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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 36 | proceed immediately from ~Adam, inasmuch as Adam was his 2 1, 36 | from ~Adam, inasmuch as Adam was his father; and mediately, 3 1, 36 | mother, who proceeded from Adam; although, indeed, this 4 1, 73 | the rib from the side of Adam out of which God formed 5 1, 72 | the rib from the side of Adam out of which God formed 6 1, 91 | not called the daughter of Adam; and so this argument does 7 1, 91 | not formed from a rib of Adam.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 8 1, 91 | superfluous. Therefore a rib of Adam belonged to the integrity 9 1, 91 | rib, which He ~took from Adam, into a woman."~Aquin.: 10 1, 91 | the integral perfection of Adam, not as ~an individual, 11 1, 93 | God cast a deep sleep upon Adam" (Gn. ~2:21). The reason 12 1, 93 | never sin. Therefore, as ~Adam did sin, it is clear that 13 1, 93 | Divine light; ~and thus Adam saw God in an enigma, because 14 1, 93 | sensible things; in which sense Adam did not see God in ~an enigma.~ 15 1, 93 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Adam in the state of innocence 16 1, 93 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Adam, in the state of innocence, 17 1, 93 | the contrary, The soul of Adam was of the same nature as 18 1, 93 | Therefore neither ~could Adam's soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 19 1, 93 | capacity. Therefore neither did Adam know all things ~when he 20 1, 93 | nature of things. Therefore Adam knew the animals' ~natures; 21 1, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: To Adam, as being the first man, 22 1, 93 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Adam would have advanced in natural 23 1, 93 | belief. Thus before sin Adam could not be deceived in 24 1, 94 | distinguishing between Adam and Christ, says (1 Cor. 25 1, 94 | Cor. 15:45): ~"The first Adam was made into a living soul; 26 1, 94 | a living soul; the last Adam into a ~quickening spirit." 27 1, 94 | of St. Augustine] ~that "Adam did not possess the Holy 28 1, 94 | the Holy Ghost. Therefore Adam was not created in grace.~ 29 1, 94 | body's animal life began in Adam. From the Apostle's words, ~ 30 1, 94 | therefore, we cannot gather that Adam had no spiritual life in 31 1, 94 | it is not disputed ~that Adam, like other just souls, 32 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Adam's soul was nobler than his 33 1, 94 | the moral ~virtues. But in Adam the moral virtues were perfect. 34 1, 94 | Dei xiv, 10), therefore ~Adam had no passion with evil 35 1, 94 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Adam had all the virtues?~Aquin.: 36 1, 94 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Adam had not all the virtues. 37 1, 94 | perseverance is a virtue. But Adam possessed it not; as ~proved 38 1, 94 | The prince of sin overcame Adam who was made from the slime 39 1, 94 | persevering in good; in that sense Adam possessed perseverance. 40 1, 94 | of virtue; in which sense Adam did not ~possess perseverance.~ 41 1, 95 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Adam in the state of innocence 42 1, 95 | in the state of innocence Adam had no ~mastership over 43 1, 95 | animals were brought to Adam, under the direction of 44 1, 96 | God cast a deep sleep upon Adam." ~Therefore he would have 45 1, 96 | that "He took a rib out ~of Adam." Therefore he was passible 46 1, 96 | ad 2), the rib was in ~Adam as the principle of the 47 1, 96 | restore what he has lost. But ~Adam's body suffered no loss, 48 1, 96 | preservation of life. But Adam ~could preserve his life 49 1, 99 | Mother of God. And as soon as Adam had attained to that happy ~ 50 1, 99 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: If Adam had not sinned, he would 51 1, 100 | with perfect knowledge. For Adam would have begotten children ~ 52 1, 100 | children ~like himself. But Adam was gifted with perfect 53 1, 101 | brought thither by God to Adam; ~and the serpent was able 54 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Adam was the first of all men. 55 1, 117 | included the creation of Adam's soul.