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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 93 | the state of innocence ~continued, it was impossible for the 2 2, 32 | is ~pleasant. Because the continued action of an agent increases 3 2, 32 | and ~therefore when the continued presence of a pleasant object 4 2, 32 | that might ~result from continued operation. And thus from 5 2, 102 | is rejected "if he have a continued scab," i.e. ~lustfulness 6 2, 105 | the ~divine worship was continued through carnal generation: 7 2, 114 | according to James 5:16: "The continued prayer of a just man availeth ~ 8 2, 1 | birth of Christ, and ~many continued so to believe, until they 9 2, 33 | resistance; by flight when ~a continued thought increases the incentive 10 2, 81 | measure, so that it cannot be continued any longer without ~causing 11 2, 120 | that the ~favor should be continued to him, and he who is ungrateful 12 2, 122 | inflicted by persecution and continued until death ensues. The 13 2, 126 | describes as "the fixed and continued persistence in a ~well considered 14 2, 134 | patience; and by ~adding "continued" or "long lasting," he refers 15 2, 135 | perseverance is the fixed and continued persistence in a ~well-considered 16 2, 166 | man answered that if he continued doing ~it, the bow would 17 2, 178 | begins now and will be ~continued in the life to come; wherefore 18 3, 31 | as though He no longer ~continued to govern heaven and earth, 19 3, 33 | last period of time which ~continued without any interval up 20 3, 38 | baptism, John should not have continued to baptize.~Aquin.: SMT 21 3, 38 | Therefore it seems that ~John continued to baptize after Christ 22 3, 50 | by death, the Word of God continued united with the ~soul, it 23 3, 50 | from one another, each one continued to have the one same ~hypostasis 24 3, 53 | after death Christ's body continued to be ~united with the Godhead, 25 3, 74 | observances ought not to be continued in the time ~of grace. But 26 Suppl, 59| because the Gentiles still continued to come to the faith, for ~ 27 Suppl, 65| patriarchs, and by their example continued to ~others, at a time when 28 Suppl, 89| lower), but with a ~kind of continued enlightenment; thus we might 29 Suppl, 93| worship of God was to be ~continued by means of the carnal act, 30 Suppl, 93| suffering for Christ's sake be ~continued unto death, whether death 31 Suppl, 93| If, however, it be not continued unto death, this ~is not


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