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1 1, 1 | reason, as ~Paul quotes a saying of Aratus: "As some also 2 1, 3 | signify His simplicity. In saying therefore that ~Godhead, 3 1, 4 | same line of argument by saying of God (Div. Nom. v): "It 4 1, 5 | good ~simply. Hence the saying of Boethius (De Hebrom.), " 5 1, 5 | proper ~object. Thus the saying, "we exist because God is 6 1, 6 | first efficient ~cause, saying that, God is called good " 7 1, 10 | there is no incongruity in saying that a ~creature is infinite, 8 1, 12 | afterwards he explains this, saying: "It is ~very credible, 9 1, 12 | to God, according to the saying: "When He shall appear we 10 1, 12 | invites to do the same, saying: "So run that you may ~comprehend."~ 11 1, 13 | who speak of God. For in ~saying that God lives, they assuredly 12 1, 13 | evident that a Catholic ~saying that an idol is not God 13 1, 13 | as the ~Catholic does in saying an idol is not God. But 14 1, 13 | suppositum"; according to the saying that ~"predicates are to 15 1, 14 | have erred on this point, saying that God knows ~things other 16 1, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of the Philosopher must 17 1, 14 | and contingent; as this saying is contingent, ~"Socrates 18 1, 14 | to the ~thing, or to the saying. If it refers to the thing, 19 1, 14 | If ~understood of the saying, it is composite and true; 20 1, 14 | false as applied to the ~saying, and true as applied to 21 1, 14 | become black; whereas this saying, " a white thing is black" 22 1, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The saying of Anselm is correct in 23 1, 19 | Therefore ~Dionysius in saying that "evil would conduce 24 1, 20 | to be true, asked Peter, saying: "Simon, son ~of John, lovest 25 1, 22 | They are represented as saying (Job 22:14): "The clouds ~ 26 1, 23 | holy men according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. ~ 27 1, 23 | against this we have the saying of the ~Apostle (2 Cor. 28 1, 23 | this the ~Apostle refers, saying (Rm. 9:22,23): "What if 29 1, 25 | power. For this would be saying nothing else but that God 30 1, 25 | which is the second way of ~saying a thing is possible. For 31 1, 25 | to the word of the angel, saying: "No word ~shall be impossible 32 1, 26 | in accordance with the saying of ~Augustine (Confess. 33 1, 27 | cause; ~so Arius took it, saying that the Son proceeds from 34 1, 31 | the latter, for, if this saying were true, "God ~alone creates," 35 1, 32 | of ~creation. The fact of saying that God made all things 36 1, 33 | among many ~brethren," after saying that some were conformed 37 1, 34 | De Fide Orth. i, ~17), saying that "word" is called "the 38 1, 35 | the matter otherwise by saying that, as the ~Holy Ghost, 39 1, 36 | There is no reason against saying that the Father and the ~ 40 1, 39 | unity is better described by saying that the three ~persons 41 1, 39 | of one essence," than by saying they are "of one nature."~ 42 1, 39 | exists no contradiction in saying that ~"essence is a thing 43 1, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying is directed against those 44 1, 41 | the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be referred to ~ 45 1, 42 | receiving," signified by saying that He can be ~begotten.~ 46 1, 46 | prophesied of the past, saying, "In the ~beginning God 47 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of the Philosopher is understood " 48 1, 48 | this is what is meant by saying that "evil is ~neither a 49 1, 52 | Accordingly there is no need for saying that an angel can be deemed ~ 50 1, 55 | nothing to hinder us from saying that the angel understands 51 1, 60 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~In saying all this, we are passing 52 1, 61 | nothing to hinder us from ~saying that the higher angels, 53 1, 62 | this is contrary to the saying of the Apostle (Rm. ~6:23): " 54 1, 62 | would be no difficulty in saying that he merited beatitude: 55 1, 62 | On the contrary, Is the saying of the Master of the Sentences ( 56 1, 63 | Augustine rebukes Porphyry for saying that the demons are ~naturally 57 1, 63 | nothing to prevent us from saying that the lower angels were 58 1, 64 | he confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: "I know Who Thou 59 1, 66 | Whom he ~represents as saying to the heavenly bodies: " 60 1, 68 | then nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~ 61 1, 72 | to ~prevent anyone from saying that there was any sin whatever 62 1, 75 | feels or understands is like saying that the soul weaves or 63 1, 75 | Wisdom 2. Therefore the saying that man and ~animals have 64 1, 76 | different ~vital actions, saying that the nutritive power 65 1, 76 | attempt to answer this by saying ~that before sin the human 66 1, 39 | unity is better described by saying that the three ~persons 67 1, 39 | of one essence," than by saying they are "of one nature."