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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 8 | did not allow that divine providence extended to ~these inferior 2 1, 8 | things are subject to God's ~providence, still all things are not 3 1, 13 | imposed from His ~universal providence over all things; since all 4 1, 13 | to name God as exercising providence over all; hence Dionysius 5 1, 13 | watches over all with perfect providence and ~goodness." But taken 6 1, 13 | Damascene says refers to providence; which is the ~source of 7 1, 15 | preserved. However, divine providence extends not ~merely to species; 8 1, 20 | works for that good by his providence even as he works for his 9 1, 20 | placed outside Himself by His providence ~for all existing things."~ 10 1, 20 | all" (Wis. 6:8). But God's providence over things ~comes from 11 1, 22 | 22] Out. Para. 1/1 - THE PROVIDENCE OF GOD (FOUR ARTICLES)~Having 12 1, 22 | intellect and the ~will, namely providence, in respect to all created 13 1, 22 | consideration of ~prudence, to which providence would seem to belong. Concerning 14 1, 22 | belong. Concerning God's ~providence there are four points of 15 1, 22 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether providence is suitably assigned to 16 1, 22 | everything comes under divine providence?~(3) Whether divine providence 17 1, 22 | providence?~(3) Whether divine providence is immediately concerned 18 1, 22 | things?~(4) Whether divine providence imposes any necessity upon 19 1, 22 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether providence can suitably be attributed 20 1, 22 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that providence is not becoming to God. 21 1, 22 | not becoming to God. For providence, ~according to Tully (De 22 1, 22 | take counsel. Therefore providence cannot belong to God.~Aquin.: 23 1, 22 | in God, is eternal. But providence is not ~anything eternal, 24 1, 22 | Therefore there ~is no providence in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 25 1, 22 | nothing composite in God. But providence seems ~to be something composite, 26 1, 22 | and the ~will. Therefore providence is not in God.~Aquin.: SMT 27 1, 22 | governest ~all things by providence [*Vulg. But 'Thy providence, 28 1, 22 | providence [*Vulg. But 'Thy providence, O Father, governeth ~it.']."~ 29 1, 22 | is necessary to attribute providence to God. For all ~the good 30 1, 22 | end is, properly speaking, providence. For it is the chief ~part 31 1, 22 | In this way ~prudence or providence may suitably be attributed 32 1, 22 | therefore in God ~called providence. Whence Boethius says (De 33 1, 22 | De Consol. iv, 6) that ~"Providence is the divine type itself, 34 1, 22 | manner both ~prudence and providence belong to God. Although 35 1, 22 | things pertain to the care of providence - namely, the ~"reason of 36 1, 22 | order," which is called providence and disposition; and the ~ 37 1, 22 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Providence resides in the intellect; 38 1, 22 | Philosopher says. Even if Providence has to do with the ~divine 39 1, 22 | everything is subject to the providence of God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 40 1, 22 | is not subject to divine providence. For ~nothing foreseen can 41 1, 22 | necessity does not require ~providence or prudence. Hence, according 42 1, 22 | everything cannot be subject to providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 43 1, 22 | cannot be subject to the ~providence of a governor. But men are 44 1, 22 | cannot be subject to ~divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 45 1, 22 | under the care of ~divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 46 1, 22 | denied the existence of ~providence, as Democritus and the Epicureans, 47 1, 22 | things only were ~subject to providence and corruptible things not 48 1, 22 | things are subject to divine providence, ~not only in general, but 49 1, 22 | Since, therefore, as the providence ~of God is nothing less 50 1, 22 | likewise be subject to divine ~providence. It has also been shown ( 51 1, 22 | particular ~thing, and one whose providence is universal, because a 52 1, 22 | being, it ~belongs to His providence to permit certain defects 53 1, 22 | from the care of divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[22] A[ 54 1, 22 | his own use. Hence human providence does ~not reach to that 55 1, 22 | from necessity; but divine ~providence extends thus far, since 56 1, 22 | from the care of divine providence, attributing it rather to ~ 57 1, 22 | man is exempt from divine providence; but merely that he