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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | that is, either things and ~signs; or the works of salvation; 2 1, 13 | Peri Herm. i), words ~are signs of ideas, and ideas the 3 1, 13 | the Philosopher says, "are signs of ideas." But we know ~ 4 1, 16 | true so far as they are the signs of truth in the intellect. ~ 5 1, 19 | divine wills, not as being ~signs that God wills anything; 6 1, 19 | I answer that, By these signs we name the expression of 7 1, 34 | also manifest by exterior signs. Therefore, although Word 8 1, 43 | creatures, ~according to certain signs; so was it fitting that 9 1, 43 | nor by the sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~ 10 1, 43 | certain creatures as in signs especially made for that 11 1, 43 | the faith by such visible signs. This has ~been done chiefly 12 1, 57 | expresses them by certain signs in the body"; although ( 13 1, 58 | negative expressions, which are signs of ~composition and of division 14 1, 70 | Be not afraid of ~the signs of heaven, which the heathens 15 1, 70 | lights were not made to be signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 16 1, 70 | Therefore they are not ~signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 17 1, 70 | says: "Let them be for signs."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 18 1, 70 | in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected in 19 1, 70 | being a sign. But he says "signs," rather than ~"causes," 20 1, 73 | Eccles. 36:6): "Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." 21 1, 43 | creatures, ~according to certain signs; so was it fitting that 22 1, 43 | nor by the sacramental signs of the Old and New Testament, ~ 23 1, 43 | certain creatures as in signs especially made for that 24 1, 43 | the faith by such visible signs. This has ~been done chiefly 25 1, 58 | expresses them by certain signs in the body"; although ( 26 1, 59 | negative expressions, which are signs of ~composition and of division 27 1, 71 | Be not afraid of ~the signs of heaven, which the heathens 28 1, 71 | lights were not made to be signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 29 1, 71 | Therefore they are not ~signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 30 1, 71 | says: "Let them be for signs."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[70] A[ 31 1, 71 | in the heaven are set for signs of changes ~effected in 32 1, 71 | being a sign. But he says "signs," rather than ~"causes," 33 1, 72 | Eccles. 36:6): "Renew thy signs, and work new miracles." 34 1, 84 | Herm. i) that "words are ~signs of the passions in the soul." 35 1, 90 | clothing of animals, are signs of an abundance of the earthly 36 1, 107 | receive them under ~sensible signs, as Dionysius says (Coel. 37 1, 109 | are called virtues by whom signs ~and miracles are usually 38 1, 109 | bad ~Christians by the signs of public justice." But 39 1, 109 | bad ~Christians by the "signs of public justice," as by 40 1, 109 | making use of other sacred signs.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[110] A[ 41 1, 113 | Satan, in all power, and signs, ~and lying wonders." Much 42 1, 113 | confirming the word with signs that followed."~Aquin.: 43 1, 114 | corruption: they are rather signs of storms and ~atmospheric 44 1, 114 | food, but as a spirit by signs"; ~that is to say, forasmuch 45 1, 114 | incongruous that many of the signs observed in ~bodies, of 46 1, 116 | propose to him certain signs, so as to signify something 47 1, 116 | knowledge ~in him, by putting signs before him. For these are 48 1, 116 | before him. For these are signs either of things ~that he 49 1, 116 | knows, ~he to whom these signs are proposed is already 50 1, 116 | the master. If they are signs of ~things that he does 51 1, 116 | intelligible concepts, the signs of which are proposed ~to 52 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The signs proposed by the master to 53 2, 7 | Herm. i), ~"words are the signs of what we understand," 54 2, 25 | understand it, for "words are signs ~of thoughts," as the Philosopher 55 2, 31 | derived from the exterior signs of inward delight, which 56 2, 31 | called from certain special signs and effects of ~gladness. 