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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | OBJ 3: Corporeal parts are attributed to God in Scripture on ~ 2 1, 3 | is to see; hence the eye attributed to God ~signifies His power 3 1, 3 | to posture, also, is only attributed to ~God by some sort of 4 1, 3 | composite. ~But these are attributed to God in Scripture: "The 5 1, 3 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: A soul is attributed to God because His acts 6 1, 3 | Anger and the like are attributed to God on account of a ~ 7 1, 3 | whatever is best must be attributed to God. But with us ~that 8 1, 6 | order of things. For good is attributed to God, as was ~said in 9 1, 7 | principle; consequently they ~attributed to the first principle a 10 1, 7 | therefore infinite as attributed to matter, has the nature 11 1, 7 | kind of infinite cannot be attributed to God; as was said ~above, 12 1, 13 | It seems that the things attributed to God and creatures are ~ 13 1, 14 | any created perfection is attributed to God, it must be separated 14 1, 14 | knower, something can be attributed to the thing known, in ~ 15 1, 14 | be known), which is not attributed to it in so ~far as it stands 16 1, 14 | thus material existence is ~attributed to a stone in itself, which 17 1, 14 | in itself, which is not attributed to it inasmuch ~as it is 18 1, 14 | thus these relations are attributed to God variously, ~according 19 1, 14 | the more excellent must be attributed to ~God. But speculative 20 1, 17 | never false." ~Falsity is attributed to the imagination, as it 21 1, 18 | Whether life is properly attributed to God?~(4) Whether all 22 1, 18 | less ~perfect. Yet life is attributed to them, for we speak of " 23 1, 18 | Whether life is properly attributed to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 24 1, 18 | that life is not properly attributed to God. For things ~are 25 1, 18 | Therefore life cannot be attributed to Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 18 | Therefore life cannot be attributed to incorporeal things.~Aquin.: 27 1, 19 | word anger, when anger is ~attributed to God. In the same way, 28 1, 19 | anger, ~that anger is never attributed to God properly, since in 29 1, 19 | passion; whereas will is attributed to Him properly. ~Therefore 30 1, 19 | proper sense, and ~will as attributed to Him by metaphor. Will 31 1, 19 | Accordingly expression is not attributed to knowledge, but to ~will.~ 32 1, 20 | sorrow and anger are not attributed to God, ~unless by metaphor. 33 1, 20 | Therefore neither is love attributed to Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 34 1, 20 | therefore none of these can be attributed to God on ~their material 35 1, 20 | side imply imperfection be attributed to Him; except ~metaphorically, 36 1, 21 | Therefore ~justice cannot be attributed to Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 37 1, 21 | only ~metaphorically be attributed to God; since, as stated 38 1, 21 | 1/1~Whether mercy can be attributed to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 39 1, 21 | seems that mercy cannot be attributed to God. For mercy is a ~ 40 1, 21 | Mercy is especially to be attributed to God, as seen in ~its 41 1, 21 | For ~some works of God are attributed to mercy, as the justification 42 1, 21 | OBJ 1: Certain works are attributed to justice, and certain 43 1, 22 | providence can suitably be attributed to God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 44 1, 22 | providence may suitably be attributed to God. For in God ~Himself 45 1, 22 | notion of dignity, must be attributed to ~God. But it belongs 46 1, 22 | generated and corrupted, he attributed to the divinities ~who circulate 47 1, 23 | predestination is suitably attributed to God?~(2) What is predestination, 48 1, 23 | nature it ~implies, can be attributed to a thing which does not 49 1, 25 | wisdom as directing; what is attributed ~to His power considered 50 1, 25 | 3]). What is, however, ~attributed to the divine power, according 51 1, 27 | knowledge and will are attributed to God, so is power. Therefore, 52 1, 28 | in it. So when "man" is ~attributed to anyone, a rational nature 53 1, 28 | rational nature is likewise attributed to him. ~The idea of relation, 54 1, 29 | person" ought not to be attributed to God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 55 1, 29 | that is perfect must be attributed to God, forasmuch as ~His 56 1, 32 | Whether notions are to be attributed to the divine persons?