has ~ 58 1, 22 | must be subject to divine providence. For human providence ~is 59 1, 22 | divine providence. For human providence ~is included under the providence 60 1, 22 | providence ~is included under the providence of God, as a particular 61 1, 22 | God, however, extends His providence over the just in a ~certain 62 1, 22 | altogether withdraws His providence ~from them; otherwise they 63 1, 22 | preserved in existence by His providence. This was the reason that 64 1, 22 | from the care of divine providence human ~affairs concerning 65 1, 22 | it is subject ~to divine providence in an especial manner, so 66 1, 22 | escape the care of divine providence; as was the ~opinion of 67 1, 22 | Whether God has immediate providence over everything? ~Aquin.: 68 1, 22 | that God has not immediate providence over all things. ~For whatever 69 1, 22 | has God Himself immediate providence over all things.~Aquin.: 70 1, 22 | Further, it belongs to providence to order all things to an 71 1, 22 | a cause of the effect of providence. If therefore God ~were 72 1, 22 | were to have immediate providence over all things, all secondary 73 1, 22 | Therefore He has not immediate providence ~over bad and vile things.~ 74 1, 22 | that, Two things belong to providence - namely, the type of the ~ 75 1, 22 | these, God has ~immediate providence over everything, because 76 1, 22 | intermediaries of God's ~providence; for He governs things inferior 77 1, 22 | exploded. He taught a threefold providence. First, one which belongs 78 1, 22 | universal causes. The second providence, which is over the individuals 79 1, 22 | circular direction. The third providence, over ~human affairs, he 80 1, 22 | ministers who ~execute his providence. But the fact that he has 81 1, 22 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether providence imposes any necessity on 82 1, 22 | 1: It seems that divine providence imposes necessity upon things ~ 83 1, 22 | Metaph. vi, 7). But the providence of God, since it ~is eternal, 84 1, 22 | of necessity, for ~divine providence cannot be frustrated. Therefore 85 1, 22 | frustrated. Therefore divine providence ~imposes a necessity upon 86 1, 22 | the ~immutable source of providence binds together human acts 87 1, 22 | It seems therefore that ~providence imposes necessity upon things 88 1, 22 | nature is not the work of providence." But it is in the nature 89 1, 22 | to be contingent. Divine providence does not therefore impose 90 1, 22 | 1~I answer that, Divine providence imposes necessity upon some 91 1, 22 | formerly believed. For to providence it belongs to ~order things 92 1, 22 | Whence it pertains to divine providence to ~produce every grade 93 1, 22 | 1: The effect of divine providence is not only that things ~ 94 1, 22 | Therefore whatsoever divine providence ordains to happen ~infallibly 95 1, 22 | which the plan of divine providence conceives ~to happen from 96 1, 22 | OBJ 2: The order of divine providence is unchangeable and certain, ~ 97 1, 22 | pertain to the certainty of providence, which fails not to ~produce 98 1, 23 | consideration of divine providence, we must treat of ~predestination 99 1, 23 | to their end by divine ~providence, as was said above (Q[22], 100 1, 23 | things are subject to His providence, as was shown above (Q[22], 101 1, 23 | 2]). ~Now it belongs to providence to direct things towards 102 1, 23 | which we proved above to be ~providence. Now the type in the mind 103 1, 23 | its objects, is a part ~of providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 104 1, 23 | predestination is a part of providence. Now providence is not anything 105 1, 23 | part of providence. Now providence is not anything in ~the 106 1, 23 | But the execution of providence which is ~called government, 107 1, 23 | predestination is a part of providence. To providence, however, 108 1, 23 | a part of providence. To providence, however, it ~belongs to 109 1, 23 | things which are subject to ~providence, as was said above (Q[22], 110 1, 23 | eternal life through the providence of God, it likewise is part 111 1, 23 | likewise is part of that ~providence to permit some to fall away 112 1, 23 | predestination is a part of providence, in regard ~to those ordained 113 1, 23 | reprobation is a part of ~providence in regard to those who turn 114 1, 23 | something more, as ~does providence, as was said above (Q[22], 115 1, 23 | above (A[1]), is a part of providence. Now ~providence, as also 116 1, 23 | part of providence. Now ~providence, as also prudence, is the 117 1, 23 | from a first cause. For the providence of God produces effects 118 1, 23 | predestination is a part of providence. But not all things subject 119 1, 23 | not all things subject to ~providence are necessary; some things 120 1, 23 | proximate causes, which divine providence ~has ordained for such effects. 