~ 68 1, 39 | exists no contradiction in saying that ~"essence is a thing 69 1, 41 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying is directed against those 70 1, 41 | the uncreated Wisdom. The saying may also be referred to ~ 71 1, 42 | receiving," signified by saying that He can be ~begotten.~ 72 1, 47 | prophesied of the past, saying, "In the ~beginning God 73 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of the Philosopher is understood " 74 1, 49 | this is what is meant by saying that "evil is ~neither a 75 1, 53 | Accordingly there is no need for saying that an angel can be deemed ~ 76 1, 56 | nothing to hinder us from saying that the angel understands 77 1, 61 | A[2] Body Para. 4/4~In saying all this, we are passing 78 1, 62 | nothing to hinder us from ~saying that the higher angels, 79 1, 63 | this is contrary to the saying of the Apostle (Rm. ~6:23): " 80 1, 63 | would be no difficulty in saying that he merited beatitude: 81 1, 63 | On the contrary, Is the saying of the Master of the Sentences ( 82 1, 64 | Augustine rebukes Porphyry for saying that the demons are ~naturally 83 1, 64 | nothing to prevent us from saying that the lower angels were 84 1, 65 | he confesses the truth, ~saying to Christ: "I know Who Thou 85 1, 67 | Whom he ~represents as saying to the heavenly bodies: " 86 1, 69 | then nothing to prevent our saying, whilst holding any one ~ 87 1, 71 | to ~prevent anyone from saying that there was any sin whatever 88 1, 74 | feels or understands is like saying that the soul weaves or 89 1, 74 | Wisdom 2. Therefore the saying that man and ~animals have 90 1, 75 | different ~vital actions, saying that the nutritive power 91 1, 75 | attempt to answer this by saying ~that before sin the human 92 1, 77 | of taste, according to a saying of the ~Philosopher (De 93 1, 80 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: By saying that the sensual movement 94 1, 83 | thereon: according to the saying of ~Heraclitus, that "it 95 1, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of the Philosopher is universally 96 1, 86 | are the same," is equal to saying that "as regards things ~ 97 1, 88 | confirms this opinion by saying that he was not ~visited, 98 1, 90 | breathed on His ~Apostles, saying, "Receive ye the Holy Ghost" ( 99 1, 92 | he adds his reason for saying ~this: "For man is not of 100 1, 92 | Apostle (Col. ~3:10), after saying, "According to the image 101 1, 102 | government of ~the world, saying that all things happened 102 1, 102 | These are represented as saying, "God ~hath abandoned the 103 1, 105 | more every man his brother, saying: 'Know the Lord': for all ~ 104 1, 105 | in the Divine ~goodness; saying: "As every man hath received 105 1, 107 | beginning from the lowest saying that "God set Him," i.e. 106 1, 107 | does ~the promise of Christ saying that the children of the 107 1, 112 | Daniel. Jerome explains it by saying that the prince of the ~ 108 1, 116 | question differently, by saying that the ~teacher causes 109 1, 118 | there is no reason ~for saying that one is destroyed by 110 2, 2 | nothing hinders us from saying that what constitutes happiness 111 2, 3 | and he ~signified this by saying that happiness is "a state 112 2, 4 | reason of this absence, saying: "For we walk by faith and ~ 113 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This saying is to be understood of the 114 2, 6 | which is ~opposed to the saying of Augustine, that "every 115 2, 17 | a gloss explains this by saying that man lusts, although 116 2, 19 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The saying of Augustine holds good 117 2, 28 | there is no love: and in saying that "it seeks to unite," ~ 118 2, 31 | delight. Accordingly by saying that ~delight is "a movement 119 2, 31 | designate its genus. By saying ~that it is "an establishing 120 2, 31 | presence of a becoming good. By saying that this establishing is " 121 2, 31 | Ethic. vii, 12. Lastly, by saying that this ~establishing 122 2, 31 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of the Philosopher is to 123 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of Augustine that "sorrow 124 2, 48 | Ethic. iv, 5) quotes the saying that ~anger is "Sweet to 125 2, 48 | inclined to love; and hence the saying ~that "love springs from 126 2, 49 | or as to species." "In saying this," as Simplicius observes ~ 127 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of Maximus must be understood 128 2, 56 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of Augustine is to be understood 129 2, 58 | there is some truth in the ~saying of Socrates that so long 130 2, 64 | aught. This agrees with the saying of the ~Philosopher (Ethic. 