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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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birth

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1 1, 27 | this is properly called birth. Not everything of that ~ 2 1, 27 | namely, conception and birth; as is declared in the ~ 3 1, 36 | a different way; one by Birth, the other by Procession, 4 1, 40 | Son has nothing else ~than birth." But He is Son by "birth." 5 1, 40 | birth." But He is Son by "birth." Therefore, if filiation 6 1, 41 | their substance: but perfect birth gave the Son ~a nature derived 7 1, 41 | says (De Trin. v): "The birth of God cannot but ~contain 8 1, 42 | the mind. The twelfth is ~birth, as a man is begotten of 9 1, 42 | the impassibility of His birth; let the name Son insinuate ~ 10 1, 63 | which is defective from birth, ~through a defect in the 11 1, 40 | Son has nothing else ~than birth." But He is Son by "birth." 12 1, 40 | birth." But He is Son by "birth." Therefore, if filiation 13 1, 41 | their substance: but perfect birth gave the Son ~a nature derived 14 1, 41 | says (De Trin. v): "The birth of God cannot but ~contain 15 1, 42 | the mind. The twelfth is ~birth, as a man is begotten of 16 1, 42 | the impassibility of His birth; let the name Son insinuate ~ 17 1, 64 | which is defective from birth, ~through a defect in the 18 1, 92 | in man until after ~the birth of the offspring. Therefore 19 1, 97 | And just as in ~giving birth the mother was then relieved, 20 1, 98 | the body immediately after birth?~(2) Whether all infants 21 1, 98 | members immediately after birth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 22 1, 98 | members, ~immediately after birth. For Augustine says (De 23 1, 98 | Further, some animals at birth have sufficient strength 24 1, 98 | strength to use his members at birth; and ~thus it appears to 25 1, 98 | limbs immediately after birth. Because in ~proportion 26 1, 98 | limbs ~immediately after birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 27 1, 98 | limbs ~immediately after birth, is due, not to their superiority, 28 1, 98 | defects which result from birth; but not senile defects ~ 29 1, 99 | is clear ~that at their birth they would not have had 30 1, 100 | reason at the moment of ~birth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 31 1, 100 | with righteousness from ~birth. But knowledge is required 32 1, 100 | been without ~knowledge at birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 33 1, 100 | the soul were endowed at birth with knowledge not ~acquired 34 1, 100 | been in children from their birth, for they ~would have possessed 35 1, 100 | perfect use of reason at birth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 36 1, 100 | perfect use of reason ~at birth. For that children have 37 1, 100 | perfect ~use of reason at birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 38 1, 100 | Further, some animals at birth have the use of their natural ~ 39 1, 100 | perfect use of reason at ~birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[101] A[ 40 1, 100 | other animals have not at birth such a perfect use of ~their 41 1, 109 | over beasts, and over the birth of ~animals, and trees, 42 1, 112 | deputed to guard it from its birth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 43 1, 112 | to guard a man from his birth?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 44 1, 112 | to guard a man from ~his birth. For angels are "sent to 45 1, 112 | his ~baptism, not of his birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 46 1, 112 | soul for some time before birth, ~just as well as after. 47 1, 112 | guard a child before its birth, for they are not then admitted 48 1, 112 | from the moment of their birth.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 49 1, 112 | appointed to guard it from its birth."