121 1, 23 | effects. Yet the order of providence is infallible, ~as was shown 122 1, 23 | God "per se"; ~but divine providence produces just so many as 123 1, 23 | other good works; because ~providence, of which predestination 124 1, 23 | causes falls also under providence. So, as natural effects 125 1, 48 | because "it belongs to Providence ~not to destroy, but to 126 1, 48 | things are subject to divine providence and ~justice, as was shown 127 1, 57 | the angel: There is no ~providence." Secondly, it is also contrary 128 1, 57 | senses. But administration, providence and movement are of singulars, 129 1, 62 | created by the work of Divine Providence, were ~produced by the operation 130 1, 64 | Now the order of Divine providence so disposes, that it procures ~ 131 1, 64 | welfare is disposed by Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~ 132 1, 73 | effected ~through God's Providence over His creatures, securing 133 1, 49 | because "it belongs to Providence ~not to destroy, but to 134 1, 49 | things are subject to divine providence and ~justice, as was shown 135 1, 58 | the angel: There is no ~providence." Secondly, it is also contrary 136 1, 58 | senses. But administration, providence and movement are of singulars, 137 1, 63 | created by the work of Divine Providence, were ~produced by the operation 138 1, 65 | Now the order of Divine providence so disposes, that it procures ~ 139 1, 65 | welfare is disposed by Divine providence in two ways: first of all, ~ 140 1, 72 | effected ~through God's Providence over His creatures, securing 141 1, 95 | by the order of ~Divine Providence which always governs inferior 142 1, 95 | mastership of God, Whose Providence has ~ordained all this. 143 1, 95 | ordained all this. Of this Providence man would have been the 144 1, 96 | and partly also by Divine ~Providence, so preserving him, that 145 1, 99 | righteousness, but to Divine Providence ~preserving them free from 146 1, 102 | is contrary to the Divine Providence? ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] 147 1, 102 | governest all things by Thy Providence." And Boethius says (De 148 1, 102 | case unless some sort of ~providence directed nature towards 149 1, 102 | the ~government of Divine Providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 150 1, 102 | name ~of God is taken from Providence as stated above (Q[13], 151 1, 102 | all and ~fills all by His providence and perfect goodness." But 152 1, 102 | But government belongs ~to providence. Therefore there are certain 153 1, 102 | opinion of ~Plato who divides providence into three parts. The first 154 1, 102 | universals; the ~second providence he attributes to the secondary 155 1, 102 | while he ~ascribes a third providence to certain spirits who are 156 1, 102 | of government, which is providence itself; and the execution 157 1, 102 | the fact that he divided providence, which is the ~design of 158 1, 102 | Further, the order of Divine Providence is certain and ~unchangeable; 159 1, 102 | evade the order of Divine providence ~considered in regard to 160 1, 102 | to the order of Divine ~providence, "nothing in the world happens 161 1, 102 | consider the order of Divine providence in two ~ways: in general, 162 1, 110 | Since the order of Divine Providence disposes that lower ~things 163 1, 111 | 1]), the order of Divine Providence has so disposed not only ~ 164 1, 112 | According to the plan of Divine Providence, we find that ~in all things 165 1, 112 | the ~execution of Divine providence concerning men. But God' 166 1, 112 | concerning men. But God's providence acts ~differently as regards 167 1, 112 | it is manifest that the providence of God ~is chiefly exercised 168 1, 112 | things which pass away, the providence of God acts so as to order 169 1, 112 | are perpetual. Thus the providence of God ~is related to each 170 1, 112 | them, according as Divine Providence orders some to the greater, ~ 171 1, 112 | is an effect of Divine providence in regard to man. Now it 172 1, 112 | entirely withdrawn from the ~providence of God: for in as far as 173 1, 112 | far is ~it subject to the providence that extends over all being. 174 1, 112 | according to the ordering of His providence, but ~only in so far as 175 1, 112 | ordering of the ~Divine Providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 176 1, 115 | changeable things, by which Providence connects each one with its 177 1, 115 | the existence ~of fate and Providence, as Augustine relates of 178 1, 115 | we have said above about Providence (Q[22], ~A[2]).