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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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saved

    Part, Question
1 1, 19 | will have all men to be saved, and to ~come to the knowledge 2 1, 19 | will have all men to be ~saved," etc. can be understood 3 1, 19 | God wills all men to be saved that are ~saved, not because 4 1, 19 | men to be saved that are ~saved, not because there is no 5 1, 19 | man whom He does not wish saved, but ~because there is no 6 1, 19 | because there is no man saved whose salvation He does 7 1, 19 | class and condition to be saved, ~males and females, Jews 8 1, 19 | antecedently wills ~all men to be saved, but consequently wills 9 1, 19 | Enchiridion 103): "No one is saved, except ~whom God has willed 10 1, 19 | whom God has willed to be saved. He must therefore be asked 11 1, 21 | inasmuch as the Jews were saved on account of the promises 12 1, 23 | predestined will ~infallibly be saved?~(7) Whether the number 13 1, 23 | predestined must necessarily be saved; yet ~a conditional necessity, 14 1, 23 | God "wills all ~men to be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4). Therefore, 15 1, 23 | God wills all men to be saved by His antecedent will, ~ 16 1, 23 | according to His mercy He saved us." But as He ~saved us, 17 1, 23 | He saved us." But as He ~saved us, so He predestined that 18 1, 23 | predestined that we should be saved. Therefore, ~foreknowledge 19 1, 23 | Therefore the number to be saved pre-ordained by ~God cannot 20 1, 23 | then, the number of the ~saved were fixed by God at a certain 21 1, 23 | figure, there would be more saved ~than lost. Yet the contrary 22 1, 23 | pre-ordained by God to be saved is not certain.~Aquin.: 23 1, 23 | hundred or a thousand would be saved; not ~however these or those 24 1, 23 | He knows how many will be saved (for in this way ~the number 25 1, 23 | that so many men ~will be saved as angels fell; some, so 26 1, 23 | original sin, those who are saved are in the minority. In ~ 27 1, 62 | salvation of such as are saved by ~their ministrations, 28 1, 63 | sin, or in those who are saved; for God knows beforehand 29 1, 64 | others to be damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, sorrow must 30 1, 63 | salvation of such as are saved by ~their ministrations, 31 1, 64 | sin, or in those who are saved; for God knows beforehand 32 1, 65 | others to be damned, who ~are saved. Consequently, sorrow must 33 1, 99 | as ~were destined to be saved by the Redeemer." Therefore 34 1, 107 | still those who are ~already saved will be enlightened through 35 1, 107 | say that not all who are saved are assumed into the angelic ~ 36 1, 110 | 2:8: "By grace you are saved ~through faith, and that 37 2, 5 | according to Rm. ~8:24: "We are saved by hope"; or on account 38 2, 19 | He wills all men to be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4); but He wills 39 2, 58 | of Moses, you cannot ~be saved." Sometimes it means a natural 40 2, 63 | 2:8: "By ~grace you are saved through faith." Therefore 41 2, 69 | says (Rm. 8:24): "We are saved by hope." Again, we hope ~ 42 2, 87 | whereas if the principle be saved, ~defects can be repaired 43 2, 89 | hay and stubble, "shall be saved ~yet so as by fire" (1 Cor. 44 2, 89 | venial sin, will not be saved, even by fire, e.g. when 45 2, 89 | hay and stubble, "shall be saved yet so as by fire," so that 46 2, 89 | which signifies to be saved; whereas the Apostle says 47 2, 89 | hay, and stubble "shall be saved yet so as by fire." ~Consequently 48 2, 89 | burnt, while ~the house is saved, so also venial sins are 49 2, 89 | this life, and yet ~he is saved for ever.~Aquin.: SMT FS 50 2, 89 | hay and ~stubble, shall be saved as by fire, but only those 51 2, 89 | consequently he will not be saved so as by fire.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 91 | will have all ~men to be saved, and to come to the knowledge 53 2, 91 | men, whereby we must be saved." Consequently the law that 54 2, 98 | will have all men ~to be saved." But the Old Law did not 55 2, 98 | the human race was to be saved through ~Christ. Wherefore 56 2, 98 | Further, the Jews could not be saved without observing the Old ~ 57 2, 98 | therefore other ~men could be saved without the observance of 58 2, 98 | if they could have been ~saved without the observance of 59 2, 98 | Therefore none could be saved ~without observing the Law.