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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | But the creator and the creature, both of whom ~are treated 2 1, 1 | likeness. If therefore any creature be taken to represent God, ~ 3 1, 2 | God; (2) Of the rational ~creature's advance towards God; ( 4 1, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any creature can be like God?~Aquin.: 5 1, 4 | OBJ 1: It seems that no creature can be like God. For it 6 1, 4 | like ~whiteness. But no creature is in the same "genus" as 7 1, 4 | 3], A[5]). Therefore no creature is like God.~Aquin.: SMT 8 1, 4 | existence differ. Therefore no creature can be like to God.~Aquin.: 9 1, 4 | to like. If therefore any creature is like God, God will be 10 1, 4 | God will be like ~some creature, which is against what is 11 1, 4 | not conversely; so ~also a creature can be spoken of as in some 12 1, 4 | not that ~God is like a creature.~ 13 1, 5 | that is not God is God's creature. Now ~every creature of 14 1, 5 | God's creature. Now ~every creature of God is good (1 Tim. 4: 15 1, 6 | is proper to the rational creature; others know some ~participation 16 1, 6 | reality ~in God, but in the creature; for it is in God in our 17 1, 6 | perfection belongs to no creature by its own essence; it belongs 18 1, 6 | being, yet the ~essence of a creature is not very being; and therefore 19 1, 6 | does not follow ~that a creature is good essentially.~Aquin.: 20 1, 6 | OBJ 3: The goodness of a creature is not its very essence, 21 1, 7 | these premises ~that no creature is infinite in essence, 22 1, 7 | to inquire ~whether any creature can be infinite in magnitude.~ 23 1, 8 | especially in the ~rational creature which knows and loves Him 24 1, 8 | And ~because the rational creature possesses this prerogative 25 1, 8 | to call ~the Holy Ghost a creature, Who in all things, and 26 1, 9 | immutable; whereas every creature ~is in some way mutable. 27 1, 9 | created power, since no creature is eternal, but by the divine 28 1, 9 | also ~in some manner every creature is mutable. For every creature 29 1, 9 | creature is mutable. For every creature has a ~twofold power, active 30 1, 9 | Para. 3/3~Thus in every creature there is a potentiality 31 1, 10 | whole, it ~follows that some creature is actually infinite; which 32 1, 10 | incongruity in saying that a ~creature is infinite, inasmuch as 33 1, 10 | is not ended by any other creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 34 1, 12 | seen God. For how can a creature see what is ~increatable?" 35 1, 12 | perfection of the rational creature is ~to be found in that 36 1, 12 | intellect of the rational creature could not reach so ~far 37 1, 12 | be a ~proportion of the creature to God, inasmuch as it is 38 1, 12 | intellective ~power of the creature is not the essence of God, 39 1, 12 | intellectual power of the creature is called an ~intelligible 40 1, 12 | created intellect; for no creature is its own existence, ~forasmuch 41 1, 12 | negatively, in that sense every creature is ~defective, when compared 42 1, 12 | created can be natural to some creature. ~Therefore if the essence 43 1, 12 | made natural to some other creature; and thus, that creature ~ 44 1, 12 | creature; and thus, that creature ~would not need any other 45 1, 12 | not necessary that every creature should require a superadded 46 1, 12 | cannot be natural to a ~creature unless the creature has 47 1, 12 | to a ~creature unless the creature has a divine nature; which 48 1, 12 | this light the rational creature is made deiform, as is said 49 1, 12 | 4: Further, the rational creature naturally desires to know 50 1, 12 | natural desire of the rational creature is to know ~everything that 51 1, 12 | God moves ~the spiritual creature according to time" - i.e. 52 1, 12 | affection. But the spiritual creature is the angel who sees God. ~ 53 1, 13 | express the distance of the creature from Him, or His relation 54 1, 13 | universally perfect. Hence every creature represents Him, and ~is 55 1, 13 | perfection is applied to a ~creature, it signifies that perfection 56 1, 13 | according to the relation of a creature to God as its principle 57 1, 13 | OBJ 2: The likeness of the creature to God is imperfect, for 58 1, 13 | God is the cause of the creature's ~goodness"; thus the term 59 1, 13 | included in its ~meaning the creature's goodness. Hence "good" 60 1, 13 | eternity He knew and loved ~the creature, according to the word: " 61 1, 13 | something in God, or in the creature only. But it cannot ~be 62 1, 13 | that it is something in the creature only, for in that case God 63 1, 13 | predicated of God to the creature ~even without the existence 64 1, 13 | without the existence of the creature; and thus these names "Lord" ~ 65 1, 13 | which import relation to the creature from being predicated of 66 1, 13 | reason of the ~change of the creature; as a column is on the right 67 1, 13 | the habitude itself to the creature, as "Lord," ~and these do 68 1, 13 | spoken of relatively to the creature, inasmuch as the ~creature 69 1, 13 | creature, inasmuch as the ~creature is related to Him: thus 70 1, 13 | Since God is related to the creature for the reason that ~the 71 1, 13 | for the reason that ~the creature is related to Him: and since 72 1, 13 | subjection is ~real in the creature, it follows that God is 73 1, 13 | the manner in which the ~creature is subject to Him.