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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 22 | respect to all created things; predestination ~and reprobation and all 2 1, 23 | 23] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF PREDESTINATION (EIGHT ARTICLES)~After consideration 3 1, 23 | providence, we must treat of ~predestination and the book of life. Concerning 4 1, 23 | book of life. Concerning predestination there are ~eight points 5 1, 23 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether predestination is suitably attributed to 6 1, 23 | attributed to God?~(2) What is predestination, and whether it places anything 7 1, 23 | 4) On the comparison of predestination to election; whether, that 8 1, 23 | are the cause or reason of predestination, or ~reprobation, or election?~( 9 1, 23 | 6) of the certainty of predestination; whether the predestined 10 1, 23 | is certain?~(8) Whether predestination can be furthered by the 11 1, 23 | by God; and ~thus man's predestination is done away.~Aquin.: SMT 12 1, 23 | beatitude, as well as men. But ~predestination is not suitable to angels, 13 1, 23 | unhappiness (miseria); for predestination, as Augustine says (De ~ 14 1, 23 | predestined by God, since predestination is a ~benefit from God, 15 1, 23 | a ~benefit from God, his predestination would be made known to each ~ 16 1, 23 | life ~eternal is called predestination. For to destine, is to direct 17 1, 23 | Thus it is clear that predestination, as regards its objects, 18 1, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: Damascene calls predestination an imposition of necessity, ~ 19 1, 23 | compel virtue." Whence predestination is not excluded by Him.~ 20 1, 23 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Predestination applies to angels, just 21 1, 23 | respect of the notion of predestination whether one is ~predestined 22 1, 23 | special privilege their predestination were ~revealed to some, 23 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether predestination places anything in the predestined?~ 24 1, 23 | 1 ~OBJ 1: It seems that predestination does place something in 25 1, 23 | causes passion. If therefore ~predestination is action in God, predestination 26 1, 23 | predestination is action in God, predestination must be passion in the ~ 27 1, 23 | predestined," etc. ~(Rm. 1:4): "Predestination is of one who is not; destination, 28 1, 23 | Praed. Sanct.): "What is predestination but ~the destination of 29 1, 23 | of one who is?" Therefore predestination is only of one ~who actually 30 1, 23 | the thing prepared. But ~predestination is the preparation of God' 31 1, 23 | Sanct. ii, 14). Therefore predestination is something in the ~predestined.~ 32 1, 23 | found in the definition of ~predestination. For predestination is the 33 1, 23 | of ~predestination. For predestination is the preparation of grace 34 1, 23 | in the future. Therefore predestination is not ~anything eternal. 35 1, 23 | Praed. Sanct. ii, 14) that ~"predestination is the foreknowledge of 36 1, 23 | foreknows them. Therefore, predestination is in the one who predestines, ~ 37 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Predestination is not anything in the predestined; 38 1, 23 | We have said above that ~predestination is a part of providence. 39 1, 23 | Whence it is clear that predestination is a ~kind of type of the 40 1, 23 | in God. The execution of ~predestination is the calling and magnification; 41 1, 23 | 2]; Q[18], A[3], ad 1). Predestination is an action of ~this latter 42 1, 23 | thing which does not ~exist. Predestination, however, by reason of the 43 1, 23 | agent. Such a preparation is predestination, and as an ~agent by intellect 44 1, 23 | all eternity ~prepared by predestination, conceiving the idea of 45 1, 23 | come into the definition of predestination, ~as something belonging 46 1, 23 | essence, but inasmuch as predestination ~implies a relation to grace, 47 1, 23 | it does not follow that predestination is anything ~temporal.~Aquin.: 48 1, 23 | relation to the reprobates as predestination ~has to the predestined. 49 1, 23 | to the predestined. But predestination is the cause of the salvation ~ 50 1, 23 | said above (A[1]) ~that predestination is a part of providence. 51 1, 23 | called ~reprobation. Thus, as predestination is a part of providence, 52 1, 23 | A[1]). Therefore, as ~predestination includes the will to confer 53 1, 23 | differs in its causality from predestination. ~This latter is the cause 54 1, 23 | glory; and this belongs to predestination. ~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 55 1, 23 | of things that exist. But predestination ~from all eternity is also 56 1, 23 | 1 Tim. 2:4). Therefore, predestination which ordains ~men towards 57 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Predestination presupposes election in 58 1, 23 | reason of this is that ~predestination, as stated above (A[1]), 59 1, 23 | already exists. Whence the predestination of some to eternal ~salvation 60 1, 23 | and election precedes ~predestination. Whence all the predestinate 61 1, 23 | of merits is the cause of predestination?