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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | creatures just as philosophers knew ~Him - "That which is known 2 1, 12 | the princes of this world knew" (1 Cor. 2:10), ~namely, 3 1, 13 | eternity; for from eternity He knew and loved ~the creature, 4 1, 14 | beings. For ~as fire, if it knew the nature of heat, and 5 1, 14 | instance, that if the centre knew itself, ~it would know all 6 1, 14 | the centre; or if light knew ~itself, it would know all 7 1, 14 | Himself perfectly unless He ~knew all the ways in which His 8 1, 14 | being perfectly, unless He knew ~all modes of being. Hence 9 1, 14 | perfectly, unless He also knew evil things. Now a thing 10 1, 14 | conditional proposition, "If ~God knew that this thing will be, 11 1, 14 | that this antecedent, "God knew this contingent to ~be future," 12 1, 14 | for when we ~say, "God knew this contingent to be future," 13 1, 14 | Likewise if I say, "If God knew anything, it will ~be," 14 1, 14 | objection would avail if God knew enunciable things ~after 15 1, 14 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, God knew that Christ would be born. 16 1, 14 | know everything He once knew; and thus the ~knowledge 17 1, 14 | previously know, and afterwards knew, then His ~knowledge would 18 1, 14 | know, and then afterwards knew.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[14] A[ 19 1, 14 | said, that whatever God knew, He knows; ~because now 20 1, 14 | not true, "Whatever God knew ~He knows," if referred 21 1, 14 | would ~be variable if He knew enunciable things by way 22 1, 24 | a thing, and afterwards knew it not; but to ~the thing 23 1, 32 | thus it is clear that they ~knew at least two persons. Likewise 24 1, 32 | i.e. the ~philosophers - "knew" (1 Cor. 2:6). Nevertheless, 25 1, 32 | 2:6). Nevertheless, they knew some of the ~essential attributes 26 1, 32 | the Son. And although they knew ~these were appropriated 27 1, 55 | knowledge of a man who only ~knew him to be an animal. In 28 1, 56 | lit. ii) that "the angel knew ~himself when he was established, 29 1, 56 | is to say the ~angels, "knew their own powers": instead 30 1, 57 | mysteries. But ~the angels knew of it from the beginning; 31 1, 57 | Hier. iv). But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for 32 1, 57 | of these mysteries they knew from the ~very beginning 33 1, 57 | 3: Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the mysteries ~ 34 1, 57 | race, still the apostles knew ~some particulars of the 35 1, 57 | prophets ~also, the later ones knew what the former did not 36 1, 62 | according to which they knew the Word and things in the 37 1, 62 | from their creation they knew the Word, and things in 38 1, 63 | by ~natural knowledge he knew that this was impossible: 39 1, 64 | of all truth. For it they knew any truth at ~all, they 40 1, 64 | angels at their creation knew the mystery of the ~kingdom 41 1, 74 | his art: not as though He knew the creature otherwise, 42 1, 56 | knowledge of a man who only ~knew him to be an animal. In 43 1, 57 | lit. ii) that "the angel knew ~himself when he was established, 44 1, 57 | is to say the ~angels, "knew their own powers": instead 45 1, 58 | mysteries. But ~the angels knew of it from the beginning; 46 1, 58 | Hier. iv). But the prophets knew mysteries of ~grace; for 47 1, 58 | of these mysteries they knew from the ~very beginning 48 1, 58 | 3: Whatever the prophets knew by revelation of the mysteries ~ 49 1, 58 | race, still the apostles knew ~some particulars of the 50 1, 58 | prophets ~also, the later ones knew what the former did not 51 1, 63 | according to which they knew the Word and things in the 52 1, 63 | from their creation they knew the Word, and things in 53 1, 64 | by ~natural knowledge he knew that this was impossible: 54 1, 65 | of all truth. For it they knew any truth at ~all, they 55 1, 65 | angels at their creation knew the mystery of the ~kingdom 56 1, 73 | his art: not as though He knew the creature otherwise, 57 1, 88 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, if it knew the singulars, yet not by 58 1, 88 | could not be unless they knew what takes place ~here. 59 1, 93 | Para. 2/2~Nevertheless he knew God with a more perfect 60 1, 93 | intelligible effects of God, man knew God then more clearly than 61 1, 93 | such as we need; since he knew God simultaneously in His ~ 62 1, 93 | the soul of the first man knew ~itself. Therefore it knew 63 1, 93 | knew ~itself. Therefore it knew separate substances.~Aquin.: 64 1, 93 | 1~Whether the first man knew all things?