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] 50 1, 112 | appointed at the ~time of birth. The latter opinion Jerome 51 1, 112 | are bestowed on him at his birth, for then it is that he 52 1, 112 | the very moment ~of his birth man has an angel guardian 53 1, 112 | in the womb. But at ~its birth, when it becomes separate 54 1, 118 | Holy Ghost. For "such a birth was becoming to ~Him," [* 55 2, 61 | something in order to give birth to virtue: this something 56 2, 63 | that which is in us from birth is said to be natural to ~ 57 2, 63 | virtues are in some from birth: for it is written (Job 58 2, 63 | which the body has from birth, one has ~an aptitude for 59 2, 68 | virtues of the Holy Ghost take birth in ~us": and he quotes the 60 2, 75 | cause; for ~instance, the birth of a monster is due to the 61 2, 81 | baptized soon after ~their birth, to show that they have 62 2, 81 | thus a man may ~from his birth be under a family disgrace, 63 2, 102 | living. For the soil gives birth to the herb of its own ~ 64 2, 1 | ancients believed in the future birth of Christ, and ~many continued 65 2, 1 | Reply OBJ 3: After Christ's birth, to believe in Him, was 66 2, 1 | to believe in ~Christ's birth at some time or other. The 67 2, 1 | second, to His virginal birth; the third, to His Passion, ~ 68 2, 1 | Christ's conception and birth, just as the resurrection 69 2, 10 | womb; and later on after birth, and before it has the use 70 2, 19 | more directly, ~hope gives birth to joy, while on the contrary 71 2, 25 | the latter, the ~lot of birth is fortuitous, whereas we 72 2, 25 | than the father in giving birth ~and education to her child; 73 2, 30 | which proclaims his good birth; and again that ~perhaps 74 2, 41 | it is better to allow the birth of scandal, ~than to abandon 75 2, 51 | sin comes to man with his birth. But ~imprudence comes to 76 2, 51 | imprudence comes to man with his birth, wherefore the young are ~ 77 2, 62 | abuses unbecoming his noble birth." Now ~nothing that is done 78 2, 71 | sin, just as anger gives birth to murder and ~blasphemy. 79 2, 74 | Job cursed the day of his birth, on account of the ~original 80 2, 74 | sin which he contracted in birth, and on account of the ~ 81 2, 92 | compel him: so as to give birth to the magic arts and ~their 82 2, 99 | country, that have given us birth and nourishment. ~Consequently 83 2, 100 | positions of dignity, since ~birth and education, which originate 84 2, 111 | that he was a prophet by birth, since, to wit, he was not 85 2, 150 | OBJ 1: Men have from their birth that which is material in ~ 86 2, 162 | which she suffers in giving birth, ~and this is indicated 87 2, 162 | 26): "Just as, in giving ~birth, the mother would then be 88 2, 171 | imagination of one ~blind from birth), or divinely coordinated 89 2, 185 | to beg is a sign of good birth." Therefore it is disgraceful ~ 90 2, 187 | which his heart has given birth is from ~the spirit of God, 91 3, 2 | beings, which is called "birth" or "sprouting forth," the 92 3, 2 | what he has had from his birth, ~according to Eph. 2:3: " 93 3, 2 | of the "property" ~of His birth, seeing that He was conceived 94 3, 3 | innascible as to eternal ~birth, and the temporal birth 95 3, 3 | birth, and the temporal birth would not destroy this. 96 3, 14 | derive with our nature from birth. But Christ, ~together with 97 3, 14 | infirmities ~through His birth from His mother, whose flesh 98 3, 15 | spiritually, "before His birth He will save His people ~ 99 3, 16 | can be no doubt how the birth from the Virgin applies ~ 100 3, 23 | Man is Christ, as from the birth of faith every man is a ~ 101 3, 27 | Conception of Christ; (2) His Birth; (3) His Circumcision; ( 102 3, 27 | was sanctified before her ~birth from the womb?~(2) Whether 103 3, 27 | was sanctified before her birth from the womb?~Aquin.: SMT 104 3, 27 | not sanctified before ~her birth from the womb. For the Apostle 105 3, 27 | are born of God." But ~birth from the womb is a natural 106 3, 27 | from the womb is a natural birth. Therefore the Blessed Virgin 107 3, 27 | not sanctified before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT 108 3, 27 | not sanctified before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT 109 3, 27 | was ~sanctified before her birth from the womb, it follows 110 3, 27 | not sanctified before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT 111 3, 27 | Therefore even in her birth the Blessed Virgin was holy. 112 3, 27 | do not even mention her birth. But ~as Augustine, in his 113 3, 27 | been sanctified before her birth from the womb.~Aquin.: SMT 114 3, 27 | cleansed therefrom before her birth from ~the womb. This is 115 3, 27 | Blessed ~Virgin, who in her birth was immune from original 116 3, 28 | she was a virgin in His Birth?~(3) Whether she remained 117 3, 28 | remained a virgin after His Birth? ~(4) Whether she took a 118 3, 28 | Mother was a virgin in His birth?