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 56 1, 118 | x, 20) that we were in Adam ~"not only by seminal virtue, 57 1, 118 | formed were actually in Adam: but so that both were in ~ 58 1, 118 | but so that both were in ~Adam as in principle. For even 59 1, 118 | originally ~derived from Adam: and likewise the active 60 1, 118 | is said to have been in Adam according to the "corporeal ~ 61 1, 118 | Mother, ~was derived from Adam; whereas the active virtue 62 1, 118 | virtue was not derived from ~Adam, because His Body was not 63 2, 81 | those who are begotten of ~Adam by way of seminal generation?~( 64 2, 81 | saying that all men ~born of Adam may be considered as one 65 2, 81 | multitude of men born of Adam, are as so many members 66 2, 81 | which is in this man born of Adam, is voluntary, not ~by his 67 2, 81 | the sin which he has from Adam. Much more therefore ~should 68 2, 81 | are born ~of the seed of Adam, will die: since those who 69 2, 81 | greater than the sin of Adam, as ~the Apostle declares ( 70 2, 81 | therefore, is the sin of Adam.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 71 2, 81 | all men descended from Adam contract ~original sin from 72 2, 81 | those who are ~moved by Adam by the movement of generation.~ 73 2, 81 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as Adam's sin is transmitted to 74 2, 81 | to all who are born of ~Adam corporally, so is the grace 75 2, 81 | gloss on Gn. 4:1 says that ~"Adam's entire posterity was corrupted 76 2, 81 | flesh, would have been in Adam. Therefore they would ~contract 77 2, 81 | They would not have been in Adam "according to seminal ~virtue," 78 2, 81 | who are descended ~from Adam through the active power 79 2, 81 | originally derived from ~Adam, i.e. who are descended 80 2, 81 | would not be derived from Adam. Consequently he would ~ 81 2, 81 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adam was not in the place of 82 2, 81 | he would have ~been in Adam, "by way of bodily substance" [* 83 2, 81 | Whether if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their children 84 2, 81 | seem that if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their ~children 85 2, 81 | Further, if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their children 86 2, 81 | Therefore if Eve, and not Adam, ~had sinned, their children 87 2, 81 | contracted ~original sin, even if Adam had not sinned.~Aquin.: 88 2, 81 | accordingly, if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, ~their children 89 2, 81 | original sin: whereas, if Adam, and not ~Eve, had sinned, 90 2, 81 | hold that if Eve, and not Adam, had sinned, their ~children 91 2, 81 | If, therefore, supposing Adam had not sinned, original 92 2, 83 | original sin of all men was in Adam indeed, as in its ~principal 93 2, 83 | way, ~original sin was in Adam more fully, since in him 94 2, 83 | any individual man was in Adam, in respect of ~his seminal 95 2, 83 | which is transmitted ~from Adam, does not of its own power 96 2, 89 | Because on 1 Tim. 2:14, "Adam was not seduced," a gloss 97 2, 109 | gift, than he had lost by Adam's sin. But Adam received 98 2, 109 | lost by Adam's sin. But Adam received what ~enabled him 99 2, 109 | s gift ~is greater than Adam's fault. Nevertheless it 100 2, 113 | this justice from God, as Adam is said to have received 101 2, 114 | perfect nature, in which ~Adam was before his sin; the 102 2, 20 | Sent. ii, D, 22) that "Adam sinned less, because he 103 2, 83 | offered sacrifice; nor that Adam ~did so, of whom nevertheless 104 2, 83 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Adam, Isaac and other just men 105 2, 83 | sacrifice being ~offered by Adam may be that, as the origin 106 2, 135 | harm ~brought upon us by Adam, as appears from Rm. 5:15, 107 2, 146 | Matth.]: "Gluttony turned Adam out of Paradise, gluttony ~ 108 2, 152 | life, as was the case with Adam.