~Aquin.: 74 1, 13 | though God is prior to the creature, still ~because the signification 75 1, 13 | not "Lord" until He had a creature subject to ~Himself.~Aquin.: 76 1, 14 | does not know what the creature is in its essence, so as 77 1, 14 | heart; neither ~is there any creature invisible in His sight" ( 78 1, 14 | perfection exists in ~any creature, wholly pre-exists and is 79 1, 14 | Further, God knows each creature more perfectly than we know 80 1, 14 | of God Himself or of a ~creature, whether in active power, 81 1, 14 | thought, or said by the creature, as ~also whatever He Himself 82 1, 14 | in God's power, or the ~creature's, which nevertheless are 83 1, 14 | things possible to Him and creature; and ~since some of these 84 1, 14 | imports relation to the ~creature is applied to God from time, 85 1, 15 | God created only the first creature, and that this creature 86 1, 15 | creature, and that this creature created the ~second creature, 87 1, 15 | creature created the ~second creature, and so on, until this great 88 1, 15 | degree of likeness. But every creature has ~its own proper species, 89 1, 15 | of such imitation by any creature, He knows it as the ~particular 90 1, 15 | particular type and idea of that creature; and in like manner as regards ~ 91 1, 20 | desire, since He needs no creature outside Himself. Nor with 92 1, 21 | either to God, or to some ~creature, neither the one nor the 93 1, 21 | Again, if this is due to a creature, ~it must be due on account 94 1, 22 | OBJ 5: Since a rational creature has, through its free will, ~ 95 1, 23 | above the nature of every creature, as shown above (Q[12], ~ 96 1, 23 | properly speaking, a rational creature, ~capable of eternal life, 97 1, 23 | direction of a rational creature towards the end of life ~ 98 1, 23 | all creatures the rational creature ~is chiefly ordained for 99 1, 25 | but moves ~the spiritual creature in time, and the corporeal 100 1, 25 | time, and the corporeal creature in place and ~time, as Augustine 101 1, 26 | that kind of goods which a creature ~can participate.~Aquin.: 102 1, 26 | the last end of a rational creature, as the ~thing itself; but 103 1, 27 | the Father as His ~primary creature, and that the Holy Ghost 104 1, 27 | Father and ~the Son as the creature of both. In this sense neither 105 1, 27 | sanctifying the rational creature, ~and moving it to life. 106 1, 28 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: As the creature proceeds from God in diversity 107 1, 28 | does any relation to ~the creature arise from His nature; for 108 1, 28 | He does not produce the creature ~by necessity of His nature, 109 1, 28 | relation in God to the creature; whereas in creatures there 110 1, 28 | the divine essence is a ~creature. But relation really belongs 111 1, 28 | divine ~essence, it is a creature; and it cannot claim the 112 1, 28 | What is contained in the creature above and ~beyond what is 113 1, 30 | Further, the more perfect a creature is, the more interior ~operations 114 1, 30 | infinitely excels every creature. Therefore in God not ~only 115 1, 32 | any real relation to the ~creature (Q[28], A[1],3); while there 116 1, 33 | the mode adapted to the creature. ~Hence this term "cause" 117 1, 33 | Trinity is our Father, or the creature's; since, according to Basil ~( 118 1, 33 | receive is common to the creature and to the Son. ~Therefore " 119 1, 33 | the Son is compared to the creature by reason of ~filiation 120 1, 33 | the first-born of every creature." Therefore paternity ~taken 121 1, 33 | He is the Father of the creature ~in time. Therefore paternity 122 1, 33 | so taken as regards the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 123 1, 33 | and the Son. But in the creature, filiation is found in relation ~ 124 1, 33 | since the Creator and the creature have ~not the same nature; 125 1, 33 | some, namely, the ~rational creature (He is the Father), by reason 126 1, 33 | which import relation to the creature come after proper ~terms 127 1, 33 | from the ~Father before the creature, to which the name of filiation 128 1, 33 | said to be common to the creature and to ~the Son not in a 129 1, 