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1 1, 1 | of God in which consists eternal bliss. This is a ~sufficient 2 1, 1 | far as it is practical, is eternal bliss; to which as ~to an 3 1, 1 | signify what ~relates to eternal glory, there is the anagogical 4 1, 7 | that "God is ~infinite and eternal, and boundless."~Aquin.: 5 1, 9 | power, since no creature is eternal, but by the divine power ~ 6 1, 10 | eternity?~(2) Whether God is eternal?~(3) Whether to be eternal 7 1, 10 | eternal?~(3) Whether to be eternal belongs to God alone?~(4) 8 1, 10 | first, because what is eternal ~is interminable - that 9 1, 10 | Reply OBJ 2: What is truly eternal, is not only being, but 10 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Whether God is eternal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 11 1, 10 | It seems that God is not eternal. For nothing made can be ~ 12 1, 10 | eternity." Therefore God is not eternal. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 13 1, 10 | 15:18). Therefore to be eternal does not belong to God.~ 14 1, 10 | not belong to Him to be eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 15 1, 10 | Scripture. Therefore God is not eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 16 1, 10 | his Creed: "The Father is eternal, ~the Son is eternal, the 17 1, 10 | is eternal, ~the Son is eternal, the Holy Ghost is eternal."~ 18 1, 10 | eternal, the Holy Ghost is eternal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 19 1, 10 | supremely belongs to Him to be eternal. ~Nor is He eternal only; 20 1, 10 | to be eternal. ~Nor is He eternal only; but He is His own 21 1, 10 | Hence God is not ~called eternal, as if He were in any way 22 1, 10 | Para. 1/1~Whether to be eternal belongs to God alone?~Aquin.: 23 1, 10 | belong to God alone to be eternal. For ~it is written that " 24 1, 10 | Now if God alone were eternal, there could not be many 25 1, 10 | God alone is not the only eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 26 1, 10 | Depart, ye cursed into eternal [Douay: ~'everlasting'] 27 1, 10 | Therefore God is not the only eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 28 1, 10 | every necessary thing is eternal. But there are many ~necessary 29 1, 10 | Therefore God is not the only eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 30 1, 10 | has a beginning, is not eternal. ~Therefore God is the only 31 1, 10 | Therefore God is the only one eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 32 1, 10 | some things are called eternal ~in Scripture because of 33 1, 10 | 5) the hills are called "eternal" and ~we read "of the fruits 34 1, 10 | read "of the fruits of the eternal hills." (Dt. 33:15). Some 35 1, 10 | see God are said to have ~eternal life; according to that 36 1, 10 | according to that text, "This is eternal life, that they ~may know 37 1, 10 | The fire of hell is called eternal, only because it never ~ 38 1, 10 | the true and necessary are eternal, because they are in the ~ 39 1, 10 | because they are in the ~eternal mind, which is the divine 40 1, 10 | that anything beside God is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 41 1, 10 | written (Ecclus. 1:1) that eternal "Wisdom is before age." 42 1, 12 | according to the words: "This is eternal life, that they may ~know 43 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Eternal life consists in the vision 44 1, 12 | according ~to Jn. 17:3: "This is eternal life, that they may know 45 1, 12 | essence of God equally in eternal ~life, all would be equal; 46 1, 12 | according to the incorporeal and eternal ideas; ~which unless they 47 1, 13 | substance is not temporal, but eternal. Therefore these names are ~ 48 1, 14 | the knowledge ~of God is eternal. Therefore if the knowledge 49 1, 14 | seems that creatures are eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 50 1, 14 | Now that things should be eternal was not in ~the knowledge 51 1, 14 | the knowledge of God is eternal, it ~does not follow that 52 1, 14 | follow that creatures are eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 53 1, 14 | not say that the world is eternal, nor that generation and 54 1, 14 | necessary, because it is eternal, and because it is signified ~ 55 1, 15 | the plurality of ideas is eternal. If, then, ideas are many, 56 1, 15 | must be the cause of the eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[15] A[ 57 1, 15 | being formed. Thus they are eternal, and existing ~always in 58 1, 16 | Whether created truth is eternal?