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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | as one science: "Wisdom ~gave him the knowledge [scientiam] 2 1, 1 | assigned, as when Our Lord gave the reason why Moses ~allowed 3 1, 3 | this is false: "For men gave the ~incommunicable name 4 1, 13 | contrary, It is written: "They gave the incommunicable name 5 1, 20 | also, for which reason He gave him the care of the ~Church; 6 1, 41 | Synod.): "The will of ~God gave to all creatures their substance: 7 1, 41 | substance: but perfect birth gave the Son ~a nature derived 8 1, 42 | Jn. 14:31: "As the Father gave Me commandment so do I." 9 1, 56 | thing heated is from what gave it heat, and the building 10 1, 69 | corresponded to the name He gave.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 11 1, 75 | spirit return to God Who gave it." Again the process of 12 1, 41 | Synod.): "The will of ~God gave to all creatures their substance: 13 1, 41 | substance: but perfect birth gave the Son ~a nature derived 14 1, 42 | Jn. 14:31: "As the Father gave Me commandment so do I." 15 1, 57 | thing heated is from what gave it heat, and the building 16 1, 70 | corresponded to the name He gave.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 17 1, 74 | spirit return to God Who gave it." Again the process of 18 1, 90 | has in view. Therefore God gave to each natural ~being the 19 1, 93 | as the ~eyes which Christ gave to the man born blind were 20 1, 94 | proportionate degree the widow gave more, as Our Lord ~said; 21 1, 94 | Lord ~said; because she gave more in proportion to her 22 1, 95 | ordinaria on Gn. 1:26]: "God gave man mastership over the 23 1, 105 | inclination. Now God alone gave to the creature the power 24 1, 114 | Therefore Augustine fittingly gave the name of "seminal ~virtues" [ 25 2, 4 | ad ~Dioscor.) that "God gave the soul such a powerful 26 2, 5 | other ~animals, because it gave him reason and hands, with 27 2, 5 | necessary, although it gave him not the wherewithal 28 2, 38 | Augustine says that his "sorrow gave way to his former pleasures."~ 29 2, 51 | natural power. Thus ~He gave to the apostles the science 30 2, 63 | be continent, ~except God gave it." Therefore neither can 31 2, 63 | naturally; and the eye which He gave to the man born blind, as 32 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God gave the man born blind an eye 33 2, 85 | gift of original justice, ~gave the body a certain incorruptibility, 34 2, 87 | he says: ~"Wherefore God gave them up to the desires of 35 2, 89 | woman, by doubt, for she gave ~way to vainglory, merely 36 2, 91 | God, in His one ~kingdom, gave one law to men, while they 37 2, 94 | Because on ~Ecclus. 17:9, "He gave them instructions, and the 38 2, 98 | written ~(Ezech. 20:25): "I gave them statutes that were 39 2, 98 | the time ~of Abraham God gave men certain familiar, and, 40 2, 99 | Ecclus. 17:9): "Moreover, He gave them ~discipline [Douay: ' 41 2, 100 | Ecclus. 17:9): "Moreover He gave them ~instructions, and 42 2, 100 | the decalogue; whereas He gave the other precepts to the ~ 43 2, 102 | sin, the chief is that He gave His Son; wherefore it is ~ 44 2, 102 | to man, forasmuch ~as God gave them to man for food. Wherefore 45 2, 102 | Venus and Priapus, which gave honor to that part of the 46 2, 102 | thy eyes'], ~the Pharisees gave a false interpretation to 47 2, 103 | the feast of the Passover gave place to the feast of ~Christ' 48 2, 103 | the result being that he ~gave scandal to the Gentiles.~ 49 2, 105 | authority with full power, but gave them judges and ~governors 50 2, 105 | in this matter ~the Law gave the people an unfitting 51 2, 105 | transgressions, viz. because "he ~gave himself to revelling . . . 