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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | handmaidens of this one: "Wisdom sent her maids to invite to the 2 1, 13 | to them, HE WHO IS hath sent me to you" (Ex. ~3:13,14). 3 1, 22 | master, who has purposely sent to meet at the one place, 4 1, 30 | answer that, The Master (Sent. i, D, 24) considers that 5 1, 30 | negation only, as stated (Sent. i, D, 24); ~in which respect 6 1, 30 | respect the Master was right (Sent. i, D, 24). So when we say, ~ 7 1, 39 | Ghost, and the Holy Ghost sent me to you," so also he could 8 1, 39 | Son, and the Holy Ghost sent ~me to you," pointing out 9 1, 40 | Master of the Sentences says (Sent. i, D, xxvii) that ~"the 10 1, 41 | paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, D, xxvi). To see this, 11 1, 41 | the Sentences explains (Sent. i, D, v), this ~denotes 12 1, 41 | essence as the Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), and ~not the 13 1, 42 | reason the Master says (Sent. ~i, D, xxxi) that in these " 14 1, 43 | for a divine person to be sent?~(2) Whether mission is 15 1, 43 | divine person is invisibly sent?~(4) Whether it is fitting 16 1, 43 | fitting that each person be sent?~(5) Whether both the Son 17 1, 43 | Holy Ghost are invisibly sent?~(6) To whom the invisible 18 1, 43 | divine person can be properly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 19 1, 43 | person cannot be properly sent. For ~one who is sent is 20 1, 43 | properly sent. For ~one who is sent is less than the sender. 21 1, 43 | Therefore one person is not sent by another.~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, what is sent is separated from the sender; 23 1, 43 | tied in one body ~cannot be sent." But in the divine persons 24 1, 43 | Therefore one person is not ~sent by another.~Aquin.: SMT 25 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever is sent, departs from one place 26 1, 43 | for a divine person to be sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 27 1, 43 | but I and the ~Father that sent Me."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 28 1, 43 | the habitude ~of the one sent to the sender; and that 29 1, 43 | sender; and that of the one sent to the end ~whereto he is 30 1, 43 | to the end ~whereto he is sent. Anyone being sent implies 31 1, 43 | he is sent. Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~ 32 1, 43 | of ~procession of the one sent from the sender: either 33 1, 43 | the term to which he is sent is ~also shown, so that 34 1, 43 | the place whereto he is sent, ~or because he begins to 35 1, 43 | thus the Son is said to be sent ~by the Father into the 36 1, 43 | implies inferiority in the one sent, when it means ~procession 37 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: What is so sent as to begin to exist where 38 1, 43 | is locally moved by being sent; hence it is necessarily ~ 39 1, 43 | person; for the divine person sent neither begins to ~exist 40 1, 43 | xxvi, in Ev.), "The Son is sent as He is begotten." But 41 1, 43 | the time ~was come, God sent His Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 42 1, 43 | giving." For a thing is sent that it may ~be in something 43 1, 43 | to mean that He ~could be sent because eternally begotten.~ 44 1, 43 | if the divine person is sent ~only according to the gift 45 1, 43 | that the divine person ~is sent according to the gift of 46 1, 43 | perceived by the mind, is sent." But the Son is known not 47 1, 43 | the divine person is not sent only according to the ~gift 48 1, 43 | divine person is fittingly sent in the sense that He ~exists 49 1, 43 | Hence, the divine person is sent, and proceeds ~temporally 50 1, 43 | Ghost Himself is given and sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 51 1, 43 | Father can be fittingly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 52 1, 43 | that the Father should be ~sent. For being sent means that 53 1, 43 | should be ~sent. For being sent means that the divine person 54 1, 43 | Further, the divine person is sent according to the indwelling 55 1, 43 | of the divine persons is sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 56 1, 43 | every divine person can be sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 57 1, 43 | never described as being sent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 58 1, 43 | it fitting for Him ~to be sent; but this can only belong 59 1, 43 | the same as regards "being sent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 60 1, 43 | not described as being sent, for He is not from another. 