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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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incarnation

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1 1, 32 | trinity and ~unity of God, the Incarnation of the Son, and the like; 2 1, 57 | For, the ~mystery of the Incarnation is the most excellent of 3 1, 57 | ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. First of all, in general; 4 1, 57 | brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~Hence it was necessary 5 1, 57 | speak of the mystery of the Incarnation in another way, as to its ~ 6 1, 64 | understood the mystery of the Incarnation, when Christ was in the 7 1, 73 | Moreover, the time of Christ's ~Incarnation is a time of completion, 8 1, 73 | Again, the work of the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which 9 1, 73 | world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and 10 1, 73 | of nature, ~in Christ's Incarnation the consummation of grace, 11 1, 73 | created. And the work of the Incarnation itself was thus foreshadowed, ~ 12 1, 58 | For, the ~mystery of the Incarnation is the most excellent of 13 1, 58 | ways of the mystery of the ~Incarnation. First of all, in general; 14 1, 58 | brought by the mystery of the Incarnation. ~Hence it was necessary 15 1, 58 | speak of the mystery of the Incarnation in another way, as to its ~ 16 1, 65 | understood the mystery of the Incarnation, when Christ was in the 17 1, 72 | Moreover, the time of Christ's ~Incarnation is a time of completion, 18 1, 72 | Again, the work of the Incarnation was a new ~work, of which 19 1, 72 | world, as to grace, in ~the Incarnation of Christ. For, "Grace and 20 1, 72 | of nature, ~in Christ's Incarnation the consummation of grace, 21 1, 72 | created. And the work of the Incarnation itself was thus foreshadowed, ~ 22 1, 105 | known the Mystery of the Incarnation, whereas ~the inferior angels 23 1, 105 | ignorant of the Mystery of the Incarnation ~but that they did not know 24 2, 102 | things that pertain to the Incarnation of Christ ~should be burnt 25 2, 103 | the mystery of Christ's Incarnation and Passion had not yet 26 2, 1 | the mystery of Christ's ~Incarnation, and the like: and these 27 2, 1 | the Divine mystery or ~the Incarnation of Christ: and such things 28 2, 1 | includes belief in the ~Incarnation of Christ, His Passion and 29 2, 1 | the mystery of Christ's Incarnation, ~"by Whom we have access" 30 2, 1 | which refers to Christ's incarnation or ~conception; the second, 31 2, 2 | ignorance of the mystery of the Incarnation: ~hence, according to the 32 2, 2 | the mystery of Christ's Incarnation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[7] 33 2, 2 | the mystery of Christ's Incarnation and Passion is the way ~ 34 2, 2 | the mystery of Christ's Incarnation was ~necessary at all times 35 2, 2 | explicitly in Christ's ~Incarnation, in so far as it was intended 36 2, 2 | had foreknowledge of the Incarnation of Christ, ~from the fact 37 2, 2 | Christ, not only as to the ~Incarnation, but also as to the Passion 38 2, 2 | articles which refer to the Incarnation, of which we have spoken 39 2, 2 | to the articles of ~the Incarnation, men have been bound to 40 2, 8 | Persons in one God, and the incarnation of God the Son; whereas 41 2, 15 | something, namely, belief in the Incarnation whereby one Person ~is God 42 2, 19 | Divine favors, especially the Incarnation, for Augustine says (De 43 2, 172 | the ~mysteries of Christ's incarnation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[174] A[ 44 2, 172 | the mystery of Christ's incarnation, according to Jn. ~14:1, " 45 2, 172 | to the faith in Christ's incarnation, it is evident that the 46 2, 172 | the time before ~Christ's incarnation, as regards the knowledge 47 3 | about ~the mystery of the Incarnation itself, whereby God was 48 3, 1 | Para. 1/2 - TREATISE ON THE INCARNATION (QQ[1]-59)~OF THE FITNESS 49 3, 1 | 59)~OF THE FITNESS OF THE INCARNATION (SIX ARTICLES)~Concerning 50 3, 1 | first, the ~fitness of the Incarnation; secondly, the mode of union 51 3, 1 | the world?