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1 1, 10 | Father is eternal, ~the Son is eternal, the Holy Ghost 2 1, 12 | as the Father has of the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 3 1, 12 | heard, "This is My beloved Son" (Mt. 3:17).~Aquin.: SMT 4 1, 13 | what is the name of ~His Son, if thou knowest?" (Prov. 5 1, 13 | movable thing, father and son, and the like.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 13 | servant," "father," and "son," and ~the like, and these 7 1, 13 | double and half, father and son, and the like. But if one 8 1, 14 | white, or because he is the son of Sophroniscus, or because ~ 9 1, 16 | is ~appropriated to the Son, Who has a principle. But 10 1, 19 | should lie, ~nor as the son of man, that He should be 11 1, 19 | homily ~on the prodigal son [*Ep. 146, ad Damas.]; " 12 1, 20 | members of His only-begotten Son Himself."~Aquin.: SMT FP 13 1, 20 | He spared not His own Son, but delivered Him up for 14 1, 20 | asked Peter, saying: "Simon, son ~of John, lovest thou Me 15 1, 20 | commenting on the words, "Simon, ~son of John, lovest thou Me?": " 16 1, 20 | does not give to his own son in sound ~health.~Aquin.: 17 1, 25 | but would not, beget a Son His equal, He would have 18 1, 25 | It is of the nature of a son that he should be equal 19 1, 27 | took it, saying that the Son proceeds from the Father 20 1, 27 | from the Father and ~the Son as the creature of both. 21 1, 27 | In this sense neither the Son nor the ~Holy Ghost would 22 1, 27 | to what is said of the ~Son, "That . . . we may be in 23 1, 27 | we may be in His true Son. This is true God" (1 Jn. ~ 24 1, 27 | God the ~Father is called Son in assuming flesh from the 25 1, 27 | speaks of Himself, "The Son cannot of Himself do anything" ( 26 1, 27 | that the ~Father is not the Son. Careful examination shows 27 1, 27 | proceeding is called the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 28 1, 27 | properly called begotten, and Son. Hence Scripture employs 29 1, 27 | He is distinct from the Son, according to the words, " 30 1, 27 | from the Father and the Son, ~not made, nor begotten, 31 1, 27 | proceed as begotten, or ~as son, but proceeds rather as 32 1, 27 | than two who proceed - the ~Son and the Holy Ghost. Therefore 33 1, 28 | Trinity of the Father to the Son, and of both to the Holy 34 1, 28 | from paternity; and the ~Son only from filiation. Therefore, 35 1, 28 | is not really Father or Son, but ~only in our manner 36 1, 28 | Father in respect of the Son: but such things do not 37 1, 28 | relation from the Father to the Son, that of paternity, and 38 1, 28 | paternity, and from ~the Son to the Father, that of filiation; 39 1, 28 | deed, the father and the son, the master and ~the servant, 40 1, 28 | relation of the father to the son is the same as ~that of 41 1, 28 | the same as ~that of the son to the father; but we could 42 1, 29 | the Father, another of the Son, another of the Holy Ghost."~ 43 1, 29 | and ~not in regard to the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[29] A[ 44 1, 29 | Father, another of ~the Son," etc. Used, however, in 45 1, 29 | relatively distinct from the Son. Others, however, said, 46 1, 30 | Father, ~another of the Son, another of the Holy Ghost." 47 1, 30 | Therefore the Father, and ~the Son, and the Holy Ghost are 48 1, 30 | proceeds from His nature, as Son. Therefore another proceeds ~ 49 1, 30 | proceeds from His ~nature, as Son; thus again it follows that 50 1, 30 | The Father is immense, the Son is immense, the Holy ~Ghost 51 1, 30 | filiation is the person of the Son. The other two relations 52 1, 30 | belong to the Father and the Son, or to either of them; ~ 53 1, 30 | and to the person of the Son, forasmuch as it has no ~ 54 1, 30 | in God, the Father, the Son, and the ~Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 55 1, 30 | of the Father and of the Son, ~but belongs to both; thus, 56 1, 30 | filiation is the person of the Son, procession is ~the person 57 1, 31 | Whether we can say that the Son is other than the Father?~( 58 1, 31 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Son is other than the Father?~ 59 1, 31 | It would seem that the Son is not other than the Father. 60 1, 31 | substance. If, then, the ~Son is other than the Father, 61 1, 31 | another. Therefore, if the Son is other than the Father, 62 1, 31 | that "the Father and the Son are one in Godhead; nor 63 1, 31 | alius" [other]. But the Son is not alien from the Father, 64 1, 31 | separable." Therefore the Son is not other that the Father.