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 119 3, 28 | was not a virgin in His Birth. ~For Ambrose says on Lk. 120 3, 28 | a strange womb, for the ~birth of a prophet, He it is who 121 3, 28 | was not a virgin in His Birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 122 3, 28 | remain a virgin in ~giving birth to Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 123 3, 28 | it is said: "After giving birth, nature knows not a virgin: 124 3, 28 | a virgin ~also in giving birth to Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 125 3, 28 | was a virgin even in His Birth: for the prophet says not 126 3, 28 | a property of Him whose Birth is in question, for He is 127 3, 28 | virgin. But since she gave birth ~to the Word made flesh, 128 3, 28 | is unfitting that in His Birth He should corrupt His ~Mother' 129 3, 28 | mother should not in His Birth lessen the honor due to 130 3, 28 | to the wonted manner of birth; ~not that we are to believe 131 3, 28 | of ~a virgin, for "such a Birth befits a God," as Ambrose 132 3, 28 | held that Christ, in His Birth, assumed the gift ~of "subtlety," 133 3, 28 | doors not open, in Whose ~Birth His Mother's virginity remained 134 3, 28 | remained a virgin after His birth?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 135 3, 28 | remain a virgin after ~His Birth. For it is written (Mt. 136 3, 28 | virgin after ~(Christ's) Birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 137 3, 28 | virgin after (Christ's) Birth. ~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 138 3, 28 | seems that after (Christ's) Birth, the Blessed Virgin was 139 3, 28 | remain a virgin after the ~Birth (of Christ).~Aquin.: SMT 140 3, 28 | remain ~a virgin after His Birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 141 3, 28 | remain a virgin after His ~Birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 142 3, 28 | Mary is a virgin before His Birth, ~a virgin in His Birth, 143 3, 28 | Birth, ~a virgin in His Birth, and a virgin after His 144 3, 28 | and a virgin after His Birth?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 145 3, 28 | Christ's Mother, after His Birth, was ~carnally known by 146 3, 28 | and a virgin in giving Him birth, did she remain ~a virgin 147 3, 28 | know her, until she gave birth, being unaware of her ~dignity: 148 3, 28 | but after she had given birth, then did he know her. Because 149 3, 28 | Joseph, until she gave birth. But afterwards she is acknowledged 150 3, 28 | her husband until she gave birth, that we may be given to ~ 151 3, 28 | Lord are so called, not by ~birth, as being born of the same 152 3, 29 | that the manner of ~His Birth might be hidden from the 153 3, 29 | that the manner of His Birth might be hidden from the 154 3, 29 | choose that our faith in His Birth ~should be strengthened 155 3, 29 | miracles of the virginal Birth, the Resurrection of ~our 156 3, 29 | the manner of the Divine Birth. That afterwards the ~devil 157 3, 29 | the ground ~that in giving birth to Christ, she had not conceived 158 3, 30 | be hallowed by the Divine Birth: ~since the first cause 159 3, 30 | foretelling ~the conception and birth, saying: "Behold, thou shalt 160 3, 30 | children, that the virginal birth might be credible."~Aquin.: 161 3, 31 | manner of the conception and birth; inasmuch as a virgin ~conceived 162 3, 31 | virgin ~conceived and gave birth to God.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 163 3, 31 | descending to Joseph and the birth of Christ Himself. Luke, ~ 164 3, 31 | the emptiness of pride of birth: for many of ~Juda's brethren 165 3, 31 | should conceive and give birth: that thou mightest believe 166 3, 31 | that troubles thee in My Birth? I was not conceived by 167 3, 32 | third, he says: "And to give birth" to Him, i.e. that she ~ 168 3, 33 | development ~up to the time of His birth. Wherefore in the aforesaid 169 3, 33 | continuous, either its birth would have occurred sooner, 170 3, 33 | sooner, or at the time ~of birth He would have been a bigger 171 3, 35 | His manifestation after ~birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] Out. 172 3, 35 | another, besides His eternal, birth should be attributed to ~ 173 3, 35 | respect of His temporal ~birth?