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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 5 | if that man had not been born" ~(Mt. 26:24). Therefore 2 1, 14 | knew that Christ would be born. But He does not know ~now 3 1, 14 | now that Christ will be born; because Christ is not to 4 1, 14 | because Christ is not to be born in the ~future. Therefore 5 1, 14 | thing to ~say "Christ is born" and "will be born" and " 6 1, 14 | Christ is born" and "will be born" and "was born"; because 7 1, 14 | will be born" and "was born"; because the same ~thing 8 1, 14 | He knows that Christ is born, which means the same thing 9 1, 14 | as ~that Christ will be born. This opinion, however, 10 1, 19 | happen that a ~child is born unlike its father in accidental 11 1, 23 | For when they were not yet born, nor had done any good or ~ 12 1, 23 | that conception Jacob was born, and he was ~predestined. 13 1, 23 | happened if he had ~never been born. Therefore predestination 14 1, 27 | said to be generated and born. But what proceeds in God 15 1, 27 | proceeds as generated and born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 16 1, 27 | the Word is begotten and born by way of ~likeness, it 17 1, 27 | nature, but is not said to be born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 18 1, 33 | whereby He is called the First Born of creatures. Hence the ~ 19 1, 33 | That He may be the First Born among many ~brethren," after 20 1, 34 | asserted that the Son was born by being uttered, as ~Hilary 21 1, 35 | nevertheless is not said to be ~"born"; so, although He receives 22 1, 38 | Trin. iv, 20): "As 'to be born' is, ~for the Son, to be 23 1, 40 | so called ~because He is born. Therefore paternity also 24 1, 41 | them to be; but the Son, born of God, ~subsists in the 25 1, 41 | that He might be the first born of many ~brethren." Therefore 26 1, 41 | in the same way as man is born of man; for a part of the ~ 27 1, 41 | we say that the Son was born of the Father, the ~preposition " 28 1, 42 | that "He is ever ~being born," as Origen said (Hom. in 29 1, 42 | is better to say "ever ~born," so that "ever" may denote 30 1, 42 | permanence of eternity, and "born" ~the perfection of the 31 1, 51 | at that giants should be ~born of them; for they were not 32 1, 51 | iii), so that the person born is not the ~child of a demon, 33 1, 74 | 3:5: "Unless a man be ~born again of water and the Holy 34 1, 75 | written ~(Wis. 2:2), "We are born of nothing"; which is true, 35 1, 38 | Trin. iv, 20): "As 'to be born' is, ~for the Son, to be 36 1, 40 | so called ~because He is born. Therefore paternity also 37 1, 41 | them to be; but the Son, born of God, ~subsists in the 38 1, 41 | that He might be the first born of many ~brethren." Therefore 39 1, 41 | in the same way as man is born of man; for a part of the ~ 40 1, 41 | we say that the Son was born of the Father, the ~preposition " 41 1, 42 | that "He is ever ~being born," as Origen said (Hom. in 42 1, 42 | is better to say "ever ~born," so that "ever" may denote 43 1, 42 | permanence of eternity, and "born" ~the perfection of the 44 1, 52 | at that giants should be ~born of them; for they were not 45 1, 52 | iii), so that the person born is not the ~child of a demon, 46 1, 73 | 3:5: "Unless a man be ~born again of water and the Holy 47 1, 74 | written ~(Wis. 2:2), "We are born of nothing"; which is true, 48 1, 83 | for instance, a man who is born blind can have no knowledge ~ 49 1, 83 | wanting. And thus a man born blind could have knowledge 50 1, 92 | Person of the Father; those born of man ~denote the person 51 1, 92 | Moreover the Word of God is born of God by the knowledge 52 1, 92 | man to ~the verbal concept born of the knowledge of God, 53 1, 93 | which Christ gave to the man born blind were not different 54 1, 95 | a defect of nature, are born ~weak and deficient, others 55 1, 95 | for some would have been born of others; nor would sexual 56 1, 95 | stars, some would have been born more robust in body than 57 1, 98 | innocence man would have been born, yet not ~subject to corruption. 58 1, 98 | state, women would have been born?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 59 1, 98 | woman would not have ~been born. For the Philosopher says ( 60 1, 98 | women would not have been born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 61 1, 98 | males would always have been born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 62 1, 98 | no need for women to be born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 63 1, 98 | female would have been ~born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 64 1, 99 | Whether men would have been born in a state of righteousness?