34 | not import relation to the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 130 1, 34 | imports relation to the creature, it follows that the ~Word 131 1, 34 | Word proceeds from the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 132 1, 34 | imports relation to the creature, this can only ~be because 133 1, 34 | knowing ~Himself, knows every creature. Now the word conceived 134 1, 34 | not imply relation to the creature, but it is implied in what ~ 135 1, 34 | Himself, understands every creature; and so there ~is only one 136 1, 36 | moving power. But to no ~creature does it belong to be a principle 137 1, 36 | the one principle of the creature. But the Father and ~the 138 1, 36 | above explained; whereas the creature proceeds from ~the three 139 1, 37 | speaks Himself and every creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch 140 1, 37 | represents ~the Father and every creature; so He loves Himself and 141 1, 37 | loves Himself and every creature by ~the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 142 1, 37 | loves Himself and every creature. Thus ~it is evident that 143 1, 37 | evident that relation to the creature is implied both in the Word ~ 144 1, 38 | imports relation to the creature, and it thus ~seems to be 145 1, 38 | possessed, except by a rational creature united to God. Other ~creatures 146 1, 38 | effect thereof. The ~rational creature does sometimes attain thereto; 147 1, 38 | rightly. Hence the rational creature alone ~can possess the divine 148 1, 38 | imports relation to the creature; but that it ~includes something 149 1, 39 | creatures. In considering any creature four points present themselves 150 1, 41 | origin: one, inasmuch as the creature proceeds from Him, ~and 151 1, 41 | but that He produced the creature by His will. Whence in the ~ 152 1, 41 | by the ~Will of God, as a creature is said to be made, let 153 1, 41 | necessary being, whereas a creature is made from nothing. ~Thus, 154 1, 41 | to prove the Son to be a creature, said that ~the Father begot 155 1, 41 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, every creature is from nothing. But in 156 1, 41 | Scripture the Son ~is called a creature; for it is said (Ecclus. 157 1, 41 | For we can say that the creature is from God Who is essence; 158 1, 41 | foreseen as ~united to the creature. Or the mention of wisdom 159 1, 41 | is not ~changed, but the creature does not receive the Creator' 160 1, 41 | form is to the individual creature. Now the individual form 161 1, 42 | of ~the procession of any creature perfectly represents the 162 1, 43 | person be possessed by any creature, or exist in it in a new 163 1, 43 | but from change in the creature; as God Himself is called 164 1, 43 | temporally by change of the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 165 1, 43 | proceeds temporally for the creature's sanctification." But mission 166 1, 43 | procession. Since then the creature's sanctification is by ~ 167 1, 43 | And since the rational creature by its operation of ~knowledge 168 1, 43 | to exist in the rational creature but also to dwell ~therein 169 1, 43 | person is in the rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying 170 1, 43 | sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~perfected so that it 171 1, 43 | Himself to be enjoyed by ~the creature. But as implying the authority 172 1, 43 | one would ~suffice for the creature's sanctification.~Aquin.: 173 1, 43 | invisible mission is for the creature's sanctification. Now every ~ 174 1, 43 | sanctification. Now every ~creature that has grace is sanctified. 175 1, 43 | mission is ~to every such creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 176 1, 43 | way of union to a ~visible creature, as the Son's mission according 177 1, 43 | did not assume any visible creature; and hence it cannot be ~ 178 1, 43 | Further, every visible creature is an effect showing forth 179 1, 43 | of the noblest kind ~of creature - namely, the human nature. 180 1, 43 | Son assumed the visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~into 181 1, 43 | whatever can be said of that ~creature can be said of the Son of 182 1, 43 | not assume the visible creature, in which He appeared, into 183 1, 43 | by reason of any visible ~creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 184 1, 43 | sanctification; whereas any other ~creature could be the sign of sanctification. 185 1, 43 | Nor was such a visible ~creature, formed for such a purpose, 186 1, 44 | His goodness; while every creature intends to acquire its own ~ 187 1, 45 | the Creator and in ~the creature. But because the mode of 188 1, 45 | creation is anything in the creature?