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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 16 | decayed from ~among the children of men."~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 16 | are decayed from among the children ~of men," says: "As from 3 1, 16 | are decayed from among the children of men."~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 49 | power, as in the case of ~children, or by reason only of the 5 1, 51 | and they brought forth children, ~these are the mighty men 6 1, 72 | since in him generation of children has a special relation to 7 1, 72 | in the act of ~begetting children. As to plants, since they 8 1, 50 | power, as in the case of ~children, or by reason only of the 9 1, 52 | and they brought forth children, ~these are the mighty men 10 1, 71 | since in him generation of children has a special relation to 11 1, 71 | in the act of ~begetting children. As to plants, since they 12 1, 84 | from ~that, and therefore "children at first call men fathers, 13 1, 88 | understand ~whether his children come to honor or dishonor."~ 14 1, 88 | living or by ~their own children," as a gloss quotes on the 15 1, 98 | in the state of innocence children would have had full ~powers 16 1, 98 | in the state of innocence children would have had perfect ~ 17 1, 98 | in the state of innocence children would have ~had perfect 18 1, 98 | causes ~affliction. But if children had not full strength in 19 1, 98 | the state of innocence, children would ~not have been deprived 20 1, 98 | the ~state of innocence children would have been begotten 21 1, 98 | principles of human nature that children should not have sufficient ~ 22 1, 98 | humidity of the brain in ~children, that the nerves which are 23 1, 98 | therefore, conclude that children would not have had sufficient ~ 24 1, 98 | weakness which we observe in ~children even as regards those acts 25 1, 99 | man would have begotten children ~sinless; but not heirs 26 1, 99 | by God alone. Therefore children ~would not have been born 27 1, 99 | transmitted from parents, to the children.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[100] A[ 28 1, 99 | he would have begotten children endowed with righteousness ~ 29 1, 99 | for this reason also, the children would have been ~assimilated 30 1, 99 | Reply OBJ 2: Some say that children would have been born, not 31 1, 99 | we must ~conclude that if children were born in original righteousness, 32 1, 99 | in the state of innocence children would have been born confirmed ~ 33 1, 99 | in the state of innocence children would have ~been born confirmed 34 1, 99 | would not have begotten ~"children of hell"; no children would 35 1, 99 | children of hell"; no children would have been born of 36 1, 99 | any more." Therefore the children would have been born ~confirmed 37 1, 99 | he would have begotten ~children like himself. Therefore 38 1, 99 | the state of innocence ~children would have been born confirmed 39 1, 99 | as long as they begot ~children, would not have been confirmed 40 1, 99 | Hence it is clear that children would not have been born ~ 41 1, 99 | would not have begotten ~"children of hell" in the sense that 42 1, 99 | they ~could have become "children of hell." If, however, they 43 1, 99 | however, they did not become ~"children of hell" by falling into 44 1, 100 | in the state of innocence children would have been born with ~ 45 1, 100 | in the state of innocence children would have been born with ~ 46 1, 100 | in the state of innocence children would have ~been born with 47 1, 100 | Adam would have begotten children ~like himself. But Adam 48 1, 100 | Q[94], A[3]). ~Therefore children would have been born of 49 1, 100 | knowledge. Therefore before ~sin children would have had perfect knowledge 50 1, 100 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, children would have been gifted with 51 1, 100 | Therefore the souls of children would have been without ~ 52 1, 100 | the state of innocence, children would not have been born 53 1, 100 | race. Therefore he begot children like ~himself, not in that 54 1, 100 | this would not have been in children from their birth, for they ~ 55 1, 100 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Children would have had sufficient 56 1, 100 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether children would have had perfect use 57 1, 100 | OBJ 1: It would seem that children would have had perfect use 58 1, 100 | reason ~at birth. For that children have not perfect use of 59 1, 100 | which resulted therefrom, children would have had the perfect ~ 60 1, 100 | to the perfect. Therefore children would not have had ~the 61 1, 100 | the use of ~reason. Now children are hindered in the use 62 1, 100 | the state of innocence, ~children would not have had the perfect 63 1, 101 | For the same reason the children would have been born in ~ 64 1, 107 | of Christ saying that the children of the resurrection will ~ 65 1, 112 | to guard themselves, as children and the sick. But man is 66 1, 112 | and instruct them. But children are not capable of instruction 67 1, 112 | not appointed to guard children as soon as they are born.