~Aquin.: SMT 65 1, 93 | of things. Therefore Adam knew the animals' ~natures; and 66 1, 93 | knowing; because what he ~knew speculatively he would subsequently 67 1, 105 | glory?" other angels, who knew, answered: "The Lord of ~ 68 1, 107 | in one order. But if we knew ~the offices and distinctions 69 1, 116 | obtains knowledge of what he knew not before. Wherefore ~anyone 70 1, 116 | principalities and powers who knew it "from all ages, but not 71 2, 6 | which he would not do, if he knew of that ~circumstance; for 72 2, 27 | QQ[83], qu. 35), if we knew ~them we should have them, 73 2, 37 | attention even to that which he ~knew already. However a difference 74 2, 51 | if the power of the angel knew all things by itself, that ~ 75 2, 63 | according to Wis. 8:21: "I knew that I could not otherwise 76 2, 73 | 12:47: "The servant who ~knew the will of his lord . . . 77 2, 73 | that ~the "servant who knew the will of his lord . . . 78 2, 77 | 12:47: "The servant who knew that the will of his lord . . . ~ 79 2, 88 | refrain from ~that sin if he knew that by committing it he 80 2, 93 | which deserted Him, God knew how to furnish the inferior 81 2, 98 | unable to fulfil what he knew. Hence, as the ~Apostle 82 2, 105 | have been princes, and I knew not."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] 83 2, 105 | known the ~murderer, if they knew who he was: and it would 84 2, 105 | the ground, i.e. it never knew the stain of revolt. The 85 2, 1 | first to deliver the faith, knew it most perfectly.~Aquin.: 86 2, 1 | things here below, unless ~He knew them, and exercised His 87 2, 2 | the Spirit to those who knew the truth, as stated in 88 2, 2 | His, which hitherto they knew not." ~Therefore before 89 2, 5 | in his original state man knew his Creator, not by the 90 2, 6 | 4:53): "The father . . . knew that it was at the same 91 2, 7 | precede faith, because if we ~knew nothing at all about Him, 92 2, 8 | with the words: "I never knew you." Therefore the ~gift 93 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 2: Our Lord as God knew the sin of Judas as though 94 2, 31 | by ~Whose revelation he knew of their sin. With regard 95 2, 45 | concerning Hiram, that he knew "to grave all sort of graving, 96 2, 68 | as certain, as ~though he knew it, that about which he 97 2, 75 | wheat; because if the buyers knew this they would give a lower ~ 98 2, 82 | than one whom he ~either knew or deemed or pretended to 99 2, 105 | prepared to do so if ~he knew. It is nevertheless commendable 100 2, 109 | Abraham "foretold what he knew not": for he intended to 101 2, 131 | which he is worthy, if ~he knew himself." Now ignorance 102 2, 154 | 8:21, "I know ~[Vulg.: 'knew'] that I could not . . . 103 2, 154 | 12:47, "That servant who knew ~the will of his lord . . . 104 2, 161 | touch that ~tree, because He knew that if they touched it, 105 2, 161 | 47,48, "That servant who ~knew the will of his lord . . . 106 2, 161 | many stripes: but he that knew not, and did things worthy ~ 107 2, 163 | Who foreknows the future, knew that through the ~demon' 108 2, 163 | fall into sin, and thus He knew full well ~that it was not 109 2, 163 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as God knew that man, through being 110 2, 163 | fall into sin, so too He knew that man was able, by his 111 2, 169 | unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face, in all the 112 2, 169 | removed from him. Thus Eliseus knew prophetically what his ~ 113 2, 170 | reply is made: "I never knew you" (Mt. 7:22,23). Now " 114 2, 171 | nation," etc. Now Caiphas knew ~this not. Therefore not 115 2, 172 | unto Moses, whom the Lord knew face to face: in all the 116 2, 172 | while David more fully knew and expressed the ~mysteries 117 2, 172 | Egyptian desert, and whom he knew by his ever-increasing ~ 118 2, 173 | Seemingly therefore he ~knew that his soul was not separated 119 2, 173 | of the Apostle that he ~knew whither he was rapt, since 120 2, 173 | Now this ~shows that he knew whether he was in the body 121 2, 173 | the body or not, for if he knew the third heaven to be something 122 2, 173 | body. Therefore Paul too knew ~this.