57 2, 47 | and those too who show signs of hilarity when ~another 58 2, 47 | things, in so far as they are signs of ~contempt, provoke anger.~ 59 2, 48 | chiefly who are angry betray signs thereof in ~their outer 60 2, 69 | when we ~see the first signs of the fruit.~Aquin.: SMT 61 2, 99 | Christ. ii, ~3,4), "of all signs employed by men words hold 62 2, 101 | both cases there is need of signs by means of sensible ~figures.~ 63 2, 102 | the breast are the twelve signs of the zodiac: and ~they 64 2, 112 | are known conjecturally by signs; and thus anyone may ~know 65 2, 1 | unless, on the evidence of signs, or ~of something similar, 66 2, 2 | disciples, by pointing to the ~signs of His works.~Aquin.: SMT 67 2, 5 | for they see many evident signs, whereby they ~recognize 68 2, 5 | believe, by the ~evidence of signs, and so their will deserves 69 2, 5 | The very fact that the signs of faith are so evident, 70 2, 11 | they do not as yet show signs of inconstancy in faith, 71 2, 12 | unbelief, in so far as they are signs ~of unbelief, even as a 72 2, 24 | should show our enemies the ~signs and effects of love?~Aquin.: 73 2, 24 | man to show his enemy the ~signs or effects of love. For 74 2, 24 | showing the one he loves signs and effects of love. Therefore ~ 75 2, 24 | man show his enemies such signs and effects of ~love.~Aquin.: 76 2, 24 | requires us to show the signs and effects of love towards 77 2, 24 | require ~us to show the signs and effects of love to our 78 2, 24 | answer that, The effects and signs of charity are the result 79 2, 24 | showing of the effects and signs ~of love. For some of the 80 2, 24 | of love. For some of the signs and favors of love are shown 81 2, 24 | show such like ~favors or signs of love towards our enemies. 82 2, 24 | there are other favors or signs of love, which one shows 83 2, 24 | enemies such like favors and signs of love, except as regards 84 2, 28 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, signs of evils are not true evils. 85 2, 28 | are not true evils. But signs of evils ~excite one to 86 2, 28 | to the senses. ~Hence the signs of evil move us to pity, 87 2, 28 | friend" ~as being one of the signs of friendship, and the Apostle 88 2, 31 | made known through certain ~signs, as by ill-repute or suspicion; 89 2, 31 | ears of several by various ~signs, we ought to prosecute the 90 2, 37 | among them by ~many kinds of signs. Consequently there was 91 2, 47 | circumstances. Thus to show signs of love ~to someone seems, 92 2, 53 | chief place among ~those signs whereby a man signifies 93 2, 70 | is done I some kind of ~signs. Now, according to Augustine ( 94 2, 70 | compared ~with words all other signs are very few, for words 95 2, 70 | loud. But, considered as signs conveying ~something to 96 2, 70 | persons, not as sounds, but as signs, and this signification 97 2, 79 | aroused thereby, ~as by signs, to the spiritual acts by 98 2, 79 | blood of goats?" but as signs of the ~internal and spiritual 99 2, 79 | pertaining to men, not as signs arousing them to certain 100 2, 80 | so tears and ~groans are signs of sorrow." But devotion 101 2, 81 | because by means of external signs, whether of words or of ~ 102 2, 81 | means of words and other signs we arouse ourselves more ~ 103 2, 81 | use words and such like signs when they help to excite 104 2, 81 | having recourse to those ~signs. Wherefore the Psalmist ( 105 2, 81 | ourselves by means of such like signs, to take note of the amount 106 2, 82 | since external actions are signs of internal ~reverence, 107 2, 82 | in other words we exhibit signs of humility in our ~bodies 108 2, 82 | secondarily in ~certain bodily signs of humility; thus when we 109 2, 82 | mind is ~urged by sensible signs to approach God.~Aquin.: 110 2, 82 | external pertaining to bodily signs. Now the mind internally 111 2, 82 | in a place; while bodily signs must of necessity be ~in 112 2, 82 | fittingness, like other bodily signs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[84] A[ 113 2, 82 | sacred mysteries and other signs of ~holiness contained therein. 