131 2, 65 | nearly as all are agreed in saying. For this two ~reasons are 132 2, 65 | virtues: for instance, by saying that discretion belongs 133 2, 65 | having it, ~according to the saying of the Philosopher (Phys. 134 2, 66 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of the Apostle may be taken 135 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of the Apostle is to be 136 2, 68 | objection (Moral. ii, 27) by saying ~that "by those gifts without 137 2, 69 | afterwards he concludes, saying: "If wickedness makes a 138 2, 69 | which he sets aside by saying: ~"Blessed are ye poor." 139 2, 69 | forth; this he excludes by saying in the second ~place: "Blessed 140 2, 69 | and this he puts aside by saying: ~"Blessed are ye that weep 141 2, 69 | and this he excludes, saying, fourthly: "Blessed shall 142 2, 71 | is unfittingly defined by saying: "Sin is ~a word, deed, 143 2, 71 | reference to the end, by saying ~that "sin is nothing else 144 2, 72 | words a gloss explains, saying: "'Offenses,' by omitting 145 2, 72 | falsehood is not diversified by saying more or less than the reality. ~ 146 2, 79 | gloss ~comments on this by saying that "God works in men's 147 2, 79 | do not protect him. The ~saying of Augustine (De Grat. et 148 2, 81 | the matter otherwise by saying that all men ~born of Adam 149 2, 85 | the matter otherwise by saying that the ~aforesaid inclination 150 2, 87 | assigns the reason for this by saying (Ezech. ~18:4): "All souls 151 2, 88 | reply to the objection by saying that since anger is a ~movement 152 2, 89 | said, as appears from her saying ~(Gn. 3:3): "Lest perhaps 153 2, 89 | is to be understood the saying of Anselm, wherefore the ~ 154 2, 89 | which the Lord expressed ~by saying (Zach. 1:3): "Turn ye to 155 2, 90 | is to be understood the saying that the will of the sovereign ~ 156 2, 91 | Hence the Psalmist after saying (Ps. ~4:6): "Offer up the 157 2, 91 | set His law before him, saying (Ps. ~118:33): "Set before 158 2, 91 | to the kingdom of heaven, saying (Mt. ~4:17): "Do penance, 159 2, 91 | kingdom of heaven." Hence the saying that "the ~Old Law restrains 160 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of the Apostle may be understood 161 2, 94 | Wherefore Gratian, after ~saying that "the natural law is 162 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The saying of the Philosopher is to 163 2, 95 | law in three conditions, saying that "law is ~anything founded 164 2, 95 | vii). Therefore after saying "honest" it was superfluous 165 2, 95 | reason, to which he refers by saying "just": secondly, it ~depends 166 2, 96 | disregard the letter of the law, saying that he observes the ~intention 167 2, 96 | according to the motive for saying it: because things are not 168 2, 99 | Apostle (Rm. 7:12) after saying that ~the "Law is holy," 169 2, 100 | there is not one precept saying that "Thou shalt ~not steal," 170 2, 100 | determined in that day, saying: ~Whosoever shall come up 171 2, 100 | second opinion is true in saying ~that the mode of charity 172 2, 102 | from God, according to ~the saying of David (1 Paral. xxix, 173 2, 103 | and ~(Heb. 8:13): "In saying a new (testament), he hath 174 2, 103 | circumcision, according to the saying of the Apostle (Col. 2:11, ~ 175 2, 105 | shall be made desolate": a saying which was verified in the 176 2, 105 | inheritance of the Lord, saying: Go, serve ~strange gods." 177 2, 105 | adhereth to the Lord ~speak, saying: The Lord will divide and 178 2, 106 | Spir. et Lit. xiv, xvii) by saying that the letter denotes 179 2, 107 | He ~expressed Himself by saying: 'But I say unto you,' are 180 2, 107 | words Augustine expounds by saying ~that "they are not heavy 181 2, 108 | solicitude Our Lord sets aside by saying that a ~man cannot add anything 182 2, 108 | counsel of perpetual chastity, saying (Mt. 19:12): "There are 183 2, 109 | not be ~disturbed at his saying that they do by nature those 184 2, 109 | of St. Augustine]), this saying is to be understood of man 185 2, 112 | fail, ~according to the saying of Augustine in his book 186 2, 113 | Hence, Augustine, after saying ~that "for a just man to 187 2, 114 | Apostle expresses aptly saying (Rm. ~11:35): "Who hath 188 2, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This saying is to be understood of the 189 2, 1 | profession of his faith, saying: "My Lord and my God."