52 2, 106 | Reply OBJ 3: The same God gave both the New and the Old 53 2, 106 | different ways. For He gave the Old Law written on tables 54 2, 106 | tables of stone: ~whereas He gave the New Law written "in 55 2, 108 | 2~Reply OBJ 3: Our Lord gave the apostles those precepts 56 2, 108 | precepts which Our Lord gave His apostles (Mt. 10). ~ 57 2, 108 | In like manner when He gave the ~counsel of perpetual 58 2, 110 | Gn. 39:21) that the Lord gave to Joseph "grace [Douay: ~' 59 2, 111 | And to these children ~God gave knowledge and understanding 60 2, 113 | miraculous work, as ~when He gave sight to the blind or raised 61 2, 114 | his ~operation, what God gave him the power of operation 62 2, 1 | heretics. It was this that gave rise to the necessity of ~ 63 2, 2 | therein, saying: "I saw, and I gave testimony, that this is 64 2, 9 | the right ways . . . and gave him the knowledge of holy 65 2, 10 | reply is that the Lord ~gave this command in reference 66 2, 13 | the Holy Ghost which He gave to men.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 67 2, 14 | abstinence and continency, "God gave knowledge and understanding 68 2, 22 | which reason the Philosopher gave the preference ~to the intellectual 69 2, 23 | written (Mt. 25:15) that "He gave to ~every one according 70 2, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: The widow who gave less in quantity, gave more 71 2, 30 | who gave less in quantity, gave more in ~proportion; and 72 2, 30 | commit a mortal sin unless he gave an alms. But it does not 73 2, 30 | unjustly, while the latter gave it unjustly. This ~happens 74 2, 30 | the Blessed Lucy that she gave alms without the knowledge 75 2, 30 | especially the case if they gave alms for them. Therefore 76 2, 31 | says on Gal. 2:11, "Peter gave an example to superiors, 77 2, 42 | anything ~impossible." But God gave this commandment, as is 78 2, 58 | Moses was sinful although it gave a sign of great ~fertility," 79 2, 60 | deserves to lose ~what he gave, wherefore restitution should 80 2, 65 | The power which God gave Pilate was such that he 81 2, 75 | the example of a man who gave the just price for a book 82 2, 85 | and therefore he that gave a tenth, which is the sign 83 2, 85 | each man of his own accord gave him what he deemed right. 84 2, 85 | kind of prophetic instinct gave tithes to Melchisedech, 85 2, 92 | viii, 23): while others gave divine worship not to the 86 2, 92 | virtue. To all these they gave divine worship, as Augustine 87 2, 92 | as did the people; and gave utterance in the schools 88 2, 92 | affections, forasmuch as he gave other men divine ~honor, 89 2, 92 | affection, or ~their kings, gave the incommunicable name [ 90 2, 92 | diligence of the craftsman, he gave them divine worship; ~hence 91 2, 92 | consider His excellence men gave ~divine worship to certain 92 2, 94 | children" who ~abstained, "God gave knowledge, and understanding 93 2, 95 | xxii, 36): "Christ who ~gave proof of God's power by 94 2, 98 | would be accorded to all who gave a certain alms, ~because 95 2, 98 | the money which he basely gave, ~although the other party 96 2, 102 | Gregory says (Moral. xix), "gave an example to His servants 97 2, 102 | according to Jn. 1:12: "He ~gave them power to be made the 98 2, 104 | benefactor of his own free-will gave something ~he was not bound 99 2, 120 | the first of all precepts, gave expression, by prohibition 100 2, 121 | above (FS, Q[24], A[2]), gave the name of ~passions to 101 2, 121 | the other hand, the Stoics gave the name of passions to 102 2, 122 | faith or brotherly love gave themselves up to martyrdom 103 2, 123 | not to be Caesar's slave, ~gave himself up to death. Therefore 104 2, 140 | food ~(Dan. 1:12), "God gave knowledge, and understanding 105 2, 145 | when "bowing His head, He gave ~up the ghost" (Jn. 19:30): 106 2, 154 | be continent, except God gave it." ~Therefore incontinence 107 2, 165 | according to Ecclus. 