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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | God loves the human nature assumed by the Word of God in ~the 2 1, 29 | not a person, since it is assumed by a greater - that ~is, 3 1, 31 | some implied meaning be assumed in the ~predicate, as, for 4 1, 32 | prove the Trinity; as, when ~assumed to be true, such reasons 5 1, 39 | prior substance taken and assumed by the ~other two." Therefore 6 1, 41 | referred to ~the created nature assumed by the Son, so that the 7 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Son assumed the visible creature, wherein 8 1, 43 | by reason of the nature ~assumed, the Son is called less 9 1, 43 | such a purpose, necessarily assumed by the Holy ~Ghost into 10 1, 43 | person, since it was not assumed or used for ~the purpose 11 1, 51 | functions of life in the bodies assumed?~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 12 1, 51 | naturally ~united to it, but assumed for some purpose, as will 13 1, 51 | mover, it is not said to be assumed, ~otherwise it would follow 14 1, 51 | moved by the angels are assumed ~by them. Therefore the 15 1, 51 | appeared ~to Abraham under assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 51 | Reply OBJ 1: Angels need an assumed body, not for themselves, 17 1, 51 | come. Moreover that angels assumed bodies under the Old Law 18 1, 51 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The body assumed is united to the angel not 19 1, 51 | mover represented by the assumed ~movable body. For as in 20 1, 51 | needful for ~forming the assumed body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 21 1, 51 | functions of life in the bodies assumed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 22 1, 51 | exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies. For pretence is 23 1, 51 | be pretence if the body assumed by them, which seems to 24 1, 51 | functions of life in the assumed body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 25 1, 51 | without a purpose in the body assumed by the angel, if ~he perceived 26 1, 51 | angel perceives by ~the assumed body; and this is the most 27 1, 51 | manifestly seen to move in their assumed bodies. For it was said ( 28 1, 51 | exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 29 1, 51 | Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed bodies. Therefore in their 30 1, 51 | bodies. Therefore in their assumed bodies they ~exercise functions 31 1, 51 | angels appeared in their assumed bodies they ate, and ~Abraham 32 1, 51 | exercise functions of life in assumed ~bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP 33 1, 51 | befallen ~the angels in their assumed bodies; for it is related: " 34 1, 51 | vital functions in their assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 35 1, 51 | the contrary, The bodies assumed by angels have no life, 36 1, 51 | functions of life through assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 37 1, 51 | functions can be performed in assumed ~bodies by the angels, as 38 1, 51 | angels that through their assumed ~bodies they appear to be 39 1, 51 | not. For ~the bodies are assumed merely for this purpose, 40 1, 51 | through the organs of their ~assumed bodies. Yet such bodies 41 1, 51 | of ~life; but the bodies assumed by the angels are not thus 42 1, 51 | the movement of the bodies assumed. But ~they are not moved 43 1, 51 | not talk through their ~assumed bodies; yet there is a semblance 44 1, 51 | neither changed into the assumed body, nor was the body of 45 1, 51 | demons, nor from their ~assumed bodies, but from the seed 46 1, 39 | prior substance taken and assumed by the ~other two." Therefore 47 1, 41 | referred to ~the created nature assumed by the Son, so that the 48 1, 43 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Son assumed the visible creature, wherein 49 1, 43 | by reason of the nature ~assumed, the Son is called less 50 1, 43 | such a purpose, necessarily assumed by the Holy ~Ghost into 51 1, 43 | person, since it was not assumed or used for ~the purpose 52 1, 52 | functions of life in the bodies assumed?