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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | against ~those who deny one article of faith, we can argue from 2 1, 2 | demonstrated. For it ~is an article of faith that God exists. 3 1, 2 | shown in the body of the ~Article.~ 4 1, 3 | proved in the preceding Article; therefore He is not composed 5 1, 3 | shown in the ~preceding article, but also His own existence. 6 1, 3 | as shown in the preceding article. Therefore it is plain that ~ 7 1, 3 | shown in the body ~of the article; but, it also signifies 8 1, 5 | was said in the preceding ~article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[5] A[4] 9 1, 6 | was ~said in the preceding article, inasmuch as all desired 10 1, 6 | be explained in the next article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[6] A[2] 11 1, 7 | was said ~above, in this article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[7] A[1] 12 1, 7 | was shown in the preceding article, by the same rule, the ~ 13 1, 8 | was shown above in this article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[8] A[1] 14 1, 8 | substance, as was shown in this ~article; and therefore two modes 15 1, 10 | was said in the preceding article. But ~words denoting present, 16 1, 10 | appears from the preceding article. Hence, as ~God is supremely 17 1, 10 | appears from the first ~article. But God alone is altogether 18 1, 10 | shown ~above in the first article. Now aeviternity is not 19 1, 10 | above, in the preceding ~article; because even if aeviternal 20 1, 11 | appears from the preceding article. Therefore ~"one" is not 21 1, 12 | was shown in the preceding article, it is necessary that the ~ 22 1, 12 | deiform, as is said in ~this article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 23 1, 12 | above, in the preceding article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 24 1, 12 | it has been shown in this article that ~the more things are 25 1, 13 | According to the preceding article, our knowledge of God ~is 26 1, 13 | as said in the preceding article, ~all perfections existing 27 1, 13 | as was said in ~the first article, we give them concrete names 28 1, 46 | they began to exist in an article of Faith?~(3) How God is 29 1, 46 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is an article of faith that the world 30 1, 46 | would seem that it is not an article of faith but a ~demonstrable 31 1, 46 | that the world began, is an article of ~faith; for we say, " 32 1, 51 | stated in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore they cannot 33 1, 53 | locally, because it is an article of faith that ~Christ's 34 1, 53 | observed above in the preceding article, the local ~motion of an 35 1, 71 | WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must next consider the 36 1, 72 | WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 37 1, 47 | they began to exist in an article of Faith?~(3) How God is 38 1, 47 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is an article of faith that the world 39 1, 47 | would seem that it is not an article of faith but a ~demonstrable 40 1, 47 | that the world began, is an article of ~faith; for we say, " 41 1, 52 | stated in the previous article (ad 3). Therefore they cannot 42 1, 54 | locally, because it is an article of faith that ~Christ's 43 1, 54 | observed above in the preceding article, the local ~motion of an 44 1, 71 | WORK OF THE FIFTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must next consider the 45 1, 71 | WORK OF THE SIXTH DAY (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 46 1, 88 | was shown above in ~this article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 47 1, 88 | above explained in ~this article.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 48 2, 99 | and in the body of this article are not to be confused with 49 2, 109 | appears from the preceding article. And hence after ~anyone 50 2, 113 | ought to think on every article of faith when he is first ~ 51 2, 114 | given in the body of the article. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] 52 2, 1 | Summa ~Aurea] that "an article is an indivisible truth 53 2, 1 | contrary, Isidore says: "An article is a glimpse of Divine truth, ~ 54 2, 1 | I answer that, the word "article" is apparently derived from 55 2, 1 | says (Rhet. iv) that an article is ~composed of words each 56 2, 1 | is ~unseen, is a special article; whereas when several matters 57 2, 1 | the dead, wherefore the ~article of the Resurrection is distinct 58 2, 1 | Resurrection is distinct from the article of the Passion. ~But that 59 2, 1 | all these belong to one article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[6] 60 2, 1 | 3: This definition of an article is taken from an etymology 61 2, 1 | should not be set down as an article of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 62 2, 1 | there ought to be but one article about the Father and Son, ~ 63 2, 1 | been mentioned in a special article: and consequently it seems 64 2, 1 | Godhead, to which the first ~article refers; secondly, the trinity 65 2, 1 | in relation to which the article about the creation is proposed ~ 66 2, 1 | man are included in one article; ~while the third refers 67 2, 1 | relation to this ~another article is proposed to us concerning 68 2, 1 | For they include in one article the ~three about the three 69 2, 1 | Persons: while they divide the article referring to the work of ~ 70 2, 1 | conception and nativity into one ~article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[8] 71 2, 1 | are contained in the one article of the unity of God.~Aquin.: 72 2, 1 | Essence, to which the first article refers: ~but, as to the 73 2, 1 | for those who referred one article to the three ~Persons. Since, 74 2, 1 | hence the need for an article about the Person of the 75 2, 1 | necessary to appoint a third ~article about the Person of the 76 2, 1 | united together in one ~article, in so far as they are ordained 77 2, 5 | heretics who err in one article, have faith in others?