~ 60 2, 98 | Therefore some could be saved without ~observing the Law.~ 61 2, 98 | religious, although they can be saved without this.~Aquin.: SMT 62 2, 102 | cooperation of those who ~are saved.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] A[ 63 2, 105 | if the animal had been saved through being lent, the 64 2, 106 | will have all men to be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4), ~commanded 65 2, 114 | another, that you may be ~saved." Hence, since man's salvation 66 2, 2 | men, whereby we must be saved." ~Therefore belief of some 67 2, 2 | If, ~however, some were saved without receiving any revelation, 68 2, 2 | revelation, they were not ~saved without faith in a Mediator, 69 2, 5 | 2:8: ~"By grace you are saved through faith . . . for 70 2, 6 | 8,9): "By grace you are saved ~through faith, and that 71 2, 10 | fathers of old that they ~were saved in the faith of their parents; 72 2, 11 | that his "spirit may be saved in the day of Our ~Lord." 73 2, 16 | another that you may be saved." Therefore we can hope 74 2, 21 | And since in order to be ~saved it is man's duty to hope 75 2, 31 | that we ~wish all to be saved." Consequently we ought 76 2, 38 | common weal (whereby many are saved from ~being slain, and innumerable 77 2, 45 | to many, that they may be saved." Moreover it is contrary 78 2, 62 | rather are protected and saved by the slaying of the wicked, 79 2, 81 | Thy face, and we shall be saved," and again in ~Ps. 118: 80 2, 81 | will have all men to be saved."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 81 2, 81 | another, that ~you may be saved."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 82 2, 91 | name of the Lord shall be saved." Now whoever worships God ~ 83 2, 99 | Our Lord by so doing ~saved him from many evils, such 84 2, 116 | of him that "he shall be saved, yet so as by fire." Therefore ~ 85 2, 126 | to ~the end he shall be saved." Therefore perseverance 86 2, 135 | to the end, he shall be saved." Hence it ~is incompatible 87 2, 178 | face, and my soul has been ~saved." Now the vision of God' 88 3, 1 | But more would have been saved had God ~become incarnate 89 3, 1 | Divine power, ~which has saved men in several ways - not 90 3, 2 | according to His mercy He saved ~us, by the laver of regeneration." 91 3, 4 | man all the rest should be saved.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] A[6] 92 3, 22 | another that you ~may be saved." And so we may say that 93 3, 25 | foolishness; but to them that are ~saved - that is, to us - it is 94 3, 27 | of all, needed not to be saved, the ~purity of the Blessed 95 3, 36 | afterwards "all Israel" shall "be saved," as is ~written (Rm. 11: 96 3, 37 | through Him all men might be ~saved, therefore He was becomingly 97 3, 37 | words indicate from what He saved us, viz. from the devil, 98 3, 37 | first-born of Israel being saved; which law is set down Ex. 99 3, 42 | send of them that shall be saved," i.e. of the Jews, ~"to 100 3, 44 | but ~that the world may be saved by Him." Therefore it was 101 3, 46 | sea, overthrew Pharaoh and saved the people of God. the same ~ 102 3, 46 | those on the right being saved by the justification of 103 3, 48 | cross ~to them that are saved . . . is the power of God." 104 3, 50 | nor would we have been saved in very truth. But in the ~ 105 3, 50 | namely, that of the body, "saved us from our two deaths," 106 3, 52 | comparatively, as if more were saved by ~Christ's grace than 107 3, 61 | reconciled, shall we be saved by His life." Therefore 108 3, 61 | the ancient Fathers were saved through faith in ~Christ' 109 3, 61 | future coming, so are we saved through faith in Christ' 110 3, 62 | written (Titus 3:5): "He saved us by the laver of ~regeneration."~ 111 3, 65 | 3: Further, a man can be saved without the sacrament of 112 3, 65 | the contrary, Children are saved by Baptism alone without 113 3, 66 | a few . . . souls ~were saved in the ark [Vulg.: 'by water']," 114 3, 66 | not only the martyrs are saved. Therefore the Baptism of 115 3, 67 | will have all men to ~be saved" (1 Tim. 2:4) that in those 116 3, 68 | 2) Whether a man can be saved without Baptism?