61 1, 43 | time, is ~not said to be sent; for there is no one whence 62 1, 43 | fitting for the Son to be sent invisibly?~Aquin.: SMT FP 63 1, 43 | fitting for the Son to be sent ~invisibly. For invisible 64 1, 43 | only the Holy Ghost is sent invisibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 43 | unfitting for Him to be sent invisibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 66 1, 43 | distinct missions if ~both are sent; and then one of them would 67 1, 43 | that a divine person be sent to anyone by invisible ~ 68 1, 43 | of them to be invisibly sent. As to ~the Father, though 69 1, 43 | and consequently He is not sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 70 1, 43 | iv, 20) that "The Son is sent to anyone invisibly, whenever 71 1, 43 | for a divine ~person to be sent to anyone by grace, there 72 1, 43 | the divine person Who is sent, by some gift of grace. 73 1, 43 | with love." Thus the Son is sent not in ~accordance with 74 1, 43 | Trin. iv, 20): "The Son is sent, whenever He is known and 75 1, 43 | origin of the person Who is sent, ~and His indwelling by 76 1, 43 | the invisible mission is sent to them. Therefore the ~ 77 1, 43 | implies that he who is sent either begins to exist where 78 1, 43 | regards the one to whom it is sent implies two ~things, the 79 1, 43 | the ~invisible mission is sent to all in whom are to be 80 1, 43 | 20), ~that "the Son is sent to each one when He is known 81 1, 43 | the invisible mission was sent at the first moment of ~ 82 1, 43 | the divine person is not sent to the sacraments, but ~ 83 1, 43 | for the Holy Ghost to be sent visibly?~Aquin.: SMT FP 84 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For 85 1, 43 | For the Son as visibly sent to the world is said to 86 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: 87 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is either not sent visibly at ~all, or His 88 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not sent by reason of those ~visible 89 1, 43 | Further, the Son was visibly sent by reason of the noblest 90 1, 43 | Therefore if the Holy Ghost is ~sent visibly, He ought to be 91 1, 43 | visibly, He ought to be sent by reason of rational creatures.~ 92 1, 43 | angels. ~Thus the angels are sent, and not the Holy Ghost.~ 93 1, 43 | Further, the Holy Ghost being sent in a visible manner is only ~ 94 1, 43 | invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not to receive the 95 1, 43 | mission ought likewise to be sent; and this is ~clearly false. 96 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not sent visibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 97 1, 43 | Thus the Son has ~been sent visibly as the author of 98 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is said to be sent visibly, inasmuch as He 99 1, 43 | Holy ~Ghost is said to be sent visibly, and not as an angel.~ 100 1, 43 | Ghost was fittingly not sent to the fathers of the Old 101 1, 43 | ii, 17), they ~were not sent to designate the indwelling 102 1, 43 | Whether a divine person is sent only by the person whence 103 1, 43 | that a divine person is sent only by the one whence ~ 104 1, 43 | Trin. iv), "The Father ~is sent by no one because He is 105 1, 43 | Therefore if a divine ~person is sent by another, He must be from 106 1, 43 | has authority over the one sent. But there ~can be no authority 107 1, 43 | Therefore the divine person sent must proceed from the one 108 1, 43 | if a divine person can be sent by one whence He does not ~ 109 1, 43 | Therefore the divine person is sent only by the one whence He 110 1, 43 | the contrary, The Son is sent by the Holy Ghost, according 111 1, 43 | Now the Lord God hath sent Me and His Spirit." But 112 1, 43 | Therefore a divine person is sent by one from Whom ~He does 113 1, 43 | that ~the divine person is sent only by the one whence He 114 1, 43 | said that the Son of God is sent by the Holy Ghost, ~this 115 1, 43 | reason of which ~He was sent to preach by the Holy Ghost. 