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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 9 | existence; ~hence if He took away His action from them, 2 1, 27 | from its cause; ~so Arius took it, saying that the Son 3 1, 34 | speaks a stone. Anselm took the term "speak" ~improperly 4 1, 43 | with a visible sign which took place on the day of Pentecost.~ 5 1, 68 | the heaven, since they ~took water to be the principle 6 1, 69 | formation of the highest body took place on the first day. 7 1, 69 | causes, within the earth, took place before they sprang 8 1, 70 | time into day and night took place ~on the first day, 9 1, 73 | rest in Himself, which He took ~after He had finished His 10 1, 43 | with a visible sign which took place on the day of Pentecost.~ 11 1, 69 | the heaven, since they ~took water to be the principle 12 1, 70 | formation of the highest body took place on the first day. 13 1, 70 | causes, within the earth, took place before they sprang 14 1, 71 | time into day and night took place ~on the first day, 15 1, 72 | rest in Himself, which He took ~after He had finished His 16 1, 91 | built the rib, which He ~took from Adam, into a woman."~ 17 1, 96 | goes on to say that "He took a rib out ~of Adam." Therefore 18 1, 101 | Gn. 2: 15): "The Lord God took man and ~placed in the paradise 19 1, 101 | written (Gn. 2:15): "God took man and placed him ~in paradise."~ 20 1, 118 | is ~formed from the food, took the place of what is lost. 21 2, 34 | seems to have been that they took ~account only of sensible 22 2, 34 | principal, ~"end [*St. Thomas took "finis" as being the nominative, 23 2, 38 | those things in which they took pleasure. This sorrow is 24 2, 38 | those things in which he took pleasure in common with 25 2, 50 | from that wherein they ~took the keenest pleasure; and 26 2, 85 | reason. Bede, however, took weakness in the strict sense, 27 2, 100 | Israel, by God's command, took away ~the spoils of the 28 2, 100 | fornication: ~because he took unto himself one who was 29 2, 102 | eat roast meat, ~for this took less time to prepare; and 30 2, 103 | 28:18) that "Jacob . . . took the stone . . . and set 31 2, 103 | which, in this respect, took the ~place of circumcision, 32 2, 103 | at the advice of James, "took the ~men, and . . . being 33 2, 105 | written ~(Dt. 1:15): "I took out of your tribes wise 34 2, 105 | Polit. i. But the Old Law took away the force of ~sales; 35 2, 105 | deceased brother, for she took "off his shoe from his ~ 36 2, 105 | of his dead brother, he took his dead ~brother's place.~ 37 2, 113 | of ~justice at once, as took place in the conversion 38 2, 2 | includes that the Son of God took flesh; that He renewed the 39 2, 30 | inherit, there is one who took the property of others unjustly, 40 2, 41 | notwithstanding that the king took scandal from his ~doing 41 2, 60 | to restore more than he took, but when once he is condemned, 42 2, 60 | not by the person that took it, but by ~the one that 43 2, 60 | ceased to ~have what he took, through having transferred 44 2, 60 | to restitution, he ~that took the thing, on account of 45 2, 60 | principals in the deed, and who took possession of the thing, 46 2, 62 | the time of persecution ~took their own lives, and who 47 2, 64 | Wis. 10:19): "The just took the spoils of the ~wicked."~ 48 2, 76 | it is the same as if he took ~money for lending, and 49 2, 86 | Christ or the ~Apostles took any vows. Therefore it would 50 2, 86 | decision, the person who took the vow does not ~seem to 51 2, 93 | hearing these words they took ~them as an omen, and abandoned 52 2, 96 | fulfil an oath which he took ~under coercion is guilty 53 2, 98 | found. If, however, this took place before the ~Council, 54 2, 120 | observance of the Lord's day took the ~place of the observance 55 2, 140 | that "to the children" who took pulse for their food ~(Dan. 56 2, 161 | delightful to behold, and she took of the ~fruit thereof, and 57 2, 161 | Douay: 'pay'] that which I took not away," says: ~"Adam 58 2, 183 | of his subjects, when he took upon himself the episcopal 59 2, 186 | whom all religious orders took their origin kept the price 60 3, 2 | union of the Word Incarnate took place in the nature?