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 59 1, 16 | seems that created truth is eternal. For Augustine says (De ~ 60 1, 16 | ii, 8) "Nothing is more eternal than the nature of a circle, ~ 61 1, 16 | Therefore created truth is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 62 1, 16 | that which is always, is eternal. But universals are ~always 63 1, 16 | everywhere; therefore they are eternal. So therefore is truth, ~ 64 1, 16 | Therefore some created truth is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 65 1, 16 | without beginning and end is eternal. But ~the truth of enunciables 66 1, 16 | not. Therefore truth is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 67 1, 16 | the contrary, God alone is eternal, as laid down before (Q[ 68 1, 16 | Hence, if no ~intellect were eternal, no truth would be eternal. 69 1, 16 | eternal, no truth would be eternal. Now because only the ~divine 70 1, 16 | the ~divine intellect is eternal, in it alone truth has eternity. 71 1, 16 | anything else but God is eternal; since the truth ~of the 72 1, 16 | from this that they are eternal, except in an intellect, 73 1, 16 | if one ~exists that is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[16] A[ 74 1, 16 | the first cause is alone eternal. Hence it does not follow 75 1, 16 | Because our intellect is not eternal, neither is the truth ~of 76 1, 16 | which are formed by us, eternal, but it had a ~beginning 77 1, 16 | wherein alone truth is eternal. But it is true now to say 78 1, 18 | of Jn. 18:3, "Now this is eternal life, that they ~may know 79 1, 18 | God is said to be life ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[18] A[ 80 1, 18 | has life ~most perfect and eternal, since His intellect is 81 1, 19 | necessarily. For ~everything eternal is necessary. But whatever 82 1, 20 | Further, the love of God is eternal. But things apart from God ~ 83 1, 20 | him a greater good, life eternal. Therefore God does not 84 1, 20 | greater degree of glory in eternal life. Peter is said to have 85 1, 22 | especially of man as regards his eternal salvation. For in the science 86 1, 22 | whatever is in God, is eternal. But providence is not ~ 87 1, 22 | providence is not ~anything eternal, for it is concerned with 88 1, 22 | existing things that are not ~eternal, according to Damascene ( 89 1, 22 | Of these, the first is ~eternal, and the second is temporal.~ 90 1, 22 | providence of God, since it ~is eternal, pre-exists; and the effect 91 1, 23 | nature; and this end is life eternal, that consists in seeing ~ 92 1, 23 | rational creature, ~capable of eternal life, is led towards it, 93 1, 23 | towards the end of life ~eternal is called predestination. 94 1, 23 | is ~predestined to life eternal from the state of misery 95 1, 23 | predestination is not ~anything eternal. So it must needs be that 96 1, 23 | for whatever is in Him is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 97 1, 23 | of some persons towards eternal salvation, ~existing in 98 1, 23 | as men are ordained to ~eternal life through the providence 99 1, 23 | regard ~to those ordained to eternal salvation, so reprobation 100 1, 23 | particular good - namely, eternal ~life - He is said to hate 101 1, 23 | in the future - namely, ~eternal punishment. But guilt proceeds 102 1, 23 | which ordains ~men towards eternal salvation, is without election.~ 103 1, 23 | predestination of some to eternal ~salvation presupposes, 104 1, 23 | this particular good of eternal salvation; since to love 105 1, 23 | of ~the fallen in that in eternal life he will rejoice at 106 1, 23 | especially those who attain to eternal happiness, ~since they more 107 1, 23 | number for whom is ~reserved eternal happiness [*From the 'secret' 108 1, 23 | to the rest. Since their eternal ~happiness, consisting in 109 1, 23 | the saints. For nothing eternal can be preceded by anything 110 1, 23 | towards making something ~else eternal. But predestination is eternal. 111 1, 23 | eternal. But predestination is eternal. Therefore, since the prayers ~ 112 1, 23 | reprobate would not attain, eternal salvation. But against this ~ 113 1, 24 | chosen by God to possess eternal life. This ~conscription, 114 1, 24 | has predestined some to eternal life, is called ~the book 115 1, 24 | who are to be ~brought to eternal life, according to 2 Tim. 116 1, 24 | to ~have some relation to eternal life, according to their 117 1, 24 | book of life is something eternal and ~immutable. Therefore 118 1, 24 | inscription of those ordained to eternal life, to which one is directed 119 1, 24 | fact becomes fitted for eternal life. ~This direction fails 120 1, 24 | possessing ~grace, to obtain eternal life, yet they fail to obtain 121 1, 24 | are ordained to possess eternal life through ~divine predestination 122 1, 24 | written therein to have eternal life in reality; such ~are 123 1, 24 | however, who are ~ordained to eternal life, not through divine 124 1, 24 | written therein not to have eternal life in ~itself, but in 125 1, 24 | one is first ordained to ~eternal life, and afterwards not 126 1, 24 | to have relation ~towards eternal life through grace; which 127 1, 28 | Further, ideas in God are eternal (Q[15], A[1]); and are only ~ 128 1, 28 | God there are many more eternal relations.