~( 65 1, 99 | Whether they would have been born confirmed in righteousness?~ 66 1, 99 | Whether men would have been born in a state of righteousness?~ 67 1, 99 | men would not have ~been born in a state of righteousness. 68 1, 99 | children ~would not have been born righteous.~Aquin.: SMT FP 69 1, 99 | children would have been born, not with the ~righteousness 70 1, 99 | conclude that if children were born in original righteousness, 71 1, 99 | they would ~also have been born in grace; thus we have said 72 1, 99 | children would have been born confirmed ~in righteousness?~ 73 1, 99 | children would have ~been born confirmed in righteousness. 74 1, 99 | children would have been born of him but such as ~were 75 1, 99 | Therefore all would have been ~born confirmed in righteousness.~ 76 1, 99 | children would have been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~ 77 1, 99 | there resulted, in those born of him, the necessity of 78 1, 99 | they also would have been born confirmed ~in righteousness.~ 79 1, 99 | they would not have been born confirmed in righteousness.~ 80 1, 99 | children would have been born confirmed in righteousness. 81 1, 99 | children would not have been born ~confirmed in righteousness.~ 82 1, 100 | children would have been born with ~perfect knowledge?~( 83 1, 100 | children would have been born with ~perfect knowledge?~ 84 1, 100 | children would have ~been born with perfect knowledge. 85 1, 100 | children would have been born of him with perfect knowledge.~ 86 1, 100 | knowledge as soon as they were born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 87 1, 100 | children would not have been born with perfect ~knowledge; 88 1, 101 | children would have been born in ~paradise, where their 89 1, 107 | greater among them that are born of women" (Mt. ~11:11). 90 1, 110 | wholly or partly; as a man born blind cannot imagine color. ~ 91 1, 110 | for he cannot make a man born blind imagine color), but 92 1, 111 | manifestation of grace. That the man born blind was enlightened, that ~ 93 1, 112 | instruction as soon as ~they are born, for they have not the use 94 1, 112 | children as soon as they are born.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 95 1, 114 | of this is that of twins born under the same constellation, 96 1, 115 | each one is begotten or born" [*Cf. St. Augustine ~De 97 1, 115 | fate all things that are born into the world and ~perish 98 1, 116 | risen among them that are born of woman a greater than ~ 99 2, 5 | written (Job 14:1): "Man born of a woman, living ~for 100 2, 18 | evil action: ~thus a man is born of adulterous or of lawful 101 2, 43 | thus fear, of itself, is born of love. But, in the ~second 102 2, 63 | which He gave to the man born blind, as one ~produced 103 2, 63 | OBJ 3: God gave the man born blind an eye for the same 104 2, 68 | on Job 1:2, "There were born to him seven sons," says ~( 105 2, 68 | i, 12): "Seven sons were born to us, when through the 106 2, 70 | Jn. 3:9): "Whosoever is born of God, committeth no sin, 107 2, 81 | no ~one reproaches a man born blind; one rather takes 108 2, 81 | by saying that all men ~born of Adam may be considered 109 2, 81 | Accordingly the multitude of men born of Adam, are as so many 110 2, 81 | disorder which is in this man born of Adam, is voluntary, not ~ 111 2, 81 | infects it: for he that ~is born is associated with his first 112 2, 81 | if we consider the man born, in himself. But it we consider 113 2, 81 | But not all those, who are born ~of the seed of Adam, will 114 2, 81 | transmitted to all who are born of ~Adam corporally, so 115 2, 81 | children would ~have been born liable to suffering and 116 2, 81 | of whom Christ was to be born without ~original sin) " 117 2, 87 | 3:3): " Unless a man be born ~again, he cannot see the 118 2, 87 | the child that is born to thee shall die." Therefore 119 2, 87 | Jn. 9:3,2) about the man born blind: "Neither hath ~this 120 2, 87 | that he should be born blind." In ~like manner 121 2, 87 | defects of those who are born with them, or which ~children 122 2, 91 | of whom Christ ~was to be born, a law containing certain 123 2, 93 | by God, but was naturally born of ~God. Consequently He 