114 2, 83 | words which are chief among ~signs, as he again says (De Doctr. 115 2, 83 | he should employ sensible signs in order to signify anything, 116 2, 83 | to express his ideas by signs, but the ~determination 117 2, 83 | determination of those signs depends on man's pleasure.~ 118 2, 84 | observances were properly speaking signs of ~the future, and consequently 119 2, 85 | chiefly that they might be signs of the future. ~Hence the 120 2, 86 | words ~or any other outward signs; whereas a promise can be 121 2, 92 | creatures by means ~of sensible signs, such as sacrifices, games, 122 2, 92 | confession of faith by ~outward signs, so superstition is a confession 123 2, 92 | external sacrifices are signs of internal, just as audible 124 2, 92 | just as audible words are ~signs of things. Wherefore, just 125 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, signs do not vary the species 126 2, 93 | according to the various signs whence ~the foreknowledge 127 2, 93 | future by means of shapes or signs which appear in inanimate ~ 128 2, 93 | inanimate ~beings. If these signs appear in some earthly body 129 2, 93 | divination which is taken from ~signs appearing in the shoulder-blades 130 2, 93 | considered by them, not ~as signs expressing what they already 131 2, 93 | while ~sometimes dreams are signs of future happenings, in 132 2, 93 | their actions from ~being signs of the future, in so far 133 2, 94 | sought "by means of certain ~signs agreed upon by compact with 134 2, 94 | things as causes, but as ~signs; not however as signs instituted 135 2, 94 | as ~signs; not however as signs instituted by God, as are 136 2, 94 | as are the sacramental ~signs. It follows, therefore, 137 2, 94 | therefore, that they are empty signs, and consequently ~a kind 138 2, 94 | not as ~causes but only as signs, so that they come under 139 2, 94 | meat, but as ~spirits by signs, such as are to each one' 140 2, 94 | unlawful to observe such ~like signs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 141 2, 94 | precedent events should be signs of subsequent occurrences: 142 2, 94 | the ~fathers of old are signs of those that take place 143 2, 94 | observances, not as causes but as ~signs of future events, good or 144 2, 94 | do they observe them as signs ~given by God, since these 145 2, 94 | given by God, since these signs are brought forward, not 146 2, 94 | and they produce ~certain signs of sickness to come, which 147 2, 94 | to ~our instruction, as signs given by God. Not all things, 148 2, 94 | are ordered so as to be signs of the ~future. Hence the 149 2, 95 | apostles ask the Lord that signs might be wrought in the 150 2, 95 | declare one's faith by certain signs indicative of reverence 151 2, 98 | make money by selling the signs to be ~wrought by him." 152 2, 101 | witness, save by means of signs, either by words, as when ~ 153 2, 101 | Accordingly honor ~consists of signs, external and corporal.~ 154 2, 101 | themselves are ~employed as signs in acknowledgment of excelling 155 2, 101 | consists only of verbal signs, whereas honor consists 156 2, 101 | consists of ~any external signs, so that praise is included 157 2, 104 | as it is shown by certain signs, man also can know it. It 158 2, 107 | is true, utters certain signs which ~are in conformity 159 2, 107 | conformity with things; and such signs are either words, or ~external 160 2, 107 | does also, for it equals signs to the things which ~concern 161 2, 107 | members, utters external signs ~in order to manifest the 162 2, 108 | manifestation ~made by certain signs: and this manifestation 163 2, 108 | chief place among other signs. And so when it is said 164 2, 108 | something false by means ~of signs, he would not be excused 165 2, 108 | For as words are naturally signs ~of intellectual acts, it 166 2, 109 | oneself outwardly by outward signs to be ~such as one is. Now 167 2, 109 | such as one is. Now outward signs are not only words, but 168 2, 109 | contrary to ~truth to employ signs of deeds or things to signify 169 2, 109 | properly a lie told by the signs of outward ~deeds. Now it 170 2, 109 | dissemble, when by outward signs of ~deeds or things he