~ 65 1, 31 | only in gender. So if the Son is ~another person from 66 1, 31 | Father, it follows that the Son is a thing apart ~from the 67 1, 31 | essence of the Father and Son and Holy Ghost, in which 68 1, 31 | Father is not one thing, the Son another, and the Holy Ghost 69 1, 31 | Father is one person, the Son another, and the Holy Ghost ~ 70 1, 31 | in the Father and the ~Son there is no discrepancy, 71 1, 31 | that the Father and the ~Son are separate in Godhead." 72 1, 31 | Nevertheless, we say "the only Son," for in God there is no 73 1, 31 | can properly say that "the Son ~is other than the Father," 74 1, 31 | we cannot say that the Son is diverse from the Father, 75 1, 31 | therefore we say ~that the Son is "other" than the Father, 76 1, 31 | Father is other than the Son, but not something else; 77 1, 31 | would be false, ~as the Son also creates. Therefore 78 1, 31 | said: "No one knows the Son but the Father" (Mt. ~11: 79 1, 31 | the Father alone knows the Son. But to know the ~Son is 80 1, 31 | the Son. But to know the ~Son is common (to the persons). 81 1, 31 | is in the concept of the Son; and conversely. Therefore, 82 1, 31 | God, we do not exclude the Son, nor the Holy ~Ghost; so 83 1, 31 | proposition is false, for the Son is ~another from the Father, 84 1, 31 | He is separate from ~the Son, or from the Holy Ghost, 85 1, 31 | neuter ~sense; because the Son is another person than the 86 1, 31 | Father does not exclude the Son or the Holy Ghost, by reason 87 1, 31 | part and universal. But the Son differs in "suppositum" ~ 88 1, 31 | say absolutely that the Son alone is Most High; ~but 89 1, 32 | words the ~generation of the Son and procession of the Holy 90 1, 32 | the Father, ~wisdom to the Son, goodness to the Holy Ghost; 91 1, 32 | which is appropriated to the Son. And although they knew ~ 92 1, 32 | that the Father and the Son ~differ in substance, which 93 1, 32 | to the generation of the Son, or to the ~procession of 94 1, 32 | accomplished by the Incarnate ~Son, and by the gift of the 95 1, 32 | confess the Father, the Son, and the ~Holy Ghost to 96 1, 32 | Father to the person of the Son and ~the person of the Holy 97 1, 32 | it would follow that the Son also and the Holy Ghost 98 1, 32 | it would follow that the Son and the Holy ~Ghost would 99 1, 32 | related by one relation to the Son ~and to the Holy Ghost; 100 1, 32 | specific relation. But the Son and the Holy ~Ghost are 101 1, 32 | a real ~relation to the Son and to the Holy Ghost. Hence, 102 1, 32 | the ~two relations of the Son and of the Holy Ghost, whereby 103 1, 32 | whereby He ~is related to the Son and to the Holy Ghost. Hence, 104 1, 32 | Further, as the Father and the Son are the common origin of 105 1, 32 | so it is common to the Son and the Holy Ghost to proceed 106 1, 32 | common to the Father and the Son, ~so there ought to be one 107 1, 32 | one notion common to the Son and to the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 108 1, 32 | two ways, because as the Son is from Him, ~the Father 109 1, 32 | common spiration." The Son can ~be known as begotten 110 1, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The Son and the Holy Ghost do not 111 1, 32 | Father; as the Father and the Son agree in ~one special mode 112 1, 32 | the Incarnation of the Son, and the like; and concerning ~ 113 1, 32 | that Samuel was not the son of Elcana, for it follows 114 1, 33 | called the principle of ~the Son, or of the Holy Ghost. For 115 1, 33 | Father is the cause of the Son. Therefore we must not say 116 1, 33 | is the ~principle of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 117 1, 33 | is the principle of the Son, it follows that ~the Son 118 1, 33 | Son, it follows that ~the Son is a person principled, 119 1, 33 | the Greeks to say that the Son and ~the Holy Ghost are 120 1, 33 | subjection or inferiority to the Son, or to the Holy Ghost, ~ 121 1, 33 | greater; nevertheless the ~Son is not less to Whom oneness 122 1, 33 | properly called begotten or son. But the divine Word is 123 1, 33 | not ~metaphorically called Son, and His principle is called 124 1, 33 | person is Father of the Son, and the ~whole Trinity 125 1, 33 | the creature and to the Son. ~Therefore "Father" in 126 1, 33 | common concept. But the Son is compared to the creature 127 1, 33 | God is the ~Father of the Son from eternity; while He 128 1, 33 | personal sense as ~regards the Son, before