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 189 1, 45 | creation is not anything in the creature. For ~as creation taken 190 1, 45 | sense is attributed to the creature, so ~creation taken in an 191 1, 45 | passively is not anything in the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 192 1, 45 | between the Creator and the creature. ~But creation is signified 193 1, 45 | not eternal; nor is it the creature, because in ~that case it 194 1, 45 | is not ~anything in the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 195 1, 45 | Hence creation in the creature is only a certain relation 196 1, 45 | with a relation to the creature. But in God relation to ~ 197 1, 45 | in God relation to ~the creature is not a real relation, 198 1, 45 | whereas the relation of the creature to God is a real relation, 199 1, 45 | between the ~Creator and the creature. Nevertheless passive creation 200 1, 45 | passive creation is in the ~creature, and is a creature. Nor 201 1, 45 | the ~creature, and is a creature. Nor is there need of a 202 1, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The creature is the term of creation 203 1, 45 | is the beginning of the creature. Nor is it ~necessary that 204 1, 45 | necessary that as long as the creature is it should be created; 205 1, 45 | imports a relation of the creature to the Creator, with a ~ 206 1, 45 | to be made. Therefore a creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT 207 1, 45 | contrary, which nevertheless a creature can ~do, than to make a 208 1, 45 | Much more therefore can a creature ~do this.~Aquin.: SMT FP 209 1, 45 | power is needed to produce a creature by creation. But to have 210 1, 45 | contrary to the nature of a creature. Therefore it is ~not impossible 211 1, 45 | is ~not impossible for a creature to create.~Aquin.: SMT FP 212 1, 45 | God can communicate to a creature the power of ~creating, 213 1, 45 | it is impossible for any creature to ~create, either by its 214 1, 45 | being." And ~because no creature has simply an infinite power, 215 1, 45 | 2]), it follows that no ~creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT 216 1, 45 | to the procession of the creature: and is more perfect, because 217 1, 45 | principle; whereas ~the creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. 218 1, 45 | that the causation of the creature flows ~from some essential 219 1, 45 | God the Father made ~the creature through His Word, which 220 1, 45 | numbered. Therefore ~in the creature is to be found a trace not 221 1, 45 | Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature are found some things which 222 1, 45 | to their cause. For every creature subsists in ~its own being, 223 1, 45 | Trinity is found in every creature, according "as it is one ~ 224 1, 45 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing 225 1, 45 | all that exists in ~the creature; but only to a subsisting 226 1, 45 | is not created, is not a creature. If therefore in ~nature' 227 1, 46 | eternal, or least ~some creature, as an angel, but not man. 228 1, 46 | general, as to whether any creature can exist from eternity.~ 229 1, 47 | spiritual and corporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] Out. 230 1, 47 | adequately ~represented by one creature alone, He produced many 231 1, 47 | it better than any single creature whatever.~Aquin.: SMT FP 232 1, 47 | perfect, is only one. ~But no creature represents the first exemplar 233 1, 47 | only is sufficient. But the creature is not such a means to its 234 1, 47 | according to the mode of a ~creature; whereas He did not make 235 1, 47 | did not make each single creature best, but one ~better than 236 1, 47 | we find it said of each creature, "God ~saw the light that 237 1, 47 | equality, and then from Him the creature ~proceeds, to which belongs 238 1, 48 | against ~the nature of a creature to be preserved in existence 239 1, 48 | not an evil as regards a creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 240 1, 48 | evil of pain takes away the creature's good, which may be either ~ 241 1, 48 | of the vision of God, the creature ~forfeits its uncreated 242 1, 48 | not ~only as shared by the creature. Therefore it is plain that 243 1, 49 | is caused by the rational creature, which is good; and ~thus 244 1, 50 | firstly, the purely spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture 245 1, 50 | called ~angel; secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, 246 1, 50 | thirdly, the composite ~creature, corporeal and spiritual, 247 1, 50 | is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~( 248 1, 50 | Spir. Sanct. i, 7): "Every creature is ~limited within its own 249 1, 50 | bodies. ~Therefore, every creature is corporeal. Now angels 250 1, 50 | Now, God ~produces the creature by His intellect and will ( 251 1, 50 | existence of an ~incorporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 252 1, 50 | not infinite, for every creature is finite. Therefore the 253 1, 50 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: Every creature is simply finite, inasmuch 254 1, 50 | there is nothing against a creature being considered ~relatively 255 1, 51 | the function of a ~living creature, agrees with other sounds 256 1, 54 | does its existence. But no creature's existence is its substance, ~ 257 1, 54 | angel, nor of any other ~creature, is its substance.