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ungainly 1
ungenerated 4
ungodliness 5
ungodly 142
ungrateful 44
ungratefulness 1
unhappiness 71
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142 fellowship
142 gods
142 teach
142 ungodly
141 mass
141 morning
141 violence
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ungodly

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | the justification of the ~ungodly; and others to justice, 2 1, 21 | the justification of the ungodly, justice is seen, when God 3 2, 68 | to defend it against the ungodly, which latter the Apostle ~ 4 2, 69 | walked in the counsel of the ~ungodly"; and (Prov. 3:13): "Blessed 5 2, 69 | walked in the counsel of the ungodly," we must ~refer it to cleanness 6 2, 73 | apostate'; who calleth rulers ungodly." Therefore the condition 7 2, 79 | the destruction of the ungodly [*Vulg.: 'God made not death, 8 2, 100 | all men, both godly and ungodly, on account of ~the sin 9 2, 106 | outward fashion, that the ungodly ~might be afraid"; "here," 10 2, 111 | be defended against the ungodly."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[111] 11 2, 113 | the justification of ~the ungodly, which is the effect of 12 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly?~(2) Whether grace is required 13 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is a work of time or is ~ 14 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is God's greatest work?~( 15 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is miraculous?~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is the remission of sins?~ 17 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is not the ~remission of 18 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly, according to the Apostle ( 19 2, 113 | Him that justifieth the ungodly," etc. And because ~movement 20 2, 113 | called "justification of the ~ungodly."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] 21 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 22 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 23 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly, no infusion of grace is 24 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is required a movement of ~ 25 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly. For we see that by the 26 2, 113 | The justification of the ungodly is brought about by God ~ 27 2, 113 | is "that justifieth the ungodly" ~according to Rm. 4:5. 28 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 29 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly. For as a man is justified 30 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, than the movements of the ~ 31 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 32 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, it would ~seem that a man 33 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 34 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, inasmuch as man's mind 35 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly a movement of the mind ~ 36 2, 113 | the justification ~of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 37 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, a movement of ~charity 38 2, 113 | Him that justifieth the ungodly his faith is reputed to 39 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly an act of faith is required 40 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly there is required a movement ~ 41 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly. For charity alone suffices ~ 42 2, 113 | this justification of ~the ungodly no movement of the free-will 43 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly one sin is not ~remitted 44 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly, if man's free-will must 45 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly no movement of the free-will 46 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly ~is a certain movement whereby 47 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly there must be two acts ~ 48 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly is itself the remission 49 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 50 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 51 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly; for it ~is written (Is. 52 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, viz. the infusion of grace, 53 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is a ~movement whereby the 54 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly completed.~Aquin.: SMT FS 55 2, 113 | The justification of the ungodly is called the remission 56 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly takes place in an instant 57 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly does not take ~place in 58 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, there is required a movement 59 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly would seem to be successive.~ 60 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly there is required a movement 61 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly to be in an ~instant.~Aquin.: 62 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly, it would seem that the ~ 63 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly cannot be in an instant.~ 64 2, 113 | the justification ~of the ungodly takes place not all at once, 65 2, 113 | The justification of the ungodly is caused by the ~justifying 66 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly is not successive, but instantaneous.