17:12, God "gave to every one of them commandment ~ 108 2, 169 | expressed in Eph. 4:11, "And He gave some ~apostles; and some 109 2, 172 | previously (3 Kgs. 4:29): "God gave to Solomon wisdom and ~understanding 110 2, 172 | His messenger: even as He ~gave a true answer by Elias to 111 2, 173 | heaven: otherwise if he gave the name of third heaven 112 2, 174 | according as the Holy Ghost gave them to speak"; on which 113 2, 174 | form of fiery tongues, and gave them the knowledge of ~all 114 2, 181 | words (Eph. 4:11,12): "He gave some apostles, and some ~ 115 2, 184 | inaugurated by Christ. Now Christ gave a special counsel of poverty; ~ 116 2, 185 | life without ~working, and gave it to the needy when they 117 2, 185 | the Fathers (v, 6) that he gave thanks because ~he was forced 118 2, 186 | holy David to whom the Lord gave great testimony." Now ~religious 119 2, 187 | commandments. For our Lord gave the ~counsel of perfection 120 2, 187 | to disparage Christ Who gave this counsel. Hence Augustine 121 3, 1 | reverence ~grew weaker, He gave the law to Moses in writing; 122 3, 7 | In this sense Plotinus gave to a certain sublime ~degree 123 3, 7 | Father from ~all eternity gave the Son, viz. the Divine 124 3, 8 | says (Tract. xlvii), "He gave to ~His members to be shepherds; 125 3, 13 | disciples together, He gave them power over unclean 126 3, 13 | works to be kept secret, He gave an example to His ~servants 127 3, 15 | man ~Christ the Son of God gave Himself to us as a pattern 128 3, 15 | iniquity ~of us all" (i.e. He gave Him up to be a victim for 129 3, 20 | with God." And hereby He ~gave us to understand that He 130 3, 21 | receive. And therefore, as He gave ~thanks to the Father for 131 3, 21 | the like. And in this He gave us an example, that we ~ 132 3, 23 | according to Jn. 1:12: "He gave them power to ~be made the 133 3, 25 | whom in these images they gave the veneration of ~"latria." 134 3, 25 | error ~of the Gentiles, who gave honor to dead men. Therefore 135 3, 25 | error of the Gentiles, who gave the worship of "latria" 136 3, 26 | Christ Jesus," ~added: "Who gave Himself a redemption for 137 3, 27 | sin or fomes, but ~rather gave her mind a unity of purpose 138 3, 28 | a virgin. But since she gave birth ~to the Word made 139 3, 28 | not know her, until she gave birth, being unaware of 140 3, 28 | on by ~Joseph, until she gave birth. But afterwards she 141 3, 28 | by her husband until she gave birth, that we may be given 142 3, 31 | a virgin ~conceived and gave birth to God.~Aquin.: SMT 143 3, 31 | others said that Matthew gave the true genealogy of Christ: ~ 144 3, 31 | genealogy of Christ: ~while Luke gave the supposititious genealogy; 145 3, 31 | have supposed that Matthew gave the forefathers according ~ 146 3, 31 | the flesh: whereas Luke gave these according to the spirit, 147 3, 35 | that she conceived him ~and gave birth to him. Therefore 148 3, 36 | Acts ~10:40,41): "God . . . gave" Christ rising again "to 149 3, 38 | signs: thus the Lord (Ex. 4) gave Moses the power of working ~ 150 3, 38 | reason why was because he gave not ~Christ's baptism, but 151 3, 38 | own . . . That which Peter gave . . . and if ~any were given 152 3, 38 | by the deacon Philip, who gave the baptism of Christ, were 153 3, 39 | voice to which the