~Aquin.: 258 1, 54 | of an angel, or of any ~creature, to be its own substance. 259 1, 54 | as also the action of any creature, is not his existence. For 260 1, 54 | Now the being of every ~creature is restricted to one in 261 1, 54 | Neither in an angel nor in any creature, is the power or ~operative 262 1, 54 | proper power. But in every creature ~the essence differs from 263 1, 54 | nor is the essence of any creature its power of operation.~ 264 1, 54 | the highest intellectual ~creature to be entirely intelligent; 265 1, 55 | knowledge of the ~rational creature, and then in their own nature."~ 266 1, 55 | according to ~which the creature is fashioned, is in the 267 1, 55 | Word of God before the ~creature which is fashioned, so the 268 1, 55 | first in the intellectual creature, and is afterwards the very 269 1, 55 | very fashioning ~of the creature."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 270 1, 56 | Reply OBJ 4: God made every creature proportionate to the universe 271 1, 56 | Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, means that 272 1, 56 | this cannot accrue to any ~creature from its natural principles, 273 1, 57 | God moves the spiritual creature ~according to time." And 274 1, 57 | is, ~because the rational creature is subject to God only, 275 1, 58 | the ~definition of some creature, "a four-footed flying beast," 276 1, 58 | knowing ~the nature of every creature, the good angels form no 277 1, 58 | angels, while knowing the ~creature, do not adhere to it, for 278 1, 59 | This cannot be said of ~any creature, because infinite goodness 279 1, 59 | angel, nor that ~of any creature, can be the same thing as 280 1, 59 | different powers in every creature. It is not so with God, ~ 281 1, 60 | comprised, because every creature in ~regard to its entire 282 1, 61 | God moves the spiritual ~creature according to time."~Aquin.: 283 1, 61 | from the relationship of creature to creature; ~because the 284 1, 61 | relationship of creature to creature; ~because the mutual relationship 285 1, 61 | have created the angelic creature before other creatures. 286 1, 61 | matter ~of the corporeal creature involves in a manner the 287 1, 61 | relationship to the corporeal creature, and to ~rule over every 288 1, 61 | rule over every corporeal creature. Hence it was fitting for 289 1, 61 | place of the ~corporeal creature; while the other angels, 290 1, 62 | nobler than the corporeal ~creature. But the corporeal creature 291 1, 62 | creature. But the corporeal creature straightway from its creation 292 1, 62 | Reply OBJ 2: The corporeal creature instantly in the beginning 293 1, 62 | the same way, the angelic creature in the ~beginning of its 294 1, 62 | beatitude ~of the rational creature consists, is beyond the 295 1, 62 | Consequently no rational creature can have the movement of 296 1, 62 | God; this belongs to the creature enjoying the ~possession 297 1, 62 | grace turns the rational creature towards God. If, ~therefore, 298 1, 62 | effects were implanted ~in the creature when corporeally created, 299 1, 62 | not of the nature of the creature, but is its end. Now ~everything 300 1, 62 | The acts of the rational creature are from the creature ~itself; 301 1, 62 | rational creature are from the creature ~itself; whereas nature 302 1, 62 | evident, since the rational creature cannot of its ~own power 303 1, 62 | to which every rational creature is directed as to its ~last 304 1, 62 | impossible that as the rational ~creature is led on to the vision 305 1, 62 | comprehending God, while the creature's efficacy in beholding 306 1, 62 | to pass that the rational creature understands God ~more or 307 1, 62 | Therefore every rational creature is so led by God to the 308 1, 62 | its end. ~Now the rational creature is moved towards its end, 309 1, 62 | the power of the ~rational creature, then its action is said 310 1, 63 | angel or any other rational creature considered in his ~own nature, 311 1, 63 | can sin; and to whatever creature it belongs not to sin, such ~ 312 1, 63 | belongs not to sin, such ~creature has it as a gift of grace, 313 1, 63 | sin in the will of every creature; ~considering the condition 314 1, 63 | such ~desire. But for any creature to be God's equal does not 315 1, 63 | is the end to which every creature naturally ~tends. If, therefore, 316 1, 63 | nature. Consequently, ~no creature of a lower order can ever 317 1, 63 | own 'not-being'; since no creature can exist ~except by holding 318 1, 63 | the lack of ~form in the creature did not precede its formation 319 1, 63 | frustrated in the noblest creature ~which is unfitting.