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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Law itself is a figure of future glory." Again, ~in the New 2 1, 10 | there is no present, past or future, since ~it is simultaneously 3 1, 10 | denoting present, past and future time are applied to God 4 1, 10 | through present, past and future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[10] A[ 5 1, 10 | for them not to ~be in the future; which is false, since God 6 1, 10 | no difference of past and future, but only as regards accidental ~ 7 1, 10 | existence of an angel ~not future; but He cannot cause him 8 1, 12 | Also they are ~ignorant of future contingent things, and of 9 1, 12 | revelations and foresight of future events are perceived the 10 1, 13 | existence knows not ~past or future, as Augustine says (De Trin. 11 1, 14 | infinite?~(13) Whether He knows future contingent things?~(14) 12 1, 14 | because God knows it as future; but ~because it is future, 13 1, 14 | future; but ~because it is future, it is on that account known 14 1, 14 | things is because ~they are future, this must be understood 15 1, 14 | For if things are ~in the future, it follows that God knows 16 1, 14 | the knowledge of God is of future contingent things?~Aquin.: 17 1, 14 | knowledge of God is not of future contingent ~things. For 18 1, 14 | certain than ours. But no future contingent ~things must 19 1, 14 | Therefore no contingent future thing is known ~by God.~ 20 1, 14 | will. ~Therefore God knows future contingent things.~Aquin.: 21 1, 14 | since some of these are future contingent to us, it follows 22 1, 14 | follows that God ~knows future contingent things.~Aquin.: 23 1, 14 | it is not considered as future, but as present; neither ~ 24 1, 14 | way it is considered ~as future, and as a contingent thing 25 1, 14 | presentiality; yet they are future contingent ~things in relation 26 1, 14 | knew this contingent to ~be future," is not necessary, but 27 1, 14 | imports relation to the future. This however does not ~ 28 1, 14 | has had relation to the future, ~must have had it, although 29 1, 14 | have had it, although the future sometimes does not follow. 30 1, 14 | knew this contingent to be future," contingent is used here ~ 31 1, 14 | certain, forasmuch as we know future contingent ~things as such; 32 1, 14 | is in itself; for what is future contingent ~in itself, cannot 33 1, 14 | is not to be born in the ~future. Therefore God does not 34 1, 16 | present was ~to be in the future. But as the truth of a proposition 35 1, 16 | proposition regarding the ~future. Therefore some created 36 1, 16 | That which now is, was future, before it (actually) was; ~ 37 1, 16 | thing's coming to be was not future. But the first cause is 38 1, 16 | except in so far as its future being was in the ~sempiternal 39 1, 16 | concerning ~present, past, or future. Thus it does not follow, 40 1, 19 | regard to good. ~Whilst as to future time, prohibition is in 41 1, 19 | and the two latter the future; and because the ~former 42 1, 22 | gather how to provide for the future. Now it belongs to ~prudence, 43 1, 23 | present; and of glory in the future. Therefore predestination 44 1, 23 | what is expected in the future life by ~the predestined - 45 1, 23 | what is assigned in the future - namely, ~eternal punishment. 46 1, 39 | are ~the objects of our future glory are the Father, Son 47 1, 46 | and the beginning of the future. Therefore time cannot begin ~ 48 1, 57 | 3) Whether they know the future?~(4) Whether they know secret 49 1, 57 | Whether angels know the future?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 50 1, 57 | seem that the angels know future events. For angels are ~ 51 1, 57 | But some men know many future events. ~Therefore much 52 1, 57 | Further, the present and the future are differences of time. 53 1, 57 | the angel's mind, past and future are not different, but he ~ 54 1, 57 | equally to present, past, and future. Therefore it appears that 55 1, 57 | things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 56 1, 57 | things distant according ~to future time.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 57 1, 57 | the angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~ 58 1, 57 | the ~angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 59 1, 57 | 1/2~I answer that, The future can be known in two ways. 60 1, 57 | in its cause. And thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~ 61 1, 57 | This manner of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, 62 1, 57 | pronounce a surer verdict on the future issue thereof. But ~events 63 1, 57 | Para. 2/2~In another way future events are known in themselves. 