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heretic 41
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heretics 130
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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heretics

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1 1, 1 | thus we can argue with heretics from texts in Holy Writ, 2 1, 29 | The ~urgency of confuting heretics made it necessary to find 3 1, 29 | understood by the Latins, the heretics used this term ~to deceive 4 1, 29 | persons," so far from the heretics being silenced, they had 5 1, 29 | before it was attacked by heretics. ~Hence, this word "person" 6 1, 32 | arises from the ~obstinacy of heretics. For since we confess the 7 1, 63 | agree with those Manichean ~heretics who say that the devil's 8 1, 65 | 1~I answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible things 9 1, 65 | same as that of certain heretics of modern times, ~who say 10 1, 64 | agree with those Manichean ~heretics who say that the devil's 11 1, 66 | 1~I answer that, Certain heretics maintain that visible things 12 1, 66 | same as that of certain heretics of modern times, ~who say 13 2, 73 | arose the error of certain heretics, who not only hold all sins ~ 14 2, 102 | not in the conventicles of heretics.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 15 2, 102 | uncleanness of the assembly of heretics; the leprosy ~of a linen 16 2, 1 | persons be ~corrupted by heretics. It was this that gave rise 17 2, 1 | account of the obstinacy of heretics, one contains more ~explicitly 18 2, 1 | into hell had arisen among ~heretics, so that there was no need 19 2, 2 | having been corrupted by ~heretics, who are wont to corrupt 20 2, 2 | forward by philosophers or heretics in opposition to faith. 21 2, 5 | faith?~(3) Whether those heretics who err in one article, 22 2, 5 | Therefore it seems that heretics ~cannot believe any articles 23 2, 10 | such is the unbelief of heretics. Hence we ~may, in a general 24 2, 10 | important points than Jews and heretics; since they do not accept 25 2, 10 | and ~there is some good in heretics, since they venerate the 26 2, 10 | way of justice, ~whereas heretics and Jews have abandoned 27 2, 10 | this way the unbelief of heretics, who ~confess their belief 28 2, 10 | these in more points than heretics, the unbelief of heathens 29 2, 10 | the Jews than ~that of the heretics, except in such cases as 30 2, 10 | absolutely, the unbelief of ~heretics is the worst.~Aquin.: SMT 31 2, 10 | unbelievers, for instance, Jews or heretics, or ~pagans who strive to 32 2, 10 | it is not right to slay heretics, ~because if you do you 33 2, 10 | and professed it, such as heretics and all apostates: such ~ 34 2, 10 | excommunication but the slaying of heretics, as appears from the ~words 35 2, 10 | of obligation. Wherefore heretics should be compelled to keep 36 2, 10 | corrupting the ~faith, as heretics, or by entirely renouncing 37 2, 10 | tolerated the rites even of heretics and pagans, ~when unbelievers 38 2, 11 | which it is;~(3) Whether heretics should be tolerated?~(4) 39 2, 11 | Christ's Church, those are heretics, who hold mischievous ~and 40 2, 11 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heretics ought to be tolerated?~Aquin.: 41 2, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that heretics ought to be tolerated. For 42 2, 11 | snares of the devil." Now if heretics are not ~tolerated but put 43 2, 11 | Therefore it seems that heretics should be ~tolerated.~Aquin.: 44 2, 11 | that the cockle denotes heretics. ~Therefore heretics should 45 2, 11 | denotes heretics. ~Therefore heretics should be tolerated.~Aquin.: 46 2, 11 | answer that, With regard to heretics two points must be observed: 47 2, 11 | more reason is there for heretics, as soon as ~they are convicted 48 2, 11 | beside the intention ~of heretics, for it consists in the 49 2, 11 | day of Our ~Lord." Yet if heretics be altogether uprooted by 50 2, 11 | by the Church. Therefore heretics also ~should be received.~ 51 2, 11 | from this point of view, heretics who return after falling ~ 52 2, 11 | the good of one. Now if heretics were always ~received on 53 2, 11 | inconstancy in faith, as ~relapsed heretics do; hence the comparison 54 2, 12 | apostates from the faith, like ~heretics, are excommunicated, according 55 2, 36 | contend by disputing with heretics. Hence a ~gloss on 1 Kgs. 56 2, 36 | not raise contentions with heretics, unless they are first challenged 57 2, 36 | do not contend against heretics, but the reverse. But when, 58 2, 37 | that it does not remain in heretics and ~schismatics; and consequently 59 2, 64 | reason why these people are heretics was because severing themselves ~ 60 2, 69 | persons of ~ill-repute and heretics.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[71] A[ 61 2, 92 | of ~superstition. Just as heretics are unbelievers, so are 62 2, 92 | embraced also by certain heretics [*The ~Helcesaitae], who 63 2, 92 | this way ~nothing hinders heretics, if they knowingly corrupt 64 2, 92 | is ~different with other heretics, who confess their belief 65 2, 97 | who assail God's law, as heretics and blasphemers do. These 66 2, 98 | are reckoned with other heretics, as appears from Augustine' 67 2, 98 | from Augustine's ~book on heretics.