~~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 53 1, 52 | naturally ~united to it, but assumed for some purpose, as will 54 1, 52 | mover, it is not said to be assumed, ~otherwise it would follow 55 1, 52 | moved by the angels are assumed ~by them. Therefore the 56 1, 52 | appeared ~to Abraham under assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 57 1, 52 | Reply OBJ 1: Angels need an assumed body, not for themselves, 58 1, 52 | come. Moreover that angels assumed bodies under the Old Law 59 1, 52 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The body assumed is united to the angel not 60 1, 52 | mover represented by the assumed ~movable body. For as in 61 1, 52 | needful for ~forming the assumed body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 62 1, 52 | functions of life in the bodies assumed?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 63 1, 52 | exercise functions of life in ~assumed bodies. For pretence is 64 1, 52 | be pretence if the body assumed by them, which seems to 65 1, 52 | functions of life in the assumed body.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] 66 1, 52 | without a purpose in the body assumed by the angel, if ~he perceived 67 1, 52 | angel perceives by ~the assumed body; and this is the most 68 1, 52 | manifestly seen to move in their assumed bodies. For it was said ( 69 1, 52 | exercise functions of life in assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 70 1, 52 | Scripture that ~angels spoke in assumed bodies. Therefore in their 71 1, 52 | bodies. Therefore in their assumed bodies they ~exercise functions 72 1, 52 | angels appeared in their assumed bodies they ate, and ~Abraham 73 1, 52 | exercise functions of life in assumed ~bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP 74 1, 52 | befallen ~the angels in their assumed bodies; for it is related: " 75 1, 52 | vital functions in their assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 76 1, 52 | the contrary, The bodies assumed by angels have no life, 77 1, 52 | functions of life through assumed bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 78 1, 52 | functions can be performed in assumed ~bodies by the angels, as 79 1, 52 | angels that through their assumed ~bodies they appear to be 80 1, 52 | not. For ~the bodies are assumed merely for this purpose, 81 1, 52 | through the organs of their ~assumed bodies. Yet such bodies 82 1, 52 | of ~life; but the bodies assumed by the angels are not thus 83 1, 52 | the movement of the bodies assumed. But ~they are not moved 84 1, 52 | not talk through their ~assumed bodies; yet there is a semblance 85 1, 52 | neither changed into the assumed body, nor was the body of 86 1, 52 | demons, nor from their ~assumed bodies, but from the seed 87 1, 107 | nature, men can in no way be assumed into the angelic ~orders; 88 1, 107 | not all who are saved are assumed into the angelic ~orders, 89 1, 111 | grace or by the nature assumed, where He was before by 90 2, 102 | signified ~Christ in respect his assumed weakness, denoted by the 91 2, 112 | but the created nature assumed. Therefore a creature may 92 2, 81 | or pray in respect of His assumed, i.e. His human, nature ~ 93 2, 82 | something belonging to God is assumed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[84] Out. 94 2, 93 | something ~divine that is assumed, as stated above with regard 95 2, 159 | but only as regards His ~assumed nature. Secondly, a thing 96 2, 159 | the human ~nature which He assumed." Now He especially proposed 97 3, 1 | the Son ~of God, having assumed human nature, established 98 3, 1 | same ~sermon: "Weakness is assumed by strength, lowliness by 99 3, 2 | assuming; thirdly, the ~nature assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] Out. 100 3, 2 | nature. But the Word of God assumed an ~individual human nature, 101 3, 2 | by reason of the nature assumed, and not by ~reason of the 102 3, 2 | this way He would not have assumed human nature in reality, ~ 103 3, 2 | Son of ~God would not have assumed flesh, contrary to what 104 3, 2 | said that the Son of God assumed human nature as it is ~in 105 3, 2 | otherwise He would have ~assumed all men. Therefore it remains, 106 3, 2 | Fide Orth. iii, 11) that He assumed human nature "in atomo," 107 3, 2 | beginning of his conception assumed by the ~Word of God. And 108 3, 2 | likewise the human nature assumed by the Word ~of God is ennobled, 109 3, 2 | accidentally, because it is assumed unto the same being, so 110 3, 2 | to ~it, not as if it were assumed unto one being inasmuch 111 3, 2 | nature (even as the body is assumed to the being of the soul), 112 3, 2 | Not everything that is assumed as an instrument pertains 113 3, 2 | nothing prevents what is assumed into the unity of the ~hypostasis 114 3, 2 | that the human nature was assumed by the ~Word merely as an 115 3, 2 | Emmanuel," i.e. Christ, "was assumed ~for the office of an instrument, 116 3, 2 | what is united and what is ~assumed. But union and assumption 117 3, 2 | thing assuming and the ~assumed. Therefore union seems to 118 3, 2 | is said to be united, not assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[8] 119 3, 2 | something is said to be assumed. Now from this difference 120 3, 2 | assuming is not said to be assumed. For the ~human nature is 121 3, 2 | the abstract, is viewed as assumed; and we ~do not say the 122 3, 2 | Nature is not said to be assumed by the ~human, but conversely, 123 3, 2 | likewise the united and ~the assumed are not identical, for the 124 3, 2 | said to be ~united, but not assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[8] 125 3, 2 | on the part of the thing assumed, which is ~flesh or human 126 3, 2 | in Whom human nature is assumed so as to be in the Person 127 3, 3 | and consequently what is assumed is ~added to the one who 128 3, 3 | that to which anything is assumed is communicated in ~some 129 3, 3 | some degree to what is assumed to it, just as dignity is 130 3, 3 | communicated to ~whosoever is assumed to a dignity. But it is 131 3, 3 | Persons; and thus the Father ~assumed human nature even as the 132 3, 3 | secondarily that the Nature assumed a nature to Its Person. 133 3, 3 | changed to flesh, but that it assumed the nature of flesh. Hence ~ 134 3, 3 | human nature in Christ is assumed by God, so ~likewise are 135 3, 3 | God, so ~likewise are men assumed by Him through grace, according 136 3, 3 | Divine Persons could have assumed human nature?~Aquin.: SMT 137 3, 3 | Divine Person could have assumed ~human nature except the 138 3, 3 | Holy Ghost could not have assumed flesh.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 139 3, 3 | the Holy Ghost could have assumed flesh even as the ~Son.~ 140 3, 3 | that the human nature be ~assumed by the three Persons.~Aquin.: 141 3, 3 | but one human nature is assumed to the Divine Person or ~ 142 3, 3 | quality of the human nature ~assumed. Therefore it is not impossible 143 3, 3 | the human nature would be assumed to ~the unity, not indeed 144 3, 3 | natures. For the nature assumed in the mystery of the Incarnation 145 3, 3 | united to the whole nature assumed, i.e. to every part of it, ~ 146 3, 3 | from that which the Son has assumed; for in nothing is the power ~ 147 3, 3 | distinct from the one He has assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[3] A[7] 148 3, 3 | that a Divine ~Person so assumed one human nature as to be 149 3, 3 | human nature which He has assumed, can assume another distinct ~ 150 3, 3 | account of the one nature assumed, as was said above (A[6], 151 3, 3 | two qualities." Now the assumed nature is, as it were, a ~ 152 3, 3 | Person, inasmuch as it is assumed ~by the Divine Person in 153 3, 3 | the ~human nature may be assumed by the Divine Person, the 154 3, 3 | union with the whole nature assumed, i.e. in all ~its parts. 155 3, 3 | Now in the two natures assumed there would be a uniform ~ 156 3, 4 | on the part of what was assumed. About ~which we must consider 157 3, 4 | consider first what things were assumed by the Word of God; ~secondly, 158 3, 4 | 2/3~Now the Son of God assumed human nature and its parts. 159 3, 4 | was more capable of being assumed than any ~other nature?~( 160 3, 4 | other nature?~(2) Whether He assumed a person?~(3) Whether He 161 3, 4 | a person?~(3) Whether He assumed a man?~(4) Whether it was 162 3, 4 | not more capable of being ~assumed by the Son of God than any 163 3, 4 | not ~more capable of being assumed than any other creature.~ 164 3, 4 | is more capable of being assumed than human nature.~Aquin.: 165 3, 4 | being capable of being ~assumed by a Divine Person, and 166 3, 4 | corruption; hence they ~cannot be assumed to the unity of a Divine 167 3, 4 | perfection in the creature assumed. But this would ~not seem 168 3, 4 | angelic nature for being ~assumed. For God by producing a 169 3, 4 | nature is capable of being assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[2] 170 3, 4 | 1~Whether the Son of God assumed a person? ~Aquin.: SMT TP 171 3, 4 | seem that the Son of God assumed a person. For Damascene ~ 172 3, 4 | 11) that the Son of God "assumed human nature ~'in atomo,'" 173 3, 4 | Therefore the Son ~of God assumed a person.