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christen 1
christendom 1
christi 4
christian 146
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147 private
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146 christian
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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christian

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1 1, 61 | Nazianzen, "whose authority in ~Christian doctrine is of such weight 2 1, 62 | Nazianzen, "whose authority in ~Christian doctrine is of such weight 3 1, 112 | conferred by God on man as a ~Christian, begin with his baptism; 4 2, 102 | or to the morals of ~the Christian people, which pertains to 5 2, 102 | called churches in which the Christian people gather together for ~ 6 2, 102 | signified the cleansing ~of the Christian people from sins: and the 7 2, 102 | foreshadow something touching the Christian ~mode of life.~Aquin.: SMT 8 2, 108 | the ~precepts whereby a Christian's life is formed."~Aquin.: 9 2, 108 | of forming the life of a Christian. ~Therein man's interior 10 2, 1 | Para. 2/2~Hence matters of Christian faith are said to contain 11 2, 10 | pagans or heathens; or the ~Christian faith is resisted after 12 2, 10 | in any way received the ~Christian faith, viz. with pagans 13 2, 10 | slave of a Jew became a ~Christian, he should forthwith receive 14 2, 10 | rites of idolatry, in ~fact Christian princes at first caused 15 2, 11 | Consequently he ~that holds the Christian faith aright, assents, by 16 2, 11 | from the ~rectitude of the Christian faith. First, because he 17 2, 11 | to those who ~profess the Christian faith, but corrupt its dogmas.~ 18 2, 11 | denoting a corruption of ~the Christian faith. Now it does not imply 19 2, 11 | imply a corruption of the Christian ~faith, if a man has a false 20 2, 11 | about matter touching the Christian faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 21 2, 12 | nevertheless had under him ~Christian soldiers, who when he said 22 2, 28 | says: "The sum total of a Christian's rule of life ~consists 23 2, 28 | and godliness." Now the Christian rule of life embraces ~every 24 2, 28 | 2: The sum total of the Christian religion consists in mercy, ~ 25 2, 30 | The sum total of the ~Christian religion consists in doing 26 2, 38 | Marcel. cxxxviii]: "If the Christian Religion forbade war ~altogether, 27 2, 58 | kindly motives, but ~that Christian should despise Christian 28 2, 58 | Christian should despise Christian by boasting his own ~righteousness, 29 2, 84 | can. ~xii]: "Let every Christian take care that he offer 30 2, 91 | in matters pertaining to ~Christian religion." Now it is a lie 31 2, 91 | that the ~good and true Christian rejects also superstitious 32 2, 93 | divinations which art, however, Christian and true piety rejects and ~ 33 2, 93 | concludes: "Thus a good Christian should beware of astrologers, 34 2, 94 | repudiated and avoided by Christian, even as other arts of vain 35 2, 97 | injury inflicted on the Christian people, for instance that ~ 36 2, 120 | Church and the custom of Christian people. For ~this observance 37 2, 122 | threatened in confession of the Christian faith, as in the case of ~ 38 2, 122 | being a ~witness to the Christian faith, which teaches us 39 2, 122 | it under pretext of the Christian faith, it is not ~evident 40 2, 122 | suffers this for love of the Christian faith, ~or rather through 41 2, 122 | men's things. But if as a ~Christian, let him not be ashamed, 42 2, 122 | Now a man is said to be a Christian because he holds the faith 43 2, 122 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A Christian is one who is Christ's. 44 2, 122 | concupiscences." Hence to suffer as a Christian is not only to suffer in 45 2, 145 | whereby the community of the ~Christian people, that is, of the 46 2, 145 | Now the liberty of the Christian ~people seems to be hindered 47 2, 145 | becoming and profitable to the Christian people, ~is a matter of 48 2, 145 | contradiction to the custom of ~Christian people, which as Augustine 49 2, 145 | the common custom of the Christian people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 50 2, 147 | unlawful to use wine under the Christian law.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] 51 2, 152 | things," says: "The whole of Christian teaching is ~summed up in 52 2, 152 | s works]) that of all a Christian's ~conflicts, the most difficult 53 2, 155 | is the sum total of the Christian ~religion." Therefore meekness 54 2, 159 | that "almost the ~whole of Christian teaching is humility." Consequently 55 2, 159 | Consequently nothing contained ~in Christian teaching is incompatible 56 2, 159 | incompatible with humility. Now Christian ~teaching admonishes us 57 2, 182 | Whether the perfection of the Christian life consists chiefly in 58 2, 182 | that the perfection of the Christian life does not ~consist chiefly 59 2, 182 | that the perfection of ~the Christian life does not chiefly consist 60 2, 182 | Therefore the perfection of the Christian life consists ~not only 61 2, 182 | Therefore the perfection of the Christian life consists radically 62 2, 182 | something of the kind. Now the ~Christian life consists chiefly in 63 2, 182 | Hence the perfection of the Christian life consists simply in ~ 64 2, 182 | Further, the perfection of the Christian life, as stated (A[1]), ~ 65 2, 182 | the perfection of the Christian ~life consists in charity. 