~(4) Whether she ought to 174 3, 35 | that He had no temporal birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 175 3, 35 | but not as though, before birth, it was nothing at all in ~ 176 3, 35 | nature. ~Now, conception and birth are attributed to the person 177 3, 35 | conceived him ~and gave birth to him. Therefore the Blessed 178 3, 35 | subject to conception and birth, before this man were the 179 3, 35 | For man is born by one birth of both father and mother: 180 3, 35 | reason it seems that His birth should have been with pain.~ 181 3, 35 | Further, in the book on the birth of our Saviour [*Protevangelium ~ 182 3, 35 | were present at Christ's ~birth; and they would be wanted 183 3, 35 | suffered pain in giving birth ~to her Child.~Aquin.: SMT 184 3, 35 | wast all ~pure, in giving birth thou wast without pain."~ 185 3, 35 | there was no pain in that birth, as neither was there any 186 3, 35 | Mother to suffer in giving birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 187 3, 35 | especially from the place of his birth. Therefore it ~seems that 188 3, 35 | life, not in His ~carnal birth. Therefore He wished to 189 3, 35 | that, shortly after His ~birth, He would be enrolled in 190 3, 35 | a fitting time for the ~birth of Christ, for "He is our 191 3, 36 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ's birth should have been made known 192 3, 36 | star by means of which His birth was made known;~(8) of the 193 3, 36 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether Christ's birth should have been made known 194 3, 36 | would seem that Christ's birth should have been made known 195 3, 36 | manifestly. ~But He came by His birth in the flesh." Therefore 196 3, 36 | Therefore it seems that His birth ~should have been made known 197 3, 36 | Therefore it seems that Christ's birth ~should have been made known 198 3, 36 | unfitting that Christ's birth should be made known ~to 199 3, 36 | when Christ was ~born, His birth had been made known to all 200 3, 36 | at the very time of His birth, but ~afterwards, in due 201 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's birth should have been made known 202 3, 36 | would seem that Christ's birth should not have been made 203 3, 36 | faithful." Therefore Christ's birth should not have ~been made 204 3, 36 | Christ was born, His future birth was made known ~to the Blessed 205 3, 36 | known to others after His birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 206 3, 36 | others. But, when Christ's birth was made known, ~disturbance 207 3, 36 | Herod, hearing" ~of Christ's birth, "was troubled, and all 208 3, 36 | seems unfitting for Christ's birth to ~have been made known 209 3, 36 | On the contrary, Christ's birth would have been profitable 210 3, 36 | But it behooved Christ's birth to be ~profitable: else 211 3, 36 | it seems that Christ's ~birth should have been made known 212 3, 36 | Consequently, ~that His birth might be consistent with 213 3, 36 | salvation of ~mankind if God's birth had been made known to all 214 3, 36 | instructed concerning Christ's ~birth before He was born, because 215 3, 36 | born was becoming to His birth. First, because thus the ~ 216 3, 36 | x in Evang.): "After the birth of the King of heaven, the 217 3, 36 | Whether those to whom Christ's birth was made known were suitably 218 3, 36 | that those to whom Christ's birth was made known ~were not 219 3, 36 | much ~less should Christ's birth have been at once revealed 220 3, 36 | soothsayers." Therefore Christ's birth should not ~have been made 221 3, 36 | Therefore it seems that Christ's birth ~should have been made known 222 3, 36 | those to ~whom Christ's birth was made known were suitably 223 3, 36 | foreshadowed in Christ's birth, ~He was made known to men 224 3, 36 | manifestation of Christ's birth was a kind of ~foretaste 225 3, 36 | certain signs of Christ's ~birth appeared also in other parts 226 3, 36 | angel who announced Christ's birth did not go to Jerusalem, 227 3, 36 | was right that our ~Lord's birth should be attested not only 228 3, 36 | Himself should have made His birth know?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] 229 3, 36 | should have Himself made His birth ~known. For "a direct cause 230 3, 36 | viii. But Christ made His birth known through ~others - 231 3, 36 | He Himself have made ~His birth known.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 232 3, 36 | He did ~Himself make His birth known.