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79 brightness
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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belief

   Part, Question
1 1, 36 | contained implicitly in the belief that the ~Holy Ghost proceeds 2 1, 68 | Body Para. 4/8~But the belief that the firmament was made, 3 1, 68 | less compatible with the belief that the substance of the ~ 4 1, 70 | of the Church. It was the belief ~of Origen (Peri Archon 5 1, 70 | opinion when ~he expresses his belief that all corporeal things 6 1, 69 | Body Para. 4/8~But the belief that the firmament was made, 7 1, 69 | less compatible with the belief that the substance of the ~ 8 1, 71 | of the Church. It was the belief ~of Origen (Peri Archon 9 1, 71 | opinion when ~he expresses his belief that all corporeal things 10 1, 93 | but without the assent of belief - or it may mean a ~firm 11 1, 93 | or it may mean a ~firm belief. Thus before sin Adam could 12 1, 93 | surmise without assent of belief. This opinion was held with 13 1, 100 | Q[99], A[1]), as regards belief in ~matters which are above 14 1, 102 | contrary, We confess our belief in one God and one Lord, ~ 15 1, 107 | terms he can have opinion or belief about the ~conclusion, but 16 2, 40 | will get it; and from ~this belief which precedes in the cognitive 17 2, 74 | this is proposed to our belief in accordance with the Divine 18 2, 102 | in the minds of men their belief in the unity of the ~Godhead, 19 2, 102 | that ~man might profess his belief in one God. And because 20 2, 105 | observed, to ~testify the belief in the newness of the world, 21 2, 107 | Testament as a matter ~of belief, but implicitly, under a 22 2, 108 | Old ~Law; for instance, belief in the Trinity. Therefore 23 2, 1 | object of science and of ~belief for the same person. It 24 2, 1 | exacting ~[arctans] our belief." Now belief is a voluntary 25 2, 1 | arctans] our belief." Now belief is a voluntary act, since, 26 2, 1 | things are proposed to our belief are in themselves of ~faith, 27 2, 1 | Writ are proposed to our belief, ~not chiefly on their own 28 2, 1 | necessity of coercion, since belief is a voluntary act, yet ~ 29 2, 1 | happiness consists; while belief in ~His providence includes 30 2, 1 | Redemption of mankind includes belief in the ~Incarnation of Christ, 31 2, 1 | faith as to an object of belief for all, as stated above ( 32 2, 1 | things are proposed ~to our belief: first, the unity of the 33 2, 1 | Writ, to be proposed to the belief of all. This ~indeed was 34 2, 2 | one side, in which respect belief has something in common 35 2, 2 | nothing is ~proposed to our belief, except in as much as it 36 2, 2 | understanding are not an ~object of belief. Therefore it is not necessary 37 2, 2 | equally proposed to our belief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[5] 38 2, 2 | must be saved." ~Therefore belief of some kind in the mystery 39 2, 2 | for all persons, but this belief differed ~according to differences 40 2, 2 | had clearly professed his ~belief therein, saying: "I saw, 41 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, belief is a mean between opinion 42 2, 2 | hand is opinion. Therefore belief is not meritorious.~Aquin.: 43 2, 2 | sufficient ~motive for his belief, this does not seem to imply 44 2, 4 | they remove obstacles to belief. Thus ~fortitude removes 45 2, 5 | deserves no praise for their belief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[5] A[2] 46 2, 5 | proposed as the matter of our belief are many and can be ~received 47 2, 6 | him. Now man attains to belief, both by seeing ~miracles, 48 2, 8 | things proposed to faith for belief, two ~things are requisite 49 2, 9 | be had about matters of belief. One ~is the knowledge of 50 2, 9 | knowledge about matters ~of belief, whereby one knows not only 51 2, 10 | contains many points of ~belief. Therefore the object of 52 2, 10 | important in ~faith, is belief in the unity of God, from 53 2, 10 | heretics, who ~confess their belief in the Gospel, and resist 54 2, 15 | something of faith, ~namely belief in one God, when He said: " 55 2, 15 | commanded something, namely, belief in the Incarnation whereby 56 2, 19 | other mortal sins, without belief.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[20] A[ 57 2, 81 | in order to ~indicate our belief in the resurrection, according 58 2, 87 | namely, some man's lack of belief in ~another man. Wherefore 59 2, 92 | signification, in order that ~belief in the excellence of angels 60 2, 92 | heretics, who confess their belief in one God and ~worship 61 2, 122 | includes not only inward belief, but also outward ~profession, 62 3, 2 | united to Him; and thus belief in the Incarnation is ~altogether 63 3, 7 | from the beginning of his belief, by ~the same grace whereby 64 3, 14 | Secondly, in order to cause belief in the Incarnation. For ~ 65 3, 16 | the truth of the Catholic belief, that the true Divine ~Nature 66 3, 26 | at that time towards ~a belief in the Immaculate Conception. [* 67 3, 29 | virginity. Thus Ambrose says: "Belief ~in Mary's words is strengthened, 68 3, 29 | to be more hidden, that belief in them might have greater 69 3, 43 | as not to prejudice our belief in the reality of His ~flesh.~ 70 3, 52 | convert ~unbelievers unto belief, but to put them to shame 71 3, 53 | in the faith, since our belief in Christ's ~Godhead is 72 3, 55 | who were well disposed to belief, while He appeared in another 73 3, 55 | knowledge what is proposed for ~belief: and this is demonstrative 74 3, 55 | God was the object of His belief. But his is the more perfect ~ 75 3, 55 | not require such helps for belief. Hence, to put to shame ~ 76 Suppl, 29| greater difficulty to ~our belief, while he reserved some 77 Suppl, 71| spiritually inasmuch as our belief in the resurrection is confirmed ~ 78 Suppl, 71| in order to ~confirm the belief in the resurrection, as 79 Appen2, 1| of truth, and this is our belief; this the ~universal Church


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