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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | he directs his acts to a fitting ~end: "Wisdom is prudence 2 1, 1 | sciences. Therefore it is not fitting that this science should 3 1, 1 | Coel. Hier. i) it is more fitting that ~divine truths should 4 1, 1 | Therefore it does not seem ~fitting to explain the same word 5 1, 5 | virtuous good considered as ~fitting. (cf. SS, Q[141], A[3]; 6 1, 21 | sometimes ~spoken of as the fitting accompaniment of His goodness; 7 1, 22 | take counsel may not be fitting to God, from the fact that ~ 8 1, 23 | 1 ~I answer that, It is fitting that God should predestine 9 1, 23 | revealed to some, it is not fitting that it should be revealed 10 1, 25 | nothing ~except what is now fitting and just. If, however, they 11 1, 39 | Therefore it does ~not seem fitting to say that the three persons 12 1, 39 | manifestation of our faith it is fitting that the ~essential attributes 13 1, 39 | 1]), nevertheless it is fitting that it be declared ~by 14 1, 39 | appropriated to the persons in a ~fitting manner by the holy doctors?~ 15 1, 39 | does not, however, seem fitting; because one ~person does 16 1, 39 | goodness." Nor does this ~seem fitting; for "strength" is part 17 1, 39 | them, by guiding them to a fitting end; and in this sense the 18 1, 43 | sent?~(4) Whether it is fitting that each person be sent?~( 19 1, 43 | of a divine person is a fitting thing, as ~meaning in one 20 1, 43 | It would seem that it is fitting also that the Father should 21 1, 43 | another, in no way is it fitting for Him ~to be sent; but 22 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting for the Son to be sent invisibly?~ 23 1, 43 | would seem that it is not fitting for the Son to be sent ~ 24 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting for the Holy Ghost to be 25 1, 43 | certain signs; so was it fitting that the invisible missions ~ 26 1, 46 | that He produces matter fitting to the form and to the end. ~ 27 1, 46 | and according to what was fitting to ~demonstrate His power. 28 1, 61 | corporeal creature. Hence it was fitting for the angels ~to be created 29 1, 62 | operation. Therefore it was fitting for grace to be given straightway ~ 30 1, 64 | against ~opposition. It was fitting for this procuring of man' 31 1, 65 | the higher in a certain ~fitting order, as Augustine says ( 32 1, 66 | promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, then, that even from the 33 1, 67 | by means of light it was fitting ~that the world should first 34 1, 67 | Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, then, as an evidence of 35 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that the gathering together 36 1, 69 | would seem that it was not fitting that the gathering together ~ 37 1, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that the production of plants 38 1, 69 | would seem that it was not fitting that the production of ~ 39 1, 74 | the world. ~Hence it was fitting that different days should 40 1, 74 | the second day, is not ~fitting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 41 1, 74 | beginning of day. It seems fitting, also, that ~where the first 42 1, 39 | Therefore it does ~not seem fitting to say that the three persons 43 1, 39 | manifestation of our faith it is fitting that the ~essential attributes 44 1, 39 | 1]), nevertheless it is fitting that it be declared ~by 45 1, 39 | appropriated to the persons in a ~fitting manner by the holy doctors?~ 46 1, 39 | does not, however, seem fitting; because one ~person does 47 1, 39 | goodness." Nor does this ~seem fitting; for "strength" is part 48 1, 39 | them, by guiding them to a fitting end; and in this sense the 49 1, 43 | sent?~(4) Whether it is fitting that each person be sent?~( 50 1, 43 | of a divine person is a fitting thing, as ~meaning in one 51 1, 43 | It would seem that it is fitting also that the Father should 52 1, 43 | another, in no way is it fitting for Him ~to be sent; but 53 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting for the Son to be sent invisibly?~ 54 1, 43 | would seem that it is not fitting for the Son to be sent ~ 55 1, 43 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting for the Holy Ghost to be 56 1, 43 | certain signs; so was it fitting that the invisible missions ~ 57 1, 47 | that He produces matter fitting to the form and to the end. ~ 58 1, 47 | and according to what was fitting to ~demonstrate His power. 