64 1, 57 | themselves. To know the future ~in this way belongs to 65 1, 57 | God's eternity; hence the future as it is in itself cannot 66 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things except in their causes, 67 1, 57 | revelation. The angels know the future in the same way, but much ~ 68 1, 57 | things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless the present, 69 1, 57 | nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless the ~present, 70 1, 57 | the ~present, past, and future do not bear the same relations 71 1, 57 | whereas ~this is not true of future things, as has been stated. 72 1, 62 | we look forward to in the future, whereby "we shall ~see 73 1, 64 | cause fear ~while they are future, which cause sorrow when 74 1, 64 | so also ~there is fear of future evil. Now when it is said, " 75 1, 39 | are ~the objects of our future glory are the Father, Son 76 1, 47 | and the beginning of the future. Therefore time cannot begin ~ 77 1, 58 | 3) Whether they know the future?~(4) Whether they know secret 78 1, 58 | Whether angels know the future?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 79 1, 58 | seem that the angels know future events. For angels are ~ 80 1, 58 | But some men know many future events. ~Therefore much 81 1, 58 | Further, the present and the future are differences of time. 82 1, 58 | the angel's mind, past and future are not different, but he ~ 83 1, 58 | equally to present, past, and future. Therefore it appears that 84 1, 58 | things past, present, and future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] A[ 85 1, 58 | things distant according ~to future time.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[57] 86 1, 58 | the angels. But to know future events is the exclusive ~ 87 1, 58 | the ~angels do not know future events.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 88 1, 58 | 1/2~I answer that, The future can be known in two ways. 89 1, 58 | in its cause. And thus, future events which proceed necessarily ~ 90 1, 58 | This manner of knowing future ~events exists in the angels, 91 1, 58 | pronounce a surer verdict on the future issue thereof. But ~events 92 1, 58 | Para. 2/2~In another way future events are known in themselves. 93 1, 58 | themselves. To know the future ~in this way belongs to 94 1, 58 | God's eternity; hence the future as it is in itself cannot 95 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 1: Men cannot know future things except in their causes, 96 1, 58 | revelation. The angels know the future in the same way, but much ~ 97 1, 58 | things present, past, and ~future; nevertheless the present, 98 1, 58 | nevertheless the present, past, and future; nevertheless the ~present, 99 1, 58 | the ~present, past, and future do not bear the same relations 100 1, 58 | whereas ~this is not true of future things, as has been stated. 101 1, 63 | we look forward to in the future, whereby "we shall ~see 102 1, 65 | cause fear ~while they are future, which cause sorrow when 103 1, 65 | so also ~there is fear of future evil. Now when it is said, " 104 1, 78 | in the present, past, or future. But on the part of the 105 1, 78 | in the past, present, or future. In this way, then, the ~ 106 1, 84 | implies past, present, or ~future time. But the intellect 107 1, 85 | things?~(4) Whether it knows future things?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 108 1, 85 | material effects. In the future life this ~defect of intellect 109 1, 85 | our intellect can know the future?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 110 1, 85 | our intellect knows the future. For our ~intellect knows 111 1, 85 | Therefore it can know the future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 112 1, 85 | suspense, can know some ~future things, as in sleep, and 113 1, 85 | own ~nature can know the future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 114 1, 85 | But some animals know the future; thus crows by their frequent ~ 115 1, 85 | the intellect know the ~future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 116 1, 85 | the same distinction to future things, as ~we applied above ( 117 1, 85 | to contingent things. For future things ~considered as subject 118 1, 85 | But the principles of ~future things may be universal; 119 1, 85 | of the knowledge of the future in a general way, we ~must 120 1, 85 | we ~must observe that the future may be known in two ways: 121 1, 85 | itself, ~or in its cause. The future cannot be known in itself 122 1, 85 | the course of events is future, ~forasmuch as from eternity 123 1, 85 | exists in its cause, the future can be known by us ~also. 124 1, 85 | necessary connection ~with its future result, then the future 125 1, 85 | future result, then the future is known with scientific ~ 126 1, 85 | astronomer foresees the future eclipse. If, ~however, the 127 1, 85 | than not, then can the future be known more or less conjecturally, ~ 128 1, 85 | principles; from these the future may be known, ~according 129 1, 85 | nature ~it can know the future; hence when withdrawn from 130 1, 85 | in the knowledge of the ~future. Such an opinion would be 131 1, 85 | senses ~it would know the future.