~Aquin.: SMT TP 174 3, 4 | 6) that the Son of ~God "assumed what He had sown in our 175 3, 4 | Therefore the Son of God assumed a person.~Aquin.: SMT TP 176 3, 4 | existed previous to its being assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[2] 177 3, 4 | ad Petrum ii) ~that "God assumed the nature, not the person, 178 3, 4 | that, A thing is said to be assumed inasmuch as it is taken ~ 179 3, 4 | another. Hence, what is assumed must be presupposed to the ~ 180 3, 4 | one assuming and the other assumed, which is false, as was 181 3, 4 | that the Son of God nowise assumed a ~human person.~Aquin.: 182 3, 4 | Reply OBJ 1: The Son of God assumed human nature "in atomo," 183 3, 4 | follow that a person was assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[2] 184 3, 4 | not wanting to the nature assumed ~through the loss of anything 185 3, 4 | human nature had not been assumed by a Divine Person, the 186 3, 4 | Whether the Divine Person assumed a man?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 187 3, 4 | seem that the Divine Person assumed a man. For it is ~written ( 188 3, 4 | Christ. xi): "The Son of God assumed a man, and in him bore things 189 3, 4 | nature. But the Son of ~God assumed a human nature. Therefore 190 3, 4 | human nature. Therefore He assumed a man.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 191 3, 4 | Therefore He is the man whom He assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[3] 192 3, 4 | Word of God, ~and not a man assumed by God, in such sort that 193 3, 4 | said above (A[2]), what is assumed is not the ~term of the 194 3, 4 | Whom the human nature is ~assumed is none other than the Divine 195 3, 4 | properly ~be said that the Son assumed a man, granted (as it must 196 3, 4 | said that the Son of God assumed a man. ~Hence the first 197 3, 4 | grants that a man was ~assumed. But this opinion is erroneous, 198 3, 4 | as to ~say that a man was assumed, inasmuch as his nature 199 3, 4 | inasmuch as his nature was assumed; and ~because the assumption 200 3, 4 | cannot say a ~suppositum was assumed, so we cannot say a man 201 3, 4 | we cannot say a man was assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[3] 202 3, 4 | God is not the man whom He assumed, but the man ~whose nature 203 3, 4 | the man ~whose nature He assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[4] 204 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed human nature abstracted 205 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed human ~nature abstracted 206 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed human nature ~as it is abstracted 207 3, 4 | Son of ~God ought to have assumed self-existing [per se] man, 208 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed this.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] 209 3, 4 | Further, human nature was not assumed by the Son of God in the ~ 210 3, 4 | Therefore the Son of God assumed ~human nature as it is separated 211 3, 4 | fitting that it should be assumed by the Word of God. First, ~ 212 3, 4 | the Son ~of God, having assumed our nature, might merit 213 3, 4 | intelligible. But the Son ~of God assumed human nature in order to 214 3, 4 | could human nature have been assumed by the Son of ~God, as it 215 3, 4 | say that the Son of God assumed ~human nature as it is in 216 3, 4 | not necessary for it to be assumed by ~the Word, since it had 217 3, 4 | Although human nature was not assumed in the concrete, as ~if 218 3, 4 | assumption, nevertheless it is ~assumed in an individual, since 219 3, 4 | individual, since it is assumed so as to be in an ~individual.~ 220 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed human nature in all ~individuals?~ 221 3, 4 | Son of God ought to have assumed human ~nature in all individuals. 222 3, 4 | individuals. For what is assumed first and by itself is ~ 223 3, 4 | human nature should be ~assumed by the Word of God in all 224 3, 4 | way if all men had been ~assumed to the natural sonship than 225 3, 4 | nature ought to have been assumed by God in all its supposita. ~ 226 3, 4 | unfitting for human nature to be assumed by the ~Word in all its 227 3, 4 | other suppositum in the assumed nature, except ~the Person 228 3, 4 | nature except what was assumed, it would follow that there 229 3, 4 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To be assumed belongs to the human nature 230 3, 4 | have taken place had He assumed human nature in ~all its 231 3, 4 | from sinners had He not assumed human nature of the stock 232 3, 4 | that He ought not to have assumed human nature of ~the stock 233 3, 4 | nature, He ought to ~have assumed it in Adam himself.