signifies 171 2, 109 | but ~instrumentally, as signs of that virtue, wherefore 172 2, 111 | or by any ~other outward signs, namely, about matters affecting 173 2, 111 | person, by outward words ~or signs, pretends to be lacking 174 2, 112 | that a person should show signs of friendship to those whom 175 2, 112 | This love is signified by signs of friendship, which we ~ 176 2, 112 | because we do not ~show them signs of perfect friendship, for 177 2, 120 | under the guise of sensible signs. And since for the most 178 2, 120 | that consists in sensible ~signs. Now the precepts of the 179 2, 120 | ceremonies of the Law are signs of certain ~particular Divine 180 2, 139 | eat, in so far as they are signs of its being suitable for ~ 181 2, 142 | of vice, but also of the signs of evil": and this happens 182 2, 149 | union but also of all the signs thereof, ~as the Philosopher 183 2, 149 | properly, and especially the signs thereof, such as ~impure 184 2, 149 | regards rather these external signs, while chastity ~regards 185 2, 156 | one exceed in the ~outward signs of anger. In this way anger 186 2, 156 | forth into the outward ~signs of anger, others cannot 187 2, 156 | is manifested by ~outward signs, even before it breaks out 188 2, 158 | shown by certain ~outward signs.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[160] A[ 189 2, 159 | done merely as to outward signs and pretense: ~wherefore 190 2, 159 | way, with externals, as signs of the ~inward movement 191 2, 159 | leads to ~certain outward signs in words, deeds, and gestures, 192 2, 159 | included that refer to outward signs. One of ~these regards deeds, 193 2, 159 | checking laughter and other signs of senseless ~mirth, and 194 2, 166 | 1: Outward movements are signs of the inward disposition, ~ 195 2, 166 | as outward ~movements are signs of our inward disposition, 196 2, 168 | decalogue; but only as ~being signs of an inward inordinateness, 197 2, 169 | confirming the word with signs ~that followed." Hence, 198 2, 169 | face to face, in all the signs ~and wonders."~Aquin.: SMT 199 2, 170 | certain, and even outward, signs. Hence Chrysostom says ~[* 200 2, 171 | things to his disciple by signs of speech, but he cannot ~ 201 2, 171 | xii, 9), "those to whom ~signs were shown in spirit by 202 2, 171 | into action, so ~that those signs were also understood by 203 2, 172 | place. ~As regards sensible signs he reckons three kinds of 204 2, 172 | in spirit nothing but the signs ~representative of things, 205 2, 172 | understanding of these ~signs; but most of all is he a 206 2, 172 | expressiveness of the imaginary signs whereby the intelligible 207 2, 172 | are the most expressive signs of intelligible ~truth, 208 2, 172 | 41:22,26). In ~such like signs prophecy would seem to be 209 2, 172 | excellent, according ~as the signs are more expressive, for 210 2, 172 | a prophet ~not only sees signs of words or deeds, but also, 211 2, 172 | of imaginary or sensible signs. Hence the ~difference in 212 2, 172 | face to face: in all the signs and ~wonders, which He sent 213 2, 172 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: These signs of the prophets mentioned 214 2, 174 | the utterance of various ~signs of speech. All this is done 215 2, 176 | prophets, and shall show great signs and wonders." Therefore 216 2, 176 | miracles are divided into "signs," "wonders" or ~"portents," 217 2, 176 | more than the "working of signs" and "wonders."~Aquin.: 218 2, 176 | addition the ~working of signs as another gratuitous grace.~ 219 2, 176 | confirming the word with signs that followed": and ~reasonably 220 2, 176 | Satan, in all ~power, and signs, and lying wonders." To 221 2, 176 | whether they are called signs ~and lying wonders, because 222 2, 176 | they are commonly called "signs": but ~on account of some 223 2, 176 | bearing them witness by signs and wonders and divers miracles": ~ 224 2, 176 | Christians ~by the outward signs of righteousness."