~( 57 1, 33 | sense, ~"unbegotten" is not attributed to the Father as a privation, 58 1, 33 | privation, but it may ~be so attributed in the second sense, meaning 59 1, 34 | the Son. Three names are attributed to ~the Son - namely, "Son," " 60 1, 34 | different names, which are attributed to the Son to express ~His 61 1, 36 | loved. ~Further, holiness is attributed to whatever is ordered to 62 1, 39 | because this predicate is attributed to the subject ~by reason 63 1, 39 | from each other, cannot be attributed to the essence. For ~that 64 1, 39 | Augustine, to the Father is attributed ~"power," to the Son "wisdom," 65 1, 39 | species," and "use" are attributed or appropriated to ~the 66 1, 40 | follows that whatever is attributed to God, is His essence Itself; 67 1, 40 | identity, whereby whatever is attributed to God is His ~own essence. 68 1, 40 | active, as ~generation is attributed to the Father, and spiration, 69 1, 40 | for the ~notional act, is attributed to the Father and the Son; 70 1, 40 | passive, as ~nativity is attributed to the Son, and procession 71 1, 41 | notional acts are to be attributed to the persons?~(2) Whether 72 1, 41 | notional acts are to be attributed to the persons?~Aquin.: 73 1, 41 | notional acts are not to be attributed to ~the persons. For Boethius 74 1, 41 | Therefore any action attributed to God belongs to His essence, 75 1, 41 | notional acts are not to be attributed to the persons.~Aquin.: 76 1, 41 | those actions which are ~attributed to God to designate the 77 1, 41 | action in that sense is not attributed to God. ~Whence, passions 78 1, 41 | God. ~Whence, passions are attributed to Him only from a grammatical ~ 79 1, 43 | considered as such, are attributed ~to the Holy Ghost, forasmuch 80 1, 44 | Such transmutations they attributed to certain universal causes, ~ 81 1, 45 | taken in a passive sense is attributed to the creature, so ~creation 82 1, 45 | taken in an active sense is attributed to the Creator. But ~creation 83 1, 45 | whatever difference is ~attributed to the divine Persons belongs 84 1, 45 | creatures ~is diversely attributed to the divine Persons; for 85 1, 45 | Creed, to the ~Father is attributed that "He is the Creator 86 1, 45 | invisible"; to the Son is attributed that by Him "all things 87 1, 45 | and to the Holy Ghost is attributed that He is "Lord and Life-giver." ~ 88 1, 45 | causation ought not to be attributed to one Person more than 89 1, 45 | Hence to be the Creator is ~attributed to the Father as to Him 90 1, 45 | same power from both, is attributed that by His sway He governs, 91 1, 45 | creation, and therefore it is attributed to Him to be the ~Creator. 92 1, 47 | to many ~causes. For some attributed the distinction to matter, 93 1, 47 | admitted no cause but matter, attributed it to matter ~alone; and 94 1, 47 | matter. Anaxagoras, however, attributed the ~distinction and multitude 95 1, 47 | Body Para. 3/6~Others have attributed the distinction of things 96 1, 49 | The sinking of a ship is attributed to the sailor as the ~cause, 97 1, 54 | sentence." Experience can be attributed to ~the angels according 98 1, 54 | perverted phantasy' is ~attributed to demons, since they have 99 1, 58 | knowledge of all that can be attributed to, or removed from, the 100 1, 58 | understood that one of them ~is attributed to, or denied of, another. 101 1, 58 | whatever can be ~either attributed to it, or denied of it. 102 1, 59 | Scriptures these things are attributed both to the good and to 103 1, 59 | demons, as anger is sometimes attributed to God; - on account of 104 1, 59 | Fortitude is likewise attributed to them, in so far as they 105 1, 63 | Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed to ~demons; since they are 106 1, 63 | and Principalities are attributed to them; because ~these 107 1, 67 | might in the same way be attributed to heat. For because movement ~ 108 1, 70 | the only ~ones left to be attributed to the heavenly bodies are 109 1, 70 | we have seen, cannot ~be attributed to the heavenly bodies. 110 1, 73 | Divine works ought not to be ~attributed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 111 1, 73 | completion of the ~works is attributed to the seventh day, though 112 1, 74 | something ~distinct is attributed to the seventh - namely, 113 1, 74 | natural order of the works attributed to the days.