59 1, 62 | corporeal creature. Hence it was fitting for the angels ~to be created 60 1, 63 | operation. Therefore it was fitting for grace to be given straightway ~ 61 1, 65 | against ~opposition. It was fitting for this procuring of man' 62 1, 66 | the higher in a certain ~fitting order, as Augustine says ( 63 1, 67 | promised to the saints. It was ~fitting, then, that even from the 64 1, 68 | by means of light it was fitting ~that the world should first 65 1, 68 | Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, then, as an evidence of 66 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that the gathering together 67 1, 70 | would seem that it was not fitting that the gathering together ~ 68 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that the production of plants 69 1, 70 | would seem that it was not fitting that the production of ~ 70 1, 73 | the world. ~Hence it was fitting that different days should 71 1, 73 | the second day, is not ~fitting.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] A[ 72 1, 73 | beginning of day. It seems fitting, also, that ~where the first 73 1, 90 | lower creatures, it was fitting that in the ~production 74 1, 90 | by creation. But it was fitting that ~the human body should 75 1, 90 | like its effect, it is not fitting that a pure ~form, not existing 76 1, 91 | heavenly bodies, from some ~fitting matter and not from seed: 77 1, 91 | been imperfect. Nor ~was it fitting for the common good to be 78 1, 93 | regards animal life, it is fitting that it should have that 79 1, 93 | opinion, however, is not fitting as regards the integrity 80 1, 95 | this ~would not have been fitting unless these gifts conduced 81 1, 97 | is incorruptible, it ~is fitting that the multitude of individuals 82 1, 98 | generation. Hence it was fitting that all ~should generate, 83 1, 101 | Greek for garden." It was fitting that it should be in the 84 1, 101 | the left: ~hence it was fitting that God should place the 85 1, 101 | of an even temperament, a fitting place for ~him should be 86 1, 101 | two conditions, it ~is a fitting abode for the angelic nature: 87 1, 101 | creatures." ~Hence it is fitting that the spiritual nature 88 1, 101 | second ~condition, it is a fitting abode for the state of beatitude, 89 1, 101 | corporeal creation: it is a fitting abode for man ~in regard 90 1, 101 | before ~sin paradise was a fitting abode for man. Therefore 91 1, 101 | answer that, Paradise was a fitting abode for man as regards 92 1, 101 | The empyrean heaven was a fitting abode for the angels as ~ 93 1, 102 | produce the best," it is not ~fitting that the supreme goodness 94 1, 102 | hath God endowed with every fitting detail of their nature." 95 1, 104 | effects according to what is fitting to them; and therefore, 96 1, 104 | therefore, since ~it cannot be fitting for a body to be moved without 97 1, 106 | says ~(Moral. ii): "It is fitting that our mind, rising above 98 1, 112 | angels?~(4) Whether it is fitting for each man to have an 99 1, 112 | all men. But it was not fitting ~that he should have an 100 1, 117 | perfection. Now it was not fitting that God should begin His ~ 101 1, 117 | Consequently it was ~not fitting that God should make the 102 2, 2 | delighted is that he has some fitting good, either in reality, 103 2, 2 | at least in memory. Now a fitting good, if indeed it be the ~ 104 2, 2 | evident that good which is fitting to the body, and ~which 105 2, 3 | by ~the angels, it seems fitting enough, that man's happiness 106 2, 9 | apprehended as good ~and fitting, moves the will by way of 107 2, 9 | thing appear to ~be good and fitting, happens from two causes: 108 2, 9 | in various ways, as being fitting or ~unfitting. Wherefore 109 2, 9 | something seems to him fitting, which does not ~seem so 110 2, 10 | judges something to be fitting and good, which he ~would 111 2, 10 | done in a way which is ~fitting to the nature of that thing. 112 2, 10 | necessity, ~which is not fitting to its nature; than for 113 2, 17 | soon as they apprehend the fitting or the unfitting, their 114 2, 30 | concupiscence is of the fitting good, since it proceeds ~ 115 2, 38 | to be doing that which is fitting according to his ~actual 116 2, 57 | making of a syllogism or of a fitting speech, or the work ~of 117 2, 58 | rectifies the choice of fitting means ~towards the due end. 118 2, 61 | virtuous habits: because it is ~fitting that every moral virtue, 119 2, 77 | self-love, whereby man desires a fitting good ~for himself, is right 120 2, 85 | of Divine ~wisdom, at a fitting time. Because it is right 121 2, 86 | purpose of doing good and fitting actions. Now, when the soul ~ 122 2, 98 | direction. Consequently it was fitting that the perfect law of 123 2, 98 | this reason does not seem fitting: because that people turned 124 2, 98 | born of them. For it was fitting that the people, of whom ~ 125 2, 98 | might be born thereof; a ~fitting answer is given by Augustine ( 126 2, 98 | explains. ~Therefore it was fitting that the Old Law should 127 2, 98 | answer that, It was most fitting