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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | practical?~(5) How it is compared with other sciences?~(6) 2 1, 3 | Therefore existence must be compared to essence, if the latter 3 1, 3 | nature, and intelligence is compared to sense, as actuality is 4 1, 3 | First, because a subject is compared to its accidents as ~potentiality 5 1, 4 | of all things, for it is ~compared to all things as that by 6 1, 4 | forms. Therefore it is not compared to ~other things as the 7 1, 6 | every genus; ~and thus He is compared to others by excess, and 8 1, 10 | to ~other movements it is compared only as the measure is to 9 1, 12 | creature is ~defective, when compared with God; forasmuch as it 10 1, 14 | Himself, the essence of God is compared to all other ~essences of 11 1, 14 | The created essence is compared to the essence of God as ~ 12 1, 17 | called false simply when compared ~with the intellect on which 13 1, 17 | depends, and to which it is compared "per ~se" but may be called 14 1, 17 | intellect, ~to which it is compared accidentally. Now natural 15 1, 17 | in so far as ~they are compared with the divine intellect; 16 1, 17 | natural things which are compared ~thereto accidentally, can 17 1, 17 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A thing compared with the intellect is said 18 1, 17 | said to be false, not as compared with the ~divine intellect, 19 1, 17 | be false simply, but as ~compared with our intellect; and 20 1, 22 | since His knowledge may be ~compared to the things themselves, 21 1, 27 | principle of all things, may be compared to ~things created as the 22 1, 33 | concept. But the Son is compared to the creature by reason 23 1, 40 | 1/1 - OF THE PERSONS AS COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES ( 24 1, 42 | consider the persons as compared to one another: firstly, ~ 25 1, 48 | and fault are not to be compared as end and order to ~the 26 1, 50 | immaterial as regards us; but ~compared to God it is corporeal and 27 1, 50 | creatures. Now the medium compared to one extreme appears to 28 1, 50 | extreme, as what is tepid compared to heat seems to be cold; 29 1, 50 | it ~is said that angels, compared to God, are material and 30 1, 52 | determined thing. For whatever is compared with one power must be ~ 31 1, 52 | with one power must be ~compared therewith as one determined 32 1, 52 | Consequently since all being ~is compared as one thing to God's universal 33 1, 52 | is one particular ~being compared as one with the angelic 34 1, 52 | even a demon and a soul are compared to a body ~according to 35 1, 54 | as such an essence, it is compared to the existence of ~the 36 1, 54 | act of understanding it is compared as included ~in the idea 37 1, 54 | from the existence, and is compared to it as ~potentiality is 38 1, 54 | which the operative power is compared is ~operation. But in the 39 1, 54 | accident, because subject is compared to accident as potentiality 40 1, 54 | its own existence, but is compared to it ~as potentiality is 41 1, 54 | the phantasms, which are compared to the passive ~intellect 42 1, 55 | intellect understands, is ~compared to the intellect understanding 43 1, 58 | proposition; and also two things ~compared together, according as they 44 1, 58 | reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared with the principle, so in 45 1, 58 | dividing, ~the predicate is compared with the subject. For if 46 1, 58 | knowledge are ~not taken as compared to an admixture of darkness, 47 1, 58 | admixture of darkness, but as compared to ~beginning and end. Or 48 1, 58 | from the morning, it is compared to it ~as the less perfect 49 1, 75 | Everything participated is compared to the participator as ~ 50 1, 75 | Contraries, however, are ~compared to one another as the perfect 51 1, 76 | intellectual soul may be ~compared to the body animated by 52 1, 76 | for to the whole it is compared primarily and essentially, 53 1, 77 | agent (for instance, heat compared to the form of ~fire) as 54 1, 77 | above, inasmuch as they are compared to the soul, not as ~loving 55 1, 77 | primarily in the soul, as compared to ~the composite; not as 56 1, 77 | essence ~of the soul is compared to the powers both as a 57 1, 40 | 1/1 - OF THE PERSONS AS COMPARED TO THE RELATIONS OR PROPERTIES ( 58 1, 42 | consider the persons as compared to one another: firstly, ~ 59 1, 49 | and fault are not to