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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | in Holy Scripture either explicitly or implicitly. But although 2 1, 36 | the west, the matter ~was explicitly defined by the authority 3 1, 41 | same as if I said more ~explicitly, of the essence of the Father."~ 4 1, 41 | same as if I said more ~explicitly, of the essence of the Father."~ 5 2, 107 | down in the New Testament explicitly and ~openly as a point of 6 2, 107 | of their being set forth explicitly. ~But as to the substance 7 2, 107 | implicitly needs to be declared ~explicitly. Hence after the publishing 8 2, 108 | But the New Law declared explicitly ~certain points of faith 9 2, 108 | which were not set forth explicitly in the Old ~Law; for instance, 10 2, 1 | number of articles believed explicitly, since to ~those who lived 11 2, 1 | later times some were known explicitly which were not ~known explicitly 12 2, 1 | explicitly which were not ~known explicitly by those who lived before 13 2, 1 | heretics, one contains more ~explicitly what another contains implicitly.~ 14 2, 1 | to express the faith more explicitly against the errors ~which 15 2, 2 | believe certain things ~explicitly?~(6) Whether all are equally 16 2, 2 | believe in the Trinity ~explicitly?~(9) Whether the act of 17 2, 2 | bound to believe anything explicitly?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 18 2, 2 | bound to believe anything ~explicitly. For no man is bound to 19 2, 2 | power to believe a thing explicitly, for it is written (Rm. ~ 20 2, 2 | bound to believe anything explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 21 2, 2 | bound to believe anything explicitly, and it is ~enough if he 22 2, 2 | without his believing anything explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 23 2, 2 | not bound to believe them explicitly, but only ~implicitly, or 24 2, 2 | bound to believe such things explicitly, when it is clear to him 25 2, 2 | things should be believed explicitly. Therefore ~all are equally 26 2, 2 | bound to believe ~everything explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[6] 27 2, 2 | and to believe them more explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[6] 28 2, 2 | others, are bound to believe explicitly more things ~than others 29 2, 2 | that they should ~believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ?~ 30 2, 2 | that they should believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ. 31 2, 2 | is ~not bound to believe explicitly what the angels are ignorant 32 2, 2 | were not bound to ~believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ' 33 2, 2 | known the mystery of ~Christ explicitly, since he asked Christ ( 34 2, 2 | salvation of all to believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ. ~ 35 2, 2 | state of sin, man believed, explicitly in Christ's ~Incarnation, 36 2, 2 | after sin, man believed explicitly in Christ, not only as to 37 2, 2 | was known by the learned ~explicitly, while the simple folk, 38 2, 2 | believe them more or less ~explicitly according to each one's 39 2, 2 | was he bound to believe explicitly, before its fulfilment, 40 2, 2 | did not believe in ~Him explicitly, they did, nevertheless, 41 2, 2 | for salvation to believe explicitly in the ~Trinity?~Aquin.: 42 2, 2 | for salvation to believe ~explicitly in the Trinity. For the 43 2, 2 | not necessary to believe explicitly in the Trinity.~Aquin.: 44 2, 2 | Trinity was not believed ~explicitly.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 45 2, 2 | we are bound to believe explicitly of God is ~the object of 46 2, 2 | not necessary to believe ~explicitly in the Trinity.~Aquin.: 47 2, 2 | is impossible to believe explicitly in the mystery of ~Christ, 48 2, 2 | of Christ ~was believed explicitly by the learned, but implicitly 49 2, 5 | be ~received more or less explicitly; and in this respect one 50 2, 5 | respect one man can believe ~explicitly more things than another, 51 2, 5 | and yet he who does not explicitly believe ~all, while he is 52 2, 6 | that man believe anything explicitly. The second thing requisite ~ 53 2, 20 | admiration. Hence Gregory states ~explicitly that presumption of novelties 54 2, 42 | each precept ~to be given explicitly, for the reason given above.~~ 55 2, 73 | a hypocrite, derides God explicitly, but implicitly, in so ~ 56 2, 83 | Though all do not know explicitly the power of the ~sacrifices, 57 2, 86 | the Decretal quoted says ~explicitly that "not even the Sovereign 58 2, 95 | this is ~sometimes done explicitly, as when anyone intends, 59 2, 95 | Hence a man tempts God ~explicitly in his prayers when he asks 60 2, 95 | or will. He tempts God ~explicitly by deeds when he intends, 61 2, 172 | promises were made most explicitly to ~Abraham, so at the outset 62 2, 185 | business; and this is most explicitly prescribed by the ~apostolic 63 2, 185 | Augustine is speaking there explicitly of those who beg ~from motives 64 3, 30 | Virgin did indeed believe explicitly in the ~future Incarnation; 65 3, 30 | Reply OBJ 2: Ambrose says explicitly on Lk. 1:34, that the Blessed ~ 66 3, 69 | has Baptism of desire, ~explicitly or implicitly; and yet when 67 3, 84 | passage referred to, but ~explicitly Serm. xv de verb Apost.]), " 68 3, 88 | Our Lord teaches ~most explicitly in the Gospel that sins 69 Suppl, 6 | although we do not read it explicitly, yet it was somewhat ~foreshadowed 70 Suppl, 9 | the ~penitent declare it explicitly, and confess the others 71 Suppl, 29| Further, the Master says explicitly (Sent. iv, D, 23) that it 72 Suppl, 48| intercourse implicitly and not explicitly. For carnal intercourse ~ 73 Suppl, 48| that consent is not given ~explicitly to carnal intercourse; and 74 Suppl, 64| demanded in two ways. First, explicitly, ~as when they ask one another 75 Suppl, 64| does not ~ask for the debt explicitly in words, the husband is 76 Suppl, 66| synagogue are ~mentioned explicitly: so that she was not as 77 Suppl, 77| whatever is shown forth ~explicitly in the product of art is 78 Suppl, 88| creature groaneth," ~etc. says explicitly that "all the elements labor 79 Appen1, 2| Moreover, Dionysius says explicitly ~that the good angels sometimes


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