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 123 2, 173 | words, whereby he says he knew something, namely that ~ 124 2, 173 | and that something he knew not, ~namely "whether" he 125 2, 173 | was rapt (as ~though he knew not whether his soul were 126 2, 173 | the Apostle states that he knew he was rapt ~even to the 127 2, 173 | third heaven. Wherefore he knew it to be really the third ~ 128 2, 173 | one's ~dreams. Now if he knew it to be really the third 129 2, 173 | follows that ~either he knew it to be something spiritual 130 2, 173 | not be rapt thither; or he knew it to be something corporeal, ~ 131 2, 173 | saying that the Apostle knew himself to be rapt both 132 2, 173 | some say that the Apostle knew ~his soul to be united to 133 2, 173 | the senses, seeing that he knew himself to be rapt; ~and 134 2, 173 | Reply OBJ 2: The Apostle knew that either the heaven in 135 2, 173 | in the angels, in that he knew not whether he was in the ~ 136 2, 183 | who wishing to be ~sent, knew himself to be already cleansed 137 2, 183 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Our Lord knew that, by His own bestowal, 138 2, 184 | Lord had looked on him, knew to shed ~most bitter tears, 139 2, 184 | a woman and desired ~her knew to say: 'I have sinned and 140 3, 1 | to them when and where He knew those were who would ~believe 141 3, 1 | wills. Hence He came when He knew it was fitting to ~succor, 142 3, 5 | over the soul, ~either He knew its sinlessness, and trusted 143 3, 7 | anything; because, although He knew all ~things fully, wherefore 144 3, 9 | Divine knowledge Christ knew all things. Therefore any 145 3, 9 | the union," whereby Christ knew what ~belongs to the mystery 146 3, 9 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ knew all things with the Divine 147 3, 9 | knowledge ~of God. But He knew God fully, even as He was 148 3, 10 | Essence?~(2) Whether it knew all things in the Word?~( 149 3, 10 | Whether the soul of Christ knew the infinite in the Word? ~( 150 3, 10 | 1~Whether the Son of God knew all things in the Word?~ 151 3, 10 | therefore, the soul of Christ knew in the Word all that the 152 3, 10 | Him (Jn. 2:25), "For He knew what was in man," can be 153 3, 11 | infused knowledge Christ knew all things?~Aquin.: SMT 154 3, 11 | by it the soul of Christ knew: First, ~whatever can be 155 3, 11 | by this knowledge Christ ~knew all things made known to 156 3, 11 | since the soul of Christ knew these things more fully ~ 157 3, 11 | counsel, He ~consequently knew all singular things - present, 158 3, 11 | contrary, The soul of Christ knew certain things which could 159 3, 11 | But the soul of Christ knew everything, as was ~said 160 3, 11 | useless. Now, since Christ knew ~all things, as was said 161 3, 11 | habitual knowledge of what He knew.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 162 3, 11 | respect to everything He knew in this way. But the second 163 3, 11 | nature, i.e. inasmuch as He ~knew things by species divinely 164 3, 11 | But the soul of Christ knew everything under one ~formality, 165 3, 12 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ knew all things by this knowledge?~( 166 3, 12 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ knew all things by this acquired 167 3, 12 | knowable. ~Therefore if Christ knew all things by this knowledge, 168 3, 12 | may be made. Hence ~Christ knew all things by this knowledge.~ 169 3, 12 | as the soul of Christ knew by infused knowledge all 170 3, 12 | by acquired knowledge ~it knew whatever can be known by 171 3, 12 | which, ~nevertheless, He knew by infused knowledge, as 172 3, 12 | knowledge. For ~even as Christ knew all things by His beatific 173 3, 13 | of what He knows, i.e. He knew how to do what He knows; 174 3, 15 | Cor. 5:21) that "Him that knew no sin" ~(i.e. Christ), " 175 3, 15 | 2 ~Cor. 5:21) "Him that knew no sin, for us He hath made 176 3, 15 | it by experience; but He knew it by simple cognition.~ 177 3, 21 | But Christ in all things knew what would happen. Therefore 178 3, 21 | the other things which He knew would happen, He ~knew that 179 3, 21 | He knew would happen, He ~knew that some would be brought 180 3, 21 | willed nothing but what He ~knew God to will. Wherefore every 181 3, 22 | for us alone (for He Who knew not sin needed no ~sacrifice), 182 3, 26 | Scotus (1308)]. No doubt he knew something of it, ~but the 183 3, 27 | bowels of thy mother, I knew ~thee": and the soul is 184 3, 27 | The Lord says that He "knew" Jeremias before he was 185 3, 28 | unto him his wife; and he knew her ~not till she brought 186 3, 28 | taken place. And the verb "knew" ~refers here to knowledge 187 3, 28 | 1) it is said that "Adam knew his wife." Therefore it ~ 188 3, 28 | the angel's ~revelation he knew to have conceived by the 189 3, 28 | God. When, however, she knew that it was ~acceptable 190 3, 29 | through many ~evident signs, knew Christ after a fashion: 191 3, 29 | Mother's purity. For he ~knew the delicacy of virgin modesty, 192 3, 29 | that ~the