be compared as end and order to ~the 60 1, 51 | immaterial as regards us; but ~compared to God it is corporeal and 61 1, 51 | creatures. Now the medium compared to one extreme appears to 62 1, 51 | extreme, as what is tepid compared to heat seems to be cold; 63 1, 51 | it ~is said that angels, compared to God, are material and 64 1, 53 | determined thing. For whatever is compared with one power must be ~ 65 1, 53 | with one power must be ~compared therewith as one determined 66 1, 53 | Consequently since all being ~is compared as one thing to God's universal 67 1, 53 | is one particular ~being compared as one with the angelic 68 1, 53 | even a demon and a soul are compared to a body ~according to 69 1, 55 | as such an essence, it is compared to the existence of ~the 70 1, 55 | act of understanding it is compared as included ~in the idea 71 1, 55 | from the existence, and is compared to it as ~potentiality is 72 1, 55 | which the operative power is compared is ~operation. But in the 73 1, 55 | accident, because subject is compared to accident as potentiality 74 1, 55 | its own existence, but is compared to it ~as potentiality is 75 1, 55 | the phantasms, which are compared to the passive ~intellect 76 1, 56 | intellect understands, is ~compared to the intellect understanding 77 1, 59 | proposition; and also two things ~compared together, according as they 78 1, 59 | reasoning, the conclusion is ~compared with the principle, so in 79 1, 59 | dividing, ~the predicate is compared with the subject. For if 80 1, 59 | knowledge are ~not taken as compared to an admixture of darkness, 81 1, 59 | admixture of darkness, but as compared to ~beginning and end. Or 82 1, 59 | from the morning, it is compared to it ~as the less perfect 83 1, 74 | Everything participated is compared to the participator as ~ 84 1, 74 | Contraries, however, are ~compared to one another as the perfect 85 1, 75 | intellectual soul may be ~compared to the body animated by 86 1, 75 | for to the whole it is compared primarily and essentially, 87 1, 76 | agent (for instance, heat compared to the form of ~fire) as 88 1, 76 | above, inasmuch as they are compared to the soul, not as ~loving 89 1, 76 | primarily in the soul, as compared to ~the composite; not as 90 1, 76 | essence ~of the soul is compared to the powers both as a 91 1, 78 | its very existence; but is compared to these intelligible things 92 1, 78 | Aristotle (De ~Anima iii, 5) compared the active intellect to 93 1, 78 | into the air: while Plato compared the separate intellect ~ 94 1, 78 | Thus the active power is compared to its object as a being 95 1, 78 | power, on the contrary, ~is compared to its object as being in 96 1, 78 | 6), that intellect is ~compared to reason, as eternity to 97 1, 78 | Reasoning, ~therefore, is compared to understanding, as movement 98 1, 78 | have said. For eternity is ~compared to time as immovable to 99 1, 78 | movable. And thus Boethius compared the ~intellect to eternity, 100 1, 78 | the human reason, but is compared to ~it as the perfect to 101 1, 78 | which they are variously ~compared as perfect and imperfect.~ 102 1, 78 | practical intellect is ~compared to the speculative, as the 103 1, 81 | the object of the will is compared to the will as the ~mover 104 1, 81 | verified of the will as compared with what ~is above the 105 1, 81 | intellect and the will be compared with one another according 106 1, 82 | OBJ 3: The intellect is compared to the will as moving the 107 1, 83 | animal, in so far as it is compared to ~it as a being in act 108 1, 83 | object ~actually colored is compared to the pupil which is potentially 109 1, 84 | common universal may be compared to the less ~common, as 110 1, 84 | But the generic nature is compared to the specific nature rather ~ 111 1, 87 | active intellect must be compared to the objects understood, 112 1, 87 | active intellect can be compared to the intelligible ~object 113 1, 88 | knowledge, however, ~cannot be compared with the other prerogatives 114 1, 90 | needs the largest brain as compared to the body; both for his 115 1, 92 | Wherefore, as the good ~can be compared to each individual thing 116 1, 93 | something obscure when compared with the immensity of the 117 1, 97 | such pleasures. But man is compared to beasts by reason of sin, ~ 118 1, 97 | did not understand; ~he is compared to senseless beasts, and 119 1, 102 | said to be contingent as compared to ~their proximate