Table of Contents | Words: Alphabetical - Frequency - Inverse - Length - Statistics | Help | IntraText Library
Alphabetical    [«  »]
watchings 8
watchman 2
watchmen 1
water 709
water-fowl 1
waters 289
watery 8
Frequency    [«  »]
713 several
710 forms
710 neighbor
709 water
706 sensible
705 rm
704 sent
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

IntraText - Concordances

water

1-500 | 501-709

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | agent - as heat is caused in water ~by fire. Therefore, if 2 1, 3 | air is air, and a part of water, water), ~nevertheless certain 3 1, 3 | air, and a part of water, water), ~nevertheless certain 4 1, 3 | if the whole volume of ~water is two cubits, no part of 5 1, 11 | instance, every part of water ~is water; and such is the 6 1, 11 | every part of water ~is water; and such is the constitution 7 1, 22 | burning, ~by the action of water. Since then, all particular 8 1, 45 | to reduce the ~matter of water to an act like to itself, 9 1, 45 | the potentiality (of the water) is ~restrained from being 10 1, 49 | of the form of air or of water. Therefore, as the more ~ 11 1, 49 | corruption befall air and water comes from ~the perfection 12 1, 49 | privation of the form of water, but at the bringing in 13 1, 49 | fire causes evil to the ~water, and man, good as to his 14 1, 51 | bodies from the earth or water, or ~they could not suddenly 15 1, 52 | as air with ~regard to water (Phys. iv, text 35,49). 16 1, 66 | thing in act, as fire, air, water, or some intermediate ~substance. 17 1, 66 | the words ~"earth" and "water," in this passage. primary 18 1, 66 | speaking of it, ~calling it not water only, nor earth only, lest 19 1, 66 | it to ~be in very truth water or earth. At the same time 20 1, 66 | susceptible of form, and to water in its ~adaptability to 21 1, 66 | forms, ~since both earth and water are named. That air and 22 1, 66 | evident as that of earth and water, to the ignorant people 23 1, 67 | removed, as heat remains in water removed from the fire. But 24 1, 67 | as when, for instance, water is converted into fire. 25 1, 67 | permanent; as may be seen ~when water which has been heated returns 26 1, 68 | above the firmament. For ~water is heavy by nature, and 27 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, water is fluid by nature, and 28 1, 68 | sphere, ~there cannot be water above it.~Aquin.: SMT FP 29 1, 68 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, water is an element, and appointed 30 1, 68 | above the firmament, so that water would be ~useless there. 31 1, 68 | waters, if we understand by water not the element ~but formless 32 1, 68 | of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in its place ~ 33 1, 68 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Or by the water, as stated, we may understand 34 1, 68 | says (Topic. i, 6): "All ~water is the same species." Water 35 1, 68 | water is the same species." Water therefore cannot be distinct 36 1, 68 | cannot be distinct from water ~by place.~Aquin.: SMT FP 37 1, 68 | antiquity, who taught that water was a body infinite in dimension, 38 1, 68 | mean the ~infinite mass of water, understood as the principle 39 1, 68 | senses, but that a body of water, ~infinite in extent, exists 40 1, 68 | heaven, since they ~took water to be the principle of them 41 1, 68 | their ~senses that earth and water are corporeal, whereas it 42 1, 68 | while he expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~express 43 1, 68 | attendant, so to ~say, upon the water. For it may be understood 44 1, 68 | that over ~the face of the water a transparent body was extended, 45 1, 68 | waters, according as we take water to denote formless matter, 46 1, 68 | which is connected with the water and included under that 47 1, 68 | bodies under the name of water, and ~thus it is evident 48 1, 68 | above the earth ~and the water, for which reason the birds 49 1, 69 | by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not that this formlessness 50 1, 69 | the ~substantial form of water, so as to have such movement, 51 1, 69 | since heaven, earth, and water ~already existed, since 52 1, 69 | light. The formlessness of water, which holds the middle ~ 53 1, 69 | day the intermediate body, water, was formed, receiving from 54 1, 69 | distinction and order (so that water be understood as ~including 55 1, 69 | appearing of the land. For "water," to use Augustine's words, " 56 1, 69 | The second explains the water that covered the earth as 57 1, 69 | according to the nature of water completely to cover the ~ 58 1, 69 | completely surrounds both water and earth; but as ~a necessary 59 1, 70 | namely, the heaven, the water, and the ~earth; and these 60 1, 70 | for they move in air and water, which ~are here taken as 61 1, 71 | that which the power of water suffices to produce. But 62 1, 71 | produce. But the ~power of water does not suffice for the 63 1, 71 | birds are not produced from water only, but ~earth seems to 64 1, 71 | seems to predominate over water in their composition, as 65 1, 71 | birds are produced from ~water.