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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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believed

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1 1, 2 | seeing ~that some have believed God to be a body. Yet, granted 2 1, 8 | But others, though they believed that all things were subject 3 1, 12 | the ~vision of Him who is believed. Thus as far as faith falls 4 1, 22 | upon all, as some formerly believed. For to providence it belongs 5 1, 48 | is said to be in things, believed that ~evil was a positive 6 1, 68 | philosophers. Some of ~these believed it to be composed of the 7 1, 68 | difficult to be proved and ~believed."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 8 1, 68 | the same reason it may be ~believed that the waters above the 9 1, 75 | the philosophers of old believed that nothing existed ~but 10 1, 49 | is said to be in things, believed that ~evil was a positive 11 1, 69 | philosophers. Some of ~these believed it to be composed of the 12 1, 69 | difficult to be proved and ~believed."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[68] A[ 13 1, 69 | the same reason it may be ~believed that the waters above the 14 1, 74 | the philosophers of old believed that nothing existed ~but 15 1, 93 | the woman could not have ~believed the words of the serpent, 16 1, 93 | primitive state ~would not have believed it was so: but he might 17 1, 93 | was so: but he might have believed that such a ~thing was possible; 18 1, 101 | the east; for it ~is to be believed that it was situated in 19 1, 110 | requires that what is to be believed be ~proposed to the believer; 20 1, 110 | concerning what is to be believed; but also as regards ~what 21 2, 41 | against hope" of nature, "he believed in ~hope" of grace. Therefore 22 2, 98 | Abraham, and in which he believed, according to Rm. 4:11: ~ 23 2, 102 | reason that "against hope ~he believed in hope," i.e. against the 24 2, 102 | hope that is of nature he believed ~in the hope that is of 25 2, 102 | idolatry. For idolaters believed that if mice, lizards, ~ 26 2, 103 | of prophecy, it is to be believed that a ~heavenly instinct, 27 2, 103 | present; wherein nothing is ~believed in as lacking, nothing hoped 28 2, 103 | was commended in that he believed in ~God's promise concerning 29 2, 107 | New Law: since what ~they believed as future, we believe as 30 2, 114 | 12): "I know Whom I have believed, and I am certain that He 31 2, 1 | Whether the things to be believed should be divided into a 32 2, 1 | is proposed to us to ~be believed. Now not only things pertaining 33 2, 1 | are proposed to us to be believed, but also things ~concerning 34 2, 1 | the thing itself which is believed, and thus the object of 35 2, 1 | on the part of ~the thing believed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[2] 36 2, 1 | OBJ 2: Further, Abraham believed that Christ would be born, 37 2, 1 | did, so that ~what Abraham believed about Christ would have 38 2, 1 | 3: Further, the ancients believed in the future birth of Christ, 39 2, 1 | seen Me, Thomas, thou ~hast believed." Therefore vision and faith 40 2, 1 | manner." ~Therefore what is believed is seen.~Aquin.: SMT SS 41 2, 1 | intellect to that which is ~believed. Now the intellect assents 42 2, 1 | Thomas "saw one thing, and believed another" [*St. Gregory: ~ 43 2, 1 | they cannot be seen and believed ~at the same time, as shown 44 2, 1 | saw that they ought to be believed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[4] 45 2, 1 | things themselves that are believed; hence it does not follow 46 2, 1 | the same thing ~should be believed and seen by the same person. 47 2, 1 | vision or science for one, is believed by another: since we ~hope 48 2, 1 | which is proposed to be believed equally by all, is ~equally 49 2, 1 | faith, not because they are believed simply by all, ~but because 50 2, 1 | on the part of the thing believed, and thus there is one ~ 51 2, 1 | the same things are to be ~believed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[7] 52 2, 1 | those who lived later have believed, was contained, albeit ~ 53 2, 1 | in the number of articles believed explicitly, since to ~those 54 2, 1 | three Persons. ~For Arius believed in the omnipotence and eternity 55 2, 1 | several things have to be believed. Hence it ~is that there 56 2, 2 | which ~demonstrates what is believed, but a research into those 57 2, 2 | Further, those things must be believed, which are the object of ~ 58 2, 2 | the others should also be believed. ~But this is not true. 59 2, 2 | superfluous if these others be believed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[4] 60 2, 2 | whatever God proposes to be believed.