for the Law to be given 128 2, 98 | desire to do. Hence it was ~fitting that the Law should be given 129 2, 98 | exuberance of sin: for it was fitting that ~this help should be 130 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 1: It was not fitting for the Old Law to be given 131 2, 98 | freed from slavery, it was fitting that ~they should be given 132 2, 98 | or state to which it is fitting for the law to be directed," 133 2, 99 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It was fitting that the Divine law should 134 2, 99 | temporalities. It was therefore fitting that the Old Law should 135 2, 100 | heart." Therefore it was not fitting that mention of the memory 136 2, 101 | ministers, with the view ~of fitting them for the Divine worship: 137 2, 102 | life. ~Therefore it was fitting that living animals rather 138 2, 102 | sacrifices can be assigned to a fitting cause.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 139 2, 102 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it was fitting that these animals should 140 2, 102 | burnt up. For it was not fitting that the priests should ~ 141 2, 102 | God. Therefore it was not fitting that ~certain days should 142 2, 102 | 19:8). Moreover it was fitting that the dignity of the ~ 143 2, 104 | and consequently it is ~fitting that other moral precepts 144 2, 105 | Whether the Old Law enjoined fitting precepts concerning rulers?~ 145 2, 105 | relationships the Old Law contained fitting precepts. Thus, with regard ~ 146 2, 106 | spiritual. Therefore it was not fitting for it to be given from 147 2, 106 | assigned why it was not fitting for ~the New Law to be given 148 2, 110 | reason, that it is not fitting that God should provide 149 2, 1 | articulus," signifies a fitting together of distinct ~parts: 150 2, 1 | faith. Therefore it is not ~fitting that there should be more 151 2, 4 | Para. 1/1~Whether this is a fitting definition of faith: "Faith 152 2, 12 | received the faith: and it is fitting that they should ~be punished 153 2, 12 | second is when something fitting is denied of Him; and the 154 2, 12 | unfitting things, or to deny ~fitting things of God, differ merely 155 2, 13 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting to distinguish six kinds 156 2, 15 | them, and so it was not fitting that the aforesaid precepts ~ 157 2, 21 | hope!" Therefore it is ~fitting that some precepts should 158 2, 37 | excommunication is not a fitting punishment for schismatics.~ 159 2, 37 | and in ~this respect the fitting punishment for schismatics 160 2, 38 | shed blood, and it is more ~fitting that they should be ready 161 2, 41 | OBJ 4: Further, the most fitting way of safeguarding and 162 2, 42 | an end or a means, it is fitting that ~there should be two 163 2, 42 | thy whole ~heart," it was fitting to add "and with thy whole 164 2, 45 | well of such things as are fitting for an evil ~end, has false 165 2, 45 | similarity, ~because he devises fitting ways of committing robbery. 166 2, 45 | prudence, because it devises fitting ~ways of obtaining a good 167 2, 45 | thus when a ~man devises fitting ways of conducting business 168 2, 47 | considered in itself, to be a fitting way to arouse ~love in his 169 2, 53 | every time ~has its own fitting proper solicitude; thus 170 2, 54 | A[6]). Hence it was not ~fitting that the precepts of the 171 2, 54 | A[8]): ~and so it was fitting that the Law should contain 172 2, 56 | definition of justice is fitting if ~understood aright. For 173 2, 60 | that he may restore it at a fitting time, or hand it over to 174 2, 62 | in order that they may be fitting ~ministers of the New Testament.~ 175 2, 62 | penalties, so that it was fitting for them to slay with their 176 2, 62 | welfare, and so it is not fitting for them to meddle with 177 2, 63 | his ~members, he becomes a fitting matter for imprisonment.~ 178 2, 69 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting that the law should debar 179 2, 75 | defective by lacking a ~fitting quality. But in order to 180 2, 81 | power?~(2) Whether it is fitting to pray to God?~(3) Whether 181 2, 81 | repentance." ~Therefore it is not fitting that we should pray to God.~ 182 2, 81 | xii, 21), whatever ~it is fitting the blessed should know 183 2, 86 | deliberation of the mind, it is ~fitting that those alone should 184 2, 86 | and such a ~thing is not fitting matter for a vow. Consequently 185 2, 92 | visible ~sacrifices are fitting with regard to other gods, 186 2, 92 | it were something good or fitting in itself, but as being ~ 187 2, 92 | manifest, it is assigned as a fitting punishment of the sin of 188 2, 97 | this does not seem to be a fitting ~punishment of sacrilege.