it is so taken as 129 1, 33 | Father, and in God the Son, because one is the nature 130 1, 33 | glory of the ~Father and the Son. But in the creature, filiation 131 1, 33 | the artist's mind; so the Son proceeds from the ~Father 132 1, 33 | participates in the likeness of the Son, as is clear from the words 133 1, 33 | conformable to the ~image of His Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 134 1, 33 | the creature and to ~the Son not in a univocal sense, 135 1, 33 | conformed to the image of the Son ~of God. But the Son of 136 1, 33 | the Son ~of God. But the Son of God possesses a position 137 1, 33 | differ in substance. But the Son, Who is ~begotten, does 138 1, 33 | a principle, Who is the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 139 1, 33 | same meaning as "not a son." Nor does it follow that " 140 1, 33 | be said that it is in the Son or in the Holy ~Ghost from 141 1, 33 | distinguished from the ~Son begotten; but only by relation; 142 1, 33 | that is, as the relation of Son is ~denied of the Father.~ 143 1, 33 | removal of the nativity of the Son, than ~by the removal of 144 1, 33 | presupposes the ~generation of the Son. Hence, it being denied 145 1, 34 | 2 - OF THE PERSON OF THE SON (THREE ARTICLES)~We next 146 1, 34 | consider the person of the Son. Three names are attributed 147 1, 34 | names are attributed to ~the Son - namely, "Son," "Word," 148 1, 34 | attributed to ~the Son - namely, "Son," "Word," and "Image." The 149 1, 34 | and "Image." The idea of Son is gathered ~from the idea 150 1, 34 | is the proper name of the Son?~(3) Whether in the name 151 1, 34 | proper sense, as Father and Son. ~But Word is applied to 152 1, 34 | Father is intelligent, the Son is ~intelligent, and the 153 1, 34 | the Father speaks, the ~Son speaks, and the Holy Ghost 154 1, 34 | Trin. vii, 11): "As the Son is ~related to the Father, 155 1, 34 | Whose Word He is." But ~the Son is a personal name, since 156 1, 34 | Origen, declared that the Son ~differed in substance from 157 1, 34 | maintain ~that when the Son of God is called the Word, 158 1, 34 | them to confess that the Son of God is of the same substance 159 1, 34 | not ~common to the Father, Son and Holy Ghost, so it is 160 1, 34 | not true that the ~Father, Son, and Holy Ghost are one 161 1, 34 | understanding Himself, the Son and the Holy Ghost, and 162 1, 34 | 1~Whether "Word" is the Son's proper name?~Aquin.: SMT 163 1, 34 | not the proper name of the Son. For ~the Son is a subsisting 164 1, 34 | name of the Son. For ~the Son is a subsisting person in 165 1, 34 | name of the person of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 166 1, 34 | uttered. ~Therefore if the Son is properly the word, He 167 1, 34 | Therefore, if the Word is the Son's proper name, it ~signifies 168 1, 34 | understanding. But the Son understands. Therefore some 169 1, 34 | some word belongs to ~the Son; and consequently to be 170 1, 34 | Word is not proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 171 1, 34 | Further, it is said of the Son (Heb. 1:3): "Bearing all 172 1, 34 | that the ~Holy Ghost is the Son's Word. Therefore to be 173 1, 34 | Word is not proper to the ~Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 174 1, 34 | Word we ~understand the Son alone."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 175 1, 34 | name of the person of the Son. For it ~signifies an emanation 176 1, 34 | intellect, is called the Son; and this ~procession is 177 1, 34 | Hence it follows that the Son alone is properly called 178 1, 34 | because he asserted that the Son was born by being uttered, 179 1, 34 | comprised as in the ~name Son. Hence Augustine says (De 180 1, 34 | Trin. vii, 11): "Word and Son express ~the same." For 181 1, 34 | express ~the same." For the Son's nativity, which is His 182 1, 34 | which are attributed to the Son to express ~His perfection 183 1, 34 | Father, He is called the Son; to show that He is co-eternal, 184 1, 34 | intelligent belongs to the Son, in the same way as it ~ 185 1, 34 | Q[14], AA[2],4). Now the Son is God begotten, and not ~ 186 1, 34 | When it is said of the Son, "Bearing all things by 187 1, 34 | Ghost may be called the ~Son's Word, because He manifests 188 1, 34 | because He manifests the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 189 1, 34 | properly belongs to the Son to be the Son, so it properly ~ 190 1, 34 | belongs to the Son to be the Son, so it properly ~belongs 191 1, 35 | this name belongs to the Son alone?