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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | wisdom, all our knowledge is set in order.~Aquin.: SMT FP 2 1, 1 | to that wisdom ~which is set down among the gifts of 3 1, 22 | the earth? or whom hath He set over the world which He 4 1, 49 | Ecclus. 33:15: "Good is set against ~evil, and life 5 1, 51 | intelligible things are set forth by the likenesses 6 1, 51 | intelligible ~things to be set forth in Scripture under 7 1, 58 | life of the ~faithful, when set in contrast to the life 8 1, 61 | production of ~things are set forth in the opening of 9 1, 63 | the second the good ~were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: 10 1, 63 | out, and protecting, and I set thee in the holy mountain ~ 11 1, 63 | angel ~who sinned, "being set over all the hosts of angels, 12 1, 63 | of those who sinned was set over the ~terrestrial order. 13 1, 63 | lower angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding over 14 1, 63 | who are on fire," or "who set on fire." ~Consequently 15 1, 63 | order of the angels, who are set over earthly affairs, it 16 1, 64 | Reply OBJ 2: One soul is not set over another in the order 17 1, 65 | inadmissible. Hence we ~must set aside this theory as false, 18 1, 65 | perfection in ~the universe, has set therein creatures of various 19 1, 68 | point it is ~necessary to set forth the different opinions 20 1, 68 | that in which the stars are set, but the part ~of the atmosphere 21 1, 68 | opinion these waters are set there to temper the heat 22 1, 69 | the Lord it is said, "I set My bounds around the sea," 23 1, 69 | saith the Lord, who have ~set the sand a bound for the 24 1, 70 | the Scripture says: "He set them in the ~firmament." 25 1, 70 | the work of adornment is set ~forth by the production 26 1, 70 | that He is said ~to have set them in the firmament, not 27 1, 70 | so ~far as the lights are set in the heavens to indicate 28 1, 70 | lights in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected 29 1, 71 | those bodies which they are set to adorn, ~rather than to 30 1, 73 | may be argued that rest is set down ~in contradistinction 31 1, 73 | explanation must not be set down as the ~only one, and 32 1, 74 | the creation of either is set down before there was any 33 1, 50 | Ecclus. 33:15: "Good is set against ~evil, and life 34 1, 52 | intelligible things are set forth by the likenesses 35 1, 52 | intelligible ~things to be set forth in Scripture under 36 1, 59 | life of the ~faithful, when set in contrast to the life 37 1, 62 | production of ~things are set forth in the opening of 38 1, 64 | the second the good ~were set apart from the wicked.~Aquin.: 39 1, 64 | out, and protecting, and I set thee in the holy mountain ~ 40 1, 64 | angel ~who sinned, "being set over all the hosts of angels, 41 1, 64 | of those who sinned was set over the ~terrestrial order. 42 1, 64 | lower angels were divinely set ~aside for presiding over 43 1, 64 | who are on fire," or "who set on fire." ~Consequently 44 1, 64 | order of the angels, who are set over earthly affairs, it 45 1, 65 | Reply OBJ 2: One soul is not set over another in the order 46 1, 66 | inadmissible. Hence we ~must set aside this theory as false, 47 1, 66 | perfection in ~the universe, has set therein creatures of various 48 1, 69 | point it is ~necessary to set forth the different opinions 49 1, 69 | that in which the stars are set, but the part of the atmosphere 50 1, 69 | opinion these waters are set there to temper the heat 51 1, 70 | the Lord it is said, "I set My bounds around the sea," 52 1, 70 | saith the Lord, who have ~set the sand a bound for the 53 1, 71 | the Scripture says: "He set them in the ~firmament." 