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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accrue

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | inasmuch as no perfection can accrue to Him from them, it ~follows 2 1, 56 | knowledge such as this cannot accrue to any ~creature from its 3 1, 73 | not because ~anything can accrue to God, or be taken from 4 1, 57 | knowledge such as this cannot accrue to any ~creature from its 5 1, 72 | not because ~anything can accrue to God, or be taken from 6 2, 2 | perfect good, no evil ~can accrue to anyone therefrom. This 7 2, 18 | certain additions which accrue ~to it by reason of certain 8 2, 40 | that we hope that good will accrue to us through someone, we 9 2, 6 | nature, this must needs accrue to him from some supernatural 10 2, 16 | wherefrom certain things accrue to us. Now we derive from 11 2, 22 | not that something may ~accrue to us from Him. Hence charity 12 2, 26 | nor again does goodness accrue to Him from aught else, 13 2, 34 | those ~things which can accrue to the worthy and the unworthy; 14 2, 34 | faith, temporal goods that accrue to those who are unworthy, ~ 15 2, 127 | that to magnanimity there accrue certain fixed accidents 16 2, 183 | ecclesiastical goods which accrue to them?~Aquin.: SMT SS 17 3, 9 | no acquired species could accrue to His ~soul.~Aquin.: SMT 18 3, 19 | perfection more than would accrue to Him by merit. Hence He 19 3, 47 | fruits of His petition might accrue to Jews and ~Gentiles, Christ 20 Suppl, 54| no new ~friendship would accrue to anyone from such a marriage. 21 Suppl, 71| Therefore nothing can accrue to a man from the works 22 Suppl, 71| generation being does not accrue save to the object generated, 23 Suppl, 88| which, it is said, will ~accrue to them at man's renewal.


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