~Aquin.: 320 1, 63 | justice. But the intellectual creature, when it ~sins, falls away 321 1, 63 | unfitting in any exalted ~creature; because the intellectual 322 1, 63 | because the intellectual creature was so made by God, that 323 1, 63 | which in every degree ~of creature can be turned to evil. In 324 1, 64 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The creature is darkness in comparison 325 1, 64 | light; and therefore the creature's knowledge in its own ~ 326 1, 64 | that every ~will of the creature can by reason of free-will 327 1, 65 | corruptible. And the nearer a creature ~approaches God, Who is 328 1, 65 | so far as every visible creature is ~subject to time, either 329 1, 65 | opinion, the corporeal creature was made, not because it 330 1, 65 | some ~sin of a spiritual creature, it would follow, if other 331 1, 65 | the universe also every creature exists for ~its own proper 332 1, 65 | whilst each and every creature exists for the perfection 333 1, 65 | In the very fact of any creature possessing being, it ~represents 334 1, 65 | such a way that the first creature proceeded from Him ~immediately, 335 1, 65 | but not such ~that one creature is created by another, for 336 1, 65 | such, can belong to no ~creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[65] A[ 337 1, 66 | however, since darkness is no creature, but a ~privation of light, 338 1, 67 | production of the spiritual creature, and ~therefore when we 339 1, 67 | matter of the corporeal creature by the word ~"earth." And 340 1, 67 | regard to the ~corporeal creature. One is where we read that " 341 1, 67 | distinction of the spiritual creature from ~other created things 342 1, 70 | 65], A[2]), a corporeal creature ~can be considered as made 343 1, 70 | untrue to say that a higher creature may be made for the sake 344 1, 71 | bring forth the creeping creature ~having life, and the fowl 345 1, 71 | bring forth the ~creeping creature having life."~Aquin.: SMT 346 1, 71 | bring forth the creeping creature having ~life," are followed 347 1, 72 | earth bring forth the living creature," should rather have been, " 348 1, 73 | OBJ 3: Further, over each creature a blessing was pronounced, 349 1, 73 | sanctification ~of every creature consists in resting in God. 350 1, 74 | imply certain changes in the creature which are ~measurable by 351 1, 74 | the giving form to every creature is by the word of ~God; 352 1, 74 | corporeal things, and thus no creature is omitted. ~But, according 353 1, 74 | not as though He knew the creature otherwise, or that ~the 354 1, 74 | otherwise, or that ~the creature was pleasing to Him otherwise, 355 1, 75 | spiritual and of the corporeal creature, we now ~proceed to treat 356 1, 75 | we do not imply in the creature a potentiality to ~non-existence, 357 1, 77 | of the ~soul, or of any creature; as we have said above when 358 1, 37 | speaks Himself and every creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch 359 1, 37 | represents ~the Father and every creature; so He loves Himself and 360 1, 37 | loves Himself and every creature by ~the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 361 1, 37 | loves Himself and every creature. Thus ~it is evident that 362 1, 37 | evident that relation to the creature is implied both in the Word ~ 363 1, 38 | imports relation to the creature, and it thus ~seems to be 364 1, 38 | possessed, except by a rational creature united to God. Other ~creatures 365 1, 38 | effect thereof. The ~rational creature does sometimes attain thereto; 366 1, 38 | rightly. Hence the rational creature alone ~can possess the divine 367 1, 38 | imports relation to the creature; but that it ~includes something 368 1, 39 | creatures. In considering any creature four points present themselves 369 1, 41 | origin: one, inasmuch as the creature proceeds from Him, ~and 370 1, 41 | but that He produced the creature by His will. Whence in the ~ 371 1, 41 | by the ~Will of God, as a creature is said to be made, let 372 1, 41 | necessary being, whereas a creature is made from nothing. ~Thus, 373 1, 41 | to prove the Son to be a creature, said that ~the Father begot 374 1, 41 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, every creature is from nothing. But in 375 1, 41 | Scripture the Son ~is called a creature; for it is said (Ecclus. 