116 1, 43 | ii, 5) that the Son is sent by Himself, and by the Holy 117 1, 43 | and ~the Holy Ghost is sent by Himself, and by the Son; 118 1, 43 | by the Son; so that to be sent in ~God does not apply to 119 1, 43 | person is ~described as being sent, the person Himself existing 120 1, 43 | principle of the person sent, in this sense not each 121 1, 43 | principle of that person who is sent; and ~thus the Son is sent 122 1, 43 | sent; and ~thus the Son is sent only by the Father; and 123 1, 43 | Trinity sends the person sent. This reason does not prove 124 1, 45 | manner the Master ~says (Sent. iv, D, 5) that God can 125 1, 53 | ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them who 126 1, 57 | ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them who 127 1, 62 | Master of the Sentences (Sent. ii, ~D, 3) that "those 128 1, 62 | ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them who 129 1, 64 | and wicked men ~shall be sent "into everlasting punishment," 130 1, 64 | then the good angels are sent to us here; ~and the demons 131 1, 66 | they themselves are ~not sent, as Dionysius teaches (Coel. 132 1, 39 | Ghost, and the Holy Ghost sent me to you," so also he could 133 1, 39 | Son, and the Holy Ghost sent ~me to you," pointing out 134 1, 40 | Master of the Sentences says (Sent. i, D, xxvii) that ~"the 135 1, 41 | paternity and filiation" (Sent. i, D, xxvi). To see this, 136 1, 41 | the Sentences explains (Sent. i, D, v), this ~denotes 137 1, 41 | essence as the Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), and ~not the 138 1, 42 | reason the Master says (Sent. ~i, D, xxxi) that in these " 139 1, 43 | for a divine person to be sent?~(2) Whether mission is 140 1, 43 | divine person is invisibly sent?~(4) Whether it is fitting 141 1, 43 | fitting that each person be sent?~(5) Whether both the Son 142 1, 43 | Holy Ghost are invisibly sent?~(6) To whom the invisible 143 1, 43 | divine person can be properly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 144 1, 43 | person cannot be properly sent. For ~one who is sent is 145 1, 43 | properly sent. For ~one who is sent is less than the sender. 146 1, 43 | Therefore one person is not sent by another.~Aquin.: SMT 147 1, 43 | OBJ 2: Further, what is sent is separated from the sender; 148 1, 43 | tied in one body ~cannot be sent." But in the divine persons 149 1, 43 | Therefore one person is not ~sent by another.~Aquin.: SMT 150 1, 43 | OBJ 3: Further, whoever is sent, departs from one place 151 1, 43 | for a divine person to be sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 152 1, 43 | but I and the ~Father that sent Me."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] 153 1, 43 | the habitude ~of the one sent to the sender; and that 154 1, 43 | sender; and that of the one sent to the end ~whereto he is 155 1, 43 | to the end ~whereto he is sent. Anyone being sent implies 156 1, 43 | he is sent. Anyone being sent implies a certain kind of ~ 157 1, 43 | of ~procession of the one sent from the sender: either 158 1, 43 | the term to which he is sent is ~also shown, so that 159 1, 43 | the place whereto he is sent, ~or because he begins to 160 1, 43 | thus the Son is said to be sent ~by the Father into the 161 1, 43 | implies inferiority in the one sent, when it means ~procession 162 1, 43 | Reply OBJ 2: What is so sent as to begin to exist where 163 1, 43 | is locally moved by being sent; hence it is necessarily ~ 164 1, 43 | person; for the divine person sent neither begins to ~exist 165 1, 43 | xxvi, in Ev.), "The Son is sent as He is begotten." But 166 1, 43 | the time ~was come, God sent His Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 167 1, 43 | giving." For a thing is sent that it may ~be in something 168 1, 43 | to mean that He ~could be sent because eternally begotten.~ 169 1, 43 | if the divine person is sent ~only according to the gift 170 1, 43 | that the divine person ~is sent according to the gift of 171 1, 43 | perceived by the mind, is sent." But the Son is known not 172 1, 43 | the divine person is not sent only according to the ~gift 173 1, 43 | divine person is fittingly sent in the sense that He ~exists 174 1, 43 | Hence, the divine person is sent, and proceeds temporally 175 1, 43 | Ghost Himself is given and sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 176 1, 43 | Father can be fittingly sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 177 1, 43 | that the Father should be ~sent. For being sent means that 178 1, 43 | should be ~sent. For being sent means that the divine person 179 1, 43 | Further, the divine person is sent according to the indwelling 180 1, 43 | of the divine persons is sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 181 1, 43 | every divine person can be sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 182 1, 43 | never described as being sent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 183 1, 43 | it fitting for Him ~to be sent; but this can only belong 184 1, 43 | the same as regards "being sent."