~Aquin.: 225 2, 178 | discussion of ~the various signs or of anything that conduces 226 2, 185 | should use, not outward signs of ~sorrow, but rather signs 227 2, 185 | signs of ~sorrow, but rather signs of joy; for our Lord said ( 228 3, 1 | great humility if these signs of Divine power had been ~ 229 3, 4 | be born, God appointed ~signs of holiness, which began 230 3, 5 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, signs ought to correspond to the 231 3, 5 | Old Testament which were signs of the manifestation of ~ 232 3, 7 | bearing them witness by signs ~and wonders." Hence it 233 3, 7 | of which all words are signs, ~were not hidden from Him, 234 3, 8 | who have gone before are signs of Anti-christ, ~according 235 3, 9 | understand the probable signs from which dialectical syllogisms ~ 236 3, 12 | sensible words, which are signs of intelligible concepts. 237 3, 12 | words formed by a man are signs of his intellectual knowledge; 238 3, 12 | creatures, formed by God, signs of His wisdom. Hence it 239 3, 15 | these emotions are not ~signs of a disturbed mind, but 240 3, 29 | demons, through many ~evident signs, knew Christ after a fashion: 241 3, 36 | known to all by evident signs, the very ~nature of faith 242 3, 36 | be believed that certain signs of Christ's ~birth appeared 243 3, 36 | accomplished by means of suitable signs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 244 3, 36 | better, so knowledge given by signs must be ~conveyed through 245 3, 36 | the guidance of ~sensible signs. Whereas others, occupied 246 3, 36 | revealed through heavenly signs: for, ~as Augustine says 247 3, 36 | God, not by words, ~but by signs. And as our Lord, when He 248 3, 36 | of kings, but rather are ~signs of their approaching death. 249 3, 36 | though they found in Him no signs of royal pre-eminence, ~ 250 3, 38 | anew is confirmed ~by some signs: thus the Lord (Ex. 4) gave 251 3, 38 | Moses the power of working ~signs; and it is written (Heb. 252 3, 38 | bearing them witness by signs and wonders." But it is 253 3, 38 | But if John had worked signs, men would have paid equal 254 3, 38 | xix), our sacraments are ~signs of present grace, whereas 255 3, 38 | sacraments of the Old Law were signs ~of future grace. Wherefore 256 3, 41 | observed in Him certain signs of human frailty, they did 257 3, 42 | under the form of sensible ~signs, therefore also was it fittingly 258 3, 42 | fittingly written with sensible signs. But ~Christ's doctrine, 259 3, 43 | 4:48): ~"Unless you see signs and wonders you believe 260 3, 43 | all. Or that "He worked signs not for the sake of ~those 261 3, 43 | others." Therefore those ~signs were given, not to them, 262 3, 43 | written (1 ~Cor. 14:22) that signs are given "to unbelievers," 263 3, 44 | and let them be for signs, and for seasons, and ~for 264 3, 44 | that, just ~as the other signs which occurred at the time 265 3, 44 | bearing ~them witness by signs and wonders and divers miracles, 266 3, 44 | Jerome says: "Of all the signs worked by our Lord, ~this 267 3, 47 | Law: for they saw all the signs ~in Him which the prophets 268 3, 47 | For they saw ~manifest signs of His Godhead; yet they 269 3, 47 | account of the manifold signs and force of His ~teaching, 270 3, 47 | in that they had evident signs thereof: yet out of hatred ~ 271 3, 47 | refused credence to these signs, by which they might have ~ 272 3, 48 | thing signified by other ~signs. Therefore it seems that 273 3, 48 | Fathers were many and various signs of this true sacrifice, 274 3, 49 | Satan, in all power, and signs, and lying wonders, and 275 3, 53 | for within that time some signs of life always appear in 276 3, 55 | inasmuch as by most ~evident signs He showed that He was truly 277 3, 55 | Now Christ showed these signs of the Resurrection to His 278 3, 55 | efficacious through the signs ~shown them, according to 279 3, 55 | to believe from visible ~signs the things he does not see, 280 3, 55 | 4:48): "Unless you see signs ~and wonders, you believe 281 3, 55 | even without beholding signs, are blessed in ~comparison 282 3, 55 | resurrection. Consequently, the signs which ~Christ showed His 283 3, 60 | all sensible creatures are signs of sacred things; according 284 3, 60 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Signs are given to men, to whom 285 3, 60 | follows that the sacramental signs consist in ~sensible things: 286 3, 60 | are pointed out by certain signs. And in this ~way, too, 287 3, 60 | but considered only as signs of ~spiritual things in 288 3, 60 | can be signified by divers signs, yet ~to determine which 289 3, 60 | 2],3), are employed ~as signs for man's sanctification. 