~ 68 1, 113 | his house and with it his children - these were the work of ~ 69 1, 116 | bewitch others, especially children." But this ~would not be 70 1, 116 | and hurtful, especially to children, who ~have a tender and 71 2, 5 | 2:10, "had brought many children into ~glory"; therefore, 72 2, 5 | s merit avails baptized children for the ~gaining of Happiness, 73 2, 6 | Ethic. iii, 2) that "both ~children and irrational animals participate 74 2, 13 | Hom. xxxiii.] says ~that "children and irrational animals act 75 2, 24 | followers of God, as most ~dear children." But "God and the holy 76 2, 32 | exceeding glad that I found thy children walking in ~truth."~Aquin.: 77 2, 32 | take pleasure in their ~children, and in their own works, 78 2, 34 | judgeth all things." But children and dumb animals, in whom ~ 79 2, 34 | to reason. The fact that children and ~dumb animals seek pleasures, 80 2, 34 | some kind of pleasure, even children and dumb animals. ~Therefore 81 2, 68 | alone which divides the ~children of the eternal kingdom from 82 2, 68 | eternal kingdom from the children of eternal damnation. ~Other 83 2, 69 | says (Ethic. i, ~9) that "children are said to be happy because 84 2, 69 | God, and are called "the children ~of God." Nevertheless these 85 2, 69 | like God by being adoptive "children of God," corresponds to 86 2, 75 | they, that ~deceived the children of Israel by the counsel 87 2, 81 | origin. For this reason children are taken to be baptized 88 2, 81 | can be transmitted ~to the children, even though the soul be 89 2, 81 | We . . . were by ~nature children of wrath."~Aquin.: SMT FS 90 2, 81 | of the fathers ~upon the children, unto the third and fourth 91 2, 81 | according to human law, the children of those who are guilty 92 2, 81 | Now a man transmits to his children, by the ~way, of origin, 93 2, 81 | filthier still." Therefore children contract, by the way of 94 2, 81 | transmitted by parents to their children: for a grammarian does not ~ 95 2, 81 | transmitted by parents to their children, unless there ~be a defect 96 2, 81 | are transmitted to the ~children, e.g. fleetness of body, 97 2, 81 | Ep. ad ~Auxilium ccl.], children are never inflicted with 98 2, 81 | Divine or ~human judgment, children receive bodily punishment 99 2, 81 | not ~transmit it to his children.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 100 2, 81 | Adam, had sinned, their children would have ~contracted original 101 2, 81 | Adam, had sinned, their ~children would have contracted original 102 2, 81 | Adam, had sinned, their children would ~have been born liable 103 2, 81 | Adam, ~had sinned, their children would contract original 104 2, 81 | that if Eve had sinned, her children would have contracted ~original 105 2, 81 | transmitted original sin to ~her children, he should have said that 106 2, 81 | sin is transmitted to the children, not by the ~mother, but 107 2, 81 | in the begetting of his ~children: wherefore it has been said ( 108 2, 81 | Adam, had sinned, ~their children would not contract original 109 2, 81 | Adam, had sinned, their ~children would be immune from the 110 2, 81 | it ~is evident that the children would not have been deprived 111 2, 82 | of original sin little ~children have the aptitude of concupiscence 112 2, 87 | everlasting punishment, since children who have died in ~original 113 2, 87 | manner we see that many children, those also who have been 114 2, 87 | them than in the other children who do not suffer such things. 115 2, 87 | born with them, or which ~children suffer from, are the effects 116 2, 87 | of the fathers upon the children, unto the third and fourth ~ 117 2, 87 | according to human justice, children are sometimes punished for 118 2, 87 | would not be said of the children rather than of ~outsiders, 119 2, 87 | It seems, therefore, that children are punished, not for their ~ 120 2, 87 | God ~or by man; e.g. on children for their parents, or on 121 2, 87 | however, that, if the children or the servants take part 122 2, 87 | punishments, in so far as children are the property of ~their 123 2, 87 | to be punished in their children, because the latter are ~ 124 2, 87 | generation, so that both the children can witness their ~parents' 125 2, 87 | the parents can see their ~children's punishments so as to grieve 126 2, 89 | love of his wife or of