~(2) 61 3, 2 | the nature?~(2) Whether it took place in the Person?~(3) 62 3, 2 | the Person?~(3) Whether it took place in the suppositum 63 3, 2 | any union of body and soul took place in Christ?~(6) Whether 64 3, 2 | Union of the Incarnate Word took place in the nature?~Aquin.: 65 3, 2 | Union of the Word Incarnate took place in ~the nature. For 66 3, 2 | not be unless the ~union took place in the nature. Therefore 67 3, 2 | union of the Word Incarnate ~took place in the nature.~Aquin.: 68 3, 2 | nature; therefore the union took place in the nature.~Aquin.: 69 3, 2 | union of ~the Incarnate Word took place in the nature. For 70 3, 2 | union of the Incarnate Word took place in the Person?~Aquin.: 71 3, 2 | not seem that the union took place in the person.~Aquin.: 72 3, 2 | God." ~Therefore the union took place in the person.~Aquin.: 73 3, 2 | it follows that the union took ~place in the Person of 74 3, 2 | nature to the Word of God took place in the ~person, and 75 3, 2 | Word. Therefore the ~union took place in the person.~Aquin.: 76 3, 2 | union of the Word Incarnate took place in the suppositum 77 3, 2 | and ~hence that the union took place in the person and 78 3, 2 | If, therefore, the ~union took place in the person and 79 3, 2 | follows that ~the union only took place in regard to some 80 3, 2 | the union of God and man took place in ~the essence or 81 3, 2 | union of the Incarnation took place by grace?~Aquin.: 82 3, 2 | union of the Incarnation took place by grace, even ~as 83 3, 2 | a grace, inasmuch as it took ~place without being preceded 84 3, 2 | means of which the union took place.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 85 3, 2 | at Benedictus], and this took place through the Incarnation. 86 3, 3 | i.e. the only-Begotten one, took the form," i.e. the nature, ~" 87 3, 3 | this assuming of flesh took place by the Divine action. 88 3, 3 | 2], AA[1]~,2), the union took place in the Person, and 89 3, 3 | by eternal generation) "took our nature free ~of sin 90 3, 3 | because the assumption took place by Its power; but 91 3, 3 | inasmuch as the Divine Nature took human nature to the ~Person 92 3, 4 | assumption of human ~nature took place for the common salvation 93 3, 4 | contrary, the assumption took place in order that the 94 3, 5 | soul, holding that the Word took the place of a ~soul to 95 3, 5 | the Arians, that Christ took flesh alone, without a ~ 96 3, 5 | followed that the Son ~of God "took an animal with the form 97 3, 6 | and unchangeable Truth took a soul by means of the spirit, 98 3, 6 | God. Therefore the union took ~place by grace.~Aquin.: 99 3, 6 | the Word with human nature took ~place in the subsistence, 100 3, 6 | something gratis, ~the union took place by grace, not as a 101 3, 7 | write it, in whose time it took place. Hence if ~God or 102 3, 7 | which the mission of the Son took place, is prior in ~the 103 3, 8 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, Christ took His body from other men, 104 3, 9 | human nature with the Divine took place ~in the Person, as 105 3, 9 | nature in the flesh; He took upon Himself the sense ~ 106 3, 9 | wanting to Christ, since He took the whole human ~nature, 107 3, 10 | in the Person of Christ took place in such a way that 108 3, 12 | when without change He took our substance upon Himself, 109 3, 13 | Incarnation the union in person so took place that there ~still 110 3, 15 | come from Adam. Now Christ took the visible substance of 111 3, 15 | first spoils which the child took ~from the domination of 112 3, 15 | in the form of a servant, took these upon Himself whenever 113 3, 15 | of our nature. Or when He took drink or ~food, He acceded, 114 3, 16 | by the assumption that took place in the Incarnation 115 3, 16 | reason of the body which He took from the Virgin, is ~said 116 3, 17 | Because the form of God took the form of a servant, ~ 117 3, 17 | the form of God . . . He took the form of a servant . . . 