124 2, 98 | fathers that Christ ~should be born of them. For it was fitting 125 2, 98 | of whom ~Christ was to be born, should be signalized by 126 2, 98 | viz. that Christ should be born of his ~seed: but of gratuitous 127 2, 98 | another, that Christ might be born thereof; a ~fitting answer 128 2, 98 | necessary that Christ should be ~born of one people, which, for 129 2, 98 | he shall be as he that is born ~in the land." But it would 130 2, 98 | for Christ Who was to be born of that people. Now ~whatever 131 2, 98 | from whom Christ was to be born. Now the promise concerning 132 2, 98 | Further, as Christ was born of those alone who descended 133 2, 98 | promise was made; so was He born of no other ~of the descendants 134 2, 98 | those, of whom Christ was born, received the Law, but the 135 2, 103 | Christ as having yet to be born and to suffer: ~whereas 136 2, 103 | sacraments signify Him as already born and having suffered. ~Consequently, 137 2, 103 | that Christ is yet to be born, which the ~fathers of old 138 2, 103 | promised that He shall be born, ~shall suffer and rise 139 2, 103 | declared that He is already born, has suffered and ~risen 140 2, 103 | circumcised Timothy, who was ~born of a Jewish mother; but 141 2, 104 | God that Christ might be ~born of them. Consequently the 142 2, 105 | power to be an eunuch, or ~born of a prostitute. Therefore 143 2, 105 | that "an eunuch and one born of a prostitute shalt not 144 2, 105 | Egyptians among ~whom they were born and educated, and the Idumeans, 145 2, 105 | shall be ~as that which is born in the land." But in temporal 146 2, 105 | that children should be born to ~the dead man through 147 2, 109 | becoming in those who have been born again as sons of God, to 148 2, 110 | nature that we are said to be born again sons of God.~Aquin.: 149 2, 110 | contrary, By grace we are born again sons of God. But generation ~ 150 2, 112 | 3:5: ~"Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy 151 2, 1 | believed that Christ would be born, according to ~Jn. 8:56: " 152 2, 1 | Now, when once Christ was born, even before He began to 153 2, 1 | that Christ was yet to be born. Therefore something false ~ 154 2, 2 | risen among them that are born of women, a greater than" ~ 155 2, 2 | inscription: "Christ shall be born of a virgin, ~and in Him, 156 2, 2 | Trinity: and all who are ~born again in Christ, have this 157 2, 10 | be a "vernaculus," i.e. born in slavery; and ~likewise 158 2, 13 | believe that Christ was born, and those of old believed 159 2, 13 | believed that He would be ~born. Therefore obstinacy and 160 2, 18 | always evil. Now fear is born of love, since man fears 161 2, 18 | he has lost, his fear is born of pride, not of ~humility." 162 2, 18 | to its substance is not born of pride, but ~its servility 163 2, 18 | ourselves in the ~tranquillity born of charity. Else, if no 164 2, 19 | in this way despair is ~born of sloth.~Aquin.: SMT SS 165 2, 19 | also. Hence ~despair is born of sloth in a more special 166 2, 19 | the contrary despair is born of sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 167 2, 23 | As ~soon as charity is born it takes food," which refers 168 2, 23 | Jn. 3:9): "Whosoever is born of God, ~committeth not 169 2, 23 | cannot sin, ~because he is born of God." But none save the 170 2, 26 | aroused ~suddenly, but is born of an earnest consideration 171 2, 93 | days on ~which people are born. If one observe the movements 172 2, 94 | of whom Christ was to be born, not ~only words but also 173 2, 103 | xxxi) that disobedience is born of ~vainglory. But vainglory 174 2, 109 | 3~Further, hypocrisy is born of vainglory, as Gregory 175 2, 117 | prodigality sometimes is born of ~covetousness, as when 176 2, 120 | since it is because we are born of our parents that ~our 177 2, 121 | Reply OBJ 2: Since fear is born of love, any virtue that 178 2, 124 | OBJ 3: Further, fear is born of love, as stated above ( 179 2, 124 | answer that, Since fear is born of love, we must seemingly 180 2, 150 | since all are virgins when born. Therefore virginity ~is 181 2, 151 | shackled with original sin, is born of fleshly concupiscence ( 182 2, 152 | advancement of the child when born, there is "simple fornication," 183 2, 152 | life of the offspring to be born of this union. For ~we find 184 2, 152 | good of the child to be born, as we have ~shown, since 185 2, 152 | good of the child to ~be born. Wherefore it is a graver 186 2, 152 | the life of one already born, such as murder.