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 66 1, 71 | the work of distinction of water, which is the ~intermediate 67 1, 71 | the power possessed by ~water or earth of producing all 68 1, 71 | resides in the earth and the ~water themselves, as Avicenna 69 1, 71 | things: partly with the water, ~because the lower region 70 1, 71 | birds is ascribed to the water.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 71 1, 71 | the air and those of the water, having something in common ~ 72 1, 72 | intermediate body, namely, the ~water, is adorned, and thus that 73 1, 72 | other animals, by earth or water, but immediately by God.~ 74 1, 74 | elements than earth and water. ~But one day is assigned 75 1, 74 | assigned to the distinction of water, and another to the ~distinction 76 1, 74 | heaven, or highest part, the water, or ~middle part, and the 77 1, 74 | the intermediate part, or water, especially as regards the 78 1, 74 | takes the earth and the water as first ~created, to signify 79 1, 74 | writers take the earth and the water, as first created, to signify 80 1, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the water was created by God, yet 81 1, 74 | formless matter, signified by water, ~even as the love of the 82 1, 74 | said to "move over ~the water" - that is to say, over 83 1, 74 | moved ~over the element of water, "fostering and quickening 84 1, 74 | over her chickens." For water ~has especially a life-giving 85 1, 74 | animals are generated in ~water, and the seed of all animals 86 1, 74 | the soul ~is given by the water of baptism, according to 87 1, 74 | a man be ~born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 88 1, 46 | to reduce the ~matter of water to an act like to itself, 89 1, 46 | the potentiality (of the water) is ~restrained from being 90 1, 50 | of the form of air or of water. Therefore, as the more ~ 91 1, 50 | corruption befall air and water comes from ~the perfection 92 1, 50 | privation of the form of water, but at the bringing in 93 1, 50 | fire causes evil to the ~water, and man, good as to his 94 1, 52 | bodies from the earth or water, or ~they could not suddenly 95 1, 53 | as air with ~regard to water (Phys. iv, text 35,49). 96 1, 67 | thing in act, as fire, air, water, or some intermediate ~substance. 97 1, 67 | the words ~"earth" and "water," in this passage. primary 98 1, 67 | speaking of it, ~calling it not water only, nor earth only, lest 99 1, 67 | it to ~be in very truth water or earth. At the same time 100 1, 67 | susceptible of form, and to water in its ~adaptability to 101 1, 67 | forms, ~since both earth and water are named. That air and 102 1, 67 | evident as that of earth and water, to the ignorant people 103 1, 68 | removed, as heat remains in water removed from the fire. But 104 1, 68 | as when, for instance, water is converted into fire. 105 1, 68 | permanent; as may be seen ~when water which has been heated returns 106 1, 69 | above the firmament. For ~water is heavy by nature, and 107 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, water is fluid by nature, and 108 1, 69 | sphere, ~there cannot be water above it.~Aquin.: SMT FP 109 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, water is an element, and appointed 110 1, 69 | above the firmament, so that water would be ~useless there. 111 1, 69 | waters, if we understand by water not the element ~but formless 112 1, 69 | of the natural gravity of water, it is kept in its place ~ 113 1, 69 | R.O. 1 Para. 2/2~Or by the water, as stated, we may understand 114 1, 69 | says (Topic. i, 6): "All ~water is the same species." Water 115 1, 69 | water is the same species." Water therefore cannot be distinct 116 1, 69 | cannot be distinct from water ~by place.