~Aquin.: SMT FP 129 1, 28 | several more relations are ~eternal in God than the above named.~ 130 1, 31 | if we said "God alone is eternal," ~because nothing but God 131 1, 31 | because nothing but God is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 132 1, 32 | can say ~that paternity is eternal, or immense, or such like. 133 1, 33 | 1/1~On the contrary, The eternal comes before the temporal. 134 1, 33 | ordained to the ~heritage of eternal glory by the gift of grace 135 1, 36 | of the Holy Ghost is not eternal, which is heretical.~Aquin.: 136 1, 36 | each of the ~operations is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 137 1, 39 | wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," and "immense" ~ 138 1, 39 | one uncreated, immense, eternal ~being," as Athanasius declares.~ 139 1, 39 | those who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it 140 1, 42 | principle. But ~nothing eternal has a principle. Therefore 141 1, 42 | Therefore the Son is not eternal; nor is ~the Holy Ghost.~ 142 1, 43 | 2) Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~(3) In 143 1, 43 | 1/1~Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~Aquin.: 144 1, 43 | seem that mission can be eternal. For Gregory says (Hom. ~ 145 1, 43 | the Son's ~generation is eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~ 146 1, 43 | eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 147 1, 43 | person is not temporal, but eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 148 1, 43 | of the ~divine persons is eternal. Therefore mission is also 149 1, 43 | Therefore mission is also eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 150 1, 43 | Of these some express the eternal term, as "generation" and ~" 151 1, 43 | spiration" are exclusively eternal; whereas ~"procession" and " 152 1, 43 | giving," in God, have both an eternal and a temporal ~signification: 153 1, 43 | say that it includes the eternal procession, ~with the addition 154 1, 43 | to His principle must be eternal. Hence the procession may 155 1, 43 | called a twin procession, eternal and temporal, not that there 156 1, 43 | double term, temporal and eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 157 1, 43 | demonstrated ~Himself and His eternal processions to men by visible 158 1, 45 | the Creator, as it is not eternal; nor is it the creature, 159 1, 46 | therefore, ~since God is eternal, the world also is eternal. 160 1, 46 | eternal, the world also is eternal. But if God is prior by ~ 161 1, 46 | Since ~therefore God is eternal, the world is also eternal.~ 162 1, 46 | eternal, the world is also eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 163 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 10: Further, eternal action postulates an eternal 164 1, 46 | eternal action postulates an eternal effect. But the ~action 165 1, 46 | His substance, which is eternal. Therefore the world is ~ 166 1, 46 | Therefore the world is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 167 1, 46 | Nothing except God can be eternal. And this statement is ~ 168 1, 46 | whether the world is ~eternal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 169 1, 46 | admitted the existence of eternal movable things, but not ~ 170 1, 46 | movable things, but not ~eternal movement, as appears from 171 1, 46 | And although He had ~the eternal will to produce some effect, 172 1, 46 | yet He did not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor is it necessary 173 1, 46 | action. Therefore from the eternal action ~of God an eternal 174 1, 46 | eternal action ~of God an eternal effect did not follow; but 175 1, 46 | Further, if the world was eternal, generation also was eternal. ~ 176 1, 46 | eternal, generation also was eternal. ~Therefore one man was 177 1, 46 | said that the world was eternal, although made by God. For ~ 178 1, 46 | would say that the world was eternal, would say ~that the world 179 1, 46 | might say that the world was eternal, or least ~some creature, 180 1, 61 | essence. But His being is eternal. ~Therefore He produced 181 1, 61 | incorruptible, so is it eternal. Therefore the intellectual ~ 182 1, 61 | incorruptible, but ~likewise eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 183 1, 65 | things which are not seen are eternal." Therefore God did not ~ 184 1, 65 | worketh for us . . . an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: 185 1, 66 | as we mentally apprehend ~eternal things, so far are we not 186 1, 75 | it ~must be the cause of eternal, unchanging movement, as 187 1, 75 | that of an angel - namely, eternal happiness. ~Therefore they 188 1, 75 | proximate and natural end. ~Eternal happiness is the ultimate 189 1, 39 | wise" beings, or three "eternal," "uncreated," and "immense" ~ 190 1, 39 | one uncreated, immense, eternal ~being," as Athanasius declares.