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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | nature of God - i.e. the ~Godhead - is said to be in God. 2 1, 3 | God is not the same as His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[3] 3 1, 3 | Now the relation between Godhead and God is the same as the ~ 4 1, 3 | Therefore God is His very ~Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[3] A[3] 5 1, 3 | form, He must be His own Godhead, His own ~Life, and whatever 6 1, 3 | In saying therefore that ~Godhead, or life, or the like are 7 1, 3 | which is above being - the Godhead." But the being of all things 8 1, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Godhead is called the being of all 9 1, 19 | passions are predicated of the Godhead metaphorically, ~this is 10 1, 20 | ground of the union with the Godhead. But ~speaking of human 11 1, 25 | that it is united to ~the Godhead; and created happiness from 12 1, 28 | predicaments used as regards ~the Godhead refer to the substance; 13 1, 29 | subsists. Therefore, as the Godhead is God so the ~divine paternity 14 1, 31 | three "supposita" of the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[31] A[ 15 1, 31 | Father and the Son are one in Godhead; nor is ~there any difference 16 1, 31 | no discrepancy, but one Godhead": and according to Hilary, ~ 17 1, 31 | the ~Son are separate in Godhead." We must avoid the adjective " 18 1, 35 | ad Petrum i) says, "The Godhead of the ~Holy Trinity and 19 1, 39 | signifies "one ~that has Godhead." But the three persons 20 1, 39 | persons are three who have Godhead. ~Therefore the three persons 21 1, 39 | signifies a being having Godhead, ~nevertheless the mode 22 1, 39 | substantively; whereas "having Godhead" is used adjectively. ~Consequently, 23 1, 39 | there are "three having Godhead," it does not ~follow that 24 1, 39 | same. So ~He who possesses Godhead, which is signified by the 25 1, 39 | name God, is the same ~as Godhead. But when we consider the 26 1, 39 | form signified - that is, Godhead. But sometimes it ~stands 27 1, 39 | there ~is a distinction of Godhead. Yet this proposition "He 28 1, 39 | principle of the whole Godhead." But He is principle only 29 1, 39 | Father begets or spirates the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 30 1, 39 | is really the same as "Godhead," ~nevertheless the mode 31 1, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 6: So far as Godhead is one in several "supposita," 32 1, 39 | the principle of the whole Godhead," the term Godhead can ~ 33 1, 39 | whole Godhead," the term Godhead can ~be taken for all the 34 1, 39 | principle of the whole ~Godhead; not as generating or spirating 35 1, 39 | principle of ~the whole Godhead. But in an earthly father 36 1, 40 | same as the concrete, as "Godhead" and "God." And as the ~ 37 1, 42 | a difference [namely, of Godhead] who speak of ~either increase 38 1, 42 | Equal ~to the Father in His Godhead; less than the Father in 39 1, 45 | common work of the whole Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 40 1, 39 | signifies "one ~that has Godhead." But the three persons 41 1, 39 | persons are three who have Godhead. ~Therefore the three persons 42 1, 39 | signifies a being having Godhead, ~nevertheless the mode 43 1, 39 | substantively; whereas "having Godhead" is used adjectively. ~Consequently, 44 1, 39 | there are "three having Godhead," it does not ~follow that 45 1, 39 | same. So ~He who possesses Godhead, which is signified by the 46 1, 39 | name God, is the same ~as Godhead. But when we consider the 47 1, 39 | form signified - that is, Godhead. But sometimes it ~stands 48 1, 39 | there ~is a distinction of Godhead. Yet this proposition "He 49 1, 39 | principle of the whole Godhead." But He is principle only 50 1, 39 | Father