causes, 120 1, 103 | Now every creature may be compared to God, as the air is to 121 1, 104 | action is of any account compared with the power of ~God, 122 1, 107 | and the "Angels." A medium compared to ~one extreme seems like 123 1, 107 | extremes; thus tepid seems cold compared to hot, and hot compared 124 1, 107 | compared to hot, and hot compared to ~cold. So the "Archangels" 125 1, 108 | executioners. This revelation, if compared to the ~angelic revealers, 126 1, 109 | in the ~universe, may be compared to the power of a private 127 1, 114 | plants. And these again are compared to further particular ~effects, 128 1, 115 | lucky or chance-like ~as compared to inferior causes, which, 129 1, 115 | inferior causes, which, if compared to some higher cause, ~is 130 1, 115 | themselves is by chance; but as compared to the master, who had ordered ~ 131 1, 115 | by luck or by ~chance, if compared to their proximate causes: 132 1, 115 | proximate causes: but not if compared to ~Divine Providence, whereby " 133 1, 115 | OBJ 2: Further, fate is compared to things that happen by 134 2, 2 | time are not worthy to ~be compared with the glory to come, 135 2, 2 | are in a way infinite as ~compared to material things, since 136 2, 2 | but is quite a trifle as compared with the good of ~the soul. 137 2, 2 | called the macrocosm, is compared to man who is called the 138 2, 2 | creatures, to which man is compared ~as part to whole, is not 139 2, 4 | ordained to the end is as form compared to matter. ~Wherefore, just 140 2, 6 | vary according as they are compared with ~different things. 141 2, 6 | becoming ~voluntary when compared with another.~Aquin.: SMT 142 2, 10 | the object of the will is compared to the will as mover to 143 2, 11 | indeed that bore it, it is compared as effect to cause; to the 144 2, 11 | perfect or imperfect, as compared with the ~actual circumstances 145 2, 16 | operation, which ~powers are compared to the will which applies 146 2, 16 | as the ~instruments are compared to the principal agent. 147 2, 17 | commands. But the body is compared to the soul as a slave to 148 2, 18 | Further, the object is compared to the action as its matter. 149 2, 18 | object of an active power is compared to the action ~as effect 150 2, 18 | its end, to which it is compared as to the cause of its ~ 151 2, 18 | conjugal act and adultery, as compared to reason, ~differ specifically 152 2, 18 | and punishment. But as ~compared to the generative power, 153 2, 18 | difference of the object, as compared to reason; and then it can 154 2, 18 | of the will, which act is compared to the external act, as 155 2, 18 | more formal a difference is compared to genus, as ~form to matter. 156 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: Difference is compared to genus as form to matter, 157 2, 19 | primarily and essentially compared to the Divine will, ~as 158 2, 20 | every way. Now ~the will is compared to the exterior action, 159 2, 21 | while acting is evidently compared to an instrument. Therefore 160 2, 25 | the ~irascible faculty is compared to the concupiscible, as 161 2, 27 | constant in his friendship as compared to one who is inconstant. 162 2, 31 | delights of the higher appetite compared with the delight of ~the 163 2, 31 | 6) Of sensible delights compared with one another;~(7) Whether 164 2, 31 | intellectual spiritual pleasures be compared with sensible ~bodily pleasures, 165 2, 32 | 12) that pleasure is not compared with generation, but with ~ 166 2, 35 | which this cause of pain is compared to the appetite.~Aquin.: 167 2, 40 | hope is the possible as compared to a power. ~For such is 168 2, 40 | so much so that it is ~compared to an anchor (Heb. 6:19). 169 2, 41 | a power whose object is compared to it as its active ~principle: 170 2, 50 | and ~not in that which is compared to the power as its object.