~Aquin.: 187 2, 152 | the ~one man that may be born. Now one who is already 188 2, 156 | capital ~sins. For anger is born of sorrow which is a capital 189 2, 156 | OBJ 2: Further, hatred is born of anger, as Augustine says 190 2, 156 | the other hand, love is born of pleasure. Now through ~ 191 2, 162 | that ~offspring cannot be born without pain to the bearer. 192 2, 162 | other labors, for "man is born to labor" (Job ~5:7): and 193 2, 172 | risen, ~among them that are born of women, a greater than 194 2, 182 | nature as soon ~as he is born, which perfection belongs 195 2, 183 | in vain how we could be born of ~her."~Aquin.: SMT SS 196 3, 2 | Word, e.g. that He was ~born of a Virgin, suffered, was 197 3, 2 | animate body, He deigned to be born of a ~Virgin" [*Feast of 198 3, 2 | The Holy which shall be ~born of thee shall be called 199 3, 3 | 18:37: "For this was I born, and for this came I into ~ 200 3, 4 | our Lord Jesus Christ, ~born of the Virgin Mary, because 201 3, 4 | from whom Christ was to be born, God appointed ~signs of 202 3, 5 | The Son of God was not ~born in appearance only, as if 203 3, 5 | said: "The Son of God ~was born, taking flesh of the Virgin' 204 3, 6 | believe in Him as already born; so the ancients ~believed 205 3, 6 | believed in Him as about to be born, since "having the same 206 3, 12 | 18:37): "For this ~was I born, and for this came I into 207 3, 16 | granted that Christ ~was born of a Virgin, and that He 208 3, 16 | did not say ~that God was born of a virgin, or that the 209 3, 16 | say that the Son of God is born, yet we do not say ~that 210 3, 16 | that the Divine Nature is born; as was said in the FP, 211 3, 16 | Virgin, is ~said simply to be born of the Virgin. Therefore 212 3, 17 | happened to him who was born blind, no new being would 213 3, 22 | Christ, He did not wish to be born of the stock of the figurative ~ 214 3, 22 | altogether another one, the man born ~of a woman, let him be 215 3, 27 | sanctifying grace man is born spiritually ~into a son 216 3, 27 | to Jn. 1:13: "(who) are born of God." But ~birth from 217 3, 27 | is only of those who are born again." But ~no one is born 218 3, 27 | born again." But ~no one is born again, who was not born 219 3, 27 | born again, who was not born previously. Therefore the 220 3, 27 | those who are ~previously born. But God did not so limit 221 3, 27 | on ~some before they are born from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT 222 3, 27 | The Holy which shall be born of thee, ~shall be called 223 3, 27 | et Concup. i): "All flesh born of ~carnal intercourse is 224 3, 28 | maintained ~that He was born of both sexes.~Aquin.: SMT 225 3, 28 | reasons that Christ should be born of a virgin. ~First, in 226 3, 28 | corrupt, for flesh to be born from sexual intercourse ~ 227 3, 28 | which ~was that men might be born again as sons of God, "not 228 3, 28 | notable miracle, should be born, after the flesh, of a virgin, ~ 229 3, 28 | that His members would be born, after the ~Spirit, of a 230 3, 28 | even of an adopted son not born of his wife."~Aquin.: SMT 231 3, 28 | fitting that it should be born of a virgin incorrupt. Whence 232 3, 28 | substantial ~Word, deigning to be born, destroy virginity."~Aquin.: 233 3, 28 | His body was real, He ~was born of a woman. But in order 234 3, 28 | manifest His Godhead, He was born of ~a virgin, for "such 235 3, 28 | Lord of angels shall be born of her? And what means this - ' 236 3, 28 | but also the one that is born ~first. "Otherwise, if a 237 3, 28 | not by ~birth, as being born of the same mother; but 238 3, 28 | Law. But before Christ was born the old law was still in 239 3, 28 | origin, until Christ was born of that people; the Mother 240 3, 29 | Christ should have been born of an espoused virgin?~( 241 3, 29 | Christ should have been born of an espoused virgin?~Aquin.: 242 3, 29 | Christ should not have been born of an ~espoused virgin. 243 3, 29 | Further, that Christ was born of a virgin was miraculous, 244 3, 29 | unfitting that Christ should be born of an ~espoused virgin.~ 245 3, 29 | reasonable that Christ should be ~born of an espoused virgin.~Aquin.: 246 3, 29 | fitting that Christ should be born of an espoused ~virgin; 247 3, 29 | to persecute one who was born of adultery?"~Aquin.: SMT 248 3, 29 | witness to Christ's being born of a virgin. Wherefore Ambrose 249 3, 30 | that a prophet son would be born ~to him; and, to Mary, how 250 3, 31 | fitting for Christ to be born of a woman?