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 233 3, 36 | should Himself make His birth known.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 234 3, 36 | I answer that, Christ's birth was ordered unto man's salvation, 235 3, 36 | behooved, therefore, Christ's birth to be made known in such 236 3, 36 | Therefore Christ made His birth known, not by ~Himself, 237 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's birth should have been manifested 238 3, 36 | would seem that Christ's birth should not have been manifested ~ 239 3, 36 | spirits." But ~Christ's birth was in the flesh, and not 240 3, 36 | deliver them." But Christ's birth was ~not announced to the 241 3, 36 | those ~who think that man's birth is influenced by the stars. 242 3, 36 | not fitting that ~Christ's birth should be announced by a 243 3, 36 | certain sign of ~Christ's birth. Therefore Christ's birth 244 3, 36 | birth. Therefore Christ's birth was not suitably announced 245 3, 36 | And therefore Christ's birth was made known to the ~righteous, 246 3, 36 | material ~things, Christ's birth was made known by means 247 3, 36 | apparitions. ~And since this birth was not only earthly, but 248 3, 36 | without ~reason that Christ's birth was made known, by means 249 3, 36 | it was ~fitting that this birth should be made known by 250 3, 36 | which manifested Christ's birth removed all ~occasion of 251 3, 36 | fate at the ~time of his birth as to assert that one of 252 3, 36 | one of the stars, at the birth of any ~man, left its orbit 253 3, 36 | star which made known the birth of Christ. ~Consequently 254 3, 36 | connection between man's birth and the course of the stars, ~ 255 3, 36 | can be changed at a ~man's birth."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 256 3, 36 | from the hour of a man's birth: whereas the Magi did not ~ 257 3, 36 | not ~know the time of the birth, so as to conclude therefrom 258 3, 36 | the star was a sign of the birth of Christ: and he thinks 259 3, 36 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's birth was made known in a becoming 260 3, 36 | would seem that Christ's birth was made known in an unbecoming ~ 261 3, 36 | unbecoming ~order. For Christ's birth should have been made known 262 3, 36 | Israel." ~Therefore Christ's birth should have been made known 263 3, 36 | 25). Therefore Christ's birth should have been made known ~ 264 3, 36 | coming to Christ after His birth. It was therefore unbecoming ~ 265 3, 36 | Gentiles so long after His birth.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[36] A[ 266 3, 36 | manifestation of Christ's birth seems to ~have been arranged 267 3, 36 | I answer that, Christ's birth was first made known to 268 3, 36 | thirteenth day after His birth, on which day is kept the 269 3, 36 | the fortieth day after His birth, as related by Luke (2:22).~ 270 3, 36 | faith. For this reason the birth of ~Christ was made known 271 3, 36 | years that preceded the birth of Christ: and then, having ~ 272 3, 36 | thirteenth day ~after His birth. Wherefore Herod, immediately 273 3, 36 | which do not appear at the birth of kings, but rather are ~ 274 3, 36 | was a sign of the King's ~birth: wherefore the Magi said ( 275 3, 36 | indicated the ~virginal Birth, not by remaining aloft, 276 3, 36 | the Magi to proclaim the birth of a king.~Aquin.: SMT TP 277 3, 36 | them the place of ~Christ's birth, "are like the carpenters 278 3, 36 | in order that ~Christ's birth might be publicly proclaimed 279 3, 37 | was fulfilled in Christ's ~birth. Therefore circumcision 280 3, 37 | completely fulfilled in Christ's birth, but in His Passion, until 281 3, 37 | died unnamed soon after birth?" Therefore it was that ~ 282 3, 37 | was ~ineffable, and whose birth was incomprehensible, opened 283 3, 37 | in such a way that after birth the ~seal of chastity remained 284 3, 37 | earthly corruption, whose ~birth was wondrously immaculate" ( 285 3, 37 | for Him" just as in His ~birth He was "wrapped in swaddling 286 3, 38 | had preceded our Lord in birth, so he might also by ~baptizing 287 3, 44 | Hence it was that at His birth a new star appeared in the 288 3, 44 | proclaiming to the world the birth of our Lord." But in His ~ 289 3, 54 | doors not open, in whose Birth His Mother's virginity remained ~ 290 3, 61 | faith in Christ's past ~birth and Passion. Now the sacraments 291 3, 65 | found in those of recent birth; the ~Eucharist, against 292 3, 