54 1, 71 | the work of adornment is set ~forth by the production 55 1, 71 | that He is said ~to have set them in the firmament, not 56 1, 71 | so ~far as the lights are set in the heavens to indicate 57 1, 71 | lights in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected 58 1, 71 | those bodies which they are set to adorn, ~rather than to 59 1, 72 | may be argued that rest is set down ~in contradistinction 60 1, 72 | explanation must not be set down as the ~only one, and 61 1, 73 | the creation of either is set down before there was any 62 1, 87 | just as ~when we see colors set off by the sun, we are not 63 1, 88 | authority of Ecclesiasticus be set aside through not being 64 1, 101 | tells us about paradise is set down as ~matter of history; 65 1, 101 | nature, since man is not set as a ~ruler over the entire 66 1, 107 | 1:20,21) that "God has set the ~Man Christ above all 67 1, 107 | lowest saying that "God set Him," i.e. Christ, "on His ~ 68 1, 113 | the sins of men are to be set down to the assaults or ~ 69 1, 113 | fight, for the weak to be set against ~the strong, and 70 1, 114 | alight on this matter and set fire to it, is ~not caused 71 2, 5 | sufficient good," it must needs set man's desire at rest and 72 2, 6 | the ~sinking of a ship is set down to the helmsman, from 73 2, 6 | of the ~ship would not be set down to him, although it 74 2, 7 | circumstances are properly set forth in the third book 75 2, 7 | circumstances are not properly set forth ~in Ethic. iii, 1. 76 2, 7 | this enumeration may be set down as follows. For a ~ 77 2, 9 | us no more than what is set before us in a picture, 78 2, 10 | point of view, they can be set aside ~or approved by the 79 2, 11 | he would seem to ~have set the end of his love in him. 80 2, 11 | But since he added that he set his ~end in the Lord, he 81 2, 13 | natural inclination to set about their actions in a 82 2, 23 | soul. But no passion is set ~down as being contrary 83 2, 28 | Therefore it should not be set down as an effect of love 84 2, 28 | effect of love. Hence zeal is set down as an ~effect of love 85 2, 41 | seems that, if ~fear be set aside, all the other passions 86 2, 43 | above (A[1]), fear may be set down to a twofold ~cause: 87 2, 44 | contracted in itself, is ~free to set the vital spirits and heat 88 2, 46 | as ~more things concur to set it up: thus a habit is all 89 2, 55 | ordered: because in us love is set ~in order by virtue.~Aquin.: 90 2, 56 | likewise." But as work ~is set up by power, so he that 91 2, 56 | he that has a virtue is set up by the essence of ~the 92 2, 57 | principles should not be set down as a habit or virtue ~ 93 2, 57 | demonstrative syllogism, is set down as an intellectual 94 2, 60 | in ~distributions, as is set down in Ethic. v, 2. Therefore 95 2, 61 | general conditions of virtue set down by the ~Philosopher, 96 2, 66 | operations, whereby man is set in order ~not only in himself, 97 2, 68 | seeing that these gifts are set down in Holy Writ as ~having 98 2, 68 | that these seven are there set down as being ~in us by 99 2, 68 | that enumeration four are set down corresponding to ~the 100 2, 68 | prudence; whereas nothing is set down ~corresponding to art, 101 2, 68 | piety, ought to have been set down.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] 102 2, 68 | fear. Therefore, as fear is set down as a gift, so ought 103 2, 68 | man. Hence two gifts are set down as corresponding to 104 2, 68 | from ~what has been already set down. For it has been stated ( 105 2, 68 | 1~Whether the gifts are set down by Isaias in their 106 2, 68 | seem that the gifts are not set down by Isaias in their ~ 107 2, 68 | counsel; and yet it is ~set down as being below it.~ 108 2, 68 | Therefore the gifts are not ~set down in their order of dignity.~ 109 2, 69 | certain punishments are set down in opposition to the ~ 110 2, 69 | kingdom of heaven which is set down as the reward of ~poverty 111 2, 69 | those things which are set down as merits in the ~beatitudes, 112 2, 70 | that the mind ~of man is set in order, first of all, 113 2, 70 | man's ~heart is perfectly set at peace in one object, 114 2, 72 | commenting on Ps. 79:17, "Things set on fire ~and dug down," 115 2, 73 | violate justice, whereas he is set up as ~the guardian of justice, 116 2, 76 | as when a man wishes of set purpose to be ignorant of 117 2, 77 | commenting on Ps. 79:17, "Things set on ~fire and dug down," 118 2, 78 | offending God; but with the two set before him to choose from, 119 2, 91 | contrary, David prayed God to set His law before him, saying ( 120 2, 91 | saying (Ps. ~118:33): "Set before me for a law the 121 2, 93 | sea ~with its bounds, and set a law to the waters, that 122 2, 97 | everything into ~consideration, set up certain institutions 123 2, 97 | For it ~is not easy to set aside the custom of a whole 