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 192 1, 35 | of Image is proper to the Son?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 193 1, 35 | Image is not proper to the Son; ~because, as Damascene 194 1, 35 | Ghost is the ~Image of the Son." Therefore Image does not 195 1, 35 | Image does not belong to the Son alone.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 196 1, 35 | Image does not belong to the Son ~alone.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 197 1, 35 | Image is not proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[35] A[ 198 1, 35 | says (De Trin. vi, 2): "The Son alone is the ~Image of the 199 1, 35 | both the Father and of the Son; but the Latin Doctors attribute ~ 200 1, 35 | attribute ~the name Image to the Son alone. For it is not found 201 1, 35 | except as applied to the Son; as in the words, "Who is 202 1, 35 | this by the fact that the Son agrees with the Father, 203 1, 35 | agrees neither with the Son, nor with the Father in 204 1, 35 | called the Image of the Son, because there ~cannot be 205 1, 35 | to the Father through the Son; nor again is He the ~Image 206 1, 35 | Image of the Father and the Son, because then there would 207 1, 35 | for the Father and the Son are one ~principle of the 208 1, 35 | of the Father ~and of the Son, inasmuch as they are one; 209 1, 35 | nature of the ~Father, as the Son also receives it, nevertheless 210 1, 35 | called the Image; because the Son proceeds as word, and it 211 1, 35 | like to the Father and the Son, ~still it does not follow 212 1, 35 | the king is found in his son. In another way it is found 213 1, 35 | In the ~first sense the Son is the Image of the Father; 214 1, 35 | cannot be said that the Son of God is "to ~the image," 215 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son?~(3) Whether He proceeds 216 1, 36 | from the Father through the Son?~(4) Whether the Father 217 1, 36 | Whether the Father and the Son are one principle of the 218 1, 36 | upon me;" and sometimes the Son, as when the Son says: " 219 1, 36 | sometimes the Son, as when the Son says: "In ~the Spirit of 220 1, 36 | 3: Further, because the Son is the name of a divine 221 1, 36 | He cannot ~be called the Son of this or of that. But 222 1, 36 | also is a ~spirit, and the Son is a spirit; and the Father 223 1, 36 | Father is holy, and the Son is ~holy." Secondly, from 224 1, 36 | Reply OBJ 3: In the name Son we understand that relation 225 1, 36 | but we cannot say "our Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 226 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Son?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 227 1, 36 | does not proceed from the Son. ~For as Dionysius says ( 228 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Son; but only that He ~proceeds 229 1, 36 | does not ~proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 230 1, 36 | with the Father and the Son to be adored and ~glorified." 231 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Son; and those who added such 232 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is from the Son, yet we name Him the ~Spirit 233 1, 36 | name Him the ~Spirit of the Son." Therefore the Holy Ghost 234 1, 36 | does not proceed from the ~Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 235 1, 36 | Holy Ghost rests in the Son; for it is said in the legend 236 1, 36 | Father, and in ~His only Son our Lord Jesus Christ, and 237 1, 36 | Father, and abiding in the Son." Therefore the Holy Ghost 238 1, 36 | does ~not proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 239 1, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the Son proceeds as the Word. But 240 1, 36 | does not proceed from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 241 1, 36 | that He proceeds from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 242 1, 36 | be distinguished from the Son, even if He ~did not proceed 243 1, 36 | Spir. Sancti, ii): ~"The Son and the Holy Ghost have 244 1, 36 | no other reason were the Son and the Holy Ghost distinct, 245 1, 36 | Spirit is distinct from the Son, ~without proceeding from 246 1, 36 | from the Father and ~the Son; not made, nor created, 247 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is from the Son. For ~if He were not from 248 1, 36 | which ~He is related to the Son, and by the other to the 249 1, 36 | Father. If therefore in the Son ~and the Holy Ghost there 250 1, 36 | follow that the person of the Son and of the Holy Ghost would 251 1, 36 | Trinity. Therefore the ~Son and the Holy Ghost must 252 1, 36 | necessary to say that either the Son is from the Holy Ghost; 253 1, 36 | the Holy Ghost is from the Son, as we confess.