~ 189 2, 97 | 17). In this respect the fitting punishment of one ~guilty 190 2, 98 | Therefore it is not a fitting punishment for a person 191 2, 99 | instance, if he ~be ill, it is fitting that his children should 192 2, 99 | cure; if he be poor, it is fitting that they should support 193 2, 99 | principle, it is essentially ~fitting for a father to support 194 2, 100 | subjects, wherefore it is fitting that he should be considered ~ 195 2, 112 | Ethic. iv, 6), "it is not fitting to please and ~displease 196 2, 112 | behave towards all in a fitting manner.~ 197 2, 115 | safety in order to make fitting use of it.~Aquin.: SMT SS 198 2, 115 | belongs to ~liberality to make fitting use of money, and consequently 199 2, 115 | consequently to give it in a ~fitting manner, since this is a 200 2, 115 | to those to whom ~it were fitting for him to give.~Aquin.: 201 2, 115 | loves it: so that when it is fitting ~he gives it not only to 202 2, 118 | Constitutions, under Law i: "It is fitting and lawful that We alone ~ 203 2, 120 | creatures. Hence it was fitting that it should be placed 204 2, 120 | Therefore ~neither was it fitting to have precepts forbidding 205 2, 139 | a certain ~moderate and fitting proportion, and this is 206 2, 145 | spirit" (Gal. 5:17), it was fitting that the Church ~should 207 2, 145 | Church fasts: and yet it is fitting ~that even during that time 208 2, 145 | this ~interpretation, it is fitting that dispensations should 209 2, 145 | Decalogue. Wherefore it is fitting we should punish that same 210 2, 145 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting that those who fast should 211 2, 150 | the flesh, should it be ~fitting for him to do so: even as 212 2, 150 | done better, if it ~were fitting for him to do it then; and 213 2, 151 | everything to ~its end in a fitting manner. Wherefore it is 214 2, 151 | use of certain things in a fitting manner and ~order for the 215 2, 152 | things ~according as it is fitting. This may be observed both 216 2, 156 | division of anger is not fitting.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[158] A[ 217 2, 156 | hatred. ~Wherefore it was fitting to reckon that hatred arises 218 2, 159 | perfect. To Him humility ~is fitting, not as regards His Divine 219 2, 162 | original innocence, it was fitting ~that obstacles should be 220 2, 162 | De Trin. iii, ~4), it was fitting that, besides the sword 221 2, 163 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting for man to be tempted by 222 2, 163 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether it was fitting for man to be tempted by 223 2, 163 | would seem that it was not fitting for man to be tempted by ~ 224 2, 163 | another. Wherefore it was fitting that God should both allow ~ 225 2, 163 | into evil. Hence it was fitting that by an evil angel man ~ 226 2, 163 | the first temptation was fitting?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 227 2, 163 | first temptation ~was not fitting. For just as in the order 228 2, 163 | it would have been more fitting for man to be tempted with 229 2, 163 | the ~first temptation was fitting.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[165] A[ 230 2, 166 | Although jokes are at times fitting and pleasant, nevertheless 231 2, 170 | and at the same time the fitting disposition as ~requisite 232 2, 172 | benefit the nations, it was fitting to begin ~when this city," 233 2, 174 | nations." ~Now it was not fitting that they who were being 234 2, 174 | all tongues, it was more fitting that they should speak in 235 2, 177 | signification would not be fitting if there were more ~than 236 2, 181 | Therefore it were more fitting for things pertaining to 237 2, 182 | place as he shall choose fitting." And Jerome says (Ad Rustic. ~ 238 2, 184 | religious state is a most fitting ~place for penance. Hence ( 239 2, 186 | stated above (A[2]), it is fitting for a religious ~order to 240 2, 186 | weapons. Therefore it is most fitting for a religious order to 241 2, 186 | Himself ~was to come." It was fitting, however, that in addition 242 2, 186 | reads?" Hence it is clearly fitting that a religious ~order 243 2, 186 | what one has ~acquired at a fitting time for one's necessary 244 2, 186 | religious life. For it is fitting that a ~religious order 245 2, 186 | necessaries of life procured at a fitting time. This, ~our Lord, the 246 2, 187 | Almighty God"; and this is most fitting, according to Lam. 3:27, " 247 3, 1 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is fitting for God to become incarnate?~( 248 3, 1 | actual?~(5) Whether it was fitting for God to become incarnate 249 3, 1 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that God should become incarnate?~ 250 3, 1 | would seem that it was not fitting for God to become ~incarnate. 