~ 67 2, 113 | entire justification of the ungodly consists as to ~its origin 68 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly by God takes place in an ~ 69 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly, is a consent to detest 70 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly the free-will simultaneously 71 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly must not be successive.~ 72 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 73 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly. For we withdraw from ~evil 74 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly, as stated above (A[7]). 75 2, 113 | the justification ~of the ungodly are simultaneous in time, 76 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly is not successive, as stated 77 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is the ~infusion of grace; 78 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is God's greatest work?~ 79 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is not God's ~greatest work. 80 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly that we ~attain the grace 81 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 82 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is ordained to the ~particular 83 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[113] A[ 84 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly God makes something from 85 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is not God's greatest work.~ 86 2, 113 | the justification of ~the ungodly, which terminates at the 87 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly shall endure."~Aquin.: SMT 88 2, 113 | grace that sanctifies the ungodly; and in this respect ~the 89 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly. Secondly, a thing may be 90 2, 113 | grace that justifies the ungodly is ~greater than the gift 91 2, 113 | exceeds the worthiness of the ungodly, who are worthy of ~punishment, 92 2, 113 | just, than to justify the ungodly. Certainly, if they both ~ 93 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is a miraculous work?~Aquin.: 94 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is a ~miraculous work. For 95 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is greater than the other 96 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly is a miraculous work.~Aquin.: 97 2, 113 | dead. Now the will of the ~ungodly is bent on evil. Hence, 98 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is ~miraculous.~Aquin.: 99 2, 113 | it is miraculous that the ungodly should be justified by ~ 100 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly is not beyond natural power; 101 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly is not miraculous.~Aquin.: 102 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly and the creation of the 103 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is not miraculous, because 104 2, 113 | the justification of the ungodly is sometimes miraculous ~ 105 2, 113 | the ~justification of the ungodly, as regards the good caused, 106 2, 113 | save God can justify the ungodly, ~even as nothing save fire 107 2, 113 | the justification of the ~ungodly by God is not miraculous 108 2, 114 | the justification of the ~ungodly, as stated above (Q[113], 109 2, 9 | to defend it against the ungodly."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[9] A[ 110 2, 30 | humble and ~give not to the ungodly." Now it happens sometimes 111 2, 30 | united to us are sinful and ungodly. Therefore we ought not 112 2, 56 | us, is that whereby the ~ungodly is justified it consists 113 2, 56 | the justification of the ungodly. Now this belongs to metaphorical ~ 114 2, 69 | 19:2): "Thou helpest the ~ungodly . . . and therefore thou 115 2, 69 | unjust cause, helps the ungodly. ~Therefore he sins and 116 2, 74 | Ecclus. 21:30): "While the ~ungodly curseth the devil, he curseth 117 2, 175 | be defended ~against the ungodly, is apparently what the 118 2, 184 | 19:2,3, "Thou helpest the ungodly, and thou ~art joined in 119 3, 6 | Him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith ~is reputed to 120 3, 7 | signifies that whereby the ungodly is justified, which has 121 3, 7 | but ~that it makes the ungodly to be just is accidental 122 3, 43 | What works - but that from ~ungodly he should be made righteous? . . . 123 3, 43 | being than to justify ~an ungodly one. Certainly if both are 124 3, 43 | us, than to justify the ~ungodly, which thing He so doth 125 3, 46 | to be reputed with the ~ungodly that He might destroy ungodliness 126 3, 51 | 53:9: "He shall give the ungodly for His burial," ~a gloss 127 3, 64 | namely, for a man from being ungodly to be made righteous, "than 128 3, 64 | the power of making the ungodly to be righteous. ~Since, 129 3, 64 | the justification of the ungodly is effected by the ~power 130 3, 64 | of the parricide hands of ungodly men." ~Therefore a sacrament 131 3, 69 | says that in order for the ungodly to be made righteous "Christ ~ 132 3, 69 | Him that justifieth the ungodly, his faith is reputed to ~ 133 3, 69 | Him that justifieth the ungodly." Therefore a child ~receives 134 3, 85 | the justification of the ungodly, ~the movement of the free-will 135 3, 85 | the ~justification of the ungodly; whereas in the order of 136 3, 85 | the justification of the ungodly, at the ~same time as the 137 3, 86 | the justification of the ~ungodly (as stated in the FS, Q[ 138 3, 86 | the justification of the ungodly there is not only an ~act 139 3, 89 | the justification of the ungodly, is ~the ultimate disposition 140 Suppl, 92| accidentally to make an ungodly man righteous. ~Accordingly, 141 Suppl, 94| vengeance on the flesh ~of the ungodly is fire and worms" (Ecclus. 142 Suppl, 94| Antichrist, "together with the ungodly and sinners will be cast


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