~Aquin.: 254 1, 36 | Q[28], A[4]), that the ~Son proceeds by the way of the 255 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 256 1, 36 | two persons proceed, the Son and the Holy Ghost, there 257 1, 36 | cannot ~be said that the Son and the Holy Ghost proceed 258 1, 36 | Ghost has some order to the Son. For they grant that the 259 1, 36 | Ghost ~is the Spirit "of the Son"; and that He is from the 260 1, 36 | the Father "through the ~Son." Some of them are said 261 1, 36 | concede that "He is from the Son"; or that "He flows from 262 1, 36 | that "He flows from the Son," but not that He proceeds; 263 1, 36 | originates in any way from the Son, we can conclude that the 264 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds from the Son. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 265 1, 36 | Ghost proceeds ~from the Son, still we do find it in 266 1, 36 | Scripture, especially ~where the Son says, speaking of the Holy 267 1, 36 | the Father, applies to the Son, ~although there be added 268 1, 36 | whereby the Father and the Son are ~distinguished from 269 1, 36 | says, "No one knoweth ~the Son, but the Father," the idea 270 1, 36 | Father," the idea of the Son knowing Himself is not ~ 271 1, 36 | from the Father alone, ~the Son would not thereby be at 272 1, 36 | Ghost, the Father and the Son are not opposed ~to each 273 1, 36 | Father, and ~the other is the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 274 1, 36 | did not proceed from the Son had ~not arisen, it was 275 1, 36 | did not proceed from the Son, as appears in a Nestorian ~ 276 1, 36 | Holy Ghost was from the Son, neither do those words 277 1, 36 | to rest or abide in the Son, it ~does not mean that 278 1, 36 | proceed from Him; for the Son also is ~said to abide in 279 1, 36 | Ghost is said to rest in the Son as the love of the lover 280 1, 36 | say He proceeds from the ~Son, but rather it is absolutely 281 1, 36 | belongs to the Father and the Son; and because whatever is 282 1, 36 | Father, must be from the Son unless it be opposed to 283 1, 36 | property of ~filiation; for the Son is not from Himself, although 284 1, 36 | is distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as ~the origin 285 1, 36 | comes from the fact that the Son is only from ~the Father, 286 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son; for ~otherwise the processions 287 1, 36 | from the Father through the Son?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 288 1, 36 | the ~Father through the Son. For whatever proceeds from 289 1, 36 | the Father through the Son, He does not proceed immediately; 290 1, 36 | the Father through the ~Son, He does not proceed from 291 1, 36 | does not proceed from the Son, except on account of the 292 1, 36 | the Father than from the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 293 1, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Son has His being by generation. 294 1, 36 | from the Father through the Son, it follows that the Son 295 1, 36 | Son, it follows that the Son is ~first generated and 296 1, 36 | can ~never say that the Son spirates the Holy Ghost 297 1, 36 | Holy Ghost ~through the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 298 1, 36 | Thyself: that I may adore Thy Son together with Thee: and 299 1, 36 | 2~Therefore, because the Son receives from the Father 300 1, 36 | Holy Ghost ~through the Son, or that the Holy Ghost 301 1, 36 | the Father through ~the Son, which has the same meaning.~ 302 1, 36 | consider in the Father and the Son the ~power whereby they 303 1, 36 | the Father and from the Son, the Holy Ghost proceeds 304 1, 36 | and mediately, as from the Son; and thus He is said to 305 1, 36 | the Father through the Son. So also did Abel proceed 306 1, 36 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If the Son received from the Father 307 1, 36 | the Father than from the Son; whereas, on the contrary, ~ 308 1, 36 | to the Father and to the Son; and ~therefore the Holy 309 1, 36 | the Father, because ~the Son has this power from the 310 1, 36 | As the begetting of the Son is co-eternal with the begetter ~( 311 1, 36 | exist before begetting the Son), so the ~procession of 312 1, 36 | His principle. Hence, the ~Son was not begotten before 313 1, 36 | power between ~Father and Son, but only order of 'supposita'; 314 1, 36 | Father spirates through the Son; and not conversely.