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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 3 | God in the Scriptures: "I saw the Lord ~sitting" (Is. 2 1, 12 | imagination. For it is written: "I saw the Lord sitting upon a 3 1, 12 | etc. Therefore if all saw the essence of God equally 4 1, 12 | same way, when he actually ~saw the essence of God, he had 5 1, 12 | ideas of what he ~actually saw in it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 6 1, 14 | in such a way, as if God saw ~nothing outside Himself, 7 1, 14 | or separately, as if He saw alternately ~here and there; 8 1, 16 | by chance. ~But as they saw that truth implies relation 9 1, 30 | negation of division, as we saw when treating of the divine ~ 10 1, 32 | Word; and then said, "God saw the light that it was good," 11 1, 43 | of ~bodies. But whoever saw the dove and the fire, saw 12 1, 43 | saw the dove and the fire, saw them by their eyes. ~Nor, 13 1, 45 | actions. Thus we see that a saw, in ~cutting wood, which 14 1, 47 | contrary to what is said: "God saw all the things that He had 15 1, 47 | of each creature, "God ~saw the light that it was good" ( 16 1, 47 | together it is said, "God saw all the things that ~He 17 1, 63 | written (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the things that ~He 18 1, 65 | is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all things that He had ~ 19 1, 65 | creatures, subjoins, "God saw that ~it was good" (Gn. 20 1, 73 | each work it was said, "God saw that it was good." Therefore 21 1, 74 | is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the things that He ~ 22 1, 74 | said of ~each work, "God saw that it was good." The omission, 23 1, 74 | correspond to the words, "God saw that it was good," used 24 1, 74 | work. And the words, "God saw that it was ~good," signify 25 1, 74 | satisfaction with which God saw that ~what was made was 26 1, 74 | And if the words, "God saw that it was good," are ~ 27 1, 76 | action ~of a carpenter to a saw. Therefore if understanding 28 1, 76 | instance, for the form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for 29 1, 76 | but that the teeth of the saw may ~become blunt and rusted, 30 1, 43 | of ~bodies. But whoever saw the dove and the fire, saw 31 1, 43 | saw the dove and the fire, saw them by their eyes. ~Nor, 32 1, 46 | actions. Thus we see that a saw, in ~cutting wood, which 33 1, 48 | contrary to what is said: "God saw all the things that He had 34 1, 48 | of each creature, "God ~saw the light that it was good" ( 35 1, 48 | together it is said, "God saw all the things that ~He 36 1, 64 | written (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the things that ~He 37 1, 66 | is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all things that He had ~ 38 1, 66 | creatures, subjoins, "God saw that ~it was good" (Gn. 39 1, 72 | each work it was said, "God saw that it was good." Therefore 40 1, 73 | is said (Gn. 1:31): "God saw all the things that He ~ 41 1, 73 | said of ~each work, "God saw that it was good." The omission, 42 1, 73 | correspond to the words, "God saw that it was good," used 43 1, 73 | work. And the words, "God saw that it was ~good," signify 44 1, 73 | satisfaction with which God saw that ~what was made was 45 1, 73 | And if the words, "God saw that it was good," are ~ 46 1, 75 | action ~of a carpenter to a saw. Therefore if understanding 47 1, 75 | instance, for the form of the saw chooses iron adapted ~for 48 1, 75 | but that the teeth of the saw may ~become blunt and rusted, 49 1, 87 | to the workman and the ~saw; to a form and its subject, 50 1, 88 | the rich man in hell, who saw Lazarus and ~Abraham (Lk. 51 1, 88 | when he was in torment, saw Abraham afar off." Therefore 52 1, 90 | when man makes himself a saw for ~the purpose of cutting, 53 1, 93 | 1) Whether the first man saw the Essence of God?~(2) 54 1, 93 | 1~Whether the first man saw God through His Essence?~ 55 1, 93 | seem that the first man saw God through His Essence. 56 1, 93 | the first man in paradise saw God through ~His Essence.~ 57 1, 93 | Essence. Therefore man saw God through His Essence.~ 58 1, 93 | the state of innocence "saw God ~immediately," as the 59 1, 93 | Sent. iv, D, i). He ~also saw without an enigma, for an 60 1, 93 | in ~the primitive state saw God through His Essence.