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 109 2, 161 | took not away," says: ~"Adam and Eve wished to rob the 110 2, 161 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether Adam's sin was more grievous 111 2, 161 | OBJ 1: It would seem that Adam's sin was more grievous 112 2, 161 | written (1 Tim. 2:14): "Adam was not seduced, but the 113 2, 161 | few stripes." Therefore Adam's sin was ~more grievous 114 2, 161 | commit a sin. Therefore ~Adam sinned more grievously than 115 2, 161 | the most ~grievous. Now Adam, apparently, sinned against 116 2, 161 | Therefore it seems that Adam ~sinned more grievously 117 2, 162 | words of Gn. 3:22, "Behold Adam is ~become as one of Us, 118 2, 162 | words ~(Gn. 3:22), "Behold Adam is become as one of Us." 119 2, 162 | proud ~likewise, because Adam not only failed to become 120 2, 162 | were both naked, to wit ~Adam and his wife, and were not 121 3, 4 | begotten of the stock of Adam?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[1] 122 3, 4 | nature of the ~stock of Adam?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[6] 123 3, 4 | human nature of the stock of Adam, for the Apostle says (Heb. ~ 124 3, 4 | human nature of the stock of Adam, a ~sinner. Hence it seems 125 3, 4 | nature of ~the stock of Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[6] 126 3, 4 | ought to ~have assumed it in Adam himself.~Aquin.: SMT TP 127 3, 4 | Lord is traced back to ~Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[6] 128 3, 4 | elsewhere than from the stock of Adam, who by his sin ~had fettered 129 3, 4 | as regards sin, to which Adam was ~subject, whom Christ " 130 3, 4 | should assume human nature in Adam himself.~Aquin.: SMT TP 131 3, 5 | But the first ~man, i.e. Adam, was of the earth as regards 132 3, 8 | Cor. 15:22: "And as in Adam all die, so also in Christ 133 3, 8 | But the actual sin of Adam is distinct from original 134 3, 8 | Reply OBJ 1: Original sin in Adam, which is a sin of the nature, 135 3, 8 | other to the person as in Adam we distinguish the sin of 136 3, 13 | perfect in Christ than in Adam, ~who had a body entirely 137 3, 13 | the original justice which Adam had in ~the state of innocence 138 3, 14 | brought into the world by Adam, according to Rm. 5:12: " 139 3, 15 | says (Rm. 5:12) that "in Adam all have ~sinned" - namely, 140 3, 15 | namely, because all were in Adam by origin. Now Christ also 141 3, 15 | Now Christ also was ~in Adam by origin. Therefore He 142 3, 15 | lit. x, 20), Christ was in Adam ~and the other fathers not 143 3, 15 | we were. For we were in Adam as ~regards both seminal 144 3, 15 | virtue, ~both have come from Adam. Now Christ took the visible 145 3, 15 | high." Hence He ~was not in Adam according to seminal virtue, 146 3, 15 | receive human nature from Adam ~actively, but only materially - 147 3, 15 | Ghost actively; even as ~Adam received his body materially 148 3, 15 | thus Christ did not sin in Adam, in whom He was only as ~ 149 3, 19 | justification of life." But Adam's demerits reached to the ~ 150 3, 19 | himself alone; but the sin ~of Adam, who was appointed by God 151 3, 19 | Reply OBJ 3: As the sin of Adam reaches others only by carnal ~ 152 3, 26 | all ~descendants from Adam . . . . . spring from Adam 153 3, 26 | Adam . . . . . spring from Adam materially and seminally ~. . . . . 154 3, 26 | Virgin . . . . . springs from Adam materially and seminally ~. . . . . 155 3, 26 | Lord . . . . . springs from Adam materially, not seminally ( 156 3, 26 | Virgin, being descended from ~Adam both materially and seminally, 157 3, 26 | seminally descended from Adam, was ~such that it would 158 3, 27 | as also was the case with Adam, ~before he sinned, by reason 159 3, 28 | slime of the earth into Adam's body, so could it transmute 160 3, 28 | Gn. 4:1) it is said that "Adam knew his wife." Therefore 161 3, 31 | Christ was derived from Adam?~(2) Whether it was derived 162 3, 31 | Christ was derived from Adam?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 163 3, 31 | flesh was not derived from Adam. For ~the Apostle says ( 164 3, 31 | Now, the first man is ~Adam: and the second man is Christ. 165 3, 31 | Christ is not derived from ~Adam, but has an origin distinct 166 3, 31 | human matter derived from Adam. It seems ~therefore unfitting 167 3, 31 | Christ should take flesh from Adam. Therefore ~the body of 168 3, 31 | human ~race derived from Adam, but of some other matter.