his children or of his ~possessions insinuates 127 2, 89 | for original sin in the children's ~limbo, where there is 128 2, 91 | different commands to the ~children and to the adults, so also 129 2, 95 | burdens should be not laid on children as ~adults); and should 130 2, 96 | which reason the law for children is not the same as for adults, ~ 131 2, 96 | things are permitted to children, which in an adult are ~ 132 2, 98 | precepts that are ~given to children are perfect in comparison 133 2, 98 | belongeth the ~adoption as of children (of God) . . . and the testament, 134 2, 99 | has an affection; just as ~children are induced to do something, 135 2, 100 | so ~has he also for his children. Moreover the commandment 136 2, 100 | some precepts referring to children and other neighbors.~Aquin.: 137 2, 100 | to be indebted to their children for ~any favors received, 138 2, 100 | and "parents love their children as being a part ~of themselves," 139 2, 100 | precept about loving ~one's children.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 140 2, 100 | 3~Consequently when the children of Israel, by God's command, 141 2, 102 | mayest teach them" to the children of Israel. The rod of Aaron 142 2, 102 | token of the rebellious children of Israel." The manna was 143 2, 102 | conferred by God on the children of ~Israel in the desert; 144 2, 102 | confess the sins ~of the children of Israel on one of the 145 2, 102 | parents, whose love for their children increases as they become 146 2, 102 | older, should withdraw their children ~from circumcision. A second 147 2, 102 | for the multitude of the children of Israel." Or, according 148 2, 102 | from the uncleanness of the children of ~Israel. But the corpses 149 2, 102 | confessing the sins of the children of Israel: as though that ~ 150 2, 102 | offered to the Lord by the ~children of Israel through the hands 151 2, 102 | graven the names of the children of Israel. ~Fourthly, he 152 2, 102 | graven the names of the children of Israel, in token that ~ 153 2, 102 | about to happen to the children of Israel: and this they 154 2, 102 | where it is stated that "the children of Israel . . . eat not ~ 155 2, 102 | good luck in bringing up ~children: also because it was held 156 2, 102 | and for the sake of the children who would be disgraced by 157 2, 103 | the ~uncleanness of the children of Israel, and from their 158 2, 104 | about servants, wives and ~children: this is the fourth part 159 2, 105 | educated, and the Idumeans, the children of Esau, ~Jacob's brother), 160 2, 105 | victory, by sparing women ~and children, and by not cutting down 161 2, 105 | Achior, the captain of the children of Ammon, "was joined to ~ 162 2, 105 | state, even common people or children or old men, ~who are not 163 2, 105 | heathens, those who had many children were marked with special 164 2, 105 | whereas the women and ~children were spared. But in the 165 2, 105 | wife, that she may bear him children. ~Accordingly the mutual 166 2, 105 | Para. 3/3~With regard to children, the Law commanded parents 167 2, 105 | 26, seqq.): ~"When your children shall say to you: What is 168 2, 105 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the children of Israel had been delivered 169 2, 105 | life, it was ordained that children should be born to ~the dead 170 2, 106 | were intent on begetting ~children: and likewise there is a 171 2, 107 | regulating the ~education of children who need to be taught how 172 2, 107 | Law is like a pedagogue of children, as the Apostle says ~(Gal. 173 2, 108 | the New Law, men are made "children of light": ~wherefore it 174 2, 108 | light that you may ~be the children of light." Now it is becoming 175 2, 108 | Now it is becoming that children of the light ~should do 176 2, 108 | the Lord. Walk ~. . . as children of the light." Therefore 177 2, 108 | disciples, being yet as little children under Christ's care, ~needed 178 2, 110 | us into the adoption of children . . . unto the praise of ~ 179 2, 110 | in the Lord. Walk then as children of ~the light." For as the 180 2, 111 | Dan. 1:17: "And to these children ~God gave knowledge and 181 2, 114 | Who hath brought many children into ~glory [to perfect] 182 2, 114 | with regard to ~saving the children, yet their will was not 183 2, 10 | tolerated?