~Aquin.: 190 2, 2 | professed his ~belief therein, saying: "I saw, and I gave testimony, 191 2, 2 | that art to come?" thus saying about the future, ~not about 192 2, 2 | now ~believe, not for thy saying" (Jn. 4:42).~Aquin.: SMT 193 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of the Apostle refers to 194 2, 10 | scandal. Thus Paul too, after saying that servants ~should honor 195 2, 11 | St. Thomas quotes this saying elsewhere, in Sent. iv, 196 2, 12 | faith, according to the saying of the ~Apostle (1 Cor. 197 2, 13 | doth penance for his sin, saying: What have I ~done?" as 198 2, 13 | against the ~Holy Ghost, saying (Ex. 32:4): "These are thy 199 2, 13 | punishment in the life to come, saying, (Ex. 32:34): "I, in the 200 2, 16 | would ~have no reason for saying (De Verb. Dom., Serm. lxxi) 201 2, 18 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of Augustine is to be applied 202 2, 23 | same remark applies to the saying of Augustine ~(Tract. ix 203 2, 23 | we must understand the ~saying: "He loves Thee less, who 204 2, 23 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of Origen may be understood, 205 2, 24 | Joab upbraided David by saying (2 Kgs. 19:6): "Thou lovest ~ 206 2, 25 | his Rule (Ep. ccxi), the saying, ~"'charity seeks not her 207 2, 26 | now believe, not for thy saying: for ~we ourselves have 208 2, 28 | counsel, according to the saying of Sallust (Catilin.): " 209 2, 28 | contrary, The Apostle after saying (Col. 3:12): "Put ye on . . . ~ 210 2, 30 | have ~misunderstood this saying of Our Lord, so as to take 211 2, 31 | precept, according to the ~saying of Jerome [*Pelagius, Expos. 212 2, 31 | others, which is against the saying of Prov. 24:19: "Lie not 213 2, 31 | endeavor to fulfil this saying of the Gospel: 'If thy brother 214 2, 31 | public, according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Tim. ~ 215 2, 31 | others, according to ~the saying of Augustine (Ep. ad pleb. 216 2, 33 | from the vice of ~sorrow, saying (De Summo Bono ii, 37) that 217 2, 34 | represent the original ~Greek.], saying that it belongs to good 218 2, 36 | Hence the ~Apostle after saying (2 Tim. 2:14): "Contend 219 2, 37 | 2/2~We may also reply by saying that the sin of schism was 220 2, 38 | weapons, according to the saying ~of the Apostle (2 Cor. 221 2, 38 | rightly ~determined . . . saying: "Whosoever shall come up 222 2, 38 | Lord argued with the Jews, saying (Jn. 7:23): "Are you angry 223 2, 41 | The same applies to the saying of the ~Apostle. ~Aquin.: 224 2, 42 | according to the common saying, the mode is ~not included 225 2, 42 | and this is against the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. 1: 226 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of the wise man does not 227 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of the Philosopher is to 228 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of our Lord is to be understood 229 2, 53 | Be not solicitous . . . ~saying, What shall we eat, or what 230 2, 53 | like excessive solicitude, ~saying: "Be . . . not solicitous 231 2, 56 | sufficiently described by saying that it consists in rendering 232 2, 57 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of the Philosopher is to 233 2, 60 | s ~good name. First, by saying what is true, and this justly, 234 2, 60 | restitution. Secondly, by saying what is untrue ~and unjustly, 235 2, 60 | an untruth. Thirdly, by saying what is true, but ~unjustly, 236 2, 60 | untruth; for instance by saying ~that he spoke ill, or that 237 2, 60 | sown ~in us. Hence this saying is to be understood as expressing 238 2, 61 | clxvii.] ~says: "If the saying of James, 'If there shall 239 2, 61 | prejudice to justice: else the saying of Ex. ~23:3 would apply: " 240 2, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of the wise man does not 241 2, 71 | in four ways: ~first, by saying that which is false about 242 2, 72 | quoted above and from the saying of Prov. 26:20, "Where ~ 243 2, 72 | tale-bearer is only intent on ~saying what is apparently evil, 244 2, 75 | Augustine relates that the saying of a certain jester was ~ 245 2, 75 | which agrees with the saying of Prov. 20:14, "It is naught, 246 2, 75 | 13) ~pictures a man as saying: "Could anything be more 247 2, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of Chrysostom refers to 248 2, 79 | neighbor, according to the saying of Cato ~[*Dionysius Cato, 249 2, 81 | prayer, according to the saying of Is. 65:24, "And ~it shall 250 2, 81 | words, according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. ~ 251 2, 81 | things, according to the ~saying of Mt. 6:25, "Be not solicitous 