~(6) Whether His Incarnation ought to have been deferred 52 3, 1 | by the mystery of the Incarnation are made known at once the ~ 53 3, 1 | OBJ 1: The mystery of the Incarnation was not completed through ~ 54 3, 1 | But the mystery of the Incarnation is such; ~according to Jn. 55 3, 1 | to be ~considered in the Incarnation of Christ besides absolution 56 3, 1 | seemingly, in the work of the Incarnation alone is ~an infinite effect 57 3, 1 | Further, the mystery of the Incarnation was revealed to the first ~ 58 3, 1 | assigned ~as the reason of the Incarnation, it is more in accordance 59 3, 1 | say that the work of the Incarnation was ordained by God as a 60 3, 1 | had sin not existed, the Incarnation would not have been. ~And 61 3, 1 | predestined the work ~of the Incarnation to be the remedy of human 62 3, 1 | Hence, the mystery of the Incarnation ~could be revealed to the 63 3, 1 | v, ~11). Therefore the Incarnation of Christ is chiefly directed 64 3, 1 | race. For the work of the ~Incarnation sprang from the immensity 65 3, 1 | put off the work of the Incarnation, but ought thereby to have 66 3, 1 | But in the work of the Incarnation we see the ~perfection of 67 3, 1 | that, Since the work of the Incarnation is principally ordained ~ 68 3, 1 | race the remedy ~of the Incarnation in the beginning, lest they 69 3, 1 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the Incarnation ought to have been put off 70 3, 1 | seem that the work of the Incarnation ought to have been ~put 71 3, 1 | says. But ~the time of the Incarnation is especially the time of 72 3, 1 | mercy on it." Therefore the ~Incarnation ought to have been put off 73 3, 1 | and 2:9). Therefore the Incarnation ought to ~have been put 74 3, 1 | come ~beforehand in His Incarnation; and hence the Incarnation 75 3, 1 | Incarnation; and hence the Incarnation ought to have ~been put 76 3, 1 | Therefore the mystery of the Incarnation which ~was made known to 77 3, 1 | was not fitting that the ~Incarnation should be put off till the 78 3, 1 | Now in the work ~of the Incarnation both concur; for by the 79 3, 1 | both concur; for by the Incarnation human nature is ~raised 80 3, 1 | was not becoming ~that the Incarnation should take place at the 81 3, 1 | and hence the work of the Incarnation ought not to have been ~ 82 3, 1 | shown the human race ~by the Incarnation of Christ, we must reflect 83 3, 1 | Retract. i), the time of the Incarnation may be compared to the youth 84 3, 1 | Reply OBJ 2: The work of the Incarnation is to be viewed not as merely ~ 85 3, 2 | is composite after the ~Incarnation?~(5) Whether any union of 86 3, 2 | follow that the union of the Incarnation was not essential, but ~ 87 3, 2 | said ~that the union of the Incarnation was brought about by manner 88 3, 2 | said of the mystery of the Incarnation. ~First, because each nature, 89 3, 2 | and thus belief in the Incarnation is ~altogether done away 90 3, 2 | into the mystery of ~the Incarnation two subsistences or two 91 3, 2 | be anathema. For ~by the incarnation of one of the Holy Trinity, 92 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Whether after the Incarnation the Person or Hypostasis 93 3, 2 | i.e. the mystery of the ~Incarnation. Hence the human nature 94 3, 2 | Further, in the mystery of the Incarnation the same thing seems ~to 95 3, 2 | Union is one ~thing, incarnation is another; for union demands 96 3, 2 | end of the copulation; but incarnation and humanation ~determine 97 3, 2 | ad se sumere], whereas incarnation and humanation (determine ~ 98 3, 2 | both from ~union and from incarnation or humanation.~Aquin.: SMT 99 3, 2 | Son by the union of the Incarnation. ~Therefore the union of 100 3, 2 | Therefore the union of the Incarnation is greater than the unity 101 3, 2 | and thus the ~union of the Incarnation implies the greatest unity. ~ 102 3, 2 | Therefore the union of the Incarnation may be taken in two ways: 103 3, 2 | respect ~the union of the Incarnation is higher than numerical 104 3, 2 | and hence the union of the Incarnation is ~greater than the union 105 3, 2 | namely, that the union of the Incarnation is greater ~than the unity 106 3, 2 | Whether the union of the Incarnation took place by grace?~Aquin.: 107 3, 2 | seem that the union of the Incarnation did not take ~place by grace. 108 3, 2 | seems that the ~union of the Incarnation did not take place by grace.~ 109 3, 2 | therefore, ~the union of the Incarnation was by grace, it would seem 110 3, 2 | to Him, the union of the Incarnation took place by grace, even ~ 111 3, 2 | participated by man. But by the Incarnation human nature is not ~said 112 3, 2 | because the union of the ~Incarnation did not take place by habitual 113 3, 2 | preceded the union of the Incarnation?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[11] 114 3, 2 | seem that the union of the Incarnation followed upon ~certain merits, 115 3, 2 | prophet's desire for the ~Incarnation and its merited fulfilment 116 3, 2 | hinted at." Therefore the ~Incarnation falls under merit.