~Aquin.: SMT FP 117 1, 69 | antiquity, who taught that water was a body infinite in dimension, 118 1, 69 | mean the ~infinite mass of water, understood as the principle 119 1, 69 | senses, but that a body of water, ~infinite in extent, exists 120 1, 69 | heaven, since they ~took water to be the principle of them 121 1, 69 | their ~senses that earth and water are corporeal, whereas it 122 1, 69 | while he expressly mentions water and earth, makes no ~express 123 1, 69 | attendant, so to ~say, upon the water. For it may be understood 124 1, 69 | that over ~the face of the water a transparent body was extended, 125 1, 69 | waters, according as we take water to denote formless matter, 126 1, 69 | which is connected with the water and included under that 127 1, 69 | bodies under the name of water, and ~thus it is evident 128 1, 69 | above the earth ~and the water, for which reason the birds 129 1, 70 | by the words "earth" and "water." ~Not that this formlessness 130 1, 70 | the ~substantial form of water, so as to have such movement, 131 1, 70 | since heaven, earth, and water ~already existed, since 132 1, 70 | light. The formlessness of water, which holds the middle ~ 133 1, 70 | day the intermediate body, water, was formed, receiving from 134 1, 70 | distinction and order (so that water be understood as ~including 135 1, 70 | appearing of the land. For "water," to use Augustine's words, " 136 1, 70 | The second explains the water that covered the earth as 137 1, 70 | according to the nature of water completely to cover the ~ 138 1, 70 | completely surrounds both water and earth; but as ~a necessary 139 1, 71 | namely, the heaven, the water, and the ~earth; and these 140 1, 71 | for they move in air and water, which ~are here taken as 141 1, 71 | that which the power of water suffices to produce. But 142 1, 71 | produce. But the ~power of water does not suffice for the 143 1, 71 | birds are not produced from water only, but ~earth seems to 144 1, 71 | seems to predominate over water in their composition, as 145 1, 71 | birds are produced from ~water.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 146 1, 71 | the work of distinction of water, which is the ~intermediate 147 1, 71 | the power possessed by ~water or earth of producing all 148 1, 71 | resides in the earth and the ~water themselves, as Avicenna 149 1, 71 | things: partly with the water, ~because the lower region 150 1, 71 | birds is ascribed to the water.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[71] A[ 151 1, 71 | the air and those of the water, having something in common ~ 152 1, 71 | intermediate body, namely, the ~water, is adorned, and thus that 153 1, 71 | other animals, by earth or water, but immediately by God.~ 154 1, 73 | elements than earth and water. ~But one day is assigned 155 1, 73 | assigned to the distinction of water, and another to the ~distinction 156 1, 73 | heaven, or highest part, the water, or ~middle part, and the 157 1, 73 | the intermediate part, or water, especially as regards the ~ 158 1, 73 | takes the earth and the water as first ~created, to signify 159 1, 73 | writers take the earth and the water, as first created, to signify 160 1, 73 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the water was created by God, yet 161 1, 73 | formless matter, signified by water, ~even as the love of the 162 1, 73 | said to "move over ~the water" - that is to say, over 163 1, 73 | moved ~over the element of water, "fostering and quickening 164 1, 73 | over her chickens." For water ~has especially a life-giving 165 1, 73 | animals are generated in ~water, and the seed of all animals 166 1, 73 | the soul ~is given by the water of baptism, according to 167 1, 73 | a man be ~born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 168 1, 77 | elements preponderate, as water, air, or the like. By others 169 1, 77 | extrinsic and ~is either water or air, or such like. Others 170 1, 78 | proper inclination: as when ~water loses coolness by heating, 171 1, 83 | twice to touch a drop of water in a ~passing torrent," 172 1, 83 | like manner as to air and water. Lastly, ~Empedocles, who 173 1, 90 | are nobler than earth and water, as is ~clear from their 174 1, 90 | earth; because earth and water mingled are ~called slime, 175 1, 90 | the earth are earth, and water binding the ~earth together. 176 1, 91 | flowed - namely, blood and water - on which the Church was ~ 177 1, 96 | specific active power: as water added to wine takes ~at 178 1, 96 | taste of wine, then, as more water is added, the strength of ~ 179 1, 101 | produced, as the fish in the water, and walking animals on 180 1, 103 | has ceased to build; and water remains hot for some time 181 1, 103 | being." This is why hot water retains heat after the cessation 182 1, 103 | to act upon it, because ~water is a matter susceptive of 183 1, 104 | the natural movement of ~water in a downward direction; 184 1, 109 | substantial form of the water, but from the ~influence 185 1, 118 | as when air is made ~from water; or by the change of some 186 1, 118 | body so nourished, just as water is mixed with wine, as ~ 187 1, 118 | wine that transforms the water added to it, is weakened 188 1, 118 | by further ~additions of water, so as to become at length 189 2, 2 | Whosoever drinketh of this water," ~by which temporal goods 190 2, 7 | for that a man by pouring water on someone should happen 191 2, 15 | by the fire, and frozen water is ~hardened by the cold), 192 2, 23 | nature, as fire differs from ~water; secondly, from the point 193 2, 29 | to fire and unbecoming to water: and in ~respect of the 194 2, 30 | Whosever ~drinketh of this water, shall thirst again."