376 1, 41 | For we can say that the creature is from God Who is essence; 377 1, 41 | foreseen as ~united to the creature. Or the mention of wisdom 378 1, 41 | is not ~changed, but the creature does not receive the Creator' 379 1, 41 | form is to the individual creature. Now the individual form 380 1, 42 | of ~the procession of any creature perfectly represents the 381 1, 43 | person be possessed by any creature, or exist in it in a new 382 1, 43 | but from change in the creature; as God Himself is called 383 1, 43 | temporally by change of the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 384 1, 43 | proceeds temporally for the creature's sanctification." But mission 385 1, 43 | procession. Since then the creature's sanctification is by ~ 386 1, 43 | And since the rational creature by its operation of ~knowledge 387 1, 43 | to exist in the rational creature but also to dwell ~therein 388 1, 43 | person is in the rational creature in a new mode, ~except sanctifying 389 1, 43 | sanctifying grace the rational creature is ~perfected so that it 390 1, 43 | Himself to be enjoyed by ~the creature. But as implying the authority 391 1, 43 | one would ~suffice for the creature's sanctification.~Aquin.: 392 1, 43 | invisible mission is for the creature's sanctification. Now every ~ 393 1, 43 | sanctification. Now every ~creature that has grace is sanctified. 394 1, 43 | mission is ~to every such creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 395 1, 43 | way of union to a ~visible creature, as the Son's mission according 396 1, 43 | did not assume any visible creature; and hence it cannot be ~ 397 1, 43 | Further, every visible creature is an effect showing forth 398 1, 43 | of the noblest kind ~of creature - namely, the human nature. 399 1, 43 | Son assumed the visible creature, wherein He appeared, ~into 400 1, 43 | whatever can be said of that ~creature can be said of the Son of 401 1, 43 | not assume the visible creature, in which He appeared, into 402 1, 43 | by reason of any visible ~creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 403 1, 43 | sanctification; whereas any other ~creature could be the sign of sanctification. 404 1, 43 | Nor was such a visible ~creature, formed for such a purpose, 405 1, 45 | His goodness; while every creature intends to acquire its own ~ 406 1, 46 | in the Creator and in the creature. But because the mode of 407 1, 46 | creation is anything in the creature?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 408 1, 46 | creation is not anything in the creature. For ~as creation taken 409 1, 46 | sense is attributed to the creature, so ~creation taken in an 410 1, 46 | passively is not anything in the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 411 1, 46 | between the Creator and the creature. ~But creation is signified 412 1, 46 | not eternal; nor is it the creature, because in ~that case it 413 1, 46 | is not ~anything in the creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 414 1, 46 | Hence creation in the creature is only a certain relation 415 1, 46 | with a relation to the creature. But in God relation to ~ 416 1, 46 | in God relation to ~the creature is not a real relation, 417 1, 46 | whereas the relation of the creature to God is a real relation, 418 1, 46 | between the ~Creator and the creature. Nevertheless passive creation 419 1, 46 | passive creation is in the ~creature, and is a creature. Nor 420 1, 46 | the ~creature, and is a creature. Nor is there need of a 421 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The creature is the term of creation 422 1, 46 | is the beginning of the creature. Nor is it ~necessary that 423 1, 46 | necessary that as long as the creature is it should be created; 424 1, 46 | imports a relation of the creature to the Creator, with a ~ 425 1, 46 | to be made. Therefore a creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT 426 1, 46 | contrary, which nevertheless a creature can ~do, than to make a 427 1, 46 | Much more therefore can a creature ~do this.~Aquin.: SMT FP 428 1, 46 | power is needed to produce a creature by creation. But to have 429 1, 46 | contrary to the nature of a creature. Therefore it is ~not impossible 430 1, 46 | is ~not impossible for a creature to create.~Aquin.: SMT FP 431 1, 46 | God can communicate to a creature the power of ~creating, 432 1, 46 | it is impossible for any creature to ~create, either by its 433 1, 46 | being." And ~because no creature has simply an infinite power, 434 1, 46 | 2]), it follows that no ~creature can create.~Aquin.: SMT 435 1, 46 | to the procession of the creature: and is more perfect, because 436 1, 46 | principle; whereas ~the creature proceeds in imperfect similitude. 