~ 191 1, 39 | those who are to possess eternal life. ~Consequently, it 192 1, 42 | principle. But ~nothing eternal has a principle. Therefore 193 1, 42 | Therefore the Son is not eternal; nor is ~the Holy Ghost.~ 194 1, 43 | 2) Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~(3) In 195 1, 43 | 1/1~Whether mission is eternal, or only temporal?~Aquin.: 196 1, 43 | seem that mission can be eternal. For Gregory says (Hom. ~ 197 1, 43 | the Son's ~generation is eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~ 198 1, 43 | eternal. Therefore mission is eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 199 1, 43 | person is not temporal, but eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 200 1, 43 | of the ~divine persons is eternal. Therefore mission is also 201 1, 43 | Therefore mission is also eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 202 1, 43 | Of these some express the eternal term, as "generation" and ~" 203 1, 43 | spiration" are exclusively eternal; whereas ~"procession" and " 204 1, 43 | giving," in God, have both an eternal and a temporal ~signification: 205 1, 43 | say that it includes the eternal procession, ~with the addition 206 1, 43 | to His principle must be eternal. Hence the procession may 207 1, 43 | called a twin procession, eternal and temporal, not that there 208 1, 43 | double term, temporal and eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 209 1, 43 | demonstrated ~Himself and His eternal processions to men by visible 210 1, 46 | the Creator, as it is not eternal; nor is it the creature, 211 1, 47 | therefore, ~since God is eternal, the world also is eternal. 212 1, 47 | eternal, the world also is eternal. But if God is prior by ~ 213 1, 47 | Since ~therefore God is eternal, the world is also eternal.~ 214 1, 47 | eternal, the world is also eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 215 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 10: Further, eternal action postulates an eternal 216 1, 47 | eternal action postulates an eternal effect. But the ~action 217 1, 47 | His substance, which is eternal. Therefore the world is ~ 218 1, 47 | Therefore the world is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 219 1, 47 | Nothing except God can be eternal. And this statement is ~ 220 1, 47 | whether the world is ~eternal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[46] A[ 221 1, 47 | admitted the existence of eternal movable things, but not ~ 222 1, 47 | movable things, but not ~eternal movement, as appears from 223 1, 47 | And although He had ~the eternal will to produce some effect, 224 1, 47 | yet He did not produce an ~eternal effect. Nor is it necessary 225 1, 47 | action. Therefore from the eternal action ~of God an eternal 226 1, 47 | eternal action ~of God an eternal effect did not follow; but 227 1, 47 | Further, if the world was eternal, generation also was eternal. ~ 228 1, 47 | eternal, generation also was eternal. ~Therefore one man was 229 1, 47 | said that the world was eternal, although made by God. For ~ 230 1, 47 | would say that the world was eternal, would say ~that the world 231 1, 47 | might say that the world was eternal, or least ~some creature, 232 1, 62 | essence. But His being is eternal. ~Therefore He produced 233 1, 62 | incorruptible, so is it eternal. Therefore the intellectual ~ 234 1, 62 | incorruptible, but ~likewise eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[61] A[ 235 1, 66 | things which are not seen are eternal." Therefore God did not ~ 236 1, 66 | worketh for us . . . an eternal weight of glory."~Aquin.: 237 1, 67 | as we mentally apprehend ~eternal things, so far are we not 238 1, 74 | it ~must be the cause of eternal, unchanging movement, as 239 1, 74 | that of an angel - namely, eternal happiness. ~Therefore they 240 1, 74 | proximate and natural end. ~Eternal happiness is the ultimate 241 1, 78 | necessary is the same as eternal, and ~temporal the same 242 1, 78 | and consultation of things eternal"; and that what the Philosopher 243 1, 78 | consultation of things eternal": forasmuch as in contemplation 244 1, 78 | Now these two - namely, eternal and temporal - are ~related 245 1, 78 | things to that of things eternal, according to the words 246 1, 78 | by way of judgment, from ~eternal things already known, we 247 1, 78 | according ~to laws of things eternal we dispose of temporal things.~ 248 1, 81 | wisdom bringeth to the ~eternal kingdom." There is also 249 1, 83 | Whether our soul sees in the eternal ideas all that it understands?~( 250 1, 83 | knows material things in the eternal types?