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1 1, 4 | perfect as also your heavenly ~Father is perfect" (Mt. 5:48).~ 2 1, 9 | from the movement of the Father of light.~Aquin.: SMT FP 3 1, 10 | says in his Creed: "The Father is eternal, ~the Son is 4 1, 12 | most certain ~vision of the Father, which is such a perfect 5 1, 12 | and ~comprehension as the Father has of the Son."~Aquin.: 6 1, 12 | dove, and the voice of the Father ~was heard, "This is My 7 1, 13 | I bow my knees to the Father, of our ~Lord Jesus Christ, 8 1, 13 | and the ~movable thing, father and son, and the like.~Aquin.: 9 1, 13 | master" and "servant," "father," and "son," and ~the like, 10 1, 13 | nature: as double and half, father and son, and the like. But 11 1, 16 | as when one says: "the Father is of ~Himself, because 12 1, 19 | child is born unlike its father in accidental points, that 13 1, 22 | Wis. 14:3): "But Thou, Father, governest ~all things by 14 1, 22 | But 'Thy providence, O Father, governeth ~it.']."~Aquin.: 15 1, 25 | thou that I cannot ask My Father, ~and He will give Me presently 16 1, 25 | asked for them, nor did His Father show them to ~refute the 17 1, 25 | should be equal to his ~father, when he comes to maturity. 18 1, 27 | the Son proceeds from the Father as His ~primary creature, 19 1, 27 | Ghost proceeds from the Father and ~the Son as the creature 20 1, 27 | who said that God the ~Father is called Son in assuming 21 1, 27 | the Virgin, and that the ~Father also is called Holy Ghost 22 1, 27 | whereby we know that the ~Father is not the Son. Careful 23 1, 27 | Ghost proceeds from the Father (Jn. 15:26); ~and He is 24 1, 27 | the words, "I will ask My ~Father, and He will give you another 25 1, 27 | The Holy Ghost is from the Father and the Son, ~not made, 26 1, 28 | Relation in the ~Trinity of the Father to the Son, and of both 27 1, 28 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Father is denominated only from 28 1, 28 | follow that God is not really Father or Son, but ~only in our 29 1, 28 | some things relatively, ~as Father in respect of the Son: but 30 1, 28 | the same relation from the Father to the Son, that of paternity, 31 1, 28 | and from ~the Son to the Father, that of filiation; and 32 1, 28 | the doer and the deed, the father and the son, the master 33 1, 28 | that the relation of the father to the son is the same as ~ 34 1, 28 | that of the son to the father; but we could conclude this 35 1, 29 | One is the person ~of the Father, another of the Son, another 36 1, 29 | speak of the person of the Father, we mean nothing else but ~ 37 1, 29 | but ~the substance of the Father, for person is said in regard 38 1, 29 | witness in heaven, ~the Father, the Word, and the Holy 39 1, 29 | one is the person of the Father, another of ~the Son," etc. 40 1, 29 | relation ~indirectly; for the Father is understood to exist " 41 1, 29 | divine paternity is God the Father, Who is a divine person. 42 1, 30 | One is the person of the Father, ~another of the Son, another 43 1, 30 | Holy Ghost." Therefore the Father, and ~the Son, and the Holy 44 1, 30 | apply to God, because the ~Father is of the same magnitude 45 1, 30 | infinite goodness of the Father that He ~communicates Himself 46 1, 30 | Creed of Athanasius: "The Father is immense, the Son is immense, 47 1, 30 | witness in ~heaven, the father, the Word, and the Holy 48 1, 30 | paternity is the person of the Father; and the subsisting ~filiation 49 1, 30 | procession cannot belong to the Father and the Son, or to either 50 1, 30 | belongs to the person ~of the Father, and to the person of the 51 1, 30 | persons exist in God, the Father, the Son, and the ~Holy 52 1, 30 | separated from the person of the Father and of the Son, ~but belongs 53 1, 30 | paternity is the ~person of the Father, filiation is the person 54 1, 30 | from the goodness of the Father; for then if the ~Father 55 1, 30 | Father; for then if the ~Father produced a divine person 56 1, 30 | also ~would do so. But the Father and the Holy Ghost have 57 1, 30 | another; and it belongs to the Father, as the principle of its ~ 58 1, 31 | the Son is other than the Father?~(3) Whether an exclusive 59 1, 31 | God and paternity is the Father. But the ~Trinity cannot 60 1, 31 | we ~cannot say that the Father is the Trinity, as He is 61 1, 31 | the Son is other than the Father?