~Aquin.: 195 2, 31 | it is natural to this hot water to give heat. ~Consequently 196 2, 31 | the latter, in relation to water. And in this way one pleasure ~ 197 2, 33 | Whosoever drinketh of this ~water, shall thirst again": where, 198 2, 33 | Augustine (Tract. xv in ~Joan.), water denotes pleasures of the 199 2, 35 | intensity of movement: for "hot water freezes quicker and harder," 200 2, 37 | contrary; for instance, hot water is more ~accessible to the 201 2, 48 | present: hence we see that hot water freezes harder, as though ~ 202 2, 52 | neither does every drop of ~water hollow out the stone: but 203 2, 81 | fire heats ~better than hot water does. Now a man transmits 204 2, 83 | fire more than in the hot water. Now the soul is ~infected 205 2, 85 | evidently the case with air, water, flesh and all bodies ~with 206 2, 87 | for which reason "hot ~water freezes more rapidly," as 207 2, 102 | sprinkling of ~believers with the water of Baptism."~Aquin.: SMT 208 2, 102 | Fish through living in water are further removed from 209 2, 102 | as they are taken out of water; hence they could not be 210 2, 102 | earth; purple, signifying water, because the purple tint 211 2, 102 | clothes and their bodies with water (Lev. 16).~Aquin.: SMT FS 212 2, 102 | be cleansed by material ~water or by shaving the hair. 213 2, 102 | to be sprinkled ~with the water of purification, and to 214 2, 102 | by the mere sprinkling of water, or, in the case of ~those 215 2, 102 | the ~vessels or into the water, these became more pleasing 216 2, 102 | sprinkling of a certain water, of ~which water we read 217 2, 102 | certain water, of ~which water we read in Num. 19. For 218 2, 102 | twice dyed," to signify water, for the same reason as 219 2, 102 | which are taken out of the water: thus denoting the ~fact 220 2, 102 | he that ~sprinkled the water" in which the ashes were 221 2, 102 | to be sprinkled with the water on account of this kind 222 2, 102 | since he that sprinkled the water became unclean, so that 223 2, 102 | The ashes were put into water for the ~purpose of expiation, 224 2, 102 | also he that sprinkled the water: either because the Jews 225 2, 102 | ad 5), was put into the water for the purpose ~of sprinkling, 226 2, 102 | be purified by washing in water, and by certain ~sacrifices; 227 2, 102 | the air and swims in the water, signifies those ~who are 228 2, 102 | can stay a long time under water, denotes the glutton ~who 229 2, 102 | from deep places on land or water: it may ~denote those who 230 2, 102 | swims ~like a duck in the water, and walks like a partridge 231 2, 102 | it dips all its food in water: it is a figure ~of a man 232 2, 102 | but what is soaked in ~the water of his own will. The heron [* 233 2, 103 | when she had drunk the water "on ~which" the priest had " 234 2, 109 | by a superadded form, ~as water can only heat when heated 235 2, 109 | befitting its nature, as hot water returns by itself to its 236 2, 112 | Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost he cannot 237 2, 113 | would be miraculous for ~water to be heated, or for a stone 238 2, 113 | nothing save fire can heat water. Hence the justification 239 2, 114 | become in him a fount of water ~springing up into life 240 2, 2 | the higher nature. Thus water by its proper ~movement 241 2, 2 | pit, wherein there is no water"; nor ~was he bound to believe 242 2, 13 | account of the shortage of water and bread; and ~this the 243 2, 24 | lamb hates a ~wolf, and water fire. Therefore charity 244 2, 25 | gravity is greater than in water, because it is becoming 245 2, 25 | to earth to be ~beneath water. Consequently the inclination 246 2, 75 | thy wine is mingled with water": because that which is 247 2, 92 | its parts, heaven, air, water, and to all such ~things: 248 2, 92 | the stars, or the great water, or the sun and the moon, 249 2, 93 | called "geomancy," if in water "hydromancy," if in ~the 250 2, 93 | molten lead poured into water; or by observing ~which 251 2, 93 | dreams that he is in the water or snow: and for ~this reason 252 2, 93 | called, and trial by fire and water, which are called ~"popular" 253 2, 93 | trial by hot iron or boiling water is directed to the ~investigation 254 2, 93 | by hot iron or ~boiling water, and no one must presume, 255 2, 98 | however, lawfully buy the water from the priest, because 256 2, 102 | if ~a stronger force of water intervene. Secondly, through 257 2, 120 | and lead them ~to water?" Therefore it is unfittingly 258 2, 145 | anything . . . nor drink water."