~(3) Whether 117 3, 68 | Christ's coming men ~could be saved without Baptism: therefore 118 3, 68 | of Christ, could men ~be saved unless they became members 119 3, 68 | men, whereby ~we must be saved." But before Christ's coming, 120 3, 68 | 1/1~Whether a man can be saved without Baptism? ~Aquin.: 121 3, 68 | seems that no man can be saved without Baptism. For our 122 3, 68 | God." But those alone are saved who enter ~God's kingdom. 123 3, 68 | kingdom. Therefore none can be saved without Baptism, by which 124 3, 68 | possible for anyone to be ~saved without Baptism, this would 125 3, 68 | it seems that none can be saved ~without Baptism.~Aquin.: 126 3, 68 | but he ~himself shall be saved, yet so as by fire" as is 127 3, 68 | so far as man cannot be saved without, at least, Baptism 128 3, 68 | appointed by the ~Church, he is saved, yet "so as by fire," as 129 3, 68 | and is baptized, shall be saved." Therefore it seems ~that 130 3, 68 | and ~is baptized, shall be saved."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[68] A[ 131 3, 68 | for such are not to be ~saved against their will, but 132 3, 68 | children of the ancients "were saved through the faith of their 133 3, 68 | reason, therefore, can it be saved ~through the gift of Christ, 134 3, 69 | says (Titus 3:5,6): "He saved us by the ~laver of regeneration," 135 3, 69 | and is ~baptized, shall be saved." But it is by faith that 136 3, 70 | will have all men ~to be saved." Wherefore Baptism is offered 137 3, 71 | being baptized, it is not saved. But the effects of what 138 3, 71 | and is baptized shall be saved." ~Therefore what is done 139 3, 72 | salvation. But ~man can be saved without Confirmation: since 140 3, 72 | before being confirmed, are saved. Therefore Confirmation 141 3, 80 | Therefore, a man cannot ~be saved without desiring to receive 142 3, 80 | to children, who can be saved without the Eucharist, but 143 3, 87 | by Whose grace you are saved." Therefore ~venial sins 144 3, 87 | stubble" that "he shall be saved, yet so as by fire." Now 145 Suppl, 6 | a man so that he may be saved without Baptism, nor ~that 146 Suppl, 6 | Baptism, nor ~that he be saved without confession, in so 147 Suppl, 72| He wishes all men to be saved" [*Cf. FP, Q[19], A[6], 148 Suppl, 72| fellowship of those who will be saved, and ~their consent to God' 149 Suppl, 72| pre-ordained that they shall be saved through the ~prayers of 150 Suppl, 77| afterwards done penance and is ~saved, cannot be rewarded at the 151 Suppl, 86| that just as, among the saved, order will be ~observed 152 Suppl, 86| wherefore they will be saved ~but will not be judged. 153 Suppl, 86| judged, and yet they will be saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[89] A[ 154 Suppl, 89| Thy face and we shall ~be saved"; and Jn. 14:8, "Show us 155 Suppl, 93| because ~all who are to be saved are comprised under one 156 Suppl, 93| three, since no ~one is saved who lacks continence, and 157 Suppl, 93| common to all who will be saved. For not only the essential 158 Suppl, 93| without which one cannot be saved. Yet it may be said that 159 Suppl, 93| becoming to all who will be saved, as is evidently the ~case 160 Suppl, 93| be of the number of the ~saved. But this would seem unreasonable, 161 Suppl, 95| damnation of those who are ~saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 162 Suppl, 95| were damned, and others ~saved, than if some of their kindred 163 Suppl, 95| some of their kindred were saved. For this reason the rich ~ 164 Suppl, 96| fulfilled in the others who are saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 165 Suppl, 96| and is ~baptized shall be saved" (Mk. 16:16). Now this applies 166 Suppl, 96| Christians will at length be saved.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[99] A[ 167 Suppl, 96| all Christians will be ~saved at length.~Aquin.: SMT XP 168 Suppl, 96| but he ~himself shall be saved, yet so as by fire" (1 Cor. 169 Suppl, 96| all such persons will be saved in the end.~Aquin.: SMT 170 Suppl, 96| whosoever ~dieth shall be saved. But to this faith not only 171 Suppl, 96| yet "he himself shall be saved" in the end "by fire," either 172 Appen1, 2| Cor. 3:15, "He shall be saved, yet so," ~etc. says: "This


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