begets or spirates the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 51 1, 39 | is really the same as "Godhead," ~nevertheless the mode 52 1, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 6: So far as Godhead is one in several "supposita," 53 1, 39 | the principle of the whole Godhead," the term Godhead can ~ 54 1, 39 | whole Godhead," the term Godhead can ~be taken for all the 55 1, 39 | principle of the whole ~Godhead; not as generating or spirating 56 1, 39 | principle of ~the whole Godhead. But in an earthly father 57 1, 40 | same as the concrete, as "Godhead" and "God." And as the ~ 58 1, 42 | a difference [namely, of Godhead] who speak of ~either increase 59 1, 42 | Equal ~to the Father in His Godhead; less than the Father in 60 1, 46 | common work of the whole Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[45] A[ 61 1, 92 | One in essence is the Godhead of the Holy Trinity; and 62 1, 92 | participator ~of all good: for the Godhead is the fulness of goodness." 63 1, 111 | by the presence of ~His Godhead; for it belongs to God to 64 2, 62 | of participation of the Godhead, about which it is written ( 65 2, 99 | such as the ~Trinity of the Godhead; but also those to which 66 2, 99 | such as the Unity of the Godhead; in order to remove the 67 2, 99 | worship and ~ceremony to the Godhead." Since, then, the moral 68 2, 102 | belief in the unity of the ~Godhead, God wished sacrifices to 69 2, 102 | all the fulness of the Godhead" ~(Col. 2:9). Also there 70 2, 102 | again, in ~regard to His Godhead, we must confess His equality 71 2, 102 | may denote either Christ's Godhead Which went away into ~solitude 72 2, 102 | token of His impassible Godhead, remained living, because 73 2, 102 | remained living, because the ~Godhead cannot die: hence it flew 74 2, 102 | hence it flew away, for the Godhead could not be ~encompassed 75 2, 106 | manifestation of ~Christ's Godhead or humanity, which dispose 76 2, 112 | humanity is an "organ of His Godhead," as ~Damascene says (De 77 2, 113 | good of a share in the ~Godhead, is greater than the creation 78 2, 1 | things pertaining to the Godhead, i.e. the ~First Truth, 79 2, 1 | demonstration the unity of the Godhead, and, by faith, the Trinity. 80 2, 1 | Son, in respect of His ~Godhead. Now, among the articles 81 2, 1 | the Son in respect of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[8] 82 2, 1 | viz. the secret of the Godhead, to see ~which is to possess 83 2, 1 | concern ~the majesty of the Godhead, while others pertain to 84 2, 1 | regard to the majesty of the Godhead, three things are proposed ~ 85 2, 1 | first, the unity of the Godhead, to which the first ~article 86 2, 1 | the ~works proper to the Godhead, the first of which refers 87 2, 1 | articles referring to the ~Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[8] 88 2, 1 | six pertaining to the ~Godhead, and six to the humanity. 89 2, 1 | 2: The very name of the Godhead implies a kind of watching ~ 90 2, 2 | and ~Filiation were in the Godhead: and so the Trinity was 91 2, 10 | of Arius, who severed the Godhead, was more detestable ~than 92 2, 13 | others in respect of His Godhead, by casting out devils, ~ 93 2, 13 | by the power of ~His own Godhead and by the operation of 94 2, 13 | the Son of Man before ~His Godhead was revealed, could have 95 2, 13 | blasphemed against His very ~Godhead, by ascribing to the devil 96 2, 71 | members, disparage His Godhead, which is the foundation 97 2, 79 | ceremonial worship ~to the Godhead" [*Cf. A[1]], and ceremonial 98 2, 80 | considering the greatness of His Godhead. Therefore ~contemplation 99 2, 80 | Matters concerning the Godhead are, in themselves, the ~ 100 2, 80 | matters ~concerning the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[82] A[ 101 2, 81 | ceremonial rites to the Godhead" [*Cicero, Rhet. ii, 53]. 