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accelerated 4
acceleration 1
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acceptance 20
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79 belief
79 binds
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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accept

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | anything, it is ~necessary to accept as a middle term the meaning 2 1, 58 | together, as if we were to accept as the ~definition of some 3 1, 64 | according to ~which they can accept what is manifested by others: 4 1, 59 | together, as if we were to accept as the ~definition of some 5 1, 65 | according to ~which they can accept what is manifested by others: 6 1, 82 | that the appetite should ~accept the judgment of counsel. 7 2, 87 | from man, unless his will ~accept the order of Divine justice, 8 2, 105 | they were forbidden ~to accept presents, as is clearly 9 2, 105 | by forbidding judges to ~accept bribes (Ex. 23:8; Dt. 16: 10 2, 108 | since they were empowered to accept ~their livelihood from those 11 2, 113 | He moves the free-will to accept the gift of grace, in such 12 2, 1 | it is not difficult to accept the others; ~wherefore all 13 2, 2 | is necessary for man to accept by faith not only ~things 14 2, 10 | heretics; since they do not accept the ~faith at all. Therefore 15 2, 41 | spiritual things did not accept a temporal stipend lest 16 2, 58 | the person who ~ought to accept it. Therefore again justice 17 2, 58 | there is no obligation to accept ~it, and each one is free 18 2, 61 | 18:5): "It is not good to accept ~the person in judgment [* 19 2, 61 | Vulg.: 'It is not good to accept the person of ~the wicked, 20 2, 62 | Ecclesiastical prelates accept the office of earthly ~princes, 21 2, 69 | 4) Whether he sins if he accept a fee for defending a suit?~ 22 2, 69 | and so he may lawfully accept fee from ~the party he assists.~ 23 2, 76 | to be in itself sinful to accept a ~price for doing what 24 2, 76 | lawful ~for him sometimes to accept a price for lending it.~ 25 2, 76 | vessel. But it is lawful to accept a price for the ~loan of 26 2, 76 | Therefore it is also lawful to accept a price ~for the loan of 27 2, 76 | Further, anyone may lawfully accept a thing which its owner ~ 28 2, 76 | is not bound to lend, may accept repayment for ~what he has 29 2, 76 | Now it is lawful to accept service or praise ~from 30 2, 76 | manner it is ~lawful to accept any other kind of remuneration.~ 31 2, 76 | loan. But it is lawful to accept money for money given. Therefore ~ 32 2, 76 | Therefore ~it is lawful to accept repayment by loan in return 33 2, 76 | OBJ 6: Further, a man may accept a pledge for money lent, 34 2, 76 | lending the money, one could accept a ~gratuity, nor is one 35 2, 84 | altar, ~and then they can accept oblations that are freely 36 2, 84 | belong to them, and they can accept oblations, having a ~right 37 2, 84 | seem to favor sin if she accept ~oblations from the profits 38 2, 85 | Nevertheless the Church must not accept the tithe so long as those ~ 39 2, 86 | his decision whether he accept what you promise. Again 40 2, 87 | cleric, or that he would not ~accept a prelacy, supposing it 41 2, 87 | be expedient for him to accept, or ~in similar cases. For 42 2, 96 | Scriptures that we must not accept oaths from others." Hence 43 2, 96 | Consequently ~it is lawful to accept the oath of one who is ready 44 2, 98 | Whether it is lawful to accept money for the sacraments?~( 45 2, 98 | Whether it is lawful to accept money for spiritual actions?~( 46 2, 98 | Therefore, were ~he to accept money from the income of 47 2, 98 | Therefore, if he were to ~accept anything for the exercise 48 2, 98 | the ~monastery is free, to accept something for the support 49 2, 98 | religious, if Ephron intended to accept the price as payment for 50 2, 98 | deemed that he could not accept it ~gratis without prejudice 51 2, 98 | same Church, but ~not to accept a prelacy.~ 52 2, 117 | lest they be driven to accept from ~others: whereas the 53 2, 117 | since he is unwilling to ~accept from others lest he be forced 54 2, 161 | for they were persuaded to accept a ~falsehood as being true; 55 2, 182 | arch-deaconry or parish, and accept a simple prebend without ~ 56 2, 183 | easy to find a person to accept this ~burden, especially 57 2, 183 | obstinately refuses ~to accept the office when it is imposed 58 2, 183 | enjoined him, he ought not to accept it.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] 59 2, 183 | some take a vow never to accept a ~bishopric. Now to place 60 2, 183 | requires your service, neither accept with greedy conceit, nor ~ 61 2, 183 | is ~unlawful for him to accept a prelacy. But this obstacle 62 2, 183 | necessary for salvation to accept the ~episcopal office, but 63 2, 183 | a man take a vow not to ~accept the bishop's office, and 64 2, 183 | bind himself not even ~to accept it in obedience to his superior 65 2, 183 | episcopal office, nor to accept it except under urgent necessity, 66 2, 185 | to say that a person may accept an alms of some great property 67 2, 185 | increase one's wealth, or to ~accept a livelihood from another 68 2, 185 | gospeler to understand that to accept necessaries from those among ~ 69 2, 186 | signified that he should accept ~the possessions offered 70 2, 186 | OBJ 4: Isaac refused to accept the offer of possessions, 71 2, 186 | related that he refused to accept such things as are ~commonly 72 3, 49 | up against me, let Him ~accept of sacrifice." And in like 73 3, 55 | admonished by many proofs to accept the faith in His ~Resurrection 74 3, 55 | were not disposed so as to ~accept readily the faith in the 75 3, 58 | says (De Symb. i): "If we accept it in ~a carnal sense that 76 Suppl, 47| spiritual marriage, namely to accept a ~bishopric. Therefore 77 Suppl, 47| cannot command a man to accept a ~bishopric, because consent 78 Suppl, 47| man can be ~compelled to accept the government of a church, 79 Suppl, 47| purpose are ~unwilling to accept unless they be compelled.


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