290 3, 60 | be added to the ~sensible signs. For in the first place 291 3, 60 | words are ~the principal signs used by men"; because words 292 3, 61 | united by means of visible signs or sacraments." ~But it 293 3, 61 | of corporeal and sensible signs that are called sacraments.~ 294 3, 61 | means of certain corporeal signs; for if man were ~offered 295 3, 61 | grace by means of sensible signs, but in a spiritual and ~ 296 3, 61 | far ~as they are sensible signs of invisible things whereby 297 3, 61 | was need for some visible signs whereby man might ~testify 298 3, 61 | of a Saviour. And these signs ~are called sacraments. 299 3, 61 | therefore, the ~sacraments are signs or figures of the truth, 300 3, 61 | Now the sacraments are signs in protestation of the ~ 301 3, 61 | whereby man is justified; and signs should vary according as 302 3, 61 | 13:12) we ~need sensible signs in order to reach spiritual 303 3, 62 | the ~sacraments are mere signs. For the leaden coin is 304 3, 62 | the New Law would be mere signs of grace; ~whereas we have 305 3, 62 | Law are both ~cause and signs. Hence, too, is it that, 306 3, 63 | faith ~expressed by exterior signs. Consequently, a character 307 3, 64 | to something by means of signs; for Augustine says (De 308 3, 64 | symbols," i.e. the sacramental signs. And he ~says in the epistle 309 3, 65 | sanctifications by sensible signs, such as Holy Water the ~ 310 3, 66 | was ~present in sensible signs: viz. the Father in the 311 3, 66 | taught by some sensible signs, for instance, ~pictures 312 3, 66 | signification ~of such like sensible signs. And consequently, since, 313 3, 66 | represented by some outward ~signs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 314 3, 68 | falsehood in the sacramental signs. Now a sign ~is false if 315 3, 68 | intervals, and ~show no signs of the use of reason. And 316 3, 70 | there was no need for any signs of faith and salvation to 317 3, 70 | of his ~faith, by outward signs of his profession, according 318 3, 70 | Now to determine suitable signs is a work of wisdom. ~Consequently, 319 3, 71 | no ~effect, but are mere signs. But this is clearly false; 320 3, 72 | came down under visible ~signs on the faithful, just as, 321 3, 72 | where God ~sent sensible signs miraculously.~Aquin.: SMT 322 3, 72 | when such like visible signs were lacking. For Dionysius 323 3, 72 | apostles, under certain visible signs, wrought ~miraculously by 324 3, 72 | forehead, where ~appear the signs of those passions which 325 3, 73 | Since, then, there are more signs than one, to wit, bread 326 3, 73 | wine are materially several signs, yet ~formally and perfectively 327 3, 76 | it from the evidence of signs, ~according to James 2:19: " 328 3, 77 | accidents are naturally ~the signs of the nature of the subject. 329 3, 78 | things. because "words are signs of concepts," as the Philosopher ~ 330 3, 81 | need of the sacramental signs for perceiving its ~truth.~ 331 3, 84 | inwardly in all the sacramental signs, be they things or words, 332 3, 84 | that one should show some ~signs of grief, even as the Ninevites 333 3, 84 | rather than in external signs, according to ~Joel 2:13: " 334 3, 84 | whereby a man shows external signs of sorrow, ~confesses his 335 3, 89 | that those who show no ~signs of humble compunction, or 336 Suppl, 9 | confess by writing, or by signs, or by an interpreter, because 337 Suppl, 10| account of certain conjectural signs.