252 2, 81 | beneath it, against the ~saying of the Apostle (2 Cor. 4: 253 2, 81 | Vigilantius consisted in saying that "while we live, we 254 2, 81 | resurrection, according to the saying of Ex. ~3:6, "I am the God 255 2, 81 | attending to what he was saying. ~Hence Basil says [*De 256 2, 81 | and this agrees with the saying of Prov. 28:9, "He that 257 2, 81 | Therefore either ~they lie in saying this, and so are unworthy 258 2, 81 | yet there is truth in ~the saying if it refers to a sinner 259 2, 82 | told that he addressed one, saying: "Lord, if ~I have found 260 2, 84 | appears from our Lord's saying (Mt. 5:23), "If . . . thou 261 2, 85 | paying of tithes: ~for the saying of our Lord about tithes ( 262 2, 85 | that Jacob "made a vow" saying: "If God shall be with me, 263 2, 85 | this from human custom, saying (1 Cor. ~9:7): "Who serveth 264 2, 85 | things, according to the saying ~of the Apostle (1 Cor. 265 2, 86 | made a vow to the Lord, saying: If Thou wilt deliver ~the 266 2, 86 | Hence the Apostle after ~saying (Rm. 12:1), "Present your 267 2, 86 | however, He is represented as saying (Ps. 21:26): "I will pay ~ 268 2, 87 | we are to understand the saying, 'I say to you, not to swear 269 2, 87 | words ~Jerome expounds, saying: "Observe that an oath must 270 2, 87 | Apostle swore (2 Cor. 1:23), saying: "I call ~God to witness 271 2, 90 | A[1]; Q[10], A[5]). The saying of the Philosopher is true 272 2, 92 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The saying of the Apostle that "an 273 2, 92 | we must ~understand the saying that "what is offered in 274 2, 92 | vi, 10) ~quotes Seneca as saying: "We shall adore," says 275 2, 92 | contrary, A gloss on the saying of Lev. 15:25, about the ~ 276 2, 93 | 4:35, "He rebuked him, saying: ~Hold thy peace," says: " 277 2, 95 | just as Zachary sinned in saying to the angel (Lk. 1:18): ~" 278 2, 98 | avarice, according to the saying of the ~Apostle (1 Thess. 279 2, 99 | Gregory expounding this saying of our Lord says (Hom. ~ 280 2, 102 | blind men ~commanded them, saying: "See that no man know this. 281 2, 102 | the Apostle ~declares by saying of himself (Rm. 7:23) that 282 2, 106 | QQ. sup. Josue viii). The saying of the Lord, ~"Visiting 283 2, 107 | one incurs falsehood by saying more, so does one by ~saying 284 2, 107 | saying more, so does one by ~saying less: thus it is no more 285 2, 108 | falls ~short of the truth by saying something less: and these 286 2, 108 | take in this sense the saying of Augustine that "it is 287 2, 108 | dubiously, for he begins ~by saying: "Unless perhaps it is a 288 2, 109 | not when he refrains from saying what he is, for this is ~ 289 2, 109 | we must understand the ~saying of Jerome on the words of 290 2, 112 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of the Philosopher does 291 2, 115 | Philosopher (Ethic. iv, 1). The saying of Seneca refers to liberality 292 2, 116 | covetousness. For the Apostle after saying (Rm. 1:29): "Being ~filled 293 2, 116 | disordered, according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. 6: 294 2, 117 | OBJ 1: Some expound this saying of the Apostle as referring, 295 2, 120 | life, ~according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Tim. 4: 296 2, 121 | as a special virtue, by saying: ~"To love the trials of 297 2, 121 | be virtuous," ~namely by saying that we should desire virtue 298 2, 121 | life. Hence he begins ~by saying (De Offic. i): "Now we come 299 2, 123 | prayed the third time, saying the selfsame word," says 300 2, 123 | death, to which, as the saying is, a courageous man ~is 301 2, 124 | others, according to the saying of Job 41:24,25: "He ~[Vulg.: ' 302 2, 127 | soul, ~according to the saying of Is. 61:10, "He hath clothed 303 2, 130 | many, ~according to the saying of Sallust (Catilin.) [* 304 2, 131 | this is contrary to the saying of ~Ecclus. 37:3, "O wicked 305 2, 134 | of virtue or profit." By saying "arduous" ~he refers to 306 2, 139 | promised man knowledge, ~saying (Gn. 3:5): "Ye shall be 307 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: This saying of our Lord may be expounded 308 2, 146 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of Augustine refers to gluttony 309 2, 146 | To this we must refer the saying of 3 Esdra 3:20, that "wine . . . ~ 310 2, 151 | of lust, according to the saying of the Apostle ~(Eph. 5: 311 2, 156 | which anger is taken ~in the saying of Chrysostom, for he says ( 312 2, 159 | God's, according to ~the saying of Osee 13:9, "Destruction 313 2, 159 | humility for our ~example, saying (Mt. 11:29): "Learn of Me, 314 2, 160 | the uplifting of pride, saying that ~there is "pride