~Aquin.: 234 3, 4 | He ought rather to have assumed it from the Gentiles than 235 3, 4 | had corrupted should be assumed that ~whereby satisfaction 236 3, 4 | and weakened ~nature, He assumed that which was raised to 237 3, 4 | wonderful, seeing that though assumed from a mass tainted by ~ 238 3, 5 | HUMAN NATURE WHICH WERE ASSUMED (FOUR ARTICLES) ~We must 239 3, 5 | Son of God ought to have assumed a true body?~(2) Whether 240 3, 5 | Whether He ought to have assumed an earthly body, i.e. one 241 3, 5 | Whether He ought to have assumed a soul?~(4) Whether He ought 242 3, 5 | Whether He ought to have assumed an intellect?~Aquin.: SMT 243 3, 5 | Son of God ought to have assumed a true body?~Aquin.: SMT 244 3, 5 | Hence it is plain that He assumed a true body.~Aquin.: SMT 245 3, 5 | He must consequently have assumed a real body. The ~second 246 3, 5 | God." ~For the Son of God assumed a true body, not so as to 247 3, 5 | natures remaining distinct, He assumed a body to the unity of ~ 248 3, 5 | Son of God ought to have assumed a carnal or earthly body?~ 249 3, 5 | 20, if the Son of God had assumed a heavenly body, He would 250 3, 5 | a ~new way, viz. by His assumed. nature, according to Jn. 251 3, 5 | 1~Whether the Son of God assumed a soul?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 252 3, 5 | to flesh, but because He ~assumed flesh. Therefore He seems 253 3, 5 | Therefore He seems not to have assumed a soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 254 3, 5 | Word would seem not to have assumed a soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 255 3, 5 | that only a human body was assumed by the Word of ~God; and 256 3, 5 | Apollinaris that the Son of God assumed ~only flesh, without a soul, 257 3, 5 | 1~Whether the Son of God assumed a human mind or intellect?~ 258 3, 5 | necessary for the mind to be assumed. Hence Damascene says (De 259 3, 5 | 6) that "the Word of God assumed a body and an intellectual 260 3, 5 | wholly; for what was not assumed is ~not curable." Thirdly, 261 3, 6 | Whether the Son of God assumed flesh through the medium 262 3, 6 | the soul?~(2) Whether He assumed the soul through the medium 263 3, 6 | 3) Whether the soul was assumed previous to the flesh?~( 264 3, 6 | the flesh of Christ was assumed by the Word previous to ~ 265 3, 6 | the whole human nature was assumed through the medium of ~the 266 3, 6 | parts?~(6) Whether it was assumed through the medium of grace?~ 267 3, 6 | 1~Whether the Son of God assumed flesh through the medium 268 3, 6 | 1~Whether the Son of God assumed a soul through the medium 269 3, 6 | that which comes later is assumed by the first through ~the 270 3, 6 | of God is said to have ~assumed flesh through the medium 271 3, 6 | the soul. For the soul is assumed congruously ~only inasmuch 272 3, 6 | 1/1~Whether the soul was assumed before the flesh by the 273 3, 6 | that the soul of Christ was assumed before the ~flesh by the 274 3, 6 | Word. For the Son of God assumed flesh through the medium 275 3, 6 | Therefore the Son of God assumed the soul before the body.~ 276 3, 6 | not ~created before it was assumed, for Damascene says (De 277 3, 6 | seem that ~the soul was assumed before the flesh, which 278 3, 6 | the soul ~of Christ was assumed by the Word of God.~Aquin.: 279 3, 6 | and ~thus, since it was assumed by the Word, either the 280 3, 6 | the flesh of Christ was assumed by the Word before being 281 3, 6 | the flesh of Christ was assumed by the Word ~before being 282 3, 6 | the Godhead ~before it was assumed by the Word." But the flesh 283 3, 6 | the flesh of Christ was assumed before being united ~to 284 3, 6 | and thus the flesh ~was assumed by the Word before being 285 3, 6 | ought not ~to have been assumed before it was human flesh; 286 3, 6 | Therefore since the soul was not assumed ~before the flesh, inasmuch 287 3, 6 | ought not to have ~been assumed before the soul, since it 288 3, 6 | the whole human nature was assumed through the medium of the ~ 289 3, 6 | seem that the Son of God assumed the whole human nature ~ 290 3, 6 | invisible and unchangeable Truth assumed the soul ~through the medium 291 3, 6 | whole man. Therefore He assumed all, through the medium 292 3, 6 | Further, the Son of God assumed flesh through the medium 293 3, 6 | the whole. Therefore He assumed the ~whole through the medium 294 3, 6 | assumption. Therefore He assumed the whole by the parts.