124 2, 97 | common good should not be set aside for the ~private convenience 125 2, 98 | works. But the Old ~Law was set aside when there came the 126 2, 98 | Over every nation He set a ruler." Also on all nations 127 2, 98 | alone: thus clerics who are set aside for the service ~of 128 2, 98 | 3:19) that the Law "was set ~because of transgressions, 129 2, 99 | not ~only are those things set forth to which reason cannot 130 2, 99 | Wherefore the things of God are set forth ~in the Scriptures 131 2, 99 | by similitudes of things set ~before the eyes, which 132 2, 99 | the rule of life Thou hast set for me." But ~a rule of 133 2, 99 | certain things should be set forth to indicate the authority ~ 134 2, 99 | or evils are not suitably set forth ~as punishments or 135 2, 100 | the intellectual virtues set in good order the acts of 136 2, 100 | while the moral virtues set in good order the acts of 137 2, 100 | propounding the ten precepts, ~set them out in detail." Therefore 138 2, 100 | the decalogue are suitably set forth?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 139 2, 100 | decalogue are unsuitably ~set forth. Because sin, as stated 140 2, 100 | precepts of the decalogue are set in proper order?~Aquin.: 141 2, 100 | of the decalogue are not set ~in proper order. Because 142 2, 100 | of the decalogue are not set in ~proper order.~Aquin.: 143 2, 100 | of the Law are suitably set forth.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 144 2, 101 | the reason for which is set down ~in the Law. Therefore 145 2, 101 | ceremonies which I have set before you."~Aquin.: SMT 146 2, 102 | tabernacle or temple should be ~set up for the worship of God.~ 147 2, 102 | But the tabernacle was set up for the worship of God. 148 2, 102 | images of the cherubim to be set up in the ~tabernacle or 149 2, 102 | tabernacle or temple to be set up. But men, who worship 150 2, 102 | tabernacle or temple to be set up for the worship of God, 151 2, 102 | thought that the ~place was set aside for the worship of 152 2, 102 | house ~of the sanctuary was set up, not in order to contain 153 2, 102 | no likeness ~of Him was set up; to denote His invisibility. 154 2, 102 | images ~of the seraphim were set up, not to be worshipped, 155 2, 102 | wilderness." The ~candlestick was set up to enhance the beauty 156 2, 102 | the feasts of the moon, set up a ~table in front of 157 2, 102 | circumcision. This ~reason is set forth by the Apostle (Rm. 158 2, 102 | were twelve precious stones set in four rows, on ~which 159 2, 102 | of heaven, and canst thou set down the reason ~[rationem] 160 2, 102 | unfitting command that is set forth in Lev. 19:23: ~"when 161 2, 102 | seems an absurd commandment set forth in Dt. ~23:13, that 162 2, 102 | themselves were ~specially set apart for that purpose. 163 2, 102 | i.e. the offspring, ~and set aside the observance of 164 2, 102 | to dwell; as is clearly set forth in the same passage, 165 2, 102 | shave their heads, ~i.e. set wisdom aside; nor should 166 2, 102 | shave their beards, i.e. set aside ~the perfection of 167 2, 103 | took the stone . . . and set it ~up for a title, pouring 168 2, 103 | certain places should be ~set apart from others for the 169 2, 104 | of the Old Law are ~not set aside, but still retain 170 2, 105 | Therefore the Law should have set a king over the people, 171 2, 105 | shalt say: I will set a king over me . . ~. thou 172 2, 105 | over me . . ~. thou shalt set him," etc.~Aquin.: SMT FS 173 2, 105 | Heb. 5:1; so are rulers set ~up for the benefit of the 174 2, 105 | a number of persons are set in ~authority; partly democracy, 175 2, 105 | by God's orders Josue was set at the ~head in place of 176 2, 105 | from Dt. 17:15: "Thou shalt set him whom the Lord thy ~God 177 2, 105 | first the Lord did ~not set up the kingly authority 178 2, 105 | in the ~people they are set over, and consequently to 179 2, 105 | offensive to ~a man to be set upon in his own house; and 180 2, 105 | 1/1~Whether the Old Law set forth suitable precepts 181 2, 105 | would seem that the Old Law set forth unsuitable precepts ~ 182 2, 105 | maimed their ~servants, to set them free (Ex. 21:26,27). 183 2, 105 | lapse of time they were set free.