~Aquin.: SMT 114 1, 74 | these things are ~throughout attributed to God. But according to 115 1, 75 | parts is through each part ~attributed to the whole. For we say 116 1, 75 | the operations which are attributed to man would belong to the ~ 117 1, 76 | which the act is to be ~attributed: for instance, that whereby 118 1, 76 | understands. Now an action may be attributed to anyone in ~three ways, 119 1, 76 | clear that this is ~not attributed to him accidentally; since 120 1, 76 | action of seeing is ~not attributed to the wall: for we do not 121 1, 76 | of the intellect could be attributed to the whole. This ~is, 122 1, 76 | understanding cannot be attributed to Socrates for the reason 123 1, 76 | action of a motor is never ~attributed to the thing moved, except 124 1, 76 | Therefore if understanding is attributed to ~Socrates, as the action 125 1, 76 | it follows that it is ~attributed to him as to an instrument. 126 1, 76 | the ~action of a part be attributed to the whole, as the action 127 1, 76 | the action of the eye is ~attributed to a man; yet it is never 128 1, 76 | to a man; yet it is never attributed to another part, except ~ 129 1, 76 | the intellect cannot be attributed to Socrates. If, ~however, 130 1, 76 | quantitative ~totality cannot be attributed to the soul, either essentially 131 1, 77 | the powers of the soul are attributed ~to the body by reason of 132 1, 39 | because this predicate is attributed to the subject ~by reason 133 1, 39 | from each other, cannot be attributed to the essence. For ~that 134 1, 39 | Augustine, to the Father is attributed ~"power," to the Son "wisdom," 135 1, 39 | species," and "use" are attributed or appropriated to ~the 136 1, 40 | follows that whatever is attributed to God, is His essence Itself; 137 1, 40 | identity, whereby whatever is attributed to God is His ~own essence. 138 1, 40 | active, as ~generation is attributed to the Father, and spiration, 139 1, 40 | for the ~notional act, is attributed to the Father and the Son; 140 1, 40 | passive, as ~nativity is attributed to the Son, and procession 141 1, 41 | notional acts are to be attributed to the persons?~(2) Whether 142 1, 41 | notional acts are to be attributed to the persons?~Aquin.: 143 1, 41 | notional acts are not to be attributed to ~the persons. For Boethius 144 1, 41 | Therefore any action attributed to God belongs to His essence, 145 1, 41 | notional acts are not to be attributed to the persons.~Aquin.: 146 1, 41 | those actions which are attributed to God to designate the 147 1, 41 | action in that sense is not attributed to God. ~Whence, passions 148 1, 41 | God. ~Whence, passions are attributed to Him only from a grammatical ~ 149 1, 43 | considered as such, are attributed ~to the Holy Ghost, forasmuch 150 1, 45 | Such transmutations they attributed to certain universal causes, ~ 151 1, 46 | taken in a passive sense is attributed to the creature, so ~creation 152 1, 46 | taken in an active sense is attributed to the Creator. But ~creation 153 1, 46 | whatever difference is ~attributed to the divine Persons belongs 154 1, 46 | creatures ~is diversely attributed to the divine Persons; for 155 1, 46 | Creed, to the ~Father is attributed that "He is the Creator 156 1, 46 | invisible"; to the Son is attributed that by Him "all things 157 1, 46 | and to the Holy Ghost is attributed that He is "Lord and Life-giver." ~ 158 1, 46 | causation ought not to be attributed to one Person more than 159 1, 46 | Hence to be the Creator is ~attributed to the Father as to Him 160 1, 46 | same power from both, is attributed that by His sway He governs, 161 1, 46 | creation, and therefore it is attributed to Him to be the ~Creator. 162 1, 48 | to many ~causes. For some attributed the distinction to matter, 163 1, 48 | admitted no cause but matter, attributed it to matter ~alone; and 164 1, 48 | matter. Anaxagoras, however, attributed the ~distinction and multitude 165 1, 48 | Body Para. 3/6~Others have attributed the distinction of things 166 1, 50 | The sinking of a ship is attributed to the sailor as the ~cause, 167 1, 55 | sentence." Experience can be attributed to ~the angels according 168 1, 55 | perverted phantasy' is ~attributed to demons, since they have 169 1, 59 | knowledge of all that can be attributed to, or removed from, the 170 1, 59 | understood that one of them ~is attributed to, or denied of, another. 