~ 295 3, 6 | Therefore the Son of God ~assumed the parts through the medium 296 3, 6 | prior in nature, that is assumed ~which is posterior in nature. 297 3, 6 | said that the Word of God assumed the parts ~of human nature, 298 3, 6 | the whole; for even as He assumed ~the body on account of 299 3, 6 | rational soul, so likewise He ~assumed a body and soul on account 300 3, 6 | the parts of human nature, assumed the whole human ~nature. 301 3, 6 | Whether the human nature was assumed through the medium of grace?~ 302 3, 6 | seem that the Son of God assumed human nature through ~the 303 3, 6 | Therefore the Son of God assumed the soul through ~the medium 304 3, 6 | the human nature was not assumed by means of grace.~Aquin.: 305 3, 7 | habitual grace in the soul assumed by ~the Word. For grace 306 3, 7 | the world, inasmuch as He assumed human nature; but the ~principle 307 3, 8 | as ~if his humanity were assumed by the devil into unity 308 3, 9 | De Incarnat. vii): "God assumed the ~perfection of human 309 3, 9 | above (Q[5]), the Son of God assumed an entire ~human nature, 310 3, 9 | thus it would have been assumed to no purpose, since everything 311 3, 9 | fitting that the human ~nature assumed by the Word of God should 312 3, 9 | wanting to the human nature assumed by the Word of God. Now 313 3, 10 | to Itself and to the Man assumed." ~Therefore the Man assumed 314 3, 10 | assumed." ~Therefore the Man assumed communicates with the Holy 315 3, 10 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Man assumed is reckoned with the Divine 316 3, 12 | work, and of ~the flesh assumed for us; and Jesus teaches 317 3, 12 | Reply OBJ 3: The Son of God assumed a passible body (as will 318 3, 13 | hurt. Yet Christ could have assumed even this power if He had 319 3, 13 | from ~the state of glory He assumed comprehension and from the 320 3, 14 | OF THE DEFECTS OF BODY ASSUMED BY THE SON OF GOD (FOUR 321 3, 14 | consider the defects Christ assumed in the human nature; and ~ 322 3, 14 | the Son of God should have assumed in human nature defects ~ 323 3, 14 | of body?~(2) Whether He assumed the obligation of being 324 3, 14 | defects?~(4) Whether He assumed all these defects?~Aquin.: 325 3, 14 | human nature ought to have assumed defects of ~body?~Aquin.: 326 3, 14 | of God ought not to have assumed human ~nature with defects 327 3, 14 | fitting that the Son of God assumed human nature with infirmities 328 3, 14 | was fitting for the body assumed by the Son of God to ~be 329 3, 14 | defects, if the Son of God had assumed human nature without these ~ 330 3, 14 | Reply OBJ 4: The infirmity assumed by Christ did not impede, 331 3, 14 | same way He might have assumed human nature without defects. 332 3, 14 | the Virgin, Christ's flesh assumed the nature without sin, 333 3, 14 | He might likewise have assumed the nature without its penalties. 334 3, 14 | contracted them, but that He assumed them.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] 335 3, 14 | these defects, but to have assumed them.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] 336 3, 14 | Whether Christ ought to have assumed all the bodily defects of 337 3, 14 | that Christ ought to have assumed all the bodily ~defects 338 3, 14 | Therefore He ought to have assumed all our defects.~Aquin.: 339 3, 14 | as regards the soul, He assumed the fulness of all grace. 340 3, 14 | the body, He ought to have assumed all defects.~Aquin.: SMT 341 3, 14 | chief place. ~Now Christ assumed death. Much more, therefore, 342 3, 14 | therefore, ought He to have assumed ~other defects.~Aquin.: 343 3, 14 | could not be that Christ assumed all human ~infirmities.~ 344 3, 14 | above (AA[1],2), Christ assumed human defects ~in order 345 3, 14 | Hence Christ ought to have assumed those defects which flow 346 3, 14 | all these defects Christ assumed, which Damascene (De Fide 347 3, 14 | from the fact of its being assumed by the Word of God; ~and 348 3, 14 | of God; ~and hence Christ assumed all the fulness of knowledge 349 3, 14 | wisdom ~absolutely. But He assumed our defects economically, 350 3, 15 | OF THE DEFECTS OF SOUL ASSUMED BY CHRIST (TEN ARTICLES)~ 351 3, 15 | above (Q[14], A[1]), Christ assumed our ~defects that He might 352 3, 15 | things He ought not to have ~assumed the defect of sin. First, 353 3, 15 | virtue. Hence Christ nowise ~assumed the defect