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 62 1, 31 | Son is not other than the Father. For ~"other" is a relative 63 1, 31 | the ~Son is other than the Father, He must be different from 64 1, 31 | must be different from the Father; which ~is contrary to what 65 1, 31 | the Son is other than the Father, it ~follows that He differs 66 1, 31 | that He differs from the Father; which is against what Ambrose ~ 67 1, 31 | says (De Fide i), that "the Father and the Son are one in Godhead; 68 1, 31 | Son is not alien from the Father, for Hilary says (De Trin. 69 1, 31 | Son is not other that the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 70 1, 31 | another person from the Father, it follows that the Son 71 1, 31 | a thing apart ~from the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 72 1, 31 | There is one essence of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost, 73 1, 31 | Holy Ghost, in which the ~Father is not one thing, the Son 74 1, 31 | Ghost another; ~although the Father is one person, the Son another, 75 1, 31 | De Fide i) that "in the Father and the ~Son there is no 76 1, 31 | sacrilege to assert that the Father and the ~Son are separate 77 1, 31 | the Son ~is other than the Father," because He is another " 78 1, 31 | Son is diverse from the Father, although He is ~another.~ 79 1, 31 | Son is "other" than the Father, but not that He is anything ~" 80 1, 31 | essence, we say that the ~Father is other than the Son, but 81 1, 31 | is wise, we can say the Father is a ~wise God; and the 82 1, 31 | consider the opinion that the Father is not true God alone." ~ 83 1, 31 | false to ~say, "God alone is Father," since man also is a father; 84 1, 31 | Father," since man also is a father; nor, again, can ~it be 85 1, 31 | it would follow that the "Father alone creates," as ~whatever 86 1, 31 | of God can be said of the Father; and it would be false, ~ 87 1, 31 | not properly said that the Father is God alone, or the ~Trinity 88 1, 31 | be true to say that the Father is that God Who alone is ~ 89 1, 31 | Augustine says that the Father is not God alone, ~but that 90 1, 31 | as ~applying not to the Father, but to the Trinity alone.~ 91 1, 31 | proposition, "God alone is Father," can mean two things, ~ 92 1, 31 | things, ~because the word "Father" can signify the person 93 1, 31 | signify the person of the Father; and then ~it is true; for 94 1, 31 | it follow, "therefore the Father alone ~creates," because, 95 1, 31 | our Lord speaking ~to the Father, said: "That they may know 96 1, 31 | Jn. ~17:3). Therefore the Father alone is true God.~Aquin.: 97 1, 31 | one knows the Son but the Father" (Mt. ~11:27); which means 98 1, 31 | 27); which means that the Father alone knows the Son. But 99 1, 31 | concept of another; as ~the Father is in the concept of the 100 1, 31 | Therefore, when ~we say, The Father alone is God, we do not 101 1, 31 | contrary, This proposition "The Father alone is God" includes two ~ 102 1, 31 | assertions - namely, that the Father is God, and that no other 103 1, 31 | that no other besides ~the Father is God. But this second 104 1, 31 | Son is ~another from the Father, and He is God. Therefore 105 1, 31 | Therefore this is false, The ~Father alone is God; and the same 106 1, 31 | that, When we say, "The Father alone is God," such a ~proposition 107 1, 31 | means solitude in ~the Father, it is false in a categorematical 108 1, 31 | true, the ~sense being "the Father alone is God" - that is, " 109 1, 31 | who with no other is ~the Father, is God." In this way Augustine 110 1, 31 | Trin. vi, 6): "We say the Father alone, not because He is 111 1, 31 | because they are not the Father ~together with Him." This, 112 1, 31 | who alone ~is called the Father is God." But in the strict 113 1, 31 | another person than the Father, but not another ~thing; 114 1, 31 | referring to the person of the Father, but to the whole Trinity, 115 1, 31 | understood of the person of ~the Father, the other persons are not 116 1, 31 | essential term applied to ~the Father does not exclude the Son 117 1, 31 | for the person of the ~Father could not be excepted), 118 1, 31 | in "suppositum" ~from the Father; and so there is no parity.~ 119 1, 31 | in the glory of God ~the Father."~ 120 1, 32 | persons, as power to the Father, ~wisdom to the Son, goodness 121 1, 32 | also declared to be the father of the universe, they consequently ~ 122 1, 32 | we do not assert that the Father and the Son ~differ in substance, 123 1, 32 | in God, we mean God the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 124 1, 32 | we may say paternity and ~Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 125 1, 32 | For since we confess the Father, the Son, and the ~Holy 126 1, 32 | namely, the person of the Father to the person of the Son 127 1, 32 | would be ~related to the Father by one and the same relation. 