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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | whereby saving faith is begotten, nourished, protected and ~ 2 1, 26 | God has being, though not ~begotten; so He has beatitude, although 3 1, 27 | 2:7): "This day have I begotten Thee."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 4 1, 27 | kind, however, is called begotten; but, strictly speaking, 5 1, 27 | and so is ~properly called begotten, and Son. Hence Scripture 6 1, 27 | Therefore if the Word is begotten and born by way of ~likeness, 7 1, 27 | as love, would proceed as begotten; which is against the ~statement 8 1, 27 | the Son, ~not made, nor begotten, but proceeding."~Aquin.: 9 1, 27 | love, does not proceed as begotten, or ~as son, but proceeds 10 1, 27 | not follow that ~love is begotten, but that the one begotten 11 1, 27 | begotten, but that the one begotten is the principle of love.~ 12 1, 32 | not as meaning the ~Person begotten in God, but as meaning the 13 1, 32 | begets, nor that filiation is begotten. Therefore there do not 14 1, 32 | The Son can ~be known as begotten by another, and thus He 15 1, 33 | us metaphorically called begotten, or offspring; and ~consequently, 16 1, 33 | is ~not properly called begotten or son. But the divine Word 17 1, 33 | form of the Begetter and Begotten is numerically the same, 18 1, 33 | distinction exists of the ~Begotten from the Begetter as regards 19 1, 33 | hence He is called the only begotten (Jn. 1:18): "The ~only begotten 20 1, 33 | begotten (Jn. 1:18): "The ~only begotten Who is in the bosom of the 21 1, 33 | sense, then whatever is not begotten can ~be called unbegotten. 22 1, 33 | But the Holy Ghost is not begotten; neither is the ~divine 23 1, 33 | therefore ~unbegotten and begotten differ in substance. But 24 1, 33 | substance. But the Son, Who is ~begotten, does not differ from the 25 1, 33 | principle of the person begotten, ~so is He of the person 26 1, 33 | opposition to ~the person begotten, it is proper to the Father 27 1, 33 | from one - that is, ~the Begotten is from the Unbegotten - 28 1, 33 | signified by this word ~"begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[33] A[ 29 1, 33 | unbegotten," that ~is, He is not begotten. Otherwise "unbegotten" 30 1, 33 | the divine nature is not begotten, while some person of the 31 1, 33 | person of the same nature ~is begotten. In this sense the term " 32 1, 33 | it signifies what is not begotten, and in ~this sense it is 33 1, 33 | of quality. Hence, since "begotten" implies ~relation in God, " 34 1, 33 | distinguished from the ~Son begotten; but only by relation; that 35 1, 33 | of the Father that He is ~begotten, although He is the principle 36 1, 33 | proceeds from the person begotten.~ 37 1, 34 | vii, 1) that the Word is "begotten wisdom;" for it is nothing ~ 38 1, 34 | same way It can be called ~"begotten knowledge." Thus can also 39 1, 34 | Image; to show that He is begotten immaterially, He is called 40 1, 34 | 4). Now the Son is God begotten, and not ~God begetting; 41 1, 34 | belongs to Him to be God begotten, or the Creator begotten; 42 1, 34 | begotten, or the Creator begotten; and in this ~way the name 43 1, 36 | not made, nor created, nor begotten, but proceeding."~Aquin.: 44 1, 36 | who is through Thy Only Begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[36] A[ 45 1, 36 | Hence, the ~Son was not begotten before the Holy Ghost proceeded; 46 1, 37 | intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 47 1, 37 | is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. But as the Son is Wisdom 48 1, 37 | But as the Son is Wisdom begotten, so ~the Holy Ghost is the 49 1, 37 | Ghost is He ~whereby the Begotten is loved by the one begetting 50 1, 37 | Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." Others say that ~the proposition 51 1, 37 | and every creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word " 52 1, 37 | Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" adequately represents ~ 53 1, 38 | world, as to give His only begotten Son" (Jn. 3:16).~Aquin.: 54 1, 39 | then God ~the Father was begotten. If God who is not the Father, 55 1, 39 | proposition, for instance, "God begotten does not beget," is true. ~ 56 1, 39 | Father ~would be spoken of as begotten, which is false. Wherefore 57 1, 39 | instance, we can say "God is ~begotten" or is "Begetter," as above 58 1, 39 | accidentally; whereas ~God begotten has the same nature numerically 59 1, 39 | nature in the Son is not begotten either directly or accidentally.