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 62 1, 23 | merits is the cause of ~predestination. For the Apostle says (Rm. 63 1, 23 | of merits is the cause of predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 64 1, 23 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, Divine predestination includes the divine will, 65 1, 23 | can be irrational; since predestination is "the purpose to have ~ 66 1, 23 | be no ~other reason for predestination than the foreknowledge of 67 1, 23 | be the cause of reason of predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 68 1, 23 | not the cause or reason of predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 69 1, 23 | 1/4~I answer that, Since predestination includes will, as was said 70 1, 23 | above ~(A[4]), the reason of predestination must be sought for in the 71 1, 23 | is the cause of ~divine predestination as regards the act of the 72 1, 23 | as regards the effect, predestination has any ~cause; or what 73 1, 23 | would give the effect of predestination to anyone on account of 74 1, 23 | held that the effect of predestination ~was pre-ordained for some 75 1, 23 | cause of the effect of predestination. For the Pelagians taught 76 1, 23 | about that the effect of predestination was granted to one, ~and 77 1, 23 | reason of the effect of predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[23] A[ 78 1, 23 | following the effect of predestination ~are the reason of predestination; 79 1, 23 | predestination ~are the reason of predestination; giving us to understand 80 1, 23 | grace is the ~effect of predestination; and this cannot be considered 81 1, 23 | considered as the reason of ~predestination, since it is contained in 82 1, 23 | contained in the notion of predestination. ~Therefore, if anything 83 1, 23 | else in us be the reason of predestination, it ~will outside the effect 84 1, 23 | will outside the effect of predestination. Now there is no distinction ~ 85 1, 23 | free will, and what is of predestination; as ~there is not distinction 86 1, 23 | from free-will is also of predestination. We ~must say, therefore, 87 1, 23 | therefore, that the effect of predestination may be considered ~in a 88 1, 23 | reason why one effect of predestination should not be the reason 89 1, 23 | another way, the effect of predestination may be considered in ~general. 90 1, 23 | whole of the effect of ~predestination in general should have any 91 1, 23 | included under the effect of predestination; even the preparation for ~ 92 1, 23 | shall be converted." Yet predestination has in this way, in ~regard 93 1, 23 | which ~the whole effect of predestination is directed as to an end; 94 1, 23 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Predestination has its foundation in the 95 1, 23 | OBJ 3: The reason for the predestination of some, and reprobation ~ 96 1, 23 | justice, if the effect of ~predestination were granted as a debt, 97 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether predestination is certain?~Aquin.: SMT 98 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that predestination is not certain. Because 99 1, 23 | which is the effect of ~predestination can be both acquired and 100 1, 23 | acquired and lost. Therefore predestination ~cannot be certain.~Aquin.: 101 1, 23 | follow that the effect of ~predestination would be thwarted. This 102 1, 23 | not impossible. Therefore ~predestination is not certain.~Aquin.: 103 1, 23 | predestine him. Therefore predestination is not certain.~Aquin.: 104 1, 23 | predestinated", says: "Predestination is the foreknowledge and ~ 105 1, 23 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Predestination most certainly and infallibly 106 1, 23 | said above (A[1]), that ~predestination is a part of providence. 107 1, 23 | So also the order of predestination is ~certain; yet free-will 108 1, 23 | destroyed; whence the effect of ~predestination has its contingency. Moreover 109 1, 23 | two ways; ~first, by God's predestination, and thus no one loses his 110 1, 23 | it ~does not follow that predestination can fall short of its effect.~ 111 1, 23 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since predestination includes the divine will 112 1, 23 | the same must be ~said of predestination. Wherefore one ought not 113 1, 23 | this way the certainty of predestination is not destroyed.~~Aquin.: 114 1, 23 | destroys the certainty of ~predestination; of which we spoke above ( 115 1, 23 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether predestination can be furthered by the 116 1, 23 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that predestination cannot be furthered by the 117 1, 23 | something ~else eternal. But predestination is eternal. Therefore, since 118 1, 23 | to ~become predestined. Predestination therefore is not furthered 119 1, 23 | Rm. 11:34). Therefore predestination cannot be furthered by ~ 120 1, 23 | can also be hindered. But ~predestination cannot be hindered by anything. 