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 185 1, 43 | not described as being sent, for He is not from another. 186 1, 43 | time, is ~not said to be sent; for there is no one whence 187 1, 43 | fitting for the Son to be sent invisibly?~Aquin.: SMT FP 188 1, 43 | fitting for the Son to be sent ~invisibly. For invisible 189 1, 43 | only the Holy Ghost is sent invisibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 190 1, 43 | unfitting for Him to be sent invisibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 191 1, 43 | distinct missions if ~both are sent; and then one of them would 192 1, 43 | that a divine person be sent to anyone by invisible ~ 193 1, 43 | of them to be invisibly sent. As to ~the Father, though 194 1, 43 | and consequently He is not sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 195 1, 43 | iv, 20) that "The Son is sent to anyone invisibly, whenever 196 1, 43 | for a divine ~person to be sent to anyone by grace, there 197 1, 43 | the divine person Who is sent, by some gift of grace. 198 1, 43 | with love." Thus the Son is sent not in ~accordance with 199 1, 43 | Trin. iv, 20): "The Son is sent, whenever He is known and 200 1, 43 | origin of the person Who is sent, ~and His indwelling by 201 1, 43 | the invisible mission is sent to them. Therefore the ~ 202 1, 43 | implies that he who is sent either begins to exist where 203 1, 43 | regards the one to whom it is sent implies two ~things, the 204 1, 43 | the ~invisible mission is sent to all in whom are to be 205 1, 43 | 20), ~that "the Son is sent to each one when He is known 206 1, 43 | the invisible mission was sent at the first moment of ~ 207 1, 43 | the divine person is not sent to the sacraments, but ~ 208 1, 43 | for the Holy Ghost to be sent visibly?~Aquin.: SMT FP 209 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a ~visible manner. For 210 1, 43 | For the Son as visibly sent to the world is said to 211 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is not fittingly sent in a visible ~manner.~Aquin.: 212 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is either not sent visibly at ~all, or His 213 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not sent by reason of those ~visible 214 1, 43 | Further, the Son was visibly sent by reason of the noblest 215 1, 43 | Therefore if the Holy Ghost is ~sent visibly, He ought to be 216 1, 43 | visibly, He ought to be sent by reason of rational creatures.~ 217 1, 43 | angels. ~Thus the angels are sent, and not the Holy Ghost.~ 218 1, 43 | Further, the Holy Ghost being sent in a visible manner is only ~ 219 1, 43 | invisible mission was ~not sent, ought not to receive the 220 1, 43 | mission ought likewise to be sent; and this is ~clearly false. 221 1, 43 | Therefore the Holy Ghost is not sent visibly.~Aquin.: SMT FP 222 1, 43 | sanctification. Thus the Son has been sent visibly as the author of 223 1, 43 | Holy Ghost is said to be sent visibly, inasmuch as He 224 1, 43 | Holy ~Ghost is said to be sent visibly, and not as an angel.~ 225 1, 43 | Ghost was fittingly not sent to the fathers of the Old 226 1, 43 | ii, 17), they ~were not sent to designate the indwelling 227 1, 43 | Whether a divine person is sent only by the person whence 228 1, 43 | that a divine person is sent only by the one whence ~ 229 1, 43 | Trin. iv), "The Father ~is sent by no one because He is 230 1, 43 | Therefore if a divine ~person is sent by another, He must be from 231 1, 43 | has authority over the one sent. But there ~can be no authority 232 1, 43 | Therefore the divine person sent must proceed from the one 233 1, 43 | if a divine person can be sent by one whence He does not ~ 234 1, 43 | Therefore the divine person is sent only by the one whence He 235 1, 43 | the contrary, The Son is sent by the Holy Ghost, according 236 1, 43 | Now the Lord God hath sent Me and His Spirit." But 237 1, 43 | Therefore a divine person is sent by one from Whom ~He does 238 1, 43 | that ~the divine person is sent only by the one whence He 239 1, 43 | said that the Son of God is sent by the Holy Ghost, ~this 240 1, 43 | reason of which ~He was sent to preach by the Holy Ghost. 