251 3, 1 | flesh. Therefore it was most fitting for Him ~not to be united 252 3, 1 | flesh. Therefore it was not fitting for God to become ~incarnate.~ 253 3, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, it is not fitting to unite things that are 254 3, 1 | even as it would not be a fitting union if one were "to paint 255 3, 1 | flesh. Therefore it was not fitting that God should be united 256 3, 1 | evil. Therefore it was not fitting that the ~highest uncreated 257 3, 1 | contrary, It would seem most fitting that by visible things the ~ 258 3, 1 | is manifest that it was fitting ~that God should become 259 3, 1 | it to Himself. But it is fitting ~that a creature which by 260 3, 1 | unity of person was not fitting to ~human flesh, according 261 3, 1 | dignity; nevertheless, it was fitting that God, by reason of His 262 3, 1 | And therefore it ~could be fitting to God to assume a nature 263 3, 1 | that there was not a more fitting way of healing our misery."~ 264 3, 1 | other - for this was our fitting remedy. ~Unless He was God, 265 3, 1 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether it was fitting that God should become incarnate 266 3, 1 | It would seem that it was fitting that God should become ~ 267 3, 1 | their sin. ~Therefore it was fitting that God should become incarnate 268 3, 1 | became incarnate at the most fitting time; and ~it was not fitting 269 3, 1 | fitting time; and ~it was not fitting that God should become incarnate 270 3, 1 | manifest ~that it was not fitting for God to become incarnate 271 3, 1 | Body Para. 2/5~Nor was it fitting that God should become incarnate 272 3, 1 | answer that, As it was not fitting that God should become incarnate 273 3, 1 | world, so also it was not fitting that the ~Incarnation should 274 3, 1 | came when He knew it was fitting to ~succor, and when His 275 3, 1 | 3~Thirdly, this appears fitting to the manifestation of 276 3, 3 | 8) Whether it was more fitting for the Person of the Son 277 3, 3 | 1/1~Whether it was more fitting that the Person of the Son 278 3, 3 | seem that it was not more fitting that the Son of God ~should 279 3, 3 | the Son. Hence it seems fitting that the Person of the Father, ~ 280 3, 3 | of God." Therefore it was fitting that the Person of ~the 281 3, 3 | answer that, It was most fitting that the Person of the Son 282 3, 3 | with a creature, it was fitting that the creature ~should 283 3, 3 | perfection of man it was fitting that the ~very Word of God 284 3, 3 | heirs also." Hence it was fitting that ~by Him Who is the 285 3, 3 | and evil. Hence it was ~fitting that by the Word of true 286 3, 3 | God. And hence it was more fitting to man's justification ~ 287 3, 4 | this way, it ~would not be fitting that it should be assumed 288 3, 4 | nature. Therefore it was fitting that human nature should 289 3, 4 | reason all. ~Hence it was fitting for the Son of God to assume 290 3, 4 | Thirdly, because ~it is fitting that as one Divine suppositum 291 3, 4 | many. Hence it was most ~fitting that by one man all the 292 3, 4 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for the Son of God to assume 293 3, 4 | would seem that it was not fitting for the Son of God to ~assume 294 3, 4 | Heb. ~7:26): "For it was fitting that we should have such 295 3, 4 | unalterable. Hence ~it was not fitting that He should assume human 296 3, 4 | highest innocence, it was fitting that ~between the first 297 3, 5 | Q[4], A[1]), that it was fitting for the Son of God to ~assume 298 3, 5 | 26). Hence it was more ~fitting that the apparitions of 299 3, 6 | beginning. But this is not fitting, if we suppose that it was 300 3, 6 | corrupted. So likewise it is not fitting to suppose that this soul 301 3, 7 | And hence ~it was most fitting that His soul should receive 302 3, 7 | 24. ~Therefore it was not fitting for Christ to have the gratuitous 303 3, 8 | OBJ 2: Further, it is not fitting for the head to have a head. 304 3, 8 | animals; and this is not fitting.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[2] 305 3, 9 | reduced to act. But it ~was fitting that the Son of God should 306 3, 9 | stated above (A[1]), it was fitting that the human ~nature assumed 307 3, 9 | And hence it was more fitting for Christ ~to possess a 308 3, 11 | above (Q[9], A[1]), it was fitting that the ~soul of Christ 309 3, 11 | were useless, which is not fitting. Therefore it seems that 310 3, 11 | knowledge. Therefore it was fitting for Him to know all things 311 3, 11 | tends to ~everything in fitting place and time. And hence 312 3, 12 | knowledge; ~which is not fitting. Therefore Christ did not 313 3, 12 | above (A[2]). Now as a fitting age is required for a man 314 3, 14 | because it would seem ~more fitting for the devil's power to 315 3, 14 | does not seem to have ~been fitting that the Son of God assumed 316 3, 14 | to me." Therefore it was fitting for the Son of God to assume ~ 317 3, 14 | 1~I answer that, It was fitting for the body assumed by 318 3, 14 | grace. And thus it was not fitting for Him to ~assume all human 319 3, 21 | Therefore it does ~not seem fitting that Christ should pray.