~(12) Whether the children of unbelievers are to be 184 2, 10 | faithful who are converted into children of God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 185 2, 10 | the tribute, ~because "the children are free," yet He ordered 186 2, 10 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the children of Jews and other unbelievers 187 2, 10 | It would seem that the children of Jews and of other unbelievers ~ 188 2, 10 | parental authority over children, ~since the right of parental 189 2, 10 | parents' authority over their children: and consequently ~their 190 2, 10 | and consequently ~their children may be baptized against 191 2, 10 | his aid. Since, then, the children of Jews and other unbelievers ~ 192 2, 10 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the children of a bondsman are themselves 193 2, 10 | princes: therefore their children are also. Consequently kings 194 2, 10 | what they will with Jewish children. ~Therefore no injustice 195 2, 10 | is not unjust if Jewish children be taken away from their 196 2, 10 | more therefore, if Jewish children are lost ~through not being 197 2, 10 | injustice to Jews if their children were to be baptized against 198 2, 10 | parental authority over their ~children as soon as these were Christians. 199 2, 10 | the ~Church to baptize the children of the Jews against the 200 2, 10 | this assertion, that the children of Jews ~should be baptized 201 2, 10 | danger ~to the faith. For children baptized before coming to 202 2, 10 | Hence it is said of the children of the fathers of old that 203 2, 10 | the salvation of ~their children, especially before they 204 2, 10 | thee a watchman to ~the children [Vulg.: 'house'] of Israel." 205 2, 10 | sacraments of salvation for the children of unbelievers is the duty ~ 206 2, 10 | of the sacraments their children fail to obtain salvation.~ 207 2, 11 | pronounced against the evil, the children of men commit ~evils without 208 2, 13 | are called (Eph. 2:2) "children of despair" [*'Filios diffidentiae,' ~ 209 2, 13 | the Douay version renders 'children of unbelief.'].~Aquin.: 210 2, 14 | Dan. 1:17) that "to these children" on account of their ~abstinence 211 2, 15 | 12:27) that, when ~their children should ask them, they should 212 2, 15 | thou shalt tell them to thy children" - refer to ~teaching.~Aquin.: 213 2, 18 | they shall be called the children of God," seems ~above all 214 2, 22 | belonging to him, be they children, servants, or connected 215 2, 23 | God." But none save the children of God have ~charity, for 216 2, 23 | which distinguishes "the children of God from the ~children 217 2, 23 | children of God from the ~children of perdition," as Augustine 218 2, 24 | much, we would love his children though they were unfriendly 219 2, 25 | and mother, and wife, end ~children, and brethren, and sisters . . . 220 2, 25 | parents for instance, or our children. Now the friendship of charity 221 2, 25 | provide for his spiritual children whom he ~has begotten spiritually, 222 2, 25 | of charity, to love his children more than his ~father?~Aquin.: 223 2, 25 | of charity, to love his children ~more than his father. For 224 2, 25 | bound to do good to our children than ~to our parents, since 225 2, 25 | 14): "Neither ought the ~children to lay up for the parents, 226 2, 25 | but the parents for the children." ~Therefore a man ought 227 2, 25 | a man ought to love his children more than his parents.~Aquin.: 228 2, 25 | parents naturally love their ~children more than these love them, 229 2, 25 | a man ought to love his children more than his ~parents.~ 230 2, 25 | charity. But ~God loves His children more than they love Him. 231 2, 25 | also ought ~to love our children more than our parents.~Aquin.: 232 2, 25 | then our parents, then our children, and lastly those of ~our 233 2, 25 | his father more than ~his children, because, to wit, he loves 234 2, 25 | him, in which way a man's children are more lovable to him ~ 235 2, 25 | because ~parents love their children as being part of themselves, 236 2, 25 | love of a father for his ~children, is more like a man's love 237 2, 25 | versa. ~Thirdly, because children are nearer to their parents, 238 2, 25 | care. Hence ~the duty of children to their parents consists 239 2, 25 | that of parents to their children is especially one of care.~ 240 2, 25 | man as father to love his children ~more, if we consider them 241 2, 25 | receive honor from his children, and to the children to 242 2, 25 | his children, and to the children to be provided by ~their 243 2, 25 | have greater love for their children. ~For the mother labors 244 2, 25 | than the father who are her children."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 245 2, 25 | should be preferred to wicked children."