241 1, 43 | ii, 5) that the Son is sent by Himself, and by the Holy 242 1, 43 | and ~the Holy Ghost is sent by Himself, and by the Son; 243 1, 43 | by the Son; so that to be sent in ~God does not apply to 244 1, 43 | person is ~described as being sent, the person Himself existing 245 1, 43 | principle of the person sent, in this sense not each 246 1, 43 | principle of that person who is sent; and ~thus the Son is sent 247 1, 43 | sent; and ~thus the Son is sent only by the Father; and 248 1, 43 | Trinity sends the person sent. This reason does not prove 249 1, 46 | manner the Master ~says (Sent. iv, D, 5) that God can 250 1, 54 | ministering spirits, sent to minister for ~them who 251 1, 58 | ministering spirits, ~sent to minister for them who 252 1, 63 | Master of the Sentences (Sent. ii, ~D, 3) that "those 253 1, 63 | ministering spirits, sent to ~minister for them who 254 1, 65 | and wicked men ~shall be sent "into everlasting punishment," 255 1, 65 | then the good angels are sent to us here; ~and the demons 256 1, 67 | they themselves are ~not sent, as Dionysius teaches (Coel. 257 1, 78 | Although it is said (3 Sent. D, 1) that memory, intellect, ~ 258 1, 92 | of the Sentences says (1 ~Sent. D iii). Therefore the image 259 1, 92 | image is in ~other things" (Sent. ii, D, xvi).~Aquin.: SMT 260 1, 92 | it is incorrectly said ~(Sent. ii, D, xvi) "that the image 261 1, 92 | it is incorrect to say (Sent. ii, D, xvi) that "the image 262 1, 93 | of the Sentences asserts (Sent. iv, D, i). He ~also saw 263 1, 93 | Further, the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxi) that, "the 264 1, 94 | Further, the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxiv): "When man 265 1, 94 | Further, the Master says (Sent. ii., D, xxiv) that "man 266 1, 105 | Gregory [*Peter Lombard, Sent. ii, D, ix; Cf. Gregory, ~ 267 1, 107 | possessed individually" (Sent. ii, D, ix). Therefore there 268 1, 107 | all ministering spirits, sent to minister to them who 269 1, 109 | Cf. Liber xxi, Sentent., sent. 4: among the supposititious 270 1, 109 | Cf. Liber xxi, ~Sentent., sent. 4: among the supposititious 271 1, 110 | power; (2) How they are ~sent by God to the ministry of 272 1, 111 | Whether any angels are sent on works of ministry?~(2) 273 1, 111 | ministry?~(2) Whether all are sent?~(3) Whether those who are 274 1, 111 | 3) Whether those who are sent, assist?~(4) From what orders 275 1, 111 | From what orders they are sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 276 1, 111 | 1~Whether the angels are sent on works of ministry?~Aquin.: 277 1, 111 | that the angels are not sent on works of ministry. ~For 278 1, 111 | that the angels are not sent to perform their own actions.~ 279 1, 111 | dignity. Therefore if they are sent to us in ministry, it seems ~ 280 1, 111 | So if some angels are sent on external ministrations, ~ 281 1, 111 | of God. So if they were ~sent, their beatitude would be 282 1, 111 | Therefore they are not sent to administer ~to us.~Aquin.: 283 1, 111 | shown that some angels are sent in ministry by God. For, 284 1, 111 | Persons, he is said to be sent who in any way proceeds 285 1, 111 | Holy Ghost is said to be sent as ~proceeding from the 286 1, 111 | follows that an angel is sent by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 287 1, 111 | performed by the angel who is sent, proceeds from God as ~from 288 1, 111 | reason they ~are said to be sent in ministry.~Aquin.: SMT 289 1, 111 | Whether all the angels are sent in ministry?~Aquin.: SMT 290 1, 111 | that all the angels are sent in ministry. For the ~Apostle 291 1, 111 | are ministering spirits, sent to minister" ~[Vulg. 'Are 292 1, 111 | A[6]). But a Seraph was sent to purify the lips ~of the 293 1, 111 | are the inferior orders ~sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 294 1, 111 | But the Divine Persons are sent. Therefore much more are 295 1, 111 | even the ~highest angels sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 296 1, 111 | superior angels are not sent to the external ~ministries, 297 1, 111 | the last angel ~would be sent in ministry; which contradicts 298 1, 111 | superior angels are not sent, but only the inferior; 299 1, 111 | superior angels also are sent.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 300 1, 111 | besides those ~who were sent to give the law.~Aquin.: 301 1, 111 | xiii), the angel who ~was sent to purify the prophet's 302 1, 111 | The Divine Persons are not sent in ministry, but are said ~ 303 1, 111 | ministry, but are said ~to be sent in an equivocal sense, as 304 1, 111 | though unequal from being sent ~immediately in ministry, 305 1, 111 | however that the superior are ~sent to the higher ministries, 306 1, 111 | Whether all the angels who are sent, assist?~Aquin.: SMT FP 307 1, 111 | that the angels who are sent also assist. For ~Gregory 308 1, 111 | Evang.): "So the angels are sent, and assist; ~for, though 309 1, 111 | Further, the angel was sent to administer to Tobias. 