121 1, 23 | was ~predestined. Now his predestination would not have happened 122 1, 23 | never been born. Therefore predestination can be furthered by the 123 1, 23 | the certainty of divine predestination, said that prayers ~were 124 1, 23 | declared that the divine predestination was altered through ~prayer. 125 1, 23 | must say otherwise that in predestination two things are to ~be considered - 126 1, 23 | in no possible way can predestination be furthered by the ~prayers 127 1, 23 | As regards the latter, predestination is said to be ~helped by 128 1, 23 | because ~providence, of which predestination is a part, does not do away 129 1, 23 | falls under the order of ~predestination; whether it be one's own 130 1, 23 | because through these means predestination is most certainly ~fulfilled. 131 1, 23 | This argument shows that predestination is not furthered by ~the 132 1, 23 | that order. And therefore predestination can be furthered by ~creatures, 133 1, 24 | book of life is the same as predestination?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 134 1, 24 | This, however, is not predestination. Therefore the book of life 135 1, 24 | the book of life is not ~predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 136 1, 24 | belongs ~seemingly, not to predestination, but rather to divine power. 137 1, 24 | is not the same thing as predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 138 1, 24 | reprobation is opposed to predestination. So, if the ~book of life 139 1, 24 | of life were the same as predestination, there should also be a 140 1, 24 | as the book of life to predestination.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[24] A[ 141 1, 24 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Predestination and the book of life are 142 1, 24 | implies the knowledge of ~predestination; as also is made clear from 143 1, 24 | life is the knowledge of predestination, as ~stated above (A[1]). 144 1, 24 | stated above (A[1]). But predestination does not regard the life 145 1, 24 | foreknowledge of God, nor from predestination. Therefore neither can ~ 146 1, 24 | two sources; ~namely, from predestination, which direction never fails, 147 1, 24 | eternal life through ~divine predestination are written down in the 148 1, 24 | life, not through divine predestination, but through ~grace, are 149 1, 62 | beatitude, that from God's predestination it is brought even to a ~ 150 1, 62 | degree, ~according to Divine predestination. Nevertheless the joy of 151 1, 63 | beatitude, that from God's predestination it is brought even to a ~ 152 1, 63 | degree, ~according to Divine predestination. Nevertheless the joy of 153 2, 110| as we say the grace of ~predestination, inasmuch as God gratuitously 154 2, 110| says in his book on the ~Predestination of the Saints (De Dono Persev. 155 2, 112| Augustine in his book on the Predestination of ~the Saints (De Dono 156 2, 16 | says (Dial. i, 8) that ~"predestination is furthered by the saints' 157 2, 23 | says in his book on ~the Predestination of the saints (De Dono Persev. 158 2, 27 | appointed to him by Divine predestination, and nothing further will ~ 159 2, 172| the prophecy of divine ~predestination, of foreknowledge, and of 160 2, 172| proceeds from the Divine ~predestination, and must in all respects 161 2, 172| things is the prophecy of "predestination," since, ~according to Damascene ( 162 2, 172| apply to the prophecy of ~predestination, since the latter regards 163 2, 172| regards good alone. And since ~predestination is comprised under foreknowledge, 164 3, 1 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, God's predestination is eternal. But it is said 165 3, 1 | in order to fulfil God's predestination.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[3] 166 3, 1 | 4 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Predestination presupposes the foreknowledge 167 3, 1 | having judged ~them in His predestination secretly yet justly. Therefore 168 3, 3 | which is the fulfilling of predestination, i.e. of such as are ~preordained 169 3, 8 | act according to Divine ~predestination; fifthly, of those who are 170 3, 20 | becoming to Him; ~(5) His predestination.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[20] Out. 171 3, 23 | children of God." But the predestination of God is ~not ineffectual. 172 3, 24 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE PREDESTINATION OF CHRIST (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 173 3, 24 | We shall now consider the predestination of Christ. Under this head ~ 174 3, 24 | as man?~(3) Whether His predestination is the exemplar of ours?~( 175 3, 24 | Whether it is the cause of our predestination?