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believe 489
believed 185
believer 78
believers 46
believes 51
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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believer

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | proceed from the vision of the believer, but from the ~vision of 2 1, 110 | believed be ~proposed to the believer; which is accomplished by 3 2, 67 | the subject, viz. that the believer sees not ~what he believes: 4 2, 68 | able both to instruct ~the believer and confound the unbeliever. 5 2, 73 | would be in the case of a believer, ~who, seemingly, sins more 6 2, 89 | is not less grievous in a believer than in an unbeliever, but 7 2, 100 | a man, ~especially for a believer, to understand that, of 8 2, 1 | Secondly, on the part of the believer, and in this respect the 9 2, 1 | so ~far as the act of the believer is terminated in them, as 10 2, 1 | them. Now the act of the believer does not ~terminate in a 11 2, 1 | For it is possible for a believer to have a false opinion 12 2, 1 | OBJ 4: The faith of the believer is not directed to such 13 2, 1 | way they are seen by the ~believer. For he would not believe 14 2, 2 | Hence ~it is proper to the believer to think with assent: so 15 2, 2 | 3: The intellect of the believer is determined to one object, ~ 16 2, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The believer has sufficient motive for 17 2, 2 | relation to the will of the believer. ~First, as preceding the 18 2, 2 | consequent to the will of the ~believer. For when a man's will is 19 2, 4 | wit, the intellect of the believer is convinced by Divine ~ 20 2, 4 | solid foundation of the believer, ~establishing him in the 21 2, 4 | that "faith resides in the ~believer's will." Now the will is 22 2, 4 | described as depending on the believer's will, in so far as his 23 2, 4 | has no less effect in a ~believer than in an unbeliever. Now 24 2, 4 | Therefore when it comes to a believer, who hitherto ~had the habit 25 2, 4 | effective when it comes to a believer than when it comes to ~an 26 2, 4 | that the intellect of the ~believer is moved, out of obedience 27 2, 4 | their objects; whereas the believer may sometimes suffer a movement 28 2, 5 | that "faith depends on the believer's will": and ~this is a 29 2, 5 | A[4]; Q[2], A[1]), the believer's ~intellect assents to 30 2, 6 | But "faith depends on the believer's will," according to Augustine ~( 31 2, 6 | faith is the assent of the believer to the things which are 32 2, 6 | depend on the will of the believer: ~but man's will needs to 33 2, 9 | temporal in the mind of the believer. Hence to know ~what one 34 2, 10 | adultery, committed by ~a believer, and by an unbeliever, the 35 2, 10 | and by an unbeliever, the believer, other things being equal, ~ 36 2, 10 | of his master who ~is a believer, than if the case were the 37 2, 10 | Now, in such matters, a believer can be subject to an ~unbeliever, 38 2, 32 | further away ~from Him than a believer, who though he hate God, 39 2, 176 | be dead, as regards the ~believer, who lives not, by faith, 40 2, 184 | says (Heb. 10:29) that ~the believer "deserveth worse punishments" 41 3, 63 | 3: Further, just as the believer is distinguished from the ~ 42 3, 68 | will on the part of the believer, as Augustine says ~(Super 43 3, 69 | depends on the will ~of the believer": and in like manner charity 44 3, 69 | The little child is made a believer, not as yet by ~that faith 45 3, 69 | depends on the will of the believer, but by the ~sacrament of 46 3, 71 | preacher, or even by any believer. Another is that ~by which 47 3, 80 | more grievously than the ~believer who is in sin; and shows 48 3, 80 | sacrament in itself. But the believer who receives the ~sacrament 49 Suppl, 59| of inquiry:~(1) Whether a believer can marry an unbeliever?~( 50 Suppl, 59| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a believer can marry an unbeliever?~ 51 Suppl, 59| 1: It would seem that a believer can marry an unbeliever. 52 Suppl, 59| unbeliever and ~the other a believer. Therefore disparity of 53 Suppl, 59| could be marriage between a believer and ~an unbeliever, as evidenced 54 Suppl, 59| be a ~betrothal between a believer and an unbeliever in the 55 Suppl, 59| if such a person marry a believer, it is ~nevertheless a valid 56 Suppl, 59| 1). ~Consequently if a believer marry a baptized heretic, 57 Suppl, 59| were to marry a baptized ~believer, the marriage would not 58 Suppl, 59| disparity of worship between believer ~and unbeliever, so can 59 Suppl, 59| same precautions. Now a ~believer is forbidden to marry an 60 Suppl, 59| faith. Since then if the believer remain with the ~unbeliever 61 Suppl, 59| faith, it would seem that a believer, after being ~converted, 62 Suppl, 59| can. ~Judaei). Therefore a believer is bound to put away a wife 63 Suppl, 59| away. In like manner ~the believer after his conversion may 64 Suppl, 59| was not safe then for a believer to cohabit ~with an unbelieving 65 Suppl, 59| Consequently, then, the believer could, after ~his conversion, 66 Suppl, 59| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a believer can, after his conversion, 67 Suppl, 59| 1: It would seem that a believer, after his conversion, cannot 68 Suppl, 59| alike, neither can ~the believer put aside the unbeliever, 69 Suppl, 59| unfitting between unbeliever and believer as ~appears from 2 Cor. 70 Suppl, 59| it should be given to the believer ~notwithstanding that it 71 Suppl, 59| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the believer who leaves his unbelieving 72 Suppl, 59| It would seem that the believer who leaves his unbelieving 73 Suppl, 59| marry another. Therefore a believer who ~leaves his unbelieving 74 Suppl, 59| other to unbelief - the believer is free to part from ~the 75 Suppl, 59| 1~Reply OBJ 3: After the believer has married, the marriage 76 Suppl, 65| third, inasmuch as he is a believer. Accordingly plurality ~ 77 Suppl, 71| much ~more shouldst thou, a believer, send forth a believer together 78 Suppl, 71| a believer, send forth a believer together with what ~has


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