~ 61 1, 93 | perhaps, it be said ~that he saw God in a vision, when "God 62 1, 93 | Divine light; ~and thus Adam saw God in an enigma, because 63 1, 93 | in an enigma, because he saw Him in a created ~effect: 64 1, 93 | in the state of innocence saw the angels through their ~ 65 1, 93 | the state of innocence, saw the ~angels through their 66 1, 93 | deceived in the size of what he saw, just ~as he is deceived 67 1, 102 | written (Eccles. 9:11): "I saw that under the sun ~the 68 1, 109 | the text, "When the ass saw the angel" (Num. 22:23), 69 1, 109 | of the wood is from the saw; but ~that it assumes the 70 1, 117 | form of a bed is not in the saw or the axe, but ~a certain 71 2, 9 | according to Gn. 1:31: "God saw all the things that He had 72 2, 21 | cutteth with it? Or ~shall the saw exalt itself against him 73 2, 57 | matter, e.g. "to ~build," "to saw," and so forth; whereas " 74 2, 57 | should carve well, or that a saw should cut well), if ~it 75 2, 89 | the experiment, when ~he saw that the woman did not die 76 2, 95 | that end; as the form of a saw is such as ~to be suitable 77 2, 98 | Therefore He perceived what he ~saw and he desired what he saw 78 2, 98 | saw and he desired what he saw not." Hence he did not see 79 2, 102 | for the disposition of a ~saw is taken from cutting, which 80 2, 102 | sound was heard of hammer or saw, to signify that all movements ~ 81 2, 102 | another. For the people saw the mere ~corporeal sacrifices 82 2, 102 | Isaias' vision. For he "saw the Lord sitting upon a ~ 83 2, 103 | Blessed (Apoc. 21:22): "I saw no temple therein: for the 84 2, 1 | he might see My day: he saw ~it, and was glad." But 85 2, 1 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Thomas "saw one thing, and believed 86 2, 1 | Hom. xxvi in Evang.]: he saw the Man, and believing Him 87 2, 1 | of something similar, he saw that they ought to be believed.~ 88 2, 1 | articles of faith, as we saw above.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 89 2, 2 | belief therein, saying: "I saw, and I gave testimony, that 90 2, 4 | possess the art, and the saw be ~well fitted for sawing. 91 2, 5 | contemplation, since "they saw ~things in the Word," according 92 2, 10 | encouraged those ~whom he saw faltering under torture, 93 2, 10 | would be a sin, if one saw a man in danger of temporal 94 2, 23 | addresses Peter ~thus: "Our Lord saw in thee not a conquered 95 2, 31 | such a degree, that if he saw clearly that he could withdraw 96 2, 34 | envious of the wicked, when I saw the prosperity of sinners ~[* 97 2, 34 | envious of the wicked, when I saw the prosperity of sinners" [* 98 2, 41 | written (Gal. 2:14): "When I saw that they walked not uprightly 99 2, 47 | remember better what we saw when we were children. Now ~ 100 2, 92 | soon as the uncultured man saw human images skillfully ~ 101 2, 161 | written (Gn. 3:6): "The woman saw that the tree was good to ~ 102 2, 162 | incorruptible. In the same way a saw needs to be ~of iron, this 103 2, 162 | the iron he would make a saw that would ~not rust. Now 104 2, 162 | is stated that the woman saw that the tree was fair, ~ 105 2, 162 | were opened so that they ~saw and thought on things which 106 2, 169 | called Seers, because they saw what others saw not, and 107 2, 169 | because they saw what others saw not, and surveyed ~things 108 2, 169 | where it is written, "I saw ~the Lord sitting upon a 109 2, 171 | the senses - thus Daniel saw the writing ~on the wall ( 110 2, 171 | senses - thus Jeremiah saw the "boiling caldron . . . 111 2, 171 | is absent, as though ~we saw him with our eyes."~Aquin.: 112 2, 172 | of the mind: ~thus Peter saw a vessel descending from 113 2, 172 | who says (Is. ~6:1): 'I saw the Lord sitting,' etc. 114 2, 172 | thus ~Jacob in a dream, saw a ladder. The fourth kind 115 2, 172 | for instance when Jeremias saw the ~burning of the city 116 2, 172 | according to Is. ~6:1, "I saw the Lord sitting."~Aquin.: 117 2, 172 | intellectual ~vision, since he saw God's very essence, even 118 2, 172 | written (Num. ~12:8) that he saw God "plainly and not by 119 2, 172 | he hear words, but also saw one speaking to him under 120 2, 172 | stated above (A[4]), Moses saw the Divine essence, and 121 2, 173 | Whether Paul when in rapture saw the essence of God?~(4) 122 2, 173 | Whether Paul, when in rapture, saw the essence of God?~Aquin.: 123 2, 173 | Now Peter, in his ecstasy, saw not God's essence but an 124 2, 173 | Therefore Paul when in rapture saw not the ~essence of God.~ 125 2, 173 | faith and hope. Therefore he saw not the essence of God.~ 126 2, 173 | that Paul, when in rapture, saw "not the ~very essence of 127 2, 173 | becoming to hold that he saw God in His essence.