~ 320 3, 21 | rise tomorrow. Nor is ~it fitting that anyone should ask in 321 3, 21 | happen. Therefore it was ~not fitting that He should ask anything 322 3, 21 | beatitude. Therefore it was not ~fitting that Christ should pray.~ 323 3, 21 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that Christ should pray 324 3, 21 | would seem that it was not fitting that Christ should pray 325 3, 21 | wished." Therefore it was not fitting that He should pray for 326 3, 21 | thereof, and therefore it was ~fitting that He should pray to Him 327 3, 22 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is fitting that Christ should be a 328 3, 22 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting that Christ should be a 329 3, 22 | priests." Therefore it is not fitting that Christ should be a 330 3, 22 | Himself." Therefore it is most fitting that Christ should ~be a 331 3, 22 | And therefore it is not fitting ~for Christ to be the recipient 332 3, 22 | Christ." Therefore it is not fitting that Christ should ~receive 333 3, 23 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it is fitting that God should adopt sons?~( 334 3, 23 | sons?~(2) Whether this is fitting to God the Father alone?~( 335 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting that God should adopt sons?~ 336 3, 23 | would seem that it is not fitting that God should adopt sons. ~ 337 3, 23 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting that the whole Trinity should 338 3, 24 | 4]). Therefore it is not fitting that Christ be ~predestinated.~ 339 3, 25 | any relics of theirs in a fitting manner: principally their 340 3, 26 | Further, that which is fitting to angels, both good and 341 3, 26 | between God and man is ~fitting to the good angels, as Dionysius 342 3, 26 | Div. Nom. iv). It is also ~fitting to the bad angels - that 343 3, 27 | Concep. Virg. xviii), "it was fitting ~that this Virgin should 344 3, 27 | the flesh." But it was not fitting ~that anything should be 345 3, 27 | Incarnation, yet it does not seem fitting that any one should be freed ~ 346 3, 28 | 1] Body Para. 2/5~It is fitting for four reasons that Christ 347 3, 28 | natural Son of God, it was not fitting that ~He should have another 348 3, 28 | the Word of God, it was fitting ~that it also should be 349 3, 28 | very Word of God, it was ~fitting that it should be born of 350 3, 28 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, this is fitting as regards the effect of 351 3, 28 | Para. 3/3~Thirdly, it was fitting that He Who commanded us 352 3, 28 | of God. It was therefore fitting that her ~virginity should 353 3, 29 | Therefore it does not seem ~fitting that the Mother of God should 354 3, 29 | 12~I answer that, It was fitting that Christ should be born 355 3, 29 | Body Para. 5/12~It was also fitting for the sake of the Virgin. 356 3, 29 | Body Para. 8/12~This was fitting, again, for our sake. First, 357 3, 30 | 3~I answer that, It was fitting for the mystery of the Incarnation 358 3, 30 | Ghost." Therefore it was fitting that she ~should be informed 359 3, 30 | troubled. Therefore it was not fitting that this announcement ~ 360 3, 30 | Virgin. And this indeed was fitting, first in regard to ~that 361 3, 30 | Para. 2/3~Secondly, it was fitting as regards the dignity of 362 3, 31 | Gospels;~(4) Whether it was fitting for Christ to be born of 363 3, 31 | should be despised, it was fitting that He should take flesh 364 3, 31 | was corrupt, it was not fitting that He should ~bring corruption 365 3, 35 | Whether Christ was born at a fitting time?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 366 3, 35 | Christ was not born at a fitting time. Because ~Christ came 367 3, 35 | Christ was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 368 3, 35 | that He was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 369 3, 35 | that He was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 370 3, 35 | Christ was born at a ~most fitting time.