~( 78 2, 5 | man who disbelieves one article of faith, can have lifeless ~ 79 2, 5 | heretic who disbelieves one article of ~faith, can have lifeless 80 2, 5 | in order to ~believe any article whatever of faith. Therefore 81 2, 5 | so is ~disbelief in one article of faith contrary to faith. 82 2, 5 | after ~a man disbelieves one article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[3] 83 2, 5 | heretic ~who disbelieves one article of faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 84 2, 5 | obstinately disbelieves one ~article of faith, is not prepared 85 2, 5 | heretic with regard to ~one article has no faith in the other 86 2, 11 | the ~corruption of some article of faith; and there may 87 2, 12 | OBJ 2: As stated in the article, it is not a question of 88 2, 26 | what has been said in ~the article, because the two arguments 89 2, 46 | THE PARTS OF PRUDENCE (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 90 2, 75 | sell it for the genuine article, for nothing ~prevents art 91 2, 78 | POTENTIAL PARTS OF JUSTICE (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 92 2, 86 | as stated in the ~same article, the solemnization of a 93 2, 88 | stated in the preceding article, there are two ways ~of 94 2, 96 | the reason stated in the ~Article. Secondly, there is perjury 95 2, 108 | stated in the ~preceding Article: and truth is a kind of 96 2, 108 | as stated above in this ~Article. Now it is not allowed to 97 2, 109 | stated in the ~preceding article, it follows that it is directly 98 2, 110 | stated (in the body of the article and Q[110], A[2]). Secondly, 99 2, 115 | stated in the foregoing Article (ad ~2). And since every 100 2, 115 | in this and the preceding Article, it belongs to ~liberality 101 2, 115 | aspect, a stated in this Article and above (A[2], ad ~3). 102 2, 116 | the reason given in ~the Article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 103 2, 116 | happiness, as stated in the Article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 104 2, 116 | distinguished as stated in the Article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 105 2, 120 | first, as stated in the Article. Especially ~is this true 106 2, 120 | the ~preamble, and in the Article that follows). Now superstition 107 2, 126 | PARTS OF FORTITUDE (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 108 2, 126 | stated in the body of the Article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[128] A[ 109 2, 130 | above (in the body of the Article and FS, Q[84], ~A[2]) pride 110 2, 132 | above and in the preceding Article. Now art is in the reason. ~ 111 2, 133 | declines, as stated in the Article. ~For he is called mean, 112 2, 135 | difference, as stated in the Article.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[137] A[ 113 2, 141 | TEMPERANCE, IN GENERAL (ONE ARTICLE)~We must now consider the 114 2, 142 | causes, as stated in the Article. In the average men it ~ 115 2, 148 | stated in the foregoing ~Article, consists in the immoderate 116 2, 151 | stated in the foregoing Article, is most necessary for the ~ 117 2, 152 | was said in the ~foregoing Article. It is also against Christ, 118 2, 152 | love, as ~stated in the Article. Wherefore the unlawful 119 2, 160 | stated in the foregoing Article. Therefore pride is not 120 2, 161 | stated in the foregoing Article, it follows that he coveted ~ 121 2, 162 | stated in the foregoing Article, on account of their ~sin, 122 2, 167 | stated in the foregoing Article, outward apparel should ~ 123 2, 168 | stated in the foregoing Article that adultery is ~forbidden 124 2, 169 | stated in ~the foregoing Article. Therefore prophecy is a 125 2, 171 | stated in the foregoing Article, the prophetic ~revelation 126 2, 175 | stated in the foregoing Article. Now it is becoming to a 127 2, 185 | otherwise, as stated in the Article. It is in this ~sense that 128 2, 186 | sake, as stated in the Article. Nor do these works preclude 129 2, 187 | solved in ~the body of the article.]~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 130 3, 1 | assigned in the preceding ~article have to do with a remedy 131 3, 2 | called an opinion, but an article ~of Catholic faith. So likewise 132 3, 14 | was said above in this article. But if we speak of necessity 133 3, 31 | strengthen faith, but as an ~article of faith. And therefore 134 3, 50 | I answer that, It is an article of faith that Christ was 135 3, 54 | Some editions give this article ~as the third, following 136 3, 75 | inquiry, that of the First Article; ~and substituted another 137 3, 77 | at the beginning of the article.~ 138 3, 82 | this prologue, he placed Article 10 immediately after Article ~ 139 3, 82 | Article 10 immediately after Article ~4 (Cf. Leonine edition).]~ 140 Suppl, 7 | moved to penance by the article of the Creed ~which is about 141 Suppl, 7 | moved to confession by the article which is about ~life everlasting, 142 Suppl, 7 | ad 2), it is based on the article about eternal ~life which 143 Suppl, 7 | looks to, rather than on the article about the Judgment, ~which 144 Suppl, 18| note at beginning of this article], ~but merely disposes the 145 Suppl, 18| at the beginning of this article] ~the operation of God Who 146 Suppl, 18| priest, has been said in the ~article.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[18] A[ 147 Suppl, 39| OBJ 1: As stated in the Article, not all that is necessary 148 Suppl, 42| Supplement and on ~that Article] to the infusion of grace.~ 149 Suppl, 50| MARRIAGE, IN GENERAL (ONE ARTICLE)~In the next place we must 150 Suppl, 56| intention of so doing [*See next Article, ad 3]: whereas ~disparity 151 Suppl, 58| Catholic ~Encyclopedia, article Canonical Impediments.]~ 152 Suppl, 64| debt? [*This and the Fourth Article are omitted in the Leonine 153 Suppl, 64| This and the previous article are ~omitted in the Leonine 154 Suppl, 64| at certain times? [*This article is ~omitted in the Leonine 155 Suppl, 69| heaven, since this is an article ~of faith. Therefore neither 156 Suppl, 71| saints is laid down as an article of faith. Secondly, ~through 157 Suppl, 79| has been explained in the Article how this is ~brought about.~


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