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 259 2, 145 | any kind of drink, even of water, after which it is not lawful ~ 260 2, 147 | 23): "Do not still drink ~water, but use a little wine for 261 2, 148 | caused by ~drinking lukewarm water: wherefore this is no sufficient 262 2, 174 | thus our Lord turned the water ~into good wine, as stated 263 2, 186 | places, content to live on ~water and the bread that is brought 264 2, 187 | might a man fear to draw water lest the river run dry. [* 265 3, 2 | we were to put a drop of ~water in a flagon of wine. And 266 3, 13 | obtained from another, as water or ~iron heats, by heat 267 3, 13 | heat ~is not received by water in the perfection and strength 268 3, 15 | as a dart piercing the water." ~Hence there was no true 269 3, 36 | miracles ~before changing the water into wine, according to 270 3, 36 | am I come baptizing with water.' ~Moreover, it was fitting 271 3, 38 | am I come baptizing with water." For he announced Christ 272 3, 38 | sent me to baptize ~with water said to me: 'He upon whom 273 3, 38 | alone was cleansed by the water. Wherefore it is written ~( 274 3, 38 | 3:11): "I baptize you in water; but . . . He shall baptize 275 3, 38 | I indeed baptize you in ~water unto penance." Which words 276 3, 38 | not in the Spirit, but in ~water: because he could not forgive 277 3, 38 | therefore am I come baptizing in water." But when Christ had ~been 278 3, 38 | Whence this virtue in the water, ~that it touches the body 279 3, 38 | character, but was merely "in water," as he says himself (Mt. ~ 280 3, 38 | it be ~given not only in water, but also in the Holy Ghost, 281 3, 38 | Unless a man be born of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 282 3, 38 | baptized with John's baptism in water only, not merely had the 283 3, 38 | baptized wholly anew "in water and the Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 284 3, 38 | Christ was baptized in ~water by John, so had John to 285 3, 39 | old Adam entirely in the water." Thirdly, He wished to 286 3, 39 | not baptized, but only in water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 287 3, 39 | the Spirit, but only "in water"; while ~Christ did not 288 3, 39 | Douay: 'out'] from the water." ~Therefore it seems unfitting 289 3, 39 | Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy ~Ghost, he 290 3, 39 | referred the dividing of the water of the Jordan by Elias, 291 3, 39 | forthwith ~coming up out of the water, saw the heavens opened"; 292 3, 39 | cleansing it by the laver of water in the word of ~life." Therefore 293 3, 40 | manger, and lead them to water?" And farther on (Lk. 14: 294 3, 43 | miracles when He changed water into wine at ~the marriage 295 3, 43 | miracles when He ~changed water into wine at the marriage 296 3, 43 | the miracle of changing water into wine at the marriage 297 3, 43 | am I come baptizing with water,' it is clear that the wonders ~ 298 3, 44 | miracle than when He changed water into wine, for there He ~ 299 3, 44 | OBJ 3: Further, air and water are between heaven and earth. 300 3, 44 | miracles in the air ~and water, such as to divide the sea, 301 3, 44 | But fish, from living in water, are more ~alien from human 302 3, 44 | Himself in the air ~and water: when, to wit, as related 303 3, 46 | dipped his rod into the water, changing it from bitter 304 3, 46 | which Christ changed the water at ~the wedding-feast. And, 305 3, 52 | of the pit, wherein is no water." And (Col. 2:15) it is ~ 306 3, 52 | of the pit wherein is no water," the ~gloss observes: " 307 3, 54 | thirsty earth sucks in the ~water, and the sun's burning ray 308 3, 60 | as ~sprinkling with holy water, the consecration of an 309 3, 60 | he is speaking ~there of water which is a sensible element. 