310 1, 111 | Therefore the angels who are sent, assist.~Aquin.: SMT FP 311 1, 111 | more do the angels, who are sent to minister, assist.~Aquin.: 312 1, 111 | Therefore the angels who are sent also assist.~Aquin.: SMT 313 1, 111 | Therefore those who are sent in ministry do not ~assist.~ 314 1, 111 | ii) that "those who are sent ~on the external ministry 315 1, 111 | the second hierarchy are sent?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[112] A[ 316 1, 111 | the second hierarchy are ~sent. For all the angels either 317 1, 111 | the second hierarchy are ~sent in ministry.~Aquin.: SMT 318 1, 111 | second hierarchy were not sent in ministry. Therefore all 319 1, 111 | the second hierarchy are sent to minister.~Aquin.: SMT 320 1, 111 | all subjection." But to be sent implies subjection. Therefore ~ 321 1, 111 | the dominations are not sent to minister.~Aquin.: SMT 322 1, 111 | above stated (A[1]), to be sent to external ministry ~properly 323 1, 111 | angels of ~those orders are sent to external ministry whose 324 1, 111 | these five ~orders to be sent to external ministry; not 325 1, 112 | Apostle says that angels "are sent to minister for ~them who 326 1, 112 | men. But five orders are sent in external ministry ~(Q[ 327 1, 112 | Not all the angels who are sent have guardianship of ~individual 328 1, 112 | his birth. For angels are "sent to minister for them who 329 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 1: Angels are sent to minister, and that efficaciously 330 1, 113 | demons. For angels ~are sent by God to guard man. But 331 1, 113 | man. But demons are not sent by God: for the ~demons' 332 1, 113 | sin; and thus they are not sent by God to assail us, ~but 333 1, 113 | man: and thus they are ~sent by God; as the lying spirit 334 1, 113 | as the lying spirit was sent to punish Achab, King of ~ 335 1, 113 | Nevertheless the demons who are sent to punish, do ~so with an 336 1, 113 | that for which they are sent; for they ~punish from hatred 337 1, 113 | or envy; whereas they are sent by God on account of ~His 338 1, 113 | says (Q[83]; [*Lib. xxi, Sent. sent 4, among ~the supposititious 339 1, 113 | Q[83]; [*Lib. xxi, Sent. sent 4, among ~the supposititious 340 1, 115 | instance, if two servants are sent by their ~master to the 341 2, 12 | of Prosper's Sentences (Sent. 100): "The intention of ~ 342 2, 69 | do the will of Him that ~sent Me." Again, in this life, 343 2, 98 | weak through the flesh, God sent [Vulg.: 'sending'] His own 344 2, 105 | that certain men should be sent home, for instance a man 345 2, 105 | be ~in the way, should be sent home. Fourthly, it enjoined 346 2, 105 | crimes, to punish which God sent the Israelites as executor 347 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 6: The timid were sent back home, not that they 348 2, 107 | will" [*Peter Lombard, Sent. iii, D, 40]; since when 349 2, 108 | the will" [*Peter Lombard, Sent. iii, ~D, 40]. Therefore 350 2, 108 | during which they were sent to preach in Judea before 351 2, 108 | said (Lk. 22:35,36) "When I sent ~you without purse and scrip 352 2, 109 | except ~the Father, Who hath sent Me, draw him." But if man 353 2, 110 | Boethius [*Pseudo-Bede, Sent. Phil. ex Artist] says, 354 2, 110 | seems to have thought this (Sent. ii, D 27).~Aquin.: SMT 355 2, 1 | Jesus Christ Whom Thou hast sent." ~Wherefore the first distinction 356 2, 1 | Son and Holy Ghost to be sent to sanctify ~the creature; 357 2, 1 | the Father, Who is never sent, as we ~stated in the FP, 358 2, 2 | they preach unless ~they be sent?" Therefore man is not bound 359 2, 2 | blood of Thy testament hast ~sent forth Thy prisoners out 360 2, 5 | some ~[*St. Bonaventure, Sent. ii, D, 29] hold, perhaps 361 2, 6 | they preach, unless they be sent?"~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[6] A[ 362 2, 10 | manifest: hence Peter was sent to him to give ~him fuller 363 2, 11 | this saying elsewhere, in Sent. iv, D, 13, ~and TP, Q[16], 364 2, 13 | contrary, The Master says (Sent. ii, D, 43) that "to sin 365 2, 13 | assigned by the Master (Sent. ii, D, 43). For to deny 366 2, 16 | according to the Master (Sent. iii, ~D, 26). Therefore 367 2, 16 | Further, the Master says (Sent. iii, D, 26) that hope proceeds ~ 368 2, 17 | as the Master states (Sent. iii, D, 26): and this may 369 2, 18 | authority of the Master (Sent. iii, D, 34). ~Aquin.: SMT 370 2, 20 | sin: for the ~Master says (Sent. ii, D, 22) that "Adam sinned 371 2, 22 | contrary, Ambrose [*Lombard, Sent. iii, D, 23] says that charity ~ 372 2, 23 | as the Master teaches (Sent. ~ii, D, 