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 184 2, 105 | a ~pecuniary penalty is set down as being "because it 185 2, 106 | Gospel. But the Gospel is set forth in writing, ~according 186 2, 106 | Testament, "the Law was set forth in an outward fashion, 187 2, 106 | of grace. This reason is ~set down by the Apostle (Rm. 188 2, 107 | many points of faith are set forth in the ~New Law, which 189 2, 107 | Reply OBJ 1: Whatsoever is set down in the New Testament 190 2, 107 | the point of their being set forth explicitly. ~But as 191 2, 107 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: What is set forth implicitly needs to 192 2, 108 | of faith which were not set forth explicitly in the 193 2, 108 | For He permitted them to set forth to preach ~without 194 2, 108 | view. Wherefore Our Lord ~set this aside by teaching, 195 2, 108 | those matters ~which are set down in Mt. 10 and Lk. 9 196 2, 108 | ad 3). Hence they are not set down among the counsels.~ 197 2, 109 | love of the angels were set forth, man in ~a state of 198 2, 111 | gratuitously given is not fittingly set down as a difference of ~ 199 2, 111 | such as these ~are here set down as gratuitous graces.~ 200 2, 111 | bestowing faith. Hence they are set down as special ~gratuitous 201 2, 114 | faith worth with God, Who set such a price on ~another' 202 2, 1 | one ~God" should not be set down as an article of faith.~ 203 2, 1 | becomes necessary in order to set aside the errors that may 204 2, 9 | For this reason sorrow is set forth in this ~beatitude, 205 2, 10 | eat of anything that is set before ~you." And Chrysostom 206 2, 10 | to cease, when a son is ~set at liberty; whereas the 207 2, 11 | we beg that it may be set aright by you who hold the 208 2, 14 | things intelligible, and to set in order all things sensible. ~ 209 2, 15 | that which is of ~faith, is set down before the legal precepts, 210 2, 15 | of faith were not to be set ~before the people, wherefore, 211 2, 15 | understanding were ~fittingly set down in the Old Law?~Aquin.: 212 2, 15 | understanding were unfittingly set down in the Old Law. For 213 2, 15 | understanding are unfittingly set down in the Law.~Aquin.: 214 2, 21 | given these precepts were set forth from the very outset 215 2, 24 | I will reprove thee and set before thy face."~Aquin.: 216 2, 25 | the ~cellar of wine, he set in order charity in me."~ 217 2, 26 | stronger, as it is able to ~set fire to a less inflammable 218 2, 27 | his desire will be fully set at rest; yet ~one's joy 219 2, 27 | to ~virtue. Now sorrow is set down as a vice, as in the 220 2, 28 | movements in one man being set at rest ~together.~Aquin.: 221 2, 32 | power, which power is not set in motion save by something ~ 222 2, 34 | that some are deservedly set ~up, and when he prospers, 223 2, 42 | according to Cant ~2:4: "He set in order charity in me." 224 2, 42 | ourselves," the love of self is set before love of our neighbor. 225 2, 43 | thereto all things should be set in order. Now the highest 226 2, 43 | means is able to judge and set in order all the things 227 2, 43 | he ~is able to judge and set in order all things according 228 2, 43 | it belongs to wisdom to set things ~in order, as the 229 2, 45 | useless to say (Prov. 23:4): "Set bounds to thy ~prudence." 230 2, 46 | Therefore they should not ~be set down as parts of prudence.~ 231 2, 47 | must carefully consider and set in ~order, so that he may 232 2, 47 | and its proper work is to set them ~in due order to the 233 2, 48 | and inanimate beings ~are set in motion by their movers. 234 2, 55 | relation to the agent, is set up by its ~relation to others. 235 2, 62 | life of reason ~whereby to set themselves in motion; they 236 2, 81 | to which ~it belongs to set in order. For this reason 237 2, 81 | attainment ~of good to be set forth before those relating 238 2, 81 | spirit and in truth is to set about praying ~through the 239 2, 81 | the longer' in order to set us an ~example." Further 240 2, 84 | wherefore it ~belongs to him to set forth the Divine teachings 241 2, 84 | the first-fruits, shall set it before the ~altar of 242 2, 85 | Every year thou shalt set aside the tithes of all ~ 243 2, 92 | in the Church are ~images set up which the faithful worship. 