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] A[ 132 1, 85 | for the ~soul to know the future when withdrawn from the 133 1, 85 | rather does it ~know the future by the impression of superior 134 1, 85 | directed to the knowledge of future events; or, by the influence 135 1, 85 | imagination is moved regarding the future known to the ~demons, as 136 1, 85 | heavenly bodies cause many ~future events, the imagination 137 1, 85 | imagination ~images from which the future may be foreseen."~Aquin.: 138 1, 85 | animals' movements some future things, such as rain and 139 1, 88 | of the knowledge of the future which neither ~angels, nor 140 1, 88 | souls, know except so far as future ~things pre-exist in their 141 1, 88 | good would, even in the future life, excel some who are 142 1, 88 | habit of knowledge in the ~future life which a better man 143 1, 88 | soul is ignorant of the future. Therefore it seems that 144 1, 88 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The future, which is distant in time, 145 1, 92 | present life; while in the future life faith will no longer ~ 146 1, 93 | as the thoughts of men, ~future contingent events, and some 147 1, 93 | men's ~thoughts, and of future contingent events, as stated 148 1, 93 | something untrue as regards future ~contingencies, or as regards 149 1, 94 | and love; or which regard future good to be ~had at the proper 150 1, 97 | like an angel." ~But in the future state of the resurrection, 151 1, 101 | tree, so called in ~view of future events; because, after eating 152 1, 104 | whereby we believe in the future ~resurrection.~Aquin.: SMT 153 2, 2 | you think of your fame in future time." Therefore man's ~ 154 2, 4 | necessary for Happiness. For ~future Happiness is frequently 155 2, 6 | time, so ~fear regards a future evil which is repugnant 156 2, 6 | according to present and future time, but also in this, 157 2, 8 | again at times we wish for future things, ~which are not actual 158 2, 8 | reason." In this way, too, future things, in so far as they ~ 159 2, 9 | foretell ~the truth about future human acts, which are caused 160 2, 14 | take consultation about future events; ~which, however, 161 2, 14 | speak of ~consulting about future events, in so far as man 162 2, 14 | through the knowledge of future events.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 163 2, 14 | the ~present precedes the future, it seems that in taking 164 2, 14 | past and present to the future: which is not an ~analytical 165 2, 14 | which is ~intended in the future, and continuing until it 166 2, 25 | a ~present evil, than a future evil. Therefore anger seems 167 2, 25 | to the present and the ~future: for movement regards the 168 2, 25 | for movement regards the future, while rest is in something ~ 169 2, 25 | present ~evil; hope regards future good, and fear, future evil.~ 170 2, 25 | regards future good, and fear, future evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 171 2, 25 | good or evil, present or future, ~they all culminate in 172 2, 25 | the same object, viz. some future good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] 173 2, 25 | tend ~towards something as future. Nor can the argument be 174 2, 30 | movement of the appetite in future good or evil is ~called 175 2, 32 | the ~past, and hope of the future. Therefore memory and hope 176 2, 32 | present ~appraising of a future good, causes pleasure; whereas, 177 2, 35 | refer to both past and future evil: thus repentance is 178 2, 35 | past, and anxiety for the future. Therefore sorrow is quite 179 2, 35 | perceive the present, past and future. ~Consequently sorrow can 180 2, 35 | regard present, past and future: whereas bodily ~pain, which 181 2, 35 | us to the comfort of the future life. Because by the ~mere 182 2, 36 | of desire is something ~future. Therefore desire is not 183 2, 36 | than for the withdrawal of future ~good which we desire to 184 2, 36 | is desired, though really future, is, ~nevertheless, in a 185 2, 36 | the desired good itself is future, yet the hindrance is ~reckoned 186 2, 36 | agent is not present but ~future. But sorrow is for present 187 2, 37 | stronger ~impression than future evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[37] 188 2, 38 | of Divine things and of future Happiness, according ~to 189 2, 40 | cupidity or desire, viz. the ~future good. Therefore hope is 190 2, 40 | possibility of obtaining the future good; on the contrary, whatever 191 2, 40 | acquisition is accidental to a future good, which is ~the object 192 2, 40 | evil. Secondly, that ~it is future; for hope does not regard 193 2, 40 | cupidity, which regards the future good absolutely: wherefore 194 2, 40 | hope, because each ~regards future good; and because the good 195 2, 40 | The object of hope is the future good considered, not ~absolutely, 196 2, 40 | present and of ~something future; of something considered 197 2, 40 | from the apprehension of a future good, difficult but possible 198 2, 40 | Because hope ~is for some future good, as Damascene says ( 199 2, 40 | But ~knowledge of the future is not in the competency 200 2, 40 | and does not extend to the future. ~Therefore there is no 201 2, 40 | the object of hope is a future good, possible of ~attainment. 202 2, 40 | animals do not know the future, yet an animal ~is moved 203 2, 40 | natural instinct to something future, as though it ~foresaw the 204 2, 40 | as though it ~foresaw the future. Because this instinct is 205 2, 40 | Intellect that foresees the future.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 206 2, 40 | Although the thing which is future does not come under the ~ 207 2, 40 | seek or avoid something future.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[40] A[ 208 2, 40 | the object of hope is a future ~good, difficult but possible 209 2, 40 | hope - namely, that it is future, arduous and possible, as 210 2, 40 | For youth has much of the future before it, and little of 211 2, 40 | the past, and hope of the future, ~it has little to remember 212 2, 41 | present, but of something future, as ~Damascene declares ( 213 2, 41 | sense ~apprehends, not the future but the present. Since, 214 2, 41 | Since, then, fear is of ~future evil, it seems that it is 215 2, 41 | evil: because fear ~regards future evil, which is not so strong 216 2, 41 | the evil which is really future, is ~present in the apprehension 217 2, 41 | senses do not apprehend the future: but from ~apprehending 218 2, 41 | instinct to hope ~for a future good, or to fear a future 219 2, 41 | future good, or to fear a future evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[41] 220 2, 41 | the object of hope is ~a future good, difficult but possible 221 2, 41 | the object of fear is ~a future evil, difficult and irresistible. 222 2, 41 | the representation of a future evil which is either ~corruptive 223 2, 41 | Further, fear is of the future, as stated above (AA[1], 224 2, 41 | above (A[2]), fear regards a future evil which ~surpasses the 225 2, 41 | being unforeseen: thus ~future misfortunes are feared, 226 2, 41 | the occasion of fear of future ~reproach or disgrace: and 227 2, 42 | ii, 12) that fear is of ~future evil.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] 228 2, 42 | by ~the "imagination of a future evil which is either corruptive 229 2, 42 | from ~the imagination of future evil," as the Philosopher 230 2, 42 | removes the imagination of the future evil, removes fear also. ~ 231 2, 42 | heed it not." ~Secondly, a future evil is considered as though 232 2, 42 | it be not apprehended as ~future: but if evil of nature, 233 2, 42 | when ~threatening in the future.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 234 2, 42 | the object ~of hope is a future good difficult but possible 235 2, 42 | the object ~of fear is a future evil, arduous and not to 236 2, 42 | present evil, whereas fear is future evil. Secondly, because 237 2, 42 | Further, fear is about the future. But fear is present to 238 2, 42 | present fear may have a future fear for its object.~Aquin.: 239 2, 42 | 30); so, too, fear of a future evil is diminished by thinking 240 2, 42 | twofold. One, by which a future evil ~is warded off from 241 2, 43 | which causes fear of a ~future evil, is less than the defect 242 2, 44 | deliberating about the future. But a certain fear "drives 243 2, 45 | fear turns away from the ~future hurt, on account of its 244 2, 46 | any kind of craving for ~a future good, without discriminating 245 2, 57 | present, and foresight of the future." Moreover, Macrobius (Super 246 2, 59 | good, while desire is for a future good. Now the enjoyment 247 2, 65 | consists in looking to ~God for future bliss. This act is perfect, 248 2, 65 | without charity. But to expect future ~bliss through merits which 249 2, 65 | proposes to ~acquire at