~Aquin.: 179 1, 115 | cause, ~which is Divine Providence. For nothing hinders that 180 1, 115 | below is subject to ~Divine Providence, as being pre-ordained, 181 1, 115 | not if compared to ~Divine Providence, whereby "nothing happens 182 1, 115 | Q[103], A[6]), Divine Providence produces effects through 183 1, 115 | of the effects is ~called Providence. But if we consider this 184 1, 115 | is worked out when Divine Providence is served by certain spirits; ~ 185 1, 115 | unwavering simplicity of Providence."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] 186 1, 115 | as ~dependent on Divine Providence. Wherefore the Egyptians 187 1, 115 | it is repugnant to Divine Providence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[116] A[ 188 1, 115 | but as subject to Divine Providence, it derives a certain ~unchangeableness, 189 1, 115 | derived from an unchangeable Providence must ~also itself be unchangeable."~ 190 1, 115 | some things subject ~to Providence are above the ordering of 191 2, 10 | it belongs to Divine ~providence, not to destroy but to preserve 192 2, 39 | decree of God, to Whose providence whatever is done is ~subject. 193 2, 47 | injured is an object of God's providence and ~protection.~Aquin.: 194 2, 51 | for "it belongs to Divine providence to ~preserve nature," as 195 2, 79 | reason of God's mercy or providence, viz. that ~the sinner may 196 2, 87 | are ~directed by Divine providence, to the salvation of men, 197 2, 91 | world is ruled by Divine Providence, as was stated in the FP, 198 2, 91 | things subject to Divine ~providence are ruled and measured by 199 2, 91 | creature is subject to Divine providence in the ~most excellent way, 200 2, 91 | it partakes of a share of providence, by ~being provident both 201 2, 93 | are ~punished by Divine providence." But the type of Divine 202 2, 93 | But the type of Divine providence is the ~eternal law, as 203 2, 93 | the eternal law is Divine providence as a type. But many ~necessary 204 2, 93 | things are subject to Divine providence: for instance, the ~stability 205 2, 93 | is not subject to Divine providence or to the ~eternal law: 206 2, 93 | through ~being moved by Divine providence; but not, as rational creatures 207 2, 93 | Cause, i.e. God, from Whose ~providence nothing can escape, as stated 208 2, 93 | law is the type of Divine providence, as stated above ~(A[1]), 209 2, 96 | things, and that Divine providence punishes them." But Divine ~ 210 2, 96 | punishes them." But Divine ~providence punishes nothing but vices. 211 2, 96 | are punished by ~Divine providence. Nor, if this law does not 212 2, 109 | according to the plan of His providence, and not by necessity ~of 213 2, 114 | for it is a law of Divine ~providence that nothing shall act beyond 214 2, 1 | God's existence, and His ~providence over the salvation of man, 215 2, 1 | consists; while belief in ~His providence includes all those things 216 2, 1 | made of God's wisdom and providence, even as of His omnipotence.~ 217 2, 1 | reason, for instance His ~providence and omnipotence, and that 218 2, 1 | universal knowledge and providence. ~For He would not be able 219 2, 1 | them, and exercised His providence over them.~Aquin.: SMT SS 220 2, 2 | through ~believing in Divine providence, since they believed that 221 2, 24 | to the ordering of Divine providence; hence this leads us ~to 222 2, 35 | this was ordained by Divine providence, on ~account of the good 223 2, 47 | may be translated either "providence" or ~"foresight."]~Aquin.: 224 2, 47 | which are subject to divine providence, yet nothing is subject 225 2, 47 | nothing is subject to ~human providence except the contingent matters 226 2, 49 | higher still, ~of Divine Providence. Hence by considering the 227 2, 49 | possible if we consider Divine Providence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[51] A[ 228 2, 49 | 3: It belongs to Divine Providence alone to consider all ~things 229 2, 50 | things according to Divine Providence. As regards ~these, we must 230 2, 53 | thirdly, because of Divine ~providence, through ignorance of which 231 2, 62 | damnation.']