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 251 1, 83 | material ~things in the eternal types. For that in which 252 1, 83 | life, does not know the eternal types: for it ~does not 253 1, 83 | not know God in Whom the eternal types exist, but is "united 254 1, 83 | does not know all in the eternal types.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 255 1, 83 | invisible things of God are the eternal types. Therefore the eternal ~ 256 1, 83 | eternal types. Therefore the eternal ~types are known through 257 1, 83 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the eternal types are nothing else but 258 1, 83 | knows ~all things in the eternal types, we come back to the 259 1, 83 | truth is contained in the eternal types. ~Therefore the intellectual 260 1, 83 | knows all true things in the eternal ~types.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 261 1, 83 | know all ~things in the eternal types? we must reply that 262 1, 83 | cannot see all things in the ~eternal types; but the blessed who 263 1, 83 | know all things in the eternal types. Secondly, on thing 264 1, 83 | knows all things in the eternal types, since by ~participation 265 1, 83 | which are contained the eternal types. Whence ~it is written ( 266 1, 83 | to a participation of the eternal types, as the Platonists ~ 267 1, 83 | in time ~according to the eternal types, were they able to 268 1, 83 | they able to see in the eternal ~types, or to find out from 269 1, 83 | things to be known in their ~"eternal types" or in the "unchangeable 270 1, 83 | unchangeable truth," as though the eternal ~types themselves were seen, 271 1, 83 | vision," namely, of the eternal types, "but only those ~ 272 1, 86 | be in ~the light of the eternal types." There is, however, 273 1, 92 | consideration of things eternal." Therefore the image of 274 1, 92 | and the contemplation of ~eternal things, "any third thing 275 1, 94 | now," who are admitted to eternal happiness directly after 276 1, 94 | required grace to obtain eternal life, which is the chief 277 1, 102 | this universe by mandate eternal."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] 278 1, 102 | is in accordance with the eternal design. ~Therefore, if nothing 279 1, 111 | mentally tasting something eternal, are ~not in this world." 280 1, 112 | the hand and guide them to eternal life, encourage ~them to 281 1, 112 | damnation, never attain to eternal life. ~Infidels, also, though 282 1, 112 | result in their deserving eternal life by ~good works, it 283 2, 3 | pleasure. And in this sense ~eternal life is said to be the last 284 2, 3 | from Jn. 17:3: "This ~is eternal life, that they may know 285 2, 3 | said (Jn. 17:3): "This is eternal life: that they may know 286 2, 3 | the only true God." Now eternal life is the last end, ~as 287 2, 5 | was ~equally rewarded with eternal life." Therefore one man 288 2, 5 | dignities of merits in the one eternal life." But ~the dignity 289 2, 5 | life." But ~the dignity of eternal life which is given according 290 2, 5 | the saints. Now what is eternal ceases not. Therefore ~Happiness 291 2, 6 | acts are new, since none is eternal. Consequently, the ~principle 292 2, 15 | and consultation of things eternal," as Augustine says (De ~ 293 2, 15 | consents to an act not for eternal, but for ~temporal reasons, 294 2, 15 | to act, according to the eternal reasons; but also because ~ 295 2, 19 | Whether it depends on the eternal law?~(5) Whether erring 296 2, 19 | the will depends on the eternal law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 297 2, 19 | does not depend ~on the eternal law. Because to one thing 298 2, 19 | does not depend on ~the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 299 2, 19 | Metaph. x, 1). But the eternal law is not homogeneous with 300 2, 19 | human ~will. Therefore the eternal law cannot be the measure 301 2, 19 | be most certain. But the eternal law is ~unknown to us. Therefore 302 2, 19 | word or desire against the eternal law." But malice of the 303 2, 19 | the will depends on the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 304 2, 19 | first. Now it is from ~the eternal law, which is the Divine 305 2, 19 | human will depends on ~the eternal law much more than on human 306 2, 19 | must have recourse to the Eternal Reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 307 2, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the eternal law is unknown to us according 308 2, 19 | as it is derived from the eternal law, as stated above (A[ 309 2, 19 | is not derived from the eternal law. Therefore erring ~reason 310 2, 19 | commandment of God and the eternal law. But the eternal law 311 2, 19 | the eternal law. But the eternal law and God's ~commandment 312 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The eternal law cannot err, but human 313 2, 19 | always in accord with the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] 