some future time, will be an imperfect 250 2, 65 | whereby we look to ~gain future bliss through merits which 251 2, 65 | having faith, or hope in future bliss. ~Therefore charity 252 2, 65 | will be perfected in the future life, by glory; ~each of 253 2, 66 | beginning or participation of future happiness, so that wisdom 254 2, 67 | after this ~life. For in the future state of glory men will 255 2, 67 | four virtues remain in the future life, but after a different ~ 256 2, 67 | virtues do not remain in the ~future life, as regards their material 257 2, 67 | material element. For in the future life ~there will be no concupiscences 258 2, 67 | Further, just as hope is of future good, so is desire. Now 259 2, 67 | Blessed there is desire for future good; both for the glory 260 2, 67 | the notion of something future remains there, which ~is 261 2, 67 | there is ~neither past nor future, but only the present. And 262 2, 67 | far as any expectation of future evil is ~called fear.~Aquin.: 263 2, 67 | desire looks for something future, for the reason ~already 264 2, 68 | something that remains in the ~future state. For he says that " 265 2, 68 | is necessary even in the future state. Of fortitude he ~ 266 2, 68 | which remains also in the future life. With regard to knowledge 267 2, 68 | knowledge, which ~belongs to the future state. Of piety he says 268 2, 68 | heart," belongs also to the future state, when piety will ~ 269 2, 68 | the meat of ~hope for the future," which also belongs to 270 2, 68 | but may also refer to the future state, as regards being ~" 271 2, 69 | Now the object of hope is future ~happiness. Therefore these 272 2, 69 | Again, it is only in ~the future life that we shall see God, 273 2, 69 | these rewards refer to the future life.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[69] 274 2, 69 | says that some refer to the future, and some ~to the present 275 2, 69 | must take note that hope of future ~happiness may be in us 276 2, 69 | for, or a disposition to future happiness; and this is by 277 2, 69 | imperfect inchoation of future happiness ~in holy men, 278 2, 69 | happiness, so as to refer to the future life, or some ~beginning 279 2, 69 | Reply OBJ 1: Hope regards future happiness as the last end: 280 2, 69 | in different relations to future ~beatitude, by hoping for 281 2, 69 | reason, is an obstacle to future ~beatitude; while happiness 282 2, 69 | life is a disposition of future ~beatitude; and contemplative 283 2, 69 | is the very essence ~of future beatitude, and, if imperfect, 284 2, 70 | fruit of eternal life is to future beatitude ~which is that 285 2, 70 | life is identified with future beatitude. Therefore the ~ 286 2, 70 | hence it nowise differs from future beatitude. On the other 287 2, 87 | remedies or ~medicines against future sins, in order that either 288 2, 90 | law extends even to the future, ~since "laws are binding 289 2, 90 | binding in matters of the future," as the jurists say ~(Cod. 290 2, 90 | takes place now, extends to future ~time by reason of the durability 291 2, 95 | judge in the abstract and of future events; whereas ~those who 292 2, 97 | we can provide for the ~future. Now unless human laws had 293 2, 100 | earth," etc. And of all future blessings, the chief and 294 2, 100 | life, by grace, or, in ~the future life, by glory; which repose 295 2, 100 | Egypt, and as a sign of the future Passion of Christ, which 296 2, 101 | 2/3~For in the state of future bliss, the human intellect 297 2, 101 | figurative not only of the future ~truth to be manifested 298 2, 101 | foreshadowed as something future, but to be brought to our 299 2, 102 | sense; or to the state ~of future glory, in as much as we 300 2, 102 | signifies the state of future life which is altogether ~ 301 2, 102 | be far removed from the future state. Or else the ~tabernacle 302 2, 103 | goods are a thing of the future, but the Divine favors ~ 303 2, 103 | where the verbs are in the future ~tense: whereas we express 304 2, 106 | not teach them about all future events: for ~this did not 305 2, 107 | since what ~they believed as future, we believe as fact.~Aquin.: 306 2, 107 | Thus ~the promise of a future gift holds no longer when 307 2, 108 | of the present, but of a future time: wherefore He says ( 308 2, 111 | know, and these are ~either future contingents - and thus there 309 2, 114 | himself restoration after a future ~fall, either condignly 310 2, 1 | ancients believed in the future birth of Christ, and ~many 311 2, 1 | the darkness of past and future errors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 312 2, 2 | no foreknowledge of his future sin. He does, ~however, 313 2, 2 | thus saying about the future, ~not about the past. Likewise 314 2, 2 | was ~ignorant of Christ's future Passion, for he had already 315 2, 2 | world," thus foretelling His future immolation; and since ~other 316 2, 4 | This difference of past and future arises, not from any ~difference 317 2, 10 | to the Jews, that for the future, ~none are to be compelled 318 2, 12 | account of the fear of ~future punishment. But the damned 319 2, 12 | it will also be in ~their future state.