~ 169 3, 31 | into this world," i.e. by Adam, ~because in him all nations 170 3, 31 | s body was derived from Adam, He would have been in Adam ~ 171 3, 31 | Adam, He would have been in Adam ~originally when he sinned: 172 3, 31 | formed of matter derived from Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 173 3, 31 | Abraham was derived from Adam. Therefore ~Christ's body 174 3, 31 | formed of matter derived from Adam.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 175 3, 31 | whereby it was descended from ~Adam. Therefore it was becoming 176 3, 31 | of matter ~derived from Adam, that the nature itself 177 3, 31 | Christ's body was earthly, as Adam's body was.~Aquin.: SMT 178 3, 31 | Christ's body was in ~Adam in respect of a bodily substance - 179 3, 31 | s body was derived from Adam: but it was not ~there by 180 3, 31 | who are ~descended from Adam by man's seed.~Aquin.: SMT 181 3, 31 | him, since he says that Adam was the son of ~God, inasmuch 182 3, 31 | the FP, Q[92], A[3], ad 2, Adam, through ~being established 183 3, 31 | Whether Christ's body was in Adam and the other patriarchs, 184 3, 31 | that Christ's body was in Adam and the patriarchs ~as to 185 3, 31 | flesh of Christ was in Adam and Abraham "by way of a 186 3, 31 | Therefore Christ's flesh was ~in Adam, Abraham, and the other 187 3, 31 | not something signate in Adam, ~the human race, which 188 3, 31 | which is descended from Adam, would seem to have no ~ 189 3, 31 | that Christ's flesh was ~in Adam and the other patriarchs 190 3, 31 | whatever way ~Christ was in Adam and Abraham, other men were 191 3, 31 | But other men were not in Adam and Abraham by way of some ~ 192 3, 31 | Therefore neither was Christ in Adam and Abraham ~according to 193 3, 31 | Christ's body was not in Adam and the ~other patriarchs 194 3, 31 | sense that some ~part of Adam's or of anyone else's body 195 3, 31 | Christ's body is related to Adam and the other patriarchs 196 3, 31 | expression "Christ was in Adam according to bodily ~substance," 197 3, 31 | was a bodily substance in ~Adam: but that the bodily substance 198 3, 31 | from the Virgin, was in Adam as in its active principle, ~ 199 3, 31 | the generative ~power of Adam and his descendants down 200 3, 31 | seminal power derived from Adam. Therefore ~Christ is said 201 3, 31 | is said to have been in Adam by way of origin, according 202 3, 31 | Christ's body was not in Adam and the other ~patriarchs, 203 3, 31 | derived in its origin from Adam and the other patriarchs. 204 3, 31 | not infected either ~in Adam or in the other patriarchs.~ 205 3, 31 | s body is not related to Adam and the other ~patriarchs, 206 3, 31 | Christ or His flesh was in Adam and the ~other patriarchs, 207 3, 31 | compare Him, or His flesh, to Adam and the other ~patriarchs. 208 3, 31 | instance, that Christ sinned in Adam, since after some fashion 209 3, 31 | because Christ was not in Adam in such a way that ~Adam' 210 3, 31 | Adam in such a way that ~Adam's sin belonged to Christ: 211 3, 31 | subject to sin, therefore in Adam also and in the patriarchs 212 3, 31 | Christ's flesh was not in Adam and in ~the other patriarchs, 213 3, 35 | as being the daughter of Adam. Therefore neither ~should 214 3, 39 | He might ~plunge the old Adam entirely in the water." 215 3, 41 | set forth the mystery of ~Adam's delivery from exile," 216 3, 46 | tree, as if restoring what Adam had purloined; according 217 3, 46 | Serm. ci De Tempore]: "Adam despised the ~command, plucking 218 3, 46 | from the tree: but all that Adam lost, Christ ~found upon 219 3, 46 | virtue of the soul; also, Adam in the state of innocence 220 3, 46 | purgatory, or in hell, or even Adam's pain, if he suffered at ~ 221 3, 46 | of a separated soul. But Adam's body ~could not suffer, 222 3, 46 | even if by impassibility Adam had suffered in the state 223 3, 46 | was the medicine against Adam's sin: and Adam was not ~ 224 3, 46 | against Adam's sin: and Adam was not ~buried in Jerusalem, 225 3, 46 | was called Cariath-Arbe: Adam the greatest