of 315 2, 160 | or measure, against the saying of the Apostle (2 Cor. 10: 316 2, 161 | Hence the serpent began by ~saying: "You shall be as Gods," 317 2, 161 | to man, according to the saying of the ~Philosopher at the 318 2, 161 | like God, according to the saying of Ex. 15:11, ~"Who is like 319 2, 165 | study, according to the saying of ~Jer. 9:5, "They have 320 2, 166 | persons, according to the ~saying of Augustine in his Rule ( 321 2, 166 | doctrine; hence he begins by saying: ~"Although jokes are at 322 2, 166 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of Chrysostom refers to 323 2, 167 | life" (according to the saying of the Apostle, 1 Tim. 6: 324 2, 169 | of God, according to the saying of Is. 21:10, "That which 325 2, 169 | natural reason. Hence the ~saying of Micah 7:8: "When I sit 326 2, 169 | revealed by the Seraphim saying: "Holy, Holy, Holy," ~etc. ( 327 2, 169 | we are to understand the saying of ~Gregory. Lest, however, 328 2, 169 | Isaias prophesied to Ezechias saying (Is. 38:1): "Take ~order 329 2, 169 | foretold, for example this saying of Is. ~7:14: "Behold a 330 2, 169 | we are to understand the saying of Is. 38:1: "Thou ~shalt 331 2, 169 | tendency to death": and the saying of Jonas 3:4, "Yet forty 332 2, 171 | essence, according ~to the saying of Augustine (Confess. v, 333 2, 171 | power, according to the saying of Ezechiel ~1:3: "The hand 334 2, 172 | which called to Abraham saying (Gn. 22:11): 'Lay not thy 335 2, 172 | God's representatives, saying to the people: "Thus saith 336 2, 172 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The saying of Gregory is to be referred 337 2, 173 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The saying of Damascene refers to those 338 2, 173 | the matter ~otherwise, by saying that the Apostle knew himself 339 2, 174 | tongues, as appears from the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. 14: 340 2, 178 | this is indicated by his saying in the second ~place that " 341 2, 178 | alone. ~This he expresses by saying: "Then being thus made uniform 342 2, 179 | is in keeping ~with the saying of Jeremias 31:34: "They 343 2, 179 | man ~his neighbor . . . saying: Know the Lord: for all 344 2, 181 | service, according to the saying of the Apostle (Eph. ~4: 345 2, 181 | required, according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. 12: 346 2, 182 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In this saying of our Lord something is 347 2, 182 | quotations from Chrysostom by ~saying that he speaks not of a 348 2, 182 | virtue, according to the saying of the Apostle (1 Cor. ~ 349 2, 183 | for seeking precedence, by saying to them (Mt. 20:25): "You ~ 350 2, 183 | Wherefore our Lord after saying to the young ~man: "If thou 351 2, 183 | Para. 1/3~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of our Lord can be understood 352 2, 183 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of Ambrose refers to the 353 2, 184 | faithful are to give alms saying: "If the will ~be forward, 354 2, 184 | his own, according to the saying of our Lord (Mt. 19:21), " 355 2, 184 | superiors, according to the saying of the Apostle ~(Heb. 13: 356 2, 184 | 5:3) ~the wise man after saying: "If thou hast vowed anything 357 2, 184 | will, ~according to the saying of Jerome (Ep. cxxv ad Rustic 358 2, 185 | can. Ex auctoritate) as ~saying: "By authority of this decree 359 2, 185 | on ~account of our Lord's saying (Mt. 6:25): "Be not solicitous 360 2, 185 | Apostle expresses himself, by ~saying: "That you withdraw yourselves 361 2, 186 | learning in the monastic state, saying: "Let us learn on earth 362 2, 186 | Hence the Apostle after saying ~(1 Cor. 1:5): "You are 363 2, 186 | disciples by our Lord (Mt. 6:34) saying: "Be ~not . . . solicitous 364 2, 186 | firmly to his ~opinion, saying: A monk who seeks earthly 365 2, 186 | Christ, according to the saying of Jerome (Super Matth. 366 2, 186 | Operibus Monach. xxvi]): "In saying ~this He does not forbid 367 2, 186 | 184], A[3], ad 1), this saying of our ~Lord does not mean 368 2, 186 | Monach. xxiii), "if this saying of our Lord, 'Be not solicitous 369 2, 186 | Para. 2/2~Accordingly the saying: "Be not solicitous for 370 2, 186 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The saying of Jerome applies where 371 2, 187 | thus our Lord reproves him saying: If thou wilt be ~perfect, 372 2, 187 | about whom you ~argue, saying; 'If all shut themselves 373 2, 187 | Can. xxiv in Matth.) this saying of ~our Lord was a forecast 374 2, 187 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 1: The saying: "Try the spirits, if they 375 3, 1 | Quest. Pagan., Ep. cii), ~saying (Q[2]) that "Christ wished 376 3, 2 | held at ~Constantinople, saying: "If anyone seeks to introduce 377 3, 2 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of Damascene may be taken 378 3, 2 | Para. 2/2~Secondly, this saying of Damascene may be taken 379 3, 2 | hypostases, or two supposita, saying that a man, composed ~of 380 3, 2 | there is no difference in saying that the Word of God is ~ 381 3, 3 | For nothing hinders our saying that men, who are many simply, ~ 382 3, 5 | Himself to their touch, saying: ~"Handle, and see; for 383 3, 5 | II, Act. I) we read the saying of St. Theophilus: "Just 384 3, 5 | proves that He has a soul, saying (Jn. ~10:17): 'I lay down 385 3, 5 | that He has an intellect, saying (Mt. 11:29): 'Learn of Me, ~ 386 3, 5 | concerning the soul of ~Christ, saying with the Arians, that Christ 387 3, 9 | 15): "The Jews ~wondered, saying: How doth this Man know 388 3, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of Augustine is to be understood 389 3, 10 | Eunomius understood this saying, not of the ~knowledge of 390 3, 10 | knowledge to the Son. Hence, by saying but the Father, we are given 391 3, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of Damascene regards those 392 3, 13 | whose eyes had been opened, saying: "See that no ~man know 393 3, 16 | be predicated of God by saying that God is man. ~Aquin.: 394 3, 16 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: This saying of Augustine is to be taken 395 3, 16 | maintained that He began to be, saying "there was a ~time when 396 3, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This saying of Augustine is not to be 397 3, 17 | thing and another," ~this saying is to be explained in this 398 3, 17 | Felic. ~xi), where, after saying, "In the mediator of God 399 3, 18 | adding your own words and saying ~'He shows that His will 400 3, 20 | He attributes to Himself, saying (Jn. 8:29): "I do always 401 3, 22 | the Apostle, who, after saying (Heb. 5:6), "Thou art a ~ 402 3, 24 | Wherefore the Apostle, after saying, "Who ~was made to Him of 403 3, 25 | iv, 16) quotes Basil as ~saying: "The honor given to an 404 3, 26 | Hence the ~Apostle, after saying, "Mediator of God and man, 405 3, 29 | spirit . . . cried out, saying: What ~have we to do with 406 3, 29 | Mary the wife of Joseph, saying to him (Mt. 1:20): "Fear ~ 407 3, 30 | herself right ready to do, saying: "Behold the handmaid ~of 408 3, 30 | seeing the angel, but "at his saying."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 409 3, 30 | worthiness of the conception, by saying, "Full of grace"; ~then 410 3, 30 | result to her therefrom, by ~saying, "Blessed art thou among 411 3, 30 | the conception and birth, saying: "Behold, thou shalt conceive 412 3, 30 | of the child conceived, saying: ~"He shall be great"; and 413 3, 31 | which is clear from the Lord saying unto him ~(Gn. 15:9): "Take 414 3, 31 | answers this objection by saying that ~it happened by God' 415 3, 31 | solutions (De Qq. Evang. ii), saying: "There ~are three motives 416 3, 31 | which John bore witness, saying: 'Behold Him who ~taketh 417 3, 31 | was in the patriarchs; by saying, for ~instance, that Christ 418 3, 31 | actually in the patriarchs: by saying, for ~instance, that, because 419 3, 32 | words Augustine ~expounds by saying (De Trin. iv): "Sent, in 420 3, 32 | Annunciation himself, after saying, "The Holy Ghost shall ~ 421 3, 35 | Nestorius, and it is solved by ~saying that, although we do not 422 3, 35 | Evangelist points this out by saying: "Because ~He was of the 423 3, 36 | besides that of the star, saying: "Where is He that is born 424 3, 37 | the "first-born Manasses, saying: God hath made me to forget 425 3, 38 | authority of Scripture, saying: "I am the voice of one 426 3, 38 | give, but ~only preach, saying: "He will baptize you in 427 3, 38 | the baptism of penance, ~saying: That they should believe 428 3, 39 | this is ~what He means by saying: "So it becometh us to fulfil 429 3, 39 | supposititious Opus Imperfectum) by saying that "if the ~creature" - 430 3, 39 | Behold a voice from heaven, ~saying: This is My beloved Son 431 3, 39 | Father's voice was ~heard saying: "'This is My beloved Son,' 432 3, 40 | justified by her children," saying that this is because ~the 433 3, 40 | On which Bede comments, saying that "John drank ~neither 434 3, 40 | accusation in ~His face, saying (Jn. 9:16): "This man is 435 3, 41 | the words of Mt. 4:2,3, saying that, after "He ~was hungry, 436 3, 41 | He adds other ~reasons, saying that "Christ in doing this 437 3, 41 | days and forty nights," saying that "during that time He ~ 438 3, 41 | him with a haughty rebuke, saying: "Begone, Satan."