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 320 2, 13 | while ~obstinacy regards future sins. Now past and future 321 2, 13 | future sins. Now past and future time do not diversify ~the 322 2, 13 | in respect of ~past and future time, but also in respect 323 2, 16 | the object of hope ~is a future good, difficult but possible 324 2, 16 | come." Now expectation of future happiness belongs to hope, 325 2, 16 | the object ~of hope is a future good, arduous but possible 326 2, 17 | so far as it is something future, it follows that when happiness 327 2, 17 | happiness is no ~longer future, but present, it is incompatible 328 2, 17 | respect of present, past and future. Hence the blessed ~do not 329 2, 17 | regards this ~there is no future), but are in actual possession 330 2, 17 | Therefore they will hope in the future life also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 331 2, 17 | blessed apprehend it as ~a future good. Consequently there 332 2, 17 | apprehend happiness as ~a future possible thing.~Aquin.: 333 2, 17 | good, past, present, or future, one's own or another's; ~ 334 2, 17 | only about good things, future and concerning oneself." ~ 335 2, 17 | Divine goods are not for them future possible things, but ~far 336 2, 17 | the certain expectation of future happiness," ~as the Master 337 2, 18 | the object of fear ~is a future evil, as stated above (FS, 338 2, 18 | objects, one of which is the future ~good itself, that one expects 339 2, 18 | and ever is to be in the future life, it will not be a fear 340 2, 19 | effect. Now despair of the ~future life arises from lust, according 341 2, 23 | is not ~in this, but in a future life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] 342 2, 24 | past ~good, and the hope of future good, all of which are sources 343 2, 24 | there, present, past and future, is evil and horrible; nor 344 2, 28 | suffer something in the future, so that while they are 345 2, 30 | ourselves either now or in some ~future time. Therefore it seems 346 2, 30 | may possibly occur in the future, for this would ~be to think 347 2, 45 | obtain knowledge of the future from knowledge of the ~present 348 2, 47 | whereas prudence regards future ~matters of action, about 349 2, 47 | argue, as it were, about the future from ~the past; wherefore 350 2, 47 | take good ~counsel for the future.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[49] A[ 351 2, 47 | Para. 2/2~Consequently, future contingents, in so far as 352 2, 51 | shrewdness" in ~considering the future outcome, "reasoning" which 353 2, 53 | Of solicitude about the future;~(8) Of the origin of these 354 2, 53 | be solicitous about the future?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 355 2, 53 | be solicitous about the future. For ~it is written (Prov. 356 2, 53 | be solicitous about the future. Therefore ~solicitude about 357 2, 53 | Therefore ~solicitude about the future is praiseworthy.~Aquin.: 358 2, 53 | prudence is chiefly ~about the future, since its principal part 359 2, 53 | principal part is "foresight of future ~things," as stated above ( 360 2, 53 | be solicitous about the future.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 361 2, 53 | is solicitous about the future. Now we read (Jn. 12:6) 362 2, 53 | be solicitous about the ~future.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 363 2, 53 | tomorrow" stands for the future, as Jerome says in his ~ 364 2, 53 | solicitude belonging ~to a future time. Hence Our Lord forbids 365 2, 53 | 2: Due foresight of the future belongs to prudence. But 366 2, 53 | or solicitude about the future, if a man ~were to seek 367 2, 53 | which the terms "past" and "future" ~apply, as ends, or if 368 2, 53 | livelihood in view of ~the future on account of a threatened 369 2, 62 | whether one will at ~some future time consent to a sin, since 370 2, 69 | bound ~to provide for the future needs of others, and it 371 2, 71 | members and slay the souls of future believers ~are more guilty 372 2, 75 | to be of less ~value at a future time, on account of the 373 2, 76 | to lend in return at some future ~time is repugnant to such 374 2, 76 | grant him a loan at some future time.