~(5) Whether 251 3, 31 | king and priest, should be ~born of both according to the 252 3, 31 | that a posterity will be born of the seed of Jechonias. 253 3, 31 | of Juda, Christ ~would be born of the family of David, 254 3, 31 | married his ~wife, the son born of the latter union being 255 3, 31 | Heli were uterine brothers ~born to different fathers. Now 256 3, 31 | sake of sinners, by being born of ~sinners, might blot 257 3, 31 | of ~Juda's brethren were born of hand-maidens, and yet 258 3, 31 | with God? Or he that is born of a woman appear clean?" 259 3, 31 | manifested in that man being born of a woman."~Aquin.: SMT 260 3, 31 | according to ~nature, was being born of a man." And Augustine 261 3, 31 | women; the Son of ~God was born of a woman."~Aquin.: SMT 262 3, 31 | Christ the Son of God was born of a virgin, ~according 263 3, 31 | Myself a mother of whom to be born. If the sun's rays can dry 264 3, 31 | s conception His being ~born of a woman was in accordance 265 3, 31 | nature, but that He ~was born of a virgin was above the 266 3, 32 | manner in which Christ was born of the Holy Ghost . . . 267 3, 32 | the Holy which ~shall be born of thee shall be called 268 3, 32 | Ghost, ~Christ might be born unto sanctification according 269 3, 32 | said to be ~conceived or born of the Holy Ghost in one 270 3, 32 | Enchiridion xl): "Christ was born of ~the Holy Ghost not as 271 3, 32 | we say ~that a man who is born is the son of the seed; 272 3, 32 | like the man nor is the man born like the seed, but like 273 3, 32 | of species, as ~a man is born of his father. Therefore 274 3, 34 | The Holy which shall be born ~of thee shall be called 275 3, 34 | The ~Holy which shall be born of thee." Which words Gregory 276 3, 34 | declared that He shall be born holy. For we, ~though we 277 3, 34 | are made holy, yet are not born holy, because by the mere ~ 278 3, 34 | But He alone is truly ~born holy who . . . was not conceived 279 3, 35 | could not be conceived and born of human nature, ~except 280 3, 35 | Nature ~to be conceived and born by reason of the human nature. 281 3, 35 | properly speaking, that is born which begins to exist by ~ 282 3, 35 | terminus. To him that is born it ~is attributed as to 283 3, 35 | nature. For since to be born is to be generated; as a ~ 284 3, 35 | it to be, so is a thing born in order for ~it to be. 285 3, 35 | proper subject of being born, but not to the nature.~ 286 3, 35 | Nature was conceived and born, ~inasmuch as the Person 287 3, 35 | the Son was conceived and born in the human ~nature.~Aquin.: 288 3, 35 | denominated from the person ~born, but from nature, which 289 3, 35 | attributed to ~Christ. For "to be born is a certain movement of 290 3, 35 | not ~exist before it was born, which movement procures 291 3, 35 | Therefore He could not be born in time.~Aquin.: SMT TP 292 3, 35 | in itself needs not to be born. But the ~Person of the 293 3, 35 | Therefore He needs ~not to be born in time. Therefore it seems 294 3, 35 | OBJ 4: Further, what is born by two nativities is born 295 3, 35 | born by two nativities is born twice. But this ~proposition 296 3, 35 | proposition is false; "Christ was born twice": because the nativity ~ 297 3, 35 | nativity ~whereby He was born of the Father suffers no 298 3, 35 | nativity: one by which He was born of the Father from all eternity; 299 3, 35 | eternity; one ~by which He was born of His Mother in time.~Aquin.: 300 3, 35 | confess that the soul is born from ~out the womb; but 301 3, 35 | sublime, the Son of God was ~born as man, just as the soul 302 3, 35 | as the soul is held to be born together with the body: ~ 303 3, 35 | reason do we say that He was born in the ~flesh."~Aquin.: 304 3, 35 | can be said to have been born twice in respect of ~His 305 3, 35 | so can He be said to be born twice who is born once from ~ 306 3, 35 | to be born twice who is born once from ~eternity and 307 3, 35 | OBJ 2: Further, Christ was born miraculously of the Blessed 308 3, 35 | nativity by which Christ was born for our salvation is, in 309 3, 35 | natural, since a Man was born of a woman, and after the 310 3, 35 | which it is conceived and born. Since, ~therefore, the 311 3, 35 | that God was conceived and born of the Virgin. ~Now from 312 3, 35 | blessed for ever," is truly born of the Blessed Virgin as ~ 313 3, 35 | as when a man's soul is born with its body, they are ~ 314 3, 35 | For the Word of God ~was born of the substance of God 315 3, 35 | that in the flesh He was born of a woman." ~Consequently 316 3, 35 | cause ~thereof. For man is born by one birth of both father 317 3, 35 | manifest that Christ was not born by one and the same ~nativity, 318 3, 35 | 1/1~Whether Christ was born without His Mother suffering?