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[10] A[ 338 Suppl, 11| the sacraments ~are the signs of what takes place inwardly: 339 Suppl, 21| faith by means of outward signs (thus the gift of the Holy 340 Suppl, 34| conferred on ~man by visible signs, it is clear that Order 341 Suppl, 34| angels by means of sensible signs, as is the case among men. 342 Suppl, 34| on the angels by visible ~signs, as on men. Wherefore Order 343 Suppl, 36| i.e. the sacramental ~signs. Hence when they touch sacred 344 Suppl, 39| Reply OBJ 4: The sacramental signs signify by reason of their 345 Suppl, 40| Church wear ~outwardly are signs of inward power. Now the 346 Suppl, 42| offered to man under sensible signs [*Cf. TP, Q[61], A[1]; TP, 347 Suppl, 43| be agreeable to one. Now signs of this agreeableness are 348 Suppl, 45| words, they can do so by signs, and such signs count for 349 Suppl, 45| do so by signs, and such signs count for words.~Aquin.: 350 Suppl, 45| unless there be evident signs ~thereof; because we must 351 Suppl, 46| unless ~there appear clear signs of deceit or fraud [*According 352 Suppl, 46| unless there be ~clear signs of fraud; for instance if 353 Suppl, 58| wizards can work certain signs. Now this opinion grows 354 Suppl, 64| husband knows by certain signs that the wife would wish 355 Suppl, 64| whenever his wife shows signs of wishing him to do so.~ 356 Suppl, 64| when on account of certain signs there is fear of danger ( 357 Suppl, 64| he perceives ~in her no signs of the contrary; but it 358 Suppl, 64| presumption if he does see such signs.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 359 Suppl, 69| saints in heaven; (5) the signs preceding the ~general judgment; ( 360 Suppl, 72| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE SIGNS THAT WILL PRECEDE THE JUDGMENT ( 361 Suppl, 72| We must next consider the signs that will precede the judgment: 362 Suppl, 72| inquiry:~(1) Whether any signs will precede the Lord's 363 Suppl, 72| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether any signs will precede the Lord's 364 Suppl, 72| not be ~preceded by any signs. Because it is written ( 365 Suppl, 72| were terrified by ~previous signs. Therefore signs will not 366 Suppl, 72| previous signs. Therefore signs will not precede that coming~ 367 Suppl, 72| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, signs are ordained for the manifestation 368 Suppl, 72| in the night." Therefore signs ~ought not to precede it.~ 369 Suppl, 72| second coming. Now no such signs ~preceded the first coming 370 Suppl, 72| 21:25): "There shall be signs in the ~sun, and in the 371 Suppl, 72| known.] mentions fifteen signs preceding the ~judgment. 372 Suppl, 72| judicial power to have certain signs that ~induce people to reverence 373 Suppl, 72| subjection: and consequently many signs ~will precede the advent 374 Suppl, 72| being forewarned by those signs. ~But it is not easy to 375 Suppl, 72| easy to know what these signs may be: for the signs of ~ 376 Suppl, 72| these signs may be: for the signs of ~which we read in the 377 Suppl, 72| he remarks: because these signs that are mentioned in ~the 378 Suppl, 72| imminence of the advent. The signs mentioned ~by Jerome are 379 Suppl, 72| pay little heed to the ~signs of the coming judgment: 380 Suppl, 72| also reply that all these signs that will happen about the 381 Suppl, 72| men be terrified by the signs appearing about the judgment 382 Suppl, 72| judgment day, yet ~before those signs begin to appear the wicked 383 Suppl, 72| possible to know it from ~those signs: although, as we have already 384 Suppl, 72| there was no ~need for such signs to appear at His first coming, 385 Suppl, 75| immediately, when, to wit, the signs of the judgment shall begin ~ 386 Suppl, 79| they imply a defect, but as signs of the ~most steadfast virtue 387 Suppl, 85| Further, we arrive by means of signs at the knowledge of the ~ 388 Suppl, 85| things signified. Now many signs of the coming judgment are 389 Suppl, 85| judgment (Ep. cxcix), "the signs mentioned in the Gospels 390 Suppl, 87| appear then, namely the signs of His past Passion, He 391 Suppl, 87| account of the most manifest signs of ~His Godhead.~Aquin.: 392 Suppl, 88| the night"; and to be "for signs, ~and for seasons, and for 393 Suppl, 88| become visible to man by ~signs so manifest as to be perceived 394 Suppl, 88| the ~Godhead by manifest signs. Now the most spiritual 395 Suppl, 93| persons, because in the signs drawn on the 'abacus' the 396 Suppl, 93| Although these numerical signs are a human institution, ~


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