~Aquin.: 117 3, 2 | able to attain only by the Incarnation; for Gregory says (Moral. ~ 118 3, 2 | seem that they merited the Incarnation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[11] 119 3, 2 | this took place through the Incarnation. Therefore ~the Incarnation 120 3, 2 | Incarnation. Therefore ~the Incarnation falls under merit.~Aquin.: 121 3, 2 | Whereas the union of the ~Incarnation, inasmuch as it is in the 122 3, 2 | Hence, still less does the Incarnation fall under merit, since 123 3, 2 | Christ." Thirdly, because the Incarnation is for the reformation ~ 124 3, 2 | holy Fathers merited ~the Incarnation congruously by desiring 125 3, 2 | again, the mystery of the Incarnation is the ~principle of merit, 126 3, 2 | not that she merited His Incarnation, but because by the grace ~ 127 3, 2 | Christ. For the union of the Incarnation did not take place in the ~ 128 3, 3 | omnipotence of God, by which the ~Incarnation was wrought, as the angel 129 3, 3 | that the mystery of the ~Incarnation pertains to "discrete theology," 130 3, 3 | Further, by the Divine Incarnation men have come into possession ~ 131 3, 3 | therefore, even as by the Incarnation of the Son we receive adoptive ~ 132 3, 3 | be sent in regard to the Incarnation, inasmuch as He is from ~ 133 3, 3 | another, without which the Incarnation would not suffice for the 134 3, 3 | 11,12,13), that from the Incarnation of God the Son it ~follows 135 3, 3 | since in the mystery of the Incarnation "the whole reason of the ~ 136 3, 3 | 3: In the mystery of the Incarnation, there results a ~communication 137 3, 3 | assumed in the mystery of the Incarnation has no ~other suppositum 138 3, 3 | Further, in the mystery of the Incarnation the whole Divine ~Nature 139 3, 3 | the Son do. ~But after the Incarnation the Father can still assume 140 3, 3 | the Son lessened by the Incarnation of the Son. ~Therefore it 141 3, 3 | it seems that after the Incarnation the Son can assume another ~ 142 3, 3 | But in the mystery of the Incarnation the union of form and ~matter, 143 3, 3 | For by the ~mystery of the Incarnation men are led to the true 144 3, 3 | Further, the effect of the Incarnation would seem to be, as it ~ 145 3, 3 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Incarnation is ordained to the remission 146 3, 3 | In the mystery ~of the Incarnation the wisdom and power of 147 3, 3 | first parent, for which the Incarnation supplied the remedy. For 148 3, 4 | of God Who wrought ~the Incarnation, which is a most miraculous 149 3, 4 | the fittingness of the ~Incarnation of the Divine Person, as 150 3, 4 | this ~would have been no Incarnation, but a false and fictitious 151 3, 4 | but a false and fictitious Incarnation." ~But human nature as it 152 3, 4 | anything but a fictitious ~Incarnation, as Damascene says (De Fide 153 3, 4 | OBJ 2: Further, the Divine Incarnation proceeded from Divine Love; 154 3, 5 | done in the mystery of the ~Incarnation. For if His body was not 155 3, 5 | teaching the mystery of the Incarnation (Jn. 1:14): "The Word ~was 156 3, 5 | lessens the utility of the Incarnation, which is ~man's liberation. 157 3, 5 | against the truth of the Incarnation. For flesh ~and the other 158 3, 5 | Word of God is ~called His Incarnation. But the intellect or human 159 3, 5 | with the purpose of the Incarnation, which is the ~justification 160 3, 5 | against the truth of the Incarnation. For ~since the body is 161 3, 6 | But in the mystery of ~the Incarnation nothing is said to be a 162 3, 6 | called Christ, before the Incarnation which was of the Virgin."~ 163 3, 6 | in the assumption of ~the Incarnation, we do not signify order 164 3, 6 | the matter. Now in the ~Incarnation the order depending on the 165 3, 9 | belongs to the mystery of the Incarnation more fully than anyone else. ~ 166 3, 12 | order that our faith in the Incarnation might be ~strengthened.~ 167 3, 12 | of what happened at ~His Incarnation, and as regards the care 168 3, 13 | in the ~mystery of the Incarnation the union in person so took 169 3, 13 | ordainable to the end ~of the Incarnation, which is "to re-establish 170 3, 14 | defects, the end of the Incarnation seems to ~be hindered in 171 3, 14 | useful for the ~end of the Incarnation that He should assume these 172 3, 14 | order to cause belief in the Incarnation. For ~since human nature 173 3, 14 | furthered the end of the Incarnation, as above stated. And although 174 3, 16 | But in the mystery of the ~Incarnation one Person is not predicated 175 3, 16 | together ~by the mystery of the Incarnation in one suppositum, in which 176 3, 16 | But in the mystery of the Incarnation the natures, being ~distinct, 177 3, 16 | suppositum of human nature