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] 371 3, 35 | earth. Therefore it was a fitting time for the ~birth of Christ, 372 3, 35 | Para. 3/3~Again, it was fitting that Christ should be born 373 3, 36 | seen. And ~therefore it was fitting that His first coming should 374 3, 36 | known. Therefore it was not ~fitting that Christ should Himself 375 3, 36 | water.' ~Moreover, it was fitting that He should not begin 376 3, 36 | man. Therefore it was not fitting that ~Christ's birth should 377 3, 36 | rational beings, it was ~fitting that a rational animal [* 378 3, 36 | hidden. And therefore it was ~fitting that this birth should be 379 3, 36 | observes, this does not seem fitting to a star, but "of some 380 3, 37 | victim. Therefore it was not fitting that ~another victim should 381 3, 37 | It was therefore more fitting that a lamb should be ~offered 382 3, 37 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that the Mother of God should 383 3, 37 | her. Therefore it was ~not fitting that the Blessed Virgin 384 3, 38 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting that John should baptize?~( 385 3, 38 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that John should baptize?~ 386 3, 38 | would seem that it was not fitting that John should baptize. ~ 387 3, 38 | law. Therefore it was not fitting that he should ~introduce 388 3, 38 | 4~I answer that, It was fitting for John to baptize, for 389 3, 38 | and thus ~it would seem fitting that the baptism of John 390 3, 38 | Resurrection. Much less fitting, therefore, was it for the ~ 391 3, 38 | answer that, It was not fitting for the baptism of John 392 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that Christ should be baptized?~ 393 3, 39 | would seem that it was not fitting for Christ to be baptized. ~ 394 3, 39 | be washed. But it was not fitting for Christ to ~be washed, 395 3, 39 | 1~I answer that, It was fitting for Christ to be baptized. 396 3, 39 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: It was fitting that Christ should not only 397 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to be baptized 398 3, 39 | baptisms. ~Therefore it was not fitting for Christ to be baptized 399 3, 39 | the Truth," it ~was not fitting that He should receive that 400 3, 39 | Consequently it was more fitting that He should receive the ~ 401 3, 39 | it follows that it was fitting that He ~should not receive 402 3, 39 | Christ was baptized at a fitting time?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] 403 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 4: It was not fitting that Christ should be baptized 404 3, 39 | Consequently it was not fitting that John should baptize 405 3, 39 | like manner, neither was it fitting that he ~should baptize 406 3, 39 | back. ~Therefore it was not fitting that Christ should be baptized 407 3, 39 | baptism. Therefore it ~was fitting that Christ should be baptized 408 3, 39 | alone. And therefore it was fitting that Christ should be baptized ~ 409 3, 39 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is fitting to say that when Christ 410 3, 39 | would seem that it is not fitting to say that when Christ 411 3, 39 | Ghost." Therefore it was fitting that when our Lord was baptized 412 3, 39 | life." Therefore it was fitting that the Holy Ghost should 413 3, 40 | the truth." Hence it was fitting ~not that He should hide 414 3, 40 | Rm. 5:2). And thus it was fitting that He should give men ~ 415 3, 40 | with men. Now it is most fitting that he who associates with ~ 416 3, 40 | And ~therefore it was most fitting that Christ should conform 417 3, 40 | 4~I answer that, It was fitting for Christ to lead a life 418 3, 42 | 4~I answer that, It was fitting that Christ's preaching, 419 3, 42 | people; so neither was it fitting for Him to neglect the Gentiles ~ 420 3, 42 | 4~I answer that, It was fitting that Christ should not commit 421 3, 42 | teaching. Consequently it was fitting that Christ, as the most 422 3, 43 | infirmity. Therefore it was not fitting that He should ~work miracles 423 3, 43 | And therefore it ~was most fitting that He should work miracles. 424 3, 43 | absolutely, but that ~it was not fitting for Him to do them: for 425 3, 43 | xxi in Joan.), "it ~was fitting that He should not begin 426 3, 44 | Whether those miracles were fitting which Christ worked in spiritual ~ 427 3, 44 | out." ~Consequently it was fitting that, among other miracles, 428 3, 44 | heaven." Therefore it was not fitting to show forth to men other 429 3, 44 | apostolic office. Nor was ~it fitting that the mystery of Christ 430 3, 44 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that Christ should work 431 3, 44 | 3: Further, it was more fitting that Christ should work 432 3, 44 | word." Therefore it was fitting that Christ should ~work 433 3, 44 | by Him." Therefore it was fitting that ~Christ, by miraculously 434 3, 44 | Consequently it was not ~fitting that Christ should heal 435 3, 45 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting that Christ should be transfigured?~( 436 3, 45 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that Christ should be transfigured?~ 437 3, 45 | would seem that it was not fitting that Christ should be ~transfigured. 