Father ~gave utterance bore witness to 154 3, 40 | manner of living our Lord gave an example of ~perfection 155 3, 40 | heathens, Paul says that he gave it ~up": thus it was possible 156 3, 42 | the earth." ~But Christ gave light and salvation through 157 3, 43 | heaven": but not that ~He gave them no sign at all. Or 158 3, 43 | object of their prophecy, and gave Him great glory . ~. . He, 159 3, 44 | and glorified God ~that gave such power to men." But 160 3, 44 | signify that His death gave life to the dead; "the earth 161 3, 45 | was " ~. . . that Moses gave the Law . . . while Elias . . . 162 3, 45 | by the ~Law, which Moses gave them, and by the prophets, 163 3, 46 | above (Q[1], A[2]), God gave him His Son to satisfy for 164 3, 46 | when with bowed head He gave up the ghost." It ~seems, 165 3, 47 | another also. But Christ gave Himself up for us, as it 166 3, 47 | delivered Him up; but as man ~He gave Himself up by a will inspired 167 3, 47 | to the chief ~priests who gave Him up to Pilate, according 168 3, 48 | love and obedience, Christ gave more to ~God than was required 169 3, 48 | redemption. ~But God the Father gave His Son in redemption for 170 3, 50 | this, that God the Father gave Him up to the ~Passion: 171 3, 51 | the devotion of those who gave Him burial. Hence ~Augustine 172 3, 51 | inflicted on Him, to which He gave Himself up willingly. And ~ 173 3, 52 | detained in ~Purgatory He gave hope of attaining to glory: 174 3, 52 | His ~Godhead, to which He gave effect from the beginning 175 3, 55 | raised up the ~third day, and gave Him to be made manifest, 176 3, 55 | glorified body: yet He gave no sign thereof in His Resurrection. ~ 177 3, 57 | which He assumed, Christ gave us the hope of going thither; ~ 178 3, 59 | the Ancient of days, who gave Him ~power, and glory, and 179 3, 59 | just quoted from John: "'He gave ~Him power to do judgment, 180 3, 59 | be interpreted ~thus: "He gave Him power to do judgment, 181 3, 59 | it is written that "He gave Him power, and glory, and 182 3, 60 | told (Mt. 25:15) that she "gave to ~everyone according to 183 3, 62 | sanctified forasmuch as they gave themselves up to the Divine 184 3, 64 | consists in this, that He, Who gave them their power, could 185 3, 64 | baptizing, to those to whom He gave the power of ~administering 186 3, 66 | mandate of Christ. But Christ gave the disciples the mandate 187 3, 66 | on the Gentiles, when He gave the commandment: "Going, 188 3, 66 | teach ~you." Now our Lord gave at the same time the precepts 189 3, 66 | administered: because John gave his own ~Baptism; the murderer, 190 3, 66 | for which reason our Lord gave His ~disciples the commandment 191 3, 70 | Passion not ~even Baptism gave entrance to the kingdom. 192 3, 74 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Christ gave no power to the ministers 193 3, 78 | and then He ~broke it, and gave it to His disciples." But 194 3, 78 | pronounced those ~words, when He gave it to His disciples; but 195 3, 80 | But (Mt. 7:6) ~our Lord gave this command: "Give not 196 3, 80 | supper was ended our Lord gave the ~sacrament to His disciples, 197 3, 80 | the fact that our Lord ~gave this sacrament after taking 198 3, 80 | and on that account He gave no command for it ~to be 199 3, 80 | Council of Tours, Canon 1) gave permission "that all ~should 200 3, 81 | and blood?~(2) Whether He gave it to Judas?~(3) What kind 201 3, 81 | Christ during the supper gave His ~body and blood to His 202 3, 81 | and blood, ~and afterwards gave it to be taken by the disciples. 