118 3, 27 | between her and Christ, who took flesh from her: and it is 119 3, 27 | signifies "Mary's prudence which took note of the heavenly ~mystery. 120 3, 28 | Birth? ~(4) Whether she took a vow of virginity?~Aquin.: 121 3, 28 | say that all these things took place miraculously by ~Divine 122 3, 28 | we read: "And" (Joseph) "took unto him his wife; and he 123 3, 28 | Whether the Mother of God took a vow of virginity?~Aquin.: 124 3, 28 | required, together with him she took ~a vow of virginity.~Aquin.: 125 3, 28 | their common ~consent she took a vow of virginity together 126 3, 30 | Whether the Annunciation took place in becoming order?~ 127 3, 31 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ took flesh of the seed of David?~ 128 3, 31 | and for this ~reason He took human nature in the male 129 3, 31 | kindred, inasmuch as He took ~flesh therefrom. But if 130 3, 31 | i.e. the matter ~which He took from the Virgin, was in 131 3, 31 | Virgin's body, of whom ~He took flesh. But the body of the 132 3, 32 | Now, that the ~Son of God took to Himself flesh from the 133 3, 32 | who by this conception took to Himself (human nature). 134 3, 32 | hold, that the Holy Ghost took the place of seed: but we 135 3, 32 | it ~seems that a mingling took place of the Holy Ghost 136 3, 32 | assert that the ~Holy Ghost took the place of seed in this 137 3, 32 | denies that the Holy Ghost took the place of seed, considered 138 3, 33 | that as many years as it took ~to build the Temple, in 139 3, 33 | soul. But Christ's body took a fixed time to ~grow, like 140 3, 33 | was not instantaneous, but took a fixed time, like the bodies 141 3, 33 | was made God": because God took to Himself that ~which belongs 142 3, 33 | because the conception took place in her womb.~Aquin.: 143 3, 34 | human nature which Christ took, which perfection He attained 144 3, 35 | lest ~it be thought that He took, not a true human body, 145 3, 35 | union of the Incarnation took place in the hypostasis, 146 3, 35 | the Father: but because He took flesh, ~we must of necessity 147 3, 35 | liberty. And therefore, as He took our mortal ~nature in order 148 3, 36 | human ~nature. But this took place while Christ presented 149 3, 37 | 3: As Christ voluntarily took upon Himself our death, 150 3, 37 | spiritually unto sin, so also He took ~upon Himself circumcision, 151 3, 37 | devil, whose spoils ~He took away, according to Col. 152 3, 39 | 1/1~I answer that, What took place with respect to Christ 153 3, 39 | For the latter vision ~took place in the spirit through 154 3, 39 | anything ~unreal; wherefore He took, not an imaginary, but a 155 3, 40 | Secondly, because just as He took upon Himself the death of 156 3, 41 | down, in ~which "the devil took" Christ up "into the Holy 157 3, 41 | that all the temptations took place in the desert. ~Of 158 3, 41 | so Christ's temptation took place after His fast, as 159 3, 43 | Chrysostom says on Mt. 14:19, "He took the five loaves ~and the 160 3, 43 | wine at the marriage feast took ~place in the thirtieth 161 3, 44 | quaking of the earth," etc. - "took place ~in Jerusalem only, 162 3, 44 | his chronicles that this took place during ~the reign 163 3, 45 | says (on Mt. 17:3), "He took ~these three as being superior 164 3, 46 | Then did I pay that which I took not away." Hence