310 3, 60 | a man be born again of ~water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 311 3, 60 | cleansing it by the laver of water in the word of life." And 312 3, 60 | word," etc.: "Whence hath water this so great virtue, to 313 3, 60 | means of certain words. For water may signify both a ~cleansing 314 3, 60 | it is clear that we use ~water in baptism in order to signify 315 3, 60 | effect is signified: thus water ~is most commonly used by 316 3, 60 | signified: and therefore water is employed as the matter 317 3, 62 | Joan.) that the ~baptismal water "touches the body and cleanses 318 3, 62 | soul; for example, ~the water of baptism, in respect of 319 3, 62 | in Joan.): "Whence hath ~water so great power, that it 320 3, 62 | marvel, if we say that water, a corporeal substance, 321 3, 62 | on the Cross there flowed water and blood, the former of 322 3, 63 | cleansed by the sensible water. Nevertheless from a kind 323 3, 64 | interior effect: since ~"water touches the body and cleanses 324 3, 64 | Who sent me to baptize in water, said to me: He upon Whom 325 3, 64 | that a pipe, ~through which water passes, be of silver or 326 3, 64 | instance, washing with water, which is done in baptism, 327 3, 65 | sensible signs, such as Holy Water the ~Consecration of Altars, 328 3, 65 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 6: Holy Water and other consecrated things 329 3, 65 | removing obstacles. thus holy water is ordained ~against the 330 3, 65 | sacramentals, for instance, ~Holy Water and such like. Some, however, 331 3, 65 | a man ~be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 332 3, 66 | sacrament; ~(3) Whether water be the proper matter of 333 3, 66 | sacrament?~(4) Whether plain water be required?~(5) Whether 334 3, 66 | Sacram. ii) that "Baptism is ~water sanctified by God's word 335 3, 66 | the ~washing itself is not water, but a certain use of water.~ 336 3, 66 | water, but a certain use of water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 337 3, 66 | Now, the element is ~the water. Therefore Baptism is the 338 3, 66 | Therefore Baptism is the water and not the washing.~Aquin.: 339 3, 66 | by the sense is both the water ~itself and its use, which 340 3, 66 | some have thought that ~the water itself is the sacrament: 341 3, 66 | Baptism he says it is "water."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 342 3, 66 | sanctification is not completed in ~water; but a certain sanctifying 343 3, 66 | transient, passes from the water, in which it is, into man 344 3, 66 | not ~completed in the very water, but in applying the water 345 3, 66 | water, but in applying the water to man, i.e. in ~the washing. 346 3, 66 | saying that ~"Baptism is water" may be verified in so far 347 3, 66 | be verified in so far as water is the material ~principle 348 3, 66 | a man be born again ~of water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 349 3, 66 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether water is the proper matter of 350 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that water is not the proper matter 351 3, 66 | with fire ~rather than with water: and all the more since 352 3, 66 | many other things besides water are employed in washing, 353 3, 66 | also; ~and consequently water is not the proper matter 354 3, 66 | 62], A[5]). But not only ~water flowed therefrom, but also 355 3, 66 | cannot ~be conferred with any water; and therefore water, as 356 3, 66 | any water; and therefore water, as such, is not the ~proper 357 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, if water, as such, were the proper 358 3, 66 | need to do anything to the water before using it for ~Baptism. 359 3, 66 | But in solemn Baptism the water which is used for baptizing, 360 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that water, as such, is not the ~proper 361 3, 66 | a man be born again of ~water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 362 3, 66 | that, By Divine institution water is the proper matter of ~ 363 3, 66 | answers to the ~nature of water in a special degree; wherefore 364 3, 66 | are moist and akin ~to water. For this reason certain 365 3, 66 | certain philosophers held that water is the ~first principle 366 3, 66 | which the properties ~of water correspond. For by reason 367 3, 66 | dip ~our heads under the water as in a kind of tomb our 368 3, 66 | Rm. 10:17). Consequently water is more suitable, than fire, 369 3, 66 | commonly used for washing, as ~water. Neither do they wash so 370 3, 66 | which is not the case if water ~be used. Moreover, they 371 3, 66 | universal or so abundant as water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 372 3, 66 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Water flowed from Christ's side 373 3, 66 | of the Eucharist, ~while water belongs to the sacrament 374 3, 66 | OBJ 5: The blessing of the water is not essential to Baptism, 375 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Whether plain water is necessary for Baptism?~ 376 3, 66 | OBJ 1: It seems that plain water is not necessary for Baptism. 