102 2, 81 | and not in respect of His Godhead: and the Holy Ghost is said 103 2, 83 | as are partakers of the Godhead. ~Now holy men are made " 104 2, 83 | Reply OBJ 1: The name of the Godhead is communicated to certain 105 2, 89 | the Thearchy," i.e. of the Godhead, "showing ~forth and praising 106 2, 92 | their having a ~share of the godhead; but we call them "angels." 107 2, 92 | names']," i.e. of the ~Godhead, "to stones and wood." Secondly, 108 2, 93 | pretend to be filled with the Godhead, and by a deceitful fraud 109 2, 122 | with the ~worship of the Godhead: hence it is not called 110 2, 161 | men, begrudged them the godhead . . ." Now it ~pertains 111 2, 161 | and Eve wished to rob the Godhead and they lost happiness."~ 112 2, 172 | regards the ~knowledge of the Godhead; while David more fully 113 2, 172 | prophecy as directed to the Godhead as its end, it progressed ~ 114 2, 172 | pertinent to faith in the ~Godhead. Hence they are called prophets, 115 2, 172 | pertinent ~to faith in the Godhead was made in a yet more excellent 116 3, 1 | that all the fulness of the Godhead should dwell," as ~the Apostle 117 3, 2 | another ~Christ, Who from the Godhead and manhood, and in the 118 3, 2 | and manhood, and in the Godhead and manhood, ~is perfect 119 3, 2 | was the instrument of the Godhead in Christ, for Damascene 120 3, 2 | is the instrument of the ~Godhead." Therefore it seems that 121 3, 2 | Theology," i.e. in the ~Godhead of Persons, "and in the 122 3, 2 | all the fulness of the ~Godhead corporeally." Therefore 123 3, 2 | that the fulness of the Godhead dwelt corporeally in Christ 124 3, 2 | shadow. And some say that the Godhead is ~said to have dwelt in 125 3, 3 | 40], A[3]) that in the ~Godhead if the Personality is abstracted, 126 3, 3 | On the contrary, In the Godhead Personality signifies a 127 3, 3 | For the Son of God ~is His Godhead, but is not His manhood. 128 3, 5 | diminishes the ~dignity of the Godhead; for Pope Leo says (Serm. 129 3, 5 | something resulting from the Godhead and the ~humanity.~Aquin.: 130 3, 6 | of the Virgin without the Godhead ~before it was assumed by 131 3, 6 | immediately ~joined, i.e. the Godhead and the manhood." Now the 132 3, 7 | certain partaking of the Godhead by the rational ~creature, 133 3, 7 | as the instrument of the Godhead," as ~Damascene says (De 134 3, 7 | is the instrument of the ~Godhead - not, indeed, an inanimate 135 3, 7 | His soul was united to the Godhead, He had the perfect ~power 136 3, 7 | by the presence of the Godhead, as light in the air by 137 3, 8 | is the instrument of His Godhead. And hence by ~the power 138 3, 8 | hence by ~the power of the Godhead His actions were beneficial, 139 3, 8 | through its union with ~the Godhead, has the power of justifying; 140 3, 8 | dwelt the fulness of the ~Godhead, so in Anti-christ the fulness 141 3, 9 | participated light, but He had the ~Godhead Itself substantially abiding 142 3, 9 | dwelleth all the fulness of the Godhead corporeally." Therefore 143 3, 9 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The Godhead is united to the manhood 144 3, 10 | Orth. iii, 6), "the ~whole Godhead in one Person is united 145 3, 10 | the whole power of the Godhead was not circumscribed by 146 3, 13 | distinct (as neither is His Godhead) ~from that of the Son of 147 3, 13 | as the instrument of the ~Godhead, as was said above (A[2]).~ 148 3, 14 | subject to the will of His Godhead, ~and thereby it came to 149 3, 14 | infirmities concealed His Godhead, they made known His Manhood, 150 3, 14 | the way of coming to the Godhead, according to Rm. 5:1,2: " 151 3, 15 | 2), by the power of the ~Godhead of Christ the beatitude 152 3, 15 | evils by the ~power of His Godhead, yet they were unavoidable, 153 3, 16 | in the abstract, even as ~Godhead and manhood; but in the 154 3, 16 | When we mention ~the Godhead we do not predicate of it 155 3, 16 | for we do not say that the Godhead is passible or ~creatable." 