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 68 2, 123 | unwillingly ordained by heretics, has an ~ostensible excuse."~ 69 2, 151 | a ~sufficient answer to heretics, if only they will understand 70 2, 186 | faithful against the errors of heretics and the ~temptations of 71 2, 186 | study of dissensions which heretics and ~schismatics have brought 72 2, 186 | not overlook those whom heretics delude by the deceitful 73 2, 186 | necessity of confounding heretics."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] 74 2, 187 | observances. Many, like the heretics and schismatics, have ~perverted 75 2, 187 | Therefore they ~would seem to be heretics or schismatics.~Aquin.: 76 2, 187 | statement that certain "heretics" and "schismatics ~have 77 3, 16 | heresy"; hence with us and heretics the very words ought ~not 78 3, 16 | their error. Now the ~Arian heretics said that Christ was a creature 79 3, 18 | opposition, as evil-minded heretics assert, but following His ~ 80 3, 19 | 18], A[1]), the aforesaid heretics ~who placed one will in 81 3, 29 | in contradiction to those heretics who disparaged one or the ~ 82 3, 39 | rend sound doctrines, as heretics do. Again, the dove has 83 3, 39 | at His ~baptism, as some heretics have stated: but He was 84 3, 64 | that he is a heretic. But heretics, seemingly, cannot confer ~ 85 3, 64 | says in an epistle against heretics (lxxiii): ~"Everything whatsoever 86 3, 64 | Everything whatsoever heretics do, is carnal, void and 87 3, 64 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: Some heretics in conferring sacraments 88 3, 64 | Cyprian, however, thought that heretics do not confer even the ~ 89 3, 64 | recognize Baptism conferred by heretics or schismatics, yet so ~ 90 3, 66 | certain schismatics and ~heretics who rebaptized: as Augustine ( 91 3, 66 | who have been ~baptized by heretics or sinners.~Aquin.: SMT 92 3, 66 | said in regard to other heretics. Therefore those whom the 93 3, 66 | Therefore those whom the heretics have ~baptized, should be 94 3, 66 | Quiricus, says: "Those heretics who are not baptized in 95 3, 66 | Eccles. Dogm. xxii: "Those heretics ~who have been baptized 96 3, 68 | of the Fathers that when heretics, ~baptized in the name of 97 3, 75 | authority the aforesaid heretics have taken ~occasion to 98 3, 82 | 7) Whether those who are heretics, schismatics, or excommunicated, 99 3, 82 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heretics, schismatics, and excommunicated 100 3, 82 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that heretics, schismatics, and excommunicated 101 3, 82 | nor true sacrifice." But heretics, ~schismatics, and excommunicated 102 3, 82 | the ~priesthood. Therefore heretics and the like cannot consecrate 103 3, 82 | such as those ~who are heretics, schismatics, and excommunicate, 104 3, 82 | remains in them," i.e. in heretics, schismatics, and those 105 3, 82 | Therefore, it ~seems that heretics, schismatics, and those 106 3, 82 | Some have contended that heretics, schismatics, and the ~excommunicate, 107 3, 82 | allowed to be conferred by heretics, and ~schismatics, because 108 3, 82 | even if they be sinful, or heretics, or excommunicate, ~perform 109 3, 82 | among the above, because heretics, ~schismatics, and excommunicates, 110 3, 83 | God, be they Gentiles, heretics, or Jews, until the mass 111 3, 84 | Penance. There were also other heretics who, as Augustine relates ~ 112 Suppl, 10| through ignorance, else ~heretics, who are not aware that 113 Suppl, 19| those who are schismatics, heretics, excommunicate, ~suspended 114 Suppl, 19| those who are schismatics, heretics, excommunicate, suspended 115 Suppl, 19| those who are schismatics, heretics, ~excommunicate, suspended 116 Suppl, 19| since the Church ~deprives heretics, schismatics and the like, 117 Suppl, 21| Church, as, for instance, for heretics and pagans. ~Therefore she 118 Suppl, 38| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether heretics and those who are cut off 119 Suppl, 38| OBJ 1: It would seem that heretics and those who are cut off 120 Suppl, 38| 25). For some said that heretics, so long as they are ~tolerated 121 Suppl, 38| Those who are ordained by heretics, although they receive ~ 122 Suppl, 72| foundations. ~For certain heretics asserted that all bodily 123 Suppl, 74| Civ. ~Dei xx, 7), certain heretics asserted that there will 124 Suppl, 76| erred and certain modern ~heretics err. For some of the philosophers 125 Suppl, 76| manner the errors of certain heretics are refuted. Some of them ~ 126 Suppl, 76| Moreover these same errors of heretics may be refuted by the fact 127 Suppl, 78| Turks maintain, and certain heretics known as the Chiliasts ~ 128 Suppl, 80| Body Para. 2/6~For certain heretics, as Augustine relates (De 129 Suppl, 80| Para. 3/6~Hence certain heretics said that the body will 130 Suppl, 95| through blindness of mind, as ~heretics, or through obstinacy, as


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