of sin - either 354 3, 15 | passible and ~mortal body He assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 355 3, 15 | Orth. iii, 21) that "He assumed an ignorant and enslaved 356 3, 15 | Reply OBJ 1: The nature assumed by Christ may be viewed 357 3, 15 | judged ~they ought to be assumed; for there was no false 358 3, 15 | Dei xiv, 9), that "Christ assumed these ~movements, in His 359 3, 15 | prove the reality of the assumed manhood, 'was ~sorrowful' 360 3, 15 | says: "The ~Only-begotten assumed human nature, not ceasing 361 3, 15 | the body's customs were assumed, so that the custom of our ~ 362 3, 15 | human nature, He voluntarily assumed fear, even ~as sorrow.~Aquin.: 363 3, 15 | could be in Him; and He assumed ~this affection for our 364 3, 16 | say that the Son of God assumed an imaginary body, ~and 365 3, 16 | lordly, inasmuch as he is assumed to a ~participation of Divine 366 3, 16 | humanized" - not that it assumed a man, ~but that it assumed 367 3, 16 | assumed a man, ~but that it assumed human nature. But the converse 368 3, 16 | suppositum of human nature assumed the Divine Nature; hence ~ 369 3, 16 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, to be assumed pertains to the human nature; 370 3, 16 | Orth. iii, 4) that "God assumed ~the idioms," i.e. the properties, " 371 3, 16 | attributed to Him in His assumed nature. Hence in a discourse 372 3, 16 | For no ~lowliness that He assumed for us injures that Nature 373 3, 16 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To be assumed pertains to human nature, 374 3, 16 | the human nature, which is assumed to a Divine Person. And ~ 375 3, 17 | God by reason of God Who assumed, yet both are Man by reason 376 3, 17 | Man by reason of ~the man assumed." Now "both" may only be 377 3, 17 | Man on account of the man assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[17] A[ 378 3, 17 | inasmuch as the human nature is assumed ~by the Son of God to unity 379 3, 18 | Fide ii, 7) says: "As He ~assumed my will, He assumed my sorrow;" 380 3, 18 | He ~assumed my will, He assumed my sorrow;" and on Lk. 22: 381 3, 18 | manifest that the Son of God assumed a perfect human nature, 382 3, 18 | say that the Son of God ~assumed a human will, together with 383 3, 18 | His own; because as Man He assumed my sorrow." From this we 384 3, 18 | A[1]), the Son of God assumed human ~nature together with 385 3, 18 | the Son of God must have assumed together with the ~human 386 3, 18 | sensuality, which Christ assumed, but as regards the ~corruption 387 3, 21 | But the sensuality was assumed by God to the ~unity of 388 3, 21 | God in the ~nature that He assumed was "made in the likeness 389 3, 24 | xv): "The Word of God ~assumed Man to Himself in such a 390 3, 24 | Son of Man, ~because He assumed Men to Himself; and the 391 3, 24 | Only-begotten of God Who assumed human nature." Consequently, 392 3, 25 | dare to say that the man assumed should be adored besides 393 3, 25 | a gloss says: "The flesh assumed by the Word ~of God is rightly 394 3, 27 | reason, since her body was assumed into heaven, and yet Scripture ~ 395 3, 27 | Wherefore though Christ assumed them, He did not assume 396 3, 27 | and again, when she was assumed into glory." ~Therefore 397 3, 28 | Since therefore flesh was so assumed by ~the Word of God, as 398 3, 28 | that Christ, in His Birth, assumed the gift ~of "subtlety," 399 3, 28 | of a virgin; and ~that He assumed the gift of "agility" when 400 3, 31 | 1~I answer that, Christ assumed human nature in order to 401 3, 31 | by his carnal origin ~"He assumed 'the likeness of sinful 402 3, 31 | Orth. iii) that Christ "assumed ~the first-fruits of our 403 3, 31 | Christ is said to have assumed the first-fruits of our ~ 404 3, 31 | condition; forasmuch as He assumed flesh ~not infected by sin, 405 3, 32 | the part ~of the nature assumed. Because we are thus given 406 3, 32 | understand that human ~nature was assumed by the Son of God into the 407 3, 32 | formed the body ~which He assumed. This is also shown by the 408 3, 32 | conception refers to the body assumed, which is ~formed by the 409 3, 32 | be referred to the body assumed, ~and the consubstantiality 410 3, 33 | conception?~(3) Whether it was assumed by the Word in the first 411 3, 33 | both perfectly formed and ~assumed. And thus is the Son of 412 3, 33 | in being conceived, ~was assumed by the Word of God. Now 413 3, 33 | 2) that the Word of God assumed the body by means of the 414 3, 33 | conceived and afterwards assumed?