Augustine 165 3, 46 | that it was for ~us He took the curse upon Himself, 166 3, 47 | He "paid ~that which" He "took not away," suffering Himself 167 3, 48 | did ~I pay that which I took not away." But he has not 168 3, 48 | with the infirmity which He took upon Himself, but in relation 169 3, 50 | man, whom the Son of God took to Himself, after ~being 170 3, 52 | descending into hell ~Christ took away both sorrows, yet in 171 3, 53 | Godhead united to it, the body took back again the soul which 172 3, 53 | laid aside, and the soul took back again the body which 173 3, 55 | women, she "'came up and took hold of ~His feet,' that 174 3, 57 | Further, the Son of God took human flesh for our salvation. 175 3, 57 | was in the form ~of God He took the form of a servant." 176 3, 57 | fulness, but because He took our littleness ~upon Himself, 177 3, 57 | be." In sign whereof He took to heaven the souls of the ~ 178 3, 57 | captivity captive," because He took with Him ~to heaven those 179 3, 57 | the human nature which He took with Him to ~heaven is a 180 3, 57 | for whom the Son ~of God took human nature. Thirdly, that 181 3, 66 | Lord's body." Now ~this took place at Christ's Baptism, 182 3, 67 | would sin, as also those who took ~part with her therein, 183 3, 70 | 25) we read that "Sephora took a very sharp ~stone and 184 3, 74 | bread, because our Lord took flesh without union of sexes: 185 3, 77 | condensation of the atmosphere took ~place. Fourthly, because 186 3, 77 | sharing them with others, took the whole, so as ~even to 187 3, 78 | blessed the bread which He took, and ~said afterwards: " 188 3, 78 | understood that the order of what took place can be expressed thus: ~" 189 3, 81 | Hence He first of all took His own body and blood, ~ 190 3, 81 | the Gospels how Christ "took the bread . . . and ~the 191 3, 81 | to be understood that He took them merely ~into His hands, 192 3, 81 | as some say. but that He took them in the same way as 193 3, 83 | remembrance represents what ~took place in by-gone days; and 194 3, 83 | Him Who is our Head. ~This took place but once; whereas 195 3, 83 | from ~house to house, they took their meat with gladness." 196 3, 83 | of Christ's body, which took place in the Passion; secondly, 197 Suppl, 2 | accrued ~to it when the result took place. Nevertheless some 198 Suppl, 36| you; St. Thomas apparently took his reading from Bede]." 199 Suppl, 42| sacraments of the New Law took their origin from Christ. 200 Suppl, 46| does not ~keep the oath he took previously does not disobey 201 Suppl, 51| hold to the one whom she took in error. Nor can she return 202 Suppl, 51| between her and ~the man she took to husband. If, however, 203 Suppl, 54| concupiscence and ~neglect men took no account of so numerous 204 Suppl, 59| free to fulfill the vows he took in ~the world, if they be 205 Suppl, 64| Dial. i) that the devil took possession of a ~woman who 206 Suppl, 65| without any distinction, took to ~themselves several wives, 207 Suppl, 65| just as the marriage union took its name from the ~good 208 Suppl, 69| If the souls ~of the dead took any part in the affairs 209 Suppl, 69| swallowed it, because He took some from thence but ~not 210 Suppl, 71| reverence to the idols: but they took them as conquerors because 211 Suppl, 72| whereby it came about that ~He took our nature, since it is 212 Suppl, 85| of time, if the judgment took place by word of mouth.~ 213 Suppl, 86| Apoc. 20:12): "(Judgment took her seat*) and the ~books 214 Suppl, 92| Pharoa, the king of Egypt, ~took Gezer . . . and gave it 215 Suppl, 92| Christ in this way, since He took human ~nature, and by so 216 Suppl, 93| Mt. 4:5, ~"Then the devil took Him up," says that "the 217 Suppl, 95| in which previously ~they took pleasure." Therefore the


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