in the ~land 226 3, 46 | as being the place where Adam ~was buried; and that it 227 3, 46 | place of the condemned. But ~Adam was buried close by Hebron 228 3, 46 | condemned rather than beside Adam's sepulchre, to make it 229 3, 46 | the remedy, not only for Adam's personal sin, but also ~ 230 3, 51 | which we incur through ~Adam's sin committed in the garden 231 3, 52 | Christ's grace than lost by Adam's sin: but absolutely, as 232 3, 52 | abounded unto many, just as Adam's sin ~was contracted by 233 3, 52 | contracted by many. But as Adam's sin was contracted by 234 3, 62 | of the transgression ~of Adam," etc., the gloss says: " 235 3, 68 | reigned through one," namely Adam, "much more they who receive ~ 236 3, 68 | original sin from the ~sin of Adam; which is made clear by 237 3, 68 | incurred damnation through Adam so in a second birth they 238 3, 68 | Yet he contracted ~from Adam that which was loosed by 239 3, 68 | efficacious unto salvation than ~Adam's sin unto condemnation, 240 3, 68 | condemnation on ~account of Adam's sin. For much more reason, 241 3, 69 | Rm. 5:15,16), the sin of Adam was not ~so far-reaching 242 3, 69 | farther-reaching than the sin of Adam. But through Adam's sin, ~ 243 3, 69 | sin of Adam. But through Adam's sin, ~as the Apostle says ( 244 3, 70 | the knowledge possessed by Adam, who was fully instructed 245 3, 84 | will, except in so far as Adam's will ~is looked upon as 246 3, 86 | effective than the sin of Adam. Now, by sinning, man incurs 247 Suppl, 6 | to the natural law. ~For Adam and Cain were bound to none 248 Suppl, 6 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adam is reproached for not confessing 249 Suppl, 6 | excusing or denying his sin, as Adam and Cain ~are blamed for 250 Suppl, 28| announces to them that as Adam was ~expelled from paradise, 251 Suppl, 42| definitely said by ~God but by Adam; the words which God uttered ( 252 Suppl, 42| same way as by men. As to Adam's ~words, he uttered them 253 Suppl, 42| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Adam expressed the integrity 254 Suppl, 54| common ancestor, namely Adam, by carnal procreation. ~ 255 Suppl, 54| to a man than Eve ~was to Adam, since of her did he say ( 256 Suppl, 54| was joined in marriage to Adam. ~Therefore as regards the 257 Suppl, 54| Although Eve was formed from Adam she was not Adam's ~daughter, 258 Suppl, 54| formed from Adam she was not Adam's ~daughter, because she 259 Suppl, 54| Divine ~operation, since from Adam's rib a horse might have 260 Suppl, 54| connection between Eve and Adam ~was not so great as between 261 Suppl, 54| daughter and father, nor was Adam the natural ~principle of 262 Suppl, 72| greater than the sin of Adam, as appears ~from Rm. 5: 263 Suppl, 72| death was brought about by Adam's sin which was ~blotted 264 Suppl, 75| written (1 Cor. 15:22): "As in Adam all die, so also in ~Christ 265 Suppl, 75| Therefore all shall die in Adam: and so all shall rise again 266 Suppl, 77| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, Adam's rib belonged to the truth 267 Suppl, 77| as ours does in us. But Adam's rib will rise again not 268 Suppl, 77| rib will rise again not in Adam but in ~Eve, else Eve would 269 Suppl, 77| that the clay from which Adam's ~body was fashioned shall 270 Suppl, 77| perfection of the individual ~in Adam, but was directed to the 271 Suppl, 77| will rise again not in Adam but in Eve, just as the 272 Suppl, 78| acquires from years. Hence Adam is ~said to have been formed 273 Suppl, 79| it was ~with the body of Adam, which could neither be 274 Suppl, 81| was even so in the case of Adam's body, ~but also from the 275 Suppl, 83| in this way the body of Adam was incorruptible, because 276 Suppl, 93| degrees of continence. If Adam had not sinned, ~virginity 277 Appen1, 1| children to the demerit of Adam. But baptized ~children 278 Appen1, 1| eternal ~life on account of Adam's demerit.~Aquin.: SMT XP 279 Appen1, 1| Christ surpasses the sin of Adam, as stated in ~Rm. 5:15, 280 Appen1, 2| Wherefore in the original state Adam would not have sinned venially,


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