171 1, 59 | whatever can be ~either attributed to it, or denied of it. 172 1, 60 | Scriptures these things are attributed both to the good and to 173 1, 60 | demons, as anger is sometimes attributed to God; - on account of 174 1, 60 | Fortitude is likewise attributed to them, in so far as they 175 1, 64 | Seraphim and Thrones, are not attributed to ~demons; since they are 176 1, 64 | and Principalities are attributed to them; because ~these 177 1, 68 | might in the same way be attributed to heat. For because movement ~ 178 1, 71 | the only ~ones left to be attributed to the heavenly bodies are 179 1, 71 | we have seen, cannot ~be attributed to the heavenly bodies. 180 1, 72 | Divine works ought not to be ~attributed to the seventh day.~Aquin.: 181 1, 72 | completion of the ~works is attributed to the seventh day, though 182 1, 73 | something ~distinct is attributed to the seventh - namely, 183 1, 73 | natural order of the works attributed to the days.~Aquin.: SMT 184 1, 73 | these things are ~throughout attributed to God. But according to 185 1, 74 | parts is through each part ~attributed to the whole. For we say 186 1, 74 | the operations which are attributed to man would belong to the ~ 187 1, 75 | which the act is to be ~attributed: for instance, that whereby 188 1, 75 | understands. Now an action may be attributed to anyone in ~three ways, 189 1, 75 | clear that this is ~not attributed to him accidentally; since 190 1, 75 | action of seeing is ~not attributed to the wall: for we do not 191 1, 75 | of the intellect could be attributed to the whole. This ~is, 192 1, 75 | understanding cannot be attributed to Socrates for the reason 193 1, 75 | action of a motor is never ~attributed to the thing moved, except 194 1, 75 | Therefore if understanding is attributed to ~Socrates, as the action 195 1, 75 | it follows that it is ~attributed to him as to an instrument. 196 1, 75 | the ~action of a part be attributed to the whole, as the action 197 1, 75 | the action of the eye is ~attributed to a man; yet it is never 198 1, 75 | to a man; yet it is never attributed to another part, except ~ 199 1, 75 | the intellect cannot be attributed to Socrates. If, ~however, 200 1, 75 | quantitative ~totality cannot be attributed to the soul, either essentially 201 1, 76 | the powers of the soul are attributed ~to the body by reason of 202 1, 78 | various habits: for wisdom is attributed to the higher reason, science 203 1, 78 | act separate from others ~attributed to the intellect. For Damascene 204 1, 78 | no one errs; and they are attributed to ~reason as to a power, 205 1, 78 | common way of speaking are attributed to conscience. For conscience, ~ 206 1, 78 | from those things which are attributed to ~conscience. For conscience 207 1, 81 | this sense, too, they are attributed to the angels and to God. 208 1, 101| Therefore that ~this might be attributed to God, and not to human 209 1, 102| so ~everything must be attributed to God in its highest degree 210 1, 104| 3: Further, movement is attributed to the mover rather than 211 1, 104| operations of nature are attributed to God ~as operating in 212 1, 107| than that to which it is attributed, but is ~possessed thereby 213 1, 107| all the names which are attributed to God: by participation, ~ 214 1, 107| Nom. xii): "Dominion is attributed ~to God in a special manner, 215 1, 110| But good ~thoughts are attributed to a higher principle, namely, 216 1, 111| the higher body should be ~attributed to that nature which occupies 217 1, 112| the guardianship of men is attributed ~to the angels; who belong 218 2, 6 | that voluntary action is attributed to ~irrational animals, 219 2, 29 | cognizant by the ~sight, is attributed to color, not as being this 220 2, 33 | the ~same thing from being attributed to different things according 221 2, 55 | therefore human virtue, which is attributed ~to reason, is said to be " 222 2, 61 | function of ~one is not attributed to another. But the function 223 2, 61 | function of temperance is ~attributed to fortitude: for Ambrose 224 2, 61 | covenant. Such as the virtues attributed to the Blessed, ~or, in 225 2, 69 | the other rewards to be ~attributed to it in consequence. Or 226 2, 72 | kinds of causes, they are attributed ~to various things in various 227 2, 79 | commandment of God, is not ~attributed to God as being its cause.