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 246 2, 25 | and parents love ~their children more than these love them. 247 2, 26 | viii, 8) "entrust their children to a nurse; they do ~love 248 2, 26 | it belongs to the perfect children of God to love ~their enemies, 249 2, 28 | they shall be called the children of God." Therefore ~peace 250 2, 28 | of ourselves, such as our children or our parents, we do not 251 2, 29 | his parents more than his children, ~as stated above (Q[26], 252 2, 29 | more beneficent to ~his children, since "neither ought the 253 2, 29 | since "neither ought the children to lay up for the ~parents," 254 2, 29 | conferring benefits, while the children's love tends to honor their ~ 255 2, 29 | lawful to ~abandon one's children rather than one's parents, 256 2, 30 | support himself and his children, or others under his charge, 257 2, 30 | Further, the subjection of children to their parents is founded ~ 258 2, 30 | Apostle says (Eph. 6:1): "Children, obey your ~parents in the 259 2, 30 | Lord." But, apparently, children may give alms out of ~their 260 2, 30 | OBJ 3: What belongs to the children belongs also to the father: ~ 261 2, 31 | followers of God, as most dear children, ~and walk in love." Now 262 2, 34 | applies to the envy of little children who have not ~the use of 263 2, 43 | He is king over ~all the children of pride."~Aquin.: SMT SS 264 2, 43 | alone that ~divides the children of the eternal kingdom from 265 2, 43 | eternal kingdom from the children of eternal ~perdition." 266 2, 43 | it does not ~divide the children of the kingdom from the 267 2, 43 | of the kingdom from the children of perdition. ~Therefore 268 2, 43 | very reason divides the children of perdition from the ~children 269 2, 43 | children of perdition from the ~children of the kingdom.~Aquin.: 270 2, 43 | Baptized idiots, like little children, have the habit of ~wisdom, 271 2, 43 | they shall be called the children of God." Now both ~these 272 2, 43 | they shall be called the children of God." Now men are called ~ 273 2, 43 | Now men are called ~the children of God in so far as they 274 2, 45 | Lord ~said (Lk. 16:8): "The children of this world are more prudent [ 275 2, 45 | their generation than the children of light." Now the ~children 276 2, 45 | children of light." Now the ~children of this world are sinners. 277 2, 45 | infusion. Wherefore, ~in children who have been baptized but 278 2, 47 | what we saw when we were children. Now ~the reason for the 279 2, 50 | Ghost are most befitting the children of God, who "have received 280 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The children of God are moved by the 281 2, 50 | counsel ~is befitting the children of God in so far as the 282 2, 53 | according to Lk. 16:8, "The children of this ~world are more 283 2, 53 | is learnt at a price by children." Now the above things seem 284 2, 63 | parents to strike their children, or masters ~their slaves?~ 285 2, 63 | parents to strike their children, or ~masters their slaves. 286 2, 63 | fathers, ~provoke not your children to anger"; and further on ( 287 2, 63 | should parents strike ~their children, nor masters their slaves.~ 288 2, 63 | parents to strike their children.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 289 2, 63 | parents to strike their children for the sake ~of correction, 290 2, 63 | forbidden to provoke their ~children to anger, they are not prohibited 291 2, 63 | prohibited from striking their children ~for the purpose of correction, 292 2, 64 | Ex. 12:35,36): "And the children of Israel did as the Lord 293 2, 68 | reason, as in the case of ~children, imbeciles and women, or 294 2, 73 | little of the defects of children and imbeciles: ~and then 295 2, 80 | that "the ~multitude of the children of Israel . . . offered 296 2, 80 | when they recover their children or dear ~friends, whom they 297 2, 81 | living, even their ~own children, are doing." Therefore we 298 2, 81 | they shall be called the children ~of God, let us pray to 299 2, 81 | very fact become the free children of God."~Aquin.: SMT SS 300 2, 84 | Testament the Lord forbade the children of Israel to eat the sacred ~ 301 2, 84 | earth He has given to the children of men."~Aquin.: SMT SS 302 2, 86 | can take vows?~(9) Whether children may be bound by vow to enter 303 2, 86 | If Thou wilt deliver ~the children of Ammon into my hands, 304 2, 86 | invoke My name upon the children of ~Israel, and I will bless 305 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, children are under their parents' 306 2, 86 | their parents' power. Yet children ~may make religious profession 307 2, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether children can bind themselves by vow 308 2, 86 | OBJ 1: It would seem that children cannot bind themselves by 309 2, 86 | But this ~is lacking in children just as in imbeciles and 310 2, 86 | neither, seemingly, can children bind themselves by vow to 311 2, 86 | the year of probation, for children ~to be bound by vow to enter 312 2, 86 | before ~attaining to puberty children can lawfully and validly 313 2, 86 | circumstances concur in children before the age of puberty, 314 2, 86 | argument avails in the case of children who have not ~yet reached 315 2, 86 | himself a wife, of begetting children, of looking after his household, ~ 316 2, 87 | of some personal defect; children, for ~instance, before the 317 2, 87 | reverence. For this reason children before ~the age of puberty 318 2, 90 | offering sacrifices that their children might survive ~[superstites] 319 2, 90 | according to Lk. 16:8, "The ~children of this world are more prudent [ 320 2, 90 | their ~generation than the children of light." It is in this 321 2, 92 | his substance, and his ~children, or his marriage." Thirdly, 322 2, 93 | knows the hearts of the children of ~men." The same would 323 2, 94 | Dan. 1:17) that "to the children" who ~abstained, "God gave 324 2, 94 | The abstinence of these children was not in accordance with ~ 325 2, 99 | 14), "neither ought the ~children to lay up for the parents." 326 2, 99 | Pharisees for ~hindering children from supporting their parents. ~ 327 2, 99 | it is fitting that his children should visit him and see 328 2, 99 | the successors of their children, but children ~of their 329 2, 99 | successors of their children, but children ~of their parents.~Aquin.: 330 2, 99 | and mother, and wife, and ~children, and brethren, and sisters, 331 2, 99 | you ~not; and their own children they have not known. These 332 2, 99 | enter ~religion, because children are not bound to support 333 2, 100 | persons of one's parents, yet children are under a greater obligation, 334 2, 101 | the hope of glory of the children of God": wherefore he refused 335 2, 102 | Apostle says (Col. 3:20): "Children, obey your parents in ~all 336 2, 102 | or the begetting of his children. Wherefore servants are 337 2, 102 | obey their masters, nor children their parents, in the question 338 2, 102 | on Mt. 17:25, "Then the children are free," says: "If in ~ 339 2, 102 | If in ~every kingdom the children of the king who holds sway 340 2, 102 | kingdom ~are free, then the children of that King, under Whose 341 2, 102 | faith in Christ, are made children of God, according to Jn. 342 2, 102 | Wherefore those that are ~made children of God by grace are free 343 2, 105 | should prove ourselves ~His children by imitating Him (Lk. 6: 344 2, 106 | while they were pursuing the children of Israel ~(Ex. 14), and 345 2, 106 | the cockle, ~whereby the children of the wicked one are signified. 346 2, 106 | of the fathers upon the ~children, unto the third and fourth 347 2, 106 | be upon us and upon our children." ~Moreover we read (Josue 348 2, 106 | on the ignorant. Thus the children of the people of ~Sodom, 349 2, 106 | Dathan and Abiron their children ~were swallowed up together 350 2, 106 | punishment of the latter: thus ~children, as to the body, are a belonging 351 2, 106 | either by "imitation," as children copy the sins ~of their 352 2, 106 | of the fathers upon the children unto the third ~and fourth 353 2, 106 | By the judgment of God children are punished in temporal ~ 354 2, 113 | according to Prov. 31:28, "Her children rose up ~and called her 355 2, 119 | they are numbered among the children of God." The saints will ~ 356 2, 122 | in the case of baptized children the merit ~of Christ is 357 2, 122 | that does not believe that children are ~benefited by the baptism 358 2, 130 | followers of God, as most dear children." Now by seeking glory man ~ 359 2, 131 | Fathers, ~provoke not your children to indignation, lest they 360 2, 131 | Fathers, provoke not your children to indignation, lest ~they 361 2, 140 | Dan. 1:17) that "to the children" who took pulse for their 362 2, 140 | converted, and become as little ~children," says that "a child persists 363 2, 140 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, children have none but natural desires. 364 2, 140 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, children should be fostered and nourished: 365 2, 140 | because it is becoming to children, and the Philosopher does 366 2, 140 | denoting what is ~observed in children. It is not in this sense 367 2, 140 | adornment ~of women. And though children do not affect these things 368 2, 140 | nourished and fostered ~in children, but that which pertains 369 2, 142 | greater sense of shame. Hence children and the lower ~animals inspire 370 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, children especially are seemingly 371 2, 145 | said (Lk. 5:34) that "the children of the ~bridegroom cannot 372 2, 145 | Vulg.: 'Can ~you make the children of the bridegroom fast, 373 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In children there is a most evident 374 2, 145 | calamity threatens, even children are commanded to fast, in 375 2, 145 | disciples, who are called children of the bridegroom, were 376 2, 145 | men, for ~they are called "children of the bridegroom"; hence 377 2, 145 | when we read in Luke: ~"The children of the bridegroom cannot 378 2, 145 | read in Mt. 9:15: "The children of the bridegroom cannot 379 2, 145 | mourn [*Vulg.: ~'Can the children of the bridegroom mourn?']