by the Incarnation. And ~for this reason it 178 3, 16 | Now ~in the mystery of the Incarnation the Divine and human natures 179 3, 16 | too, in the mystery of the Incarnation we say that the Son of God ~ 180 3, 16 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Incarnation implies union with flesh, 181 3, 16 | assumption that took place in the Incarnation it was brought about ~that 182 3, 16 | Son of God became by the Incarnation. ~Therefore this is true; 183 3, 17 | so in the mystery of the Incarnation there are two natures ~in 184 3, 17 | But in the mystery of the ~Incarnation both natures are not predicated 185 3, 24 | But since He decreed the ~Incarnation of Christ, He decreed at 186 3, 25 | honor. In the mystery of the Incarnation it is the reverse: ~and 187 3, 25 | 3): "On account of ~the incarnation of the Divine Word, we adore 188 3, 27 | spirit, before Christ's ~Incarnation, yet it does not seem fitting 189 3, 27 | flesh, except after His ~Incarnation, for it was then that immunity 190 3, 28 | account of the very end of the Incarnation of Christ, which ~was that 191 3, 28 | regards the effect of Christ's Incarnation: ~since He came for this 192 3, 30 | Blessed Virgin believed in the Incarnation, for to ~disbelieve therein 193 3, 30 | Virgin had no need for the ~Incarnation of her Son to be announced 194 3, 30 | explicitly in the ~future Incarnation; but, being humble, she 195 3, 30 | that ~the mystery of the Incarnation should have been announced 196 3, 30 | that the mystery of the Incarnation should have ~been announced 197 3, 30 | know the mystery of the Incarnation: ~wherefore Dionysius says ( 198 3, 30 | the announcement of the Incarnation could ~not be made becomingly 199 3, 30 | But the mystery of the Incarnation is the greatest of ~all 200 3, 30 | fitting for the mystery of the Incarnation to be ~announced to the 201 3, 30 | informed of the mystery of the Incarnation by means not of a ~man, 202 3, 30 | with the mystery of the Incarnation: and yet ~they put this 203 3, 30 | the angels knew ~that the Incarnation was to take place. But it 204 3, 30 | angel came to announce the Incarnation ~of the invisible God. Wherefore 205 3, 30 | about the mystery of the ~Incarnation, which was to be fulfilled 206 3, 31 | the mystery of Christ's ~Incarnation is miraculous, not as ordained 207 3, 31 | therefore in the mystery of the Incarnation we do ~not seek that which 208 3, 31 | that in the mystery of the Incarnation the miracle ~is not only 209 3, 31 | explaining the manner of the Incarnation, which ~is also unspeakable; 210 3, 31 | because thus the truth of the Incarnation is made evident. ~Wherefore 211 3, 32 | befitting to the cause of the ~Incarnation, considered on the part 212 3, 32 | befitting to the cause of the Incarnation, on the part ~of the nature 213 3, 32 | befitting the term of the Incarnation. For the ~term of the Incarnation 214 3, 32 | Incarnation. For the ~term of the Incarnation was that that man, who was 215 3, 33 | against the very nature of the Incarnation, which we ~hold to consist 216 3, 33 | OBJ 3: The mystery of the Incarnation is not to be looked upon 217 3, 34 | But the mystery of ~the Incarnation is considered as a condescension 218 3, 35 | since the union of the Incarnation took place in the hypostasis, 219 3, 36 | people would have thought the Incarnation to be unreal, ~and, out 220 3, 37 | to the mystery of the ~Incarnation, by reason of which "to 221 3, 39 | world in the ~mystery of the Incarnation, when "He emptied Himself, 222 3, 40 | keeping with the ~end of His Incarnation, by reason of which He came 223 3, 40 | keeping with the end of ~the Incarnation that Christ should not lead 224 3, 43 | men would have deemed the Incarnation to be imaginary and ~would 225 3, 44 | through the mystery of His Incarnation. Consequently in healing ~ 226 3, 57 | God even before ~Christ's Incarnation. Therefore it belongs to 227 3, 59 | the ~case also before the Incarnation. Consequently, not all God' 228 3, 59 | exercised by Christ before His ~Incarnation, inasmuch as He is the Word 229 3, 59 | partaker of this power by the Incarnation.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 230 3, 59 | said of the Mystery of His Incarnation suffice for the ~present.~ 231 3, 60 | as in the mystery of the Incarnation the Word of God ~is united 232 3, 73 | be ~instituted before the Incarnation; but then there was room 233 Suppl, 92| espoused the Church by His Incarnation and Passion: ~wherefore 234 Suppl, 92| thou art to me." Now by His Incarnation and Passion Christ was not ~


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