~ 60 1, 39 | is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten by Him, as though only the 61 1, 39 | not wise by the wisdom begotten by Him, but by the wisdom 62 1, 39 | is not wise by the wisdom begotten, as above ~explained (Q[ 63 1, 39 | of the Begettor and the Begotten, pours out ~upon us mere 64 1, 39 | to say, "The Son is ~the begotten 'Who is,'" inasmuch as " 65 1, 39 | Who is,'" inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." But taken ~ 66 1, 40 | begets and the latter is begotten. Further, that the relations, 67 1, 40 | this term "Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies the origin which 68 1, 40 | for if the Father had not begotten the Son, nothing would ~ 69 1, 40 | unbegotten." But if He had not begotten the Son, ~there would be 70 1, 41 | Father, and to the Son "to be begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 71 1, 41 | Therefore ~the Son was begotten of the Father by will.~Aquin.: 72 1, 41 | remain after the ~Son is begotten, or that the Father is the 73 1, 41 | the principle of the one ~begotten. Thus it follows that the 74 1, 41 | the person of the ~Wisdom begotten,"I came out of the mouth 75 1, 41 | Therefore the Son was not begotten from something, ~but from 76 1, 41 | answer that, The Son was not begotten from nothing, but from the ~ 77 1, 41 | nothing; nor is He ~made, but begotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 78 1, 41 | He is called the "only begotten," according ~to Jn. 1:18, " 79 1, 41 | to Jn. 1:18, "The only begotten Son, Who is in the bosom 80 1, 41 | He is called the "first begotten," according to ~Rm. 8:29: " 81 1, 41 | Therefore the Son of God is begotten of the substance of the ~ 82 1, 41 | the substance of the one ~begotten, whereas the divine nature 83 1, 41 | When we say the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, 84 1, 41 | he expounds, ~"the Son is begotten of the essence of the Father" - 85 1, 41 | we say that ~the Son is begotten 'of' the essence of the 86 1, 41 | When we say that the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, 87 1, 41 | to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for 88 1, 41 | wisdom as both created and ~begotten insinuates into our minds 89 1, 41 | called both created and begotten, in order that from the 90 1, 41 | which it acts; just as man begotten is like his begetter in 91 1, 41 | begetting in which the ~begotten is like the begetter.~Aquin.: 92 1, 41 | Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten and Begetter by a community 93 1, 41 | essence is distinct (from the ~Begotten): which would follow if 94 1, 41 | there may be several Persons begotten or spirated in ~God. For 95 1, 41 | word "generandi" [of being begotten] is taken as the gerundive ~ 96 1, 41 | is, the ~power of being begotten. The same is to be said 97 1, 42 | twelfth is ~birth, as a man is begotten of his father; which implies 98 1, 42 | Further, if the Son be begotten by the Father, either He 99 1, 42 | either He is ~always being begotten, or there is some moment 100 1, 42 | some moment in which He is begotten. ~If He is always being 101 1, 42 | If He is always being begotten, since, during the process 102 1, 42 | Hence the Son is ever being ~begotten, and the Father is always 103 1, 42 | the perfection of the only Begotten. Thus, therefore, neither 104 1, 42 | begets, and the Son ~is begotten. Hence it is clear that 105 1, 42 | by saying that He can be ~begotten.~ 106 1, 43 | The Son is sent as He is begotten." But the Son's ~generation 107 1, 43 | be sent because eternally begotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 108 1, 43 | the likeness of the only Begotten. The ~Transfiguration showed 109 1, 44 | similitude of species, as a man begotten is like to the ~man begetting, 110 1, 45 | nature being in the man begotten; and thus he presupposes ~ 111 1, 46 | Therefore one man was begotten of another in an infinite 112 1, 51 | if some are occasionally begotten ~from demons, it is not 113 1, 61 | 8:22), in the person of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed 114 1, 61 | say that the angels were begotten before all creation; as 115 1, 76 | And since knowledge is begotten according to the assimilation 116 1, 37 | intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 117 1, 37 | is not wise by the Wisdom begotten. But as the Son is Wisdom 118 1, 37 | But as the Son is Wisdom begotten, so ~the Holy Ghost is the 119 1, 37 | Ghost is He ~whereby the Begotten is loved by the one begetting 120 1, 37 | Father is wise by the Wisdom begotten." Others say that ~the proposition 121 1, 37 | and every creature by ~His begotten Word, inasmuch as the Word " 122 1, 37 | Word, inasmuch as the Word "begotten" adequately represents ~ 123 1, 38 | world, as to give His only begotten Son" (Jn. 3:16).