Mother of God knew not man, but was a virgin; 193 3, 29 | the ~devil after a fashion knew that He was the Son of God, 194 3, 30 | question that the angels knew ~that the Incarnation was 195 3, 36 | Therefore, since they knew by seeing the star that 196 3, 38 | was not only because they knew not of the Holy Ghost, ~ 197 3, 39 | the flesh of Christ that knew no sin, they might have 198 3, 41 | not to speak, ~for they knew that He was Christ." Therefore 199 3, 41 | Him, save that, though he knew ~that the Son of God was 200 3, 42 | put forth that which they ~knew under His dictation. For 201 3, 43 | the sake of ~those whom He knew to be hardened, but to amend 202 3, 44 | Him? save that, ~though He knew that the Son of God was 203 3, 44 | of God's coming." Yet he knew that He was ~"the Christ 204 3, 44 | said (Lk. 4:41) that ~"they knew that He was Christ." But 205 3, 44 | stated ~farther on, 'they knew that He was Christ.' For 206 3, 44 | weakened by His fast, He knew Him to be a real man: but 207 3, 44 | of His miracles He either knew, or rather ~suspected that 208 3, 44 | the princes of this ~world knew it,' for if they had known 209 3, 46 | 2 Cor. 5:21): "Him that knew no sin, for us He hath made ~ 210 3, 47 | 5) Whether His slayers knew who He was?~(6) Of the sin 211 3, 47 | Whether Christ's persecutors knew who He was?~Aquin.: SMT 212 3, 47 | seems, therefore, that they knew Him to be Christ or ~the 213 3, 47 | Jews in crucifying Christ knew ~Him to be the Son of God.~ 214 3, 47 | who were called "rulers, knew," as did also the devils, ~" 215 3, 47 | rulers of the people, who knew Him to be the heir, ~inasmuch 216 3, 47 | heir, ~inasmuch as they knew Him to be the Christ promised 217 3, 47 | begotten Thee." ~If, then, they knew Him to be the one to whom 218 3, 47 | it ~follows that they knew Him to be the Son of God. 219 3, 47 | same passage that "they knew Him to be the Son of God." 220 3, 47 | may be replied that they knew Him ~to be the Son of God, 221 3, 47 | the rulers of the Jews knew that ~He was the Christ: 222 3, 54 | says (De Symb. ii): "Christ knew why He kept the ~scars in 223 3, 55 | eyes were opened, and they knew ~Him'; not that they were 224 3, 64 | contrary, on Jn. 1:31: "I knew Him not," Augustine says ( 225 3, 66 | says on Jn. 1:33: "'And I knew Him not': ~Behold; after 226 3, 70 | circumcision, both because they knew not when the ~camp was removed, 227 Suppl, 11| another, a sin of his which he knew under the seal of confession?~( 228 Suppl, 11| for instance, ~if a man knew through confession that 229 Suppl, 11| in like ~manner, if a man knew, through confession, that 230 Suppl, 11| that he should say ~what he knew as man. And even if he were 231 Suppl, 11| know, as a man, ~what he knew before only as God knows 232 Suppl, 11| bound to do so, even if he knew it ~through some other source. 233 Suppl, 11| in confession, though he knew it ~otherwise, scandal would 234 Suppl, 11| by a precept. Now he who knew of a ~sin by witnessing 235 Suppl, 11| confession, even if he knew it from some other source 236 Suppl, 11| from speaking of what he knew already, but not from saying 237 Suppl, 11| not from saying what he knew ~afterwards and in another 238 Suppl, 39| the slave's value, if they knew him to be a slave. ~Otherwise 239 Suppl, 41| savages and ~then no man knew his own children, nor was 240 Suppl, 59| he married an unbeliever, knew that she ~was an unbeliever, 241 Suppl, 59| be more difficult if she knew she was deprived of her 242 Suppl, 67| contrary, Abraham carnally knew Agar with the disposition 243 Suppl, 67| salvation and which they knew not were ~never made known 244 Suppl, 69| to hell": wherefore Jacob knew that he would be ~taken 245 Suppl, 71| they might have if they ~knew themselves to be so outcast 246 Suppl, 72| great men ~as the patriarchs knew not what was happening to 247 Suppl, 79| with one who sees what he knew before. The saying of Augustine, ~ 248 Suppl, 85| second. But the holy Fathers knew the time ~of the first coming, 249 Suppl, 89| one whose ~countenance I knew not," says (Moral. v): " 250 Suppl, 95| warded from damnation: for he knew ~that some are guarded therefrom. 251 Suppl, 95| damned ~will forget what they knew here.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] 252 Suppl, 95| consider about the things they knew here.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] 253 Suppl, 95| consideration of the things they knew heretofore as ~matters of 254 Suppl, 96| be converted. ~For if we knew that they were foreknown


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