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] 375 2, 78 | 53), present, ~past and future things are told without 376 2, 81 | prophets "to foretell ~the future under the veil of an imprecation," 377 2, 81 | efficacy in respect of ~a future effect, namely, efficacy 378 2, 81 | while the others regard ~the future. But the past precedes the 379 2, 81 | But the past precedes the future. Therefore thanksgivings 380 2, 81 | diverse the past precedes the future; ~but the one and same thing 381 2, 81 | the one and same thing is future before it is past. Hence ~ 382 2, 84 | to be delivered at some future ~time. Thirdly, on account 383 2, 84 | properly speaking signs of ~the future, and consequently they ceased 384 2, 85 | useful in foreshadowing the future, was not to be omitted." 385 2, 85 | foreshadowed ~something in the future, even as everything else 386 2, 85 | they might be signs of the future. ~Hence the precept about 387 2, 85 | foreshadowed something in the ~future. For ten is, in a way, the 388 2, 86 | condition to be fulfilled in the future. Therefore a vow is ~not 389 2, 86 | first assure him of the future fulfilment of that service: 390 2, 86 | as to the power, since in future he cannot ~do something 391 2, 87 | he can know neither the future, nor ~secret thoughts, nor 392 2, 87 | confirmation of something future, and this is termed a "promissory 393 2, 87 | will bear witness at some ~future time, when He "will bring 394 2, 87 | makes an assertion about the future his assertion is true, though 395 2, 87 | oath, which is about the future or the ~present, should 396 2, 87 | to be done by us in the future. Yet there is a difference: ~ 397 2, 87 | oath, which is about the ~future. Now no one can dispense 398 2, 87 | promised by oath to do in the future.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 399 2, 87 | promissory oath is something ~future, which admits of change, 400 2, 93 | inclination seek to ~foreknow future events; and this belongs 401 2, 93 | denotes a foretelling of the future. The ~future may be foreknown 402 2, 93 | foretelling of the future. The ~future may be foreknown in two 403 2, 93 | itself. Now the causes of the future are threefold: for some 404 2, 93 | and always; and such like future effects can ~be foreknown 405 2, 93 | from such like causes their future effects can be ~foreknown, 406 2, 93 | in His ~eternity sees the future as though it were present, 407 2, 93 | foreknow or foretell ~such like future things by any means whatever, 408 2, 93 | fraud they ~forecast the future to men."~Aquin.: SMT SS 409 2, 93 | knows other contingent ~future things, through divine revelation: 410 2, 93 | manner, the foretelling of future events: and this is manifestly 411 2, 93 | for the foreknowledge of future ~events that occur of necessity 412 2, 93 | the knowledge of ~other future events, but only vain inventions 413 2, 93 | inclination to know the future by human ~means, but not 414 2, 93 | expressly ~invoked that the future may be made known, or because 415 2, 93 | futile searchings of the future, in order to entangle ~men' 416 2, 93 | to seek knowledge of the future, when one tries to get it 417 2, 93 | is foreknowledge of the future; but it is a kind of ~superstition 418 2, 93 | for ~the foreknowledge of future events in temporal matters. 419 2, 93 | consultations about the future in connection with religious 420 2, 93 | foretold many things about future events.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 421 2, 93 | foretold many things about future events.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 422 2, 93 | demons in order to know the future. Therefore there are not 423 2, 93 | the foretelling of the future. Therefore all ~divinations 424 2, 93 | the foreknowledge of the future is derived. Therefore there 425 2, 93 | acquire ~foreknowledge of future events, by means of some 426 2, 93 | order to foretell certain future things ~unknown to men, 427 2, 93 | are wont ~to foretell the future in many ways. Sometimes 428 2, 93 | in order to foretell the ~future: and this species is called " 429 2, 93 | Sometimes they foretell the future through living men, ~as 430 2, 93 | Sometimes they ~foretell the future by means of shapes or signs 431 2, 93 | obtain ~knowledge of the future, we take observations in 432 2, 93 | one endeavor to know the future by observing the ~position 433 2, 93 | twist so as to apply to the future that he ~wishes to foreknow, 434 2, 93 | OBJ 2: Knowledge of the future or of the occult is the 435 2, 93 | is a means whereby some ~future events may be known beforehand. 436 2, 93 | desires to foreknow the future that cannot be forecast 437 2, 93 | astrologers forecast a ~future eclipse.