156 3, 16 | or ~creatable." Now the Godhead is the Divine Nature. Therefore 157 3, 16 | is signified "both ~the Godhead anointing and the manhood 158 3, 16 | altogether Son of God by the ~Godhead which He has with the Father."~ 159 3, 16 | Christ, "is uncreated in its Godhead and created ~in its manhood": 160 3, 16 | incorporeal and impassible "in His Godhead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 161 3, 16 | nature to the power of the Godhead, since although He was ~ 162 3, 17 | signifies one ~having the Godhead, and man signifies one having 163 3, 17 | indistinctly one having the ~Godhead; but the word "Peter" or " 164 3, 17 | implies one having the Godhead under a determinate personal ~ 165 3, 18 | was the instrument of ~His Godhead. Hence the human nature 166 3, 18 | Man - the Father's, to the Godhead. For the will ~of man is 167 3, 18 | temporal, and the will of the Godhead eternal."~Aquin.: SMT TP 168 3, 18 | as it was moved by the Godhead, as is plain from the synodical 169 3, 18 | was the instrument of the Godhead, and was moved by its own 170 3, 19 | several operations of the Godhead ~and Manhood?~(2) Whether 171 3, 19 | only one operation of the Godhead and Manhood?~Aquin.: SMT 172 3, 19 | but one operation of the ~Godhead and the Manhood. For Dionysius 173 3, 19 | only one operation of the Godhead and the Manhood.~Aquin.: 174 3, 19 | only ~one operation of the Godhead and the (Q[17], A[2]). Hence, 175 3, 19 | thing was operated by the Godhead and the ~Manhood, as the 176 3, 19 | but one operation of the Godhead and the ~Manhood.~Aquin.: 177 3, 19 | operation on the part of the Godhead operating, but ~divers things 178 3, 19 | operated, inasmuch as the Godhead of Christ did one thing ~ 179 3, 19 | only one operation of the Godhead and manhood in ~Christ, 180 3, 19 | as the instrument of ~the Godhead, is not distinct from the 181 3, 19 | from the operation of the Godhead; for the ~salvation wherewith 182 3, 19 | and that wherewith His ~Godhead saves us are not distinct; 183 3, 19 | beatitude of His soul, nor the ~Godhead, because, since merit regards 184 3, 20 | full ~participation of the Godhead. And then all things will 185 3, 20 | Manhood is subject to His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[20] A[ 186 3, 22 | angels, not only in His Godhead, ~but also in His humanity, 187 3, 22 | generation?" and ~Who in His Godhead has neither beginning nor 188 3, 25 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ's Godhead and humanity are to be adored 189 3, 25 | Whether Christ's humanity and Godhead are to be adored with the 190 3, 25 | that Christ's humanity and Godhead are not to be ~adored with 191 3, 25 | adoration. For Christ's Godhead is to be adored, as ~being 192 3, 25 | Therefore Christ's humanity and ~Godhead are not to be adored with 193 3, 25 | that which is given to His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 194 3, 25 | veneration which is given to His ~Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 195 3, 25 | Himself on account of His Godhead; and the honor of "dulia" 196 3, 25 | adored separately from its Godhead: for this could happen ~ 197 3, 25 | itself; but in respect of the Godhead to which it is united, by 198 3, 25 | is due by reason of ~His Godhead, not of His humanity. But 199 3, 25 | due to the image of His Godhead, which is imprinted on the 200 3, 26 | equal to the Father in His Godhead, yet is less than ~the Father 201 3, 27 | authoritatively as to His Godhead, ~instrumentally as to His 202 3, 28 | body, as to ~manifest His Godhead at the same time. For this 203 3, 28 | in order to manifest His Godhead, He was born of ~a virgin, 204 3, 28 | a body in which was the Godhead closed doors were no ~obstacle. 