~Aquin.: 128 2, 173 | imaginary vision such as Isaias saw, and John in the ~Apocalypse; 129 2, 173 | light of glory, whereby He saw the Divine essence much 130 2, 173 | absent from the Lord, for he saw Him by ~a species, as stated 131 2, 173 | regards the act by which he saw God by a species, as stated 132 2, 173 | that "when in ~rapture, he saw God with the same vision 133 2, 173 | incorporeal, or that he saw something incorporeal in 134 2, 173 | mode of seeing, because he saw not ~so perfectly as do 135 2, 178 | blessed Benedict, to wit, "saw a fiery globe in the tower 136 2, 178 | God, understood what he saw, he saw not God Himself, 137 2, 178 | understood what he saw, he saw not God Himself, but something ~ 138 2, 178 | Accordingly the words of Jacob, "I saw God face to face" do not ~ 139 2, 178 | face" do not ~imply that he saw God's essence, but that 140 2, 178 | God's essence, but that he saw some shape [*Cf. FP, ~Q[ 141 2, 178 | Benedict, in that vision, saw God in His essence, but 142 2, 179 | signified by the fact that Jacob saw ~angels "ascending" the 143 2, 181 | when the queen of Saba saw all the wisdom of Solomon . . . 144 2, 187 | merely misled; but when he saw the ~wickedness of his teachers, 145 3, 2 | hypostasis in ~Christ, since they saw that the union of soul and 146 3, 2 | is plain in the case of a saw ~or a sword; yet nothing 147 3, 5 | plain from Is. 60:1: "I saw the Lord sitting," etc. 148 3, 5 | frighted, supposed that they saw a spirit," and ~not a true 149 3, 5 | it is ~subjoined: "And we saw His glory." Or because, 150 3, 6 | written (Jn. 1:14): "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His ~glory'] 151 3, 6 | written in the same place: "We saw His glory, the glory as 152 3, 6 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw His glory . . . as it were 153 3, 7 | of His conception Christ saw God's Essence fully, as ~ 154 3, 7 | between other prophets, who saw Divine things in ~dreams 155 3, 7 | visions, and Moses, who saw God plainly and not by riddles, ~ 156 3, 7 | written (Jn. 1:14): "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His ~glory'] 157 3, 7 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His glory'] 158 3, 7 | written (Jn. 1:14): "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His ~glory'] 159 3, 8 | according to Jn. 1:14, "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His glory'] . . . 160 3, 10 | the Word? ~(4) Whether it saw the Word or the Divine Essence 161 3, 10 | written (Jn. ~1:14): "And we saw His glory, the glory as 162 3, 11 | human nature, as by ~it He saw the Essence of God, and 163 3, 14 | Further, the soul of Christ saw the Word of God by the vision ~ 164 3, 15 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw Him [Vulg.: 'His glory'] 165 3, 15 | contemplating God, Whom He saw in essence, as was ~said 166 3, 15 | Divine ~knowledge, whereby He saw things in the Word; nor 167 3, 15 | human ~knowledge, whereby He saw things by infused species. 168 3, 15 | His passion Christ's mind saw God fully, ~and thus He 169 3, 18 | instrument, as an axe or a saw, is moved by the craftsman 170 3, 23 | according to Jn. 1:14: ~"We saw His glory . . . as it were 171 3, 27 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw Him ~[Vulg.: 'His glory'] 172 3, 34 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw His glory . . . as it were 173 3, 36 | set off as soon as they saw the star, and accomplished 174 3, 36 | Judea, but that when they saw the ~star it was in the 175 3, 36 | that, ~when they no longer saw the star, the Magi, by human 176 3, 36 | they adored: for they ~saw a man, and they acknowledged 177 3, 39 | coming up out of the water, saw the heavens opened"; as 178 3, 39 | in ~which manner Ezechiel saw the heavens opened: since 179 3, 39 | had sanctified baptism, saw that heaven was ~opened 180 3, 39 | the manner in which ~John saw the slain Lamb in the Apocalypse ( 181 3, 41 | not to understand that He saw the very ~kingdoms, with 182 3, 44 | power." ~First, when they saw that Christ was hungry after 183 3, 44 | But afterwards, when he saw ~Him work miracles, he had 184 3, 44 | Christ.' For when the devil saw Him ~weakened by His fast, 185 3, 44 | Without any doubt we saw the moon ~encroach on the 186 3, 44 | Wherefore he says: "Again we saw it," i.e. the moon, "return ~ 187 3, 44 | he says: ~"Moreover, we saw the eclipse begin to the 188 3, 44 | him, He asked him if he saw anything. And, looking ~ 189 3, 44 | was restored, so that ~he saw all things