." 380 2, 150 | unmarried and Abraham who begot ~children." Now a greater virtue has 381 2, 150 | naught else from marriage but children in ~order to make them servants 382 2, 151 | original ~sin is transmitted to children by concupiscence, without 383 2, 152 | hindering the begetting of children, there is the "vice ~against 384 2, 152 | fornications, and have ~of her children of fornications." Therefore 385 2, 152 | the upbringing of his own children. Secondly, by accession 386 2, 152 | hinders the good ~of another's children. The same applies to the 387 2, 152 | making it uncertain that the ~children are his: "thirdly, she hath 388 2, 152 | adultery, and hath ~gotten children of another man," which is 389 2, 152 | instance between parents and children who are directly and ~immediately 390 2, 152 | related to one another, since children naturally owe their ~parents 391 2, 154 | happens more often that the children of those who are disposed 392 2, 154 | to anger, than that the children of those ~who are disposed 393 2, 162 | often punished in their ~children; or again it is for a remedy 394 2, 162 | these are the begetting of children, and community of ~works 395 2, 162 | regards the begetting of children, ~she was punished in two 396 2, 162 | account of the begetting of children, for ~this would have been 397 2, 166 | just as we do not ~allow children to enjoy absolute freedom 398 2, 176 | Ghost distinguishes the children of the kingdom from ~the 399 2, 176 | of the kingdom from ~the children of perdition," as Augustine 400 2, 182 | 14:20): "In ~malice be children, but in sense be perfect." 401 2, 182 | is a mark of the perfect children of God. Secondly, as to ~ 402 2, 182 | Our Lord shows that the ~children of wisdom understand righteousness 403 2, 184 | control ~of his wife, his children, and his temporalities which 404 2, 184 | the control of wife and children, which is cut away ~by the 405 2, 187 | perpetuity?~(5) Whether children should be received into 406 2, 187 | Behold many of thy brethren, children ~of Abraham, are clothed 407 2, 187 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether children should be received in religion?~ 408 2, 187 | OBJ 1: It would seem that children ought not to be received 409 2, 187 | legal age and ~willing." But children, seemingly, are not of legal 410 2, 187 | repentance does not ~become children. Therefore it seems that 411 2, 187 | like that of an oath. But ~children under the age of fourteen 412 2, 187 | is therefore unlawful for children, ~especially of unripe age, 413 2, 187 | 14): "Suffer the little children, ~and forbid them not to 414 2, 187 | rebuke those ~who offer children and babes to Christ: but 415 2, 187 | stoop to the service of children. We must therefore take 416 2, 187 | were great, and forbid the children to come to Jesus."~Aquin.: 417 2, 187 | tenor]. The same applies to children who have not ~reached the 418 2, 187 | reason that by common custom children are made to apply themselves ~ 419 2, 187 | accordingly it ~is becoming to children, who are easily drawn to 420 2, 187 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even as children are not bound to take oaths ( 421 2, 187 | 5:4): "If any widow have children or grandchildren, let her ~ 422 2, 187 | seemingly much less may children ~enter religion in despite 423 2, 187 | have the care of their ~children. Hence it is unlawful for 424 2, 187 | unlawful for a person having children to enter ~religion so as 425 2, 187 | aside the care for their children, ~namely without providing 426 2, 187 | to be assisted by ~their children, in so far, to wit, as they 427 2, 187 | than by the help ~of their children, these latter may not lawfully 428 2, 187 | stand in great need of their children's ~assistance, the latter 429 2, 187 | thereby making them doubly children of hell, because, to ~wit, 430 3, 2 | 2:3: "We were by nature children of wrath"; and Wis. ~12: 431 3, 4 | delights were to be with the children of men"; and hence ~there 432 3, 8 | He is ~king over all the children of pride." Now it belongs 433 3, 8 | who is king over all the children of pride will be in him." 434 3, 9 | things, Who had brought many children ~unto glory, to perfect 435 3, 11 | receive tribute, of their own children, or of strangers?" On Peter ~ 436 3, 11 | He concluded: "Then the children are free."