205 3, 28 | perfection: for as He is in His ~Godhead the Only-Begotten of the 206 3, 31 | or even as to His very Godhead. But as ~to matter, Christ' 207 3, 31 | generation of ~Christ's Godhead. Whereas Matthew relates 208 3, 32 | incorporeal Light of ~the Godhead shall in thee take the corporeal 209 3, 32 | according to His body, the ~Godhead entering instead of the 210 3, 34 | condescension of the fulness of the ~Godhead into human nature rather 211 3, 34 | existing, as it were, to the Godhead. Therefore in the man Christ ~ 212 3, 34 | as the instrument ~of the Godhead, as stated above (Q[7], 213 3, 35 | she were the Mother of the Godhead, but because she is ~the 214 3, 36 | faith confesses Christ's Godhead and humanity. It ~behooved, 215 3, 36 | way that ~the proof of His Godhead should not be prejudicial 216 3, 36 | showed the power of ~the Godhead in Himself. Therefore Christ 217 3, 36 | was manifest, whereas the Godhead was hidden. And therefore 218 3, 37 | consubstantial with His Godhead; and in contradiction to 219 3, 37 | counsel and might of the Godhead we are brought to the inheritance 220 3, 39 | have ~proclaimed Christ's Godhead at His nativity rather than 221 3, 39 | was becoming that Christ's Godhead should not be ~proclaimed 222 3, 39 | then did it behoove His Godhead to be attested ~from on 223 3, 40 | Christ wished to make His Godhead known through His human ~ 224 3, 40 | same time manifesting His Godhead to all, by preaching ~and 225 3, 40 | flesh by the power of His Godhead. Wherefore, as we read Mt. ~ 226 3, 40 | greater might the power of His Godhead be shown to be. Hence in 227 3, 40 | that we might recognize His Godhead to have transformed the ~ 228 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His Godhead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 229 3, 43 | should so manifest His ~Godhead by working miracles that 230 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His ~Godhead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 231 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His Godhead. For it is proper to Christ 232 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 233 3, 43 | power surpasses that of the Godhead. But some have ~worked greater 234 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] A[ 235 3, 43 | sufficient proof of His Godhead, by reason ~of which He 236 3, 43 | sufficient proof ~of His Godhead in three respects. First, 237 3, 44 | ordained to make known His ~Godhead. But Christ's Godhead was 238 3, 44 | His ~Godhead. But Christ's Godhead was not to be made known 239 3, 44 | Now, by the power of His Godhead He was to rescue ~those 240 3, 44 | sufficient proof of His Godhead. Now this is not so ~sufficiently 241 3, 44 | miraculous proof of ~Christ's Godhead, when the weakness of human 242 3, 44 | doctrine, and witness to His Godhead, as stated above (Q[43], 243 3, 44 | and ~majesty of His hidden Godhead, which shone forth even 244 3, 44 | and the majesty of His ~Godhead shone in His countenance." 245 3, 44 | shows the power of His Godhead"; and, again, that which 246 3, 45 | clarity overflowed from His Godhead and ~from His soul into 247 3, 46 | to be attributed to the Godhead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 248 3, 46 | merely by the power ~of His Godhead, but likewise by the justice 249 3, 46 | especially on account of the ~Godhead united with it, that its 250 3, 46 | have from union ~with the Godhead, but also how much, according 251 3, 46 | Fide Orth. iii): Christ's Godhead ~"permitted His flesh to 252 3, 46 | it belongs, to enjoy the Godhead: so that as passion, by 253 3, 46 | to be attributed to His Godhead?