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unbefitting 4
unbegotten 61
unbelief 297
unbeliever 90
unbelievers 219
unbelieving 32
unbent 1
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90 retain
90 rewards
90 sit
90 unbeliever
90 vital
90 xiii
89 actuality
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unbeliever

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1 2, 63 | The whole life of an unbeliever is a sin: and there is no 2 2, 68 | believer and confound the unbeliever. It is in this sense that 3 2, 73 | greater harm. Thus, an unbeliever who has heard nothing about 4 2, 89 | grace of Baptism, which the unbeliever ~has not. Therefore every 5 2, 89 | act of concupiscence in an unbeliever, even ~without his consent, 6 2, 89 | in a believer than in an unbeliever, but much ~more so. For 7 2, 89 | more so. For the sins of an unbeliever are more deserving of forgiveness, ~ 8 2, 89 | A[3]). Therefore in an unbeliever, in ~whom original sin is 9 2, 89 | has with another. But an unbeliever in ~the state of original 10 2, 105 | wherefore he was slain as an unbeliever.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 11 2, 1 | denies, he is considered an ~unbeliever. Therefore faith also is 12 2, 4 | in a ~believer than in an unbeliever. Now by coming to an unbeliever 13 2, 4 | unbeliever. Now by coming to an unbeliever it causes ~the habit of 14 2, 4 | than when it comes to ~an unbeliever: since it causes faith in 15 2, 10 | faith, which is to be an unbeliever, is not a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 16 2, 10 | that a man be called an unbeliever, merely because he has ~ 17 2, 10 | heretic." But a heretic is an unbeliever. Therefore we ought not 18 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: An unbeliever is more severely punished 19 2, 10 | by ~a believer, and by an unbeliever, the believer, other things 20 2, 10 | sins more gravely than the unbeliever, both on account of his 21 2, 10 | Whether every act of an unbeliever is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 22 2, 10 | seem that each act of an unbeliever is a sin. Because a ~gloss 23 2, 10 | Therefore every action of an unbeliever is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 24 2, 10 | Cornelius, while yet an unbeliever (Acts ~10:4,31), that his 25 2, 10 | not every ~action of an unbeliever is a sin, but some of his 26 2, 10 | end of faith, so too, an ~unbeliever can do a good deed in a 27 2, 10 | observed that he was not an ~unbeliever, else his works would not 28 2, 10 | while ~the things which an unbeliever disbelieves are the matter 29 2, 10 | various points which the unbeliever disbelieves.~Aquin.: SMT 30 2, 10 | species. Now ~a man may be an unbeliever through erring about different 31 2, 10 | doubtful of ~the faith and an unbeliever. On the other hand, it is 32 2, 10 | referring to Nero, who was an unbeliever. Therefore unbelievers can 33 2, 10 | believer can be subject to an ~unbeliever, for he may work on an unbeliever' 34 2, 10 | unbeliever, for he may work on an unbeliever's farm. Therefore ~unbelievers 35 2, 10 | likewise if, when yet an unbeliever, he had been bought for 36 2, 10 | says (1 Cor. 7:15): "If the unbeliever depart, let him ~depart. 37 2, 12 | apostate from the faith is an unbeliever. Now we find ~that certain 38 2, 19 | whoever despairs, is an unbeliever.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 39 2, 19 | condemned heresy, is an unbeliever. ~But he that despairs seems 40 2, 19 | whoever despairs, is an unbeliever.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 41 2, 19 | everyone who ~despairs, is an unbeliever.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 42 2, 19 | infinite, he would be an unbeliever. But he who despairs judges 43 2, 22 | that the actions which an ~unbeliever performs as an unbeliever, 44 2, 22 | unbeliever performs as an unbeliever, are always sinful, even 45 2, 32 | oneself from God. Now an ~unbeliever who has not even knowledge 46 2, 37 | grievously than a particular unbeliever, either because his contempt ~ 47 2, 95 | as a man is ~more of an unbeliever if he be confirmed in his 48 2, 160 | fornication; yet he is not an ~unbeliever, as he would be, were he 49 2, 174 | whereas by prophecies the unbeliever is convinced, ~because the 50 2, 185 | honorable and a light to the unbeliever: and you must not covet ~ 51 3, 42 | His words are night to the unbeliever. His ~meaning, therefore, 52 3, 57 | the faithful beside the unbeliever is to put the unbeliever 53 3, 57 | unbeliever is to put the unbeliever to shame"; ~wherefore he 54 3, 63 | distinguished from the ~unbeliever by the sacraments of the 55 3, 64 | it be impossible ~for an unbeliever to confer a sacrament?~( 56 3, 64 | have faith, and even an unbeliever can confer a true sacrament, ~ 57 3, 80 | Reply OBJ 2: Should even an unbeliever receive the sacramental 58 3, 80 | food. ~Unless perchance the unbeliever were to intend to receive 59 3, 80 | Q[61], A[2]). Hence the ~unbeliever who receives this sacrament 60 Suppl, 38| own faith, since he is an unbeliever, nor by the faith of the 61 Suppl, 59| a believer can marry an unbeliever?~(2) Whether there is marriage 62 Suppl, 59| a believer can marry an unbeliever?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 63 Suppl, 59| a believer can marry an unbeliever. For Joseph ~married an 64 Suppl, 59| worship, since one was an unbeliever and ~the other a believer. 65 Suppl, 59| between a believer and ~an unbeliever, as evidenced by Dt. 21: 66 Suppl, 59| between a believer and an unbeliever in the case where a ~condition 67 Suppl, 59| worship between believer ~and unbeliever, so can there be between 68 Suppl, 59| real chastity between an ~unbeliever and his wife, and these 69 Suppl, 59| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: An unbeliever does not sin in having intercourse 70 Suppl, 59| with his wife who is an unbeliever and is unwilling to be ~ 71 Suppl, 59| married while he was yet an unbeliever. For ~where the danger is 72 Suppl, 59| is forbidden to marry an unbeliever for fear of being turned ~ 73 Suppl, 59| believer remain with the ~unbeliever whom he had married previously, 74 Suppl, 59| converted, cannot remain with an unbeliever.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 75 Suppl, 59| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, "An unbeliever cannot remain united to 76 Suppl, 59| wife, at any rate, if as an unbeliever he ~married her within the 77 Suppl, 59| 4: Further, sometimes an unbeliever has several wives recognized 78 Suppl, 59| he married while yet an ~unbeliever, it would seem that even 79 Suppl, 59| conversion may remain with the unbeliever in the ~hope of her conversion, 80 Suppl, 59| are bound. Wherefore an unbeliever is not truly ~married save 81 Suppl, 59| it is not lawful for an unbeliever to divorce his wife. Hence ~ 82 Suppl, 59| husband, when he married an unbeliever, knew that she ~was an unbeliever, 83 Suppl, 59| unbeliever, knew that she ~was an unbeliever, it would seem that in like 84 Suppl, 59| the believer put aside the unbeliever, even after his conversion 85 Suppl, 59| which is unfitting between unbeliever and believer as ~appears 86 Suppl, 59| no comparison between an unbeliever and a ~bondswoman.~Aquin.: 87 Suppl, 59| enter another life ~as an unbeliever by being baptized. Hence 88 Suppl, 59| must be made. For if the ~unbeliever be willing to cohabit without 89 Suppl, 59| marry again. But if the ~unbeliever refuse to cohabit without 90 Suppl, 59| dissolved by adultery, else the unbeliever would be free to ~give a


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