377 3, 66 | necessary for Baptism. For the ~water which we have is not plain 378 3, 66 | which we have is not plain water; as appears especially in ~ 379 3, 66 | shows (Meteor. ii). Yet this water may be ~used for Baptism. 380 3, 66 | Therefore plain and pure water is not necessary for ~Baptism.~ 381 3, 66 | chrism is poured ~into the water. But this seems to take 382 3, 66 | purity and plainness of ~the water. Therefore pure and plain 383 3, 66 | Therefore pure and plain water is not necessary for Baptism.~ 384 3, 66 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the water that flowed from the side 385 3, 66 | A[3], ad 3). But that ~water, seemingly, was not pure, 386 3, 66 | seems that pure ~or plain water is not necessary for Baptism.~ 387 3, 66 | does not seem to be pure water, for it has the ~properties 388 3, 66 | are contrary to those of water. ~Nevertheless it seems 389 3, 66 | used for Baptism; for the water of ~the Baths can be so 390 3, 66 | Therefore it seems that plain water ~is not necessary for Baptism.~ 391 3, 66 | waters are not pure and plain water, it ~seems that pure and 392 3, 66 | seems that pure and plain water is not necessary for Baptism.~ 393 3, 66 | proper matter of Baptism is water, as stated above ~(A[3]). 394 3, 66 | above ~(A[3]). But plain water alone has the nature of 395 3, 66 | alone has the nature of water. Therefore pure ~plain water 396 3, 66 | water. Therefore pure ~plain water is necessary for Baptism.~ 397 3, 66 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, Water may cease to be pure or 398 3, 66 | cease to be pure or plain water in two ways: ~first, by 399 3, 66 | then, takes place in the water, whether by ~mixture or 400 3, 66 | mixture or by alteration, the water's nature is not changed. 401 3, 66 | changed. Consequently ~such water can be used for Baptism: 402 3, 66 | such a small quantity ~of water be mixed artificially with 403 3, 66 | is something ~other than water; thus mud is earth rather 404 3, 66 | mud is earth rather than water, and diluted wine ~is wine 405 3, 66 | wine ~is wine rather than water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 406 3, 66 | destroys the nature of the ~water; and this is when by a natural 407 3, 66 | when by a natural process water enters into the ~substance 408 3, 66 | substance of a mixed body: thus water changed into the juice of 409 3, 66 | it has not the nature of water. Sometimes, however, ~there 410 3, 66 | a natural change of the water, without destruction of ~ 411 3, 66 | we may see in the case of water ~heated by the sun; and 412 3, 66 | by mixture, as when the water of a river has ~become muddy 413 3, 66 | must therefore say that any water may be used for Baptism, 414 3, 66 | as long as the species of water is not ~destroyed; but if 415 3, 66 | destroyed; but if the species of water be destroyed, it cannot 416 3, 66 | to destroy the species of water. And ~therefore such waters 417 3, 66 | destroy the nature of the water by being ~mixed with it: 418 3, 66 | with it: just as neither is water changed wherein meat and 419 3, 66 | be of a nature foreign to water; in this we may be guided 420 3, 66 | liquor thus thickened plain ~water be strained, it can be used 421 3, 66 | used for Baptism: just as water strained ~from mud, although 422 3, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The water which flowed from the side 423 3, 66 | from plants. It was pure ~water gushing forth miraculously 424 3, 66 | error of the ~Manichees: water, which is one of the four 425 3, 66 | themselves formed from water, and contains a minimum 426 3, 66 | condensation into real water, a result which cannot be 427 3, 66 | Cleansing it by the laver of water in the word ~of life." And 428 3, 66 | a man may be washed with water for several reasons, ~the 429 3, 66 | dip a child ~thrice in the water in the name of the Father, 430 3, 66 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 7: Just as water is used in Baptism, because 431 3, 66 | 1/1~Whether immersion in water is necessary for Baptism?~ 432 3, 66 | seems that immersion in water is necessary for Baptism. ~ 433 3, 66 | Unless a man be born again of water and the ~Holy Ghost," etc.: " 434 3, 66 | dip our heads under the water as in a kind of ~tomb, our 435 3, 66 | equally sufficient to pour water over ~any part of the body. 436 3, 66 | bodies washed with clean water."