128 1, 32 | Him in divers ways, so the Father is related by one relation 129 1, 32 | persons are related to the ~Father by two relations. For, since 130 1, 32 | the relation of lord and father must differ according to 131 1, 32 | Ghost are not related to the Father by one and the same kind 132 1, 32 | logical relations. But in the Father there must be a real ~relation 133 1, 32 | they are related to the Father, we must understand two 134 1, 32 | understand two relations in the Father, whereby He ~is related 135 1, 32 | only ~one Person of the Father, it is necessary that the 136 1, 32 | and that paternity is the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 137 1, 32 | as in the person of ~the Father there is innascibility and 138 1, 32 | follows that the person of the Father is composed of several things. ~ 139 1, 32 | are more; because as the ~Father is from no one, and therefrom 140 1, 32 | OBJ 5: Further, as the Father and the Son are the common 141 1, 32 | Ghost to proceed from ~the Father. Therefore, as one notion 142 1, 32 | notion is common to the Father and the Son, ~so there ought 143 1, 32 | Therefore the Person of the Father cannot be known by the fact ~ 144 1, 32 | the Son is from Him, ~the Father is known by the notion of " 145 1, 32 | known in the same way as the Father is known, by "common spiration." ~ 146 1, 32 | to the authority of the Father that He is from no one.~ 147 1, 32 | existence derived from the Father; as the Father and the Son 148 1, 32 | from the Father; as the Father and the Son agree in ~one 149 1, 33 | 1 - OF THE PERSON OF THE FATHER (FOUR ARTICLES)~We now consider 150 1, 33 | first, the Person of the Father, ~concerning Whom there 151 1, 33 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the Father is the Principle?~(2) Whether 152 1, 33 | Whether the person of the Father is properly signified by 153 1, 33 | signified by this name ~"Father"?~(3) Whether "Father" in 154 1, 33 | Father"?~(3) Whether "Father" in God is said personally 155 1, 33 | Whether it belongs to the Father alone to be unbegotten?~ 156 1, 33 | Whether it belongs to the Father to be the principle?~Aquin.: 157 1, 33 | It would seem that the Father cannot be called the principle 158 1, 33 | we do not say that the ~Father is the cause of the Son. 159 1, 33 | thing ~principled. So if the Father is the principle of the 160 1, 33 | De Trin. iv, 20), "The Father is the ~Principle of the 161 1, 33 | and conversely. As the Father then is the one whence another ~ 162 1, 33 | proceeds, it follows that the Father is a principle.~Aquin.: 163 1, 33 | although we attribute to the Father something of ~authority 164 1, 33 | authority of the Giver, the Father is the greater; nevertheless 165 1, 33 | 1/1~Whether this name "Father" is properly the name of 166 1, 33 | would seem that this name "Father" is not properly the name 167 1, 33 | divine person. For the name "Father" signifies relation. Moreover ~" 168 1, 33 | substance. Therefore this name "Father" is not ~properly a name 169 1, 33 | begetter is more common than father; for every father ~begets; 170 1, 33 | common than father; for every father ~begets; but it is not so 171 1, 33 | begetter and genitor than Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 172 1, 33 | is metaphorically called father. ~Therefore the principle 173 1, 33 | God is not properly called Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 174 1, 33 | essence. Therefore the name "Father" taken from ~generation 175 1, 33 | out to me: Thou ~art my Father."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 176 1, 33 | distinguishes the person of the Father from all other persons. ~ 177 1, 33 | persons. ~Hence this name "Father," whereby paternity is signified, 178 1, 33 | name of the person of the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 179 1, 33 | subsisting person. So this name ~"father" among us does not signify 180 1, 33 | relation signified by the name "Father" is a subsisting person. ~ 181 1, 33 | and therefore the name ~"Father" is more expressive as regards 182 1, 33 | His principle is called Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 183 1, 33 | I bend my knee to the Father of my Lord Jesus Christ, ~ 184 1, 33 | 1/1~Whether this name "Father" is applied to God, firstly 185 1, 33 | would seem that this name "Father" is not applied to God, ~ 186 1, 33 | particular. But this name "Father" as a personal name, belongs 187 1, 33 | belongs to the ~person of the Father; and taken in an essential 188 1, 33 | Trinity; for we say "Our Father" to the whole Trinity. Therefore ~" 189 1, 33 | whole Trinity. Therefore ~"Father" comes first as an essential 190 1, 33 | according as a divine person is Father of the Son, and the ~whole 191 1, 33 | the ~whole Trinity is our Father, or the creature's; since, 192 1, 33 | to the Son. ~Therefore "Father" in God is not taken as 193 1, 33 | temporal. But God is the ~Father of the Son from eternity; 194 1, 33 | eternity; while He is the Father of the creature ~in time. 195 1, 33 | to be found in God the ~Father, and in God the Son, because 196 1, 33 | nature and glory of the ~Father and the Son. But in the 197 1, 33 | For God is ~called the Father of some creatures, by reason 198 1, 33 | Job 38:28: "Who is the ~father of the rain? or who begot 199 1, 33 | rational creature (He is the Father), by reason of the likeness 200 1, 33 | Dt. 32:6: "Is He not thy Father, who possessed, and ~made, 201 1, 33 | And of others He is the Father by similitude of ~grace, 202 1, 33 | also." Lastly, He ~is the Father of others by similitude 203 1, 33 | concept of ~the person of the Father, God is understood; but 204 1, 33 | the Son proceeds from the ~Father before the creature, to 205 1, 33 | Who is in the bosom of the Father, He hath declared unto ~ 206 1, 33 | Whether it is proper to the Father to be unbegotten?~Aquin.: 207 1, 33 | it is not proper to the Father to be ~unbegotten. For every 208 1, 33 | supposes nothing in the Father; it only ~removes something. 209 1, 33 | signify a property of the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 210 1, 33 | it is not proper to the Father. But if it be taken in a 211 1, 33 | follows that the Person of the Father is ~imperfect; which cannot 212 1, 33 | does not differ from the Father in substance. Therefore 213 1, 33 | substance. Therefore the ~Father ought not to be called unbegotten. ~ 214 1, 33 | another. Therefore the ~Father is not alone unbegotten.~ 215 1, 33 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, as the Father is the principle of the 216 1, 33 | begotten, it is proper to the Father to be unbegotten it ~follows 217 1, 33 | a principle, Who is the Father; ~and the principle from 218 1, 33 | another. Thus therefore the ~Father is known both by paternity 219 1, 33 | unbegotten," as a property of the Father, is not a negative term ~ 220 1, 33 | together - namely, that ~the Father is from no one, and that 221 1, 33 | the proper notion of the Father; for primary and simple 222 1, 33 | is not attributed to the Father as a privation, but it may ~ 223 1, 33 | as a term proper to the Father ~alone, it must be further 224 1, 33 | another - namely, from the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 225 1, 33 | does not ~follow that the Father unbegotten is substantially 226 1, 33 | of Son is ~denied of the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 227 1, 33 | OBJ 5: The property of the Father, whereby He is not from 228 1, 33 | it being denied of the Father that He is ~begotten, although 229 1, 34 | gathered ~from the idea of Father. Hence it remains for us 230 1, 34 | God in a proper sense, as Father and Son. ~But Word is applied 231 1, 34 | Anselm (Monol. lix), as the Father is intelligent, the Son 232 1, 34 | Ghost is intelligent, so the Father speaks, the ~Son speaks, 233 1, 34 | the Son is ~related to the Father, so also is the Word to 234 1, 34 | differed in substance from the Father. Hence, they endeavored 235 1, 34 | the same substance as the ~Father. For the interior word proceeds 236 1, 34 | Word is not ~common to the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, so 237 1, 34 | it is not true that the ~Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are 238 1, 34 | Person to be spoken. For the ~Father, by understanding Himself, 239 1, 34 | word, He proceeds from the Father, ~by way only of utterance; 240 1, 34 | the same nature as ~the Father, He is called the Son; to 241 1, 34 | not only relation to the Father, but also relation to ~those 242 1, 34 | expressive not only of the Father, but of ~all creatures.~ 243 1, 34 | expressive of what is in God the Father, but is both expressive ~ 244 1, 35 | alone is the ~Image of the Father."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 245 1, 35 | is the ~Image of both the Father and of the Son; but the 246 1, 35 | the Son agrees with the Father, not ~in nature only, but 247 1, 35 | with the Son, nor with the Father in any notion. ~This, however, 248 1, 35 | of an image; nor of the Father, because again the ~image 249 1, 35 | Ghost is related to the Father through the Son; nor again 250 1, 35 | is He the ~Image of the Father and the Son, because then 251 1, 35 | this is no proof: for the Father and the Son are one ~principle 252 1, 35 | there being one Image of the Father ~and of the Son, inasmuch 253 1, 35 | receives the nature of the ~Father, as the Son also receives 254 1, 35 | receives the likeness of the Father, He is not ~called the Image; 255 1, 35 | Holy Ghost is like to the Father and the Son, ~still it does 256 1, 35 | Son is the Image of the Father; in the second sense man ~ 257 1, 35 | the perfect Image of the Father.