~Aquin.: 439 3, 41 | of the forbidden ~fruit, saying (Gn. 3:1): "Why hath God 440 3, 41 | tempted him] to vainglory by ~saying: "Your eyes shall be opened." 441 3, 41 | extreme height of pride, saying: "You shall be as gods, 442 3, 41 | being tempted by the ~devil saying, "If Thou be the Son of 443 3, 41 | himself the honor due to God, saying, "All these things will 444 3, 41 | exasperated, and repulsed ~him, saying, "Begone, Satan": that we 445 3, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: This saying of the Apostle is to be 446 3, 42 | hide the truth, whether by ~saying nothing or by making use 447 3, 42 | have hidden it from them by saying nothing at all.~Aquin.: 448 3, 42 | Which Augustine explains by saying: "We are not to ~believe 449 3, 43 | of the demons: first, by saying ~that Satan is not divided 450 3, 43 | Joan.), in regard to the ~saying of John the Baptist, "'That 451 3, 44 | And to this he refers by saying: "Again we ~observed that 452 3, 44 | Hom. lxxxviii in Matth.), saying that ~"the darkness in this 453 3, 44 | them who sought for one saying: 'An evil and adulterous ~ 454 3, 44 | another place we find Him saying, 'Go and declare the glory 455 3, 45 | which went before, cried saying: 'Hosanna,'" as related 456 3, 45 | testimony of the Father's voice, saying, "This is My beloved ~Son," 457 3, 45 | testimony of the Father's voice, saying, ~"This is My beloved Son," 458 3, 46 | Apostle calls it "sin," ~saying (2 Cor. 5:21): "Him that 459 3, 46 | so to speak, to Himself, saying (Ps. 21:2): "The words of ~ 460 3, 46 | for sins, according to the saying of the ~Apostle (2 Cor. 461 3, 46 | disciples came to Jesus, saying: Where wilt Thou ~that we 462 3, 46 | hour, which John recalls, saying: 'It was the Parasceve, 463 3, 49 | glory, ~according to the saying of the Apostle (Rm. 8:17): " 464 3, 49 | On the contrary, is the saying of the Apostle (Heb. 10: 465 3, 51 | mystical ~interpretation, saying that "by the teaching of 466 3, 52 | a sermon on the Passion, saying that "they ~besought Christ 467 3, 53 | conferred upon them. Also that saying in the Epistle ~to the Hebrews ( 468 3, 54 | assured His faithful ones by saying (Mt. 10:30): ~"The very 469 3, 54 | Truth may convict them, saying: 'Behold ~the man whom you 470 3, 56 | created. Accordingly, after saying that souls rise by the Divine ~ 471 3, 57 | heaven, ~according to His own saying (Jn. 14:2): "I go to prepare 472 3, 58 | purpose would be served by saying this, unless it was ~prepared 473 3, 58 | prerogative of ~Christ, saying: 'To which of the angels 474 3, 59 | Further ~on he concludes by saying: "Therefore the Father judges 475 3, 59 | Dom., Serm. cxxvii) the saying of 1 Cor. ~2:15: "The spiritual 476 3, 60 | form of ~determinate words, saying (Mt. 28:19): "Go ye and 477 3, 63 | Eccl. Hier. ii), after saying that God "by a kind of sign ~ 478 3, 64 | apostles, according to the saying of the ~Apostle (1 Cor. 479 3, 64 | Hugh of St. Victor means by saying (De Sacram. i) that "a sacrament ~ 480 3, 65 | order, according to the saying of Heb. 7:27, that priests 481 3, 66 | to the other sacraments, saying (Eccl. Hier. ii) that it ~ 482 3, 66 | followed. Nevertheless the saying that ~"Baptism is water" 483 3, 66 | power to the baptizers, saying (1 Cor. 1:12): "I am of 484 3, 66 | And this is not done by saying: "In the name of the Father, 485 3, 66 | Holy Ghost, Amen, without saying, I baptize thee in the name 486 3, 66 | baptize at the same ~time, one saying the words and the other 487 3, 67 | refers (Eccl. ~Hier. xi) saying: "It occurred to our heavenly 488 3, 68 | gloss explains Mt. 3:6, saying that in John's ~Baptism " 489 3, 68 | tied a scarlet thread, ~saying: This shall come forth the 490 3, 70 | that, All are agreed in saying that original sin was remitted ~ 491 3, 71 | teaching to precede Baptism, saying: "Go ye . . . and ~teach 492 3, 72 | His faithful (Mt. 18:20) saying: "Where ~there are two or 493 3, 73 | itself, according to ~that saying of Augustine (Confess. vii), 494 3, 73 | voice of ~Christ as it were saying to him: "Nor shalt thou 495 3, 74 | Himself to a grain of wheat, saying (Jn. 12:24): "Unless the 496 3, 74 | compared Himself to the vine, saying (Jn. 15:1): "I am the true ~ 497 3, 75 | it said: 'this is a hard saying'": to whom He rejoined: " 498 3, 75 | bodily presence as a reward, saying ~(Mt. 24:28): "Where the 499 3, 75 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: That saying of Augustine and all others 500 3, 78 | creatures into His own body, saying: 'Take ye and eat; this


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