314 2, 21 | depends principally on the Eternal Law: and consequently its ~ 315 2, 21 | being in disaccord with the Eternal Law. But this ~is the very 316 2, 21 | desire, in opposition to the Eternal Law." ~Therefore a human 317 2, 21 | the supreme rule is the Eternal Law. When, therefore, ~a 318 2, 21 | order of reason and of ~the Eternal Law, then that action is 319 2, 21 | order of reason and of the Eternal Law, is evil, and that ~ 320 2, 21 | accord with reason and the Eternal Law. Hence it ~follows that 321 2, 39 | Whatever merits the reward of eternal life is virtuous. ~But such 322 2, 61 | is the observance of the Eternal Law in His works, as ~Plotinus 323 2, 64 | word, and for the sake of eternal life. But if this be done 324 2, 68 | which is no ~other than eternal life; and another, to know 325 2, 68 | the hope ~and certainty of eternal things"; of which two, hope 326 2, 68 | divides the ~children of the eternal kingdom from the children 327 2, 68 | kingdom from the children of eternal damnation. ~Other gifts 328 2, 69 | will: the reason ~and the eternal law, as stated above (Q[ 329 2, 69 | him in ~relation to the eternal law of the Holy Ghost, as 330 2, 69 | the gifts, if we speak of eternal happiness, for which ~our 331 2, 69 | solid foundation of the eternal ~inheritance, signified 332 2, 69 | kingdom of heaven, which is eternal life, ~contains all good 333 2, 69 | whereby the ~solid reality of eternal goods is denoted. Again, 334 2, 69 | are one in reality, viz. eternal happiness, which the human 335 2, 70 | referred to ~the end which is eternal life, they should rather 336 2, 70 | Further, as the fruit of eternal life is to future beatitude ~ 337 2, 70 | hope. Now the ~fruit of eternal life is identified with 338 2, 70 | Reply OBJ 2: The fruit of eternal life is ultimate and perfect 339 2, 71 | deed, or desire against the eternal law."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 340 2, 71 | produced that work. Now the eternal law is compared to the ~ 341 2, 71 | they are contrary to the eternal law. Hence Augustine says ( 342 2, 71 | desire contrary to ~the eternal law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 343 2, 71 | desire, contrary to the eternal law." Because "Word," ~" 344 2, 71 | a desire contrary to the eternal law," nor was ~there need 345 2, 71 | nothing else than to neglect eternal things, and seek after ~ 346 2, 71 | that it is contrary to the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 347 2, 71 | the first rule, viz. the eternal law, which is God's reason, 348 2, 71 | says, "contrary to the ~eternal law."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[71] 349 2, 71 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The eternal law first and foremost directs 350 2, 71 | says, "contrary to the ~eternal law," he includes aversion 351 2, 71 | contained primarily in the eternal law, but secondarily in 352 2, 71 | being "contrary to the ~eternal law," more fittingly than 353 2, 71 | reason; the more so, as the eternal law directs us in many things 354 2, 72 | due to venial sin, and eternal punishment to mortal sin; 355 2, 72 | mortally and to ~deserve eternal punishment: whereas when 356 2, 74 | contemplating and ~consulting the eternal law," as Augustine states ( 357 2, 74 | is identified ~with the eternal law, (cf. A[8], OBJ[1]; 358 2, 74 | without consulting the eternal law: since man does not ~ 359 2, 74 | actions according ~to the eternal law, so can he regulate 360 2, 74 | which is intent on ~the eternal types. Now when judgment 361 2, 74 | or not it advert to the eternal law. For if it thinks of 362 2, 74 | reason, by considering the eternal law, can ~direct or restrain 363 2, 74 | however, after considering the eternal law, man persists in ~giving 364 2, 74 | which does not ~consider the eternal types, i.e. the eternal 365 2, 74 | eternal types, i.e. the eternal law, and consequently does ~ 366 2, 74 | reason may turn away from the eternal types, for, though it is 367 2, 74 | directing them according to the eternal types.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 368 2, 74 | considering and consulting the eternal law." But mortal sin consists 369 2, 74 | in ~turning away from the eternal law. Therefore it seems 370 2, 74 | deliberate consideration of the eternal ~law, it seems that it cannot 371 2, 74 | contemplating or consulting the eternal law"; it ~contemplates it 372 2, 74 | deliberating through the eternal types, it consents to an 373 2, 74 | is not contrary to the eternal law, in the same way as ~ 374 2, 74 | not turn away from ~the eternal law: wherefore it sins, 375 2, 74 | proper object which is the eternal law, is destroyed; but ~ 376 2, 74 | i.e. as considering the eternal law. For the act of a power 377 2, 74 | the higher reason is the eternal law, in ~respect of which 378 2, 74 | far ~as it consults the eternal law about them, and so it 379 2, 74 | which it again consults ~the eternal law about its own object. 