~Aquin.: 315 1, 36 | Whether the Father and the Son are one principle of the 316 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are not one principle ~of 317 1, 36 | from the Father ~and the Son as they are one; not as 318 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son as distinct from one ~another. 319 1, 36 | Therefore the Father and the Son are not one principle of 320 1, 36 | proposition "the Father and the Son are one ~principle of the 321 1, 36 | case the Father and the Son would be one person; nor 322 1, 36 | reason ~of the Father and the Son being one principle of the 323 1, 36 | be two ~principles of the Son and of the Holy Ghost, which 324 1, 36 | Therefore the Father and the Son are not one principle of 325 1, 36 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Son is not one with the Father 326 1, 36 | neither are the Father and the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 327 1, 36 | Further, if the Father and the Son are one principle of the 328 1, 36 | Father, ~it follows that the Son is the Father; and if the 329 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are one principle of the 330 1, 36 | Further, if the Father and the Son are one principle of the 331 1, 36 | Ghost is the Father and the Son. But this seems to be false; 332 1, 36 | or for ~the person of the Son; and in either sense it 333 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are one principle ~of the 334 1, 36 | So if the Father and ~the Son are the one principle of 335 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are one principle of the 336 1, 36 | 7: Further, the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are called 337 1, 36 | But the Father and ~the Son are not one, but two Spirators, 338 1, 36 | proceeding from Father and Son as authors." Therefore the ~ 339 1, 36 | Therefore the ~Father and the Son are not one principle of 340 1, 36 | that the Father and the ~Son are not two principles, 341 1, 36 | that, The Father and the Son are in everything one, wherever ~ 342 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are one principle of the ~ 343 1, 36 | incorrect: "The Father ~and the Son are one principle of the 344 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are one principle of the ~ 345 1, 36 | is two principles of the ~Son and of the Holy Ghost - 346 1, 36 | the words "father" and "son" ~even in things created. 347 1, 36 | Therefore, as the Father and the Son ~are one God, by reason 348 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son as they are one in the spirative 349 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son, as distinct; for He proceeds 350 1, 36 | proposition "the Father and the Son are one ~principle of the 351 1, 36 | Himself than He is to the Son; so ~likewise neither is 352 1, 36 | likewise neither is the Son more like to the Father 353 1, 36 | propositions, "The Father and the Son are one ~principle which 354 1, 36 | we say the Father and the Son are ~one principle, this 355 1, 36 | Ghost is the Father and the Son; because the word "principle" 356 1, 36 | that the Father and the ~Son are the same principle, 357 1, 36 | although the Father and the Son are one ~principle of the 358 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son as from two ~distinct persons, 359 1, 36 | that the Father and the Son are two ~spirating, by reason 360 1, 36 | from the Father and the Son as His authors," this is 361 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy 362 1, 37 | xv, 17): "As the Father, Son and Holy ~Ghost are called 363 1, 37 | know not ~why the Father, Son and Holy Ghost should not 364 1, 37 | from the Father and the Son, as was shown ~above (Q[ 365 1, 37 | bond of the ~Father and the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 366 1, 37 | is the proper name of the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 367 1, 37 | Love of the Father for the Son, or for something else; 368 1, 37 | bond of the Father and ~Son, inasmuch as He is Love; 369 1, 37 | Father loves Himself and ~the Son with one Love, and conversely, 370 1, 37 | relation of the Father to the Son, and conversely, as ~that 371 1, 37 | that the Father and ~the Son mutually love one another, 372 1, 37 | it does not belong to the Son, though He understands, 373 1, 37 | Whether the Father and the Son love each