~ 319 3, 35 | seem that Christ was not born without His Mother ~suffering. 320 3, 35 | therein for that God-Man "was born into ~the world," according 321 3, 35 | Christ should have been born in Bethlehem?~Aquin.: SMT 322 3, 35 | Christ should not have been born in Bethlehem. ~For it is 323 3, 35 | that He should have been born in Nazareth, where also 324 3, 35 | Further, for this was our Lord born into the world, that He 325 3, 35 | 18:37: "For this was I born, ~and for this came I into 326 3, 35 | been easier if He had been born in the city ~of Rome, which 327 3, 35 | He should not have been born in Bethlehem.~Aquin.: SMT 328 3, 35 | that, Christ willed to be born in Bethlehem for two reasons. ~ 329 3, 35 | Therefore He willed to be born at Bethlehem, where David 330 3, 35 | Bethlehem, where David was born, in ~order that by the very 331 3, 35 | Reply OBJ 1: As David was born in Bethlehem, so also did 332 3, 35 | who ~take pride in being born in great cities, where also 333 3, 35 | the contrary, willed to be born ~in a mean city, and to 334 3, 35 | Nazareth. But He wished to be born at Bethlehem away from home; 335 3, 35 | which He ~had taken, He was born, as it were, in a foreign 336 3, 35 | 1/1~Whether Christ was born at a fitting time?~Aquin.: 337 3, 35 | seem that Christ was not born at a fitting time. Because ~ 338 3, 35 | liberty to His own. But He was born at a ~time of subjection - 339 3, 35 | seems that Christ was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: 340 3, 35 | promises." But Christ was born during the reign of a foreigner, 341 3, 35 | Mt. 2:1: "When Jesus was born in the days of King Herod." ~ 342 3, 35 | it seems that He was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: 343 3, 35 | Therefore, ~since He was born in the depth of winter, 344 3, 35 | it seems that He was not born at a fitting time.~Aquin.: 345 3, 35 | that, whereas they are born subject to the restrictions 346 3, 35 | chose a time in which to be born, just as ~He chose a mother 347 3, 35 | follows that Christ was born at a ~most fitting time.~ 348 3, 35 | but ~when our Lord was born, all war ceased"; according 349 3, 35 | fitting that Christ should be born while the world was ~governed 350 3, 35 | OBJ 2: Christ wished to be born during the reign of a foreigner, ~ 351 3, 35 | wicked king, Christ is born; because a grave and hopeless 352 3, 35 | Christ wished to be born, when the light of day begins 353 3, 35 | like manner He chose to be born in the rough winter season, 354 3, 36 | MANIFESTATION OF THE NEWLY BORN CHRIST (EIGHT ARTICLES)~ 355 3, 36 | manifestation of the newly born Christ: ~concerning which 356 3, 36 | first coming, when He ~was born into the world according 357 3, 36 | For if, when Christ was ~born, His birth had been made 358 3, 36 | Further, before Christ was born, His future birth was made 359 3, 36 | profitable: else He were born in vain. Therefore it seems 360 3, 36 | Christ's ~birth before He was born, because it devolved on 361 3, 36 | Him even before He was ~born. But their testimony, being 362 3, 36 | was known that ~Christ was born was becoming to His birth. 363 3, 36 | OBJ 5: Further, Christ was born of a Virgin-Mother, and 364 3, 36 | the land where the ~day is born; since faith is the light 365 3, 36 | the flesh of Him who was born ~was manifest, whereas the 366 3, 36 | indicate that He who was just born ~was the "Brightness of" 367 3, 36 | way to him who was just born": as ~happened in the case 368 3, 36 | the stars those who are born, but to ~tell the future 369 3, 36 | the very day that He was born. For, as it is written ( 370 3, 36 | the last to know ~Christ born: and he was preceded by 371 3, 36 | lest ~Christ were already born when the star appeared, 372 3, 36 | appeared when Christ was born, and ~that the Magi set 373 3, 36 | 2): "Where is He that is born King ~of the Jews? For we 374 3, 36 | the star that He that was born was ~the "King of the Jews," 375 3, 36 | saying: "Where is He that is born King of the ~Jews?"