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 415 3, 33 | conceived, and ~afterwards assumed. Because what is not cannot 416 3, 33 | Because what is not cannot be assumed. But Christ's ~flesh began 417 3, 33 | Therefore it seems that it ~was assumed by the Word of God after 418 3, 33 | Further, Christ's flesh was assumed by the Word of God, by means ~ 419 3, 33 | conception. Therefore it was assumed at the term of the conception. ~ 420 3, 33 | conceived and afterwards assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 421 3, 33 | conceived and afterwards ~assumed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 422 3, 33 | Virgin's womb, before being assumed by the ~Word."~Aquin.: SMT 423 3, 33 | in itself, before being assumed by the Word. But if ~Christ' 424 3, 33 | been conceived before being assumed by the Word, it ~would have 425 3, 33 | conceived and afterwards assumed by the Word of God.~Aquin.: 426 3, 33 | follow: ~either that what was assumed was not yet flesh, or that 427 3, 33 | conceived before it was assumed. But since we hold that 428 3, 34 | body was both animated and assumed by the Word of God. ~Consequently, 429 3, 35 | if the humanity were not assumed unto unity of ~the Person 430 3, 39 | that visible creature were assumed into the unity of the Divine ~ 431 3, 39 | dove and the human nature assumed by ~Christ, so also they 432 3, 39 | voice, just as the Son alone assumed human nature, ~and the Holy 433 3, 45 | The clarity which Christ assumed in His transfiguration ~ 434 3, 45 | Miss. iv] said, that Christ assumed the gift of clarity in the ~ 435 3, 45 | soul appeared through some assumed ~body, just as the angels 436 3, 46 | sensitive than Christ had, who assumed a human ~body with its natural 437 3, 46 | treating of the defects assumed ~by Christ (Q[15], AA[5], 438 3, 46 | of the ~passible nature assumed, but not on account of the 439 3, 50 | the reality of the flesh assumed. ~For, as Eusebius says ( 440 3, 50 | to Himself, after ~being assumed once more or delivered by 441 3, 50 | entire man could not be assumed again, unless the ~entire 442 3, 50 | that the ~totality of the assumed nature was restored once 443 3, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: The Word of God assumed a united soul and body: 444 3, 52 | but only ~according to His assumed nature. But that which Christ 445 3, 52 | did or suffered in ~His assumed nature is ordained for man' 446 3, 52 | uncreated Person, but of the assumed nature. Consequently, the 447 3, 54 | in His ~conception He had assumed to a mortal life.~Aquin.: 448 3, 55 | since principles must be assumed which are of the ~same order, 449 3, 55 | angels: for since the ~bodies assumed by the angels were neither 450 3, 55 | into ~the interior of the assumed body: hence the angels said 451 3, 57 | And ~since the nature assumed by the Son of God remained 452 3, 57 | the ~human nature which He assumed, Christ gave us the hope 453 3, 57 | deserted heaven, but because He assumed human nature in unity of ~ 454 3, 58 | the Son of God with His assumed nature, as was said above ( 455 3, 58 | but only to the Person who assumed it; but it ~does belong 456 3, 58 | does belong even to the assumed human nature to share in 457 3, 59 | from the closeness of His assumed nature to ~God; because, 458 3, 73 | was going to withdraw His assumed body from their eyes, and 459 3, 75 | which for our salvation ~He assumed a true body of our nature. 460 3, 76 | Godhead never ~set aside the assumed body, wherever the body 461 3, 81 | before the Passion, Christ assumed at various times ~the four 462 3, 89 | by experience, that some assumed a pretended ~repentance 463 Suppl, 1 | Whether contrition is an assumed sorrow for sins, together 464 Suppl, 1 | that contrition is not "an assumed sorrow for sins, ~together 465 Suppl, 1 | But what is given is not ~assumed. Therefore contrition is 466 Suppl, 1 | Therefore contrition is not an assumed sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 467 Suppl, 1 | of virtue, by the word "assumed": while, as a part of the ~ 468 Suppl, 3 | is the sorrow which is ~assumed voluntarily greater than 469 Suppl, 4 | sensible sorrow, which is assumed by the will as a ~punishment: 470 Suppl, 4 | the end, for which it is assumed, demands.~Aquin.: SMT XP 471 Suppl, 92| human ~nature, which was assumed into the unity of Person


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