~ 228 2, 110| participated. ~Now good is not attributed to grace in this manner, 229 2, 111| operation of an effect is not attributed to the ~thing moved but 230 2, 111| mover, the ~operation is attributed to God, and it is with reference 231 2, 111| the operation is not only attributed to God, but also ~to the 232 2, 111| operation of this act is attributed to the ~will. And because 233 2, 114| voluntariness, merit is chiefly attributed to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 234 3, 2 | the hypostasis alone are ~attributed the operations and the natural 235 3, 3 | of the things which are attributed to God in the abstract is ~ 236 3, 3 | own Person could not be attributed to the ~Person of the Son 237 3, 3 | the remission of sins is attributed to ~the Holy Ghost according 238 3, 4 | in all things ought to be attributed to ~God. But in every genus 239 3, 4 | common nature can only be attributed common and ~universal operations, 240 3, 4 | specific community, such as is attributed to the nature ~separated 241 3, 5 | whatever is best is to be attributed to God. But of all ~bodies 242 3, 6 | means of grace, which is ~attributed to the Holy Spirit, according 243 3, 7 | godlike habit" which is attributed ~to godlike men. But this 244 3, 7 | The fulness of grace is attributed to the soul of Christ ~according 245 3, 7 | to be full of ~grace is attributed to some others; for it was 246 3, 7 | The fulness of grace is ~attributed to Christ inasmuch as He 247 3, 9 | man, the things of God are attributed to man, and the things of 248 3, 9 | and the things of man are ~attributed to God, as was said above ( 249 3, 9 | But infused knowledge is attributed to the soul, on account 250 3, 13 | an action is not properly attributed to the instrument, but to ~ 251 3, 13 | agent, this omnipotence is attributed to the Word of God ~rather 252 3, 15 | work, for operations are attributed to ~the principal agent. 253 3, 15 | pertains to justice, is not attributed to anger but to reason.~ 254 3, 16 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Idolaters attributed the name of the Deity to 255 3, 16 | pertaining to defect were attributed to God ~in His Divine Nature, 256 3, 16 | done to God if ~they are attributed to Him in His assumed nature. 257 3, 16 | to which the ~making is attributed. Hence "Man was made God" 258 3, 16 | the ~being made is not attributed to the human nature but 259 3, 18 | choice, "cannot possibly ~be attributed to our Lord, if we wish 260 3, 19 | perfection and greatness must be attributed to Christ, ~consequently 261 3, 20 | The second subjection is ~attributed to Christ, inasmuch as all 262 3, 20 | master. Now to act is not attributed to the nature as ~agent, 263 3, 20 | Nevertheless ~action is attributed to the nature as to that 264 3, 20 | be master or servant ~is attributed to a person or hypostasis 265 3, 20 | human nature is rather to be attributed to Him ~with a qualification; 266 3, 20 | servant or less is to be attributed ~to Him with the qualification, 267 3, 23 | light of grace which is ~attributed to the Holy Ghost. Therefore 268 3, 23 | God seems to be properly attributed by the Scriptures to ~the 269 3, 24 | alone can predestination be ~attributed to Christ. Wherefore Augustine 270 3, 32 | Christ's conception should be attributed to ~the Holy Ghost?~Aquin.: 271 3, 32 | conception ~should not be attributed to the Holy Ghost, because. 272 3, 32 | seems that it ~should not be attributed to the Holy Ghost any more 273 3, 32 | of the Son is especially attributed to the Father, as ~stated 274 3, 32 | made of a woman," should be attributed principally to ~the Father.~ 275 3, 32 | Christ's conception should be attributed ~principally to the Son, 276 3, 32 | body: nevertheless, this is attributed to the Holy Ghost, for three ~ 277 3, 32 | through grace alone; which is attributed to the ~Holy Ghost, according 278 3, 32 | Now, both of these are ~attributed to the Holy Ghost. For by 279 3, 32 | Trinity; yet in some way it is attributed to each of the Persons. 280 3, 32 | Persons. For to ~the Father is attributed authority in regard to the 281 3, 32 | itself ~(of human nature) is attributed to the Son: but the formation 282 3, 32 | body ~taken by the Son is attributed to the Holy Ghost. For the 283 3, 32 | consideration of them, mission is attributed to the Father, but the ~ 284 3, 32 | assumption of flesh is attributed to the Son.~Aquin.: SMT 285 3, 32 | that, Conception is not attributed to Christ's body alone, 286 3, 33 | conception could not ~be attributed to the Son of God, since 287 3, 33 | of God, since it is not attributed to Him except ~by reason 288 3, 33 | For the conception to be attributed to the very Son of ~God, 289 3, 33 | Christ's conception is attributed to the Blessed Virgin, who 290 3, 33 | OBJ 2: The conception is attributed to the Blessed Virgin, not 291 3, 35 | eternal, birth should be attributed to ~Christ?