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 254 3, 46 | to be attributed to His ~Godhead; for it is written (1 Cor. 255 3, 46 | glory in respect of His Godhead. Therefore Christ's Passion 256 3, 46 | to Him in respect of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 257 3, 46 | of men's salvation is the Godhead Itself, ~according to Ps. 258 3, 46 | did not appertain to His Godhead, it ~would seem that it 259 3, 46 | were not attributed to the Godhead. ~Therefore Christ's Passion 260 3, 46 | Passion did not concern His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 261 3, 47 | know ~the mystery of His Godhead." Consequently the Apostle 262 3, 47 | saw ~manifest signs of His Godhead; yet they perverted them 263 3, 48 | Christ did not suffer in His Godhead, ~but in His flesh, according 264 3, 48 | the "instrument of ~the Godhead," as stated above (Q[43], 265 3, 48 | instrumentally in virtue of His Godhead ~for the salvation of men. 266 3, 48 | but in relation to the ~Godhead it draws infinite might 267 3, 48 | spiritual ~effect from the Godhead united: and therefore it 268 3, 48 | it is compared with His ~Godhead, operates in an efficient 269 3, 49 | is the instrument of the Godhead, so that His sufferings 270 3, 49 | is the instrument of the Godhead; and hence it is that His 271 3, 49 | spiritual energy from the Godhead, to which the flesh is united ~ 272 3, 49 | the showing forth of His Godhead, ~according to Is. 52:13: " 273 3, 50 | death severed the union of Godhead and flesh?~(3) Whether His 274 3, 50 | and flesh?~(3) Whether His Godhead was separated from His soul?~( 275 3, 50 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Godhead was separated from the flesh 276 3, 50 | It would seem that the Godhead was separated from the flesh 277 3, 50 | by being severed from the Godhead; for ~since the Godhead 278 3, 50 | Godhead; for ~since the Godhead is immune from death, assuredly 279 3, 50 | except life departed, for the Godhead is life." And so it seems ~ 280 3, 50 | that when Christ died, the Godhead was separated from His flesh.~ 281 3, 50 | the mean through which the Godhead was united with the flesh, 282 3, 50 | that, in consequence, His Godhead was also ~separated from 283 3, 50 | could it die unless the Godhead departed.~Aquin.: SMT TP 284 3, 50 | buried." Therefore Christ's Godhead was ~not separated from 285 3, 50 | grace of union whereby ~the Godhead was united to the flesh 286 3, 50 | impossible for the union ~of the Godhead with the flesh to be dissolved. 287 3, 50 | therefore ~the union of the Godhead with the flesh is not taken 288 3, 50 | living one, whereas the Godhead has not the life-giving ~ 289 3, 50 | while ~the union of the Godhead with the flesh remains, 290 3, 50 | a severance between His Godhead and ~His soul?~Aquin.: SMT 291 3, 50 | death between ~Christ's Godhead and His soul, because our 292 3, 50 | soul was severed from the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 293 3, 50 | made at ~one time of the Godhead from both the body and the 294 3, 50 | body, ~nevertheless His Godhead remained unseparated from 295 3, 50 | stated above (A[2]), the ~Godhead of the Word was not severed 296 3, 50 | to say, inasmuch as ~the Godhead was not separated from Christ' 297 3, 50 | salvation in virtue of the Godhead united. But ~the effect 298 3, 50 | salvation from the power of the ~Godhead united, and not consisted 299 3, 50 | was the ~instrument of the Godhead united to Him, working by 300 3, 52 | grace," according to His ~Godhead. Accordingly, while remaining 301 3, 52 | open ~manifesting of His Godhead. which was laid bare before 302 3, 52 | to the operation of His ~Godhead, to which He gave effect 303 3, 52 | by the spirit" of His Godhead "He came and ~preached" 304 3, 52 | was in the grave, and His Godhead ~everywhere. Therefore the 305 3, 52 | because he enjoyed