." Now Divine providence has ordained that all living 232 2, 62 | sin ~in sight of Divine providence, who are guilty of taking 233 2, 64 | and He, ~according to His providence, directed certain things 234 2, 64 | order ~established by Divine Providence, inferior things are ordained 235 2, 81 | are not ruled by Divine providence; ~whence it would follow 236 2, 81 | unchangeableness of Divine providence, or through the compelling ~ 237 2, 81 | indeed ruled by Divine ~providence, and that they do not happen 238 2, 81 | the ~disposition of Divine providence to be changeable, and that 239 2, 81 | affairs ~subject to Divine providence, nor to imply changeableness 240 2, 81 | must consider that Divine ~providence disposes not only what effects 241 2, 87 | to seek a sign of Divine Providence is to tempt God, and ~this 242 2, 87 | to seek a sign of Divine ~Providence, since he asks God to bear 243 2, 93 | movement, but on divine providence. It was thus that when the ~ 244 2, 93 | cause, which is divine providence. on the contrary the appointment 245 2, 93 | heavenly bodies by divine providence is on ~a different principle 246 2, 93 | ordered according to divine providence and sometimes ~according 247 2, 93 | order of nature or of divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 248 2, 93 | omen, ordered by divine providence for his ~instruction. In 249 2, 94 | are disposed by divine ~providence in a certain order: and 250 2, 94 | that proceeds from divine providence. ~Therefore it is seemingly 251 2, 94 | that ~occur through divine providence are ordered so as to be 252 2, 97 | the ministers of divine ~providence, according to Wis. 6:5, " 253 2, 100 | in some way, exercises providence in one respect, ~partakes 254 2, 162 | all future events, Divine providence has so disposed ~that these 255 2, 163 | 8:1), ~inasmuch as His providence appoints to each one that 256 2, 163 | Nom. iv), "it ~belongs to providence not to destroy, but to maintain, 257 2, 171 | they are ordained by Divine providence to be ~prophetically significant 258 2, 173 | goes outside Himself in His providence for all beings." But ~even 259 2, 178 | only to the order of his providence, namely to the fact that 260 2, 184 | entrust themselves to divine ~providence. Hence Augustine says (De 261 3, 27 | more perfectly by Divine Providence preserving ~her sensitive 262 3, 27 | was perfected by divine providence not ~permitting any inordinate 263 3, 44 | been protected by God's providence."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[44] A[ 264 3, 44 | iv), ~"it beseems Divine providence not to destroy, but to preserve, 265 3, 44 | pertain to the work of Divine ~providence in governing the world. 266 3, 46 | denotes the power and the providence ~diffused everywhere of 267 3, 59 | since ~this belongs to God's providence: hence it is written (Job 268 3, 61 | Now it belongs to Divine providence to ~provide for each one 269 3, 69 | to the ordering of Divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 270 3, 69 | miraculous work of Divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 271 3, 75 | reasonably done ~by Divine providence. First of all, because it 272 3, 82 | they are ordained by His ~providence for His glory. Hence it 273 Suppl, 4 | agency of Divine grace or providence, ~because his sins did not 274 Suppl, 4 | goods; rather was it ~Divine providence that was their cause, and 275 Suppl, 21| withdrawn ~altogether from God's providence, but that he is excluded 276 Suppl, 41| difference, as well as to Divine providence which ~governs all, that 277 Suppl, 49| species is ~remedied, Divine providence attached pleasure to that 278 Suppl, 69| according to the order of Divine providence; ~for as Augustine says ( 279 Suppl, 69| the disposition of Divine providence ~separated souls sometimes 280 Suppl, 71| incompatible with ~Divine providence, which leaves nothing inordinate 281 Suppl, 71| are the object of Divine ~providence, not that there is any feeling 282 Suppl, 72| be ~done according to His providence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[72] A[ 283 Suppl, 72| the instrument of God's ~providence and power; wherefore it 284 Suppl, 73| to human things by Divine providence, Christ's ~resurrection 285 Suppl, 74| De Trin. iii, 4) "Divine providence ~decreed that the grosser 286 Suppl, 74| established in things by Divine providence if the matter of lower bodies ~ 287 Suppl, 75| the ordering ~of Divine providence, which decreed that those 288 Suppl, 77| deemed expedient ~by Divine providence. Or else he refers to the 289 Suppl, 83| serves the ~purpose of Divine providence, by which through the corruption 290 Suppl, 84| sentence ~as expressed in His providence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[87] A[ 291 Suppl, 85| life ~is governed by Divine providence.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[88] A[ 292 Suppl, 86| were directed by Divine providence to try the life ~of man.~ 293 Suppl, 88| movement is ordained by Divine ~providence to the completion of the


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