244 2, 92 | in the Church are images set up that the worship of latria 245 2, 92 | divine honor, since they set up two gods in opposition ~ 246 2, 92 | Prometheus was the first ~to set up statues of men: and the 247 2, 93 | extended beyond the limits set according to the ~order 248 2, 98 | on which no ~price can be set, and which is essentially 249 2, 99 | there will ~be no need to set piety aside for the sake 250 2, 100 | good, which we ought to set ~aside for the common good: 251 2, 102 | good ~of other virtues is set aside, is better than other 252 2, 102 | means may such a good be set aside on account of obedience. 253 2, 102 | good we ~ought sometimes to set aside for the sake of obedience 254 2, 103 | of a lower authority is set ~aside if it be contrary 255 2, 115 | very nature it tends ~to set in order one's own affection 256 2, 116 | self-sufficing, else it would not ~set man's appetite at rest, 257 2, 118 | the law, and it is good to set ~aside the letter of the 258 2, 118 | OBJ 1: "Epikeia" does not set aside that which is just 259 2, 118 | where it is ~not allowed to set aside the letter of the 260 2, 120 | precepts of the Law to be set in order according to the ~ 261 2, 120 | home the first thing to be set up is the foundation: and 262 2, 120 | seventh ~day - that is, to set it aside as a day to be 263 2, 120 | a natural inclination to set aside a certain ~time for 264 2, 120 | thus to have a certain time set aside for occupying oneself ~ 265 2, 127 | even as to avoid shame, men set ~aside all other things. 266 2, 127 | confidence, ~hope being set before thee." Wherefore 267 2, 134 | weakness rather than of set purpose are ~said to be 268 2, 136 | go upon the ground, nor set down her foot for . . . 269 2, 137 | order in which they ~are set forth, observing at the 270 2, 144 | taught me, that I should set myself to take food as ~ 271 2, 150 | duty of this kind cannot be set aside ~without sin. The 272 2, 151 | against virtue for a person to set himself to sleep. That venereal ~ 273 2, 156 | whereas it is evil if it set the order of reason ~aside. 274 2, 156 | the sin of anger, and ~as set down by the Philosopher.~ 275 2, 159 | cases is that man should set the good of reason before 276 2, 159 | prejudice to humility they may set the gifts they have received 277 2, 159 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If we set what our neighbor has of 278 2, 159 | is clear that humility is set above justice. Now justice ~ 279 2, 159 | the contrary, Charity is set above all the virtues, according 280 2, 159 | Reply OBJ 1: Humility is not set before justice, but before 281 2, 159 | degrees of humility that are set ~down in the Rule of the 282 2, 159 | are above us, and ~not to set ourselves above our equals: 283 2, 159 | to our equals, and not to set ourselves before our inferiors; ~ 284 2, 160 | people's conduct not so as to set themselves beneath them 285 2, 160 | humility, but so as to set themselves above them with 286 2, 160 | other people's ~virtues, set others above themselves." 287 2, 162 | of corporal creatures are set in order ~through the ministry 288 2, 162 | there ~was a fiery guard set there by the ministry of 289 2, 163 | the earth,' the cattle are set above him, not in ~power, 290 2, 166 | the outward members are ~set in motion at the command 291 2, 167 | ostentation or pride, in order to set oneself above others, ~it 292 2, 169 | entered into me . . . and He set me upon my feet." After 293 2, 169 | glory shall pass, I will set thee in a hole of the rock," ~ 294 2, 169 | error, "they are very soon ~set aright by the Holy Ghost [* 295 2, 169 | Para. 3/3~The arguments set down in the first place 296 2, 172 | prophetic writings were being set up with greater publicity, 297 2, 181 | directed upwards, his feet set firmly on the ground, and 298 2, 182 | governments [*Vulg.: 'God hath set some in the church . . . 299 2, 183 | related in Holy Writ are set ~before us as an example, 300 2, 183 | any man to desire to be set over others in order to 301 2, 183 | Apostle said this ~he who was set over the people was the 302 2, 183 | did not, ~in his reply, set himself before the others, 303 2, 183 | any ~person be lawfully set above them, they would be 304 2, 184 | kind of model; and this is set aside by contempt. Yet ~ 305 2, 184 | contents of the law are set forth by way of ~precept; 306 2, 185 | Secondly, in order to set an example to others; wherefore 307 2, 186 | apply to moderate wealth, set by for the common use, merely 308 2, 186 | and that these things be set by for the common use.