Christ's Godhead just as the other saints 306 3, 52 | beatific presence of His Godhead." ~But had He delivered 307 3, 52 | beatific presence of His ~Godhead," that is, inasmuch as even 308 3, 52 | place by the power of His Godhead. But in this ~world He delivered 309 3, 53 | continued to be ~united with the Godhead, hence it could not be uplifted 310 3, 53 | our belief in Christ's ~Godhead is confirmed by His rising 311 3, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Godhead was united with Christ's 312 3, 53 | faith regards ~Christ's Godhead and humanity, for it is 313 3, 53 | faith in the ~truth of His Godhead might be confirmed it was 314 3, 53 | consequence of death ~Christ's Godhead was not separated from His 315 3, 53 | first, in respect of His Godhead; secondly, ~in respect of 316 3, 53 | according to the virtue of ~the Godhead united to it, the body took 317 3, 53 | the soul by reason of the Godhead united to it is more ~powerful 318 3, 54 | body, but by virtue of the ~Godhead united to it, that this 319 3, 54 | of a Body wherein was the Godhead; for truly He could enter ~ 320 3, 54 | also from the power of His Godhead, by which power it may happen 321 3, 54 | perfect ~fruition of the Godhead. But, as stated above (Q[ 322 3, 56 | were the instrument of His ~Godhead, and works by Its power, 323 3, 56 | through the power of the ~Godhead, as already stated (Q[48], 324 3, 56 | works in virtue of ~the Godhead; now this virtue extends 325 3, 56 | from the virtue of the ~Godhead personally united with it.~ 326 3, 57 | still the presence of His Godhead is ever with ~the faithful, 327 3, 57 | heaven in virtue of His Godhead, and not in ~virtue of His 328 3, 57 | appeared as a sign of the Godhead, just as God's ~glory appeared 329 3, 58 | the glory and honor of the Godhead."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[58] A[ 330 3, 58 | the glory and honor of the Godhead, ~wherein the Son of God 331 3, 58 | takes it, "the glory of the Godhead": secondly, according to ~ 332 3, 58 | share in the glory of the ~Godhead with the Father, and to 333 3, 58 | glory and honor of the ~Godhead." But the glory and honor 334 3, 58 | the glory and honor of the Godhead do not belong to Christ ~ 335 3, 58 | either the glory of His Godhead, or His eternal beatitude, 336 3, 58 | the glory or honor of the Godhead, which it has nevertheless 337 3, 58 | is, in the glory of the Godhead, "the ~Son of God existing 338 3, 58 | or "'as my equal in the Godhead'"? [*The comment is from 339 3, 59 | from the overflow of the Godhead into Christ's soul it ~belongs 340 3, 59 | not only as befitting His Godhead and His soul's ~glory, but 341 3, 62 | yet higher measure, His Godhead. Therefore it ~seems that 342 3, 62 | sacraments ~from Christ's Godhead through His humanity.~Aquin.: 343 3, 64 | is the instrument of His Godhead, ~as stated above (Q[13], 344 3, 64 | instrument united to the Godhead in unity ~of Person, it 345 3, 66 | immersions, and the unity of the Godhead in one immersion."~Aquin.: 346 3, 66 | Christ's death and of the Godhead; while trine ~immersion 347 3, 73 | partake of His flesh ~and Godhead, and because we communicate 348 3, 73 | we thereby assume the ~Godhead of the Son."~Aquin.: SMT 349 3, 74 | corruption, rather than of ~His Godhead, as will be seen later ( 350 3, 75 | humanity just as it does His Godhead, according to Jn. 14:1: " 351 3, 75 | as ~Christ shows us His Godhead invisibly, so also in this 352 3, 75 | wine, ~God has wedded his Godhead to them, and made them His 353 3, 75 | bread, but is ~united to the Godhead." But wedding together belongs 354 3, 75 | Reply OBJ 1: God "wedded His Godhead," i.e. His Divine power, 355 3, 76 | changed either into the Godhead or into the soul of Christ. 