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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lifeless

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | distinguish ~living from lifeless things, by comparing them 2 1, 116 | one of ~the members become lifeless, it does not obey the soul 3 2, 4 | living [formata] faith and lifeless [informis] faith are one ~ 4 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether lifeless faith can become living, 5 2, 4 | living, or living faith, lifeless?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 6 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that lifeless faith does not become living, 7 2, 4 | living, or ~living faith lifeless. For, according to 1 Cor. 8 2, 4 | shall be done away." Now ~lifeless faith is imperfect in comparison 9 2, 4 | when living faith comes, lifeless faith is done away, so that 10 2, 4 | become a living thing. Now ~lifeless faith is dead, according 11 2, 4 | works is ~dead." Therefore lifeless faith cannot become living.~ 12 2, 4 | hitherto ~had the habit of lifeless faith, it causes another 13 2, 4 | living, and at another, lifeless.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[4] 14 2, 4 | Therefore faith which ~was lifeless and without form hitherto, 15 2, 4 | have said that living ~and lifeless faith are distinct habits, 16 2, 4 | when living faith comes, ~lifeless faith is done away, and 17 2, 4 | living faith, a new habit of lifeless faith is ~infused into him 18 2, 4 | have said ~that living and lifeless faith are indeed distinct 19 2, 4 | faith comes the habit of lifeless faith is not ~taken away, 20 2, 4 | unreasonable that the habit of ~lifeless faith should remain inactive 21 2, 4 | differently that living and lifeless faith are ~one and the same 22 2, 4 | distinction of living from lifeless faith is in respect of ~ 23 2, 4 | intellect. Therefore living and lifeless ~faith are not distinct 24 2, 4 | stated above. Therefore ~lifeless faith itself becomes living.~ 25 2, 4 | When living faith becomes lifeless, faith is not changed, ~ 26 2, 4 | OBJ 3: Further, living and lifeless faith are the same species, 27 2, 4 | stated above (A[4]). Now lifeless faith is not a virtue, since 28 2, 4 | 2/2~On the other hand, lifeless faith is not a virtue, because, 29 2, 4 | because, though the ~act of lifeless faith is duly perfect on 30 2, 4 | Reply OBJ 3: Living and lifeless faith do not differ specifically, 31 2, 4 | the same species. Hence lifeless faith, being imperfect, ~ 32 2, 4 | the gratuitous ~graces is lifeless faith. But this is said 33 2, 4 | to ~another" that. Now lifeless faith is common to all members 34 2, 4 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, not lifeless but living faith is the 35 2, 5 | even when that faith is ~lifeless. Consequently the faith 36 2, 5 | article of faith, can have lifeless ~faith in the other articles?~ 37 2, 5 | article of ~faith, can have lifeless faith in the other articles. 38 2, 5 | faith without the gift of lifeless faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 39 2, 5 | that, Neither living nor lifeless faith remains in a heretic ~ 40 2, 6 | man by God?~(2) Whether lifeless faith is a gift of God?~ 41 2, 6 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether lifeless faith is a gift of God?~ 42 2, 6 | OBJ 1: It would seem that lifeless faith is not a gift of God. 43 2, 6 | of God are perfect." Now lifeless ~faith is something imperfect. 44 2, 6 | so too is faith called lifeless [informis] when it lacks ~ 45 2, 6 | 2). Therefore neither is lifeless faith ~from God.~Aquin.: 46 2, 6 | of God: and consequently ~lifeless faith is not from God.~Aquin.: 47 2, 6 | gift of God." Now this is lifeless faith. Therefore lifeless ~ 48 2, 6 | lifeless faith. Therefore lifeless ~faith is a gift of God.~ 49 2, 6 | since faith is said to be lifeless through lack of an extrinsic 50 2, 6 | Consequently the cause of lifeless faith is ~that which is 51 2, 6 | follows, therefore, that lifeless faith is a gift ~of God.~ 52 2, 6 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Lifeless faith, though it is not 53 2, 6 | is a false faith; and as lifeless faith is from God, ~so too, 54 2, 7 | fear, viz. servile fear, lifeless faith is the cause, while 55 2, 7 | seen in those who have lifeless faith. Therefore faith does 56 2, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Even lifeless faith excludes a certain 57 2, 17 | or dead, so is hope. But ~lifeless faith can be in the devils 58 2, 17 | Therefore it seems that ~lifeless hope also can be in the 59 2, 17 | Hence it is possible for lifeless faith to be in the damned, 60 2, 18 | lifelessness to the species of lifeless faith. For ~the species 61 2, 18 | apparently as ~living faith is to lifeless faith, since the one is 62 2, 18 | not. Now living faith and lifeless faith are ~substantially 63 2, 18 | Reply OBJ 1: Living and lifeless faith differ, not as regards 64 2, 23 | fact they remain though lifeless. Therefore charity ~can 65 2, 23 | that charity cannot remain ~lifeless, since it is itself the 66 2, 81 | instanced in those who have lifeless faith. ~Therefore prayer 67 3, 8 | i.e. to believe, as if a ~lifeless limb were moved by a man 68 3, 49 | cleansed from sin is not "lifeless faith," which can ~exist 69 3, 64 | for a man to ~work with a lifeless instrument, and separated 70 3, 64 | both by wicked men as ~lifeless instruments, and by good 71 Suppl, 1 | sorrow that was previously lifeless, while guilt remained, ~ 72 Suppl, 1 | become contrition, even as lifeless faith becomes ~living faith. 73 Suppl, 1 | although the ~habit of lifeless faith becomes living, yet 74 Suppl, 1 | yet never does an act of lifeless ~faith become an act of 75 Suppl, 1 | living faith, because the lifeless act passes away ~and remains 76 Suppl, 1 | regard the will cannot be lifeless, since they ~result from 77 Suppl, 1 | But the sorrow which ~was lifeless, does not remain when charity 78 Suppl, 14| wherefore it does not become a lifeless deed as satisfaction does, ~


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