~Aquin.: 309 2, 187 | 25. ~Now a slave cannot set aside the service of his 310 2, 187 | less therefore can a son set aside the deference due 311 2, 187 | religion so as altogether to set aside the care for their 312 2, 187 | obligation cannot lawfully ~set it aside so long as he is 313 2, 187 | that side ~whither I had set my face, and whither I trembled 314 3, 1 | well-doing, in which He set us an example; hence Augustine 315 3, 1 | man, He would not have set an example."~Aquin.: SMT 316 3, 1 | 2), expounding ~what is set down in Lk. 19:10, "For 317 3, 1 | to be with those who are set free, and ~His truth with 318 3, 2 | this is the first opinion set down by the Master (Sent. ~ 319 3, 7 | its end that a ~measure is set to every form. as there 320 3, 8 | head of the way, thou hast set ~up a sign of thy prostitution" - " 321 3, 8 | nature in which man is set over man.~Aquin.: SMT TP 322 3, 8 | 22): that God the Father set "Him," namely Christ, "on 323 3, 10 | Eph. 1:20,21) that God set Christ "on ~His right hand 324 3, 13 | regards falling from a beam set on high, since the ~imagination 325 3, 15 | of sin. And hence Christ set ~the highest example to 326 3, 22 | above (A[1]), a priest is set between God and ~man. Now 327 3, 22 | solemn oblation of blood, as set down, Lev. 16:11. But the 328 3, 23 | there is natural sonship, as set down in the ~FP, Q[27], 329 3, 25 | they were images; for they set up images to ~certain creatures, 330 3, 25 | 19) that "a ~throne was set for the king's mother, and 331 3, 27 | according to Ps. 18:6: "He hath set His tabernacle in the ~sun." 332 3, 28 | I dined in the port, I set sail,' we do not understand 333 3, 28 | dined ~in port after he set sail: but that his mind 334 3, 28 | sail: but that his mind was set on dining in port." ~In 335 3, 28 | Gal. 3:19: The ~law "was set because of transgressions, 336 3, 31 | fruit of thy womb I will set upon thy throne." Wherefore ~ 337 3, 31 | genealogy should not have been set down.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] 338 3, 31 | Therefore Christ's genealogy is set down by the ~evangelists 339 3, 31 | Matthew, who is said to have set down Christ's ~genealogy 340 3, 31 | to our mortal nature, he set down the ~genealogy of Christ 341 3, 34 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The order set down by the Apostle in this 342 3, 35 | he choose ~Jerusalem to set up his throne there, and 343 3, 35 | more to show His ~power, He set up the head of His Church 344 3, 36 | since Christ had not come to set up an earthly kingdom, as 345 3, 36 | that Christ, who came to set man ~free, rewarded those 346 3, 36 | Christ came in order to set free the whole world from ~ 347 3, 36 | born, and ~that the Magi set off as soon as they saw 348 3, 37 | burden of the Law, He might set others free ~therefrom, 349 3, 37 | being saved; which law is set down Ex. 13. Here ~also 350 3, 38 | of a general commandment set down in Sacred Writ, but 351 3, 38 | that "this ~is distinctly set down in some of the apocryphal 352 3, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: Christ was set before men as an example 353 3, 41 | But an example should be set openly ~before those who 354 3, 41 | Christ's second temptation is set down, in ~which "the devil 355 3, 41 | into the Holy City, and set Him upon ~the pinnacle of 356 3, 41 | that "Christ in doing this set forth the mystery of ~Adam' 357 3, 41 | paradise into the ~desert, and "set an example to us, by showing 358 3, 41 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ is set as an example to all through 359 3, 41 | xiii in Matth.), they are set down in order to describe ~ 360 3, 41 | intends. But when the devil set Christ on a pinnacle of 361 3, 41 | that Christ could have been set on a pinnacle of the Temple ~ 362 3, 41 | Thus, too, did the devil set about the temptation of 363 3, 41 | Him, and afterwards He was set on the pinnacle of the ~ 364 3, 41 | be that the Evangelists set these things in different ~ 365 3, 41 | v in Matth.): "The devil set Him" ~(on a pinnacle of 366 3, 41 | kingdom or city ~lay, and