437 1, 46 | that the causation of the creature flows ~from some essential 438 1, 46 | God the Father made ~the creature through His Word, which 439 1, 46 | numbered. Therefore ~in the creature is to be found a trace not 440 1, 46 | Trinity, inasmuch ~as in every creature are found some things which 441 1, 46 | to their cause. For every creature subsists in ~its own being, 442 1, 46 | Trinity is found in every creature, according "as it is one ~ 443 1, 46 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: A creature properly speaking is a thing 444 1, 46 | all that exists in ~the creature; but only to a subsisting 445 1, 46 | is not created, is not a creature. If therefore in ~nature' 446 1, 47 | eternal, or least ~some creature, as an angel, but not man. 447 1, 47 | general, as to whether any creature can exist from eternity.~ 448 1, 48 | spiritual and corporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[47] Out. 449 1, 48 | adequately ~represented by one creature alone, He produced many 450 1, 48 | it better than any single creature whatever.~Aquin.: SMT FP 451 1, 48 | perfect, is only one. ~But no creature represents the first exemplar 452 1, 48 | is sufficient. But the ~creature is not such a means to its 453 1, 48 | according to the mode of a ~creature; whereas He did not make 454 1, 48 | did not make each single creature best, but one ~better than 455 1, 48 | we find it said of each creature, "God ~saw the light that 456 1, 48 | equality, and then from Him the creature ~proceeds, to which belongs 457 1, 49 | against ~the nature of a creature to be preserved in existence 458 1, 49 | not an evil as regards a creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[48] A[ 459 1, 49 | evil of pain takes away the creature's good, which may be either ~ 460 1, 49 | of the vision of God, the creature ~forfeits its uncreated 461 1, 49 | not ~only as shared by the creature. Therefore it is plain that 462 1, 50 | is caused by the rational creature, which is good; and ~thus 463 1, 51 | firstly, the purely spiritual creature which in Holy Scripture 464 1, 51 | called ~angel; secondly, the creature wholly corporeal; thirdly, 465 1, 51 | thirdly, the composite ~creature, corporeal and spiritual, 466 1, 51 | is any entirely spiritual creature, altogether ~incorporeal?~( 467 1, 51 | Spir. Sanct. i, 7): "Every creature is ~limited within its own 468 1, 51 | bodies. ~Therefore, every creature is corporeal. Now angels 469 1, 51 | Now, God ~produces the creature by His intellect and will ( 470 1, 51 | existence of an ~incorporeal creature.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 471 1, 51 | not infinite, for every creature is finite. Therefore the 472 1, 51 | 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: Every creature is simply finite, inasmuch 473 1, 51 | there is nothing against a creature being considered ~relatively 474 1, 52 | the function of a ~living creature, agrees with other sounds 475 1, 55 | does its existence. But no creature's existence is its substance, ~ 476 1, 55 | angel, nor of any other ~creature, is its substance.~Aquin.: 477 1, 55 | of an angel, or of any ~creature, to be its own substance. 478 1, 55 | also the action of any ~creature, is not his existence. For 479 1, 55 | Now the being of every ~creature is restricted to one in 480 1, 55 | Neither in an angel nor in any creature, is the power or ~operative 481 1, 55 | proper power. But in every creature ~the essence differs from 482 1, 55 | nor is the essence of any creature its power of operation.~ 483 1, 55 | the highest intellectual ~creature to be entirely intelligent; 484 1, 56 | knowledge of the ~rational creature, and then in their own nature."~ 485 1, 56 | according to ~which the creature is fashioned, is in the 486 1, 56 | Word of God before the ~creature which is fashioned, so the 487 1, 56 | first in the intellectual creature, and is afterwards the very 488 1, 56 | very fashioning ~of the creature."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 489 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 4: God made every creature proportionate to the universe 490 1, 57 | Hence, for God to add a ~new creature to the universe, means that 491 1, 57 | this cannot accrue to any ~creature from its natural principles, 492 1, 58 | God moves the spiritual creature ~according to time." And 493 1, 58 | is, ~because the rational creature is subject to God only, 494 1, 59 | the ~definition of some creature, "a four-footed flying beast," 495 1, 59 | knowing ~the nature of every creature, the good angels form no 496 1, 59 | angels, while knowing the ~creature, do not adhere to it, for 497 1, 60 | This cannot be said of ~any creature, because infinite goodness 498 1, 60 | angel, nor that ~of any creature, can be the same thing as 499 1, 60 | different powers in every creature. It is not so with God, ~ 500 1, 61 | comprised, because every creature in ~regard to its entire


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