~(3) Whether 292 3, 35 | answer that, Nativity can be attributed to someone in two ways: 293 3, 35 | him that is born it ~is attributed as to its subject: and this, 294 3, 35 | Consequently, nativity is attributed to the person or hypostasis 295 3, 35 | to the nature nativity is attributed as to its terminus. For 296 3, 35 | temporal nativity should be attributed to Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 297 3, 35 | temporal nativity is not to be attributed to ~Christ. For "to be born 298 3, 35 | the human nature can be attributed ~to that Person: both when 299 3, 35 | conception and birth are attributed to the person and hypostasis 300 3, 35 | benefits would have been attributed to the ~latter's power. 301 3, 46 | Christ's Passion is to be attributed to the Godhead?~Aquin.: 302 3, 46 | reason ~of the essence, is attributed to the higher part of the 303 3, 46 | of the soul, fruition is ~attributed to the essence. But if we 304 3, 46 | Christ's Passion is to be attributed to His Godhead?~Aquin.: 305 3, 46 | Christ's Passion is to be attributed to His ~Godhead; for it 306 3, 46 | Therefore Christ's Passion is attributed ~to Him in respect of His 307 3, 46 | if the Passion were not attributed to the Godhead. ~Therefore 308 3, 46 | Christ's Passion should be so attributed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 309 3, 46 | the Passion is to be attributed ~to the suppositum of the 310 3, 51 | dead body of Christ ~is attributed to God by reason of the 311 3, 57 | unbecoming if some movement be attributed to it.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 312 3, 57 | Nevertheless a twofold ~descent is attributed to Christ; one, whereby 313 3, 57 | descended from heaven, which is attributed to the God-Man according 314 3, 57 | Although a place is differently attributed to corporeal and ~spiritual 315 3, 57 | things to which a place is ~attributed: and in this way it is due 316 3, 58 | of ~appropriation it is attributed to the Son, to whom equality 317 3, 59 | judiciary power is to be attributed to Christ?~(2) Whether it 318 3, 59 | power is to be specially attributed to Christ?~Aquin.: SMT TP 319 3, 59 | is not to be specially ~attributed to Christ. For judgment 320 3, 59 | judiciary power ought not to be attributed specially ~to Christ.~Aquin.: 321 3, 59 | power ought rather to be attributed to the Father than to Christ.~ 322 3, 59 | judiciary power ought to be attributed to the Holy Ghost rather ~ 323 3, 59 | judiciary power is properly ~attributed to the Son of God. Accordingly 324 3, 59 | appropriation such ~power is attributed to the Son, as stated above.~ 325 3, 59 | De Trin. vi), eternity is attributed to ~the Father, because 326 3, 59 | judiciary authority is attributed to the Father, ~inasmuch 327 3, 59 | very rule of judgment ~is attributed to the Son who is the art 328 3, 59 | Consequently, then, judgment is ~attributed to the Holy Ghost, not as 329 3, 59 | xxxi) that judgment is attributed ~to the Son inasmuch as 330 3, 63 | sacramental character should be ~attributed to the Holy Ghost rather 331 3, 63 | character should not be attributed specially to Christ.~Aquin.: 332 3, 63 | 17). But charity is not attributed to Christ, ~but rather to 333 3, 63 | character should not be attributed to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 334 3, 63 | character should properly be ~attributed to Christ.~Aquin.: SMT TP 335 3, 63 | by grace. Now grace is ~attributed to the Holy Ghost, inasmuch 336 3, 63 | Consequently, something can be attributed to a character in two ways. ~ 337 3, 63 | ordained to action, should be attributed to a power.~Aquin.: SMT 338 3, 64 | Cleansing in so far as it is attributed to the ministers of ~the 339 3, 66 | 2~Reply OBJ 1: Action is attributed to an instrument as to the 340 3, 66 | thee"; indeed, our Lord attributed to the ministers the ~act 341 3, 73 | to all the sacraments is attributed ~antonomastically to this 342 3, 77 | a thing which ~cannot be attributed to the sacramental species. 343 3, 81 | He ~is in Himself, can be attributed to Him both in His proper 344 3, 81 | to outward bodies, can be attributed to Him as He exists in His ~ 345 3, 83 | Anima iii), all works are ~attributed to the hands: hence it is


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