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Proemium

PRIMA PARS

Question 1
On Sacred Doctrine
1. Whether something beyond philosophy is needed?
2. Whether sacred doctrine is a science?
3. Whether it is one science or several?
4. Whether it is a practical or a speculative science?
5. Whether it is nobler than other sciences?
6. Whether it is wisdom?
7. Whether its object is God?
8. Whether it employs arguments?
9. Whether Scripture ought to use metaphors?
10. Whether Scripture has several senses?

Question 2
The Existence of God
1. Whether it is self-evident?
2. Whether it is demonstrable?
3. Whether God exists?
          a. Argument from Motion
          b. Argument from Efficient Causation
          c. Argument from Contingency
          d. Argument from Grades of Perfection
          e. Argument from Teleology
          f.  First Objection and Reply
          g. Second Objection and Reply

Question 3
The Simplicity of God
1. Whether God is a body?
2. Whether God is composed of matter and form?
3. Whether God is the same as his essence or nature?
4. Whether in God essence is also existence?
5. Whether God is in any genus?
6. Whether there are any accidents in God?
7. Whether God is utterly simple?
8. Whether God comes into composition with anything?

Question 4
The Perfection of God
1. Whether God is fittingly called perfect?
2. Whether the perfections of all things are in God?
3. Whether creatures can be like God?

Question 5
Goodness in General (Among Creatures)
1. Whether goodness and being are really the same?
2. Whether being is logically prior to goodness?
3. Whether every being is good?
4. Whether goodness has the ratio of a final cause?
5. Whether the ratio of goodness consists of mode, species, and order?
6. Whether goodness is divided into the honest, the useful, and the delightful?

Question 6
The Goodness of God
1. Whether it is fitting for God to be good?
2. Whether God is the highest good.
3. Whether to be good essentially is proper to God?
4. Whether all things are good by the divine goodness?

Question 7
The Infinity of God
1. Whether God is infinite?
2. Whether it is possible for anything other than God to be essentially infinite?
3. Whether it is possible for there to be an actually infinite magnitude?
4. Whether it is possible for there to be an infinite multitude of things?

Question 8
The Existence of God in Things
1. Whether God is in all things?
2. Whether God is everywhere?
3. Whether God is everywhere by essence, presence, and power?
4. Whether to be everywhere is proper to God?

Question 9
The Immutability of God
1. Whether God is utterly immutable?
2. Whether to be immutable is proper to God?

Question 10
The Eternity of God
1. Whether eternity is fittingly defined as the simultaneously whole and perfect possession of interminable life?
2. Whether God is eternal?
3. Whether to be eternal is proper to God?
4. Whether eternity differs from time?
5. On the difference between time and age.
6. Whether there is one such age?

Question 11
The Unity of God
1. Whether one adds anything to being?
2. Whether one and many are opposites?
3. Whether God is one?
4. Whether God is maximally one?

Question 12
How God is Known by Us
1. Whether it is possible for any created intellect to see God through his essence?
2. Whether the essence of God is seen by the created intellect through any likeness?
3. Whether it is possible for the essence of God to be seen with bodily eyes?
4. Whether it is possible for any created intellect to see the essence of God by its own nature?
5. Whether the created intellect needs any created light to see the essence of God?
6. Whether one sees the essence of God more perfectly than another?
7. Whether those who see God through his essence comprehend him?
8. Whether those who see God through his essence see all things in God?
9. Whether those things which are seen in God by those who see the divine essence are seen through any likeness?
10. Whether those who see God through his essence see everything which they see in him simultaneously?
11. Whether it is possible for anyone to see God through his essence in this life?
12. Whether we are able to know God in this life by natural reason?
13. Whether the knowledge of God had through grace is different from that which is had by natural reason?

Question 13
The Names of God
1. Whether any name befits God?
2. Whether any name is said of God substantially?
3. Whether any name is said of God properly?
4. Whether names said of God are synonymous names?
5. Whether those things said of both God and creatures are said of them univocally?
6. Whether such names are said of creatures prior to God?
7. Whether names which names which import relation to creatures are said of God temporally?
8. Whether the name "God" is the name of the nature?
9. Whether the name "God" is communicable?
10. Whether the name "God" is said univocally of God through participation, according to nature, and according to opinion?
11. Whether the name "He who is" is the most proper name of God?
12. Whether it is possible to form affirmative propositions about God?

Question 14
The Knowledge of God
1. Whether there is science in God?
2. Whether Whether God understands himself?
3. Whether God comprehends himself?
4. Whether God's act of understanding is his subsance?
5. Whether God knows other things besides himself?
6. Whether God knows other things besides himself by proper knowledge?
7. Whether the science of God is discursive?
8. Whether the science of God is the cause of things?
9. Whether God has science concerning non beings?
10. Whether God knows evil?
11. Whether God knows singular things?
12. Whether God can know infinite things?
13. Whether the science of God concerns future contingent things?
14. Whether God knows enunciable things?
15. Whether the knowledge of God is variable?
16. Whether God has speculative science concerning things?

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