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[24] A[ 176 3, 24 | For ~the term of anyone's predestination seems to be the adoption 177 3, 24 | but by nature: whereas ~predestination regards what is of grace, 178 3, 24 | was predestinated; since predestination implies a certain ~antecedence. 179 3, 24 | the FP, Q[23], ~AA[1],2, predestination, in its proper sense, is 180 3, 24 | falls under the eternal predestination of God. For this ~reason 181 3, 24 | Apostle there speaks of that predestination by which we ~are predestinated 182 3, 24 | 4, some understood that predestination to refer to the nature ~ 183 3, 24 | Hence we must attribute predestination to the Person of Christ: 184 3, 24 | improper signification of ~predestination. For a person is properly 185 3, 24 | predestinated to be: since God's predestination does not fail. If, ~therefore, 186 3, 24 | things may be considered in predestination. One on ~the part of eternal 187 3, 24 | on ~the part of eternal predestination itself: and in this respect 188 3, 24 | to that which comes under predestination. ~Secondly, predestination 189 3, 24 | predestination. ~Secondly, predestination may be considered as regards 190 3, 24 | of view we must say that predestination is ascribed to Christ by 191 3, 24 | of human nature alone can predestination be ~attributed to Christ. 192 3, 24 | regards what comes under ~predestination materially, and thus it 193 3, 24 | that is, forasmuch as predestination implies antecedence and 194 3, 24 | gratuitous ~effect. And thus predestination belongs to Christ by reason 195 3, 24 | principles. In this manner predestination is not befitting ~either 196 3, 24 | of human ~nature; because predestination refers to the exaltation 197 3, 24 | assumption comes under predestination by reason of its being gratuitous, ~ 198 3, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's predestination is the exemplar of ours?~ 199 3, 24 | would seem that Christ's predestination is not the exemplar of ~ 200 3, 24 | eternal. Since, therefore, our predestination is eternal, it ~seems that 201 3, 24 | it ~seems that Christ's predestination is not the exemplar of ours.~ 202 3, 24 | else to knowledge of ~our predestination; since it is written (Rm. 203 3, 24 | predestinated." Therefore Christ's predestination is not the ~exemplar of 204 3, 24 | exemplate. But Christ's ~predestination seems to be of a different 205 3, 24 | Rm. 1:4). Therefore ~His predestination is not the exemplar of ours.~ 206 3, 24 | most ~splendid light of predestination and grace." Now He is called 207 3, 24 | is called the light ~of predestination and grace, inasmuch as our 208 3, 24 | and grace, inasmuch as our predestination is made ~manifest by His 209 3, 24 | is made ~manifest by His predestination and grace; and this seems 210 3, 24 | exemplar. Therefore Christ's predestination is the ~exemplar of ours. ~ 211 3, 24 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Predestination may be considered in two 212 3, 24 | the part of the act of predestination: and thus Christ's predestination ~ 213 3, 24 | predestination: and thus Christ's predestination ~cannot be said to be the 214 3, 24 | Body Para. 2/2~Secondly, predestination may be considered on the 215 3, 24 | the term and effect of ~predestination. In this sense Christ's 216 3, 24 | In this sense Christ's predestination is the exemplar of ~ours, 217 3, 24 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's predestination is the cause of ours?~Aquin.: 218 3, 24 | would seem that Christ's predestination is not the cause of ~ours. 219 3, 24 | eternal has no cause. But our predestination is ~eternal. Therefore Christ' 220 3, 24 | eternal. Therefore Christ's predestination is not the cause of ours.~ 221 3, 24 | but God's will. Now, our predestination depends on the simple ~will 222 3, 24 | will." Therefore Christ's predestination is not the cause ~of ours.~ 223 3, 24 | if we take away Christ's predestination, ours is not taken ~away; 224 3, 24 | 10). Therefore Christ's predestination is. not the cause of ~ours.~ 225 3, 24 | answer that, if we consider predestination on the part of the very 226 3, 24 | predestinating, then Christ's predestination is not the cause of ours; ~ 227 3, 24 | us. But ~if we consider predestination on the part of its term, 228 3, 24 | its term, thus Christ's ~predestination is the cause of ours: for 229 3, 24 | Jesus Christ. For eternal predestination covers not only that which 230 3, 24 | These arguments consider predestination on the part ~of the act 231 3, 27 | knowledge, that is to say, of predestination: but He ~says that He "sanctified" 232 3, 30 | foretold by a prophecy of "predestination," which ~is "fulfilled without 233 3, 30 | Reply OBJ 1: The prophecy of predestination is fulfilled without the ~ 234 3, 63 | from others by eternal ~predestination, which does not imply anything 235 3, 63 | come, by the seal of Divine Predestination. But they are ~deputed to


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