~Aquin.: SMT SS 438 2, 93 | to the foreknowledge of future events acquired by ~observing 439 2, 93 | bodies are the effect of ~future events; nor again can they 440 2, 93 | appointment of the occurrence of future ~contingencies, because 441 2, 93 | acquire ~foreknowledge of the future from an observation of the 442 2, 93 | foreknow ~casual or fortuitous future events, or to know with 443 2, 93 | or to know with certitude future ~human actions, his conduct 444 2, 93 | order to foreknow those future ~things that are caused 445 2, 93 | are significative of the ~future. Therefore it is useless 446 2, 93 | matter of foreknowing the future from ~dreams. Now dreams 447 2, 93 | are sometimes the cause of future occurrences; for ~instance, 448 2, 93 | sometimes dreams are signs of future happenings, in so far as 449 2, 93 | cause of both dreams and future occurrences, and ~in this 450 2, 93 | occurrences, and ~in this way the future is frequently known from 451 2, 93 | it can be the cause of ~future occurrences, or be cognizant 452 2, 93 | dreams is not a cause of future occurrences, ~so that dreams 453 2, 93 | related accidentally to future ~occurrences, and if at 454 2, 93 | at times, reveal certain future things to ~those who have 455 2, 93 | the foreknowledge of the future, so long as those ~dreams 456 2, 93 | certain things regarding future ~occurrences of the seasons, 457 2, 93 | knowledge in order to know the future, and this is divination 458 2, 93 | manifestly not the ~cause of future events: wherefore the future 459 2, 93 | future events: wherefore the future cannot be known therefrom 460 2, 93 | therefore that if anything future can be known ~from them, 461 2, 93 | are also ~the causes of future occurrences or are cognizant 462 2, 93 | from ~being signs of the future, in so far as they are conformed 463 2, 93 | surrounding air, to which ~certain future events are due. Yet in this 464 2, 93 | to the ~foreknowledge of future things other than those 465 2, 94 | the demons concerning the future is because they have ~no 466 2, 94 | To seek knowledge of the future from the demons is a sin ~ 467 2, 94 | they are ignorant of the future, but also on account of ~ 468 2, 94 | to fear superstitiously a future evil rather than to regret 469 2, 94 | causes but as ~signs of future events, good or evil. Nor 470 2, 94 | to consider a presage of future events as ~proceeding from 471 2, 94 | so as to be signs of the ~future. Hence the argument does 472 2, 95 | punishment was reserved in the future for that sin, for it is 473 2, 96 | promissory oath extends to future, just as a ~declaratory 474 2, 96 | oath may be removed by some future occurrence: thus a state 475 2, 96 | that may be ~made in the future, unless he intends to bind 476 2, 96 | himself to keep all, past ~and future. Nevertheless he is bound 477 2, 106 | eternal death, as ~regards future retribution, which is in 478 2, 106 | but also preserving from future ~sin, or conducing to some 479 2, 106 | neither in this nor in the future life, because in the latter 480 2, 106 | forthwith, but waits for some future ~time, in order that the 481 2, 120 | as they are directed to a future ~reward, as stated above ( 482 2, 120 | which regard ~chiefly the future reward, some, who are dutiful 483 2, 121 | oneself therefrom ~for the future, which seems to come under 484 2, 121 | the present than by the future. Thirdly, because endurance 485 2, 121 | so as to encounter ~the future by his forethought, lest 486 2, 121 | possible to be prepared for the future in the case of sudden occurrences. ~ 487 2, 121 | hope looks forward to the future, which is ~inconsistent 488 2, 122 | to believe in Christ's ~future sufferings, but you had 489 2, 127 | and ~participation of, future happiness, as stated above ( 490 2, 134 | good against the fear of future dangers, but also in not 491 2, 151 | abhorrence or despair of ~a future world." For mental blindness, 492 2, 151 | hand there is "despair of a future world," ~because through 493 2, 152 | disadvantageous to the future child.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 494 2, 152 | hinders the good of the future ~child, is a mortal sin 495 2, 152 | prejudicial to the good of the future child's begetting and upbringing. ~ 496 2, 152 | only with prejudice to the ~future offspring, but also so as 497 2, 162 | since God foreknows all future events, Divine providence 498 2, 163 | God, Who foreknows the future, knew that through the ~ 499 2, 165 | those who seek to know the future through the demons. ~This 500 2, 169 | revelation ~extends not only to future events relating to man,


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