~ 171 2, 50 | clear that the phantasm is compared as object to the passive ~ 172 2, 54 | Now a passive power is compared to the ~determinate act 173 2, 60 | Secondly, operation may be compared to moral virtue as the matter 174 2, 61 | the end is principal as compared to the means. But the ~theological 175 2, 61 | perfect is principal as compared ~to the imperfect: and so 176 2, 66 | Of the moral virtues as compared with one another;~(5) Of 177 2, 66 | Ethic. iv, 3. Hence it is compared to them as their ornament, ~ 178 2, 66 | it seems that faith is compared to hope and ~charity, as 179 2, 67 | already possess, is not compared to us as something difficult. ~ 180 2, 67 | heavenly bliss: because it is compared to the enjoyment ~of bliss, 181 2, 68 | gifts of ~the Holy Ghost, as compared with the Holy Ghost Himself, 182 2, 68 | the Apostle, piety is not compared ~with all God's gifts, but 183 2, 68 | Accordingly the gifts seem to be compared to the theological virtues, 184 2, 68 | as the ~moral virtues are compared to the intellectual virtues, 185 2, 71 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, sin is compared to vice, as act to habit, 186 2, 71 | Now the eternal law is compared to the ~order of human reason, 187 2, 71 | 2~I answer that, Sin is compared to virtue, as evil act to 188 2, 71 | action. For as merit is ~compared with virtue, even so is 189 2, 71 | with virtue, even so is sin compared with vice. Now there can 190 2, 73 | different kinds cannot be compared with one another, as is ~ 191 2, 73 | prevents all sins from being ~compared with one another.~Aquin.: 192 2, 73 | the will to sin: for it is compared to the sinful act, as a 193 2, 74 | action: wherefore they are compared to the soul which moves ~ 194 2, 74 | internal appetitive powers are compared to reason as free agents, 195 2, 74 | every delectation may be compared to two things, ~viz. to 196 2, 77 | the rational ~appetite, is compared to the sensitive appetite, 197 2, 88 | consider ~venial sin as compared with mortal sin; secondly, 198 2, 91 | the whole of ~mankind is compared to God as to one king, according 199 2, 91 | understand: he hath been compared to senseless beasts, and 200 2, 99 | this reason, that people is compared to a child that is still ~ 201 2, 107 | 1/1 - OF THE NEW LAW AS COMPARED WITH THE OLD (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 202 2, 107 | consider the New Law as compared with the Old: under which ~ 203 2, 107 | above (A[1]), the New Law is compared to the ~Old as the perfect 204 2, 107 | 1]) that the New Law is compared to the Old as ~perfect to 205 2, 110 | grace. And thus grace ~is compared to the will as the mover 206 2, 112 | creation, to ~which grace is compared, which is called "a new 207 2, 112 | On the contrary, Man is compared to God as clay to the potter, 208 2, 114 | worthy [condignae] to be compared with the glory to come, 209 2, 114 | perseverance which is in heaven is compared as term to ~the free-will' 210 2, 2 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Nature is compared to charity which is the 211 2, 2 | to form: whereas faith is compared to charity as the ~disposition 212 2, 4 | 8) Of its certitude as compared with the certitude of the 213 2, 6 | wherefore deformity is compared to ~the act, as falsehood 214 2, 8 | world is enclosed within as ~compared with the sensible world, 215 2, 10 | the rites of the Jews are compared to idolatry, because ~a 216 2, 16 | else appears arduous, as compared with that hope; although, 217 2, 16 | that hope; although, as compared ~with the capability of 218 2, 17 | is a very small thing as compared with the ~glory of the soul, 219 2, 18 | OBJ 2: The fear of God is compared to a man's whole life that 220 2, 19 | If, however, despair be compared to the other two sins from 221 2, 22 | OBJ 2: Further, charity is compared to the other virtues as 222 2, 22 | Reply OBJ 2: Charity is compared to the foundation or root 223 2, 23 | perfection of nature, it ~is compared to the capacity of nature 224 2, 23 | In Scripture, charity is compared to fire, according to ~Cant 225 2, 23 | Moreover charity may be compared ~with this subject, both 226 2, 23 | point of view of habit as ~compared with power. Now it is natural 227 2, 26 | these ~two loves may be compared in two ways, first, on the 228 2, 27 | who rejoices. Now joy is compared to desire, as rest to movement, 229 2, 30 | a ~man gives is great as compared with his means. To give 230 2, 31 | treatment; and this may be compared with the correction ~administered 231 2, 43 | considered in itself before being compared with ~something else. Wherefore 232 2, 48 | Hence ~regnative prudence is compared to this political prudence 233 2, 48 | virtue is ~principal as compared with another. Now it is 234 2, 48 | Reply OBJ 1: Riches are compared to domestic prudence, not 235 2, 50 | rectitude of human reason is compared to the Divine Reason, as 236 2, 55 | is proper to justice, as compared with the other ~virtues, 237 2, 55 | Hence a father is not compared to his son as to another ~ 238 2, 57 | the habit of injustice is compared by means of its proper act ~ 239 2, 59 | private individual, who is compared to the community as a ~part 240 2, 62 | every individual person is compared ~to the whole community, 241 2, 62 | understand; he hath been compared to senseless beasts, and 242 2, 62 | on account of sin, is ~compared to the beasts. Now it is 243 2, 70 | Doctr. Christ. ii, 3), "compared ~with words all other signs 244 2, 72 | 6:15): "Nothing can be compared to a faithful ~friend." 