~Aquin.: 124 1, 39 | then God ~the Father was begotten. If God who is not the Father, 125 1, 39 | proposition, for instance, "God begotten does not beget," is true. ~ 126 1, 39 | Father ~would be spoken of as begotten, which is false. Wherefore 127 1, 39 | instance, we can say "God is ~begotten" or is "Begetter," as above 128 1, 39 | accidentally; whereas ~God begotten has the same nature numerically 129 1, 39 | nature in the Son is not begotten either directly or accidentally.~ 130 1, 39 | is wise, ~not by Wisdom begotten by Him, as though only the 131 1, 39 | not wise by the wisdom begotten by Him, but by the wisdom 132 1, 39 | is not wise by the wisdom begotten, as above ~explained (Q[ 133 1, 39 | of the Begettor and the Begotten, pours out ~upon us mere 134 1, 39 | to say, "The Son is ~the begotten 'Who is,'" inasmuch as " 135 1, 39 | Who is,'" inasmuch as "God begotten is personal." But taken ~ 136 1, 40 | begets and the latter is begotten. Further, that the relations, 137 1, 40 | this term "Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies the origin which 138 1, 40 | for if the Father had not begotten the Son, nothing would ~ 139 1, 40 | unbegotten." But if He had not begotten the Son, ~there would be 140 1, 41 | Father, and to the Son "to be begotten."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 141 1, 41 | Therefore ~the Son was begotten of the Father by will.~Aquin.: 142 1, 41 | remain after the ~Son is begotten, or that the Father is the 143 1, 41 | the principle of the one ~begotten. Thus it follows that the 144 1, 41 | the person of the ~Wisdom begotten,"I came out of the mouth 145 1, 41 | Therefore the Son was not begotten from something, ~but from 146 1, 41 | answer that, The Son was not begotten from nothing, but from the ~ 147 1, 41 | nothing; nor is He ~made, but begotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 148 1, 41 | He is called the "only begotten," according ~to Jn. 1:18, " 149 1, 41 | to Jn. 1:18, "The only begotten Son, Who is in the bosom 150 1, 41 | He is called the "first begotten," according to ~Rm. 8:29: " 151 1, 41 | Therefore the Son of God is begotten of the substance of the ~ 152 1, 41 | the substance of the one ~begotten, whereas the divine nature 153 1, 41 | When we say the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, 154 1, 41 | he expounds, ~"the Son is begotten of the essence of the Father" - 155 1, 41 | we say that ~the Son is begotten 'of' the essence of the 156 1, 41 | When we say that the Son is begotten of the essence of the ~Father, 157 1, 41 | to speak of the Wisdom ~begotten and wisdom created, for 158 1, 41 | wisdom as both created and ~begotten insinuates into our minds 159 1, 41 | called both created and begotten, in order that from the 160 1, 41 | which it acts; just as man begotten is like his begetter in 161 1, 41 | begetting in which the ~begotten is like the begetter.~Aquin.: 162 1, 41 | Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten and Begetter by a community 163 1, 41 | essence is distinct (from the ~Begotten): which would follow if 164 1, 41 | there may be several Persons begotten or spirated in ~God. For 165 1, 41 | word "generandi" [of being begotten] is taken as the gerundive ~ 166 1, 41 | is, the ~power of being begotten. The same is to be said 167 1, 42 | twelfth is ~birth, as a man is begotten of his father; which implies 168 1, 42 | Further, if the Son be begotten by the Father, either He 169 1, 42 | either He is ~always being begotten, or there is some moment 170 1, 42 | some moment in which He is begotten. ~If He is always being 171 1, 42 | If He is always being begotten, since, during the process 172 1, 42 | Hence the Son is ever being ~begotten, and the Father is always 173 1, 42 | the perfection of the only Begotten. Thus, therefore, neither 174 1, 42 | begets, and the Son ~is begotten. Hence it is clear that 175 1, 42 | by saying that He can be ~begotten.