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 61 2, 2 | certain things should be believed explicitly. Therefore ~all 62 2, 2 | before the state of sin, man believed, explicitly in Christ's ~ 63 2, 2 | 2/3~But after sin, man believed explicitly in Christ, not 64 2, 2 | veil of those sacrifices, ~believed them to be ordained by God 65 2, 2 | Likewise it is not to be believed that he was ~ignorant of 66 2, 2 | Divine providence, since they believed that God would ~deliver 67 2, 2 | and so the Trinity was not believed ~explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT 68 2, 2 | the mystery of Christ ~was believed explicitly by the learned, 69 2, 2 | since they make the thing believed to be seen, yet ~they do 70 2, 4 | faith for that which is believed, then, ~again, there is 71 2, 4 | one faith, since what is believed by all is one same ~thing: 72 2, 4 | thing: for though the things believed, which all agree in believing, 73 2, 4 | which are proposed to be believed, do not ~belong to the object 74 2, 4 | difference in the thing believed, but from the different 75 2, 4 | believers to the one thing believed, as also we have mentioned 76 2, 5 | object of ~faith, some are believed by one, and known manifestly 77 2, 5 | which ~is proposed to be believed. Now the formal object of 78 2, 6 | son liveth; and himself believed, and his whole house"; ~ 79 2, 8 | But the thing which is believed is not comprehended, according 80 2, 8 | that are proposed to be believed, yet they understand that 81 2, 8 | things must be proposed to be believed by man, not as seen, but 82 2, 8 | believing what is proposed to be believed, ~without understanding 83 2, 9 | that are proposed to be believed, ~and this pertains to the 84 2, 9 | to discern what is to be believed, from what is not to be ~ 85 2, 9 | from what is not to be ~believed, and for this the gift of 86 2, 9 | discerning things to be ~believed from things not to be believe: 87 2, 10 | according to Is. 53:1: "Who hath believed our report?" It is this ~ 88 2, 10 | to the sin whereby they believed not in Christ."~Aquin.: 89 2, 11 | matter of faith is the thing believed. Now heresy is ~not only 90 2, 13 | was born, and those of old believed that He would be ~born. 91 2, 16 | on the part of the things believed, it may have a mean ~and 92 2, 16 | faith, i.e. of the thing believed, because by hope we ~enter 93 2, 17 | 12, "I know Whom I have believed, and I am certain that He 94 2, 21 | since, unless man already believed and hoped, it would be ~ 95 2, 25 | faith, but all things are believed equally. Neither, therefore, 96 2, 31 | repeating ~it to make it believed of all": and also because 97 2, 68 | against them should not be believed indiscriminately, ~unless 98 2, 71 | intends and aims at being believed. It is ~therefore evident 99 2, 87 | Gospel; and by the saints who believed this truth and kept it.~ 100 2, 92 | of its soul, which they believed to be God, for they held 101 2, 92 | human souls, which they believed to be taken up into the ~ 102 2, 92 | done by him that the people believed him to act ~honestly."~Aquin.: 103 2, 93 | mingled with it, for it is believed to be founded not ~on a 104 2, 107 | live together, unless they believed one ~another, as declaring 105 2, 108 | with the intention of being believed, but merely for the sake 106 2, 161 | 30), "the woman ~had not believed the serpent's statement 107 2, 161 | the result being that she believed the demon to have spoken ~ 108 2, 161 | the man. ~For the woman believed in the serpent's persuasive 109 2, 162 | lit. xi, 40): "It is to be believed that even in the ~visible 110 2, 169 | to those which are to be believed by all and are ~matters 111 2, 169 | knowledge of the things believed, but with a man's ~certitude 112 2, 183 | these commandments if they believed themselves bound ~to observe 113 3, 1 | midst, or would not have believed had ~they been wrought, 114 3, 4 | although some say Plato believed that the separate man was 115 3, 6 | already born; so the ancients ~believed in Him as about to be born, 116 3, 7 | things as are not seen are believed." But faith in things seen 117 3, 11 | of faith about all things believed, ~as was said in the SS, 118 3, 15 | this reason, because they believed that only the virtuous is ~ 119 3, 18 | hypostasis; because they believed that ~Christ's human nature 120 3, 20 | all that befell Christ is believed to ~have happened by Divine 121 3, 27 | conspicuous, it is to be ~believed that entire freedom from 122 3, 27 | that the infant in her womb believed, but that ~it 'leaped': 123 3, 28 | Helvid. ix), ~is rather to be believed to have remained a virgin, " 124 3, 28 | the