66 | he, "must understand the birth of the Spirit, as Nicodemus ~ 293 3, 66 | Nicodemus ~understood the birth of the flesh . . . . As 294 3, 68 | baptize children, that, as in birth ~they incurred damnation 295 3, 68 | through Adam so in a second birth they might ~obtain salvation 296 3, 68 | is somewhat ~like carnal birth, in this respect, that as 297 3, 68 | baptized again, if perfect ~birth should ensue. And seemingly 298 3, 68 | the child, when perfect birth has ~taken place, should 299 3, 68 | made. For some are so from birth, and have no lucid intervals, 300 3, 68 | though mad or imbecile from birth, have, ~nevertheless, lucid 301 3, 69 | been ~bespattered from its birth; but that it may not hurt 302 3, 69 | which they contracted in birth: so ~that to them also may 303 3, 70 | the promise of the future birth of Christ, when it was ~ 304 3, 72 | to ~man immediately after birth, is different from the action 305 3, 72 | to Baptism as growth to birth, as is evident from what 306 3, 72 | soul, to which spiritual birth and perfect spiritual ~age 307 3, 72 | age attain to ~spiritual birth, so can it attain to perfect ( 308 3, 72 | since it is a spiritual birth, that ~consists in change 309 3, 80 | and have remained so from ~birth; and in that case this sacrament 310 3, 81 | namely, subtlety in His birth, ~when He came forth from 311 3, 83 | the first is His eternal birth, ~which is hidden in our 312 3, 83 | time, and the spiritual birth, whereby Christ rises "as 313 3, 83 | Christ's temporal and bodily birth, according as He ~went forth 314 3, 83 | mention is made of His eternal birth. But ~regarding His birth 315 3, 83 | birth. But ~regarding His birth in the body, He was literally 316 3, 83 | on the day of our ~Lord's birth, unless necessity urges, 317 3, 84 | which is the ~spiritual birth, Confirmation which is the 318 3, 84 | were ill, and yet life, birth, growth, and food are, ~ 319 Suppl, 39| 5) Whether illegitimate birth is?~(6) Whether lack of 320 Suppl, 39| Whether those of illegitimate birth should be debarred from 321 Suppl, 39| who are of illegitimate birth should not ~be debarred 322 Suppl, 39| who are of illegitimate birth do not bear the iniquity ~ 323 Suppl, 41| seek food immediately after birth, or are ~sufficiently fed 324 Suppl, 46| they differ considerably in birth ~or fortune, or some other 325 Suppl, 54| spread abroad by a carnal ~birth but by a spiritual grace: 326 Suppl, 55| kind of connection,~While birth makes a new degree,~because, 327 Suppl, 55| in a grown child on the birth of a boy, is caused without ~ 328 Suppl, 55| descends through his own birth from ~the same stock as 329 Suppl, 56| bodily kinship is to bodily birth, so is spiritual ~kinship 330 Suppl, 56| spiritual ~kinship to spiritual birth. Now Baptism alone is called 331 Suppl, 56| alone is called spiritual birth. ~Therefore spiritual kinship 332 Suppl, 56| even as only ~by carnal birth is carnal kinship contracted.~ 333 Suppl, 56| begotten you." Now spiritual birth causes spiritual ~relationship. 334 Suppl, 56| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Carnal birth is twofold. The first is 335 Suppl, 56| without danger: ~and to this birth regeneration by Baptism 336 Suppl, 56| the ~Church. The second is birth from out of the womb, when 337 Suppl, 56| directed to their ~spiritual birth.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 338 Suppl, 56| for this is not a kind of ~birth, but a kind of healing. 339 Suppl, 56| receives the child after birth. Therefore neither ~is spiritual 340 Suppl, 56| account of the spiritual birth ~in which he co-operates.~ 341 Suppl, 56| common in the ~spiritual birth that is the cause of spiritual 342 Suppl, 56| that person's spiritual birth save accidentally, since 343 Suppl, 68| children of illegitimate birth. Under this head ~there 344 Suppl, 71| they believed Christ's birth and death would take place, 345 Suppl, 75| original sin, either at ~their birth within the womb or at least 346 Suppl, 75| womb or at least at their birth from the womb. ~Therefore 347 Suppl, 80| resurrection, even as in His birth [*Cf. ~TP, Q[28], A[2], 348 Suppl, 80| womb of the Virgin at His birth." Therefore ~there is no 349 Suppl, 80| The Blessed Virgin gave birth to her Son by a miracle. ~ 350 Suppl, 80| miracle. ~Now in this hallowed birth it was necessary for two


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