~Aquin.: SMT TP 437 3, 23 | us ~unto the adoption of children of God." But the predestination 438 3, 24 | us unto the adoption of ~children." But it is not befitting 439 3, 24 | us ~unto the adoption of children through Jesus Christ."~Aquin.: 440 3, 25 | much more cherished by ~his children, as love for one's parents 441 3, 25 | being members of Christ, the children and friends ~of God, and 442 3, 27 | branches." Now the root of the children is their parents. ~Therefore 443 3, 27 | is not transmitted to the children begotten ~of the flesh: 444 3, 27 | Prov. 17:6: "The glory of children are their ~fathers": and 445 3, 27 | consent, whereas in other ~children we have to wait for these 446 3, 27 | Augustine); just as neither do children enjoy the use ~of free will 447 3, 28 | Therefore she had other children ~after Christ. And therefore 448 3, 28 | by Joseph, and bore other children. For, in the first ~place, 449 3, 28 | was so bright "that the children of Israel ~could not steadfastly 450 3, 29 | begetting and upbringing of children: the first of which is attained 451 3, 29 | carnal intercourse, by which children are ~begotten; thus this 452 3, 30 | Gal. 4:19): "My little children, of whom I am in labor again, 453 3, 30 | many ~barren women borne children, that the virginal birth 454 3, 31 | those having died without children, a near relation of his 455 3, 31 | because ~by adoption we become children of God: whereas by carnal 456 3, 31 | of ~the fathers upon the children unto the third and fourth 457 3, 32 | fashioning, are called the children ~of the whole Trinity, and 458 3, 35 | shalt thou bring forth ~children." But Christ was willing 459 3, 35 | shalt thou bring forth children," the following are added: " 460 3, 35 | gather His own [Vulg.: 'the ~children of God'] together in one" ( 461 3, 36 | s ~killing "all the male children that were in Bethlehem . . . 462 3, 36 | 3 Para. 4/4~And that the children were slain by Herod was 463 3, 36 | Herod killed all the male ~children that were in Bethlehem, 464 3, 36 | them," commanded the male ~children to be killed "from two years 465 3, 36 | old, but also the younger ~children, would be, as Augustine 466 3, 37 | life to come," in which the children of God will enjoy "perfect 467 3, 37 | customary among the Jews to name children on the very day ~of circumcision, 468 3, 37 | existence: just as now also children receive their names in ~ 469 3, 37 | openeth the womb among the children of Israel." But Christ came ~ 470 3, 37 | twofold precept touching the ~children born. one was a general 471 3, 38 | do not read that either children or Gentiles were baptized 472 3, 38 | of "penance," for which children were ~not suited; wherefore 473 3, 39 | OBJ 3: Further, while the children of Israel were crossing, 474 3, 39 | the river Jordan that the children of ~Israel entered into 475 3, 40 | Wisdom is justified by her children," saying that this is because ~ 476 3, 41 | the Spirit, ~but all God's children that have the Holy Ghost. 477 3, 41 | miraculously provided the children of Israel with manna in 478 3, 44 | 27:45), "against this the children of this ~world object: How 479 3, 52 | Whether He delivered the children who died in original sin?~( 480 3, 52 | nor ~in the hell of the children, since they are not punished 481 3, 52 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the children who died in original sin 482 3, 52 | It would seem that the children who died in original sin 483 3, 52 | like the holy ~Fathers, the children were kept in hell simply 484 3, 52 | above (A[5]). ~Therefore the children were similarly delivered 485 3, 52 | abounded unto many." But the children who die ~with none but original 486 3, 52 | 6). But through Baptism children are delivered from ~original 487 3, 52 | faith in His blood." But the children who ~had died with only 488 3, 52 | of deliverance. But the children who had died in original 489 3, 52 | hell did not ~deliver the children from thence. And furthermore, 490 3, 52 | everlasting." Therefore, since children dying ~in original sin had 491 3, 52 | same cannot be said of the children, as is evident from ~what 492 3, 52 | which does not apply to children dying in original sin.~Aquin.: 493 3, 52 | consequently by baptism children are ~delivered from original 494 3, 59 | 10: "Who had brought many children into ~glory, to perfect 495 3, 59 | In another way in a man's children, who are so to speak something 496 3, 60 | Decretals (Caus. xxii, qu. 5): "Children who have not ~attained the 497 3, 60 | Thus shall ~you bless the children of Israel, and you shall 498 3, 61 | 3,4) that "when we were ~children we were serving under the 499 3, 61 | come," we are no longer children. ~Therefore it seems that 500 3, 62 | because by Circumcision, children received the ~faculty of


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