~Divine Nature." 23 3, 74 | considered in each of the partakers. For, as ~Ambrose (Mag. 24 3, 76 | chap. xxvi): "We are ~made partakers of the body and blood of 25 3, 81 | children partook [*Vulg.: 'are partakers' ~(Heb. 2:14)] of His flesh 26 3, 82 | eat of the ~sacrifices, partakers of the altar?" Therefore 27 3, 83 | this sacrament, we are made partakers of the fruit of our Lord' 28 3, 83 | sacrament, first for the partakers, saying: "We humbly beseech 29 3, 84 | heavenly gift, and ~were made partakers of the Holy Ghost . . .


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