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 437 3, 66 | the sacrament of Baptism water is put to the use of a ~ 438 3, 66 | washing may be done with water not only by immersion, but 439 3, 66 | will pour upon you clean water," as also the Blessed Lawrence 440 3, 66 | being but a small supply of ~water, or through feebleness of 441 3, 66 | Now bodily washing with water is essential to Baptism: 442 3, 66 | Cleansing it by the ~laver of water in the word of life." But 443 3, 66 | part thereof, is put under water, just as ~Christ's body 444 3, 66 | cannot be ~covered with water, because of the scarcity 445 3, 66 | because of the scarcity of water, or because of some ~other 446 3, 66 | it is necessary to pour water over the head, in which 447 3, 66 | 7], ad 1), washing with water is of ~itself required for 448 3, 66 | Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy ~Ghost, He 449 3, 66 | the ~same sacrament. But water is used for washing in Baptism. 450 3, 66 | matter, ~namely, washing with water, which designates the principal 451 3, 66 | but a ~mere washing with water, without any solemnity, 452 3, 66 | a man be ~born again of water and the Holy Ghost." Therefore 453 3, 66 | Reply OBJ 2: The use of water in Baptism is part of the 454 3, 66 | described - viz. Baptism of ~Water, of Blood, and of the Spirit?~ 455 3, 66 | described as Baptism of Water, of Blood, and of the Spirit, 456 3, 66 | Now none but Baptism of Water is a sacrament. Therefore 457 3, 66 | because there is Baptism of Water, of ~Repentance, and of 458 3, 66 | Q[62], A[5]), Baptism of Water has its ~efficacy from Christ' 459 3, 66 | may, without Baptism of Water, ~receive the sacramental 460 3, 66 | only without Baptism of Water, but also without Baptism 461 3, 66 | included in the Baptism of ~Water, which derives its efficacy, 462 3, 66 | are like the Baptism of Water, not, indeed, ~in the nature 463 3, 66 | saved in the ark [Vulg.: 'by water']," according to 1 Pt. 3: 464 3, 66 | three. For the Baptism of Water impresses a character; which 465 3, 66 | excellent than the Baptism of Water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 466 3, 66 | just as the Baptism of Water derives its efficacy from ~ 467 3, 66 | former is sprinkled with water, after he has confessed; 468 3, 66 | effect of the Baptism of Water. ~Now the Baptism of Water 469 3, 66 | Water. ~Now the Baptism of Water derives its efficacy from 470 3, 66 | Passion acts in the Baptism of Water by way of a ~figurative 471 3, 66 | acts in ~the Baptism of Water through a certain hidden 472 3, 67 | Cleansing it by the laver of water ~in the word of life." Therefore 473 3, 67 | and to bless the baptismal water. But these things cannot 474 3, 67 | obtainable by all, i.e. water; ~and that the minister 475 3, 67 | the spiritual regeneration water seems to hold the ~place 476 3, 67 | sacrament are concerned, any water will suffice, so, on the 477 3, 67 | forthwith came out of the water." Therefore it seems that ~ 478 3, 67 | father, ~while the very water of Baptism takes the place 479 3, 67 | alone can baptize with ~water.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 480 3, 68 | a man be born again of ~water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 481 3, 68 | Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy Ghost, ~he 482 3, 68 | a ~man is born again of water and the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 483 3, 68 | desires to ~be "born again of water and the Holy Ghost" by Baptism, 484 3, 68 | Cleansing ~it by the laver of water in the word of life."~Aquin.: 485 3, 68 | a man be born again of ~water and the Holy Ghost, he cannot 486 3, 68 | in some way washed with water, since Baptism is a ~kind 487 3, 68 | can nowise be washed with water; unless ~perchance it be 488 3, 68 | said that the baptismal water, with which the mother's ~ 489 3, 69 | will pour upon you ~clean water, and you shall be cleansed 490 3, 69 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Water not only cleanses but also 491 3, 69 | OBJ 1: As the baptismal water by its cleansing signifies 492 3, 69 | hath ~brought me up on the water of refreshment," a gloss 493 3, 69 | hath brought me up on the ~water of refreshment," a gloss 494 3, 69 | iii), "no man is born of water and the Holy Ghost unwillingly ~ 495 3, 70 | whereby we are born again of ~water, signified by the Red Sea; 496 3, 70 | frequent use; for instance, water, which is used for washing, 497 3, 70 | infants that for which the water of Baptism ~avails with 498 3, 71 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, Holy water was introduced in order 499 3, 71 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: Holy water is used against the assaults 500 3, 71 | is not repeated; so Holy Water is given as a further ~remedy


1-500 | 501-709

Best viewed with any browser at 800x600 or 768x1024 on Tablet PC
IntraText® (V89) - Some rights reserved by Èulogos SpA - 1996-2007. Content in this page is licensed under a Creative Commons License