~Aquin.: 376 3, 36 | kings of the Jews had been born and died, none of them did ~ 377 3, 36 | learnt that such a King was born that by adoring Him they 378 3, 36 | Bethlehem, in which Christ ~was born. Yet it hid itself until 379 3, 36 | in which Christ was to be born: so that, being encouraged 380 3, 36 | proclaim" that Christ is ~born, and "inquire where; they 381 3, 37 | on whose feasts they are born: or in respect of ~some 382 3, 37 | precept touching the ~children born. one was a general precept 383 3, 37 | child was conceived and born; and also for a certain ~ 384 3, 37 | Therefore, since Christ was born of a woman and was her first-born, 385 3, 38 | risen among them that are born of women a greater than ~ 386 3, 38 | 3:5: "Unless a man be born of water and the Holy Ghost, 387 3, 39 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy ~ 388 3, 39 | baptism, by ~which men are born again into adopted sons 389 3, 40 | 18:37): "For this was I born, and for this came I into 390 3, 43 | opened the eyes of one born blind. Unless this man were 391 3, 43 | no other had done: to be born of a virgin, to rise ~from 392 3, 44 | parents, that he should be born blind." It was ~unseemly, 393 3, 44 | in the ~case of the man born blind, and this was his 394 3, 46 | conceived in ~Nazareth and born in Bethlehem. Consequently 395 3, 48 | cleansing ~mortals as the flesh born in the womb without fleshly 396 3, 50 | of God "was conceived and born of a ~Virgin, suffered, 397 3, 57 | seen ~also by me, as by one born out of due time": which 398 3, 60 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of ~water and the 399 3, 65 | 3:5): "Unless a man ~be born again of water and the Holy 400 3, 66 | 3:5), "Unless a man be born again ~of water and the 401 3, 66 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of ~water and the 402 3, 66 | Jn. 3:5, "Unless a man be born again," etc., "When we dip ~ 403 3, 66 | Jn. 3:5: "Unless a man be born again of water and the ~ 404 3, 66 | be removed, was yet to be born of the seed of Abraham, 405 3, 66 | risen among them ~that are born of women, a greater than 406 3, 66 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy ~ 407 3, 66 | his mother's womb and be born again': ~So thou," says 408 3, 66 | with Christ, that he may be born again into a new life. But 409 3, 66 | And ~forasmuch as man is born once, whereas he eats many 410 3, 66 | 3:5: "Unless a man be ~born again of water and the Holy 411 3, 66 | resurrection, unto which men are born again by Baptism; and in 412 3, 67 | his mother's womb, and be born again?" While he ~who baptizes 413 3, 68 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of ~water and the 414 3, 68 | those who are baptized are born with ~original sin; wherefore 415 3, 68 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of water and the Holy 416 3, 68 | Baptism, by which a ~man is born again of water and the Holy 417 3, 68 | man who desires to ~be "born again of water and the Holy 418 3, 68 | intention of the person born. ~Therefore, seemingly, 419 3, 68 | 3:5): "Unless a man be born again of ~water and the 420 3, 68 | Dardan.): "No one can be born a ~second time unless he 421 3, 68 | second time unless he be born first." But Baptism is a 422 3, 68 | be baptized before he is born from ~the womb.~Aquin.: 423 3, 68 | infant's body, ~before being born from the womb, can nowise 424 3, 69 | contracted; but when we are born again of the ~Spirit, not 425 3, 69 | it was in him when he was born." Therefore for the same 426 3, 69 | that, By Baptism man is born again unto the spiritual 427 3, 69 | Parth. iii), "no man is born of water and the Holy Ghost 428 3, 69 | the hope that they may be born again to eternal life ~by 429 3, 70 | Baptism, whereby we are born again of ~water, signified 430 3, 70 | by Christ, Who was to be born of the ~Jewish nation. For 431 3, 70 | believed that Christ would be born of his seed. Secondly, because 432 3, 70 | that "the people that were born ~in the desert, during the 433 3, 72 | grace. In Baptism we are born ~again unto life; after 434 3, 72 | perfect age unless he be first born: and in like manner, unless 435 3, 72 | nature is that ~everyone born corporally, should come 436 3, 72 | Now, just as one newly born ~requires someone to teach 437 3, 73 | according as a man is born anew in Christ in virtue 438 3, 75 | a ~man is not wont to be born save of man and woman: see 439 3, 75 | established law and order a man is born of a Virgin": and] ~[*The 440 3, 80 | Jn. 3:5: "Unless a man be born again ~of water and the 441 3, 80 | reason holds good of newly born children as of the ~insane 442 3, 80 | therefore, as a ~man is born naturally but once, so ought 443 3, 80 | 3:4, "How can a man be born again, when he is grown 444 3, 83 | which we say: "A child is born to us." ~Nevertheless, on 445 3, 83 | the body, He was literally born during the night, ~as a 446 3, 83 | celebrated, because our Lord was born in the night (De Consecr., 447 3, 83 | Lk. 1:35): "The Holy one born of thee shall be called 448 3, 84 | Baptism, whereby a man ~is born again in Christ. The sacrament 449 3, 84 | Heb. 9:27), and to be born once, ~wherefore man should 450 3, 86 | the child that is born to thee shall surely die," 451 3, 86 | with Him to sin, and is born again in Him to a new life, 452 Suppl, 18| since therein he is not ~born again, but healed. Consequently 453 Suppl, 22| risen among men that are born of women." Now ~Paul excommunicated 454 Suppl, 32| 1~OBJ 2: Further, a man born blind does not sin by his 455 Suppl, 32| not to be applied to one born blind, and in like manner ~ 456 Suppl, 39| mamzer, that is to say, ~one born of a prostitute, shall not 457 Suppl, 39| therefore those also who ~are born of an unlawful union are 458 Suppl, 48| is evil, such ~as a child born of adultery; for it is not 459 Suppl, 52| observe that in animals born from different species the ~ 460 Suppl, 52| father, wherefore mules born ~of a mare and an ass are 461 Suppl, 52| more like mares than those born of a she-ass and ~a horse. 462 Suppl, 52| will take the child thus born for ~his slave. However 463 Suppl, 54| arises between the person born of semen and that ~which 464 Suppl, 54| the person of whom he is born by carnal procreation.~Aquin.: 465 Suppl, 54| as ~brothers, "who are born of the same parents," as 466 Suppl, 54| is not part of him but is born of the same parent. Hence 467 Suppl, 56| wherein ~that which is born is a weakling and cannot 468 Suppl, 56| womb, when that which was ~born in the womb is so far strengthened 469 Suppl, 56| whose seed the child is born; and not on the ~part of 470 Suppl, 56| carnal generation a person is born of a father ~and mother, 471 Suppl, 56| spiritual generation a person is born again a son of ~God as Father, 472 Suppl, 56| whose seed the child is born, is ~related carnally to 473 Suppl, 56| life to which man is first ~born by receiving Baptism.~Aquin.: 474 Suppl, 56| whether the brother be born before or after spiritual ~ 475 Suppl, 57| whereby the faithful are born again in Christ, in Whom 476 Suppl, 65| and to rear the children born of them. But though it does 477 Suppl, 65| to all laws the children born of a concubine ~are children 478 Suppl, 65| union of which ~they are born were naturally shameful.~ 479 Suppl, 65| about that the sons of Jacob born of bond ~and free women 480 Suppl, 65| because ~"sons and heirs are born to Christ both of good ministers 481 Suppl, 68| inquiry:~(1) Whether those born out of true marriage are 482 Suppl, 68| Para. 1/1~Whether children born out of true marriage are 483 Suppl, 68| would seem that children born out of true marriage are ~ 484 Suppl, 68| legitimate. For he that is born according to law is called 485 Suppl, 68| legitimate ~son. Now everyone is born according to law, at least 486 Suppl, 68| legitimate child is one ~born of a legitimate marriage, 487 Suppl, 68| Church. Therefore children born out of true ~marriage are 488 Suppl, 68| law. Now ~those who are born out of wedlock are born 489 Suppl, 68| born out of wedlock are born contrary to the law. Therefore ~ 490 Suppl, 68| for instance those who are born of a true and lawful ~marriage; 491 Suppl, 68| illegitimate, as those who are born of ~fornication; some are 492 Suppl, 68| natural; such are those born of adultery ~or incest, 493 Suppl, 68| or incest, for these are born not only against the positive 494 Suppl, 68| Although those who are born of an unlawful intercourse 495 Suppl, 68| unlawful intercourse are ~born according to the nature 496 Suppl, 68| and all animals, they are born ~contrary to the law of 497 Suppl, 68| father's fault that he is born of an unlawful union. ~Therefore 498 Suppl, 68| yet the latter were not born of an unlawful intercourse. 499 Suppl, 68| therefore, ought those born of an unlawful intercourse 500 Suppl, 68| legitimized, not so that he ~be born of a legitimate intercourse,


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