~ 176 1, 43 | The Son is sent as He is begotten." But the Son's ~generation 177 1, 43 | be sent because eternally begotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[43] A[ 178 1, 43 | the likeness of the only Begotten. The ~Transfiguration showed 179 1, 45 | similitude of species, as a man begotten is like to the ~man begetting, 180 1, 46 | nature being in the man begotten; and thus he presupposes ~ 181 1, 47 | Therefore one man was begotten of another in an infinite 182 1, 52 | if some are occasionally begotten ~from demons, it is not 183 1, 62 | 8:22), in the person of begotten ~Wisdom: "The Lord possessed 184 1, 62 | say that the angels were begotten before all creation; as 185 1, 75 | And since knowledge is begotten according to the assimilation 186 1, 91 | whence man ~is naturally begotten is the human semen of man 187 1, 91 | verified when an individual is begotten, ~by natural generation, 188 1, 97 | that offspring could not be begotten ~without concupiscence. 189 1, 98 | children would have been begotten by generation. ~Therefore 190 1, 98 | both sexes would have been begotten.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[99] A[ 191 1, 98 | offspring would have been begotten to an animal life, ~as to 192 1, 99 | the first man would have begotten children ~sinless; but not 193 1, 99 | not sin, he would have begotten children endowed with righteousness ~ 194 1, 99 | parent, he would not have begotten ~"children of hell"; no 195 1, 99 | persevered. But he would have begotten ~children like himself. 196 1, 99 | sinned, he would not have begotten ~"children of hell" in the 197 1, 100 | knowledge. For Adam would have begotten children ~like himself. 198 1, 115 | under which each one is begotten or born" [*Cf. St. Augustine ~ 199 1, 115 | to the intellect, as the begotten is to ~that which is, as 200 1, 117 | remains after the animal is ~begotten, or it does not remain. 201 1, 117 | the sensitive soul of the begotten animal; which ~is impossible, 202 1, 117 | identity between begetter and ~begotten, maker and made: or it would 203 1, 117 | since sometimes offspring is begotten of illicit intercourse. ~ 204 1, 118 | begetter, that which is begotten." But that which is ~generated 205 1, 118 | from ~surplus food, the man begotten of such semen would be more 206 1, 118 | likeness of the begetter to the begotten is on account ~not of the 207 2, 31 | change, viz. of this being ~begotten: yet, because human being 208 2, 56 | reason, the good of reason is begotten in ~them.~Aquin.: SMT FS 209 2, 63 | the same species as a man begotten ~naturally; and the eye 210 2, 65 | the begetter precedes the begotten, and can be ~without it. 211 2, 71 | e.g. in Divine things, begotten and unbegotten are reduced 212 2, 81 | contracted by all those who are begotten of ~Adam by way of seminal 213 2, 81 | transmitted to all that are ~begotten of Him spiritually, by faith 214 2, 81 | 4]) that if anyone were begotten ~materially only, of human 215 2, 25 | not less you ~whom I have begotten in the Gospel, than if I 216 2, 25 | the Gospel, than if I had begotten you in ~wedlock, for nature 217 2, 25 | spiritual children whom he ~has begotten spiritually, more than for 218 2, 25 | and mother through being begotten of them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 219 2, 43 | His Son," Who is ~Wisdom Begotten. Hence by participating 220 2, 43 | natural Son, Who is the Begotten Wisdom.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 221 2, 152 | respect for those that have begotten them. There is ~not the 222 2, 165 | So great a pride is ~thus begotten, that one would think they 223 2, 166 | Offic. i, 29): "We are so begotten ~by nature that we appear 224 3, 3 | which remains eternally begotten of the Father" (i.e. which ~ 225 3, 3 | said to be sent and to be begotten by the ~temporal nativity, 226 3, 4 | human nature in any ~man begotten of the stock of Adam?~Aquin.: 227 3, 4 | Prov. 8:31) by the mouth of Begotten ~Wisdom: "My delights were 228 3, 6 | have. But in us the body is begotten before the rational ~soul 229 3, 19 | it is ~clear that to be begotten belongs to human nature, 230 3, 20 | anyone say that the ~Word begotten of God the Father is the 231 3, 23 | God, that the latter is "begotten not made"; ~whereas the 232 3, 23 | adopted son is said to be ~begotten, by reason of the spiritual 233 3, 23 | Of His own will hath He ~begotten us by the word of truth." 234 3, 23 | thus the knowledge which is begotten ~in the disciple's mind 235 3, 27 | transmitted to the children begotten ~of the flesh: because it 236 3, 28 | therefore other men are begotten of the mingling ~of male 237 3, 28 | it seems that Christ was begotten in the same manner; ~and 238 3, 28 | Consequently that Christ was not begotten of Joseph by fleshly union 239 3, 28 | brethren are those who are begotten of the same parent. Therefore 240 3, 29 | who would think Him to be ~begotten not of a virgin but of a 241 3, 29 | by which children are ~begotten; thus this marriage was 242 3, 30 | of ~that which was to be begotten of her?