~ 258 1, 36 | Ghost, proceeds ~from the Father and the Son?~(3) Whether 259 1, 36 | Whether He proceeds from the Father through the Son?~(4) Whether 260 1, 36 | the Son?~(4) Whether the Father and the Son are one principle 261 1, 36 | God" ~sometimes means the Father, as in the words of Is. 262 1, 36 | witness in heaven, the Father, the Word, and the Holy 263 1, 36 | called in common. For the Father also is a ~spirit, and the 264 1, 36 | Son is a spirit; and the Father is holy, and the Son is ~ 265 1, 36 | principle: but in the ~name "Father" we understand the relation 266 1, 36 | Therefore we can say "our Father," and "our Spirit"; ~but 267 1, 36 | that He ~proceeds from the Father, as appears from Jn. 15: 268 1, 36 | truth, Who proceeds from the Father." Therefore the Holy Ghost 269 1, 36 | who ~proceeds from the Father; with the Father and the 270 1, 36 | from the Father; with the Father and the Son to be adored 271 1, 36 | Holy ~Ghost is from the Father, and we name Him the spirit 272 1, 36 | name Him the spirit of the Father; but ~we do not say that 273 1, 36 | believe in the one God the Father, and in ~His only Son our 274 1, 36 | Ghost proceeding ~from the Father, and abiding in the Son." 275 1, 36 | proceeds perfectly from the Father. ~Therefore it is superfluous 276 1, 36 | have their Being from the Father; but each in ~a different 277 1, 36 | The Holy Ghost is from the Father and ~the Son; not made, 278 1, 36 | appears from the fact that the Father has two relations, by one 279 1, 36 | to the one person of the Father. If therefore in the Son ~ 280 1, 36 | them ~were related to the Father, these relations would not 281 1, 36 | two relations whereby the Father is ~related to them. Hence, 282 1, 36 | Hence, as the person of the Father is one, it would ~follow 283 1, 36 | the two relations of the Father. But this ~is heretical 284 1, 36 | from the one Person of ~the Father, two persons proceed, the 285 1, 36 | Holy Ghost proceed from the Father in such a ~way as that neither 286 1, 36 | and that He is from the Father "through the ~Son." Some 287 1, 36 | whatever is said of the Father, applies to the Son, ~although 288 1, 36 | opposite relations, whereby the Father and the Son are ~distinguished 289 1, 36 | knoweth ~the Son, but the Father," the idea of the Son knowing 290 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the ~Father, even though it be added 291 1, 36 | that He proceeds from the Father alone, ~the Son would not 292 1, 36 | principle of the Holy Ghost, the Father and the Son are not opposed ~ 293 1, 36 | the fact that one is the Father, and ~the other is the Son.~ 294 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 295 1, 36 | is ~said to abide in the Father, although He proceeds from 296 1, 36 | although He proceeds from the Father. Also the Holy Ghost is 297 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father ~perfectly, not only is 298 1, 36 | one power ~belongs to the Father and the Son; and because 299 1, 36 | because whatever is from the ~Father, must be from the Son unless 300 1, 36 | although He is from the ~Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 301 1, 36 | the Son is only from ~the Father, whereas the Holy Ghost 302 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is from the Father and the Son; for ~otherwise 303 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father through the Son?~Aquin.: 304 1, 36 | does not proceed from the ~Father through the Son. For whatever 305 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from ~the Father through the Son, He does 306 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father through the ~Son, He does 307 1, 36 | except on account of the Father. ~But "whatever causes a 308 1, 36 | proceeds more from the Father than from the Son.