3). Therefore the 373 2, 23 | Jesus Christ Whom Thou hast sent." ~Now no man can be worthy, 374 2, 50 | faculty ~of will and reason" [*Sent. iii, D, 24]. Accordingly 375 2, 57 | virtues" [*Peter ~Lombard, Sent. iii, D. 23], and it is 376 2, 60 | is due to him should be sent to him, especially if it 377 2, 60 | value and can easily be sent: else it should be deposited 378 2, 81 | Liber. Sentent. Prosperi sent. ccxii): "He who faithfully ~ 379 2, 86 | qu. ~1; Albertus Magnus, Sent. iv, D, 38], "a vow is a 380 2, 86 | Hence the Master says (Sent. iv, ~D, 38) that a vow 381 2, 86 | others [*Albertus Magnus, Sent. iv, D, 38] find the reason ~ 382 2, 96 | Hugh of St. Victor, Sum. Sent. iv, 5].~Aquin.: SMT SS 383 2, 102 | excelling, or to governors as sent by him."~Aquin.: SMT SS 384 2, 106 | excommunicated those who sent him into exile (XXIII, Q. ~ 385 2, 134 | Prosper calls patience brave (Sent. ~811).~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 386 2, 160 | is said in Prosper's Lib. Sent. 294, that "pride is love 387 2, 160 | Prosper's Liber Sententiarum, sent. 294, ~"Pride is love of 388 2, 162 | it is stated that "God ~sent him out of the paradise 389 2, 169 | 15): "In truth the Lord sent me to ~you, to speak all 390 2, 170 | prophets, because they are not sent for this purpose by God.~ 391 2, 171 | Cf. De ~Veritate, xii, 6; Sent. II, D, XI, part 2, art. 392 2, 172 | signs and ~wonders, which He sent by him, to do in the land 393 2, 172 | King's messengers who were sent to ~consult the god of Accaron ( 394 2, 172 | the emperor Theodosius sent to John who ~dwelt in the 395 2, 174 | that they who were being sent to teach others ~should 396 2, 174 | that those who were being sent were of one ~nation, that 397 2, 174 | Moreover those who were ~being sent were poor and powerless; 398 2, 174 | especially as they were sent to ~unbelievers. Consequently 399 2, 182 | exclaimed against being sent to preach." Therefore ~it 400 2, 183 | Isaias, who wishing to be ~sent, knew himself to be already 401 2, 183 | exclaimed against ~being sent to preach." Now no man sins 402 2, 183 | mission on which they were sent to preach ~to the Jews, 403 2, 183 | that he possessed something sent to him by others. And it 404 2, 185 | namely, to the Jews who sent ~preachers from Jerusalem." 405 2, 186 | institution. Now Christ sent first the twelve apostles 406 2, 186 | Luke 9, and afterwards He sent the seventy-two ~disciples, 407 2, 186 | fixed parishes, but that "He sent them ~two and two before 408 2, 186 | matter that the apostles were sent to preach ~without having 409 2, 186 | was imminent, was grain sent to the holy fathers? ~Why 410 2, 186 | commanded those who were sent to preach not to carry these 411 3, 1 | the ~time was come, God sent His Son, made of a woman, 412 3, 1 | Son of Man ~should not be sent immediately after man's 413 3, 1 | being touched with pity, God sent His Son, ~to grant to all 414 3, 1 | says on Jn. 3:11, "For God sent not His Son ~into the world 415 3, 2 | set down by the Master (Sent. ~iii, D, 6). But others 416 3, 2 | which the Master sets down (Sent. iii, D, 6).~Aquin.: SMT 417 3, 2 | mentioned by the Master (Sent. iii, D, 6), which holds 418 3, 3 | Further, the Son is said to be sent and to be begotten by the ~ 419 3, 3 | belong to the Father to be sent, for He is innascible, as 420 3, 3 | to Gal. 4:6: "God hath ~sent the Spirit of His Son into 421 3, 3 | Son of God ~is said to be sent in regard to the Incarnation, 422 3, 4 | first opinion quoted in Sent. iii, D. 6, grants that 423 3, 7 | apostles, because ~they were sent to teach all nations; but 424 3, 7 | Mt. ~15:24): "I was not sent but to the sheep that are 425 3, 7 | nature, Who is said to ~be sent into the world, inasmuch 426 3, 7 | Ghost, Who is said to be sent inasmuch as He dwells in 427 3, 9 | Jesus Christ Whom Thou hast sent." But this Man ~was blessed 428 3, 9 | although I wrote differently (Sent. iii, D, xiv, A[3]; D, xviii, ~ 429 3, 12 | sometime appeared to me ~(Sent. iii, D, xiv), no knowledge 430 3, 14 | says (Rm. 8:3) that "God" sent "His own Son ~in the likeness 431 3, 21 | may believe that Thou hast sent Me." ~Hence Hilary says ( 432 3, 21 | believe that Thou ~hast sent Me."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[21] 433 3, 23 | written (Gal. 4:4,5,6): "God sent His Son . . . ~that we might 434 3, 23 | are sons of ~God, God hath sent the Spirit of His Son into 435 3, 27 | work De Trinitate [*Cf. Sent. ii, D, 24]. Therefore there 436 3, 28 | written (Gal. 4:4): "God sent His Son, made of a ~woman." 