438 3, 45 | transfigured. For it is not fitting for a true body to be changed 439 3, 45 | God." Therefore it was ~fitting that He should show His 440 3, 45 | them. Consequently it was ~fitting that witnesses should be 441 3, 45 | only. It was therefore ~fitting that He should choose men 442 3, 45 | baptism. Therefore it was not fitting that He should bear ~witness 443 3, 45 | words. Therefore it was fitting at the time of His transfiguration, ~ 444 3, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It was fitting that the disciples should 445 3, 46 | means?~(4) Whether it was fitting for Christ to suffer on 446 3, 46 | place;~(11) Whether it was fitting for Him to be crucified 447 3, 46 | will, it does not seem fitting that Christ's Passion should 448 3, 46 | Further, it seems most fitting that whatsoever keeps something ~ 449 3, 46 | It was accordingly more fitting that we ~should be delivered 450 3, 46 | bondage. And ~therefore it was fitting that through justice man 451 3, 46 | Passion. This was also a fitting means of overthrowing the 452 3, 46 | Therefore it does not seem fitting for Christ to be crucified.~ 453 3, 46 | answer that, It was most fitting that Christ should suffer 454 3, 46 | atone for ~that sin, it was fitting that Christ should suffer 455 3, 46 | world." Consequently it was fitting for man's salvation that 456 3, 46 | Jerusalem." Therefore it was fitting that He should die in ~Jerusalem.~ 457 3, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to be crucified 458 3, 46 | thieves. Therefore it ~was not fitting for Christ to be crucified 459 3, 46 | seems, then, much less ~fitting for Christ to suffer with 460 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 2: It was not fitting that anyone else should 461 3, 47 | suffer?~(4) Whether it was fitting that He should suffer at 462 3, 47 | sacrifices." Therefore it was fitting that the sacrifice of Christ' 463 3, 47 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to suffer at 464 3, 47 | s death, ~it would seem fitting that very few should sin 465 3, 47 | let us kill him." It seems fitting, therefore, that the ~Gentiles 466 3, 47 | the Son of ~God." It seems fitting, therefore, that Christ 467 3, 47 | Gentiles. ~Consequently it was fitting that Christ should begin 468 3, 50 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting that Christ should die?~( 469 3, 50 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting that Christ should die?~ 470 3, 50 | would seem that it was not fitting that Christ should die. 471 3, 50 | Therefore it ~does not seem fitting for Christ to die.~Aquin.: 472 3, 50 | seems that neither was it fitting for ~Christ to die.~Aquin.: 473 3, 50 | 1~I answer that, It was fitting for Christ to die. First 474 3, 50 | the death." Now it is a ~fitting way of satisfying for another 475 3, 51 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting for Christ to be buried?~( 476 3, 51 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to be buried?~ 477 3, 51 | Therefore it does ~not seem fitting for Christ to have been 478 3, 51 | salvation. Therefore, it was not fitting for Him to be buried.~Aquin.: 479 3, 51 | 1 ~I answer that, It was fitting for Christ to be buried. 480 3, 51 | answer that, It was not fitting for Christ's body to putrefy, 481 3, 51 | Therefore it was more ~fitting for Christ's body to be 482 3, 51 | sepulchre. And so it was fitting for Christ to be ~in the 483 3, 52 | inquiry:~(1) Whether it was fitting for Christ to descend into 484 3, 52 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to descend into 485 3, 52 | would seem that it was not fitting for Christ to descend into ~ 486 3, 52 | Therefore it does not seem fitting for Christ's soul ~to descend 487 3, 52 | Consequently, it was not ~fitting that Christ should descend 488 3, 52 | motion. Therefore it was not fitting for ~Christ to descend into 489 3, 52 | 1/1~I answer that It was fitting for Christ to descend into 490 3, 52 | Consequently since it was ~fitting for Christ to die in order 491 3, 52 | us from death, so it was ~fitting for Him to descend into 492 3, 52 | Secondly, because it was ~fitting when the devil was overthrown 493 3, 52 | itself. ~Nevertheless it was fitting that His soul should abide 494 3, 53 | Para. 1/1~Whether it was fitting for Christ to rise again 495 3, 53 | Christ's power, it ~was fitting that He should rise on the 496 3, 54 | defect. Therefore it was not ~fitting for Christ, the author of 497 3, 54 | does not therefore seem fitting for the open ~wounds to 498 3, 54 | 1 ~I answer that, It was fitting for Christ's soul at His 499 3, 55 | individuals?~(2) Whether it was fitting that they should see Him 500 3, 55 | Resurrection?~(4) Whether it was fitting for Him to appeal to the


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