set forth to Him in words their 367 3, 42 | rather than the truth be ~set aside," as Gregory says ( 368 3, 46 | human race; and ~so man was set free by Christ's justice: 369 3, 46 | Secondly, because thereby He set us an example of obedience, ~ 370 3, 46 | cross of this Man had to be set before him, ~because, among 371 3, 46 | constructed of timbers, as is set forth Ex. ~27:, and in this 372 3, 46 | 2 Para. 2/3~Secondly, to set us the example of shunning 373 3, 46 | and one on His left, to set forth by the ~very appearance 374 3, 46 | judgment-seat: for the judge being set ~in the midst, the one who 375 3, 46 | and the dead; some He will set on His right, others on 376 3, 46 | Matth.): "Two thieves are ~set, one upon His right and 377 3, 49 | he held captive should be set at ~liberty since they believed 378 3, 49 | for their sins were not set free by ~Christ's Passion, 379 3, 50 | to its penalty - He might set us the example ~of dying 380 3, 50 | appear that the body can set the soul aside, by separating 381 3, 51 | done to Christ which might set an ~example of wastefulness. 382 3, 51 | body): hence the example is set us that we may lawfully 383 3, 51 | great stone" which was set shows ~that "the tomb could 384 3, 52 | Christ descending into hell "set free all the just who were 385 3, 52 | has ~already by descending set others free." But He permits 386 3, 52 | in Purgatory, ~were not set free from Purgatory by Christ' 387 3, 52 | were found such as are now set free from Purgatory by virtue 388 3, 53 | Body Para. 4/5~Fourthly, to set in order the lives of the 389 3, 55 | Resurrection from the very out set: but after they had once 390 3, 55 | Lord ~Himself, would be set down as a falsehood, because 391 3, 55 | Psalms, concerning Me": as is set forth Lk. 24:44.~Aquin.: 392 3, 55 | the Scriptures, which He set before them to show the 393 3, 57 | most fitting for it to be set ~above all bodies. Thus 394 3, 57 | written (Eph. 1:21): "God set Him above all ~principality, 395 3, 58 | also have ~overcome, and am set down with My Father in His 396 3, 58 | written (Mt. 25:33): "He shall set the sheep on His ~right 397 3, 59 | I have overcome and am set down in My ~Father's throne [ 398 3, 59 | which a man's heart is set, such as temporal concerns, 399 3, 59 | the earth? or whom hath He set over the ~world which He 400 3, 59 | does it follow that God ~set another over the earth; 401 3, 60 | Scriptures spiritual things are ~set before us under the guise 402 3, 63 | renewed, when the man has been set free and reprimanded? is 403 3, 63 | spiritual ~seal that is set on them, and is called a 404 3, 63 | But a "sign" which is set down in the definition of 405 3, 64 | 11:34): "The rest I will set in order when I come."~Aquin.: 406 3, 66 | On the other hand, as set down in De Eccles. Dogm. 407 3, 67 | the highest it belongs to ~set in order those matters that 408 3, 68 | those sinners ~whose will is set on renouncing sin.~Aquin.: 409 3, 68 | to a man whose will is set on sinning, and hence expels 410 3, 69 | God']." But guilt is not set in order save by punishment, 411 3, 69 | those pains, his sins are set in order by the pains of ~ 412 3, 69 | the virtues are fittingly set down as effects of ~Baptism, 413 3, 69 | virtues are unfittingly set ~down as effects of Baptism, 414 3, 72 | 11:34): "The ~rest I will set in order, when I come."~ 415 3, 73 | the Emperor's image ~is set up to be reverenced in his 416 3, 74 | effects of grace ~are no less set in order than those of nature. 417 3, 74 | But, "there is a limit set ~by nature upon all existing 418 3, 75 | Christ's flesh and blood are set before us to be partaken 419 3, 76 | since the Godhead never ~set aside the assumed body, 420 3, 76 | dimensive quantities be set side by side, ~the greater 421 3, 78 | thee." But in the words set forth ~above there is no 422 3, 78 | The conjunction "for" is set in this form according to 423 3, 79 | from all that has been set forth that this sacrament 424 3, 79 | which is the law of sin, is set down as an effect not of ~ 425 3, 80 | eating ~Christ's body is not set down as a third way besides 426 3, 80 | Christ's precept is not to be set aside for the ~sake of avoiding 427 3, 80 | once the blush of shame is set aside, they will ~indulge 428 3, 80 | sense of decency, can ~be set aside owing to any necessity, 429 3, 80 | unity of Christ's Passion is set ~forth. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 430 3, 80 | on Holy Thursday," as is set forth in the Decretals ( 431 3, 83 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, as is set down in the Decretals (De 432 3, 83 | belong to the Sunday, ~as is set forth in the Decretals ( 433 3, 83 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: As is set down in the decree (De Consecr., 434 3, 83 | are used which are ~not set down in the Gospels: for 435 3, 83 | whole Church, and "for those set in high places" ~(1 Tim. 436 3, 83 | sacrament, Christ's body is set before ~us as food, so is 437 Suppl, 7 | rather than "hope" should be set down as ~the cause of confession.~ 438 Suppl, 7 | hope rather than fear is set down as the cause of confession.~ 439 Suppl, 12| another, the ~equality is set up in the agent, while when 440 Suppl, 12| others, the equality is set up in the subject that has 441 Suppl, 12| to destroy good than to set it up, it follows that it 442 Suppl, 17| said. For a man may be set free from hell by the remission 443 Suppl, 19| power of the keys, a man is set up between the ~people and 444 Suppl, 24| neither through hatred nor of set ~purpose; (3) if the striker 445 Suppl, 34| sacrament is unsuitably set ~forth in the text (Sent. 446 Suppl, 35| the recipient of Orders is set ~in authority to expel ignorance 447 Suppl, 35| who receive orders ~are set above the people in the 448 Suppl, 36| spiritual things must be set before temporal things in 449 Suppl, 36| faithful servant whom He has set ~"over His household to 450 Suppl, 36| promoted and the unworthy set aside. And though it were 451 Suppl, 37| consecration except to be set ~aside for the Divine worship, 452 Suppl, 40| bind in place of Him ~Who set up that very throne, and 453 Suppl, 43| Again, seemingly they cannot set one another free; for it 454 Suppl, 43| contracted together and then ~set one another free; and such 455 Suppl, 43| indeed he or she gains, being set free from one ~who has become 456 Suppl, 43| betrothed to one another should set one ~another free." Yet 457 Suppl, 47| Objections; for the first set of ~arguments consider the 458 Suppl, 47| compulsion, and the second set of ~arguments consider the 459 Suppl, 47| pretext for compulsion must be set aside." Now mutual contract 460 Suppl, 50| seemingly, can human law set impediments against marriage, ~ 461 Suppl, 51| for this reason error is set down as being the proximate ~ 462 Suppl, 53| which ~truth is not to be set aside on account of scandal. 463 Suppl, 58| maintained that witchcraft can set up an ~impediment to carnal 464 Suppl, 65| 3:19) that the Law "was set because ~of transgressors [ 465 Suppl, 69| as soon as the soul is set free from the body it is 466 Suppl, 69| but ~their desire was not set at rest by their attaining 467 Suppl, 69| hell if those whom He ~set free were not part of the 468 Suppl, 69| Therefore since ~those whom He set free were shut up in hell, 469 Suppl, 72| except by asking of God to be set ~free; and yet the fulfillment 470 Suppl, 72| lofty spirits ~that are set over the nations never fight 471 Suppl, 72| higher heavens, but only to ~set its movement at rest. Now 472 Suppl, 72| being cleansed they will be ~set at rest by God's will alone.~ 473 Suppl, 72| wicked, the world shall be set on fire and shall be ~renewed." 474 Suppl, 73| but it begins at once to set up a movement towards heat, 475 Suppl, 78| error of nature will be set right at the resurrection. 476 Suppl, 85| understand that the details set forth in ~Mt. 25 will be 477 Suppl, 86| the Divine, be ~entirely set aside. Wherefore just as 478 Suppl, 92| it on Ps. 18:6, ~"He hath set His tabernacle in the sun," 479 Suppl, 93| also have overcome, and am set down in My Father's throne ~[ 480 Suppl, 96| unbelievers, are at ~length set free from punishment. But 481 Appen1, 2| are in Purgatory ask to be set free, as ~appears from many 482 Appen1, 2| not know that they will be set free, they ~would not ask 483 Appen2, 1| sins in ~this life, "he is set free after death by the 484 Appen2, 1| justice demands that sin be set in order by due punishment,


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