~Aquin.: 309 1, 36 | Holy Ghost is from the Father through the Son, it follows 310 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost through the Father. ~Therefore it can never 311 1, 36 | can never be said that the Father spirates the Holy Ghost ~ 312 1, 36 | that I may ever possess the Father - namely ~Thyself: that 313 1, 36 | the Son receives from the Father that the Holy Ghost ~proceeds 314 1, 36 | it can be said that the Father spirates the Holy Ghost ~ 315 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father through ~the Son, which 316 1, 36 | So if we consider in the Father and the Son the ~power whereby 317 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds both from the Father and from the Son, the Holy 318 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father immediately, as from ~Him, 319 1, 36 | said to proceed from ~the Father through the Son. So also 320 1, 36 | inasmuch as Adam was his father; and mediately, as Eve was 321 1, 36 | the Son received from the Father a numerically distinct ~ 322 1, 36 | would ~proceed more from the Father than from the Son; whereas, 323 1, 36 | spirative power belongs to the Father and to the Son; and ~therefore 324 1, 36 | principally or properly from the Father, because ~the Son has this 325 1, 36 | has this power from the Father.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 326 1, 36 | begetter ~(and hence the Father does not exist before begetting 327 1, 36 | order of power between ~Father and Son, but only order 328 1, 36 | and hence we say that the ~Father spirates through the Son; 329 1, 36 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the Father and the Son are one principle 330 1, 36 | It would seem that the Father and the Son are not one 331 1, 36 | does not proceed from the Father ~and the Son as they are 332 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son as distinct 333 1, 36 | another. Therefore the Father and the Son are not one 334 1, 36 | in this proposition "the Father and the Son are one ~principle 335 1, 36 | because ~in that case the Father and the Son would be one 336 1, 36 | were the reason ~of the Father and the Son being one principle 337 1, 36 | His two properties, the Father would be two ~principles 338 1, 36 | admitted. ~Therefore the Father and the Son are not one 339 1, 36 | Son is not one with the Father more than is the Holy ~Ghost. 340 1, 36 | But the Holy Ghost and the Father are not one principle as 341 1, 36 | Therefore neither are the Father and the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 342 1, 36 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, if the Father and the Son are one principle 343 1, 36 | this one is either the Father or it is not the Father. 344 1, 36 | Father or it is not the Father. But we ~cannot assert either 345 1, 36 | because if the one is the Father, ~it follows that the Son 346 1, 36 | follows that the Son is the Father; and if the one is not the 347 1, 36 | and if the one is not the Father, ~it follows that the Father 348 1, 36 | Father, ~it follows that the Father is not the Father. Therefore 349 1, 36 | that the Father is not the Father. Therefore we cannot say ~ 350 1, 36 | we cannot say ~that the Father and the Son are one principle 351 1, 36 | 1~OBJ 5: Further, if the Father and the Son are one principle 352 1, 36 | of ~the Holy Ghost is the Father and the Son. But this seems 353 1, 36 | either for the person of the Father, or for ~the person of the 354 1, 36 | also is false, that the Father and the Son are one principle ~ 355 1, 36 | makes identity. So if the Father and ~the Son are the one 356 1, 36 | we cannot grant ~that the Father and the Son are one principle 357 1, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 7: Further, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are 358 1, 36 | of the creature. But the Father and ~the Son are not one, 359 1, 36 | confessed as proceeding from Father and Son as authors." Therefore 360 1, 36 | authors." Therefore the ~Father and the Son are not one 361 1, 36 | De Trin. v, 14) that the Father and the ~Son are not two 362 1, 36 | 1/2~I answer that, The Father and the Son are in everything 363 1, 36 | Ghost it follows that the Father and the Son are one principle 364 1, 36 | proposition is incorrect: "The Father ~and the Son are one principle 365 1, 36 | properly be said that the Father and the Son are one principle 366 1, 36 | equally right to say that the Father is two principles of the ~ 367 1, 36 | substantive, as do the words "father" and "son" ~even in things 368 1, 36 | substantives. Therefore, as the Father and the Son ~are one God, 369 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds ~from the Father and the Son as they are 370 1, 36 | Ghost ~proceeds from the Father and the Son, as distinct; 371 1, 36 | In the proposition "the Father and the Son are one ~principle 372 1, 36 | the several properties the Father can be called several principles, 373 1, 36 | essence. Hence, ~as the Father is not more like to Himself 374 1, 36 | the Son more like to the Father than is the Holy ~Ghost.