other by the Holy 374 1, 37 | that the Father and the Son do not love each other ~ 375 1, 37 | Wisdom begotten. But as the Son is Wisdom begotten, so ~ 376 1, 37 | Therefore the Father and the Son do not love Themselves by 377 1, 37 | proposition, "The Father and the Son love each other ~by the 378 1, 37 | Father understands by the Son"; nor, ~again, if it is 379 1, 37 | that "the Father and the Son spirate by the Holy Ghost," 380 1, 37 | Father generates by the Son." Therefore in no way is 381 1, 37 | true: "'The Father and the Son love each other by the Holy ~ 382 1, 37 | love the Father loves the Son, and Himself, ~and us. But 383 1, 37 | false: "The Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 384 1, 37 | say, "the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost," ~since 385 1, 37 | love to the Father and the Son; ~which cannot be admitted.~ 386 1, 37 | that "the ~Father and the Son love each other by the Holy 387 1, 37 | that "the ~Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost" - that 388 1, 37 | that the Father loves the Son"; inasmuch as ~the Holy 389 1, 37 | whereby the Father and the Son ~formally love each other. 390 1, 37 | that the Father ~and the Son love each other not by the 391 1, 37 | neither Himself, nor the Son, nor the Holy Ghost, except 392 1, 37 | Father, by the Word or the Son, speaks ~Himself, and His 393 1, 37 | that the Father and the Son love each ~other and us, 394 1, 37 | wise or intelligent by the ~Son." But to love is taken not 395 1, 37 | that the Father and the Son love each ~other by the 396 1, 37 | Ghost, or begets by the Son. But we can say that the ~ 397 1, 37 | that the Father loves the Son by the Holy Ghost, as by ~ 398 1, 37 | Father loves not only the Son, but also Himself and us, ~ 399 1, 38 | the Father gives to the Son, as Hilary ~says (De Trin. 400 1, 38 | eternity; as "Father," and "Son." Therefore "Gift" is not 401 1, 38 | either by origin, as the Son belongs to the ~Father; 402 1, 38 | only; and in this sense the Son is the Father's; and the 403 1, 38 | But, as Is. 9:16 says: "A Son ~is give to us." Therefore 404 1, 38 | to be Gift belongs to the Son, as well as to ~the Holy 405 1, 38 | to be born' is, ~for the Son, to be from the Father, 406 1, 38 | proceed from Father and Son." But the Holy Ghost ~receives 407 1, 38 | proceeds from Father and ~Son. Therefore Gift is the proper 408 1, 38 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the Son is properly called the Image 409 1, 38 | called Gift, although the Son, too, is given. For that 410 1, 38 | is given. For that the Son is given ~is from the Father' 411 1, 38 | to give His only begotten Son" (Jn. 3:16).~Aquin.: SMT 412 1, 39 | Synod.) that the Father, Son and Holy Ghost ~"are indeed 413 1, 39 | never says that the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are ~of one 414 1, 39 | predicated of the Father and the Son signifies either one ~subsistent, 415 1, 39 | proper to both Father and Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 416 1, 39 | future glory are the Father, Son and Holy Ghost." ~Therefore 417 1, 39 | do ~not say the Father, Son and Holy Ghost are "three 418 1, 39 | properties in the Father, Son and Holy Ghost - it is ~ 419 1, 39 | not beget," ~because the Son does not beget. Therefore 420 1, 39 | name to the person of the Son, and hence the ~phrase means 421 1, 39 | belonging to the person of the Son, this ~proposition, for 422 1, 39 | the ~generator" and the "Son is God the non-generator" 423 1, 39 | for the Father and the Son are one God, ~as was said 424 1, 39 | God," because although the Son is another than the Father, 425 1, 39 | befitting to the person of the Son; and in the negative sense ~ 426 1, 39 | is to be removed from the Son's divinity ~as well as from 427 1, 39 | 2): "The Father and the Son are one ~Wisdom, because 428 1, 39 | what is within us. But the Son is generated. Therefore ~ 429 1, 39 | divine essence is in the Son, it seems that the divine 430 1, 39 | take the sense to be, "the Son" who is essence and wisdom, 431 1, 39 | the ~divine nature in the Son is not begotten either directly 432 1, 39 | the Trinity; nor is the Son; nor is the Holy Ghost. 