clearly." It 190 3, 44 | namely, in so far as men saw that ~those who had been 191 3, 45 | the vision in which Paul saw God in a rapture, as we ~ 192 3, 46 | come to Jesus, when they saw that ~He was already dead, 193 3, 46 | mere man; since what he saw was as the parchment, but 194 3, 47 | come to Jesus, when they saw that He was already dead, 195 3, 47 | promised in the Law: for they saw all the signs ~in Him which 196 3, 47 | affected ignorance. For they saw ~manifest signs of His Godhead; 197 3, 49 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw His glory . . . as it were ~ 198 3, 53 | goes on ~to say: "And she saw the stone taken away from 199 3, 54 | frightened, supposed that they saw ~a spirit," as if He had 200 3, 54 | believe ~except he handled and saw them, so will He show His 201 3, 54 | Thomas, ~however, not only saw, but handled the wounds, 202 3, 54 | him to have seen what he saw; but it was on our behalf 203 3, 55 | of faith the disciples ~saw Christ ascend into heaven, 204 3, 55 | here." ~Therefore no one saw Him rise again.~Aquin.: 205 3, 55 | testimony of their own eyes they saw Christ ~alive, whom they 206 3, 55 | disciples were glad ~when they saw the Lord." But they would 207 3, 55 | sixth time when Thomas ~saw Him; a seventh time was 208 3, 55 | was, ~then whatever they saw in Christ after the Resurrection 209 3, 55 | to recognize what ~they saw. This could be caused by 210 3, 55 | Thomas, thou hast believed,' saw one ~thing and believed 211 3, 55 | the wounds were what ~he saw, God was the object of His 212 3, 55 | showing thereby that He both saw and heard; thirdly, in the ~ 213 3, 55 | enclosure, and that there they saw an angel ~sitting upon the 214 3, 58 | Stephen in his toil of combat saw ~Him standing whom He had 215 3, 59 | according to Jn. 1:14: "We saw Him . . . full of grace 216 3, 59 | according to Jn. 1:14,16: "We saw His glory . . . as ~of the 217 3, 74 | just as the matter ~of a saw is iron, so as to adapt 218 3, 74 | written (Jn. 19:35): "He that saw it, hath given testimony." 219 3, 76 | affected as if they outwardly saw flesh, or blood, or a child, 220 3, 79 | burning coal which Isaias saw (Is. 6:6): "For a live ~ 221 3, 83 | to be stirred as ~if we saw our Lord hanging upon the 222 3, 86 | restored perfectly, "so that he saw all things clearly." Now 223 Suppl, 11| I know so end so since I saw it." But he is bound to 224 Suppl, 11| speaking, divulge what he saw, if he says he heard ~it, 225 Suppl, 11| heard what he ~incidentally saw. Wherefore he does not break 226 Suppl, 17| after the Passion, John saw an opened door in ~heaven. 227 Suppl, 37| when the queen of ~Saba saw . . . the order of" Solomon' 228 Suppl, 70| sanctifies the soul, and the saw by cutting wood produces 229 Suppl, 72| written (Apoc. 21:1): "I saw a ~new heaven and a new 230 Suppl, 72| earth are mentioned: "I ~saw," says he, "a new heaven 231 Suppl, 72| gloss on Apoc. 21:1, "I saw a new heaven," etc., says: ~" 232 Suppl, 73| being restored to sight, saw naturally. ~Therefore if 233 Suppl, 74| is stated there that "I saw . . . the souls of them 234 Suppl, 74| came together . . . and I saw and behold ~the sinews and 235 Suppl, 75| from ashes, for His flesh saw not corruption according 236 Suppl, 82| case of the disciples ~who saw our Lord's body after the 237 Suppl, 84| those of others, if one saw these various things one 238 Suppl, 86| Apoc. ~20:4 we find: "I saw seats, and they sat upon 239 Suppl, 87| they would if the intellect saw God's ~essence which is 240 Suppl, 87| would be done away ~if they saw God in His essence.~Aquin.: 241 Suppl, 88| and ~(Apoc. 21:1): "I saw a new heaven and a new earth. 242 Suppl, 88| written (Apoc. 21:1): "I saw a new heaven and a ~new 243 Suppl, 89| seeing God understood what he saw, he saw not God Himself, 244 Suppl, 89| understood what he saw, he saw not God Himself, but ~one 245 Suppl, 89| vision, whereby no one ever saw or will see God in His essence; ~ 246 Suppl, 89| glorified. Now the blessed Job saw God with his eyes ~(Job 247 Suppl, 89| commenting on Is. 6:1, "I saw the Lord sitting," says: ~" 248 Suppl, 90| A gloss on Apoc. 6:9, "I saw under the altar the souls ~ 249 Suppl, 93| the Church triumphant: "I ~saw the Holy City," etc. (Apoc. 250 Suppl, 95| would prove if the damned saw God in Himself, ~as being 251 Suppl, 95| midst ~of his torments "saw Abraham . . . and Lazarus 252 Suppl, 95| of the blessed which they saw at or before the judgment:


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