~ 375 1, 36 | These two propositions, "The Father and the Son are one ~principle 376 1, 36 | principle which is the Father," or, "one principle which 377 1, 36 | principle which is not the ~Father," are not mutually contradictory; 378 1, 36 | them. For when we say the Father and the Son are ~one principle, 379 1, 36 | of the ~Holy Ghost is the Father and the Son; because the 380 1, 36 | against saying that the Father and the ~Son are the same 381 1, 36 | Some say that although the Father and the Son are one ~principle 382 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son as from two ~ 383 1, 36 | substantive, we can say that the Father and the Son are two ~spirating, 384 1, 36 | Holy ~ghost is from the Father and the Son as His authors," 385 1, 37 | Holy Ghost?~(2) Whether the Father and the Son love each other 386 1, 37 | De Trin. xv, 17): "As the Father, Son and Holy ~Ghost are 387 1, 37 | one; I know not ~why the Father, Son and Holy Ghost should 388 1, 37 | Ghost proceeds from the Father and the Son, as was shown ~ 389 1, 37 | the Love or bond of the ~Father and the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 390 1, 37 | Ghost is ~the Love of the Father for the Son, or for something 391 1, 37 | said to be the bond of the Father and ~Son, inasmuch as He 392 1, 37 | Love; because, since the Father loves Himself and ~the Son 393 1, 37 | Love, the relation of the Father to the Son, and conversely, 394 1, 37 | But from the fact that the Father and ~the Son mutually love 395 1, 37 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Father and the Son love each other 396 1, 37 | It would seem that the Father and the Son do not love 397 1, 37 | vii, 1) proves that the Father ~is not wise by the Wisdom 398 1, 37 | A[3]). ~Therefore the Father and the Son do not love 399 1, 37 | Further, the proposition, "The Father and the Son love each other ~ 400 1, 37 | way we might say that "the Father understands by the Son"; 401 1, 37 | might be ~said that "the Father and the Son spirate by the 402 1, 37 | Holy Ghost," or that ~"the Father generates by the Son." Therefore 403 1, 37 | proposition true: "'The Father and the Son love each other 404 1, 37 | Further, by the same love the Father loves the Son, and Himself, ~ 405 1, 37 | Himself, ~and us. But the Father does not love Himself by 406 1, 37 | cannot be said that the "Father begets Himself," or that " 407 1, 37 | this ~also is false: "The Father loves the Son by the Holy 408 1, 37 | effect that when we say, "the Father loves the Son by the Holy 409 1, 37 | principle of love to the Father and the Son; ~which cannot 410 1, 37 | it is false, that "the ~Father and the Son love each other 411 1, 37 | to the ~effect that "the Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." 412 1, 37 | expounded, as that "the ~Father loves the Son by the Holy 413 1, 37 | Ghost is the sign that the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch 414 1, 37 | is the love whereby the Father and the Son ~formally love 415 1, 37 | essentially, it means that the Father ~and the Son love each other 416 1, 37 | Who dares to say that the Father ~loves neither Himself, 417 1, 37 | flower, so do we say that the Father, by the Word or the Son, 418 1, 37 | creatures; and that the Father and the Son love each ~other 419 1, 37 | we cannot say that "the Father is wise or intelligent by 420 1, 37 | way, we can say that the Father and the Son love each ~other 421 1, 37 | Hence we cannot say that the Father ~spirates by the Holy Ghost, 422 1, 37 | But we can say that the ~Father speaks by the Word, as by 423 1, 37 | it can be said that the Father loves the Son by the Holy 424 1, 37 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Father loves not only the Son, 425 1, 37 | object loved. Hence, as the Father speaks Himself and every 426 1, 37 | adequately represents ~the Father and every creature; so He 427 1, 37 | primal goodness whereby the Father loves Himself and every 428 1, 38 | essence is the Gift which the Father gives to the Son, as Hilary ~ 429 1, 38 | God from ~eternity; as "Father," and "Son." Therefore " 430 1, 38 | the Son belongs to the ~Father; or as possessed by another. 431 1, 38 | this sense the Son is the Father's; and the Holy Ghost ~belongs 432 1, 38 | The divine essence is the Father's gift in the first sense, ~ 433 1, 38 | first sense, ~as being the Father's by way of identity.~Aquin.: 434 1, 38 | the Son, to be from the Father, so, for the Holy Ghost, ' 435 1, 38 | God' is to proceed from Father and Son." But the Holy Ghost ~ 436 1, 38 | fact that He proceeds from Father and ~Son. Therefore Gift 437 1, 38 | Ghost also is like to the Father; so also, ~because the Holy 438 1, 38 | Ghost proceeds from the Father as love, He is properly ~ 439 1, 38 | Son is given ~is from the Father's love, according to the 440 1, 39 | we say the ~person of the Father we mean nothing else but 441 1, 39 | but the substance of the ~Father."