245 2, 86 | any bodily good is to be compared with continency, which is ~ 246 2, 98 | are desired, are not to be compared with ~her": and for this 247 2, 98 | ours, "are worthy to be compared with ~the glory to come, 248 2, 100 | is paid by observance is compared to a father who ~is worshiped 249 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 1: The prince is compared to the father as a universal 250 2, 100 | way the father should ~be compared with the divine power from 251 2, 100 | in himself, but ~also as compared to those who pay them. Wherefore, 252 2, 116 | Reply OBJ 4: Covetousness is compared to idolatry on account of 253 2, 122 | species of that act, as compared to the virtue proximately ~ 254 2, 130 | proceeds, so that glory is compared ~to them as their end. For 255 2, 136 | temperament. This is how women are compared to men, as the ~Philosopher 256 2, 140 | answer that, one may be compared with another in two ways. 257 2, 140 | understand: he hath been ~compared to senseless beasts, and 258 2, 145 | disposition, wherefore they are compared to an old garment." Hence ~ 259 2, 145 | of the Old Testament is compared to the night, ~while the 260 2, 145 | of the New Testament is compared to the day, according to ~ 261 2, 153 | desires. Hence continence is compared to ~temperance, as the imperfect 262 2, 156 | On the contrary, Anger is compared to hatred as the mote to 263 2, 159 | of a ~certain likeness, compared to a building, so again 264 2, 172 | contrary, The prophetic word is compared (2 Pt. 1:19) to a "light ~ 265 2, 178 | which is simply uniform is compared to circular movement; the 266 2, 178 | one point to another is compared to the straight movement; 267 2, 178 | progress ~to various points is compared to the oblique movement.~ 268 2, 178 | contemplation is imperfect as compared with the ~delight of contemplation 269 2, 180 | assigned to contemplation is compared to the ~lower reason which 270 2, 180 | action, and the husband is compared to ~his wife, who should 271 2, 182 | somewhat, he is not to be compared with one who, cast among 272 2, 182 | monk, "who is not to be compared with one who, cast among 273 2, 183 | the ~religious state is compared to the episcopal state, 274 2, 183 | living in the world are compared ~to the vows of religion 275 2, 183 | the vows of religion are compared to the ~episcopal dignity 276 2, 184 | renouncement of one's own wealth is compared to ~almsgiving as the universal 277 2, 184 | This latter obedience is compared to the former as the ~universal 278 2, 184 | reference to ~bishops, who are compared to them as perfecters to 279 2, 187 | the other precepts, ~is compared to the counsels as the common 280 3, 1 | of the Incarnation may be compared to the youth of ~the human 281 3, 5 | as is written Jn. 1:9, is compared to the mind as the greater ~ 282 3, 6 | But the soul of Christ is compared to the Word as a second ~ 283 3, 7 | the grace of any ~man is compared to the grace of Christ as 284 3, 8 | sacraments of the Old Law are compared to Christ as ~the shadow 285 3, 9 | For all other knowledge ~compared to the beatific knowledge 286 3, 9 | every ~created cognition is compared to beatific cognition, as 287 3, 10 | soul of Christ, since it is compared to that soul ~according 288 3, 11 | 18,31,39, phantasms are compared to man's intellective soul 289 3, 22 | 4:3,23,28. But Christ is compared to none of these, but to 290 3, 31 | Can man be justified compared ~with God? Or he that is 291 3, 32 | the female is imperfect compared to ~that of the male. And, 292 3, 35 | above (A[1]), nature is compared to nativity, ~as the terminus 293 3, 35 | Christ's presence on earth is compared to ~the day, because He 294 3, 36 | faith. For this reason it is compared to the ~multitude of stars; 295 3, 41 | Again, ~every good work, compared to the flesh and the world, 296 3, 42 | which was a small place ~compared with the whole world, where 297 3, 46 | of His ~second coming is compared (Mt. 24:32,33) to the summer 298 3, 47 | the reason that Christ is compared to them as a ~body is to 299 3, 48 | Passion, according as it is compared with His ~Godhead, operates 300 3, 48 | but in so far as it is compared ~with the will of Christ' 301 3, 61 | that Christ's Passion is ~compared to the sacraments as cause 302 3, 61 | Christ: which sacraments are compared to ~those that preceded 303 3, 62 | 3: Sacramental grace is compared to grace commonly so called, ~ 304 3, 63 | but His ~Priesthood is compared to a character, as that 305 3, 63 | complete and ~perfect is compared to some participation of 306 3, 63 | Further, a character may be compared to the soul in which it 307 3, 65 | while Confirmation is ~compared to growth. But food causes, 308 3, 65 | remaining sacraments may be compared to one another in several 309 3, 65 | these, Extreme Unction is compared ~to Penance, as Confirmation 310 3, 66 | the principal cause as ~compared to the minister, yet it 311 3, 66 | an instrumental cause as compared to ~the Blessed Trinity. 312 3, 68 | From the Church being compared to Paradise ~we learn that 313 3, 71 | answer that, The minister compared to the priest, is as a secondary ~ 314 3, 74 | the contrary, As our Lord compared Himself to the grain of 315 3, 74 | grain of wheat, so ~also He compared Himself to the vine, saying ( 316 3, 76 | which, however, is not compared to this sacrament according 317 3, 76 | that Christ's body ~is compared with this sacrament not 318 3, 76 | dimensions, ~because it was compared with that place through 319 3, 76 | substance of Christ's body is compared with that ~place through 320 3, 76 | dimensions of Christ's body are compared with that place ~through 321 3, 76 | place is an accident when compared with the extrinsic container. 322 3, 78 | Christ. And therefore it is compared to other ~sentences, which 323 3, 78 | productive of the thing, ~is compared to the concept of our speculative 324 3, 80 | understand; he hath been compared to senseless ~beasts, and 325 3, 80 | the unworthy recipient is compared to the sin of ~them who 326 3, 80 | entirely from Communion can be compared to the ~Centurion, as stated 327 3, 81 | 2; ~Q[76], A[5]), is not compared with its surroundings through 328 Suppl, 37| the ~act of the reader is compared with the secondary act of 329 Suppl, 37| the act of the exorcist compared with the secondary act ~ 330 Suppl, 54| only when one person is compared to another.~Aquin.: SMT 331 Suppl, 55| propagation, to which ~affinity is compared only through consanguinity. 332 Suppl, 58| upon earth that can be compared with him who was made to 333 Suppl, 62| and that of the wife are compared the ~one to the other as 334 Suppl, 70| to their subject, but as compared to their ~origin: wherefore 335 Suppl, 72| water: and they are both compared to one another, 2 Pt. 3: 336 Suppl, 72| Reply OBJ 3: The soul is compared to the body, not only as 337 Suppl, 74| the coming of our Lord is compared to the coming of a thief ~ 338 Suppl, 75| resurrection of the body as compared to the seed.~Aquin.: SMT 339 Suppl, 76| instrument. Now the body is ~compared to the soul as matter to 340 Suppl, 76| and thus the soul would be compared to the ~body as artificial 341 Suppl, 77| cause." ~For the soul is compared to the body as art to the 342 Suppl, 77| since "the whole body ~is compared to the whole soul in the 343 Suppl, 80| comparison with air, and air as compared ~with water, and water as 344 Suppl, 80| with water, and water as compared with earth. But there will 345 Suppl, 81| the power of the mover as ~compared with the resistance of both 346 Suppl, 82| of the rising bodies is compared to the clarity ~of the stars. 347 Suppl, 82| hand, say that they are compared to crystal, not ~because 348 Suppl, 82| wherefore this clarity is compared to the ~jasper-stone (Apoc. 349 Suppl, 86| of judgment through being compared with others: for instance ( 350 Suppl, 88| the heaven is as a point compared with a sphere, ~as astronomers 351 Suppl, 89| but that the latter is compared to it as its ~perfection 352 Suppl, 90| the heavenly kingdom is compared to a city (Apoc. 21:2). 353 Suppl, 91| known the more for being ~compared with its contrary, because 354 Suppl, 93| the hundredfold fruit is compared to ~the glory of the sun;


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