437 3, 28 | dignity or the Father Who sent Him. For ~since Christ is 438 3, 28 | the Son Himself, Who is ~sent. For He is the Word of God: 439 3, 29 | The angel Gabriel was sent . . . ~to a virgin espoused 440 3, 30 | The angel Gabriel was sent ~by God," etc.~Aquin.: SMT 441 3, 30 | that an angel should be ~sent by God to the Virgin who 442 3, 30 | through the serpent being sent by ~the devil to cajole 443 3, 30 | is well that an angel be sent to the ~Virgin; because 444 3, 30 | Now the ~angel was "sent by God" to announce unto 445 3, 31 | written (Gal. 4:4): "God sent His Son, made of a ~woman."~ 446 3, 32 | fulness of time ~was come, God sent His Son, made of a woman"; 447 3, 32 | by saying (De Trin. iv): "Sent, in so far as made of a 448 3, 32 | Because you are sons, God hath sent the Spirit of ~His Son into 449 3, 32 | according to Gal. 4:6: "God sent the Spirit of His ~Son." 450 3, 32 | Person assuming, who is sent by ~the Father; but the 451 3, 34 | Father hath sanctified and sent into the world."~Aquin.: 452 3, 35 | work the works of Him that sent Me, whilst it ~is day." 453 3, 35 | the time ~was come, God sent His Son, made of a woman, 454 3, 35 | till He ~come that is to be sent." Because, as Chrysostom 455 3, 35 | however wicked, prophets were sent ~for their healing. But 456 3, 36 | come ~down to us, being "sent to minister." But the stars 457 3, 37 | according to Gal. 4:4,5: "God sent His Son . . . made under ~ 458 3, 38 | OBJ 2: Further, John "was sent by God . . . for a witness" ( 459 3, 38 | written (Jn. 1:33): "He who sent me to baptize ~with water 460 3, 38 | revelation of ~the Holy Ghost sent John to baptize. But the 461 3, 38 | most pure flesh" [*Mag. Sent. iv, 3]. Therefore it seems 462 3, 38 | as Bede asserts (Mag. Sent. iv, 3). Therefore it seems 463 3, 38 | continuing ~to baptize, "he sent his hearers to Christ" ( 464 3, 38 | the opinion of the Master (Sent. iv, D, 2), ~"those who 465 3, 39 | Ghost should not have been ~sent to Him at His baptism.~Aquin.: 466 3, 39 | said to ~have been visibly sent. But it does not become 467 3, 39 | become the Father to be sent, as ~Augustine makes it 468 3, 39 | to appear, but also to be sent ~visibly. But the Father, 469 3, 39 | appear indeed, but ~cannot be sent visibly.~Aquin.: SMT TP 470 3, 39 | The Father Himself who sent ~Me, hath given testimony 471 3, 40 | God: for therefore am I sent."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[40] A[ 472 3, 40 | according to Gal. 4:4,5: "God sent His Son . . . made under 473 3, 42 | Mt. 15:24): "I was not sent but to the ~sheep that are 474 3, 42 | they preach unless they be sent?" Therefore Christ ~should 475 3, 42 | on Mt. ~15:24, "I was not sent but to the sheep that are 476 3, 42 | by this that He was not sent to ~the Gentiles, but that 477 3, 42 | Gentiles, but that He was sent to the Jews first." And 478 3, 42 | our Lord ~because He had sent His apostles to the Gentiles 479 3, 42 | through His disciples, whom He sent to preach to them.~Aquin.: 480 3, 42 | He might appear as being sent to the Jews, as to the first-born ~ 481 3, 42 | Prov. 9:3) that "she hath sent her maids to ~invite to 482 3, 43 | may believe that Thou hast sent Me."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] 483 3, 44 | also to things: as when He sent the demons, at their own ~ 484 3, 44 | whither my ~lord hath not sent to seek thee': which shows 485 3, 44 | according to Jn. ~3:17: "For God sent not His Son into the world 486 3, 46 | sin, He would never have sent His Son to take upon ~Himself 487 3, 46 | writing on a parchment and sent out to the cities, and ~ 488 3, 48 | 110:9): "The Lord hath sent redemption to His people," 489 3, 52 | blood of Thy Testament hast sent forth Thy prisoners out 490 3, 52 | written ~(Zach. 9:11) that "He sent forth prisoners out of the 491 3, 52 | blood of Thy testament hast sent forth Thy ~prisoners out 492 3, 52 | blood of Thy testament ~hast sent forth Thy prisoners out 493 3, 55 | on Lk. 24:22, "a woman is sent to them who ~are of her 494 3, 55 | in Luc.), "The Lord had sent word ~to the disciples that 495 3, 59 | all ministering spirits, sent to minister for them, who 496 3, 59 | besought that they might be sent into the swine, ~according 497 3, 60 | as ~Augustine says (Liber Sent. Prosper.).~Aquin.: SMT 498 3, 64 | said (Jn. 1:33): "He, ~Who sent me to baptize in water, 499 3, 67 | 1 Cor. 1:17): "Christ ~sent me not to baptize, but to 500 3, 70 | Master holds this opinion (Sent. iv, D, ~1), and in a gloss


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