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 442 1, 39 | says (De Synod.) that the Father, Son and Holy Ghost ~"are 443 1, 39 | Writ never says that the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are ~ 444 1, 39 | substance predicated of the Father and the Son signifies either 445 1, 39 | for instance, "I and the Father ~are one (Jn. 10:30)," and " 446 1, 39 | 10:30)," and "I am in the Father, and the Father in Me (Jn. ~ 447 1, 39 | am in the Father, and the Father in Me (Jn. ~10:38)"; and 448 1, 39 | essence; as, for instance, the Father is a person of the ~"divine 449 1, 39 | nature being proper to both Father and Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 450 1, 39 | our future glory are the Father, Son and Holy Ghost." ~Therefore 451 1, 39 | whereas we do ~not say the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are " 452 1, 39 | personal properties in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost - it 453 1, 39 | God begot," because the Father ~generates; for the same 454 1, 39 | begot either God who is the ~Father, or God who is not the Father. 455 1, 39 | Father, or God who is not the Father. If God who is the Father, 456 1, 39 | Father. If God who is the Father, then God ~the Father was 457 1, 39 | the Father, then God ~the Father was begotten. If God who 458 1, 39 | begotten. If God who is not the Father, then there is a ~God who 459 1, 39 | God who is not God the Father: which is false. Therefore 460 1, 39 | stands for the ~person of the Father. But when we say, "God does 461 1, 39 | if we were to say, "the Father is God the ~generator" and 462 1, 39 | there are many Gods; for the Father and the Son are one God, ~ 463 1, 39 | OBJ 4: This is false, "the Father begot God, that is Himself," ~ 464 1, 39 | ad ~Maxim.) that "God the Father begot another self [alterum 465 1, 39 | Son is another than the Father, as ~above explained (Q[ 466 1, 39 | begot God Who is God the Father," is wrong, ~because since 467 1, 39 | because since the word "Father" is construed in apposition 468 1, 39 | restricted to the person of the Father; so that it would ~mean, " 469 1, 39 | God, Who is Himself the Father"; and then the Father ~would 470 1, 39 | the Father"; and then the Father ~would be spoken of as begotten, 471 1, 39 | begot God Who is not God the Father." If ~however, we understand 472 1, 39 | God Who is God Who is the Father." Such a rendering however 473 1, 39 | is that "to be God the ~Father" is befitting to the person 474 1, 39 | is that "to be God the Father," is to be removed from 475 1, 39 | De Trin. vii, i, 2): "The Father and the Son are one ~Wisdom, 476 1, 39 | is ~predicated. But the Father is the divine essence; therefore 477 1, 39 | stand for the person of the Father. Thus the essence begets.~ 478 1, 39 | because the essence ~is the Father who is begetting. Therefore 479 1, 39 | De Trin. iv, 20): "The Father is the ~principle of the 480 1, 39 | spirating. Therefore the Father begets or spirates the Godhead.~ 481 1, 39 | and wisdom, is from ~the Father who is essence and wisdom. 482 1, 39 | essence is predicated of the Father by mode of ~identity by 483 1, 39 | that ~it can stand for the Father, its mode of signification 484 1, 39 | term. So when we say, ~"the Father is the principle of the 485 1, 39 | the divine nature. For the Father is not ~the Trinity; nor 486 1, 39 | say, "The essence is the Father, and the Son, and the ~Holy 487 1, 39 | the divine essence is the Father," ~the predication is one 488 1, 39 | as this proposition, "The Father is God" is of itself true, 489 1, 39 | proposition "God is the Father" is true of itself, and 490 1, 39 | is ~appropriated to the Father, as Augustine says, because 491 1, 39 | vi, 2), showing that the Father is wise, ~not by Wisdom 492 1, 39 | were Wisdom; so ~that the Father and the Son together only 493 1, 39 | called wise, but not the ~Father without the Son. But the 494 1, 39 | called the Wisdom of the Father, ~because He is Wisdom from 495 1, 39 | because He is Wisdom from the Father Who is Wisdom. For each 496 1, 39 | are one Wisdom. Whence the Father is ~not wise by the wisdom 497 1, 39 | ii): "Eternity is in the Father, the species in the Image; 498 1, 39 | persons: the name of the "Father," the name "Image" proper 499 1, 39 | appropriates "eternity" to the Father, "species" to the Son, and ~" 500 1, 39 | i, 5): "Unity is in ~the Father, equality in the Son, and


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