Mother of God is ~not believed to have taken an absolute 125 3, 30 | Further, the Blessed Virgin believed in the Incarnation, for 126 3, 31 | Jews there were some ~who believed that, on account of the 127 3, 36 | the Jews. Yet it is to be believed that certain signs of Christ' 128 3, 36 | first-fruits of the Gentiles" that believed in Christ; because their ~ 129 3, 38 | the Holy Ghost ~since ye believed? But they said to him: We 130 3, 38 | uttered, but because it is believed?" Whence ~it is clear that 131 3, 38 | John's baptism, and who believed in the Father, Son, and 132 3, 41 | have not ~seen and have believed." And therefore, in order 133 3, 43 | king's ring, it is to be believed that ~what they contain 134 3, 43 | and brake: It ~was to be believed of Him, both that He is 135 3, 43 | added: 'And His disciples ~believed in Him,'" not because they 136 3, 43 | not because they then believed in Him for the first ~time, 137 3, 43 | but because then "they believed with greater discernment 138 3, 43 | the faith of those ~(who believed): but when the disciples 139 3, 43 | those, but the very nations believed . . . (Tract. lxxii). Did 140 3, 44 | to be whole in body; he ~believed, so as to be whole in soul." 141 3, 46 | But the ~Fathers of old believed that Christ would suffer. 142 3, 46 | appeared, men would not have believed Him when He ~spoke of His 143 3, 46 | unprofitable, they ~accordingly believed it to be altogether discordant 144 3, 46 | in the midst, the one who believed was delivered, the other 145 3, 46 | Him, but afterwards one believed in Him on ~witnessing the 146 3, 47 | For although some of them believed in ~Him, yet the multitude 147 3, 49 | set at ~liberty since they believed in Him whom the devil slew, 148 3, 49 | earthly paradise, where he is believed to ~live with Elias until 149 3, 50 | another reason. For he believed the union of soul and flesh 150 3, 51 | nature, lest it might not be believed to be ~voluntary: and therefore 151 3, 52 | Consequently, it is to be ~believed that His soul was in hell, 152 3, 54 | thus it was that Thomas ~believed, to whom it was said: "Because 153 3, 54 | seen Me, Thomas, thou ~hast believed" (Jn. 20:29).~Aquin.: SMT 154 3, 55 | have not seen, and ~have believed." Consequently, it seems 155 3, 55 | seen Me, Thomas, thou hast believed,' saw one ~thing and believed 156 3, 55 | believed,' saw one ~thing and believed another" [*Gregory, Hom. 157 3, 55 | whereas she as yet believed in Him but carnally, since 158 3, 60 | spoken, ~but because it is believed?"~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[60] A[ 159 3, 60 | voice, "but because it is believed" in accordance ~with the 160 3, 62 | spoken, but because it is believed." But ~our faith regards 161 3, 66 | on one day three thousand believed, and on ~another five thousand: 162 3, 70 | of Abraham's ~faith, who believed that himself would be the 163 3, 70 | that faith whereby Abraham ~believed that Christ would be born 164 3, 74 | consequently Christ is ~believed to have instituted this 165 3, 74 | institution: for it is ~believed with probability that our 166 3, 75 | Consecration, they are to be ~believed to be nothing else than 167 3, 80 | approach a woman whom he believed to be his wife whereas she 168 3, 82 | the error of priests ~who believed they could consecrate the 169 3, 84 | 2, ~although it is to be believed that He baptized His disciples, 170 Suppl, 8 | confession, the penitent is believed whether he speak ~for himself 171 Suppl, 35| Order. Yet it may piously be believed that as regards the ~ultimate 172 Suppl, 67| she would not have been believed. Wherefore according to ~ 173 Suppl, 71| rest for his soul: for they believed ~that the soul could not 174 Suppl, 71| of promise, where ~they believed Christ's birth and death 175 Suppl, 72| Nevertheless, it is to be believed that ~they help their neighbor 176 Suppl, 72| about water, since it is believed ~to have the power of cleansing 177 Suppl, 72| because, to ~wit, water is believed to have in itself the power 178 Suppl, 74| resurrection, as is piously believed concerning the Blessed ~ 179 Suppl, 74| because the sun and moon are believed to have been created in 180 Suppl, 86| judged." Now all the good believed in Him. Therefore they will 181 Suppl, 93| Divine inspiration, as is ~believed to have been the case with 182 Suppl, 93| the objection refers are believed to have ~brought death on 183 Suppl, 93| occasion of ~his dying, he is believed to merit the aureole: although 184 Suppl, 94| that "hell is stated or believed to be under the earth," ~ 185 Suppl, 94| reason why it is stated or believed to be under the earth."


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