66 2, 182 | if the perfection of ~the Christian life consists in observing 67 2, 182 | Further, the perfection of the Christian life is gauged according ~ 68 2, 182 | in respect of ~which the Christian life is said to be perfect, 69 2, 182 | essentially the perfection of the Christian ~life consists in charity, 70 2, 183 | the perfection of the ~Christian life does not essentially 71 2, 184 | For all perfection of the Christian life began with ~Christ' 72 2, 184 | to the perfection of the Christian life. Consequently ~the 73 2, 185 | brother he signifies every Christian, according to 1 Cor. 7:12, " 74 2, 185 | in the practice of the Christian religion ~when a man draws 75 2, 186 | orders ~might confuse the Christian people, as stated in the 76 2, 186 | reference to the perfection of Christian life (Mt. ~5:39): "I say 77 2, 186 | powers ~of the Lord," i.e. "Christian virtue," according to a 78 2, 186 | Now the ~perfection of Christian virtue, seemingly, pertains 79 2, 186 | Further, those who profess the Christian religion should profess ~ 80 2, 186 | schismatics have brought into the Christian religion.~Aquin.: SMT SS 81 2, 186 | belongs to the ~perfection of Christian life. Now those who possess 82 2, 186 | reach to the perfection of Christian life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 83 2, 186 | that the ~perfection of Christian life is diminished by having 84 2, 186 | with the perfection of ~Christian life. For our Lord did not 85 2, 187 | signifies the perfection of ~Christian life; and the renunciation 86 3, 1 | Volusian. cxxxvii): "The ~Christian doctrine nowhere holds that 87 3, 1 | Nativity (xxi): "Learn, O Christian, thy ~worth; and being made 88 3, 2 | altogether done away with, and Christian faith wholly overturned. ~ 89 3, 2 | grace every man is made a Christian, from the beginning of his 90 3, 7 | xv): "Every man becomes a Christian from the beginning of his 91 3, 7 | man is said to be made a ~Christian by the same grace whereby 92 3, 10 | know ~that it is not the Christian doctrine that God was united 93 3, 23 | of faith every man is a ~Christian." But other men are Christians 94 3, 23 | without ~meriting it to be a Christian, so did it happen that this 95 3, 25 | he is not accounted a ~Christian, but a follower of Eunomius 96 3, 39 | things the ~perfection of Christian life consists.~Aquin.: SMT 97 3, 42 | art is condemned by the Christian learning. "And yet they 98 3, 60 | should be removed from the Christian religion, according to ~ 99 3, 62 | which are necessary in the ~Christian life: thus Baptism is ordained 100 3, 62 | which are necessary in a Christian life, ~sacramental grace 101 3, 62 | Worship in regard to the ~Christian Religion. But it is manifest 102 3, 62 | inaugurated ~the Rites of the Christian Religion by offering "Himself - 103 3, 63 | according to the rite of the ~Christian life. Now whenever anyone 104 3, 63 | acknowledged and approved? Are the Christian sacraments, by ~any chance, 105 3, 63 | according to the rite of the Christian religion. Wherefore ~Dionysius ( 106 3, 63 | Now the whole rite ~of the Christian religion is derived from 107 3, 63 | who ~are deputed to the Christian worship, of which Christ 108 3, 63 | Contra Parmen. ii): "The Christian ~sacraments are not less 109 3, 65 | according to the religion of Christian life, and to be a remedy 110 3, 65 | they are ordained to the Christian life, ~not directly, but 111 3, 66 | kingdom, and be called a Christian after Christ." Or, as ~Ambrose 112 3, 67 | admitted to the body of the ~Christian people: and to do this seems 113 3, 67 | the lowest rank among the Christian ~people: and consequently 114 3, 67 | is often ~permissible for Christian laymen to baptize, in cases 115 3, 67 | baptized by ~someone, whether Christian or pagan you know not. If 116 3, 67 | concerning things pertaining to Christian faith and mode of ~life, 117 3, 67 | things pertaining to the Christian rule of life and faith are 118 3, 68 | things that pertain to the ~Christian mode of life. Thirdly, a 119 3, 68 | things pertaining to the Christian mode of life, they may the 120 3, 69 | life of glory. ~Wherefore a Christian receives grace in Baptism, 121 3, 71 | it is a profession of the Christian faith. Now in order ~that 122 3, 71 | instruction in the mode ~of Christian life: and this belongs to 123 3, 71 | and on the perfection of ~Christian life: this belongs to bishops " 124 3, 72 | spiritual regeneration ~unto Christian life, so also is Confirmation 125 3, 72 | face of the enemies of the Christian Faith. And ~therefore it 126 3, 72 | show ~publicly that he is a Christian: thus too the apostles after 127 3, 72 | is not yet enrolled as a Christian soldier. And therefore ~ 128 3, 72 | is already enrolled as a Christian soldier. For one who is 129 3, 80 | the Divine majesty, nor Christian ~discipline, for the Church' 130 3, 80 | for it. For since every Christian, from ~the fact that he 131 3, 80 | should enter the mouth of a Christian before other foods."~Aquin.: 132 3, 80 | enter into the mouth of a ~Christian before any other food must 133 3, 80 | when the devotion of the ~Christian faith was more flourishing, 134 3, 80 | because the multitude ~of the Christian people increased, in which 135 Suppl, 19| power from God. But kings of Christian peoples also receive ~power 136 Suppl, 19| Christ, they reign over the ~Christian people.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 137 Suppl, 23| with an ~excommunicated Christian.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[23] A[ 138 Suppl, 59| been ~received into the Christian faith" (Decretals, XXVIII, 139 Suppl, 59| with the perfection of the ~Christian religion, which makes a 140 Suppl, 59| derogatory to the perfection of Christian life, the highest state 141 Suppl, 65| natural ~law. Hence, when the Christian religion prevailed, this 142 Suppl, 80| heavens, and was identified by Christian writers ~with the abode 143 Suppl, 81| heavens, and was identified by Christian writers with the ~abode 144 Suppl, 96| Now this applies to every ~Christian. Therefore all Christians 145 Suppl, 96| have the foundation of the Christian faith. ~Therefore all such 146 Suppl, 96| says: "The sum total of a Christian's rule of ~life consists


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