380 2, 74 | other aspect, before the eternal ~law, i.e. the law of God, 381 2, 74 | sin which is against the eternal law, though it be mortal ~ 382 2, 78 | him, but through hope of eternal life, or fear ~of hell, 383 2, 87 | any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~(4) Whether 384 2, 87 | every sin incurs a debt of eternal and infinite punishment?~( 385 2, 87 | any sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~Aquin.: SMT 386 2, 87 | no sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~For a just 387 2, 87 | does not incur a debt of eternal punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 388 2, 87 | Therefore He will not inflict eternal ~punishment on man.~Aquin.: 389 2, 87 | themselves, incur a debt of eternal punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 390 2, 87 | wiser." ~Accordingly the eternal punishments inflicted by 391 2, 87 | every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment?~Aquin.: SMT 392 2, 87 | every sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment. ~Because punishment, 393 2, 87 | proportionate to the ~fault. Now eternal punishment differs infinitely 394 2, 87 | Now a venial sin deserves eternal punishment if it be united 395 2, 87 | venial sin by itself deserves eternal punishment. ~Therefore temporal 396 2, 87 | a sin incurs a debt of eternal ~punishment, in so far as 397 2, 88 | or desire contrary to the eternal law." But the fact of being ~ 398 2, 88 | fact of being ~against the eternal law makes a sin to be mortal. 399 2, 88 | mortal sin incurs a debt of eternal punishment, while ~venial 400 2, 88 | 1/1~On the contrary, An eternal thing can never become temporal. 401 2, 88 | But mortal ~sin deserves eternal punishment, whereas venial 402 2, 91 | 1) Whether there is an eternal law?~(2) Whether there is 403 2, 91 | 1/1~Whether there is an eternal law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] 404 2, 91 | would seem that there is no eternal law. Because every law is ~ 405 2, 91 | eternity. Therefore no law is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 406 2, 91 | Therefore no law can be eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 407 2, 91 | nothing ordained to ~an end is eternal: for the last end alone 408 2, 91 | for the last end alone is eternal. Therefore no law is ~eternal.~ 409 2, 91 | eternal. Therefore no law is ~eternal.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 410 2, 91 | otherwise than unchangeable ~and eternal."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 411 2, 91 | not subject to time but is eternal, ~according to Prov. 8:23, 412 2, 91 | kind of law must be ~called eternal. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] A[ 413 2, 91 | that are." ~Accordingly the eternal concept of the Divine law 414 2, 91 | bears the character of ~an eternal law, in so far as it is 415 2, 91 | writing; and in both ways the eternal law is promulgated: because 416 2, 91 | of the Book of Life are eternal. But the promulgation ~cannot 417 2, 91 | from Himself. Wherefore the eternal law is ~not ordained to 418 2, 91 | governed sufficiently by the eternal law: for Augustine says ( 419 2, 91 | Lib. ~Arb. i) that "the eternal law is that by which it 420 2, 91 | ruled and measured by the eternal law, as was stated above ~( 421 2, 91 | partake somewhat of the eternal ~law, in so far as, namely, 422 2, 91 | Wherefore it has a share ~of the Eternal Reason, whereby it has a 423 2, 91 | this participation of the eternal law in the rational ~creature 424 2, 91 | creature's participation of the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] 425 2, 91 | something ~different from the eternal law: whereas it is nothing 426 2, 91 | in their own way of the ~Eternal Reason, just as the rational 427 2, 91 | the participation of the eternal law in the rational ~creature 428 2, 91 | no ~participation of the eternal law in them, except by way 429 2, 91 | is a participation of the eternal law, as stated above (A[ 430 2, 91 | A[2]). Now ~through the eternal law "all things are most 431 2, 91 | two kinds ~of law, the one eternal, the other temporal, which 432 2, 91 | natural participation of the eternal ~law, according to certain 433 2, 91 | however, ~contained in the eternal law. Hence the need for 434 2, 91 | participation in us of the ~eternal law. But the eternal law 435 2, 91 | the ~eternal law. But the eternal law is a Divine law, as 436 2, 91 | is ordained to an end of eternal happiness ~which is inproportionate 437 2, 91 | By the natural law the eternal law is participated ~proportionately 438 2, 91 | shares more perfectly in the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[91] 439 2, 91 | seems to be more akin to the eternal law, ~which is one, than 440 2, 91 | old; but ~the promise of eternal life belongs to the New 441 2, 93 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE ETERNAL LAW (SIX ARTICLES)~We must 442 2, 93 | law by itself; and (1) The eternal law; (2) ~The natural law; ( 443 2, 93 | inquiry:~(1) What is the eternal law?