433 1, 39 | essence is the Father, and the Son, and the ~Holy Ghost." And 434 1, 39 | are appropriated to the Son, Who proceeds by way of ~ 435 1, 39 | Him, as though only the Son were Wisdom; so ~that the 436 1, 39 | that the Father and the Son together only can be called 437 1, 39 | the ~Father without the Son. But the Son is called the 438 1, 39 | without the Son. But the Son is called the Wisdom of 439 1, 39 | name "Image" proper to the Son ~(Q[35], A[2]), and the 440 1, 39 | Father, "species" to the Son, and ~"use" to the Holy 441 1, 39 | Father, equality in the Son, and in the Holy Ghost is 442 1, 39 | Father; all are equal by the Son, and all united by the Holy ~ 443 1, 39 | attributed ~"power," to the Son "wisdom," to the Holy Ghost " 444 1, 39 | to be appropriated to the Son, according to the text, " 445 1, 39 | Father, ~'by Him' to the Son, 'in Him' to the Holy Ghost.'" 446 1, 39 | Truth is appropriated to the Son, according to Jn. ~14:6, " 447 1, 39 | Gentiles," a gloss adds, "The Son speaks Who said to Moses, 448 1, 39 | appear to belong to the Son, and are not appropriated. ~ 449 1, 39 | properly belongs to the Son, Who has a principle. Also 450 1, 39 | life" seems proper to the Son, as signifying "a thing 451 1, 39 | appears to be ~proper to the Son; because if when it was 452 1, 39 | said, "He Who is Father, Son, ~and Holy Ghost, and the 453 1, 39 | Who is the Father, and the Son, and the Holy Ghost sent ~ 454 1, 39 | because no person is Father, Son and Holy Ghost. Therefore 455 1, 39 | Trinity, but is proper to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 456 1, 39 | Father, "species" to ~the Son, "use" to the Holy Ghost. 457 1, 39 | to ~the property of the Son. For beauty includes three 458 1, 39 | likeness to the property of the Son, inasmuch ~as He as Son 459 1, 39 | Son, inasmuch ~as He as Son has in Himself truly and 460 1, 39 | Where - that is, in the Son - there is supreme and primal 461 1, 39 | The second agrees with the Son's property, inasmuch as 462 1, 39 | with the property of the Son, as the Word, which is the ~ 463 1, 39 | whereby the Father and the Son enjoy each other, agrees ~ 464 1, 39 | Father, ~"equality" to the Son, "concord" or "union" to 465 1, 39 | equality is appropriated to the Son, Who is the ~"principle 466 1, 39 | are equal by reason of the Son; and are united by reason 467 1, 39 | soon as ~we suppose the Son. So, all are equal by reason 468 1, 39 | are equal by reason of the Son, not as if the ~Son were 469 1, 39 | the Son, not as if the ~Son were the principle of equality 470 1, 39 | but that, without the ~Son equal to the Father, the 471 1, 39 | firstly in regard to the Son: for that the ~Holy Ghost 472 1, 39 | Father, is also from the Son. Likewise, if the ~Holy 473 1, 39 | between the Father and the Son. So ~all are connected by 474 1, 39 | whence the Father and the Son are said to be united.~Aquin.: 475 1, 39 | likeness to the heavenly Son, as the ~Word, for a word 476 1, 39 | of wisdom. In an earthly son ~this is sometimes absent 477 1, 39 | is appropriated to the Son and to the ~Holy Ghost, 478 1, 39 | always appropriated to the Son, but ~belongs to the Son 479 1, 39 | Son, but ~belongs to the Son properly and strictly, according 480 1, 39 | Jn. 1:3); not that the Son is an instrument, ~but as " 481 1, 39 | are appropriated to ~the Son, so also is the expression " 482 1, 39 | should be appropriated to the Son. In another sense things 483 1, 39 | is ~appropriated to the Son, without, however, being 484 1, 39 | as ~appropriated to the Son. The "book of life" directly 485 1, 39 | it is appropriated to the Son; although life is ~appropriated 486 1, 39 | appropriated to the person of the Son, not by ~reason of itself, 487 1, 39 | race accomplished by ~the Son. Yet, forasmuch as the word " 488 1, 39 | relate to the person of the Son; and in that sense it ~would 489 1, 39 | instance, were we to say, "The Son is ~the begotten 'Who is,'" 490 1, 40 | in the Father and in ~the Son. Therefore relation is not 491 1, 40 | Himself, ~and filiation is the Son, and procession is the Holy 492 1, 40 | Father, and the person of the Son; not that it is one self-subsisting ~ 493 1, 40 | is distinguished from the Son, inasmuch as the former ~ 494 1, 40 | Father, and filiation is the Son, because in God the ~abstract 495 1, 40 | it would follow that the Son, in ~Whom there is not paternity, 496 1, 40 | Father had not begotten the Son, nothing would ~prevent 497 1, 40 | He had not begotten the Son, ~there would be no paternity 498 1, 40 | says (De Trin. iv): "The Son has nothing else ~than birth." 499 1, 40 | than birth." But He is Son by "birth." Therefore, if 500 1, 40 | filiation be ~removed, the Son's hypostasis no more remains;


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