356 3, 76 | substances, namely, the Godhead, soul ~and body, as shown 357 3, 76 | is not terminated ~at the Godhead or the soul of Christ, it 358 3, 76 | a consequence that ~the Godhead or the soul of Christ is 359 3, 76 | concomitance. For since the Godhead never ~set aside the assumed 360 3, 76 | of ~necessity, must the Godhead be; and therefore it is 361 3, 76 | it is necessary for the ~Godhead to be in this sacrament 362 3, 76 | regard to the ~soul and Godhead of Christ; and under the 363 3, 76 | as is also His soul and Godhead: because now Christ's blood 364 3, 79 | but bread united with the Godhead." But as ~Gregory observes 365 3, 80 | greater. And since ~Christ's Godhead is greater than His humanity, 366 3, 80 | are committed against the Godhead, such as unbelief ~and blasphemy. 367 3, 83 | devoutly praise Christ's Godhead, ~saying with the angels: " 368 Suppl, 18| vouchsafed to him of the Godhead; and the gift ~of the Holy 369 Suppl, 69| have a perfect share of the Godhead are in heaven, and that 370 Suppl, 73| namely the power of Christ's Godhead ~which is common to Him 371 Suppl, 73| virtue of His ~indwelling Godhead is the quasi-instrumental 372 Suppl, 73| humanity is nearer to His Godhead, Whose power is the first ~ 373 Suppl, 73| others. Hence Christ's ~Godhead caused His resurrection 374 Suppl, 80| resulted from the ~power of His Godhead after His resurrection, 375 Suppl, 87| humanity?~(3) Whether His Godhead can be seen without joy?~ 376 Suppl, 87| judge under the form of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 377 Suppl, 87| judge under the form of the Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 378 Suppl, 87| invincible power derived from His Godhead, ~whereby all things are 379 Suppl, 87| but by the power ~of His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 380 Suppl, 87| the fount of the entire ~Godhead; wherefore it is stated 381 Suppl, 87| body, he ascribes to the Godhead the effects ~wrought by 382 Suppl, 87| being the ~instrument of His Godhead, has also its effect on 383 Suppl, 87| i.e. refreshment in His ~Godhead and humanity," according 384 Suppl, 87| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Godhead can be seen by the wicked 385 Suppl, 87| It would seem that the Godhead can be seen by the wicked 386 Suppl, 87| Therefore they will see His ~Godhead, and yet they will not rejoice 387 Suppl, 87| Christ's humanity than to His Godhead. Now the fact that they 388 Suppl, 87| if they were to see His Godhead, there ~would be much more 389 Suppl, 87| will be possible to see the Godhead without joy.~Aquin.: SMT 390 Suppl, 87| Therefore although the Godhead ~is in itself supremely 391 Suppl, 87| to bliss. ~Therefore the Godhead cannot be seen without joy.~ 392 Suppl, 87| Further, the essence of the Godhead is the essence of truth. 393 Suppl, 87| is ~impossible to see the Godhead without joy.~Aquin.: SMT 394 Suppl, 87| Topic. ii). Since then the Godhead ~cannot be seen save by 395 Suppl, 87| intellect, it seems that the Godhead cannot be ~seen without 396 Suppl, 87| it is impossible for the Godhead to be ~seen without joy.~ 397 Suppl, 87| not ~through seeing His Godhead, but on account of the most 398 Suppl, 87| most manifest signs of ~His Godhead.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 399 Suppl, 87| OBJ 2: No one can hate the Godhead considered in itself, as ~ 400 Suppl, 87| some of the effects of the Godhead, in so ~far as He does or 401 Suppl, 87| Therefore the vision of the Godhead can be painful to no ~one.~ 402 Suppl, 88| of God, it will see the Godhead in Its corporeal ~effects, 403 Suppl, 88| may as it were see the ~Godhead by manifest signs. Now the 404 Suppl, 89| Lord sitting," says: ~"The Godhead not only of the Father, 405 Suppl, 93| made a participator of the Godhead, and consequently endowed


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