~(2) Whether it is known 444 2, 93 | things are subject to the eternal law?~(5) Whether natural 445 2, 93 | contingencies are subject to the eternal law?~(6) Whether all human 446 2, 93 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the eternal law is a sovereign type [* 447 2, 93 | It would seem that the eternal law is not a sovereign type ~ 448 2, 93 | God. For there is only one eternal law. But there are many ~ 449 2, 93 | its type." Therefore the ~eternal law does not seem to be 450 2, 93 | Essence. ~Therefore the eternal law is not the same as a 451 2, 93 | above our minds ~is the eternal law. Therefore truth is 452 2, 93 | Therefore truth is the eternal law. But the idea of ~truth 453 2, 93 | of a type. Therefore the eternal law is ~not the same as 454 2, 93 | Lib. Arb. i, 6) that "the eternal ~law is the sovereign type, 455 2, 93 | of law. ~Accordingly the eternal law is nothing else than 456 2, 93 | common thing. Wherefore the eternal law is one since it is the 457 2, 93 | expressed by this Word, the eternal law itself is ~expressed 458 2, 93 | does it follow that the eternal law is a Personal ~name 459 2, 93 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the eternal law is known to all?~Aquin.: 460 2, 93 | It would seem that the eternal law is not known to all. 461 2, 93 | Spirit of God." But the eternal law is a type existing ~ 462 2, 93 | De Lib. Arb. i, 6) "the eternal law ~is that by which it 463 2, 93 | Therefore all do not ~know the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 464 2, 93 | Vera Relig. xxxi) that "the eternal ~law is not subject to the 465 2, 93 | he knows." Therefore the eternal law is ~not known to us.~ 466 2, 93 | that "knowledge of ~the eternal law is imprinted on us."~ 467 2, 93 | then no one can know the eternal law, as it is in itself, 468 2, 93 | and participation of the eternal law, which is the ~unchangeable 469 2, 93 | or less ~cognizant of the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 470 2, 93 | Although each one knows the eternal law according to his ~own 471 2, 93 | that anyone who knows the eternal law in the way aforesaid, 472 2, 93 | thus none ~can judge of the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 473 2, 93 | law is derived from the eternal law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 474 2, 93 | law is derived from the eternal law. ~For there is a law 475 2, 93 | Divine law which is the eternal law, since ~thereunto pertains 476 2, 93 | law is derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 477 2, 93 | can be derived from the eternal law, ~because, as stated 478 2, 93 | above (A[2], OBJ[2]), "the eternal law is that, ~according 479 2, 93 | law is derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 480 2, 93 | Divine providence is the ~eternal law, as stated above (A[ 481 2, 93 | law is ~derived from the eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 482 2, 93 | of Divine Wisdom is the ~eternal law, as stated above (A[ 483 2, 93 | all laws proceed from the ~eternal law.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 484 2, 93 | their hands. Since then the eternal law ~is the plan of government 485 2, 93 | must be derived from the eternal ~law. But these plans of 486 2, 93 | other laws besides the ~eternal law. Therefore all laws, 487 2, 93 | reason, are derived from the eternal law. Hence Augustine says ( 488 2, 93 | what man has drawn from the eternal law."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 489 2, 93 | that it is derived from the eternal law. But in so far as it ~ 490 2, 93 | it is derived from ~the eternal law. But in so far as it 491 2, 93 | power, is derived from the ~eternal law; since all power is 492 2, 93 | under the ordination of the eternal law. It would be different, 493 2, 93 | law to sanction what the eternal law condemns. Consequently 494 2, 93 | is not derived from the eternal law, but that ~it is not 495 2, 93 | 1~Whether necessary and eternal things are subject to the 496 2, 93 | things are subject to the eternal law?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[93] 497 2, 93 | seem that necessary and eternal things are subject to ~the 498 2, 93 | things are subject to ~the eternal law. For whatever is reasonable 499 2, 93 | Divine) reason. But the eternal law is the Divine reason. 500 2, 93 | s will is subject to the eternal law. But God's will is eternal. ~


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