~(2) By whom should 243 3, 31 | s father of whom he was ~begotten; whilst the other gives 244 3, 31 | the son of Heli as though begotten by him, ~but because he 245 3, 35 | not compounded with things begotten, but bestows life that they 246 3, 35 | bestows life that they may be ~begotten. Without doubt, when this 247 3, 35 | supernatural, because He was ~begotten, not of seed, but of the 248 3, 36 | an innumerable progeny, begotten, not of carnal propagation, 249 3, 47 | My Son, this day have I begotten Thee." ~If, then, they knew 250 3, 59 | because the Son is Wisdom begotten, and Truth proceeding from 251 3, 60 | Almighty, and of the only Begotten Son, and of the Holy ~Ghost, 252 3, 65 | spiritual." But ~man is begotten through Matrimony by a first 253 3, 66 | of "Word," "Image," and "Begotten"; and the Holy Ghost by 254 3, 66 | God." Now one ~man can be begotten but once. Wherefore Baptism 255 3, 68 | once the child has been ~begotten by the will of others, he 256 3, 69 | Jesus by ~the Gospel I have begotten you."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] 257 3, 83 | My Son, this day have I begotten Thee." The second is His 258 Suppl, 6 | the natural law is not begotten of opinion, but a product 259 Suppl, 55| because, to wit, the person begotten is in the same kind of relationship, ~ 260 Suppl, 55| movement of his wherein he was begotten; wherefore at the time it 261 Suppl, 55| not by (the con) ~being begotten now, but by his having been 262 Suppl, 55| but by his having been begotten. Now aptitude for ~movement 263 Suppl, 55| of species, ~as a man is begotten of a man: in another way 264 Suppl, 55| remains: thus if one man be begotten of another by an act of 265 Suppl, 55| also another man will be begotten, and so ~on. But the second 266 Suppl, 56| Jesus ~by the gospel I have begotten you." Now spiritual birth 267 Suppl, 56| whose womb the child is begotten. So too the godparent who ~ 268 Suppl, 56| to son, ~since the person begotten involves a change of degree, 269 Suppl, 57| procreation whereby a child is begotten naturally. ~Therefore whoever 270 Suppl, 57| supply the lack of children begotten naturally. Now ~one who 271 Suppl, 57| child without being carnally begotten, it would ~make no difference 272 Suppl, 57| father like one that is begotten naturally human laws forbid ~ 273 Suppl, 57| adopted ~son and the naturally begotten daughter of the adopted; 274 Suppl, 57| child and the naturally begotten child; ~the third is like 275 Suppl, 64| cohabitation. And though the child ~begotten of them be diseased, it 276 Suppl, 68| because he was legitimately ~begotten.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[68] A[ 277 Suppl, 72| happening to the people begotten of ~them, how can the dead 278 Suppl, 72| origin: ~wherefore animals begotten of putrefaction are never 279 Suppl, 72| the same species ~as those begotten of seed, as the Commentator 280 Suppl, 72| origin is for him to be begotten of a like in ~species: and 281 Suppl, 73| of the whiteness of the begotten, because the principles 282 Suppl, 73| causing whiteness ~in the begotten. In this way the resurrection 283 Suppl, 73| begetting men. Now when men are begotten, the soul is not infused 284 Suppl, 76| being infused into the body ~begotten of natural generation, as 285 Suppl, 76| and so ~on until a man is begotten, not the selfsame man, but 286 Suppl, 76| because the body of the man begotten is not composed of the whole 287 Suppl, 76| the rising man with the begotten ~man is not hindered for 288 Suppl, 77| human nature in the child begotten of that seed. And thus, 289 Suppl, 77| seed ~whereof the child is begotten to be detached therefrom 290 Suppl, 77| humor, that ~namely which is begotten of the seed of which the 291 Suppl, 77| another individual ~who is begotten of the seed of the former. 292 Suppl, 77| it be called radical when begotten ~of the seed, and nutrimental 293 Suppl, 77| again in this man who was ~begotten of this seed; because this 294 Suppl, 77| the begetter, but in the begotten.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 295 Suppl, 77| seed whereof the ~child is begotten. But according to the other 296 Suppl, 77| and that some one were begotten of the surplus ~thereof, 297 Suppl, 77| indeed rise again ~in the one begotten of that seed; unless it


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