203 3, 81 | at the supper, when He gave to the disciples the sacrament 204 3, 81 | them in the same way as He ~gave them to others to take. 205 3, 81 | New Testament, which He gave to the disciples. And ~therefore 206 3, 81 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ gave His body to Judas?~Aquin.: 207 3, 81 | do and to teach." But He gave the ~command (Mt. 7:6): " 208 3, 81 | Jn. 13:26) that Christ gave ~dipped bread to Judas. 209 3, 81 | Judas. Consequently, if He gave His body to him, it ~appears 210 3, 81 | him, it ~appears that He gave it him in the morsel, especially 211 3, 81 | had dipped the bread, He gave it to Judas, the son of 212 3, 81 | Whether Christ received and gave to the disciples His impassible 213 3, 81 | Christ both received and gave to the disciples His ~impassible 214 3, 81 | them," ~the gloss says: "He gave to the disciples at the 215 3, 81 | seem so suited." But Christ gave His ~body as suited for 216 3, 81 | for eating. Therefore He gave it just as it was after 217 3, 81 | mortal body. Therefore, He gave a passible and mortal body ~ 218 3, 81 | the Last Supper, when He gave His body to the disciples ~ 219 3, 81 | And according to this He gave His body in an impassible 220 3, 82 | the ~supper, so also He gave it to others to be partaken 221 3, 83 | consecrated this sacrament and gave ~it to His disciples. But 222 3, 83 | out with a loud ~voice He gave up the ghost (Mt. 27:46, 223 3, 83 | without danger, the Church gave ~order for that thing to 224 3, 83 | communion, because Christ gave dipped bread only to Judas 225 3, 84 | Further, just as our Lord gave His disciples the power 226 3, 84 | the power which ~Christ gave His apostles, it seems that 227 3, 84 | hand, He ~both received and gave to others the sacrament 228 3, 84 | which is unknown], "Our Lord gave sight to many blind men ~ 229 3, 87 | danger of falling back, if he gave up the desire of going ~ 230 Suppl, 20| when our Lord ~(Jn. 20:23) gave all the apostles in general, 231 Suppl, 20| to Peter in particular He gave the power of forgiving sins ~( 232 Suppl, 25| said to help a man if he gave him an ~"obol."~Aquin.: 233 Suppl, 37| OBJ 2: Further, our Lord gave His disciples the priestly 234 Suppl, 37| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Our Lord gave His disciples the priestly 235 Suppl, 37| resurrection, however, He gave them the ~priestly power, 236 Suppl, 40| that very throne, and Who gave the fulness of His own to 237 Suppl, 47| virtue of the consent he gave ~before.~Aquin.: SMT XP 238 Suppl, 48| so would a man sin if he gave another man the power to ~ 239 Suppl, 52| but not if ~the father gave himself up as a slave after 240 Suppl, 62| particular fact. Wherefore God gave out the law according to 241 Suppl, 68| Gn. 25:5,6) that "Abraham gave all his ~possessions to 242 Suppl, 68| children of the concubines he gave ~gifts": and yet the latter 243 Suppl, 71| keener sight. They also gave the instance ~of a lesson 244 Suppl, 72| forth his right hand, and gave to Judas a ~sword of gold, 245 Suppl, 72| Civ. Dei xx, 13): "The sea gave up ~the dead that were in 246 Suppl, 80| contrary, The Blessed Virgin gave birth to her Son by a miracle. ~ 247 Suppl, 85| is that whereby He first gave things their being, by fashioning 248 Suppl, 87| made the law. Now Christ gave ~us the law of the Gospel 249 Suppl, 87| Ancient of days . . . And He gave Him power and glory, and 250 Suppl, 90| written (Mt. ~25:15): "He gave to every one according to 251 Suppl, 92| Egypt, ~took Gezer . . . and gave it for a dowry to his daughter, 252 Suppl, 94| Moral. ix): If this fire gave any light, "he would by 253 Suppl, 95| the Author of nature, Who gave nature this ~inclination


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